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Graduation is a time when we come together to share
memories, to celebrate our accomplishments, and to
look to the future.

We chose "New Horizons" as the theme for FOOT-
PRINTS 1992 because, although we will always remem-
ber the splendid times, treasured friends, and happy
years at St. Joseph's College, we look forward with great
anticipation to what lies ahead.

We would like to thank all those who made it possible.




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A little laughter; perhaps some tears
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The days, the weeks, and the months and years
With a friend or two;




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A vale to cross and a hill to climb,

A mock at age and a jeer at time —

The prose of life takes the lilt of rhyme

With a friend or two.

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Don't feel li...
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Anytime you learn something new about yourself
or your life, you have progressed.

Don't do anything that takes away from self-respect
Feeling good about yourself is essential to
feeling good about life.

Don't ever forget how to laugh

or be too proud to cry.

It is by doing both that we live life to the fullest.

— Nancye Sims









We, the class of 1992,

dedicate this year's edition of FOOTPRINTS,

with deepest appreciation, to our parents.

You have encouraged us through the hard times

and applauded our accomplishments.

Yon have given us the determination to succeed.

For these reasons we can never thank you enough

for being our strength anq^oui^upj&rtA

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to give us their encouragement
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No matter how grown up

we may become,
no matter where we go in life
or what we do,
we never outgrow
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WHERE WILL YOU BE



I'm lookingforward to my future as an inspirational teacher and a life full of love
and happiness with Robert, my family and friends. -J.B.



I hope to be a happily married, successful teacher with a wonderful family,
beautiful home, luxurious car, and outrageous boat. What can I say, I want it
ALU -M.S.



In the years to come I am looking forward to being a teacher and having good
memories of the time I spent at St. Joe's. -F.P.



In the years that are quickly approaching, I wish my family health and happiness
always and 1 intend to fulfill my goals in life, including happiness with the
person I care for so very much. -M.P.



Ten years from now I'll be out of New York, happily married with a good career.
I'll still be in touch with my good friends and obtain the things that I want in life.
-L.L,



The future? I can't think about that. I'm just surprised I got out of here in 4 years.
The score is: Tom 4 and Matt €. -T.T.



I hope the future holds much happiness, health and success in all I do. I hope to
be happily married and going forward in my career. -C.M.L.



I would like to be with a loving husband, have a family, a successful career and
the ability to make a difference in the world. -D.M.



The past is dust. The future is unlit. It is the present that is burning. You must
keep the future lit. The match is only the beginning. Inhale the smoke of your
destiny. -K.R.



I do not know what my future holds for me. But I hope it includes a life of service,
healing and contribution to my fellow man. -J.C.



I hope to fulfill my dreams and goals by teaching and striving to get my masters in
speech. I will also be tnarried and hopefully starting a family. -N.M.



Hopefully, 10 years from now, I would have furthered my career and become a
CPA. I also would like to settle down and live a full and exciting life with my
beautiful, loving wife. -J.M.



I see myself happily married to Luis and living wherever the Army sends us,
hopefully Hawaii. I want to be happy, healthy and successful in whatever I do.



In ten years I will be practicing podiatry. I will be reminiscing with a few special
people and laughing at all the gossip that was told by many. -E.S.



Ten years from now I see myself very much the same. As long as I have success,
health, happiness, friends, family and of course, Benny, to support me along the
way, I'll be just great! -S.D.



Only time will tell wliat is in store for us in life. I hope and wish for it be a happy
and prosperous one, enjoyed with a loving and healthy family. -C.L.



In 10 years I'll be a CPA, married to a great guy with 2 or 3 children; and, thanks
to St. Joe's, I'll have several special friends. -K.K.



My future will be filled with love, happiness, and success. I will be very rich, with
a gorgeous husband^ living in a huge house, with two cars and a baby on the way.
-T.O.D.



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IN 2002



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It would be impossible to determine exactly where I'll be in ten years, but as long
as I have a smile on my face and a joy in my heart, do the details really matter
anyway? -T.M.



