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board message, SETs, dels, nap quad, night cramming for finals

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exkoe^ Dean: Winifred E. Brownell

Undergraduate Majors African and African-American Studies Italian

Anthropology

Journalism

Art

Biological Sciences Chemistry Chemistry and Chemical Oceanography Classical Studies Communication Studies

Comparative

Latin-American Studies

Linguistics Mathematics

Military Science

(Army ROTC) Modern and Classical

Languages and

Literature

Literatures

Studies

Computer Science

Music

French

Philosophy Physics Physics and Physical Oceanography

German

Political Science

History

Portuguese

Economics

English Film and Screen Studies

Psychology Public Relations

Chafee Social Science Center Russian 10 Chafee

Kingston,

Rd, Suite 1 RI 02881

(401)874 2566

Sociology Spanish Staistical Science

Theatre Women's Studies

Writing

Danielle M.

Abbey

North Scituate, RI

Psychology

Courtney

Cranston,

RI

Communication Studies

L. Adham

Wakefield,

Latishia L. Abdel Latif

RI

Megan

M. Ahearn

Warwick,

NY

Kelly C.

Adams

Stonington,

CT

Communication Studies

Courtney

B. Anderson

Bristol,

RI

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Journalism

Rosa E. Arias

Lauren A. Arluna

Anthony J. Axtmann Wilbraham, MA

hJ

Providence,

RI

West

aidwell, NJ

Psychology

Communication Studies

Economics

Melissa A. Banks

Nicholas C. Barbera

Lizanne M. Barnaba

Simsbury,

C\

Theater

Worcester, MA

Waldwick, NJ

Music Performance

Communication Studies

Seniors B

Irma A. Barrios

Providence,

English

&,

RI

Psychology

Frank J.

Bevacqua Stratford, CT

Psychology

Margie

A. Boltzer

Greenfield Center, NY Communication Studies

Nicole E.

Art Studio

English

Lindsay M.

Branca

Cranston, RI

English

Barry

Hopkinton, NH Psychology

Borgess Ramsey, NJ

Travis J.

14 Seniors

Heather M.

Bradley

Portsmouth,

RI

& French

Nicole S. Brand

Tappan,

NY

Communication Studies

Dawn M.

North

Beagan Kingstown, RI

Theater

Brian C. Booth West

Greenwich,

RI

Communication Studies

Kathryn

D.

Bramley

South Windsor, CT

Psychology &. Sociology

Scott A.

Brequet

Smithfield,

History

RI

Ashley L Brummett Westerly, RI

Scott T Burns

Art Studio

Communication Studies

Coventry

Kristen A. Cinelli

RI

Clark

Sally M.

Qmbrola

Warwick,

Biological

RI

Science

Hanover, MA

Julia E. Collins Jamesport, NY

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Psychology

Kelly A. Connolly

Monique Conway

Southbury,

Huntington,

Philip S.

CT

NY

Providence,

Communication Studies

RI

English

Casey E. Cordy Kingstown, RI Sociology

North

'Vsl

Stephanie East

R. Costa

David E. Counts

Peacedale,

Providence, RI

Psychology

Art &.

RI

Computer Science

Meghan

E. Crehan

Plainfield, NJ Communication Studies

Seniors 15

Robert P Crowell, Jr

Johnston, RI Journalism

Lori B.

Cummiskey Rockaway NJ

Hopewell Junction,

NY

Communication Studies

Craig A.

Currier

Darien, CT

Communication Studies

Journalism

Donald J. Dallaire

Qitlin C. Daniels

Warren, RI Theater

James

M.

Dayton

Ridgefield, 16 Seniors

Matthew L. Cubeta

CT

Communication Studies

Nashua,

NH

West

Delligan

Hartford,

English

Woonsocket,

RI

Theater

Meredith L.

Daley Glastonbury, CT Elementary Education &. Psychology

Allison R. Davis North Setauket, NY

Communication Studies

Melissa M.

Patrick J. Cullen II

CT

History

Elizabeth J. Del Monte

Chicopee, MA Spanish

Daniel

Deloge

Kaitlin R. DeLucia

Criswold, CT

Marshfield,

Biology

MA

Psychology &. Women's Studies

Amanda L. DeTommaso

Jessica

E. Deutsch

Glen Head, NY

Flemington, NJ Communication Studies

Psychology

Mathew J. Dias

Nicole L. DiMartino

Smithfield,

Pamona, NY

RI

Communication Studies

Mathematics

Scott R.

Sarah E. Donna

Katonah, NY Cornr

ication Studies &.

Spanish

Donnelly

Dawn L. DeSilva

North Providence, RI Communication Studies

Amadou T Diallo

Woonsocket,

Computer

RI

Science

Melanie L. DiStefano

Warwick,

RI

Psychology

Heather A.

Elsinger

Tiverton, RI

New Britain, CT

Communication Studies

Psychology

seniors 17

Sarah A. Emmett

Cumbedand, Journalism

Danielle O. Fazio

RI

Narragansett, Art Studio

Devon E. Reid

Communication Studies &.

Flanagan Ipswich, MA

Spanish

Kristen L. Furbes

Philosophy,

Political Science &.

Saikon T Gbehan

Providence, 18 Seniors

RI

Psychology

Spanish

Kimberly A.

Fortes

Newport,

RI

Communication Studies

Public Relations

Lauren M. Gaita

Stephanie Gallina

Pleasantville,

RI

Elizabeth Feuer Williston Park, NY

Psychology

Alexis B.

Long Valley NJ

Warwick,

RI

NY

Communication Studies

Natalie J. West

Gengaro Long Branch, NJ

Communication Studies

Rochelle Park, NJ Communication Studies

Kara K. Gilbert

Essex, CT GDmmunication Studies

Bridge water, NJ

Jessica R. Goldstein Hamilton, NJ

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Stephanie A. Glorioso Roslyn, NY

Jordan

Communication Studies

Ryan

S. Goldson

Karen Greco

M. Grant

Pleasantville,

Hillsborough, NJ

NY

Communication Studies

Economics &. General Business

Meeghan

M.

Harrington

Wakefield,

RI

Political Science

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^i'l Kate A. Hildebrand

Cranston, RI

Jillian E. Harte Kingston, RI

Communication Studies &. Political Science

Economics

Political Science

Lorissa L. Harris

Allison B. Hirst

Salt Point, NY

Psychology

Son B.

Hoang

Nashua,

NH

Journalism

Maplewood, NJ

Mark W Horstmann Green

Pond, NJ

Communication Studies &,

English

Jamie

E. M. Hull

Coventry

Thomas Izzo

RI

Public Relations

Amanda M. Juriansz

Coventry

RI

Communication Studies &.

English

Deirdre M.

Kelly Maplewood, NJ

Communication Studies

20 Seniors

Sara

A.Jacobs

Communication Studies

Medway MA History

Franklin L. Justice

Letitia T Kane

Blue Ball, PA Political Science

Communication Studies &. French

Johnston,

RI

Bronwyn Kenny Jamestown,

Biological

RI

Science

Lauren L. Krikorian

Lauren R. Kukafka

Bloomingdale, NJ Psychology

Woodcliff Lake, NJ Communication Studies

Malvern,

Benjamin New

PA

A. Kent

Rochelle,

NY

Communication Studies

Sarah K. Kundel

Glenmont,

NY

Anthropology

Andrew D. L. Kurowski North

Applied

Kingstown,

Mathematics &.

Amy

RI

Spanish

N. Lammers

Amherst,

NH

Kate A.

Laberge Chepachet, RI

Communication Studies

Melissa A.

Ledwidge

Pocasset, MA

Public Relations

English

Tracy S. Leiken

Courtney S. Lindberg

East

Setauket,

NY

Bellingham,

Patrick J.

Lacey Jr

Monmouth Beach, NJ Communication Studies

Mitchell R. Leibowitz

Hauppauge,

NY

Communication Studies

WA

Blair E.

Lustig

Natick,

MA

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Art Studio

Christopher J. Mahoney Arlington, MA

Leslie A. Marchand RI

Narya W Marcille Wakefield, RI

Science

Art Studio

History

Coventry

Biological

Seniors 21

Jaclyn G. Marfuggi Manalapan, NJ

Rachael L. Markovitz

Theater

Public Relations

Daniel J. Martin

Saratoga Springs,

Elizabeth A. McDevitt

RI

RI

History

Brian A. McDonald

Shrewsbury,

Cranston, RI

English

Bronx, NY Communication Studies &.

K. Marrocco

MA

Jessica

L. Mauro

South Berwick, ME Communication Studies

Kristen E. McDonnell

Lumberville,

PA

English

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

C.

Courtney L. McKenna Hope, RI

KerryJ. McVey Wakefield, RI

Communication Studies &. French

Communication Studies

Jonathan

McHugh

Andover, 22 Seniors

Kingstown,

ChristinaJ. Mastrangelo NY

Art &. Art Studio

Warwick,

North

Jillian

MA

Economics

Jessica M. Medina Providence, RI

East

Biological

Jihan

Science

D. Minikon

Providence,

RI

Jessie M. Melisi Billerica, MA

B.

Monaghan

Cumberland,

RI

Communication Studies

Philosophy

Kevin M. Montanaro

Noel M. Moreau

Old

Lyme,

CT

Smithfield,

R. Milano

Stamford, CT Communication Studies

Psychology

Leigh

Anthony

RI

Frank J. Mondelli West

Islip,

NY

Economics

liana B. Moskowitz

Huntingdon Valley

PA

Economics

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Nicole D. Musacchio

Meghan J. Musgnug

Elyse M. Nitzberg

Long Valley, NJ Communication Studies

Huntington

Station, NY

Art Studio

West

aidwell, NJ

Communication Studies

Seniors 23

Jason A. Nunez Providence, RI

Casey J. O'Halloran

Economics

Biology

English

RishiJ. Patel

Lori A. Pattison

Meghan

Palmieri

Cranston, RI

Journalism

Rebecca A.

