The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on May 22, 1997 · 63
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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts · 63

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Thursday, May 22, 1997
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017 WOOD SHEDS! 1 LETTING HER GUARD DOWN - C.J., a chow chow, takes up her daily post lounging in the shade as she waits for her owner, school crossing guard Karen Rodgers, to finish helping students cross Lafayette Street in Marblehead. T7" A v 4 ' m n 7 "X . 0" If M : .-.' i . a - ,"'. " - t' " ' 4 1 v. OFF ust n; I f THE BOSTON GLOBE THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1997 p.i. i yaw . l 'Ml li I f's- r 156 en i I t ' I mrmmm I f , $ " " ! V Commencements Sunday, May 18 Lasell College Newton Graduates: 225 Degrees: Associate's, bachelor's Speaker Jill Ker Conway, author and first female president of Smith College Honorary degrees: Jill Ker Conway Smith College Northampton Graduates: 812 Degrees: BA, advanced degrees Speaker: Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president, Children's Defense Fund Honorary degrees: Gwendolyn Brooks, poet and writer; Nancy Weiss Mal-kiel, dean of college at Princeton University; Wilma Pearl Mankiller, former principal chief of Cherokee Nation; Leelavathy Patrick, founder of Clarke School for the Deaf in Madras, India; Harvey Picker, retired executive and dean emeritus of Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs Stonehill College North Easton Graduates: 580 Degrees: BS - Speaker Thomas A. Constantine, administrator, US Drug Enforcement Agency Honorary degrees: Thomas A. Constantine; Ellen M. Zane, president of . network development at Partners Healthcare Inc., and president of Partners Community Health Inc.; Richard D. Lehan, professor of English, University of California at Los Angeles; Marguerite Anne McKenna Luksik, founder of Mom's House, an educational service network for single parents and their children Tufts University Medford Graduates: 2,000 Degrees: B A, MA, PhD Speaker Bill Richardson, US ambassador to the United Nations; Richard Holbrooke, former US ambassador to Germany; Dr. Peter C. Do-herty, Nobel Prize winner; Louis Bertonazzi, former state senator Honorary degrees: Bill Richardson; US Rep. J. Joseph Moakley; John Bar-onian, Tufts trustee emeritus D Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston Graduates: 221 Degrees: Associate, BA, BS, bachelor of architecture ', Speaker: Dr. Chester M. Pierce, pro-! ffessor of education and psychiatry at ! Harvard University Medical School and Graduate School of Education Honorary degrees: Chester M. Pierce; Wilfred J. Savoie, superintendent-director, Blue Hills Regional Technical School, Canton Gun from slayings to be destroyed AMHERST, N.H. - Guns confiscated or turned in to Amherst police will be trashed rather than sold. Among them is a rifle that killed three Amherst residents eight years ago. Selectmen this week voted to de stroy that rifle, along with 15 to 20 other guns, rather than give their parts to a Nashua gun dealer in ex change for credit. "There is a weapon in there that killed three people in our town," said Selectman Richard Verrochi. The rifle was used by a teen-ager who went on a shooting spree after a breakup with his girlfriend. ' Stephen Porell stormed into an ice cream shop on Route 101A. He killed his ex-girlfriend and the store owner before killing himself. (AP) - 1 t" L. 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