I expect to be living my life doing whatever makes me happy: loving, sharing and
caring for the people in my life. -A.B.l*



Ten years from now, as I'm driving past St. Joe's in my Jaguar with my gorgeous
husband and five children, I'll think of all my friends and hope you 're all happy,
healthy (and rich). -J.B.



My future is a mystery novel which is sure to be filled with tfie unexpected. The
clue is to live each day to the fullest so that the solution is many dreams coming
true. -J.H.



In ten years I hope to be doing the one thing I love best in life and tltat's educating
children. I hope to be happy, successful and married to the love of my life, Paul.
-A.C,



My future holds a career in working with little children. Later on, I will be
discovered and become a famous actress with a devoted hubby and at least four
children. -K.A.S.



My future will be full of success and happiness. I will be working with special
education children. I also hope to be married with one or two children. I will
obtain all the goals I desire. -M.M.



I think my future in ten years will be full of love, success and respect. Hopefully I
will be teaching and having my second child on the way by then. My husband
will be successful, rich and wonderful. -K.il



I'll be Regional Sales Manager at a major company where I hope to be making
personnel, marketing, investment and accounting decisions. After that Til be on
my way to being CFO. -J.D.



The future is not something that is easily predicted. I have dreams and
aspirations that I hope I will fulfill. I hope to have a loving husband, a beautiful
family and be a successful Speech Pathologist. -L.H.



I see myself in countries like France or Haiti. I see myself starting success, if not
already fully successful. I see myself married with at least three children as
intelligent and beautiful as their mother. -CM.



Married? Children? Doctor? Pfizer? Only time will tell. The only thing I know
for sure is I'm going to live one moment at a time and be happy every step of the
way. -K.M.



In ten years, I hope to have a successful career on Wall Street, be happily married
to a great guy, have two wonderful children and have many fond memories of my
days at St. Joseph's. -L.R.C.



The future is where you build up your dreams. The future can hold many great
opportunities and love. I'm looking forward to teaching elementary school and
getting married to a very special and understanding man. -F.C.



Ten years from now I hope to be married and on my way to total financial
stability. My biggest goal is to return to my beautiful Island of Grenada where I
can further my career. -M.C



I see myself as a calmer and happier person, successfully working as a Speech
Pathologist. I also hope to be happily married to a very important person in my
life whom I love alot, Frankie. -E.M,



I want to travel and see the rest of the world in the next decade, be successful in
my own physical therapy practice, help children, and have a couple of my own.
-D.C.



I have hopes and dreams of fame and fortune, which are unpredictable. I hope to
get through each day with the pride my parents hold in me and the morals and
values they have instilled in me. -J.S.



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ONLY TIME WILL TELL



The future is uncertain. Simply, I hope to be someone I can be proud of. J.G.



Ten years from now, I can see myself as a successful teacher traveling around
Europe.



Future = Happiness-' + Children ' x Husband v Career - Sorrows. -E.D.



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/ see myself as a successful teacher traveling around the world. And possibly,
living a year or two in Puerto Rico or Italy with my future husband. -M.O.



Pride in all I accomplish . . . Laughter from every thought . . . Happiness tofdl my
days ... A wonderful marriage with tots of love. Ronnie, Til love you always and
forever! You're my inspiration! -K.M.



The future holds a great many things for me. I feel that teaching will provide me
with may rewards: spiritually, mentally and socially. -S.P.



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tn the future I plan to be the director and owner of a Day Care Center. I also hope
to be married with many children. -J. P.



For mf, the future holds a lifetime of happiness with my love, Dave. -P.M.



Building a life with the person who, during the past year, has taught me more
about love than I will ever learn in a lifetime. -S.F.



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Ten years from now I see myself wealthy, healthy and successful due to the love
and devotion of my parents and brother. -R.P.



Ten years from now I will be a successful accountant in a large firm. I'll be
married to my wonderful future husband, John Carbone. -L.D.



Ten years from now I hope to be healthy, wealthy and wise working in my area
and learning more about it and myself. -C.L.



Driving around in my automobile . . . with no particular place to go. -D.S.S.



. . . I hope to be successful, healthy and happy and as much in love then as I am
today. -K.B.