Sudbury

Phillips MA

Public Relations

Heidi R.

24 Seniors

Pruzansky

Cumberland,

Lincoln,

RI

RI

Sandra I. Pais RI

Cumberland,

Cranston, RI

Communication Studies

Psychology

Lyudmila G. Polupanova

Tamare Previlon

Warwick,

Biological

RI

Science

Scott K. Pullano

Providence,

RI

Psychology

Stacey

L. Raimondi

Clifton, NJ

Cranston, RI

Niantic, CT

Communication Studies

Computer Science

Communication Studies

Candace K.

Ranglin

Providence,

RI

Political Science

Lisa M. Ricci

Johnston, Computer Science

RI

&.

Psychology

Kimberly

P Reid

Cranston,

Communication Studies

Jessica D. Ritchie Clinton, CT

Biological

Science

Caitlin A. Roseen

Laura M. Sannitti

North Scituate, RI

East Hanover,

Art

History

Tracy J. Sarasohn

Framingham,

MA

Communication Studies

NJ

Communication Studies

Justin

A. Sauder

Fair Lawn,

Nicole M. Rezendes RI

Johnston,

RI

NJ

Economics &, Political Science

Communication Studies

Charity A.

Robles

Jacksonville,

FL

Communication Studies &. Political Science

Celina E. Santana

Warwick,

RI

Theater

Christopher D.

Scardino

White Plains, NY

Computer Science

seniors 25

Derek S. Schure

Long Beach,

NY

Communication Studies

Meredith C. Sewchuk

Manville,

RI

Theresa A. Schwartz Mount

Laurel, NJ

K. Seitsinger Kingstown, RI

Alyson North

Communication Studies

Theater

David J. Shatten

Elizabeth W Shaw

Edison, NJ

Sparta, NJ

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

English

Stephanie Sledzik Chepachet, RI

Tracy S. Shefts

Jennifer Siegal

North Haven, CT Communication Studies

Newton, MA Communication Studies

Elizabeth A. Smith

Jessica R. Smith Lincroft, NJ

Kirkwood, MO

History &. Political

Science

Communication Studies

Mathematics

Stacy

L. Smith

Putnam, CT

English

Mark T

Soltys

Spencer B. Spielberg

RI

Cranston,

Brooklyn,

Political Science

Emily

R.

Communication Studies

Steinberg

PJ. Stigers Woodland Hills, CA

Greenwich, CT

English

&,

Psychology

Shauna

Angela J.

Sociology

Alexandra R. Sullivan

Sturgis

Dudley MA Journalism &. Political

Bondville, Science

ogy &. Animal and

Tibbetts

Science

Anthropology

&.

Barbara L. Stearns

Providence,

Spanish

RI

Women's Studies

Shannon

Stockbridge

Stoneham,

MA

English

Lara J.

Tepper

Plainview,

NY

Psychology

Danielle M. Tiernan

Wickford,

Foster, RI

ME

Veterinary

VT

Communication Studies

Amy V

Tetreault

Windham,

NY

RI

Communication Studies &. Sociolo

Chris B.

Trachtenberg

Livingston, NJ

Ugur Turker Narragansett, RI

Economics

Economics

Thong Vang Providence,

RI

Art Studio

Michele L.

Wajda

Graphic Design

Charles A. Williams

Providence, 28 Seniors

RI

Psychology

Jessica

L. Turnbull

Mansfield,

MA

Political Science &.

Vargas

Providence,

Language

Montclair, NJ Art Studio &.

Mariela E.

Hilary

RI

Arts Studies

N. Wallace

Spanish

Jessica L. Videira Cumberland, RI Communication Studies &.

Spanish

Newton, MA

Jesse S. Weinberg Hartsdale, NY

Psychology

Communication Studies

Elizaoetn B. Wilson

Narragansett, French

RI

Jamaal L. Wise Burtonsville, MD Communication Studies

Jenna M. Wood Warwick, RI

English

Thomas A.

Political Science

Sheena E. Zide MA

Medway, Psychology

Marisa B. Zebrowski

Zappala Amesburg, MA

Eric S. Zubee

Charlestown,

Biological

RI

Science

Bayville, Art &c

NY

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Heather L. Zwain

Township of Washington, NJ Journalism

Seniors 29

O^S^i)^ Q>f ^Smimi^ Dean: Edward Mazze

Undergraduate Majors Accounting Finance and Insurance

Financial Services General Business Administration International Business

Management Information Systems

Marketing Graduate

Majors MBA Degree Ph.D. Business

BaUentine Hall 7

Rd

Lippitt Kingston,

(401) 1

30 Seniors

md^id"^

RI 02881

874-2337

Administration MS

Accounting

Executive MBA

Jonathan

M.

Afromsky Ridgewood, NJ Marketing

Stephen

G. Baker

Vidary M. Arounlangsy Warwick,

RI

Accounting

Geoffrey M. Barge

Gregory S. Baker Hopewell Junction, NY Marketing

John

W Bellando

Cranston, RI

Rockville Centre, NY

Finance

Marketing

Finance

George W Bennett Syosset, NY

Alex PBien-Aime

Bill Blankemeier

Boston, MA

Darien, CT

Finance

Finance

Finance &. Economics

Thomas V Burdo

David P Candela

Shelton, CT Business Management

Dumont, NJ General Business Administration

Cohasset,

MA

Christopher W

Cerrito

Cranston, RI

Accounting

Seniors 31

Peter A. Civins

Kristen M.

Clougherty Peabody MA

Scotch Plains, NJ

Accounting

Finance

Scott A. Colosimo

Coopersburg, Marketing

Katelyn M. Costello Coventry RI Finance &, Marketing

PA

Jacklyn D Crugnale Southampton, NJ General Business Administration &. Textile

Scott R. Cubeta

Marketing

Joel Dargan 32

Granby, Quebec, Canada senioQ^f^^''^' Busincss Administration

Hopewell Junction, NY Marketing &: Management

Joseph West

L. Dellava

Warwick,

Marketing

RI

Anne E. Colella

Barrington, RI Marketing

Theresa L. Crawford

Farmingdale, NJ General Business Administration

Jessica R. Damato Valencia, CA Finance

Erica A. DeSimone

Monroe, CT Marketing

Shannon L. Dinneen

Monroe, CT

Marketing &,

Business

Management

Brenna M. Dussault

Smithfield, Business

RI

Management

Alex R. Ferro

Nick E. DiSantis

Hinsdale,

MA

General Business Administration

Danielle L.

Heather L. Donaldson

Cumberland,

RI

Accounting

Fagre Kingstown, RI Business Management

Bryan W Ferguson Pawtucket, RI Management

Jennifer A. Fitzgerald

Michael B. Forde

North

Pawtucket,

RI

Valhalla,

NY

Monroe, CT Accounting

International Business &. Marketing

Finance

Jennifer Frederick

Mark J. Freudenstein

Michael A. Galioto

Mansfield,

CT

Marketing

Chester,

CT

Finance

Edison, NJ

Marketing

Seniors 33

Lindsey J.

Goode

Adam J. Houston East

Greenwich,

RI

Cheshire, CT

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Scott R. Jambard

Katie A. Kaiser

Jeffrey Z. Kalapos

CT

Watertown, CT

Stratford, CT

Kensington, Accounting

Kristin M. Kehoe NY

Oswego, Management

Alisha M.

Krupski

Barrington, 34 Seniors

Meredith L. Grossman

Clifton, NJ

Marketing

RI

Management

of Information

Systems

Steven G. Kim

Plainsboro, NJ Management

Matthew J. LaNeve

Ringwood, NJ General Business Administration

Finance

Jessica M. Kindelan Charlestown, RI

Accounting

Barry W

Leo

Providence,

RI

Management

Timothy

L. Licitra

Glen Rock, NJ

Marketing

Brian C. Malachowski

Cranston, RI

Lily

Lu

Sean

Cranston, RI Marketing

Terence F Malaghan

Westerly

RI

Management

Finance

Scott E. Miller

Yuki D. Nakamura

Paramus, NJ

Montvale, NJ

Finance

International Business

Ogiba Hillsborough, NJ

Thomas E. O'Hara

International Business

Finance

Gregory

R.

Pawling,

NY

Magee

Gillette, NJ Finance

Amy

Manez

Farmingdale, Accounting

NY

&. Finance

Aaron D. Niederman

Freehold, NJ Finance &.

Management

Kristen N. Ottesen

Columbia, CT General Business Administration &.

Management

Nazik

Barbara A. Peck

Panosyan

Qanston, RI

Saunderstown,

Hamden, CT

Marketing

Valerie

Jessica A. Pieslak Setauket, NY

Popov Tappan, NY Accounting

Marketing

Jocelynn

Jay Reddy General Business Administration &. Management of Information

M.

Rego

Portsmouth,

Bridgewater, NJ Systems

M. Rotatori

Wethersfield,

Michael A. Perrelli

Finance

Accounting

Lynn

RI

CT

General Business Administration &. Music

RI

Accounting

Ryan

T Rubenstein

Manalapan, NJ Rnance

Kristin L. Provost

Pawtucket,

RI

Marketing

Ernesto

Reyes

Providence,

Management

RI

of Information

Bryan

L. Scheiner

Cherry Hills, NJ Marketing

Systems

Catherine A.

Eliza K. So

Sepe

Cranston, RI

RI

Westerly

General Business Administration

Business Administration

Mariayna C.

