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FOOTPRINTS 1990



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MEMORIES OF




/ will remember all of the great friends that I have made, the
supportive professors and the wonderful education that I have
obtained.

— L.M.



All the great friends I have made in my four years here and the
education I received to help me in life. I will miss everything about
St. Joe's and hope that when I look in my yearbook, it will bring
back many fond memories!! P.S. The Triangle lives forever.

— C.C.



I II always remember the feeling of home and comfort; but never the
feeling of just being another lily in a field.

— M.A.R.



Dance Club and Fashion Club practices; throwing the show
together the night before.

— C.P.



Jennifer. Cathy. Tara. Sylvia. Liz and every laugh and
tear we ever shared.

— D.G.



Success, failure and the ability to learn from each.

— LP.



Driving 45 minutes to school in heavy traffic to cut
classes and hang out.

— J.L.



Warm atmosphere and friends.
— G.L.



Winning the 1988 King of Kings Tournament and the
jubilation after winning the "cup".

— R.N.




It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of
wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was St. Joe's.

— E.K.




The bear at the Halloween mixer; T.S. Eliot flashbacks; the
horror, the horror; Mr. Farrell's "safe home"; I'm going to
snooze. God bless you; George killed my fruit flies.

— KG.



We'll always remember Mr. Farrell and the "springboard ".

— C.K. & T.W.



Trying to get work in on time — especially Chem Labs.

— D.M.B.



ST. JOSEPH'S



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enrollment to create a family atmosphere.

— R.B. & C.F.



St. Joe's . . . thanks for the memories.
— C.H.



"My friends'' — the few but the BEST and all the
laughs we shared — ski trips. Cut that hair!; Where's
the rest of the . . . ? and so many more. Encore
Everyone!

— S.S.



Having considered (for about half an hour) how to
answer this question and painstakingly deciding that
it was best left unanswered.

— J.M.



My run in with S. Josephine concerning my lateness. I
was never late after that. She, along with Dr. Nevins,
really inspired my love of learning outside the formal
setting. They encouraged my love of learning —
helped make it logical.

— J.



The bus ride home from the ski trip in '88; "Paradise by the
Dashboard Lights "; and waiting around for those 3:00 Speech
classes.

— E.R.



Two fun-filled and torturous semesters I spent with Chapel
Players.

— W.D.T.



My four' "college friends ". Psych 101. ski trip 88 bus rides and
thumper games.

— J. P.



The old rec room and seven game ping pong marathons.



— D.D.




Reach for the stars. You might not always make it, but you won't
end up with a handful of mud either.

— PC.



All the care and concern the faculty and staff displayed towards
me. They made me feel special from the first day & every day
thereafter. I'll always remember them for that.

— E.A.



The Rock & Roll Extravaganza: the Rolling Stones with Tar a,
Cathy, Sylvia, Jennifer & me.

— K.F.



Friendship, everlasting friendship.
— AD.



The good times were good, and the bad times were bad, but I
wouldn't change a thing about my four years at St. Joe's.

— J.M.



I remember laughing a lot & singing Christmas carols
around a cafeteria table while everyone else did their
projects for Jane Ashdown.

— E. T. W.





J he 19 9 edition of
FOOTPRINTS is dedicated
to the ideal of freedom. Too often,
we take for granted the precious
gift of freedom which each of us
possesses. The Class of 1990
would like to take this
opportunity to recognize this gift
which allows us to speak our
minds, make choices, and work
toward reaching our full
potential.



M2* very thing that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual
who can labor in freedom. "

— Albert Einstein




1990 is a year of transition which marks the begin-
ning of a new and the closing of an old decade.

FOOTPRINTS has chosen a bridge as its theme to
represent the end of a segment of our academic careers
and the start of a journey toward achievement, success,
and happiness. The bridge also symbolizes the some-
times long and difficult road we have travelled during
our time at St. Joseph's, and the sense of accomplish-
ment we feel in completing the crossing.




"I just couldn't resist!"




"Superwoman ... my alter ego."




"My locker is eating my arm!"




"Do you mind, this is a private call!!!'



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ADMINISTRATION

FACULTY

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S. George Aquin O'Connor, Ph.D., LL.D.
President





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S. Mary Florence Burns, Ph.D.
Academic Vice President



S. Margaret Buckley, Ed.D.
Academic Dean




Ms. Rosalie Tutino, M.A.
V.P. for Development
& College Relations





S. Elizabeth Hill, J.D.
Executive Asst. to the President




S. Teresa Avila Burke, Ph.D.
Dean of Students



Mr. Thomas Travis, Ph.D.
Dean of Division of General Studies





S. John Raymond McGann, Ph.D.
Assistant to the President



Mr. John Roth, M.B.A.
Chief Business Officer



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Deborah DeJohn, M.S.