Living and sharing a life with the person who, even today, makes me the happiest.
■L.L.



If I'm loved as much as I am today and still surrounded by such awesome friends,
my future will he incredible. -A.M.S.



Happy, calm ( . . . HAlHAl), healthy, very rich and living in a beach house on a
tropical island. -H.A.J.



I'd like to teach people to cherish their lives, to treat others with only respectful
compassion, and to always love more tluin I am loved. -M.A.O.



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I hope to be inspiring the students that I will be teaching, academically,
emotionally, and spiritually. My contribution to society will be to share the gifts
and talents that t hate acquired with my students, family and friends. -Y.L.



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ADMINISTRA TION

FACULTY

AND

STAFF



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




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



S. Margaret Buckley, Ed.D.
Academic Dean



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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.

Assistant

to the Academic Dean



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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Sherrie Van Arnam, B.A.

Director of Student

Services



Lisa Freeland, M.P.A.
Registrar



Rev. Martin Kull, M.Div.
Campus Minister



Mary Elizabeth Farrell,

B.A.
Dir. of Alumni Relations



Irene Nebel, M.S.
Dir. of Counseling
and Career Services



Rev. Dennis J. Farrell,

M. Div.

Campus Minister




"The Passion to teach is far more basic and primitive than the passion to learn."

-Eric Hoffer-



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Elizabeth Anslow, Ph.D.
Assoc. Prof, of Psychology



Angelo Araimo, M.A.

Lecturer in History

and Political Science



Judy Ashley, M.M.
Lecturer in Music



Karen Auh, M.S.
Asst. Prof, in Mathematics



S. Anne Behre, Ed.D.
Prof, of Child Study



Josephine Belloso, M.A.
Asst. Prof, of Art




"The great aim of education is not knowledge but action."

-Herbert Spencer-



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Prof, of Education



S. Mary Florence Burns,

Ph.D.

Prof, of English



Eileen R. Capone, M.F.A.

Asst. Prof, of
Speech Communication

Chairperson



S. Josephine Marie

Cavanaugh, S.T.D.

Prof, of Religious Studies











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



Raymond D'Angelo, Ph.D.
Prof, of Sociology




"Children enter school as question marks and leave as periods.'

-The Young Sage-



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



Rev. Richard Ferris, STL.

Lecturer of

Religious Studies



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



Edward Grant, M.S.

Lect. of Mathematics

Computer Science



Oona Haaranen, M.A.
Lecturer in Dance



Carol Hayes, Ph.D.

Prof, of Biology

Chairperson




"The best teacher is one who cares, one who may be said to wear an invisible band on his
sleeve that says, "I give a damn."

-David Yarington-



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Margaret Jennings, Ph.D.

Prof, of English

Chairperson



S. Helen Kearney, Ph.D.

Dillon Instructor

of Child Study



Lenore M. Kelly, Ph.D.
Prof, of Sociology



Dorothy A. King, Ph.D.
Asoc. Prof, of English



Jeffrey Kraus, Ph.D.
Lect. in Political Science



S. Rosemary Lesser, M.A.
Asst. Prof, of Child Study





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"The teacher must keep alive the spark of wonder to prevent it from becoming blase' from
over excitement, wooden from routine, fossilized through dogmatic instruction or
disappointed through random exercise upon trivial things."

-John Dewey-



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Gordon G. Liu, Ph.D.
Instructor of Economics



S. Mary Maier, Ph.D.

Prof, of Chemistry

Chairperson




Arthur Martello, M.S.

Lecturer in
Speech Communication



Edward McCormack, M.A.

Lecturer in

Speech Communication



Michael T. McDonough,

C.P.A.

Lecturer in Business



S. Myra Paul Mansfield,

M.A.

Asst. Prof, of History




"The love of nurturing and observing growth in others is essential to sustaining a life of
teaching. This implies that no matter what you teach or how you present yourself to your
students, you have to be on the learners side and to believe that they can and will grow
during the time that you are together."

-Herbert Kohl-



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S. John Raymond McGann,

L.H.D.