Sosna

Sparta, NJ

Travis J. Sousa

Warwick,

RI

Marketing

General Business Administration

Management

Joseph B. Taormina Washington Township, NJ Accounting &, English

Lorna E. Tessitore

Brandi S. Thomforde

Peter B Thornton

Adam M. Stern

Suffern,

NY

Chester, CT

Management

Gary Suarez

Arlington,

Goodhue,

VA

MN

Marketing

Duluth,

MN

General Business

seniors 37

John

P Turner

Ipswich,

MA

RI

Finance

Robert J. Yanku

Cranston, RI

Marketing

38 Seniors

RI

Management of Information Systems

Kiet Vu

Vong

Providence,

Jemina N. Varghese Wakefield, RI

Vargas

Providence,

Jeneral Business

Savann

Wilmer D.

Qanston, RI Business Administration

Stephen A. Yates Boylston, MA

West

Finance

&.

Spanish

Management

Gregory A.

Wiens

Slatersville,

RI

Accounting & Management of Information Systems

David M. Zifchock

Harrisville,

Management

RI

of Information

Systems

&^Sllib^Q>f Dean: Dr. Bahram Nassersharif

Biomedical

Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Ocean Engineering

102 Bliss Hall

Kingston,

RI

02881

(401)

874-2186 Seniors 39

Brian T Ascoli

Warwick,

RI

Computer Engineering

Richard A. CaHone

Johnston, RI Civil Engineering

Gary W

Comtois

Lincoln,

RI

Electrical & Biomedical

Engineering

Michael T Doucette

Cranston, RI

Johnston, RI Electrical Engineering

Engineering

Christopher E. Duffy Severna

O^can

Park,

MD

Engineering

William E.

Campana Feeding Hills, MA Mechanical Engineering

Thomas D. West

Joseph J. Day Mechanical

40 Seniors

Sean-Philip H. Bolduc Pawling, NY Civil Engineering

Elizete N. Fernandes North Providence, RI

Computer Engineering

Coughlin Springfield, MA

Mechanical

Engineering

Christina R. Drake

Harwich,

MA

Electrical &. Biomedical

Engineering

Ali M. Gates

Newport, Electrical

RI

Engineering

Christina E. Harris

Julie M.Jette

Lansing, Ml Industrial Engineenng

Exeter, RI

East

Russell Dix

Lancey

Hills,

Electrical

NY

Engineering

Paul A. Schofield

Warwick, Civil

RI

Engineering

Mechanical

Engineering &, French

Eric A. West

Lefurge

Long Branch, NJ

Civil

Engineering

Scott M. Sullivan

Andover, NJ Electrical

Engineering

Bradford R.

Warwick,

Lage RI

Computer Engineering

ChristopherJ. Pizza Westerly RI Biomedical Engineering

Ryan A. Tanner Kingston, RI Mechanical Engineering &. West

German

James J. Toczko Jamestown, RI Mechanical

Engineering &. German

Seniors 41

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Undergraduate Majors

Dean: Jeffrey R. Seemann

Animal Science and

Technology Aquaculture and Fishery Technology Clinical Laboratory Science and Biotechnology Manufacturing Coastal and Marine Policy Environmental Economics and

Managment Environmental Horticulture and

Turfgrass Management Environmental Plant Biology Environmental Science and

Management

Geology and Geological Oceanography Geosciences

Landscape Architecture Microbiology Nutrition and Dietetics

113 Woodvy/ard Hall

Kingston,

(401) 42 Seniors

RI 02881

874-2957

Ashley

D Abcunas

Lowell, Marine

Monique

MA

Biology

Qozet,

Wakefield,

Elizabeth, NJ

Morgan

Animal and

Biology

E. Gilmour

Willington,

Wildlife and Conservation

Sarah M.

Biology

Animal and

Higson

Veterinary

Jamie L. Cote Hubbardston, MA

H. Forcier

Orwell, Sciences

Exeter, RI

CT

Laboratory Science

Emily

RI

Veterinary

Clinical

Nutrition and Dietetics

Ian R. Feldman

Anne Farahi

Marine

MA

Marine Affairs

Biology

RI

Lincoln,

Monique A. Collins Gloucester,

VA

Rita M. Caraccia

RI

Nutrition and Dietetics

Amanda B. Chesler Marine

E. Aissis

Cumberiand,

Landscape

VT

Architecture

David M. Hudson

Portage, Science

Marine

Ml

Biology

Seniors 43

Colin T

Hynes Narragansett, RI Landscape Architecture

Tracy

Christopher WJablonski Monroe, NY Urban Horticulture and

Rebecca D Kibler

M. Jamula

Pittsfield, Marine

MA

Northfield, Coastal and Marine

Biology

Longmeadow,

P LeBeau

Cranston, RI 44 Seniors

Microbiology

Management Policy

Oreland,

MA

Coastal and Marine Management

Bryan

MA

Melinda B. Lawrence

Rosanna L. Lalli East

Turfgrass Management

Policy

PA

Nutrition and Dietetics

Courtney A. Lyman Warwick,

RI

Microbiology

Jared Jackson Athol, MA Marine Coastal and Management Policy

Jade A. Krawsek Warwick, RI Clinical

Laboratory Science

Heather A. Leba

Lancaster, PA Marine

Meghan

Biology

R. McCarron

Nazareth,

PA

Nutrition and Dietetics

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Syosset, NY and Animal Veterinary Sciences

Kristin A. Petrullo

Brooklyn,

Benjamin T Rutt Gaithersburg, MD Marine Biology

Wagner

Nanuet, NY Animal and

Veterinary

Middletown,

Katherine A. Roe MA

Animal Science and

Technology

Adam M. Strachman

Norwalk, CT Nutrition and Dietetics &. Food Science and Nutrition

Stacy J. Pelletier Brandon,

VT

Nutrition and Dietetics

Cheryl

L. Russ

Jamestown,

Landscape

RI

Architecture

Allison C. Stueben

Roselle Park, NJ Marine

Biology

Reese L. Wasson

Montgomery Sciences

RI

Microbiology

Bedford,

NY

Nutrition and Dietetics

Sarah E.

Lennie L. Patterson

Urban Horticulture and

NY

Turfgrass Management

Seniors 45

6iM^#Hii^S^BD@ Dean: W.

Lynn McKinney

106

Quinn Hall

Kingston,

(401)

J

^

Undergraduate Majors Communicative Disorders

Dental

Hygiene

Education Human

Development and Family

Services

Kinesiology Textile Marketing Textiles Fashion Merchandising and 46 Seniors

Design

RI 02881

874-2125

Sara G. Acciardo

Johnston,

Amma A. Armah

RI

Pawtucket,

Communicative Disorders

Cheryl Union

City,

Crystal Elementary

Warwick,

Stoneham, Human

Development

Wakefield,

RI

Joseph

Family

History

Elementary

Physical

Education

A. Blair

Johnston, Studies

RI

Education and Exercise Science

Julie T Brayton Foster, RI

RI

Education &.

Bauman

Early Childhood

MA

and

Education &. Mathematics

Plainview, NY

Liza Blackman

Aimee C. Bouchard

E. Blais

Education &.

Secondary

Jackie

North Providence, RI Human Development and Family Studies

CA

Jennifer L. Beck Narragansett, RI Development and Family Studies

West

Development and Family Studies

Danielle M. Barron

L. Barnes

Exercise Science

Human

Human

Hope E. Aswell Newport, RI

RI

Psychology

Communicative Disorders

seniors 47

Teresa G. Carvalho New

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Physical

Jonathan

Fairfield, CT

P Chapman

Califon, NJ

Secondary

Education &. Mathematics

John Davia,Jr

Ashlee A. DeSimone

Cranston, RI

Providence, Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Education and Exercise Science

Georgia K. Drought Coventry, RI Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Maura K. Curran

Warren, RI

RI

Katie D EhHich

Asbury NJ Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Communicative Disorders

DaHene L Dorion

Pawtucket,

Elementary

RI

Education &.

English

Alyssa N. Eisler New City, NY Textiles, Fashion

Merchandising and Design

Christiana M. Foster

Chelmsford,

MA Early Ch'Idhood Education &. Human Development and Family Services

Derek A. Gallo

Qanston,

Narragansett, Development and Family Studies

Lauren D. Heinle

Merchandising

Design

Lyme,

CT

Human Science and Services

Jacqueline Galto

Melissa L. Goldin

Hope Valley

Elementary

Design

Cedar Grove, NJ Elementary Education &. Psychology

LisaJ. Hardgrove Greenville, NY

RI

Education &.

History

Human

Lincoln,

PA

Communicative Disorders

Development and Family Studies

Kristen L Hill

E. Hess

Ephrata, and

E. Funke

Kinesiology

Joy

Oceanport, NJ Textiles, Fashion

East

Kristin J. Haberek

Guadagno RI

Human

Jessica

Franklin Lakes, NJ Fashion Textiles, Merchandising and

RI

Human Science and Services

Alicia M.

Tracey L. Foster Narragansett, RI

Elementary

RI

Education &. Communication Studies

Jennifer

L. Hlubik

Secondary

Ari

Biology

Faith R.

MA

New

Human

Textile

Jodi

Tara J. Lancia West

Elementary

Warwick,

Physical

Marketing

Human

M. Lasner

Development and Family Studies

Laf lamme

Hadley Physical

MA

Education and Exercise Science

Brigette A.

MA

Education and Exercise Science

Rebecca S. Leiter

Mariboro, NJ

RI

Education &. Communication Studies

Wilbraham,

Leonia, NJ

Development and Family Studies

Design

Barbara Kasa

Kaplan

Catherine F Lacanlale

Klopfenstein

Newtown, CT

N.Jenny

South Windsor, CT Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and

Milford, CT

Music Education

Education &. Human Science and Services

Sara M.

