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Department Of Public Safety Ext. 5262 



The Department of Public Safety is responsible for the safety of those who live, work, or visit the campus of Westfield State College. 
The department has three major components: Campus Police, Residence Halls Security Officers, and Student Security. The depart- 
ment is also responsible for the issue and sale of Parking Decals, other associated services, and for enforcing the parking policies of 
the college and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The department strives to have a close working relationship with students, 
faculty and staff, while also sponsoring crime prevention programs. Shuttles are provided to various parking areas, and there is an 
escort service available if desired. Officers are empowered to make arrests, and perform many of the services found at small, commu- 
nity police stations. 

The DPS is located in the White House between Parcnzo and Bates halls. 

Owl Express 

The college has contracted with PVTA for a 40 passenger bus which will travel continually between Scanlon Hall and building 333, 
with periodic stops in South Lot. 

Hours of Operation 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 
But do not get it confused with the PVTA RIO bus which will shuttle you to the center of town, or as far as the Holyokc Mall! 

The Campus Shuttle vans are available after the Owl Express finishes for the day. Thej will transport you to and from South Lot and 
any of the Campus Residence Halls. 
M -F3:0OPM to 2:00 am. 





Reading & Writing Center Ext. 5569 

Parenzo Hall, Room 218 

5334 George Layng, Director 

5569 Sandra Torrance, Writing Consultant 

5336 Beth Ann Rothermel, Associate Director 

5412 Sharon Smith, Reading Consultant 

The Reading and Writing Center helps students, staff, and faculty at 

Westfield State College further develop their understanding of reading and 

writing. Whether you're tackling a biology textbook, preparing to take the 

Massachusetts reacher's exam, trying to understand Shakespeare's diction, 

beginning an essay, polishing a resume, or developing a reading or writing 

assignment for your class, come see us. 

We're located in Parenzo Hall, Room 218. You can call us at 572-5569 to 
schedule a free, half hour appointment with one of our highly trained, 
friendly reading and writing consultants. Hours may vary by semester. 




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Visit our web site at www.wsc.ma.edu 



Division of Student Affairs 



The mission of Student Affairs educators, partners in the college experience, is to collaborate with academic affairs professionals and 
others to promote student understanding of themselves, their relations with others, and their environment. 

The office of the Vice President of Student Affairs (Ely 236) oversees the administration of such offices as the Campus Center, Career 
Services, Residential Life, Substance Abuse, Health Services, Public Safety as well as special services including College ID card 
operations, Judicial Affairs, The Owls Program, Veterans Affairs, the publication of the WSC Student Handbook, and the National 
Student Exchange Program. 

Career Services Ext. 5206 

The Office of Career Services (Lammers Hall) offers registered students and alumni a resource center for career guidance, occupa- 
tional exploration, job search preparation and employment referral. Call extension 5206 for assistance. The following people are 
there to help you. 
Maureen McCartney, Director 
Sharon King, Secretary 

Junior Delgado, Staff Assistant and Career Counselor 
Bev Wilgus, Secretary 

Residential Life Ext. 5402 

The Department of Residential Life (Scanlon I Annex) is responsible for residence hall services, programs, and the overall manage- 
ment of campus residence balls. Residential life is also the home of the undergraduate student Orientation Program. 

Health Services Ext. 5415 

The office of Health Services provides medical care for students of Westfield State College. They also provide health information for 
the college community concentrating on wellness, prevention of illness, and counseling referrals. If you are not feeling well, stop by 
Health Services in the back of Scanlon Hall, or call ext. 5415. No appointment necessary. 



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Nurses on duty: Monday-Thursday 8 am. - midnight, Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Saturday 12 noon - 5 p.m., Sunday 4 p.m. - midnight 
Physicians on duty: Monday-Friday 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 



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Academic Achievement Center Ext. 5561 

Academic advising is an integral pan in the success of a student's academic career. The Academic Achievement Center provides a warm 
and supportive environment for students to explore academic opportunities as well as to plot strategies for continued growth. 
The staff of the ACC has as its primary mission the growth and development of the student and places the upmost priority on the needs 
and concerns of the student. 

Academic advising in the ACC is available to all students who have not declared a major and students with dual majors in Liberal 
Studies and Education. 

Tutoring Ext. 5789 

The Tutoring Center is operated by professional staff and supplemented with approximately 70 peer tutors. Academic assistance is 
offered in writing, study skills and matharnatics. Tutoring is also available in all areas of the college curriculum. The College also 
coordinates the provision of support services to students who are physically challenged and learning disabled. 

The Tutoring Center is located in Wilson 235, Ext. 5789. 



Counseling Services Ext. 5790 

The Counseling Service Center helps students make the most of their education through psychological skill development and personal 
growth. We are concerned with the education of the "whole student" with the integration of learning and living. Besides working to 
reduce or eliminate problems that interfere with learning, we attempt to use the problems students bring to us to enhance their problem 
solving skills and their personal resources. The center offers short term counseling on an individual basis as well as group counseling. 
Your relationship with Counseling Services is confidential unless you give written permission for it to be shared or in certain life or 
death emergencies, or by a court order. Another important function of psychological counseling is referral. If someone else on campus 
or in the community can help you with your concerns, counselors will help connect you with that person or office. 



Dr. Jacqueline R. Sheehan, Director 
Ms. Suzanna Adams, Assistant Director 
Mary Ann Roussi, Administrative Assistant 



Lammers Hall Annex 
Extension 5790 



Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP) Ext. 5790 

The Office of Substance Abuse Prevention works in two ways for the campus. OSAP seeks to work with students to prevent alcohol 
and other drug problems, and to provide support for those students who have already developed a problem. As a part of the Counseling 
Center, OSAP offers individual counseling for substance related problems. OSAP works with cooperation from both Academic and 
Student Affairs in trying to change the campus climate concerning alcohol and other drugs. On going projects within the office include 
curriculum infusion, wellness management, and advertising for non-alcoholic programs on campus. The office is located with the 
Counseling Center, Lammers Hall Annex. 