Prof, of Education

Chairperson



Elizabeth McKaigney, MBA.
Asst. Prof, of Business
Associate Chairperson



Ida Miletich, M.A.
Lecturer in Italian



Margaret Minson, M.S.
Lecturer in Child Study



Irene Nebel, M.S.
Counseling & Career Serv.



Stanley Nevins, Ph.D.

Prof, of Philosophy

Chairperson




"Education must not any longer be confined to the young. The young must not look forward
to its completion; the old must not look back on it as an accompaniment of immaturity. For
all people, education must be made to be seen as a requirement of human life as long as that
endures. "

-Isaac Asimov-



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



Robert Radus, Ph.D.
Professor of French



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



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



Barbara Pasternack,

M.A.T., C.C.C.

Lecturer in

Speech Communication



Mohammad A. Rana, Ph.D.
Asst. Prof, of Biology





"To receive a proper education is the source and root of all goodness. "

-Plutarch-



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John F. Waters, M.S.

Lecturer in Mathematics

and Computer Science



Moira Royston, Ph.D.
Assoc. Prof, of Biology



John Seekamp, Ph.D.

Assoc. Prof, of Spanish

Chairperson



David Seppala-Holtzman,

D. Phil.

Assoc. Prof, of Mathematics

Chairperson



Jeffrey Sequeira, M.S.
Instructor of Biology



Susan Straut-Collard,

Ph.D. Cand.

Asst. Prof, of Child Study



S. Mary Corde Tymann, M.S.
Assoc. Prof, of Physics





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S. Irene Veronica

Van Westering

Compliance Coordinator





S. Alice Francis Young
Administrative Assistant



S. Mary Amata Kadlack
Institutional Research



S. Ann Edmund Carey
Sacristan



S. Margaret Louise Shea
Psychologist




"It is noble to teach oneself; it is still nobler to teach others — and less trouble."

-Mark Twain-



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ADMISSIONS




Michael Ramos

Angelo Araimo-Director

Michal Blackwood

Joan Wirth

Marcia Swaybill-not pictured



BUSINESS OFFICE



Frances Kelly

MaryAnn DeLuca-Asst. Controller

Johanna Johnsen

Norman Murphy

Georgeann Kelly-Controller

Ruthy Danvers

Betty Yeamans




DEVELOPMENT, COLLEGE RELATIONS, & ALUMNI




Beverly Balbisingh


Nike Navor


Marie Grace


Mary Elizabeth Farrell


Ruth Davis-Dir. of Development


& College Relations


Roxy Taylor


Lorna Wilson



FINANCIAL AID



Mary Haarmann

Carol Sullivan — Director

Patrick Regnier




LIBRARY




Agnes Montero

Ida Creighton

S. Catherine Cunningham

Lucy Torres

Dorothy Dorosh

S. Mary Winifred Grass

S. Teresa Ryan — Director



DILLON CENTER




Deborah Gonsalves, Sr. Helen Kearney, Liane Van Slyck, Paola Giardino, Sr. Patricia Dittmer, Linda Fisk, Louise
McVicker, Eileen O'Donnell, Pamela McNeela




Rosemary Chapman



Melodie Horan





Sharon Waverly




Mary Francis



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ACT II




Debra Dong and Carol Lizaso



ART CLUB




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Josephine Belloso — Moderator, Dorothy Channaj — President, Nathalie
Bousader, Regina Gueren, Andrea Messina, Hetal Naik, Gordana Ozimec,
Peggy Paul, Elsie Thevenin.



BETA UPSILON DELTA




Suzanne DiStefano and Melissa Rosa — Co-Presidents, Lena Lopardo and Jennifer Muller — Co-
Secretaries, Heather Joy and Maggie Drozdowski — Co-Pledge Masters, Dina Cassamassino, Mary
Byrne, Alyscia Linder, Erin McLoughlin, Virginia Arroyo, Christine Leonard, Kim McGinn, Andrea
Siciliano, Denise Murphy, Gianna Lundy, Donna Warner, Rosemarie Maffei, Lisa Caglianone, Maribel
Ramirez, Kellie Slack, Nancy Napolitano, Janice Pico, Alexis Guarrasi, Suzanne Bagley, Lynn Jean-Simon