Hartford,

CT

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

PJoniec

Wayland, Secondary

West

Education &.

Kristen

Melissa R. Holtz

Trenton, NJ

Melrose Human

Park,

Development

and

PA

Family Studies

Jessica S. Levy Rochelle, NY

Stephanie

New

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Human

Jessica L. Mammone Stamford, CT Textiles, Fashion

Merchandising

Design

Darcy

Windham, Human

Human

Jacqueline Miller Hillsborough, NJ Development and Family Studies

Development

Family

Family

Studies

Secondary

Westerly RI Physical Education

Pamela L. Miller

Hebron, CT Music Education

Lori R. Padula

O'Mahoney

Hope Valley

Darien, CT

ME

and

Studies

Development

Sarah K.

L. Morrell

and

Education &

FL

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Michaela M. McGuire

RI

Human

ME

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Studies

E. McCabe

Cranston, and

Jupiter,

Development and Family

Courtney

Nicolette D.

York,

Allison C. Mallardi

M. Loria

Tiverton, RI

Spanish

Elementary

RI

Education &.

Psychology

Emmanuel R. Paulus

Providence, Human

Development and Family Studies

Jennifer Postel Manalapan, NJ Elementary Education &. Psychology

Kathleen A.

Regan

Enfield, CT Human

Development and Family Studies

Joy C. Ruthowski Pawtucket, Human

Jennifer

RI

RI

Development and Family Studies

Bellingham,

MA

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Rose A.

Human

Livingston, NJ Development and Family Studies

Elisabeth M. Ranaudo

Quigley

Woonsocket, Human

Dina Piserchia

L. Penswick

Oakville, CT

RI

Development and Family Studies

Early Ch'Idhood Education & Human Development and Family Service

Denise A. Roberts

Mahopac, NY Elementary Education &. English

Megan

Bernardsville, NJ Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

K. Scalisi

Norwalk,

Secondary

Heather A. Rochat

Cynthia

CT

Education &.

Biology

Secondary

D. Smith

Miller Place, NY Education &. Biological Science

Jacqueline Spielman Ridgefield, CT Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Amy East

B. Stanislowski

Morgan J. Steriing

Brunswick, NJ

Hillsborough, NJ Secondary Education &, History

Early Childhood

Education

Lindsay Sullivan Merrimack,

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Cynthia N. Tencza Wallingford, CT

Amanda A. Theadore

Fall River, MA

Secondary

Education

Sarah C. Timpson North Kingstown, RI Elementary Education & English

Ansonia, CT

Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Elizabeth Teixeira Mathematics &.

Traci E. Tatroe

NH

Physical

Education and Exercise Science

Amy B. Tiso Sparta, NJ Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design

Human

Westerly RI Development and Family Studies

Michael Trotta III Adaptive Education,

Kings Park,

Health Education, &

NY

Pliysical

Exercise and Exercise Science

Seniors 53

Katherine E. Walsh

Early

54 Seniors

Sh among, NJ Childhood Education

Kyle J. Wilson Kingstown,

North

RI

Communicative Disorders

Dean:

Dayle Joseph

White Hall 2 Heathman Rd

Kingston,

(401)

RI 02881

874-2766

Bachelor of Science Master of Science

Family Nurse Practitioner Nurse-Midv^ifery Nursing Administration Nursing Education Clinical Nursing Specialist:

Gerontology Clinical

Nursing Specialist:

Pyschiatric Mental

Health

Seniors 55

Cristin M. Chambers

Ellington,

CT

Conley Quincy MA

Betsy DiBiase Windham, ME

Nursing

Nursing

Nursing

Catherine E. Euen

Jenna E. Hager Franklin, MA

Chelsea E. Howell

North Attleboro, MA NursinE

Nursing

Nursinf

Daniela N. Maroccia

Monroe, CT

Nursing

56 Seniors

Kellee A.

Megann

L. Prevatt

Riverside,

Nursing

RI

CT

Branford,

AmandaJ. Stepan Nashua,

NH

Nursinf

@ir%^1^ Dean: David Farmer

Biological Oceanography Physical Oceanography Geological Oceaongraphy Physical Oceanography Master of Oceanography South

Ferry Rd Narragansett, RI

(401)

874-6889

02882

Christina R.Jones

Salina,

KS

Geological Oceanography

Seniors 57

G?ll$^ Q>f f^mm^mi Dean Donald E. Letendre

Associate Dean Joan H. Lausier Departments Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Chairperson: Clinton O. Chichester Pharmacy Practice Chairperson: NormaJ. Owens

58 Seniors

Cyrus

D.

Agarabi

Mattituck, NY

Pharmacy

Providence,

RI

Chinonso Ezike

Providence,

RI

Pharmacy

Jennifer M. Goncalves

Kristine D

Auburn,

Braley ME

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

Sara J. Collard

Rumford,

AbiolaA. Babalola

RI

Mary A. Giles Nashua, NH

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

B.

Priscilla A. Reis

Gregory

Norigian

Cranston, RI

Fall River, MA

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

Nicholas Roy

Renee St Germain

New

Bedford,

Winslow,

MA

ME

Pharmacy

New

Market,

Pharmacy

NH

Kevin P Thomas

Portsmouth,

Pharmacy

RI Seniors 59

2005 Sanlor

Survey

^&eu\te

Did you vo-te In 1;ha 2004 eleolJion? No: 13% Ya^: 37%

If 60, whom did you vot;e for? NellJher: 1% lS>ueh: 11% Kerry: 6S% Did you find Ye6:71%

What;

was

a

parking epot? No: 20%

your mode of

Rode Uhe shuttle: 54%

transporUatJIori?

Walked up the hlli: 46%

Where do you ^et your news? CNN: 51 % Jon Stewart: 49%

favorite? Mews: 23% Charley-0's: 40%

Which

Casey's: 37%

Is your

Best Class: Teaching of Worst Class:

Reading, URI 101

Organic Chemistry, Astronomy

Little known fact about URi: It used to be farmland.

Favorite memory from freshmen Favorite URI

60 Seniors

year: Meeting

memory: Keeping

new

friends.

^reat friends.

Vice Provost for Urban

Programs: John McCray,Jr.

Undergraduate Programs: English BA History

80

Washington St

BA

Business

Providence, RI 02903

Administration BS

(401)

Human

277- 5000

Development and Family Studies BS Psychology BS Seniors 61

with friends, complain about textbook prices, get overrides into move

in,

reconnect

classes, decorate, go skinny-dipping, study

quad, adopt the freshmen that join your student group, sing along with ludacris, laugh with pablo fransisco, bring your URI 101 class to diversity week, purchase chest paint for midnight madness, reuse chest paint at homecoming game, jump in leaf piles, party down-the-line, rush the quad celebrating red sox world series victory, plot on

the

outrageous halloween costume, lament bush's re-election, score free food at the

an

birthday bash since now your out of points, go clubbing in providence, giggle over the name of wintercourse, begin class countdown, attempt an all-nighter... union's 50th

62 Fall

Contents:

Calendar

-

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Memories

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5 First

Freek

Classes

Night

Day

Begin 19

Ludacris Concert

22

Blood

Rock

Drive

the Vote!

23

Pablo Fiansico

Comedi Show 27

Poetry Slam 64 Fall

Diversity Wi^ek

OoUober 13

15 Senate

Midnight

Elections

Madness

18

22

Greek

Pjiilanthropy

Week

November

HomeoDming Weekend

Election

Day

15

Union 5()th

Anniversary 29 w

intercourse Fall 65

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Opponent Lafayette

2

3

Rider

1

3

Harvard

1

2

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0

3

Providence

0

4

Vermont

1

0

Oregon

3

2

Boston

2

Tennple St. Joseph's George Washington

1

3 1

University

3 3 0 1

3

Richmond

0

3

Xavier

2

2

Dayton

3

4

La Salle

2

2

Fordham

1

1

Duquesne

2

1

St. Bonaventure

2

2

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0

2

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1

0

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1

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3

0

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4

1

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0

2

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0

1

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2

University

0

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6

4

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1

4

Hartford

1

0

Boston

University New Hampshire Temple St. Joseph's George Washington

1

2

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0

0

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0

1

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5

0

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1

1

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University

2nd

Paul Short Invitational

15th

New

8th

England Championship

Country

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NCAA Northeast

3rd 13th

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Megan O'Shea, Cindy Smith,

Erica Sweitzer

M&n^e Croee

Country

Captains: Andrew Poland, Kyle Poland

College

8th

Fordham Invitational

4th

Quinnipiac

4th

New

30th

Connecticut

England Championship

Central Connecticut Short

2nd

Atlantic 10

9th

NCAA

25th

Championship Regional Qualifier

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Them

0

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3

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2

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2

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1

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2

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4

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3

1

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0

0

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5

1

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3 3

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3

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^ankaaa Cja.rne One: (W 10-7) Red

only

to

Sox fans spent the

discover that they

count

night screaming down the halls, too early in the

their chickens way

season.

Cja.me IWO: (W 3-1) wrote a paper while listening to the game, again the Sox fans were screaming in our hallway about this being their lucky night...it wasn't. (wi3,me Three: (W 19-8)

We

were

feeling quite confident...and the Sox fans were oddly quiet

tonight. Cia.me

rOUr

:

(L 4-6)

This

was

the game

to

end the series and put the Sox

out

of their

misery ..but we were punished for our

conceitedness, and let them have their win.

