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Bella Davis graduates after disrupting New Mexico journalism status quo By Shelby Kleinhans @BirdsNotReal99

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Bella Davis graduates fall 2020 with a degree in journalism.

Through a year of pandemic, protests about racial injustice and divisive politics, Bella Davis made it to graduation, leaving behind a massive legacy of reporting in her wake. With a major in journalism and a minor in international studies, Davis is also ending her time as a senior reporter for the Daily Lobo. Davis pursued writing throughout high school but wasn’t sure which path was best for her when she began studying at the University of New Mexico. By the end of her sophomore year, she applied to work for the honors literary magazine Scribendi and was accepted — much to Davis’ surprise. She continued to realize her full potential by becoming the editor in chief for Limina: UNM Nonfiction Review during her junior year. But something was still missing. Davis candidly expressed the discouragement she felt after years of classes in the communication and journalism department. In those spaces, she was confronted by professors who told her that

“in order to be a good reporter, (you) have to be objective and have to remain neutral.” “I’m angry about a lot of stuff, and journalism is a way to confront those things that are so unjust,” Davis said. “Capitalism and white supremacy are not natural systems — they were made, so they can be unmade, and journalism should have a role in that.” Davis found that her pursuit of social justice issues and fighting inequity led her directly to the doorstep of the Daily Lobo. Last March, she approached former Editor-in-Chief Justin Garcia about a piece she wanted to pen about the impact the closure of Student Health and Counseling would have on students for the rest of the spring semester. “Like a lot of people, I kind of just fell into it and fell in love with it,” Davis said about the Lobo. Likewise, the Lobo fell in love with Davis and the wholly unique way that she covered stories, unlike any other news outlet in the city of Albuquerque. Current Editor-in-Chief Alex McCausland spoke about how impressed he was with Davis’ first few articles covering the

protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in May. But what stood out to him the most was Davis’ coverage of the Albuquerque Police Department’s shooting of Max Mitnik which emphasized “specific moments in the body cam footage that highlighted the emotions and experiences of people involved in the situation, instead of just reporting on it like it was a news story.” Daily Lobo copy editor Andrew Gunn recalled his rapid-pace introduction to Davis on the streets of Albuquerque, where the two dodged rounds of sponge grenades and tear gas deployed by riot police at a George Floyd protest in May. Gunn was impressed by her refusal to leave long after other news stations had left the fray and said Davis has “courage, tenacity and a desire to tell the whole story.” “Lots of people were yearning for the type of coverage that (Davis) provides, and I think she came to understand that over time and was more emboldened to express herself freely. To me, that's what journalism is about,” McCausland said.

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UNM graduate Victoria Knight steps into the unknown with an open heart By Megan Gleason @fabflutist2716 Balancing three degrees, along with a multitude of extracurricular activities, University of New Mexico fall 2020 graduate Victoria Knight is ready to enter the world with an open heart for new possibilities. Knight is graduating a semester early with a liberal arts major and mathematics and honors minors. Unlike many other graduates, Knight still has her options open for possibilities of the future after school, considering various positions including mechanics. Throughout her time at UNM, Knight said she wanted to settle into the person she was going to be for the rest of her life and really find her own personality, especially after being raised in a military family where they never

stayed in one place for too long. “I really struggled trying to decide what it was that I wanted to become, not necessarily in terms of a job or academically, but in terms of what kind of person I thought I wanted to be,” Knight said. “And I’m still struggling because there is no one answer.” As founder of the Honors College Pathmaker Program, Knight devoted much of her time to the Honors College and the Honors Student Association (HSA), where she served as president for a year and a half. She also received an outstanding honors freshman award and presented at both the 2018 Western Regional Honors Conference and the 2019 National CollegiateHonors Conference. Knight reflected on the car rides spent with friends in the HSA and said those were some of the most memorable experi-

ences in her time at school. “When I think about Victoria, I just think about the way that she greets absolutely everyone ... like she’s never been happier in her life to see them,” close friend Emerald Goranson said. Friends weren’t the only ones helping Knight get through school, as she also lauded her advisors at the liberal arts college, specifically Nancy Diodati-Miller. “I went into her office crying a whole bunch of times, and every time, she would sit down and talk with me and I would just feel so much better after I would talk to her,” Knight said. “I would feel like the world wasn’t ending, which is dramatic, I know, but that’s a part of my personality.” In addition, Knight served as the ASUNM speaker of joint

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Davis was pleasantly surprised to find her work filled a hole in news coverage of the community. “The reaction from the community was incredible and still blows me away,” Davis said. “I still have people messaging me about the reporting that I did and other reporting from the Daily Lobo (saying that) if we hadn’t been out reporting, they wouldn’t have known what was going on.” In August, Davis secured a fellowship at New Mexico In Depth, an investigative news organiza-

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tion, in a time when journalists are increasingly out of work due to COVID-19. She will continue there until the spring but doesn’t know the finer details of what her journalistic pursuits will look like after that. “I feel more tied to Albuquerque and New Mexico than I have before, and that makes me want to stay here,” Davis said. “I view my reporting as trying to serve my community … and I would love to keep doing that here.” However, Davis will be remembered for even more than just her

transformational reporting for the Daily Lobo. Gunn noted that the same kindness and passion Davis applies to her reporting translates into fiercely loyal relationships with her friends and colleagues. “She has a sort of tenacity at getting at the truth of things … and as a friend that looks like someone who doesn’t have all of the answers off the bat but will help you get to them in a really helpful way,” close friend Ben River said. Claudia Dimond, one of Davis’ best friends, described her hon-

esty, kindness and intense passion for the things she cares about. “I feel like people don’t love to hear this about themselves, but (Davis) is genuinely what a good human is,” Dimond said. McCausland said what he’ll miss most about Davis’ work at the Lobo is her defining quality of passion and said, “When you care enough about what you’re writing about, it comes out in the articles that you produce.” Gunn seconded the sentiment and said he would miss her courage and passion, qualities he said

are a far cry from the status quo of journalism in Albuquerque. Davis has left a profound mark at the University. There’s no doubt that she will continue to inspire a new generation of journalists who value truth and humanity over so-called objectivity and bothsidesism.