Dir. of Counseling

and Career Services




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Sherrie VanArnam, B.A.
Dir. of Sfudent Activities




Rev. Dennis McAuliffe, Ph.D.
Campus Minister



Rev. Martin Kull, M.Div.
Campus Minister





S Irene Veronica VanWestering, M.S.
20 Coordinator of Compliance Programs



Mary Elizabeth Farrell, B.A.
Director of Alumni Relations




Elizabeth McKaigney, M.B.A.

Asst. Professor of Business

Associate Chairperson




John Arnez, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics





George Fasano, C.P.A.
Asst. Professor of Business



Michael McDonough, C.P.A.
Lecturer in Business




Lenore Kelly, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology
Associate Chairperson




Raymond D'Angelo, Ph.D.
Assoc. Professor of Sociology



21




S Teresa Avila Burke, Ph.D.

Professor of History

Chairperson





S Myra Paul Mansfield, M.A.
Asst. Professor of History



S Helene Ciborski, M.A.
Asst. Professor of History




22



Angelo Araimo, M.A.

Lecturer in History

and Political Science




Jeffrey Kraus, Ph.D.
Lecturer in Political Science




Margaret Jennings, Ph.D.

Professor of English

Chairperson




S Mary Florence Burns, Ph.D.
Professor of English





Dorothy King, Ph.D.
Assoc. Professor of English



Louise Rose, M.A.
Asst. Professor of English




S Kathleen Loughlin, Ph.D. Cand.
Asst. Professor of English




Patricia Gabel, M.A.
Asst. Professor of English



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S John Raymond McGann, L.H.D.

Professor of Education

Chairperson



S Margaret Buckley, Ed.D.
Professor of Education




Deborah DeJohn, M.S.
Counseling & Career Serv.





Stanley Nevins, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy

Chairperson




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Elizabeth Anslow, Ph.D.

Assoc. Professor of Psychology

Associate Chairperson




S Rosamond O'Keefe, M.S.
Asst. Professor of Psychology




Jane Ashdown, Ph.D.

Instructor of Child Study

Associate Chairperson




S Helen Kearney, Ph.D.

Instructor of Child Study

Director of The Dillon Center






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S Anne Behre, Ed.D.
Assoc. Professor of Child Study



S Rosemarie Lesser, M.A.
Lecturer in Child Study




S Patricia Dittmer, Ph.D.
Instructor of Child Study




Susan Straut Collard, Ph.D Cand.
Instructor of Child Study



25




David Seppala-Holtzman, D. Phil.

Assoc. Professor of Mathematics

Chairperson




Karen Auh, M.S.
Asst. Professor of Mathematics




Edward Grant, M.S.
Lecturer in Computer Science




John F. Waters, M.S.
Lecturer in Mathematics
and Computer Science




26



S Josephine Marie Cavanaugh, S.T.D.

Professor of Religious Studies

Chairperson




Rev. Richard Ferris, S.T.L.
Lecturer in Religious Studies




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John Seekamp, Ph.D.

Assoc. Professor of Spanish

Chairperson



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Robert Radus, Ph.D.
Professor of French




Eileen Capone, M.F.A.

Asst. Prof, of Speech Communication

Chairperson




Arthur Martello, M.S.
Lecturer in Speech Communication




Edward McCormack, M.A.
Lecturer in Speech Communication




Barbara Pasternack, M.A.T., C.C.C.
Lecturer in Speech Communication



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Carol Hayes, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

Chairperson





Moira Royston, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology




Rosemarie Emmerich, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biology



Robert C. Horan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biology




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S. Mary Maier, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

Chairperson




S. Mary Corde Tymann, M.S.
Associate Professor of Physics




Josephine Belloso, M.A.