Student Support Services Ext. 5461 

The mission or primary objective of the Student Support Services (SSS) program is to provide appropriate services to students in order 
to retain them to graduation. The program provides a network of workshops that support students in the areas of Math, Science, 
English as a Second Language, Critical Thinking in Reading, Developmental Reading and Study Skills, and Basic Writing. Counseling 
is also provided to support students academically, personally and in making career choices. Program staff are energetic and eager to 
help students succeed. Questions? Contact the Student Support Services program, Wilson Hall, Room C-215. 

Dr. Kamal H. Ali, Director 

Dr. William Thompson, Academic Coordinator 

Debra K. Tynes, Counselor 

Student Administrative Center Ext. 5218 

The Student Administrative Services Center, which includes the Admissions, Billing, Financial Aid and Academic Records offices, 
was opened in June of 2000. This new, all-inclusive center was created to better serve the needs of the WSC students. We are located at 
333 Western Avenue and look forward to serving you throughout the year. Call extension 5218. 



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Visit our Web Site at www.wscma.edu 




Campus Center 

Sun 12:00 pm - 12:00 am, M - W 8:00 am - 12:00 am, Th. - Sat. 8:00 am - 3:00 am 

The Campus Center is the community center of the college, for all members of the college family — 
students, faculty, administration, alumni and guests. It is not just a building, it is also an organization and a 
program. Together they represent a well-considered plan for the community life of the college. The 
Campus Center provides the services, conveniences and amenities the members of the college family need 
in their daily life and for getting to know and understand one another through informal association outside 
the classroom. 

The Campus Center is part of the educational program of the college as well. It serves as a laboratory of 
citizenship training students in social responsibility and for leadership in our community. Through its 
advisory board committees and staff, it provides a cultural, social, and recreational program, aiming to 
make free time activity a cooperative factor with academic study. In all of its processes, the Campus 
Center encourages self-directed student activity, giving maximum opportunity for self-realization and for 
growth in individual social competency and group effectiveness. Its goal is the development of persons as 
well as intellects. The Campus Center serves as a unifying force in the life of the college, cultivating 
enduring regard for, and loyalty to, the college. 

Academic Areas: Art Department - Arno Maris Gallery, College Library, Classrooms and computer labs, 
Communication Department, English Department - Theater Arts Program and Ely Lab Theater. 

Administrative Areas: Fleet Bank ATM (cash dispenser), Follett Inc. bookstore and UPS delivery 
service, Sodexho Marriott food services - Subway sandwich shop & convenience store, Student Affairs 
Departments - Athletics, Judicial Affairs & Vice President of Student Affairs. 

Student Areas: Commuter Council, Class Governments, Class of '03, '04, '05, and '06, The Campus 
Voice (student newspaper), Latino Association for Empowerment (L.A.F.E.), Massachusetts Public 
Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG), Student Government Association Executive Board, Executive 
Secretary and Student Senate, Student National Education Association (S.N.E.A.), Tekoa (student year- 
book), Third World Organization (T.W.O.), WSKB, 89.5 FM (student radio station). 

Other areas located in the Campus Center are: Event and meeting space, Main Office, Service Window, 
Games and Recreation, and Vending. 

Clubs/Organizations: There are over 50 clubs and organizations for students to join. For more informa- 
tion call the Student Government Association at extension 5429. 

Sodexho Marriott Services offers a menu of dining options designed to meet the needs of the entire 
campus community. We offer a variety of menu choices in the Dining Commons, at the Corner Cafe, The 
Nest, Campus Center Subway and Wilson Taco Bell. We also offer catering services and will accommo- 
date student requests for boxed meals to go, "sick meal" orders and special dietary requirements. For 
additional information including hours of operation, please dial extension 5410. 

The Book Store is located at the lower level of the Ely Hail-below the library. Your store manager is 
Cynthia Hamel. Please feel free to contact the Store Manager or any member of our dedicated staff to 
assist you with any questions or special needs you may have. Extension 5657. 

Wellness Center 

Monday - Thursday 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. * 8 Stairclimbers * 1 Rowing Machine 
Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. * 7 Lifecycles * 1 Upper Body Cycle 

Saturday 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. * 4 Treadmills 

Sunday 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. * 3 Elliptical Trainers 

• All staff members are certified by the American Red Cross in Community CPR and/or Standard First 
Aid. 

• Fee per semester: Student $20 on bill, Faculty $35 *Subject to change. 



Sports 



Seventeen varsity teams compete in Division III of the NCAA, which emphasizes the involvement and impact of the athletic 
programs upon the participants rather than on satisfying the entertainment needs of the public. Since the status of any athletic team 
is not dependent upon gate receipts or other revenue, no team is relegated to the category of a "minor sport." In addition, no 
financial aid packages based on a student's athletic abilities are awarded in the NCAA Division III. 

Westfield State College is also a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC), New England College Athletic 
Conference (NECAC) and the eight team Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (MASCAC). Other MASCAC schools 
are Bridgewater State, Fitchburg State, Framingham State, MCLA, Mass Maritime, Salem State and Worcester State. Westfield 
State is well represented in the MASCAC, competing in 13 of the conference's 14 sports. 