to the virtual life that everyone has grown accustomed to during the COVID-19 pandemic. “All of the friends that I have right now, that I made while I was going to UNM, I made because of UNM,” Knight said, elaborating that classes and clubs helped her find lifelong friendships. Knight met one of her best friends, Aida Revilla, during her time with the UNM women’s rugby team. “(Victoria is) super outgoing,

super friendly ... just willing to put herself out there,” Revilla said. “I think that was a quality that I really admired in her.” Balancing classes and activities was one of Knight’s biggest struggles in school, and she said buying a planner was the best decision she ever made, especially since she had never used one before college. “(Balancing everything) was so difficult, and I did really struggle with it, and I definitely did drop the ball

almost entirely with honors things,” Knight said. Knight’s friends, however, dismissed such modesty. Goranson reiterated Knight’s dedication to others, and Revilla talked about how much Knight puts of herself into others, giving even when nobody else is giving back. Smith said Knight “makes everyone feel really important and listened to” when she talks to them. “She’s done so many things and

has helped so many people, and I don’t think that she gives herself enough credit for that,” Smith said. “I don’t think she realizes how many people she’s affected in such a positive way.”

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council for two years and the cultural director for student special events for one year. She received a distinguishable services award last year through ASUNM. Knight’s partner Addie Smith said Knight does “little acts of service” for others and “sometimes it’s things I didn’t even know I needed or wanted.” Knight attributes her close friendships to UNM and said those close bonds probably won’t change due

Megan Gleason is the culture editor at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @fabflutist2716

First-generation college graduate Cyanne Garcia aspires to life of music, learning By Sarah Bodkin @sarahbodkin4

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Cyanne Garcia graduates fall 2020 with a degree in music education.

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University of New Mexico senior Cyanne Garcia is graduating in the fall 2020 semester with a degree in music education and will continue to radiate kindness and a love for music for the rest of her lifetime. As a first-generation college student, Garcia is especially proud that she was financially independent in school. “So much has changed from my first year of college until now,” Garcia said. “That’s been a really nice journey; really hard sometimes, but really necessary.” Garcia balanced odd hours as a desk attendant with UNM’s student housing program but always found a way to remain diligent in school. She said she’s grateful for the job since the unusually timed, yet flexible shifts helped her prioritize her classes and link her to UNM more personally. “I feel more connected to UNM

because of that job,” Garcia said. Garcia’s passion for music and songwriting blossomed when she began attending Hummingbird Music Camp in Jemez Springs, New Mexico at 10 years old. She said that was where she fell in love with music, playing guitar and composing, and she later went on to become a counselor at the camp, which sparked a new love for music education. Garcia initially majored in music performance at UNM but wanted to expand her horizons, eventually switching to music education. “I started writing music when I was 12, and it probably wasn’t the best,” Garcia said with a chuckle. “But I’ve been (composing) for a really long time.” Garcia detailed her experiences as a musician during her year abroad, when she went to England and completed a full songwriting program at the University of Hertfordshire. Paula Corbin-Swalin, Garcia’s

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voice teacher, said it’s typical for students to want different things after they return from studying abroad, but Garcia “had an even deeper sense of what she wanted to do” when she returned. Swalin talked about the challenge that Garcia faced in preparation for her senior recital, which was set to happen during the coronavirus pandemic. With

plans for a traditional performance upended, she had to rehearse and perform her recital virtually. “Song by song, she recorded everything and did an amazingly beautiful job,” Swalin said. Swalin said that she performed remarkably with difficult repertoire, especially considering the unforeseen circumstances she had to deal with.

“Her progression from that freshman that came into my studio that first year to where she’s headed now ... has been a joy,” Swalin said. Garcia’s music isn’t the only thing that stands out about her. Her close friend Chris King testified to her kind soul and hard-working attitude. “Being her friend has really taught me how to sit with some-

body and talk to them about what they’re dealing with,” King said. Swalin said Garcia is “incredibly intelligent” and has a gentle and joyous spirit that translates into her music. Swalin said Garcia’s authenticity makes her stand out as a performer who audiences can trust. Both King and Swalin said it’s clear that Garcia cares deeply

about what she does and that she always wants to ensure she’s improving and doing her best. “(Garcia) will be able to go into the classroom and really make a difference with music,” Swalin said. Sarah Bodkin is a freelance reporter at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo. com or on Twitter @sarahbodkin4

UNM’s Hanging of the Greens tradition goes virtual By Megan Gleason

“Being under so many restrictions and being under all these health orders of staying inside and not gathering, it forces us to get more creative when it comes to celebrating traditions such as Hanging of the Greens,” Giovanni Gong, a Coronado Hall resident advisor and UNM senior, said. The online events included a luminaria tutorial and history session, a wreath making tutorial and the presentation of the annual wreath to Stokes. In addition, the movie “The Polar Express” was free and available for students to watch all day. “Even though that’s all usually done in person, I’m glad that we continued to keep up these traditions that have a really big impact to students who have attended UNM ... It makes UNM feel more like a home,” Gong said. Students living on campus were given a chance to pick up luminaria supplies from main campus from Nov. 17-19, with a do-ityourself kit containing paper bags and candles alongside biscochitos and hot chocolate mix. Students were encouraged to post pictures of their luminarias

