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ZWART, JUSTIN 105 OLD RD WESTPORT CT 06880



SENIOR INDEX



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'Best Wishes ...






COLLEEN PROW


AMY NELSON




We are extremely proud of you and


2 Teach is 2 touch lives 4 ever.




admire you for completing your education


Congrats and love.




despite the obstacles that came your way.


- Mom, Dad, John, Tara, Tim, Kim,




Congratulations!


Doug, Pop, Grandma and Grandpa.




- Love Mom and Dad.


RICHARD RAINVILLE




DEBORAH SACCO


Congratulations Rick! We are very




Words cannot express how proud you


proud of your accomplishments but most




have made us. We love you and realize how


proud of the wonderful person you are.




hard you have worked.


- Love, Mom and Dad




- Love, Mommy-Andrea-Gee.






RICHARD STEVEN TLOCZKOWSKI


RICHARD KRAJCI




We wish you happiness and success in


We are very proud of the person that




all that lies ahead. You are a great source of


you have become.




pride to us.


- Lots of love, Mom and Dad




- Love Mom & Dad


ROMAN MEDYNSKI




DAWN FREEDMAN


Good luck and happiness will surely be




You have been a source of pride to us!


a by-product of your hard work and positive




We know the future holds fulfillment, along


direction - besides, we need an attorney in the




with success and happiness. We love you.


family.




- Mom, Dad and Sheryl


- Love, Dad, Mom, Mark and Erika
THOMAS HOUGHTON




ARIC BAKER


Set your goals on new horizons. Strive




Everyone in the family wants to con-


for excellence with confidence and pride.




gratulate you on your upcoming graduation.


- Love always, Mom, Dad, Brenda,




Your efforts at Northeastern have made us all


Steve, T.C., Grandma and Papa




very proud of you.






- William Baker


BRIDGETTE SENIOR

Hurray! ! These five years are the pre-




CRISTINA SENA


lude to your role as a CEO, a wife, and a




Congratulations and good luck. You


mother. You'll be the best at all three. How




deserve the best.


very proud we are of you.




- With much love, your Mom and


- Alice Senior and family.




brothers.




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JANE MURPHY

Congratulations! We knew you could do
it! Good luck in the future and lots of love.

- Mom, Dad, Anne, Marybeth & Duchess

ANTHONY PHILIP RUSSO

We have always wanted the best for you.
But with God's guidance you succeeded be-
cause you always demand the best from your-
self. Bravo!!

- Love, Mom, Dad, Martine and Vincent

JAMES HALLERAN

Congratulations on your well-earned
degree. My blessings go with you as you face a
new career and new challenges, Jim.

- From, your father, Jim.

JAMES PROULX

Congratulations honey bunny! I knew
you would succeed. You've got a wonderful life
and career awaiting you.

- 1 love you, always,
your little kangaroo, Chrissanthy.

KRISTINE FOX AND JIM MEANEY

Congratulations!! We're so proud of your
accomplishments. Wishing you happiness and
success in the futurew.

- Love from the Foxes.

CARLOS FREITAS

Congratulations ! There are no words that
can express the way I'm feeling to watch you
achieve your goals!

- Love and luck always, Natalie



NOEIDA IRAOLA

Noeida, we are proud of you. God
bless you. You are doing good. "Eres
campeona."

- Best wishes,
mother and brother.

MICHAEL JAMS

Best wishes and to all graduating
Northeastern rowers.

- Love, Mom and Jennifer

MARK PAYTON

We are all so proud of your many
accomplishments, especially your graduation.
Best wishes for continued success.

- Love,

all your family.

PATRICIA BENDER

Tricia, we are so proud of you - yester-
day, today and always.

- Love,

Mom and Dad.

RICHARD FLEISCHMAN

We are so proud of you this day.
- Love, Mom, Dad,
Charlie and Spike.

BENJAMIN ALBERT

Congratulations to you, your friends,
and all the guys at Sigma Phi Epsilon, North-
eastern University.