Cj3,me rive

:

( L 4-5) second

point in the game we were watching intently, and cursed at Ortiz for winning the game for the night a row.wondering why these unfortunate chain of events were occurring.

At this

in

G3,me Six: (L 2-4) 1 was beginning to get worried at this point in the series, and punishment for our boys winning past series with ease. (j3.me beveri: (L 3-10)

realize

was

hoping that this wasn't some

kind of

early in the night that there was no way for us to have a comeback in the game, we happened? How could an Armageddon of this magnitude have occurred? So I walked back to my room, hiding my jersey in fear that I would be thrown into a dumpster, or carried up to the Quad to be chained to a flagpole (you never can tell with those barbaric Red Sox fans), went to bed, and hoped that it had all been a dream.

were

1

came to

done. I

sat

in total silence...how could this have

Written

by:

Kaila Corwin

(Yankees Fan)

^&d Sox, Game One: (L 7-10)

Moaned and cheered

would have

Cja.rne Two: (L 1- 3)

Discovered

Ga.nne Three: (L 8-19)

my eyes the games,

:

rive:

we

not

enough to win against Yankees.

despair and looked up at my boyfriend with tears in whimpered, "but I learned all of their names, I watched all I knew who did the coolest handshakes, how could they do

I

to

true

fan and said,

Red Sox nation."

(W 6-4) secretly wished they would and crawled up

Ga.nie

lucky seat is

me?" He smiled the broken-hearted smile of a

to

"welcome

Gaine Four

but

watched with as

this

enough to give myself a headache, lucky seat earlier in the game.

if I had found my

won

to

bed

as

lose and put

the game moved into

us out

extra

of our

misery put

up

a

KEEP THE FAITH away message

innings.

(W 5-4) Woke up to my roommate bubbling about our victory preceded to hop about madly in my p-j's and proclaim my season long undying love for Big Poppi (David Ortiz)-the night ended similarly with four girls hugging and jumping and screaming their- love for our Ortiz. ( Side he

might

luck!

: From this point on my boyfriend did not change any article of clothing because lose the luck, and I don't believe he showered either for fear of washing away the

note

)

Ga.me Six: (W 4-2) watched with friends in the hospital (she's fine now) with joy in unison and then returned to work.

Ga.nie Seven: ( W 10- 3)

the last

pitch

of the

night the entire hospital

shrieked

placing whipped cream on top of my good luck sundae as (finally) Johnny Damon (my outfield grand-slam, I raced back into the room screaming unintelligibly that it was all me and the lucky sundae, as the innings progressed I became more and more certain that something would go horribly wrong and dash all my hopes like the end of last year's season (this almost came true when they put Pedro Martinez on the mound to the roar of "WHO'S YOUR DADDY?") As the bottom of the ninth began, I pinched myself and turned to my roommate and asked her in disbelief, "is this really it?" With the last pitch we all jumped up screaming and howling and insane with joy and relief and hugs, we rushed outside, surged down into the ghetto chanting, and pushed our way up onto the Quad where we met with hundreds of other students that shared our shock and joy

Jesus)

was

blasted

a

Written

by:

Kristin

Marge (Red

Sox

Fan)

The

Republican's Perspecti what left the blue

the halt W

states

blue with envy

of 2004

bitterly-fought election

came to a

Senatorjohn Kerry conceded to George Bush. With that, disappointed Kerry as

soon

supporters Dick won

any

Cheney

listened

as

remarked that

the

Vice President

George W

number of popular

"greatest presidential candidate

in

Bush had

votes

of

history"

The months

enlightened can

Despite dismay

over

the

war

in

Iraq

and the economy, 51% of Americans still chose to trust President Bush to continue to lead America into the 21st

and

But

even

these

important issues were

secondary to the importance that American voters placed on moral values. Seeing America's traditional values becoming increasingly under attack, many voters concerned with moral values Bush to

as

to

Election

Day 2004

how bitter American

politics

get. Harsh accusations flew from both candidates

as

the soul of their

each tried

to

proved to

be "unfit for command."

opponent's terminally injure campaign. Unfortunately for Sen. Kerry, he failed to comprehend the strength of the GOP movement when he challenged them to "Bring It On." As a result, he truly

to

building the Department of Homeland

Security

as

century Besides

improve the economy and lower President Bush campaigned on issues taxes. such as restructuring the health care system

promising

leading up to

Americans

the

more

saw

VOTINt Does

President

Your

Note

Really Matter?

Votins and thr spirit of Democracy,

likely of the two candidates

protect their beliefs. September

21

,

2004

?

7 P. M.

Coming out of the bitterly contested campaign season, President Bush began his second tenn by speaking on the importance of a united America, stating, "When we come together and work together, there is no limit to the greatness of America." With that,ftsident Bush began to make his mark

on

AmericanTiistory, for the

second time.

88 Fall

The Democrat's

Most Democrats had

John Kerry had

Robert Hanson

already conceded the

2004 Presidential election in January Democratic base had become

Perspective: By

so

By

Nov 2, the

excited that

they

the election. That is, however, until the final results started coming in.

were sure

won

WHM" ARE WE GrONNK T>o .TOMORROW NIQHT,

i| XARL?

Many people

look

at

the 2004 election

results and say it is an example of the weaknesses of the Democratic Party However, any party that can put forward a candidate against a popular, wartime

incumbent and still manage to come within three percent of winning is still very strong.

bubble

While Democrats may be disappointed now, the only last so long for the Republican Party

can

President Bush has built the

popularity of his party and

himself on un-sustainable foundations, such as tax cuts for the rich in the face of huge deficits and conducting an egotistical foreign policy with the assumption that our allies will to

simply follow our lead.

Even now,

eliminate the checks and balances

Republicans are trying our

goverrtment was

founded upon by trying to take away Senator's power to filibuster extremist judicial nominees and interfering in the business of the judiciary Soon, there will be a backlash

against the arrogance of the Republican Party and Democrats will be there to help set the country right again.

Even now, the future of the Democratic

The

Party can be

Party of the past can be Tom Daschle, and Terry

Democratic

seen failing Gephardt, McAuliffe. The future is in people like Barack Obama, Gavin Newsom, and Hillary Clinton. While Democrats may have had a "rebuilding year" in 2004, our time will come. It is only a matter of time before Republicans have some 'splainin' to do.

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^r-viv^i

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me

succeed in

college!"

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Kent!

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Cappella, American Marketing

Association, AVS Club, Asian Student Association, Ballroom Dancing Club, Cape Verdean Student Association, Capoeira, Crevy/, EMS, Fashion Merchandising Society, Flavor Unit, Gaming Club, CLBTA, Cigar, Habitat for Humanity, Hillel, IFC, Intervarsity, Knitting Club, Model UN, Musicians Guild, NAACI? Outing Club, Panhel, Renaissance Yearbook, Renewable Energy Club, ROTC, Rugby, Sailing Club, Ski Team, Snowboarding Club, Speakeasy, Student Alumni Association, Student Entertainment Committee, Student Film Association, SSDI? Senate, Surf Club, Ultimate

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energy energy

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Rayvon

Energy Club

Miller

on

Subcommittee

Rachel

Annual Culture Show, Asian Awareness Week,

President: Treasurer:

Social Administrator:

BoppaSor Sowang Sach

the URI campus

Mandy

Sholly

Unity

Multicultural Events

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MattXiong

Social Administrator: Stephen Ho

Asian] Students Association

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Organizers:

Carlo Baca

Ca|3e|j^i|jeah^^ Promoting culture to

President:

and

awareness

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members of the URI

Cape Verdean people communtiy

Crystal Ramos Georgina Fatuda

Secreatry: Jamie

Vice President:

Hull

Treasurers Miriam Caetano

Top Row: Georgina Fatuda, Anthony Santiago, Omoayo, Miriam Qetano, Jamie Hull Bottom Row: Liara

Victor

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Solange Fortes,

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Rama

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in the Memorial Union, such

as

Block

Party

Fish Bowls,

Pumpkin Carving,

etc.

Meg Bakach Treasurer Adam Schultz Operations: Chloe Tasca Public Relations: Kenny Czermak Programming: Matt Malakowski Memorial Union Board of Directors

Chairperson:

Tom Hardiman

Historian:

Organizations 145

URI Radio Station commercial-free, Radio Station. RI, parts of MA, CT and Long Island, NY

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90.3 broadcasts all

General Asst.

Managen

Manager:

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Pat

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Business

Chief Engineer: Rvan Kowal

Promotes debate and encourages

President: Jemina Treasurer:

Varghese

Momodoujobe

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Organizations

Amy Waidler

Production Managers Beth Rodin

of world issues

Vice President: Bob Hason

Secretary: Meghan

Model United Nations

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News Director!

Manager: Melissa Coppola

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Vice President: Beavon Seckendorff

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Stephanie

Deacon

Amanda Williamson

Secretary: Megan Kelly and Katey Foye

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Gardiner,

Breguet,

Walker,

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Asst. Joseph

Rodriguez

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Treasurer: Katie Block

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President: Ryan

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Looking to

make

President: Maria Treasurers

Meg Williamson

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difference in the world,

DiMaggio Secretary:

one

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Building Chairs Michael Smith Sychtys URI Habitat for Humanity Steve Moroso

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Historian: Michelle

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Shayla

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Jenni Hlubik

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Kristin

Memories:

Kaila Corwin

Photography:

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Clubs:

Kelly Hayes

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National Association for

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and economic

equality of all

persons, while

fighting

eliminate racial hatred and discrimination. Vice President: Natasha Austin

President: Nicole Austin

Provide URI and the

surrounding community with fun,

Secretary:

Concerts President:

Business

Aly

Keves

Special

Hosoitality Co-ordinaton Nick Sheryka

events.