@fabflutist2716 Every year, the University of New Mexico celebrates the Hanging of the Greens, one of the University’s oldest traditions. This year, instead of carolers strolling throughout campus to see thousands of luminarias, the event was held virtually on Nov. 20 due to the pandemic. The University put together a video highlighting some of the activities that happened this year, including a festive song by Something Major A Capella and a short talk on the history of the event given by President Garnett Stokes. “With the ongoing threat of COVID, however, this year is a very different kind of celebration,” Stokes said in the video. Typically, student organizations and clubs put up luminarias during the day so students can enjoy them when they come to life at night. However, due to safety restrictions, luminaria decorations were mostly limited to online workshops.

online for a chance to win prizes from the bookstore, sponsored by UNM Alumni Relations. Gong said decorating Coronado Hall with luminarias “was really fun because there’s not a lot of opportunities to connect with our residents in person, and any opportunity to do that is just a highlight in my book.” “Even if we return to a postCOVID year where we can gather, I think that we should still keep some of the things that we’ve done this year — workshops in person and online make it more inclusive and accessible to everyone across UNM campus,” Gong said. According to the University’s website, the Hanging of the Greens began in 1934 with the music sorority Sigma Alpha Iota (then called Pa-Yat-Yamo) leading students in Christmas carols, which turned into a candle procession in the 1940s and then a luminaria walk in the 1970s. The Mortar Board started leading the event in the 1950s and continues to do so today. Stokes touched more on the history of the tradition in her video, discussing how students

originally started the long-lasting event by gathering greens from the Sandia mountain pine forests and decorating Zimmerman Library and the Student Union Building. “Until we can all be together again, stay safe, stay healthy

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Virtual Uni Nights hosts second Among Us game night

“Imposter” playing at Uni Nights’ second virtual Among Us game night.

By Daniel Ward @wordsofward34 After nearly 70 students attended the first virtual Among Us game night hosted by the Student Union Building in October, administrators decided to hold a second virtual event on Friday, Nov. 13. Even though only about 20 people joined the second game night, the event kept the same positive energy from the first one. Among Us is an online multiplayer game set in a spaceship where players complete tasks while one or two secret “imposter(s)” attempt to kill all the other players without getting caught. Players can guess who the imposter is throughout the game and vote out the crewmate

they believe is acting the most suspicious until they find the imposter or run out of time. The game was released in the summer of 2018 but started getting more popular during the COVID-19 pandemic when students started using it as a way to virtually socialize with friends. Sophomore Sarah Biesterveld said events like this are great coping mechanisms because they help distract students from stressful problems they are dealing with and allow them to focus on something fun and social. SUB events coordinator Anders Flagstad said that with such a good turnout at the first game night, they wanted to give that experience to students again. The first game night featured prizes like gift cards, headphones and Lobo merchan-

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dise, but the second game night only had gift card raffles after the SUB closed due to public health restrictions aimed at containing the spread of the coronavirus. The second game night had planned on handing out gift packages containing items like pizza socks and sunglasses for everyone that attended, but Flagstad said those will be saved until next semester when it is safer to hand them out. Flagstad said the students who won gift cards would be emailed the access codes so they don’t have to pick them up in person. SUB events like the Among Us game night are funded by the Student Fee Review Board to pay for prizes, according to Flagstad. “I think it’s really cool that we get to give back to students and

they can come to our events and have a fun time and see their money given back to them,” Flagstad said. Biesterveld, won the headphones at the first game night. She said she had already been playing Among Us for over two months and was excited to attend both game nights. “I actually did like the smaller one rather than the big group,” Biesterveld said. “We actually got to stay with the same group and not have to waste time by going into a completely different group.” The participants were separated into two breakout rooms to make game servers less crowded. There were some students who showed up late without knowing how to play the game, with some leaving halfway through.

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Only students that stayed until the end were eligible for the raffle prize drawing. Flagstad said they showed everyone a tutorial video at the start of the first game night but didn’t show it on the second night because most of the students said they had played before in a survey at the beginning of the Zoom meeting. Uni Nights also hosted a trivia game night on Friday, Nov. 20, replacing the Late Night Breakfast normally held at the end of each semester. Daniel Ward is a senior reporter at the Daily Lobo. He can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @wordsofward34

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Cherry Reel lives on to spotlight student filmmakers By Shelby Kleinhans @BirdsNotReal99 After a 15-minute countdown to the live premiere on the YouTube channel for the Southwest Film Center (SWFC), the Cherry Reel Film Festival premiered after 7 p.m. on Oct. 14 to a group of over 100 participants. As a precursor to the main event, panelists from IATSE Local 480 — the New Mexico branch of SAGAFTRA — and New Mexico Women in Film gave advice and provided networking opportunities to students in a series of Zoom sessions. The nine-year-long Lobo cinema tradition was made possible by staff at the film center who crafted a social media strategy to maintain student engagement up until the festival, despite the physical challenges presented by COVID-19. LeAnna Walters, executive director of the SWFC for 2020-21, said her team really wanted the festival to be “an outlet for students to have space to share their work together