Varsity Intercollegiate Teams 



Fall 



Women's 
Cross Country 
Field Hockey 
Soccer 
Volleyball 



Men's 

Cross Country 

Football 

Soccer 



Winter 



Women's 
Basketball 
Indoor Track 
Swimming 
Cheering 



Men's 
Basketball 
Indoor Track 



Spring 



Women's 
Softball 
Outdoor Track 



Men's 
Baseball 
Outdoor Track 



Intramurals 

Westfield State College has a broad spectrum intramurals program designed to meet the needs of the diversified student enrollment. 
More than 30 programs are offered throughout the academic calendar year providing competitive and recreational activities to all 
students, faculty, administrators, alumni and staff. The Jim Banacos Cup is awarded to the male and female teams which accumulate 
the most points during the school year. More than 80 percent of students participate in intramural activities. 



Intramural Activities at Westfield State College 



♦Floor Hockey 
♦Softball 

*5-on-5 Basketball 
*4-on-4 Basketball 
*March Hoop La 



*Golf 
♦Billiards 
♦Ultimate Frisbee 
*Tennis 
♦Flag Football 



♦Soccer 
♦Indoor Soccer 
♦Sand Volleyball 
♦Volleyball 
♦Candlepin Bowling 



*Banacos Road Race 
*Basic Self Defense 



Club Sports 

*Ice Hockey 



^Equestrian 



^Boxing 



♦Martial Arts 



Facilities 

Westfield State's outdoor facilities rank with the finest in the region. The baseball and softball fields are located next to Alumni Field, 
the site of many of the college's varsity and intramural competitions. The AstroTurf playing field has lights for night play and is 
encircled by an eight lane running track. 

Other outdoor facilities include tennis, basketball and volleyball courts. Stanley Park, located adjacent to the complex, is also used by 
students and faculty for many recreational activities. 

Indoor facilities include two gymnasiums and a swimming pool. The most popular facility is the health fitness center that measures 5,760 
square feet and includes universal weights, free weights and aerobic stations. 

Athletic Eligibility 

To be eligible to participate in varsity athletics at Westfield State College, students must carry a minimum of 12 credit hours per 
semester, must pass a minimum of 24 credit hours per year, and must be in good academic standing and making reasonable progress 
toward a degree. Students on academic probation are ineligible for intramural competition. 



Contact Persons: 

Athletics Director: Kenneth Magadan Ext. 5406 
Assistant Athletics Director: Nancy Bals Ext. 5515 
Sports Information Director: Mickey Curtis Ext. 5433 



Visit our web site at www.wsc.ma.edu 



Did You Know? 

As a new student, you'll learn a lot about Westfield State College. Here are 
some fun and interesting facts to get you started. 

The Margin of Excellence 

Ranked #1 among Massachusetts state colleges according to the Arthur Gelb 

Study, "College tO School" (1998 data issued 2000): 

■ Highest GPA earned by students. 

■ Returning to the same college: 2.68. 

■ Highest retention rate within the system: 89%. 

■ Second highest rate of persistence at the same college, 1997-98: 77%. 

42% of varsity athletes earned a 3.0 or better (spring 2001), and 36% achieved 
cumulative GPAs of 3.0 or better. 

Rated fifth safest campus community in Massachusetts (and safest in the public 

higher education System), [sourcerapbnews.com] 

Rated first in Computer Information Systems and second in Computer Science 

among the Massachusetts State Colleges [source: Board of Higher Education CIST report, 1999]. 



Distinctions 

Largest residential population among the nine Massachusetts state colleges- 
60% of undergraduates live on campus. 

Largest Massachusetts college west of I-495. 

Founded in 1838 as the first coeducational institution for teacher preparation 
in the nation. 

One of only two state colleges in Western Massachusetts. 

Only institution in New England offering the bachelor of science in Regional 
Planning. 



Did You Know? 

Attracts students from every county in the Commonwealth-the only truly 
statewide public college. 

Participates in National Student Exchange with over 160 colleges and 
universities across the country. 

All residence hall rooms wired for Internet access. 

Alumni regularly honored for excellence in teaching regionally, and also 
nationally with such distinctions as the Sallie Mae First Class Teacher Award 
(Michelle Gandee '98) and the Disney Company American Teacher Award 
(Andrew Lucia '89). 

Selected outstanding alumni: 

■ Peter P. Laviolette Jr., Class of 1986, coach of New York Islanders (NHL) 
6t former Olympian. 

■ Paula Meara, Class of 1975, first woman metropolitan Chief of Police in 
New England. 

■ Christine Zajac, Class of 1973, teacher featured in Tracy Kidder's best- 
seller, Among Schoolchildren. 

■ Eduardo C. Robreno, Class of 1967, first Cuban-American federal judge. 

■ Nettie Marie Stevens, Class of 1883, scientist who proved how 
chromosomes determine gender. 

Workforce Development 

80% of all Westfield State alumni live in Massachusetts. 

Funds technology at a level higher than most competitors [source: coitegis corporation 

report, 2001]. 

Top five majors lead to graduate school or professional career tracks: 
business, communication, criminal justice, education, and psychology. 





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KIEL ALARCON 

Windsor, VT 
Music, Swimming 
BRIAN ALDRED 
Randolph, MA 
Guitar, Music 
SARAH ALMEIDA 
Rutland, MA 
Drama, Music 
MARCI ANTANAVICA 
Leicester, MA 
Art, Dancing 



GANIENE ASHMAN 

Hudson, MA 
Photography, Music 
BRIAN BABIN 
Sutton, MA 
Fishing, Music 
KAYLA BANASZEK 
Swansea, MA 
Basketball, Softball 
BILL BARTLETT 
Lancaster, MA 
Camping, Fishing 



Windsor H.S. 
Fine Arts 

Boston College H.S. 
Communications 

Wachusett Reg. H.S. 
Communications 

Leicester H.S. 
Social Work 



Assabet Valley R.T. H.S. 
Psychology 

Sutton H.S. 
Psychology 

Joseph Ease H.S. 
Sports Medicine 

Nashoba Reg. H.S. 
Criminal Justice 



NICHOLE BASSETTE 

Ludlow, MA Ludlow H.S. 