Asst. Professor of Art

Departmental Representative





Joyce Solomon Moorman, Ed.D.
Lecturer in Music




S. Alice Francis Young



S. Amata Kadlack




S. Ann Edmund Carey



Not Photographed:

Ronald Rinehart, Ph.D.
Asst. Professor of Chemistry



29



DILLON CENTER




Sister Patricia Dittmer, Linda Fisk, Sister Katherine Burke, Louise Green, Rose Alicea, Liane Van Slyck, Debra
Pamela McNeela, Mary King, Eileen O'Donnell Gonsalves, Madonna McGinty, Pamela Albert



LIBRARY




Lucy Torres, Gerald Padecky, Sister Teresa Ryan (Administrative Librarian), Agnes Montero, Sister Mary
Winifred Grass, Ida Creighton, Dorothy Dorosh



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REGISTRAR'S OFFICE





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Mary Francis
Secretary



BUSINESS OFFICE




Georgeann Kelly
Controller




Maryann DeLuca
Assistant Controller



Lisa Chung, Johanna Johnsen, Ruthy Danvers



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FINANCIAL AID



Mary Haarmann



Carol Sullivan,
Director



Marge Dunkel,
Counselor




ADMISSIONS




Eileen Darcy



Michal Blackwood



Tom Stenson,
Counselor



Marcia Swaybill
Counselor



Joan Wirth



Angelo Araimo,
Director



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DEVELOPMENT,
COLLEGE RELATIONS & ALUMNI




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Ruth Davis, Marie Grace, Clare Bauch, Mary E. Farrell, Kyle Svenningsen, Marcha Gonsalves,
Roxey Taylor



PLANT STAFF




Herminia Albaladejo


Juanita Figueroa




Gerald Alston


Reyita Figueroa




Ana Ayala


Minnie Gaskin




Ricardo Ayala


Juan Martines




Peter DeFeo


Armondo Sanchez




Henry Dorta


Alston Spooner




Joseph Farrell


Betty Workman




Andrew Fleming


Charles Zink






Director





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Rosemary Chapman



Sharon Waverly



Melodie Horan




Catherine Greco




Charles Zink



Dan Lynch



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H The Board of Trustees
The President and the Faculty

of

Saint Joseph's College

request the honor of your presence

at the

Commencement Exercises

on Friday, the eighth of June,

Nineteen hundred and ninety

at five o'clock

on the Mall

Brooklyn Campus



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Joan C. Albrecht, B.A.

Child Study



Yvonne Amuzu-Williams, B.A.

Psychologij




Lucia Andriani, B.A.

Child Study




Elizabeth M. Audouin, B.A.

Psychology



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Gerard Anthony Bellettiere, B.A.

Speech Communication



Rosita Betancourt Castillo, B.A.

Child Study/ Special Education




Philip Gerard Ciantro, B.S.

Chemistry




Christopher John Crisona, B.A.

E)iglish



37





Noreen Teresa Daly, B.A.

Child Study



Awilda De La Rosa, B.S.

Biology





Daniel De Prima, B.A.

Human Relations



Joanne Celeste Ellison, B.A.

Social Science



38





Christine Fitzgerald, B.A.

Child Study /Special Education



Kathleen M. Fitzgerald, B.A.

Child Study




Dawn Marie Gallagher, B.A.

Child Study




Therese L. Geary, B.A.

Child Study/Special Education



39





Paola Teresa Giardino, B.A.

Child Study



Maureen Glynn-Murphy, B.A.
Child Study




Karen R. Graham, B.A.

English




Angela Marie Guastella, B.A.

Child Study/ Special Education



40




Carol Anne Hallinger, B.S.

Biology





Christopher John Hamel, B.S.

Biology




Aileen Harnj, B.S.

Accounting



Ruth D. Santiago, de Jimenez, B.A.

Child Study



41





Cathy Kean, B.A.

Speech Communication



Edward Francis Kelly, B.S.

Business Administration





Patricia Ann Kiziuk, B.S.

Business Administration



Jean F. Lawrence, B.S.

Business Administration



42





George Chew Lo, B.S.

Biology



Maureen Theresa Maguire, B.A.

Child Study /Special Education




Maria D. Maniace, B.A.

English




Paula L. Mapes, B.A.

Child Study



43





Donna B. Marrone, B.A.

Child Study



Elizabeth G. McHugh, B.A.

History





James D. McLaughlin, B.S.

Biology



Arlene McMenemon, B.A.

Child Study



44





John P. Mellone, B.A.

History



Nanctj Patricia Mojica, B.A.

Child Study





Diana Monaco, B.S.

Chemistry



Donn Renee Morson, B.A.

Child Study



45





Leila N. Blut-Moschella, B.A.

Child Study



Randy James Neiswenter, B.A.

Social Science




Jennifer Darcy Palmer, B.A.

Child Study




Christian Anthony Parcell, B.A.

Human Relations



46





Louis Anthony Perfetto, Jr., B.A.