Advertising President: President: Sulina Mohanty

Ken Correia

Manager:

Events

Omoayo

diverse entertainment in the form of

concerts, lecturers, comedians, and other special

Chairperson: Meeghan Harrington

Victor

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Kate La

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URI Student Senate

Investigates student problems, provides the official voice through which student opinion may be expressed, fosters awareness of the students' role in the academic community and enhances the quality and scope of education at the University President: Kevin

Lopes

S.O.A.R.C. Chain Evan

Duggan-Lever

Vice President: Brett Samuels

Campus

Secretary: Jennifer Burkhardt

Academic Affairs Chain Julia

Treasuren Adam Janus

External Affairs Chain Clarissa Nault

Cultural Affairs Chain

Momodoujobe

Affairs Chain Patrick Mills

Monaghan

Director of Communications:

Brittany

Boudreau

Finance Chain. M. Adam Oliveri

Front Row: M. Adam

Oliveri, Jesse Whitsitt-Lynch, Jemina Varghese, Brett Samuels, Terrence

Malaghan Rodrigues, Christopher Jablonski, Scott Breguet, Isaac Mamaysky Back Row: Luis

Coffee House Provides

scrumptious

coffee and

goodies to

customers, and

Co-coordinators: Nick Treasuren Kate Aubin

Secretary:

Chalupa and

Sarah Andrea

Art Coordinaton Jenette Delmonaco

a warm

and

welcoming atmosphere.

Mariela Baez

Events Coordinaton Kate Johnson

Junior Coordinaton Taylor Southworth

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Interfraternal Council Creek Week, Anthony Milano

Beach

Parliamentarion: Jon Fredrickson

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Philanthropy Week,

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John

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at

party, attend

concerts on

the

quad,

cry

frank, play intramural sports, ruin clothes at oozeball, throw open windows, stop wearing socks, start wearing sandals, at anne

get soft serve

hope, sneak away to the beach at night, skip class, write final paper on a book you never read, pack up the car, walk for graduation, hug friends goodbye, take one last look and never forget... 162 Spring

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March 1 Boxes and

Walls

Gaming Convention

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12

Napoleon Spring Dynamite

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Battle of the Bands 1

April

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Relay for Life 8 ASA Culture Show

12

Rainville L

adership Awards Ceremony 164

Spring

14

16

Fashion

Greek

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Week 28

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Party 10 Last

day dfCLass!

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3

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4

2

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6

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6

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0

Boston

5

Franklin Marshall

3

Cleveland State

4

0

Bucknell

7

1

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6

7

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0

Hofstra

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4

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6

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4

Fordham

3

University

Hannpshire

Coast Guard

Temple Richmond C.

Washington

Duquesne

166 Spring

5

1 1

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Cross

4

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0

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7

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1

2

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4

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4

4

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3

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5

Spring 167

Man'e Track photos courtesy of Nick Murgo/ PhotoSports.com

All Sparks Sorlein

1st

Reebok

1st

Rhody Mega Meet

1st

Atlantic 10

1st

New

1st

ICAAAA

17th / 53

Brown

4th

Bucknell

1st

Holy

168

England

Qoss

1st

Atlantic 10

1st

New

1st

Spring

Englands

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F

X

Seniors: Sean

Bramley,

Evan Lima, Kevin

Lopes, Taylor Majewski,

Andre'

Reid,

Luis

Rodrigues,

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Karsten Stammen

Spring 169

Wbman'6 Track photos courtesy of Nick Murgo/ PhotoSports.com

All Brown

Atlantic 10

place 3rd place 1st place 1st place

New

5th

URI GO RHODY URI Invitational

England

out

ECAC

42nd

UCONN

3rd

Brown

4th

UCONN Brown

Atlantic 10 New

England Regionals

NCAA

170

2nd

Spring

of 31

out

place place 3rd place 4th place 1st place 6th place 26th

of 48

Seniors: Christina Bizon,

Margie Boltzer,

Erin DiVincenzo, Katie

Janet Pailes, Joanne Petrarca, Cindy Smith, Jen Strysko,

Dunlop,

Fallon Jean-Gilles, Diana Lucek, Rachel Oakes,

Megan O'Shea,

Erica Sweitzer

.ulC,

Spring

171

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4

Florida

5

0

Florida

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1

Michigan

5

2

IPFW

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3

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4

5

Kentucky Kentucky

8

7

Northern Iowa

9

4

Miami-Ohio

2

9

Wisconsin

12

7

Long Island George Washington George Washington George Washington Boston College

2

1

Hartford

7

3

6 8 11

3 4

8

6 4

Dayton Dayton Dayton

1

3

Brown

8

5

Brown

8

10

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14

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4

9

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5

16

Harvard

1

15

Saint Joseph's

1

1

Saint Joseph's

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8

Saint Joseph's

4

11

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3

9

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1

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3

7

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1

8

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3

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8

Massachusetts

0

5

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6

9

Atlantic 10 Finals

7

2

NCAA

11

1

NCAA

Spring

Regionals Regionals

2

Seniors: Dan

Frederick, Mike Harris, Mike Lefort,

Chris Stelma, Matt Sullivan, Joe Viscuso

Dave

Lipson, Mike Rainville,

Softball All Photos courtesy of Nick

We

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Murgo/Photosports.com

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Brown

7

4

Bryant

3

0

UConn

5

Maine

0

0

Providence

6

3

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7

1

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7

Wagner

0

2

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5

3

Arizona State

8

0

San Jose State

8

1

Connecticut

2

1

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5

1

Princeton

8

0

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15

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Iowa

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2

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0

Minnesota

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0

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12

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0

Iowa

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2

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4

1

Harvard

4

4

Harvard

5

2

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3 7

1

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Cheryl

Barnes, Nicole

Haywood, Jaime Hughes, Megan Long,

Heather Pelletier

Them

Washington

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Intramural

5

on

5 Basketball

6

on

6

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Volleybal

REG Badminton

Indoor Team Tennis Team

Bowling

REG Billiards

Indoor Soccer Floor 6

on

Hockey

6 Beach

Volleyball

Softball 4

174

Spring

on

4

Flag Football

Club

Sporte

Men's Grew

Equestrian Men's

Hockey Hockey

Women's

Men's Lacrosse Women's Lacrosse

Roller

Hockey Rugby Women's Rugby Sailing Coed Skiing Synchronized Swimming Men's

Ultimate Men's

Volleyball Spring 175

176

Spring

Spring

177

Award Katie a

Stailing is

President of RAM choices and

member of both the Peer Advocate

Program

and Student Athletic Committee. She is also member and

a

of the Women's Basketball

Captain despite five knee surgeries over her four years on the team. Katie is a journalism major with a history minor She plans to pursue a career in marketing or advertising. Team,

Robot A. Rahvie was Vice Resident of Student Affiurs fix>m 1980- 1986. The Office of Student kivolvennent and Experiential Learning / Memorial LNon and Student Life have hosted an annual award cerenrKXiy in Ns mennory for the past sevent^i years. The ceremony b designed to celebrate and fb^ studoit leadershf) at URL AI students are nominated and then must

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Harrington has been an employee of the Aquatics program for over five years. She currently acts as head lifeguard, a position she URI

earned

by displaying responsibility and

Melissa also

organizes

events to

dedication

promote the

Tootell program within the URI community. She is a Marketing, International Business, and French

triple major

Taam ExoallanGa Award College of Pharmacy Student Leadership Council creates and organizes both educational and social college and community. This team of students operates under four fundamental tenets: to foster a sense of community in the College of Pharmacy; to promote academic reform; to advocate health and disease prevention; and to promote political advocacy in the field of pharmacy. The

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May 1,

2005

directed

by Bryna Wortman

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Blevins

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Jillian

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Mr Van Daan

Donald J. Dallaire

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Mr Dussel

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ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEENTH

COMMENCEMENT INFORMATION

Graduate Ceremonies 2005

Saturday, May 21,

Undergraduate Ceremonies Sunday, May 22, 2005

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congratulations, we are so proud of you, we love you, good luck, hugs and kisses, we have loved watching you grow up, love ya lots, we remember your very first day of school, may you always find happiness, wishing you the world, live your life to the fullest, you will make you much

success

great job,

keep

a

difference,

we

wish

in the years to come, smiling, your future is bright,

may all of your dreams and goals come true, live big, continue to believe in yourself, you have come a long way may you always

remember where you

are

from, follow your

heart, may you touch the world as you have touched ours, cherish life, you did it, love

always, way to go, best friends always and forever, treasure everything...

Hugs and

Kisses...

It loo^s ll^e \^D\A were

cflwa^jsmecfnttobea MRI mm\

Coy\qm\\A\a\\oY\5\ We love ujoM forever; Mom, Dad, av\d Drew Sean G.

Magee

Brian on the completion of your successful years at URI. /is always, we are very proud of you and your

Congratulations

accomplishments. Love Mom ^ Dad

Brian T Ascoli

Dear Jen,

Mariayna Garoli ne Sosna '^oiAA'ce on i^oiM- WAii! AlvJAiis he\\e\)6 in M>wse[j; as we \f^e\)e In MOH, ^>^i^A mom. will ^Aa&oc m/^ mcc&&d. \)ajce \o oronji oj- mom am^ aII Mour My>ovno\\dwevk AiAji we know mou will ke^ uv W^e^ ireA work. "[joM Ar(?AWOM^-fMlMOMMiWOH\AM. /^(? Wi^ll MOM Ik? i'S^I o| Hie \;>6d {ij \nAS \o ofjcf. XAce k>od catc of MOMr^etf aiaA ftvt^vi^tf \o s\oo AM^ suMsll %e (OSes. ConirAiiAUIioM^ I)ArliMi l)AU^J*WAM^^i$W. /^elox^eMOM. S0A.<r\ ^e MC

We all love you so much!!! and we're so proud of you!!! "Live well.