Art, Music Education 

CAITLIN BATES 

Harwich, MA Harwich H.S. 

Creative Writing, Running Liberal Arts 

ERIN BATESON 

Andover, MA Andover H.S. 

Ballet, Dancing Education 

MARK BATTISTINI 

Bridgewater, MA Bridgewater-Raynham H.S. 

Track, Weightlifting Criminal Justice 



JOSEPH BEAUDOIN 

North Brookfield, MA 
Football, Weightlifting 
KATIE BENNETT " 
Dorchester, MA 
Dancing, Skiing 
DEANA BIRCH 
Ludlow, MA 
Cheerleading, Choir 
KELLI BISHOP 
Danvers, MA 
Soccer, Softball 



MARISSA BLUME 

Westwood, MA 
Animals, Skiing 
LEA BOLDUC 
Holliston, MA 
Piano, Fitness 
TYLER BOUDREAU 
Framingham, MA 
Business, Computers 
KATHLEEN BROWNLIE 
Nahant, MA 
People, Travel 



N. Brookfield H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Boston Latin Academy 
Education 

Ludlow H.S. 
Psychology 

Danvers H.S. 
Education 



Westwood H.S. 
Undecided 

Holliston H.S. 
Sports Medicine 

Framingham H.S. 
Undecided 

Swampscott H.S. 
Communications 



TIFFANY CALL 

Greenfield, MA 
Volleyball, Shopping 
ANTHONY CALLAHAN 
South Grafton, MA 
Video Games, Paintball 
MAURA CALLAHAN 
Taunton, MA 
Animals, Volunteerism 
ANGELA CARCHIA 
Groton, MA 
Hockey, Softball 



Greenfield H.S. 
Education 

Grafton H.S. 
Communications 

Coyle and Cassidy H.S. 
Education 



Groton Dunstable Reg. H.S. 
Education 



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CHRISTYN CAREY 

Whitman, MA Whitman- 

Honor Society, Student Gov't 
JOSH CARRIG 
Hingham, MA 
Music, Creative Writing 
AMY CARROLL 
Reading, MA Read 

Art, Drama 

AMY CHAMBERLAIN 
Woburn, MA 
Baseball, Music 



Hanson Reg. H.S. 
Psychology 

Hingham H.S. 
Education 

ing Memorial H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

Woburn H.S. 
Communications 



ELIZABETH CHAPMAN 

Planfield, MA Mohawk Trail Reg. H.S. 



Cheerleading, Soccer 
LOUISE CHAPMAN 

Springfield, MA 
Poetry, Running 
KERI CICCARELLI 
Webster, MA 
Basketball, Soccer 
LIAM CLIFFORD 
Dedham, MA 
Basketball, Tennis 



Psychology 

Science & Tech. H.S. 
Pre-Med 

Bay Path Vocational H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Dedham H.S. 
Communications 



GAL COHEN 

Concord, MA 
Animals, Photography 
STEPHANIE COLLINS 

Mansfield, MA 

Choir, Creative Writing 

JANNA COMEAU 

Sharon, MA 

Music, Politics 

BRIAN COOPER 

Chicopee, MA Chicopee Comprehensive H.S. 

Band, Orchestra Accounting 



MATTHEW COPELAND 

Dalton, MA St. Joseph Central H.S. 



Concord-Carlisle H.S. 
Pre-Vet 

Mansfield H.S. 
Science 

Sharon H.S. 
Music 



Forensics, Running 
EILEEN CORRENTI 

Westport, NY 
Dancing, Photography 
CAITLIN COSTELLO 
Reading, MA 
SADD, Track 
JOCELYN COTE 
Salem, MA 
Photography, Soccer 



Criminal Justice 

Westport Central School 
Criminal Justice 

Reading Memorial H.S. 
Education 

Salem H.S. 
Undecided 



Danvers H.S. 
Sports Medicine 



ADAM CRAWFORD 

Ipswich, MA 
Poetry, Soccer 
SEAN CRON1N 

Raynham, MA Bridgewater-Raynham Reg. 

Basketball, Weightlifting Criminal Justice 

BRYAN CROSBY 

Danvers, MA Danvers H.S. 

Camping, Soccer Communications 

MATTHEW CURREN 

North Attleboro, MA N. Attleboro H.S. 

Skiing, Soccer Sports Medicine 



STEPHANIE DA COSTA 

North Attleboro, MA 
People, SADD 
DAN DALEY 
Needham, MA 
Photography, Skateboarding 
JOHN DAVID 
Plymouth, MA 
Forensics, Weightlifting 
MARIA DI GIOVINE 
Waltham, MA 
Music, Drama 



N. Attleboro H.S. 
Education 

The Carrol School 
Education 

Plymouth North H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Waltham H.S. 
Psychology 




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ANTHONY DI PAOLO 

Beverly, MA 
Forensics, Soccer 
JASON DI PRIMIO 

Tewksbury, MA 
Basketball, Football 
MATT DISSELL 
Falmouth, ME 
Track, Weightlifting 
KARA DOLEVA 
Shutesbury, MA 
Basketball, Softball 