and for the community to come together and celebrate their work.” Cherry Reel chair Britonya Fleming-Ponce said they “really just wanted people to have a good time, even though it was all virtual.” The lineup for the festival included a wide range of genres, from shorts, romantic comedies and darker experimental pieces, all of which went through a rigorous judging process. “A few different criteria like editing, cinematography and acting … We also definitely judged on a few other things,” Fleming said. “We wanted to get a good variety from all of the films so the festival wouldn’t be so one-noted.” Students who were used to sinking into their seats at the SWFC as the lights dimmed and their work was projected onto the big screen seemed to be quick to adapt to this new rendition of the Cherry Reel festival. “I’m definitely a little disappointed, but under the circumstances it doesn’t matter where it’s shown,” Zong Muas, a junior in film and digital media

arts (FDMA) said. “I’m just happy to show my work.” Muas noted that simply having his short horror film “Happy Anniversary” picked out of the more than 30 submissions was a great honor for him, regardless of the size or location of the festival. Junior FDMA student Dorian Anderson accepted the most coveted prize of the night: the first place award for Best Short Film and the title of “winner” of the Cherry Reel. The documentary that he submitted, “Take the World by Storm” about transgender women performing drag, was confirmed by Fleming to be the only documentary submitted to the festival. Anderson won the award along with director Cesca Segarra and assistant director Violet Collins. “It was a big boost; I was feeling really down in quarantine, and it was a really big morale and emotional boost,” Anderson said. “(The winning announcement) made me really really excited — I was in disbelief and didn’t really know what to say when they announced it,” Anderson said. “I was

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super shocked, because everyone else’s films were awesome and they showcased the talent at UNM.” Walters echoed the sentiment, explaining how she was impressed with the submissions they received and was “so glad we had so many people show up to support the work of their peers.” Other accolades for best short films included second place winner “Tucker” directed by JoseCarlo Martinez and third place winner “Yucca Lust” directed by Gus Tafoya.

The Best Music Video award went to “YoungSpool/LoveLife” directed by Daveian Serna. The Audience Choice award, which was voted on by participants in the Zoom ceremony, went to “Master Bassist” directed by Alexei Pacholuk and produced by Dana Agatha and J. Keenan Wallace. Shelby Kleinhans is a freelance photographer and beat reporter at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @BirdsNotReal99

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Mariah Vigil Elissa Vigil Amber Webb Zachary Webb Tina Whitegeese Laurie Williams MGTCP BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Miguel Navrot MS INFORMATION SYSTEMS & ASSURANCE Carl Agbenyega Dominic Benavidez Jonathon Gomez Yang Li Esmeraldo Martinez Jonathon McFarlin Joshua McKown Mustafa Momani Madyson Smyer Misaki Tanaka

Michael Bernauer Aubrey Del Rosario Richard Gadomski Cherie Hayostek Marina Miller Shiva Sharma GCERT EDUCATIONAL DIAGNOSIS Lara Broemmer M Denell Eldridge Andrea Medina GCERT MUSIC PERFORMANCE Gabriel Alves Longuinhos Alexandra Robnett GCERT RACE & SOCIAL JUSTICE Nathanael Faust-Shucker GCERT TEACHING ENGLISH Graduate AS SECOND Studies LANGUAGE DOCTOR OF Brenda Bustamante PHYSICAL GCERT THERAPY WOMEN STUDIES Mercedes Breceda Virginia Diaz Luke Chavez Christina Juhasz-Wood EDD MA EDUCATIONAL AMERICAN LEADERSHIP STUDIES Cheryl Ford April Chavez GCERT APPLIED Manuel Criollo BEHAVIOR Joseph Gallegos ANALYSIS Norma Lira-Perez Emily Brammer MA ART Maria Garcia EDUCATION Robin Kelly Soo Hyun Song Lynn Kymes Harold Specter Theresah Napetey Victoria Velasco Travis Quintana MA Russell Smith ART HISTORY GCERT CLINICAL TRANSLATION William Cheek Mandolen Sanchez SCIENCES

MA COMMUNICATION Hyerin Kwon Nicole Rivera MA COMPARATIVE LITERATURE & CULTURAL STUDIES Cole Carvour MA COUNSELING Jacinda Atencio Alicia Dominguez Reyna Garcia Cheyenne Mullan Barry Ore Rebecca Rendon de Gonzales Maria Sanchez MA ECONOMICS Bibek Acharya Bishal Raj Khanal MA EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP Leandra Barreras Joseph DeBonis Michael Faulhaber MA EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Amanda Carbajal Lili Dai Katherine Keener William Matthews Marisa Nodine Jordan Slocum MA ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Phoebe Cummins Laura Gryder Haley Henderson Antoniette Jimenez Verushka Noyes Smith Gabrielle Rittikaidachar Pressley Rivord Brittany Salazar Lisa Sebastian China Stuckman MA ENGLISH Moya McGuill

MA FAMILY AND CHILD STUDIES Victoria Nagel MA GERMAN STUDIES Anne Merrill MA LANGUAGE, LITERATURE & SOCIOCULTURAL STUDIES Lindsay Evans MA LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES Fatima Del Angel Guevara Devon Lara MA MUSEUM STUDIES William Riding-In MA NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES Micha Bitsinnie MA ORGANIZATION, INFORMATION & LEARNING SCIENCES Bayley Byers Phuonganh McDevitt Cassandra Osterloh Chen Qiu Krista Rundiks Ann Swickard Kellie Tinnin Yonemoto MA POLITICAL SCIENCE Dylan McArthur Florent Severin Nkouaga Angounou Shahjadi Zaman MA PORTUGUESE Miguel Roman MA SECONDARY EDUCATION Deena Aggad