- Love,

Carol and Bill Albert



., Jrom those who made cotkfle possiSk



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TONYA CZERWINSKI

No words can describe the warm memories, the pride,
and the gratitude that comes from having a loving
daughter, granddaughter, and sister to love and cherish
— like you. But today, you have given us so much to be
proud of and thank you for making all of our dreams
throughout the years come true.




Congratulations !!!

Mom and Dad, Grandma and Grandpa,
Julie, Lara, and Rita



BRIDGETTE SENIOR

Dear Bridgette,

You have made me very proud to
have you as my daughter. Your
smile and wit lights up a room
and most of all, my heart.

Congratulations on a job well
done.

Love you, your friend
Dad



MIKE DAL LAGO



Mike,

We knew you could do it!
We are very proud of you,
especially Dad. I guess it's
true what they said:

'You save the best for last. "

Love,

Mom, Joey, Barbara,
Angie, Katie, Steven,
Yasmin, Carl, Gina and
Dominick.




Thanks to my
wonderful Mom
and Dad and
family for all
their support
and encourage-
ment as I com-
plete one major
goal in my life.

Love, Paula Christina Almeida



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MARK RIPPA



Jou have traveled a long
road and have been suc-
cessful at every turn - ( The
future is yours. Qo for it I
We love you and are very
proud.

Mom, (Dad, Jen, Scott,
Claudine, and (Bonne and



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TRACEY ROBINSON




"The simple way
a flower grows.
The leaf, the bud
and then the rose.
So may your cho-
sen career enfold
with fulfillment
and deep satisfac-
tion."



Congratulations!!

Your mama, aunties,
uncles and cousins




TUSHARKA

UNIQUE

SWEETHEART

HAPPINESS

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

RADIANT

KINDHEARTED

ALWAYS



WE LOVE YOU!!!

Mom, Dad and JR.
The Chapman Family



BEN ALBERT

"Carpe Diem" "Carpe Diem" "Carpe Diem" "Carpe Diem"



Dear Ben,

CONGRATULATIONS !

We couldn't be more proud of
the choices you've made and who
you've become.

We wish you.a lifetime of good
luck and success.

Love always and forever,
Mom & Dad



TRACEY ROBINSON



U



"Carpe Diem" "Carpe Diem" "Carpe Diem" "Carpe Diem'



TO MY DARLING TRACEY,

CONGRATULATIONS!

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU
AND WE WISH YOU GOOD LUCK,
CONTINUED SUCCESS AND GOD'S
RICHEST BLESSINGS.

WE LOVE YOU ALWAYS,

UNCLE MANSIE, AUNT CARMEN
AND FAMILY



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LIMOR SHAYA




1 Congratulations
to Limor and the
Class of '94. We
are proud of you
and we wish you
the best in life.



Love,
Mom, Dad, Shirley, Kareen



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MARC PAPANI



CONGRATULATIONS MARC,



YOU SET AND ACCOM-
PLISHED A GOAL IN YOUR
LIFE. WE ARE HAPPY AND
PROUD TO HAVE SHARED
THIS JOURNEY WITH YOU.

MAY YOUR FUTURE BE
FILLED WITH WONDERFUL
OPPORTUNITIES, NEW EX-
PERIENCES, LOVE, HAPPI-
NESS AND OF LIFE'S EN
RICHMENTS.





LOVE, MOM, DAD, BRIAN, JESSICA AND NAN



Yesterday is today's memory

tomorrow is today's dream

let your dreams be bold and bright.




To David, Love Mom Dad and Christopher



TRACEY ROBINSON



WAYNE KIMBALL



TO OUR FINEST TRACEY



Whatever warms your spirit and
lightens your heart

Whatever helps you to paint your
dreams and preserve your most
beautiful memories

Whatever gives you peace
within yourself
and confidence with others ....



Whatever touches you most deeply



Whatever you're wishing for with
all your heart

That's what we'll always be
wishing for you.

Congratulations

Love,

Mom and Dad





Cherish your memories,
but look forward ....

Trasure your friendships,
but reach outward ...