KERRI DONOVAN 

Melrose, MA 
Softball, Swimming 
AMY DORSETT 
South Hadley, MA 
Crew, Dancing 
MEGAN DUFF 
Reading, MA 
Photography, Swimming 
CHET DZIVASEN 
Douglas, MA 
Basketball, Music 



TYLER EBBIGHAUSEN 

Hinsdale, NH 
Baseball, Soccer 
RICHELLE EDGE 
Franklin, MA 
Motorcycling, People 
KATHRYN EFFLER 
North Attleboro, MA 
Soccer, Tennis 
AMY EISENMAN 
Sharon, MA 
Volunteerism, Field Hockey 



JAMIE ELMAN 

Sharon, MA 

Diving 

JOHN FALLAVOLLITA 

Sutton, MA 

ROTC, Video Games 

ANDREW FARRELL 

Duxbury, MA 
Basketball, Soccer 
HOLLIE FAVARO 

Norton, MA 
Skiing, People 



LORA FEELEY 

Springfield, MA 

Music, Photography 

JIM FINN 

Weymouth, MA 

Video Games, Snowboarding 

DAVID FIRENZE 

Belmont, MA 

Baseball, Golf 

MICHAEL FOLLIS 

Feeding Hills, MA 

RPG's, War Games 



WILLIAM FRENCH 

Douglas, MA 
Film, Music 
JESSICA FUDA 
Westfield, MA 
Reading, Volunteerism 
KRISTEN GARAND 
Weymouth, MA 
Photography, Tennis 
RYAN GARDINER 
Raynham, MA 
Baseball 



Beverly H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Tewksbury H.S. 
Computer Science 

Falmouth H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Amherst Reg. H.S. 
Business 



Mt. St. Joseph Academy 
Education 



South Hadley H.S. 
Management 

Landmark School 
Business 

Uxbridge H.S. 
Law Enforcement 



Hinsdale H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

Mt. St. Charles H.S. 
Education 

N. Attleboro H.S. 
Management 

Sharon H.S. 
Sociology 



Sharon H.S. 
Psychology 

St. John's H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Duxbury H.S. 
Marketing 

Norton H.S. 
Education 



Cathedral H.S. 
Education 

Weymouth H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Belmont H.S. 
Undecided 

Agawam H.S. 
Education, History 



Uxbridge H.S. 
Communications 

Westfield H.S. 
Education 

Weymouth H.S. 
Journalism 



Bridgewater-Raynham H.S. 
Management 



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BETH GARFIELD 

Brockton, MA 
Forensics, Softball 
DIANE GAUVIN 
Enfield. CT 
Cheerleading. Science 
DAN GERRISH 
Plymouth, MA 
Basketball, Tennis 
ERIC GIRARD 
Danvers, MA 
Skiing, Soccer 



THOMAS GODFREY 

Shrewsbury, MA 
Hiking, Video Games 
PENNY GOLDSTEIN 
Yorktown Heights, NY 
Dancing, Swimming 
BRITTANY GOODNOW 
Bernardston, MA 
Dancing, Soccer 
KEVIN HALL 
Worcester, MA 
Baseball, Track 



Brockton H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Enfield H.S. 
Biology 

Plymouth North H.S. 
Aviation 

Danvers H.S. 
Sports Medicine 



Shrewsbury H.S. 
Education 

Yorktown H.S. 
Education 

Mahar Reg. H.S. 
Education 

Holy Name C.C.H.S. 
Criminal Justice 



CHRISTINA HANKS 




Somers, CT 


Somers H.S. 


Highland Dancing, Pipe Band Education 


PETER HARNOIS 




Taunton, MA 


Taunton H.S. 


Basketball, Video Games 


Pre-Law 


JESSICA HART 




North Reading, MA 


North Reading H.S. 


Cheerleading, Honor Soci 


ety Education 


ELIZABETH HOGAN 




Lynn, MA 


St. Mary's H.S. 


Basketball, Volunteerism 


Social Work 


BILLY JACKSON 




Swampscott, MA 


Swampscott H.S. 


Basketball, Weightlifting 


Mathematics 


MIKE JACKSON 




Foxboro, MA 


Foxboro H.S. 


Basketball, Guitar 


Psychology 


ALLISON JAEGER 




Swampscott, MA 


Swampscott H.S. 


Skiing, Aerobics 


Criminal Justice 


PATRICK JAEHNIG 




Quincy, MA 


Archbishop Williams H.S. 


Baseball, Basketball 


Accounting 


ANDREW JANUS 




Holbrook, MA 


Holbrook Jr. -Sr. H.S. 


Band, Wrestling 


Sociology 


DANIELLE JOHNSON 




Worcester, MA 


Doherty Memorial H.S. 


Animals, Photography 


Graphic Design 


MATT JOHNSON 




Canton, MA 


Canton H.S. 


Baseball, Skiing 


Business 


BRIAN JONES 




Hyannis, MA 


Barnstable H.S. 


Football, Skiing 


Sports Medicine 



RACHEL KELLY 

Westford, MA 
DECA, Photography 
JACQUELYN KENT 
Scituate, MA 
Skiing, Soccer 
LAURA KINGSLEY 
Westboro, MA 
Volleyball, Snowboarding 
ANDREA KITTAY 
Sudbury, MA 
Music, Photography 



Westford Academy 
Political Science 

Scituate H.S. 
Education 

Westboro H.S. 
Education 

Lincoln-Sudbury Reg. H.S. 
Undecided 




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KAYTA KOEHLER-RICE 

Concord, MA 

Basketball, Water Skiing 

KRYSTAL KORZA 

Northampton, MA 

Softball 

KIMBERLY KUZMESKUS 

Suffield, CT 

Dancing, Hockey 

ROBERT LAILER 

Chelmsford, MA 

Golf, Volleyball 



Concord-Carlisle H.S. 
Science 

Northampton H.S. 
Undecided 

Suffield H.S. 
Pre-Med 

Chelmsford H.S. 
Criminal Justice 



ANDREW LAMOTHE 

Chicopee, MA Chicopee Comprehensive H.S. 