Angela Alderete Eli Antonio Hoang Bui Ryann Carter Michelle Douglas Dean Gessel Guadalupe Hernandez Lisa Hoenigke Jessica Malherbe Raymond Maseman Bobbie Jean McDonough MA SPANISH Miguel Roman MA SPECIAL EDUCATION Emily Brammer Claudia Casiquito Kimberly Ely Ezinne Emma Asonye Jessica Malherbe Lekiesha Martin Theresah Napetey Joey Robledo MARCH ARCHITECTURE Cheyenne Gurule Aashish Sanjay Khandelwal Gabriel Martins Moura Michelle Soave MCM CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Everett Bigthumb Rajeeb Hazra Kristen James Christopher Mann Frank Tanzillo MCRP COMMUNITY & REGIONAL PLANNING Muhammad Hussain Latasha James Seth Tinkle Emily Watson MENG CIVIL ENGINEERING

Jason Aldaz Adam Baros Charlotte Harrell Joaquin Martinez Eric Williams MFA ART STUDIO Hazel Batrezchavez Ragini Bhow Thomas Bruce Kristen Geary Monica Kennedy Cortney Metzger Eden Radfarr Haileyrose Thoma MFA CREATIVE WRITING Mitch Marty Ariel McGuirk Ryan Murphy MHA HEALTH ADMINISTRATION Kayla Ulibarri MLA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Diana Couto Vieira Pei Li MMU MUSIC Pablo Betancourt Montes Samuel Brown Charles Cash Melissa Lux Addison Murphree Edwin Parker Jonathan Patton Elma Sanabria Herrera Laura Steiner Nevi Zerkle MOT OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Celina Aguilar Rachael Alaimo-Monson Sarah Bocchicchio Sandra Chapman Savannah Chavez Alyssa Gallardo Gabriel Hernandez Carrasco Nicole Herrera

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MS ARCHITECTURE Jessica Carr MS Biology Pankoj Kumar Das Katrina Derieg Jonathan Keller Andrea Lopez Jacquelyn Mettler Annie Montes Tanner Shea Kimberly Wright MS BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Leyla Akhadov Jason Belvin Praneeth Gudoor Daniella Martinez Christian Pattyn Celine West MS BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Aubrey Del Rosario Richard Gadomski Chaselyn RuffanerHanson Rebecca Sena Shiva Sharma Ashvini Vaidya MS CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Zane Armijo Geoffrey Courtin Jacob Flack Rebecca Schmitt MS CHEMISTRY Robert Lebrun Jaclyn Parnell Tracey Williams MS CIVIL ENGINEERING Marlon Frank Aguero Injante Risa Gutierrez Tyler Hagengruber Jose Hernandez Claudia Jimenez Arellano Aashish Sanjay Khandelwal Justin Nichols Aljaz Praznik Cassy ScarlottMcClintock MS COMPUTER ENGINEERING Panagiotis Anagnostopoulos Adhitya Bhandarkar Chaitanya Boggavarapu Chongyu Chen David Crowley Ryan Fleming Georgios Fragkos Sean Lebien Naga Sai Prithvi Raj Mamidala Kashif Nadeem Rachel Palmer

Akash Patel Nathan Patrizi Kelly Rael Alexis Rubin Yijie Yu MS COMPUTER SCIENCE Ryan Adams Thomas Adams Lalita Aditya Vishnu Sai Anche Nitin Bhandari Justin Carmichael Joseph Haugh Dipendra Humagain Soheila Jafari Khouzani Shashikant Jagadhane Douglas Keating Trevor La Pay Ashley Mayle Tony Nguyen Kellin Rumsey Hui Sun Vanessa Surjadidjaja Sharat Chandra Reddy Tangella Sahba Tashakkori William Vining Wenjun Yang Rohit Yerramsetty MS DENTAL HYGIENE Gabrielle Sullivan MS EARTH & PLANETARY SCIENCES Jordan Anderson Matthew Nellessen MS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Raul Gutierrez Dingming Hu Rahul Jaiswal Rodrigo Llanes Talal Ahmed Malik Braulio MartinezHernandez Benjamin Matins Yuliya Matlashova Andrew Miano Sajay Paruthiyil Troy Powell Neelofar Qasmi Benjamin Reimer Daniel Ruiz Garcia David Sanabria Diaz Oscar Urias Ashley White MS GEOGRAPHY Rowan Converse MS HEALTH EDUCATION Fallon Bader Julia Martinez Tiffany Martinez Brandi Miller Wilson Suen

MS MATHEMATICS Nicholas Abel Marshall Brandenburg Ryan Bridges Patrick Denne Kyle Henke Patrick Lank Ari Rappaport Justyna Sotiris MS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Ryan Beauchemin Spencer Bickett Christopher Buksa Breanna Cunningham Andrew Haug Chase Kayser Marshall Klee Joshua Nowlin Casey Ottesen Matt Robinson Carter Sanford Timothy Santos Sonya Schultz Allie Snyder Erika Yegerlehner MS MUSEUM STUDIES Monica Naranjo MS NANOSCIENCE & MICROSYSTEMS Ramon Asiain Martin Neal Wostbrock Yang Yang MS NUCLEAR ENGINEERING James Evans Andrew Hahn Melissa Moreno Aaron Overacker MS NUTRITION Parasto Baghae Pour Rebecca Lamoreux Nancy Perez Suzanne Porter-Bolton Karen Roop MS PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE Alexa Argyres Anslem Omeh MS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Casey Figueredo Breanna Macha Trevor Mayschak Joseph Sorce Jeffrey Wilson MS PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES Vanessa Acosta Brooke Barnes Katy Barton Bailey Bergman