Learn from the past,
but move onward ...

Live each day with hope,
but climb upward.



MUCH LOVE - MOM, DAD AND PAM



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would like to thank the following class leaders for all their
help in making the Scholarship Fundraising drive a success:



Hoda Abou-Jamra
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Lester Mien
Tom. Andre
Jennifer Braffitt
Jorge Caceras
Maria Cerqueria
'Eric Cetnarstq
John Chisholm
c Ramzi Cfwuieri
Pat Cordeiro
Adam 'Daly
IzabelDeAraujo
Joe Dias
Amy 'Dong



'Kerry Duggento
Jodi 'Edmonds
Deirdre Jarr
Katharine Qallagher
Shawn Qiguere
Qarth 9iamelin
Sarah Hansen
Candce Harper
Mart^Hetz^e
Tracy Johnson
Claudine Johnson
Herron Johnson
'Kathleen Kane
Stefanie Katz
Tricia Kelly



'Beth Lahr
Hubert Lam
Andrew Lattimer
Jason Lefferts
Joel Lemieu?t
Melanie Lombardo
Kin Loo
Carolyn Lathy
Laura Macedo
Marilyn Mathu
Mollie McCann
Tammy McCoy
Tanisha McQriff
Shelly Morris
Kebecca Taige



Karen Tatyfcgwich
Kim Telletier
Scott Trice
Jason Kanney
David Keid
MarkJRippa
Kebecca Kulli
Tina Kyan
Teter Schroeder
Sudhira Sreedharan
%achelThrelkeld
Ark. Tibbitts
Damon Tyson
Brenda Williams
Holly Whiting



The Cauldron Yearbook sends its thanks to Senior Challenge coordinators Donnella Brown and Erin Daly for their dedication
and perserverance to this worthy cause and for their dedication to the Northeastern student body.



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COLOPHONY



Volume 74 of the Northeastern University Caul-
dron was printed by Jostens Printing and Pub-
lishing Company at State College, Pennsylvania.
Our publishing representative was Robert
Murphy. The 336-page publication had a press
run of 1,700 books.

The cover is an off-white smoke style, edition
stamped with black f abricord material #535. Gold
foil #873 adorns both the front cover and bind-
ing. The endsheets are 10 percent Elephant Hide
B. Tempo Gold #873 and Elephant Hide B were
used for borders in the opening section and on
division pages.

Most of the type used for the book is Times
Roman, including the type which appears on
both the cover and binding. Zapf Chancery type
appears in several sections, predominately in the
captions of opening section and in Fraternities
and Sororities pages. We also used Bookman,
Palatino, Linoscript and Mistral. Though text
sizes varied from 8 points to 650, we used 12
point as a standard for text, 10 point for captions
and 9 point italic for photo credits. Headline vary
and some were condensed to between 50-90
percent.

Senior portraits and photos for the opening sec-
tion and homecoming were taken by DaVor
Photography, Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Our pho-
tography representative was Caren Orlick Korin.

The yearbooks were a fall delivery and were
distributed free of charge to all graduating se-
niors.

The Cauldron had a budget of $44,500 with
$19,700 in revenues coming from Northeastern
University. Other revenue came from senior
photos and through advertising.

Editorial content (and we know there's a lot of it)
does not necessarily reflect the views of the Uni-
versity.

Send any inquiries regarding this yearbook to:

The Cauldron
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Ave.
451 Ell Center
Boston, MA 02115

Copyright 1994 Cauldron and Northeastern
University. All rights reserved.





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We remember the long dorm
nights, the long classes and
lectures, and the endless
hours spent with our noses
in books. So there was no
question that when Senior
Week hit, we went crazy.
Freedom from school and
everything for that matter
gave way to fun in the sun,
at The Tent, the Red Sox
game or the Quad Party. It
was unforgettable. We re-
member some of those
memories, some memories
of the past, and most of all,
you graduates who made
this book possible. Here's
the grand finale - nothing
but faces of graduates.

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This was a test every step of the way, the toughest of my career at Northeastern.