Basketball, Music 
HEIDI LANE 

Holliston, MA 
Cheerleading, Gymnastics 
MICHAEL LAWLOR 

Marshfield, MA 
Basketball, Skiing 
THOMAS LAYMAN 

Pembroke, MA 
Baseball, Basketball 



History 

Holliston H.S. 
Education 

Marshfield H.S. 
Computer Science 

Silver Lake Reg. H.S. 
Liberal Arts 



Attleboro H.S. 
History 



SARAH LE FRANCOIS 

Attleboro, MA 

Music, Swimming 

JESSALYNN LEONARD 

Hyannis, MA Barnstable H.S. 

Camping, Cheerleading Accounting 

ANNA-CHRISTINE LEONARDO 

Warren, MA Quaboag Reg. H.S. 



PAUL LE SAGE 




Maynard, MA 


Maynard H.S. 


Football, Weightlifting 


Education 


MONICA LETOURNEAU 


Worcester, MA 


Holy Name C.C.H.S. 


Aerobics, Swimming 


Psychology 


ANDREA LIMOGES 




Attleboro, MA 


Attleboro H.S. 


Forensics, People 


Criminal Justice 


THOMAS LORE 




Hadley, MA 


Hopkins Academy 


Basketball, Golf 


Computer Science 


JAMES LOUF 




Peabody, MA 


Peabody H.S. 


Basketball, Snowboarding 


Liberal Arts 


JODI LUCAS 




Ludlow, MA 


Ludlow H.S. 


Soccer, Student Gov't. 


Education 


DANIEL LUCIA 




Windsor, CT 


Windsor H.S. 


Baseball, Football 


Education 


NICOLE LUSSIER 




Charlton, MA 


Shepherd Hill Reg. H.S. 


Cheerleading, Gymnastics 


Business 


ASHLEY LYNCH 




Harwich, MA 


Harwich H.S. 


Dancing, Skiing 


Education 



ADRIENNE MACCAFERRI 

Plymouth, MA Plymouth North H.S. 

People, Soccer Psychology 

CRAIG MAC DONALD 

Watertown, MA Watertown H.S. 

Golf, Hockey Business 

DAVID MACHNIK 

Palmer, MA Pathfinder Reg. Vo.-Tech. H.S 

Camping, Christianity Computer Science 

WILLIAM MAGDALENSKY 

Florence, MA Northampton H.S. 

Computers, Track Accounting 



LAUREN MAGHlNl 

Bristol, CT 

Art, Photography 

EUGENE MAKOW1CZ 

Easthampton, MA 

Film, Guitar 

MEG MANDELLO 

Chelmsford, MA 

Cheerleading, Weightlifting 

MICHAEL MANISCALCHI 

Southwick, MA Southwick-Tolland Reg. H.S. 

Art, Guitar Music 



Bristol Central H.S. 
Education 

Holyoke Catholic H.S. 
Psychology 

Chelmsford H.S. 
Communications 



LYNN MARCOLINI 

Milford, MA 
Dancing, Aerobics 
KELLY MAREK 

Easthampton, MA 

JOSEPH MARSHALL 

Uxbridge, MA 

Art, Film 

JOSHUA MATTHY 

Mendon, MA 
Computers, Music 

SHAUN MAYNARD 

Enfield, CT 

FBLA, Guitar 

LAURA MC CORMACK 

Saugus, MA 

Swimming 

MARY MC CORMICK 

Springfield, MA 

Volleyball, Martial Arts 

SHAWN MC CORQUODALE 

Royalston, MA 

Basketball, Track 



Milford H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

Easthampton H.S. 
Psychology 

Uxbridge H.S. 
Marketing 

Nipmuc Reg. H.S. 
Computer Science 



Fermi H.S. 
Business 

Bishop Fenwick H.S. 
English 

Springfield Central H.S. 
Pre-Law 



Athol H.S. 
Sports Medicine 



LAUREN MC DERMOTT 

East Bridgewater, MA 
Cheerleading, Dancing 
KATHLEEN MC KEE 
Longmeadow, MA 
Art, Dancing 

MICHAEL MC LAUGHLIN 
Holyoke, MA 
Golf, Weightlifting 
JOHN MC MAHAN 
Wilmington, MA 



LANE MESKEVICH 

Russell, MA 
Business, Soccer 
AMANDA MOLHAN 
North Reading, MA 
Music, Drama 
KELLIE MOLONEY 
Waltham, MA 
People, Running 
CHARLES MONFETT 
Holyoke, MA 
Football, Weightlifting 

RYAN MORASH 

Lynnfield, MA 
Computers, Video Games 
JONATHAN MORRISON 
North Reading, MA 
Football, Science 
RYAN MULDOON 
Mattapoisett, MA 
Music, Skiing 
MICHAEL MULLEN 
Palmer, MA 
Bowling, Boxing 



I. Bridgewater H.S. 
Psychology 

Longmeadow H.S. 
Education 

Holyoke H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Wilmington H.S. 