Magen Clayton Benjamin Clifford James Crum Lindsey Kolikant Lauren Lien Francis Malaj Justin Martinez William Mithoefer Jeremiah Moreno Daniel Peralta Crystal Vasquez Kelli Watkins Sierra Zimmer MS PHYSICS Bobby Middleton MS PSYCHOLOGY Meredith Blackwell John Madden Bradley Robert MS SPEECHLANGUAGE PATHOLOGY Savana Ancelet Eileen Armes Shannon Balue Shannon Bowman Victoria Chavez Katlyn Ferguson Brenna Fisch Tawnee Garcia Leticia Gomez Jenna Marie Gomez Quinn James Hollerbach Hailee Jofs Isaac Jones Sofiya Krasilshchikova Sarah Martinez Miah Martinez Shauna Murray Amanda Ortiz-Alvarez Lauren Salm Danielle Schaumburg Caroline Stapleton Jenna Stoff Arthur Taimanglo Caitlin Talbott Jennifer Tassaro Sandra Vasquez Montana Warner Cassidy Wilder Caroline Yamashiro MS STATISTICS Ye Jin Choi Xinmin Chu Brandon DeFlon Kelli Kasper Elizabeth Mayer Leah Puglisi MSN Nursing Cipriano Botello Yessenia Carrete-Sanchez Patricia Fernandez Katie Hale Valerie Parks Adelia Perea Lesleigh Perez Monica Schmit Jennifer Schneider Viviana Skaggs

Jonathan Skiles Stacy Urioste Carmen Vigil MWR WATER RESOURCES Rose Afandi Hannah Burnham Monika Hobbs Adrian Marziliano Bradley Meyer Griffin Nuzzo Kirena Elana Tsosie PDCERT HISTORIC PRESERVATION & REGIONALISM Kelly Davis PDCERT URBAN INNOVATION Emily Watson PHD AMERICAN STUDIES Dina Barajas Marthia Fuller Matthew Irwin Christina Juhasz-Wood PHD ANTHROPOLOGY Matthew Schwartz Geneva Smith PHD BIOLOGY Kelsey Cook Ryan Heimroth Lijun Lu Julie Spencer PHD BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Eduardo Anaya Henning De May Cristabelle De Souza Muskan Floren Selina Garcia Kymberly Gustus Jason Joyner Johnny Kenton Srijana Pokhrel PHD CHEMISTRY Khadanand Kc Deepak Kunwar Huayu Zheng PHD COMMUNICATION Cecilia Cholka Joseph Flores Jeffrey Hoffmann Hannah Long PHD COMPUTER SCIENCE Diksha Gupta William Schonbein PHD COUNSELOR EDUCATION Gene Crofts Diane Lacen Tanupreet Suri

PHD EARTH & PLANETARY SCIENCES Benjamin Burnett Wesley Clary Ryan Jackson Kristen Rahilly Jacob Thacker Jordan Wostbrock PHD ECONOMICS Michael Hensley Jake Organ Disha Shende PHD EDUCATIONAL LINGUISTICS Maria de los Angeles Giraldez Elizo Ann Leming PHD ENGINEERING Mohiuddin Ahmad Mohamed Attia Abdelrahman Aref Manish Bhattarai Rohan Choraghe Cherie Devore Gangadharan Esakki Eric Hamke Derek Heeger Kevin Irick Florencia Monge Andrea Scmhidt Nishchay Sule Luis Valbuena Reyes Carmen Villalobos Daniel Wakeford Shu Wang PHD ENGLISH Leandra Binder Loyola Bird Dalicia Raymond PHD FAMILY & CHILD STUDIES Hadeel Al-Essa PHD LANGUAGE, LITERATURE & SOCIOCULTURAL STUDIES Therese Baca-Radler Amanda Parker PHD LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES Martina Nebbiai PHD LINGUISTICS Kay Beers Tim Zingler PHD MATHEMATICS Oleksii Beznosov Anastassiya Semenova PHD NANOSCIENCE & MICROSYSTEMS Godwin Amo-Kwao

Paul Gieri Lingyao Meng PHD NURSING Badurakada Sunil Santha De Silva Melanie Phipps Frances Ricker Karen Webb PHD OPTICAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Hanieh Afkhamiardakani Ning Hsu Ke Huang Junwei Meng Esmaeil Mobini Souchelmaei Behshad Roshanzadeh PHD ORGANIZATION, INFORMATION & LEARNING SCIENCES Sharon Schaaf PHD PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORTS & EXERCISE SCIENCE Bryanne Bellovary Christopher Frankel Zidong Li PHD PHYSICS David Amdahl Mohamadreza Fazel Monica Sanchez Barrantes Savin Shynu Varghese Samantha Wallace PHD POLITICAL SCIENCE Alexis Adams PHD PSYCHOLOGY Justina Avila Gabriela Lopez Rebecca Rieger Brandi Seaman PHD SOCIOLOGY Marian Azab PHD SPANISH & PORTUGUESE Marina Todeschini PHD SPECIAL EDUCATION Abdullah Alatawi Jesse Hall Yi Ling Lin Robert Shauger PHD STATISTICS Anastasiia Kim Kellin Rumsey PMS GLOBAL & NATIONAL SECURITY