Speech Communication



Concetto Perillo, B.A.

Psychology




Michelle Andrea Radix, B.S.

Accounting




Elizabeth Ann Rollo, B.A.

Child Study



47




Sylvia Satjer, B.A.

Psychology





Juliet Frances Smith, B.A.

Speech Communication




William Turner, B.A.

Human Relations



Susann Varano, B.S.

Biology



48




Eileen Tara Walls, B.A.

Speech Communication





Wednesday I. Webb, B.A.

Social Science/Sociology



Not Pictured
Mark Vincent Esposito, B.A.

Social Science

Lisa Paone, B.S.
Chemistry

Adele M. Schroeter, B.A.

Child Study

Stephanie Spataro, B.A.

Child Study

Noel Gerard Bascon Tibajia, B.S.

Chemistry



Eric David Wilkinson, B.A.

Child Study



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FOOTPRINTS



ne night a man had a dream.
He dreamed he was walking along the beach with the LORD.
Across the sky flashed scenes from his life.
For each scene, he noticed two sets of footprints in the sand;
one belonging to him, and the other to the LORD.
When the last scene of his life flashed before him,
he looked back at the footprints in the sand.
He noticed that many times along the path of his life
there was only one set of footprints.
He also noticed that it happened at the very lowest
and saddest times in his life.

This really bothered him and he questioned the LORD about it.
"LORD, you said that once I decided to follow you,
you'd walk with me all the way.

But I have noticed that during the most troublesome times
in my life there is only one set of footprints.

I don't understand why when I needed you most you would leave me.
The LORD replied, "My precious, precious child, I love you
and I would never leave you.
During your times of trial and suffering,
when you see only one set of footprints,
it was then that I carried you."



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Jennifer Palmer



Patricia Kiziuk



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"Here lies my past. Good-bye I have kissed it; thank
you, kids. I wouldn't have missed it."

— Ogden Nash




Danny

"Don't worry about it.




Randy

"There will be times when my crimes will seem almost
unforgivable, but I have to make this life livable. "

— Martin L. Gore



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Maria

"Far away, there in the sunshine are my highest aspira-
tions. I may not reach them but I can look up and see
their beauty, believe in them and try to follow where
they lead. "

— Louisa May Alcott



Karen
"This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must
follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false
to any man. "

— Shakespeare





Michelle

"To be well educated and successful is one thing in life
to enjoy, but to be well educated and free to live life as
you wish is one of the best pleasures one could ever
achieve. "



Louis

"Step by step you will ascend the staircase to success.



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Gerard

"God, Grant me die serenity to accept the things I
catmot change, courage to change those I can, and the
wisdom to know the difference. "

— Unknown




Maureen

"If yon have built castles in the air, your work need not
be lost; that is where they should be. Noiv put the
foundations under them. "

— H. D. Thoreau





Patricia



Chris

"No bird soars too high, if he soars with his own
ivings. "

J.M.



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Dawn




"Get yourself together, get ready for something new.
For once in your lifetime, you're gonna have a dream
come true." —Vito Albano

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Tara

"Growing up is awfidler than all the awfid things that
ever were. "

— Peter Pan



Jennifer



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Cathy

"Time it was, and what a time it was, it was — A time of
innocence, a time of confidences — preserve your
memories, they're all that's left you."

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Sylvia

"Here's to days gone by, to the life that used to be. Let
the wine of friendship never run dry. May we find our
bliss in our destiny. "

— Les Miserables





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Angela

"My two passions, teaching and Patrick; and St. Jos-
eph's brought them both into my life. Thanks!"





Lucia



Juliet

"Life may be filled with obstacles, but faith can make
yon overcome them. "



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Will-e
"I'm going shopping. I need a new purple outfit. "




Carol

"Grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot
change. Courage to change the things we can and
wisdom to know the difference. "

— Unknown




George

"A friend asks only for your time not your money.




Susann

"What makes that little ant think he can move that
rubber tree plant . . . high hopes! Don't give up on your
dreams, they are what keeps us going!"



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Diana

"Now I believe there comes a time, when everything,
just falls in line, we live and learn from our mistakes —
the deepest wounds are healed by faith. "

— Pat Benatar



Phil

"I want to run, I want to hide, I want to tear down these
walls that hold me inside. I want to reach out and touch
the flame, where the streets have no name."

—U2





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Connie

"If the world was a chocolate bar, I ivould want to be
an almond nut."