Laugh often.

Love much"

eo \)efu

Love, Mom, Bob, Lindsay

Of\ov\, \)aA & '^Wkjw

Jennifer Siegal 226 Ads

Congratulations Cassandra and the class of We are all very proud of your accomplishments and the beautiful, strong, independent young woman that you have become. Continue pursuing your dreams and push yourself to strive to reach your utmost goals. The future is yours and what ever you choose to make it. "feu will always have

our

2005.

full love and support no matter I where you go or what you do. Continue to be your own special person. All

love, Mom, Dad, Maurice, Dayna, Jennifer, Willie, and Grandpa our

Cassandra Brewer

From the beginning you loved the ocean. Look where it has led you! May this love and all you hove learned bring you much happiness and success in the future We are aU so proud ofyou

Love, MomJulianne Aunt Barbara and Uncle BiE Allison C. Stueben Ads 227

Now that you

are

graduating

ffs time you must move on l^u can hold on to the many memories Look how

those years have

flown ^u will now start a new journey in life And it has just begun Everything you have accomplished And not one thing was left undone We know God has special plans for you And

fast

we are sure

Uear Joey:

Congratulations Good nealtn and

and best wishes for

a

brignt future.

(jod bless you.

happiness always, AAommy, Jimmy, AAarisa Nani & Pop

Love

Joseph

always,

B. Taormina

you will succeed

And He^ll he there to

help

you

With anything you will need We know you will have much success

As you go along your way And the sweet and caring person

you^ve

become We know

you'll always portray

Congratulatins on We

are

accomplishments proud of you

your

very

We love you

always Mom, Dad, AJ, Eddie, Grandma, Grandpa

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graducHion from UrI IVIay 22, 2()05 It

see-rriH

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\ou

like

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nx-hk^r

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lay

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on

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Gradi.iation...vvt 11 Done 'If

\Afell, I are

K-ix"

it is ijnd

nov\' \'ou

^riiduating from College!

How ttie \'ears httixt" flown 1 >>,

^oii tiave matnrett into wonderful young we are

So,

one t=t

very

woman

proud

again

vse

of

a

and

you!

say to you:

"Gongratulations

on

'Vfc)ur

Graduation. .VVei I Done!!r

W'it^^

Love, Pride and Affec tion,

only through the perseverance of struggle and challenge of hardships that the true character of an individual is established. Beloved Marcel (#42) we have all witnessed your monumental growth both in stature and maturity alike and we know that you're en route for greatness. Now matter the destination, we are always behind and beside you. It is the

We

are

iviom, Dad and Erik

proud and awed.

Love, Rebecca A.

Philips

Ryan,

tout

moun nan

fanml

an

Marcel

Tracy

Monplaisirjr

~

We are all 80 proud or YOU.

proud of you then and even prouder of you now ! Keep up the great work. l(bu are truly an amazing, beautiful young woman.

We

Let the adventures BEGIN!

Love, Mom, Dad, Mike, Julie

were

and all the rest oe us

McNaiions, Abneys,

We love you,

and

Mom

Smiths. Ryan

C.

+

Dad

Tracy

M. Jamula

Abney

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Dear Kristen, With

pride and

ove, we

congratulate

you

achievements. Yol have worked hard and

Jejtyyt^

on

your

we are

-

of the young

woman

you

yo\Ar <bvv\\e, Ua-fe c^lway-fe li't"tVie, wcrUl arcxAincA ycM, aiyyc^ we. V^y^ow/ fhwill c-tvitiioue, "h? cb .c.

Love, Mom, Dad, & Erin

ofall'tWtY''t* Uove. cviur^o^npli^lied,

We-'ne, croud aiod all iViaT vou will

Mcw^ ai^-w?) "Dae?),

proud

have become.

Kristen Nicole

cvu^-c'vnplhfeU.

Jennyl

Joln^ aioc?l "SaraU Jennifer Hlubik

Decor Cee

We're

Keep Smiling Brigette We

i.

"i^

are so

Love

proud of you!

and

so

me

-

proud

of you

looe you very

much

Mom, Dad & Kristie Brigette LaFlamme

JTlom, Dad S- oan Grandma

Uncle Brad

Lee 230 Ads

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DearTracLj,

qMicl^ii^ tfe past four i^ears f\aye qov\e, It seem ii^e JMst ijesterdai^ LjOM were moving into Browning, piedging tfe sororities aY\d \eamY\q \j\ow waij

We can't beiieve few

aromd campi/is ay\d Providence. Vea^ DZi

Well, i^oM certainii/) feve come a long wai^. YoM've \earv\ed so m\Ac(\ abo\A\\(\e world afo\AV\d ijOM and even more abo\Att(\e wonderf i/ii person ljom are. Voi/i've made some great friends and feve been a great friend to so may\\^ Imc^lj people, Yom feve matured into a veri) special ujOMng iadi^ \N\tf\ talents, a great seme of fwAmor and a gemme desire to be suiccessf mI in tf\\s world. Voi/i feve aireadi^ accomp\\sf\ed so m\AC^ \N\tf\ tf\e best \^et to come! As ujom Ioo^ forv^ard to t(\e f MtMre, be proi/id of ujoi/ir

past!

We wis^ \^o\A m\Ac^ success as \^o\a f\ead back to t^e excitement and crazlness of New York Citij it's waiting for i)oi/i wit^ open arms! Good \\Ack wit(n i^oiir career and kno\N tfet ijOM can do anything ijOM set ijOMr mind to! We are so proud of l^omI -

CongratMiations on

ujoi/ir

graduation from ness now

lylRI. We iove i^oui and wis^ i^om

happi

and forever

Wit(n ai! oi/ir iove. Mom, Dad and Ami^

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T)ar

M^f*^

XOg

alvvjau)5 Ko^, froiuitbc beginning

of first

grade, tJ)at u)oa

^ould succGcd

in vxil^atcvjcr direction u)oa cbosc. ^our

inl^b^^rqacu) VKias a lot of bard VKJork, but u)OU also accoq-plisbed tbis kKiitb u)Our exce-ptional desire to do VKiell. \n)e are vieru) -proud of u)OU and

"Doctorate

accoq-plislied. h\ou) u)OU al-

all u)OU bavje V)jau)S find ba-p-piness.

Lovje,

Hoq and T)ad Mary A. Giles

CongrMiibtions K^tie K^BffVTi

[

We

3re so

proud of you!

May your life be full of love, luppiness 3nd adventure. Mom, Dad, Stuwn,

& bckie

Katherine Roe

Dear Heather,

Congratulations on your accomplishments i n these past four years. We're so proud of the well rounded, young lady you've become! Have faith in

yourself and God

will

con

tinue to open all the right doors for you! "Always remember who you are." "Anyway"? Best of luck in

Love

grad school! (Aloha!) always. Mom, Dad, Ron,

& Gabriel le Leba

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Heather Ann Leba

Spanky, Congratulations accomplished.

Gn.if'ital: Go-H.q.^atiilailo-vi'i! y&-iin.

k. 'A ^^

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worked

so

do and

we are

all that

on

hard at

everything you

very

proud of you.

*

love ya lots!

ka'ici w-a^k

Mom & Vad

avioi d&t&n.mlnatl&-i^ alo-4^a w-ltk

iio-m.^

Stacy

mavnf, ackleaementd- kau-e lilled o-nn. kean^t'i laltk io-ii,. MaM. all u-o-M.n^ d^eam-'i

^eali'^ed w-ltk an'i l^iiti/Ln,e. kJ&n.e

ae

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kllakt aM.d all

'io-

youVe

Youve always

Pelletier

nn^o-A-ne^-

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p-^aiid

u^o-a.

We love ijoui aKid wls^ \^o\a t^e

jkanykd- l^o-n- tke mem&'n.le^,

best of \\Kck,

Kiow

awd forever !!

Jlo-ae, M&-m, ^ad an-d Kim

Crystal

To

our

Mom, Dad, Lisa and Jac^

Blais

Mark W Horstmann

dearest Heidi,

Congratulations!!!! You n^ake

lll.J^" A^l >

^HLt'^^H^I ^y Ikv

-^ ku

.

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KS

everyday

us

proud

-

We love you bigger than the whole wide world.

KRISTEN L Forbes,

^^1

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Mom, Dad, Robyn, Doe and

Wi^'-'^i^^^B

Congratulations,

Poppy Sidney Heidi Rose

Pruzansky

proud of you!

we

are

so

very

you have a very bright

and exciting future to look foru^ard

You HAVE GIVEN US 21 YEARS OF HAPPINESS. THANK YOU. LOVE JOY MOM, Dad, Charlie, Stoli, Mysty, Mr. Sledge and TIlvin (may he rest in peace...) TO.

(^congratulations We

Yuki!

want to wisn

ana mucn

you

nappiness

AND

a

orignt future

in your

life.

Love,

nAom, DaJ,

ana

Asuka

Yuki Nakamura Ads 233

Deatr Jessica,

Gary,

We

Wishing health, and We're on

1

so

your

yon much

success

proud of

in

you.

graduation,

^1

happiness, good

the years ahead

.,^^1

^Blts^ ^^1k41

Congratulations

Wl

and always keep the

^

Jm

beat

ace so

of )ou now We Wa'Oe always acconiplisked niucK ov^ec tke KavJe always Worked kacd, especially

proud

as

been. ")(ou Kav;e years, "^u

during

so

tke last four years, "^u kace a trenien" future akead of you. We kope all

dously brlgkt of

Youc

dreanxs

conxe

true.