Gateway Reg. H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

North Reading H.S. 
Education 

Waltham H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Holyoke H.S. 
Criminal Justice 



Willow Hill H.S. 
Undecided 



North Reading H.S. 
Sociology, Criminal Justice 

Old Rochester Reg. H.S. 
Education 

Palmer H.S. 
Criminal Justice 




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SHANNON MURPHY 

Walpole, MA 
Photography, Poetry 
BRENDA MYERS 
Enfield, CT 
Basketball, People 
SEBASTIAN NAPOLITANO 
Westwood, PA 
Chess, Computers 
HEATHER O'BRYAN 
Hudson, MA 
Photography, Volleyball 



Walpole H.S. 
Education 

Enfield H.S. 
Psychology 

Westwood H.S. 
Computer Science 

Hudson H.S. 
Communications 



DAN O'CONNELL 

Bridgewater, MA Bridgewater-Raynhom Reg. 

Basketball, Skiing Criminal Justice 

LAUREN O' HALLORAN 

Marshfield, MA Marshfield H.S. 

Dancing, Skiing Liberal Arts 

COLIN O'HARA 

Needham, MA Catholic Memorial H.S. 

Guitar, Soccer Psychology 

MICHELLE O'LAUGHLIN 

Reading, MA Reading Memorial H.S. 

Volleyball, Water Skiing Psychology 



STEVE ORSZULAK 

Springfield, MA 
Computers, Sports 
JULIA PAONE 
North Reading, MA 
Dancing, Soccer 
MATTHEW PAQUETTE 
Plymouth, MA 
Baseball, Weightlifting 
ERICA PARADIS 
Worcester, MA 
Languages, Math 



CHRIS PARKER 

Springfield, MA 
Camping, Football 
SHANNON PARKER 
Danvers, MA 
Basketball, People 
KYLE PASTORI 
Sheffield, MA 
Computers, Video Games 
JOSHUA PAUL 
Worcester, MA 
Guitar, Weightlifting 



TIMOTHY PENNINGTON 

East Longmeadow, MA 
Hiking, Skateboarding 
SARAH PERKINS 
Bedford, MA 
Forensics, Music 
TODD PERRAULT 
Pittsfield, MA 
Baseball, Soccer 
NICHOLAS PESCITELLI 
Westfield, MA 
Basketball, Soccer 



BRIAN PETERSON 

Maynard, MA 
Camping, Motorcycling 
LINA PIETRONIRO 
Springfield, MA East 

Music, Volleyball 
ELIZABETH PIPONIDIS 
East Longmeadow, MA 
Dancing, Ballet 
DIANE POIRIER 
Lexington, MA Lexington 

Art, People 



Catheral H.S. 
Computer Science 

North Reading H.S. 
Education 

Plymouth South H.S. 
Science 

Leicester H.S. 
Criminal Justice 



Springfield Central H.S. 
Education 



Danvers H.S. 
Computer Science 

Mt. Everett H.S. 
Computer Science 

Holy Name H.S. 
Education 



East Longmeadow 
Computer Science 

Bedford H.S. 
Education 

Pittsfield H.S. 
Humanities 

Westfield H.S. 
History 



Maynard H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Longmeadow H.S. 
Sociology 

East Longmeadow 
Psychology 

Christian Academy 
Education 



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MATTHEW PROVOST 

Chicopee, MA 
Golf, Music 
MARK PUCHALSKI 
S. Deerfield, MA 
Baseball. Football 
SHANNON QUINN 
Granby, CT 

JENNIFER RAHWAN 

Westwood, MA 
Basketball, Dancing 



CHRISTOPHER RANDALL 

Northboro, MA 
Music, Tennis 
EMILY RANSOM 
Walpole, MA 
Dancing, Newspaper 
NICOLE RICCHIAZZI 
South Barre, MA 
Honor Society, Yearbook 
DANIEL RICHTON 
Longmeadow, MA 
Travel, Automobiles 



MICHELLE RIZK 

Walpole, MA 
Photography. Sculpture 
SETH ROBERTS 
Springfield, MA 
Baseball, Soccer 
CHRISTINA RODRIGUEZ 
Jamacia Plain, MA 

KELLEY ROGERS 

Arlington, MA 
Dancing, Snowboarding 



JEFF ROSE 

Dalton, MA 
Basketball, Football 
NATHAN ROSSI 
Worcester, MA 
Guitar, Photography 
HEATHER ROY 
Westfield, MA 
Animals, Camping 
CAITLIN RYAN 
Florence, MA 
Art, Languages 



Chicopee H.S. 
Undecided 

Frontier Reg. H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Granby Memorial H.S. 



Westwood H.S. 
Education 



Algonquin Reg. H.S. 
Psychology, English 

Walpole H.S. 
Education 

Quabbin Reg. H.S. 
Education 

Longmeadow H.S. 
Education 



Walpole H.S. 
Psychology 

S.A.B.I.S.H.S. 
Education 

Boston Latin School 



Arlington H.S. 
Undecided 



Wahconah H.S. 
Criminal Justice 



Doherty Memorial H.S. 
Philosophy 

St. Mary H.S. 
Education 

Northampton H.S. 
Education 



KEVIN RYNKOWSKI 

Beverly, MA 
Baseball, Computers 
PETER SALOMONE 
Sharon, MA 
Film, Music 

LINDSEY SANTANIELLO 
East Longmeadow, MA 
Dancing, Swimming 
BRIAN SCHACHT 
Wallingford, CT 
Football, Weightlifting 



DANIEL SCHEPIS 

Norton, MA 
Boxing, Military 
RICKY SENECAL 
Shrewsbury, MA 
Reading, Volleyball 
CAROLINE SHANNON 
Somerset, MA 
Art, Cheerleading 
MIKAELA SHEA KENNEY 
Walpole, MA 
Cheerleading, ROTC 



Beverly H.S. 
Business 

Sharon H.S. 
Communications 

East Longmeadow 
Business 

Sheehan H.S. 
Education 



Norton H.S. 
Criminal Justice 

Shrewsbury H.S. 
Education 

Somerset H.S. 
Education 

Hull H.S. 