Arielle Mattes David Sbarge

School of Law

JURIS DOCTOR Jessica Aguirre Jessica Arreola Kristan Burns Aaron Cress Hannah Gutierrez Ian Jump Rachel Kelchner William Lusk-Claiborne Bradley Odegard Morgan Porter David Rhee Dylan Rhinehart Margie Rutledge Taylor Weary MSL STUDIES IN LAW Jennifer Johnston

College of Nursing

DNP NURSING Marcia Cowen Maude May Radcliffe Myers Erica Newfield Mary Perez Shavonna White

College of Pharmacy

DOCTOR OF PHARMACY Xuan Le

Bachelor’s Degrees

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Anderson Schools of Management

BBA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Hannah Abreu Walter Aguirre Joel Aguirre Regina Alarcon-Arenivar Rakan Alduaijy Ayah Alrumaih Jesus Alvarado-Martinez Ruben Alvarez Sergio Alvidrez Sarah Andrews David Apodaca Steve Aragon Lorien Aragon Pablo Aragon Herrera Brittani Archibeque Marissa Archuleta Ariana Argueta Joseph Armijo Tyrone Austin Crystal Avila Halimah Awawda Alyssa Baca Marissa Baca Aaron Bachicha Pablo Barragan Monashay Beard Kendra Beauford Verna Begay Kyle Begay Jesus Sonny Belleza Leland Benn Prakat Bhatta Varun Bisht Ashley Blasy Jason Boxum Rodea Boyd Chuck Brehm Thomas Breneiser Taylor Bridge Michael Brown Isaac Buck Cristina Campa Jade Casey Martha Castaneda Anthony Castro Luis Ceja Marques Chaleunphonh Karen Chavez Alexandra Chavez Cecil Chavez Donovan Chavez Jacob Chavez Teyonna Cheromiah Samuel Choy Eliza Cichocka Tye Clark Adam Clark Brian Coffey Zulai Cole Charlton Collado Maya Contreras Joseph Cook Jaime Corona Alyssa Curley Arielle Damore Nicholas Davis Victoria De Flon Sasha De La Cruz Derek Dekle Elizabeth Delgado Berlinda Denetso

Nolan Di Greco Thinlay Dolkar Daniel Dominguez Denisse Dominguez Alejandro Donovan Brandon Dudley Ethan Duff Serena Duran Said El Hamdani Seoma Emrys Whisper Evans Christine Evans Jocilyn Eylicio John Faverino Kennedy Feltman Tiffany Ferrell Graciela Fierro Andrew Flores Cameryn Floth Suzanne Flynn Gabriel Fuentes Holly Gallegos Iris Garcia Gabriel Garcia Ana Garcia Gabriel Garcia Diana Garcia Ryan Gately Steven Giles Jose Gomez Muniz Jose Gonzales Iris Gonzalez Raquel Grant Micah Gray Michael Guardiola Audrianna Gutierrez Jacob Haman Zachary Harper Stephen Haskie Zach Hays Jacobi Hearn David Hernandez Adriana Herrera Roscoe Hill Noah Hill Justin Hohn Caleb Holloway Caillean Holmes James Horsechief Keith Hubka Jeniffer Huizar Stephanie Hullender Phung Huynh Melissa Iturralde Saenz Alyssa Jakes Eva Caroline Emelie Jansson Tristin Jaxon Andres Jiron Adrianna Johnson Brian Johnson Jennifer Johnson Avery Johnson Merlin Johnson Gavin Jones Isabel Jones Wyatt Jurish Anna Kassay-Padilla Kennedy Kessler Ashish Khatri Zachary Kimber

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Kassen Roth Heriberto Rubi Christen Saam Eric Saavedra Sally Saisa Shawn Sanchez Eva Sanchez Jericho Sanchez Steven Sanchez Christaan Sanchez Arlene Sanchez Marissa Sandoval Desiree Santillanes Cameron Scholl Kaytlyn Scholl Miranda Sedillo-Carrasco Binod Sharma Stevanna Shirley Aliyah Shutiva Nicholas Sigmon Jordan Silva Samantha Silva Rosenaldo Sitges Wimberly Slim Kayla Smead Jacob Smith Adam Smith Noka Spencer Jordan Staveley George Steinkamp Karla Strite Sosa Bibu Subedi Wei Tang Daniel Teahan Donna Tenorio Morghan Thomas Dylan Thompson Natasha Torres Adam Torrez Michael Trotter Leslie Trujillo Christopher Trujillo Kandace Tsosie John Twohig Megan Vandergriff Alejandra Vassallo Francisco Vigil Pablo Viramontes Brody Wade Takisha Ward Evan Warehime Amanda Warner Tya Watts Audra Whetten Joshua Williams Hayden Wilson Samuel Wilt Tory Works Lucas Wylie Philana Yazzie Keith Yeager Kristen Yellowhair Cody Young Adam Youtzy Angel Zawahri Xiaorong Zha Zhuoer Zheng