BUSINESS CLUB




Louise Guglieri — President, Kristine Kresse, Hurick Pascal, Lisa DiGiammarco,
Anthony Guglieri, John Robinson, Phil LaBega, Chris Zunno, Pat Madagin



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CAMPUS MINISTRY




PAX



Fr. Dennis Farrell - Moderator, Kimberly Ann McGinn -
President, Mark Balich, Nathalie Bousader, Dorothy Channaj,
Mary Hesse, Chris Kaiser, Maria A. Ortiz, Robert Perfetto, Dawn
Siviglia



CHAPEL PLAYERS





Kellie Slack — President, Dorothy Channaj — Vice President, Erin McLoughlin
— Secretary, Denise Farrell — Treasurer, Patti Clemens, Margaret A. Crehan,
Alexis Guarrasi, Chris Kaiser, Paul Kelly, Milena Kotrch, Golda Lawrence, Carol
Lizaso, Kristina Maliga, Janice Pico, Mikey Satira.



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CHEERLEADERS




Mary Byrne, Lisa Caglianone, Lisa Carrion, Keshia Espinal, Michele Evensen,
Temitope Fasoye, Alexis Guarrasi, Denise Heisler, Lynda Iovine, Nirvelyn Jean-
Simon, Mona Kolenda, Rosemarie Maffei, Denise Murphy, Nancy Napolitano,
Liz Pellicano, Teresa Rafferty, Guitone Rene, Gina Rivera, Kelly Ryan



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Janet Bisignano and Janet Diaz — Co-Presidents, Vivian Barreto, Damaris Batista, David Brady, Lisa
Carrion, Elaine Comer, Denise Cracchiolo, Angela DePaolo, Danielle Franca, Donna Frasca, Debbie
Gartland, Golda Lawrence, Lisa Lelak, Christine Leonard, Denise McFeeley, Andrea Messina, Charlotte
Mittenzwei, Maria Ortiz, Kendall Ramseur, Kathleen Riordan, Stefanie Semonella, Andrea Siciliano,
Anne Tavani, Sha-Wonda Williams, Andrea Rosamilia, Yolanda Lloyd.



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CHORUS




Charles Imbergamo — Director, Heather Costanzo — Pianist, Patti Clemens, Suzanne
DiStefano, Temitope Fasoye, Mary Francis, Mary Hesse, Chris Kaiser, Brad Katinas,
Carol Lizaso, Kavita Mangru, Andrea Messina, Charlotte Mittenzwei, Maria Ortiz,
Lynn Jean-Simon, Dana Webster, Mary Ann DeLuca and Ida Corvino Miletich —
Moderators



FITNESS & HEALTH





Temitope Fasoye - President, Edna Hernandez - Vice President,
Rochelle Douglas - Secretary, Nathalie Bousader - Treasurer,
Ursulina Bencosme, Adrea Foust, Michelle Jordan, Kimberly
McGinn, Maria A. Ortiz, Gordana Ozimec



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FOOTPRINTS




Suzanne DiStefano and Heather Joy — Editors, Janine Janusz — Business Editor,
Stef anie Semonella - Secretary, Kari Banys, Jackie Betsch, Eileen Darcy, Jeannine
Gimblet, Julie Hurni, Christine Leonard, Patricia Minardi, Erin McLoughlin,
Maria Ortiz, Andrea Siciliano Cover Design: Carol Maya




HERITAGE GALLERY



Nirverlyn Jean-Simon - President, Guitone
Rene — Secretary, Temitope Fasoye, Michelle
Jordon, Kavita Mangru, Nicki Marsh, Maria
Ortiz, Janet Bisignano, Janet Diaz




HISPANIC AWARENESS CLUB





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Katherine Luna — President, Damaris Batista — Vice
President, Michele Latorre — Secretary, Carol Lizaso —
Treasurer, Janet Diaz, Maria Ortiz, Lisa Lambert, Golda
Lawerence, Goetz Vilsaint, Kavita Bissundyal, Dr.


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