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GOVERNOR GRASSO
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The 1976 elections in the Danbury area were highlight
ed for the WestConn community by the entry of state
college trustee Jim Dyer into the 110th State Assembl
District race . Dyer attracted a large turnout of college
volunteers - something that no other post-Watergate
politician was able to do - and he swept to victory on
election day running ahead of Senator Lowell Wieker and
Congressman Ron Sarasin, and even Jimmy Carter.
Dyer's coalition of college volunteers and elderly resi
dents proved to be a formidable mixture for his Republi
can opponent, and on election night state representative
elect Jimmy Dyer had much praise for his "Kiddy Corp"
of WestConn students. "Anything that I am, and anythin
that I'm going to be started at WestConn," said Dyer,
"and I am very grateful for the tremendous help that I
received from so many friends."

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FOR THOSE WHO MISSED
THE PROTEST
MOVEMENT ...
In case you missed the mid-sixties and early seventies WestConn staged a re-run of those spirited protest days. "Ban the
Bomb," "Stop the War," and other famous protest slogans
were seen marching around the campus, however, just as in
the real protest days, most WestConn students remained apathetic.

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Drugs, Books, Pool, Sex, Plants, Anything Goes

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ADMINISTRATORS

Linda Anthony
Lori Armento

Senior Photos By Leo Norman

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Rachel Banas
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M"ichael Benetti

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Irene Boa

Mike Blake

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Anita Boccarosse

Audrey Bolz

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Peggy Burke
Thomas Braun

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Lorraine Capobianco



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Pamela Collier

Joseph John Ciriello, Jr.

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Linda Comandini

Helen Colon

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Lorraine Consonni

Nancy Cornell

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Carol Anne Coughlin

Kevin A. Cragin

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Michelle DiBenedetto

Sandra Defeo

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Janet Eckert

Ed Durkin

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Pat Falcone

Sandra Fairfield

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Jane Marie Geason

Lisurene Fletcher



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Laura Genua Angela Gogliettino

Stephanie Hastings

Donna Gustamachio

Pete Hiro Warren Hopkins

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John Houston

Lisa Hylwa

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John Johnson

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Anna Kalenauskas

Michael K. Kehoe Drucilla Kaufman

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Katherine Kelly

Kathleen Kehoe

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Patrick Kerin

Lynda Lee Sharon Lee Kokoszka

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Kevin Kolwicz

Steven Konstantinidis

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Marian Krulicki

Carol LaFleur

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Elinor Leili

Susan Lanford

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Linda Lovallo Stephen P. Manion

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F. Justin Martin

Vinny Messina

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David Gus Moore

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Karen Nejame

Leo Norman

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Pamela Nowie Barbara Obeda

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Jeff Orcutt

Joan Osgood

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Jane Perlotto

Jeffrey Phillips

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Deborah Piazza Deborah Piorkowski

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Janet Qatato

Paula Quintiliani

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Dave Raduka

Keith Repko

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Carol Elaine Robinson

Rosanne Ricciardi

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Nancy Ryan Janice Scalici

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Sarah Schwerin

Sarah Schwern

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Mark Scozzafava Debbie Showah

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Hollis Sten

Joan Stevens

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Linford Stillson
Ann Tamburri

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Sandra Terrell Lorraine Thompson

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Sandra Jean Turner

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Dominic Viglione, Jr.
Ray Verna

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John J. Weretelnik, Jr.

Patricia Walsh

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Susan White Thomas Wieczorek

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Barbra Willis

Nancy Wills

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Sheryl Zaur Raymond P. Yamin

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YEARBOOK
'77
Staff:
Editor-Bob Faubel
Organizations &
Treasurer-Yvonne Drozd
Photographers:
Dave Douyard
Bob Faubel
Steve Varga
Fred Watkins
Paul Yurt
Seniors:
Leo Norman
Office:
Skip Barchfeld
Evans Travis
Special Thanks to the
Alumni Advisory Board
Published by the Student
Government Assoc.
without state assistance
Western Connecticut
State College
Danbury, CT 06810