Paola

"Most of all, I want to love without barriers, with eyes
laughing and hearts singing and caution abandoned to
the clouds. "

— Unknown




Rosie

"Sincere and heartfelt thanks to everyone who has
made this day possible."

"Sinceras gracias de todo corazbn a todos los que
hicieron este dia posible. "




Christine

"To all , my love and thanks; to Mom, Michael, and
especially Danny, without you guys, 1 wouldn't have
made it."





Elizabeth

"If you think you are beaten, you are; if you think you dare
not, you don 't; if you 'd like to win, but you think you can 't, it's

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success begins with a fellow's will; it's all in me state of

mind." ., ,

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Nancy

"The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our
doubts of today. "

— Franklin D. Roosevelt





Yvonne

FPerhaps the most valuable result of all education is the
ability to make yourself do the things you hate to do, when it
ought to be done ..."

— Thomas Huxley



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Leila

"Thanks Frank and Frankie Jr., I wouldn't have been
able to do it without yon both. "



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"The biggest mistake anyone can make is not to make
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to be where I'm going

but I'm too old to go back again. "

— John Prine



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CLUBS

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UNDERGRADUATE ASSOCIATION

OFFICERS



President:
Louis Perfetto

I ice President:
Filomena Scibelli




COUNCIL and SENATE




Council:

Chris Crisona Ann Mullin

Jim McLaughlin Robert Perfetto

Parliamentarian: Danielle J anus z

Class Representatives:
Senior: Christopher Hamel

Junior: Louise Bogue
Sophomore: Kristine Kresse
Freshman: Jeanne McNally

Senate:

Patti Clemens Sheri Moschillo

Suzanne DiStefano Patrick Regnier

Anne Flanigan Melissa Rosa

Dorothy Luhrssen Nora Shaughnessy

Maria Maniace Dawn Siviglia

Kimberly McGinn Patricia Upton

Kelly McGinn Goetz Vilsaint



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President:

Kathleen Fitzgerald
Vice-President:

Dorothy Luhrssen
Secretary:

Bernadette Artus
Treasurer:

Kelly Slack
Moderator:

Dr. Robert Radus
Phil Ciantro
Patti Clemens
Paul Kelly
John Mel lone
Diana Monaco
Christine Raessler
Melissa Rosa




MEMORIES OF BRIGHTON BEACH

"Jack is dead, you 're not. "
"Stanley, mind your manners. "
"Eugene's Golden Palace of the Himalayas"
"What about hard work and principles?"
"I'm in a Broadway show, mama: it's called

Abracadabra'!"
"Aunt Blanche (Branch), the pretty one."
"Does everyone diddle?"



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ART CLUB





Manuel a A I ana
Kathleen Barren
Nancy Corallo
Maria Fantasia
Anne Flanigan
Michele Gabriel
Karen Graham
Irene Katsiolis
George Lo
Arlene McMenemon
Nancy Mojica
Richard Owens
Maria A. Ortiz
Adriana Tumasino



President: Dorothy Luhrssen
Vice President: Jacob Cherian
Moderator: Josephine Belloso



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CAMPUS MINISTRY



President: Kim McGinn

Moderator: Fr. Dennis McAuliffe

Suzanne DiStefano

Danielle Janus:

Dorothy Luhrssen

Kelly McGinn

Charlotte Mittenzwei

Patti Morsellino

Maria Ortiz

Louis Perfetto

Robert Perfetto

Patrick Regnier

Dawn Siviglia

Patti Upton



BUSINESS
CLUB





President: Edward Kelly

Secretary: Michelle Radix

Moderator: Ms. Elizabeth McKaigney

Mark Balich
Brian Butler
Louise Guglieri
Aileen Harry
Louis Perfetto
Patrick Regnier



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SCIENCE
CLUB



President:
Kathleen Barrett

Vice President:
Manuel a Alaha

Treasurer:
Christopher Hantel

Secretary:
Irene Katsiotis

Moderator:

Sr. Mary Maier

Ursulina Bencosme
Jacob Cherian
Phil Ciantro
Nancy Corallo
Juliet Davis
Awilda DeLaRosa
Rochelle Douglas
Anne Flanigan
Renata Ginter
Carol Hallinger
Edna Hernandez
George Lo
Lena Lopardo
Dorothy Luhrssen
Kim McGinn
James McLaughlin
Diana Monaco
James Murphy
Kaye Nembhard
Maria Ortiz
Lisa Paone
Robert Perfetto
Madelyn Reyes
Melissa Rosa


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