We looe you oery

nxuck.

LoOe,

Love, Mom, Dad, ft Nick

Mommy. Daddy, Laura and Harry too

Sacak

Matilda and

Gary

Comtois

Jessica Deutsch

Barbara

^shky.

Congratulations Basia!

W&'m v&vy

Vouj did it! Uob \A/ell done! F'ollow your dreams and success will follow^ We are so proud!

proud o^youl

Love, Hom, V^d

Lx3ve,

Mdmi&, Wicked md Qr^w Ashley

Dad, Mom, Elizabeth, \Justina & Chloe

Dowlin g Abcunas

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Xi^>N.

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The Renaissance Yearbook Staff and the

rest

of the

University of Rhode Island would like to remember our missing member from the Class of 2005.

3r\0ld Narawekl Brigid was born November 18, 1982. She passed away on February 10, 2005 at Rhode Island Hospital. She was in an automobile accident

on

January 25th,

on

her way

to

her student

teaching at the Ella Risk Elementary School in Central Falls, RI. Brigid was member of the URI's women's field hockey team, graduated Cum Laude with degrees in Art and Elementary Education. She will be remembered for her strength, positive attitude, kindness and smile. A fellow URI student wrote: Full of Life, Big smile Athletic, Dedicated our

loss

...

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On

Brigid's desk,

Positive

the

University of

found these quotes in the book, The Book of

Rhode Island,

highlighted

at

were

Quotations. Memorium 247

community of Kingston, th Kingston Campus of the University of Rhode Islan

"Situated in the historic

captures all the splendor and excitement of New Q^jg Just a few miles south and east are the beautiful c and beaches which have

given Rhode Island

its nation

reputation, and a few miles to the north and west exis the picturesque countryside that so many authors have espoused for generations. And here in the middle exis the university free from the hassles of the big city, ye complete with all the modern conveniences of the .p* contemporary American lifestyles. Class after class of --

forget the scenery around the campus. A the splendid nineteenth-century architecture provides a perfect setting for teaching the virtues of classic dents

never

academia. Warm

spring mornings and

snow-filled winter '^^

evenings leave memories that students carry with them for life. Hardly anyone forgets the first time they've see the snow covering the quadrangle. What a perfect plac from 1987 Renaissan to pursue life's true meanings." -

248 Qosing

Remembrance It

was

not so

all

so new

long ago

yet at once it's gone. So remember

when the

me

laughter of children

touches your ears Do not let time

shatter the

image

forged in my memories. Today is binding Yet tomorrow is forever So remember

when

snow

falls

on

me

the

ocean

open window Because I will remember you.

or sun

-

streams

though

Erickajenson, from

an

1988 Renaissance

that is, each one of you that is wortk his salt is struggling with certain questions. You are

"Each

one

of you

-

-

asking yourselves and perhaps your friends: What is life| What is success? What is happiness? What is goocf An| in the dark of the night you are asking yourselfi \x4iat afi I? What do I want? Where am I going? Those questiog you

must

ask, somehow, sometime; and the

answ

you find for them will determine largely what you become and what you will find. Primarily, you have come to college to learn the answers to these ques

tions, and your life

depends on the answers.

of you will have

reach his

to

own

Each

conclusions,

one

since

n

reach them for you. Two thousand years ago, Pilate asked: "What is truth?" Millions have repeat^ t

one can

|

questions, thousands have striven to answer it arid it 1 remains the enigma of the world. You, too, must strive | -

probably will never succeed; but in ^ striving you will attain something like education; yoi^W learn something like wisdom. Out of the confusion, th

to answer it. >bu

contradictions, the eternal mysteries, you will evolve

philosophy of life and to evolve that philosophy is ) primary purpose in coming to college." Percy Mark -

-

from 1969 Renaissance 250

Qosing

"College

...

the best four

(or five, or six ..)

years of your life, so they say. A time to I break away from home and parents and find

identity, your own interests, your own capabilities. A time to have fun, meet new people, try new things, and explore possible future careers. A time of decisions, determining what directions your life will

your *

own

take."

-

from 1986 Renaissance

Qosing 251

Thanks be

to

the mothers and

fathers, the brothers and sisters, the friends and lovers who punctuate our lives with joy and excitement.

you want to and anyone tells you to.

Uve your life as

as

not

It's your life isn't it?

you are the creater of good and also of evil. It is your responsibly to

From

now on

ive the best and most can.

Remember to

that

252 Qosing

respectable way you

trust

your instincts and

things aren't always as they seem.

A

Me6ea0&

To the Members of the

from "the fr&eld&ntl

Graduating Class,

As you leave the gray granite and the green lawns of Kingston, you enter stunning complexity Never in human history have we seen change of this

a

world of

magnitude, change moving relentlessly geometrical progressions. people, we live in a virtual world that takes us without effort to any and every spot on this small planet, and what goes on there impacts our lives in ways we struggle to understand. The forward in

ancient

this

a

of meaning and purpose have new import and new context. And reality you leave the University of Rhode Island, ready to lead.

questions

changed

I believe with all my heart that you

toward

As

a

better future, the

most

are

prepared to do just that:

noble of missions. Your

to

lead

mentors on

to

free

people the faculty have a

taught you how to learn, the work you will be doing throughout your life. What creates value today is the creative response to constantly changing challenges, and to make those responses requires the commitment and skill to learn every day You have learned here at URI to think like an artist, a scientist, a humanist, a psychologist and a sociologist, to examine what is thought to be a settled fact with a critical eye and to challenge what is only comfortable. Your professional skills have been honed by working side by side with professors whose own learning still leaves me simply astonished. With your families, your friends and the faculty and staff of this University you have also sharpened the set of ethnical standards to which you will hold yourself and others accountable. You know much more about what you stand for and what you will not

stand for. These

enable you It is my

to

are

the

roots

that

keep you grounded

in the world of change, that

fly straight and true.

greatest hope that the road ahead of you will be filled with meaningful challenge

joy, that the days ahead will be as rich and happy as has been your time at the University of Rhode Island. This will always be your university and I trust you will come

and with back at

stroll among the daffodils of April and the red leaves of autumn your adult life began.

to see us

the

place

often,

to

Robert L. Carothers

President Qosing 253

The Renaissance Yearbook staff would like to

wish the best to all the

graduating seniors.

You have

completed a big step in your lives, but that by no means indicates that life shall

be easy from obstacles still

now on.

There

to come,

but

are

we

many have great

faith that you all shall flourish with all that life has to offer to you. Remember that in order to

have memories

must create

Best

254 Qosing

them.

Wishes,

to

look back

on

you first

Thl6

\e

tha an^,

In mora waye

"than onal

ColophonI The 2005 Renaissance Yearbook, Volume 103,

Publishing in consultant 250

printed by Jostens Printing and

Norval E. Garnett Jr and our plant Yvette Freeman. This books consists of 256 pages and had a press run of

State

was

was

College,

PA. Our

representative was

copies.

The office of the Renaissance Yearbook is located in Room 123 of the Memorial Union, 50 Lower College Rd. Kingston, RI 02881. The phone number is (401)8745897 The email address is

yearbook(^etal.uri.edu

The staff of the 2005 Renaissance Yearbook would like

to

thank the

following people

for their outstanding help and support throughout the yean Maureen McDermott, Tom Dougan, Ron Barlow, Dave Bascom, Brad Irish, and the Alumni Association. We would thank Norval Garnett and Caren Orlick Korin for their support. Nick Murgo, the Greek Community the Deans' offices. Sports Media Relations and the URI Theater also like

to

Department for donating pictures. to mention

would

and the students of the

We also wish to thank those who

University

Inevitably forgot

of Rhode Island without whose support

we

not exist.

Design:

Staff

All pages were created on a Dell desktop PC running Win dows 2000. Adobe InDesign CS was used for page nnaking

The 2005 Renaissance Staff was

and Adobe The

we

cover

Photoshop v.

is process

4.0 LE

was

color, endsheets

stock is 100

pound gloss, binding

proofs

used for corrections.

were

used for

is

photo editing.

cottonwood, paper

are

Smyth

Typography: "lypesets ATYEbony and ATYFeltpoint were

sewn,

used

and omni

and

comprised

Timpson

Albrecht. Business Editor

of Co-editors Jessica Biker

Shayla LaMotte. Sarah responsible for Seniors and Graduation. Kristin Marge was responsible for Sports. Kaila Corwin was responsible for Memories. Dahlia Medeiros was responsible for Theater Sara Champlin was responsible for Greeks and Graduation Formats. Kelly Hayes was responsible for Clubs. Rachel Sholly was responsible for Photo Editing. Jenni Hlubik helped with sport scores and finances. Audrey

was

was

throughout

the book. The base ink color is black.

Photography: Unless otherwise noted

Colon

Pages 178 through

223

are

process colon

Student some

Legal

Items:

The Renaissance Yearbook is

a

subsidiary

of the

University

of Rhode Island Student Senate. Both Renaissance and Student Senate on

are

student

run

organizations

and

student volunteers. No staff members recieve

obtained

rely profits

through sales, advertisements, or portraits publication of this book. The Renaissance Yearbook holds copyright privileges and can not be reprinted in any fashion without the written associated with the

consent

of the 2005 Renaissance staff

256 Colophon

on

the pages all or donated

Renaissance staff members

body

candid

Senior

pictures

by

were

taken

by

members of the URI

Portraits, Graduation, Union Block Party and

pictures were taken by

DaVor

Photography

654 Street

Road, PO Box 8507, Bensalem PA 19020. Selected photos courtesy of Nick Murgo, PhotoSports.com.

are

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