That's right, Dr. Blanch, tougher than any assignment you ever handed us. With one

broken down computer and a budget too small to provide us with some of the niceties

that could go into a yearbook, we put this thing together. I hope this is everything you

expected and something you won't forget.

Our objective was to make this the highest quality book Northeastern has ever put out, both in design and textual

form. I think we accomplished that. We strived for consistency, but most of all we tried to paint the real picture of life at

NU. Too often, yearbooks become ladened in something that is not reality, namely the positive side to every story. In 1994,

there was a lot NU did right, and a lot it did wrong. I hope you understand this stance.

This yearbook was produced with the student in mind. It is supposed to serve as a lasting memory of a lot of things
that happened on campus. Unfortunately, our staff was too small to cover all the bases. But we made a conscious effort
to keep you, not parents or relatives, in mind. It is your rememberance and your peers' rememberance. Often, we as students
were "just another number", second to everyone else. Not in this publication.

I would like to thank those who sweated with me in putting together this book, especially the tireless efforts of my
workstudies Sean McClory, Ginny Cowan and Lauren Kolbeck. Special thanks to my advisor Lou Conrad, who kept me
sane long enough to finish this and provided countless support through tough times. Thanks to Bob Murphy at Jostens (Go
Bruins) and Caren Orlick Korin of DaVor for making sure everything went our way all the time; my co-editor, Shelagh,
for coming back and saving me from a nervous breakdown. You were truly outstanding; Tricia Kelly, Eustacio Humphrey,
my photo editor Laura Ann Taylor and Daphne Loiseau; Gail at SBI Photography for saving us after the fire; and
Northeastern' s womens sports, which still haven't gotten the recognition they deserve. Thanks also to Dave Elkins of
Maxwell's and Seth for never carding me, and my friends (you know who you are)for making this the best experience of
my life.

Lastly, I'd like to thank my father Gary for dealing with financial aid on a regular basis and living this red tape
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1994 Cauldron







The Cauldron office, the little square room on the fourth floor of the pre-
renovation Ell Center has been my home since I arrived at Northeastern two years
ago. I loved the familiar way all the chairs made my back hurt, the way the (asbestos-
filled?) air made my nose run like crazy, how the phone rang with seniors asking, 'Is
it too late to get a portrait taken???' three days before graduation... 451 EC was my
personal prison — but I loved it.
This book is a reflection of what I have learned. I don't claim that I had any fantastic ideas or that I ever made a
deadline without having a breakdown first. All I can say is that, working on this book, I learned an incredible amount
about goo d journalism from my co-editor.

Chris, this book would not have gone to press if it weren't for your great talents and ability, not to mention your
patience. I am so glad we got through it without you killing me. I have a million memories of the time we spent in the
office, and I hope you know I'll never forget you.

When the Cauldron moves back into the Ell Center after the summer semester, only the title will be the same. A new
staff and crew will put out the next edition, and the history of this office will have been destroyed. We penned and
markered our frustrations on the cement walls, leaving a legacy of support for the next editors... just so they'd know they
weren't alone in their lunacy.

The managing editor from 1 99 1 wrote, "A little pain never hurt anyone. Rob Schailler, may he rest in peace, please !"
Kelly Durkee, the editor-in-chief in 1990, had these words of wisdom to offer... "He who laughs, lasts." We did have
lots of laughs, even some strange hysterics at two in the morning when nothing was really funny.

My 'Senior Buddy' in 1993 wrote, "Kim is great, she feeds us chocolate cake." We never had chocolate cake, but
we did have plenty of Burger King and DAKA specials, which always made me question why I even bothered having
an appetite.

I have been thinking all year what I will leave as my legacy on these walls, but now I realize everything will be gone
as soon as the renovations begin. All I can do is record my thoughts and thanks in this book, and hope that we'll remember
what it used to be like. These are the memories that will last... the ones on these pages.

So my optimism will be eternal, and recyclable... Even when you 're falling on your face, at least you 're still moving
forward.



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