Nursing 




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RYAN SHIMMON 




Great Barrington, MA Monument Mtn. Reg. H.S. 


Baseball, Basketball 


Education 


ALANA SIGNOR 




East Windsor, CT 


East Windsor H.S. 


Drama, Music 


Communications 


JESSICA SILVA 




Feeding Hills, MA 


H.S. of Commerce 


Music, Volunteerism 


Criminal Justice 


KATE SIMONDS 




East Canaan, CT Housatonic Valley Reg. H.S 


Basketball, Softball 


Education 


NATHAN SKIBA 




Feeding Hills, MA 


Agawam H.S. 


Baseball, Camping 


Communications 


JENNIFER SKLAR 




Needham, MA 


Needham H.S. 


Music, People 


Management 


SHANNON SLAVIS 




Huntington, MA 


South Hadley H.S. 


Photography, Yearbook 


Criminal Justice 


MATTHEW SMART 




Uxbridge, MA 


Uxbridge H.S. 


Crew, Tennis 


Political Science 


ANDREW SMITH 




Quincy, MA 


Quincy H.S. 


Soccer, Snowboarding 


Bus. Management 


KIMBERLY SMITH 




Way land, MA 


Way land H.S. 


Camping, Softball 


History Education 


REBECCA SMITH 




North Attleboro, MA 


N. Attleboro H.S. 


Band, Music 


Music Education 


STEPHANIE SMITH 




Feeding Hills, MA 


Agawam H.S. 


Animals, Environment 


Science 


RACHEL SMOLSKI 




Burlington, MA 


Burlington H.S. 


Aerobics, Water Skiing 


Education 


JEFF SOMBRONSKY 




Marshfield, MA 


Marshfield H.S. 


Motorcycling, Surfing 


Liberal Arts 


NICK SOWA 




Belchertown, MA 


Belchertown H.S. 


Music, Hockey 


Education 


SHANE SUDOL 




W. Milford, NJ 


W. Milford Twp. H.S. 


Hockey, Volleyball 


Communications 


ADAMTABAKA 




Southampton, MA 


Hampshire Reg. H.S. 


AARON TAUSCHER 




Easthampton, MA 


Easthampton H.S. 


Bicycling, Photography 


Business 


MICHAEL TEIXEIRA 




Raynham, MA 


Coyle-Cassidy H.S. 


Baseball, Guitar 


Education 


ANDREW THOMPSON 




Dartmouth, MA 


Dartmouth H.S. 


Baseball, Football 


Criminal Justice 


KATELYN TORRES 




Burlington, MA 


Burlington H.S. 


Swimming, Travel 


Education 


PATRICK TOWNER 




Rutland, MA 


Wachusett H.S. 


Golf, Guitar 


Business 


MARISA TROMPKE 




Granby, MA 


Granby Jr.-Sr. H.S. 


Drama, ATV Riding 


Education 


JESSICA ULMER 




Belchertown, MA 


Belchertown H.S. 


Choir, Poetry 


Education 



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KIMBERLY URBAN 




Turners Falls. MA 


Turners Falls H.S. 


Animals, Piano 


Business 


STEPHANIE VAN GEYTE 


Danvers, MA 


Danvers H.S. 


Art, Choir 


Education 


KRISTEN VARLEY 




Holliston, MA 


Holliston H.S. 


Art, Dancing 


Undecided 


MEREDITH VARNUM 




West Warren, MA 


Quaboag Reg. H.S. 


Music, People 


Psychology 


DANIEL VEALE 




Ware, MA 


Ware H.S. 


Soccer, Paintball 


Criminal Justice 


LINDSAY VOLLMAR 




Reading, MA 


Reading Memorial H.S. 


Animals, Art 


Science 


AMANDA WALLACE 




Hudson, MA 


Assabet Valley Voc. Sch. 


Dancing, Art 


Education 


ILANA WALOVITCH 




Framingham, MA 


Framingham H.S. 


Dancing, Hockey 


Sports Medicine 


ALYSON WALSH 




Middleton, MA 


Masconomet H.S. 


Film, Softball 


Sociology 


HEATHER WENNINGER 


Chicopee, MA Chicopee Comprehensive H.S. 


Running, Track 


Sports Medicine 


RACHEL WHITE 




Florence, MA 


Northampton H.S. 


Music, Animals 


Education 


SHANNON WILGA 




Dudley, MA 


Shepherd Hill H.S. 


Drama, Guitar 


Communications 


BRETT WILLIAMS 




Scituate, MA 


Scituate H.S. 


Animals, Music 


Science 


JEFFREY WILLIAMS 




Carlisle, MA 


Carroll School 


Camping, War Hammer 


History 


LINDSEY WILLIAMS 




Swampscott, MA 


Bishop Fenwick H.S. 


Orchestra, Swimming 


Communications 


MICHAEL WILLIAMS 




Montague, MA 


Turners Falls H.S. 


Football, Golf 


Liberal Arts 


KATY WINTER 




Rowley, MA 


Triton H.S. 


Basketball, Track 


Management 


MARK YOCIUS 




Poquonock, CT 


Windsor H.S. 


Environment, Soccer 


Movement Science 





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KAITLYN CHAMBERS Waltham. MA NICOLE EMANUEL Marshfield, MA DAVID PAGEAU Charlton, MA 

Art, Soccer Criminal Justice Creative Writing, Travel Liberal Arts Art, Music History 

TASHA CLOSE Springfield, MA LAUREN MC CALL Norton, MA 

Honor Society, Music Undecided Boxing, Crafts Social Work 



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