College of Arts & Sciences

Niko Ruiz Tevakatogia SalanoaTuioti John Sanchez Skyler Sanchez Emory Schwanitz BACHELOR Sophia Spizzirri OF ARTS Margaret Stuart Miranda Urrea Africana Studies Kendall Vote Beth Glenn Anneliese Ward Miracle Luster Destinee Warrior Cedric Roberson Lauren Weaver American Studies Nancy Canales Navarrete Chelsi Weber Shantayle Wilder Celina Pena Julia Zarate Anthropology Xinyi Zheng Melanie Anderson Criminology Sarah Arrowsmith Jazmine Anderson Tess Canino Rigel Baron Caroline Hanawalt Larissa Bernal Sean Jackson Kahil Berry Solomon Martinez Jeremy Cadman Aidan Miolano Bret Cervantes Fiona Shaffer Michael Del Frate Marisa Welling Isabelle Elrick Clayton White Giselle Espinosa Taylor Willes Dajon Frazier Biochemistry Jose Galaviz Toluwalase Ilesanmi Joan Gallegos Patrick King Sean Garza Biology Emma Ghormley Elias Aguilar Jourdan Gonzales Christopher Ahn Brandon Harrell Zoe Castro Ty Hunt Morgan Jackson Kimberly Ibarra Andra Lucero Allyson Irra Justine Martinez Rose King Sophia Montoya-Andrews Alexa Kirton Mario Moreno Ashlinn Lucero Alyssa Rubio Bianca Martinez Jessica Smith Ashleyrae Martinez Anya Toya Dennise Martinez Linda Tran Alexandre Mendoza Thannia Vasquez Alexander Michael Samaria Wiggins Janice Montez Chemistry Savanna Montoya Kevin Forte Jesse Moorhouse Maria Cecilia Oroyan Sidiki Mudada Celia Munoz Chicana Chicano Charles Nieto Studies Brenna O’Brien MacDonell Rose Calvano Roxanna Olivares Analiese Ellis Daniel Perez Rodriguez Odalis Pacheco Destiny Ramirez Yazil Rodriguez Manuela Ramirez-Cruz Communication Nancy Rocha Alexis Allison Keith Suder Mayra Aragon Christopher Taddoni Jordan Baca Sabrina Tafoya Bethany Bentley Dylan Tat Selena Bersosa Lydia Tetreault Saez Daniel Blanchard Asmah Thabata John Brotz Antonio Trigo Trace Bucey Jonathan Troup Kathryn Cannella Steven Trujeque Christian Castaneda Rhea Verma Alissa Chavez Shannon Paige Waldorf School Josselin Chun Cojom Devin Werner James Church of Brianna Zubia Davenport Architecture Darlen Earth & Planetary Kelly Esquibel and Planning Andrew Garcia Sciences Alexis Alejandro Madison Garrett BAA Asa Kearns Madeline Gauna ARCHITECTURE Heaven Lucero Kyle Gonzales Jordan Barretto Connor Mattocks Mark Grace Kylie Biddle Holly Wilkie Morgan Gutierrez Kaleb Bourne Kayla Heston East Asian Studies Daniel Bustos Duyen Huynh Laura Luu Andres Delgado Magaly Jimenez Symon Majewski Dean Estrada Dennis Jones Julianne Wong Garrett Harder Anthony Jones Ryan Kieffer Economics Magdalena Karns Raquel Pacheco Niraj Adhikari Shane Lesley Erick Rodriguez-Guzman Austin Aguinaldo Sylvia Markham Jose Vizcarra Riley Barber Shelly McLaughlin Melanie Foucault BAEPD Tracy McReynolds Victoria French ENVIRONMENTAL Joshua Medina Zhanna Garfield PLANNING AND Klarice Medina Tanner Groff DESIGN Kylie Mitchell Nathan Isaacson Catalina Ambriz Adrian Montoya Connor Johnston Hamza Awais Giovana Montoya Sarah Kienzle Francine Bivens Alisa Moortgat Jackson Kniebuehler Aveann Bousek Eduardo Moreno Barraza Maggie Maestas Kailani Gorman Bradley Murphy Thomas Miller Stevie Lowrey Sarah Ortega Andrew Minella Mikayla Ortega-Speight Auriella Ortiz Jordan Moats Jahro Parrish Alexia Reyna Jacob Moya Alessandra Rossi Megan Richards Hugo Patino-Cano Bernard Williams

Matthew Quintanilla Joshua Romanowski Christopher Sanchez English Studies

Sall Ahmadian Damon Alvarez Dustyn Bordeau Cameron Cates Brenna Cecil Sarah Durand Josh Escandon Brandon Funk Winona Haury Alexandra Hefner Michael Johnson Kathryn Kvasnak Ivy Lewis Katherine Love Lindsey Lucas Isabella Montoya John Moya Sarah Munson Mateo Quintana Joshua Sanchez Savanna Sanchez Laura Schoenfelder Patrick Sinclair Anabelle Torres Summer Vigil

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Adalida Baca James Corveddu Antonio McClelland Family & Child Studies

Omaury Washington French

Sofia Macias Alina Tapia Geography

Henry Dunlap Kiersten Long Adrian Marez Lauren Pease Gilberto Valerio

Health, Medicine & Human Values

Divya Rajput History

Eamon Bisbee Griffin Carty Alexandria Chavez Samantha Cooney Mackenzie Everett Sydney Garcia Lena Guidi David Jaramillo Robert Johnston John Matthews Jonathan Melodia Jacinto Montoya Matthew Nelson Ryan Ritter Isabela Rodrigues Thomas Shaw Holly Shires David Tafoya Nicolas Wulf

International Studies

James Belles Diamar Beltran-Taylor Vera Casaus Pedro Cuevas Blanco Sean Gardiner Devin Kelley Richard Kirschner Kailey LaClare Audriana Martinez Audrey Maxey Orlando Munoz Caroline Peters Jesse Rivera Vanessa Tapia Erica Teagle Brittany Welsh Megan Weston Xinyu Zhuang Journalism & Mass Communication

Brittany AscencioGoldstein Jennifer Cordray Stephen Cyvas Isabella Davis Gabrielle HockstraJohnson Davida Hollis Annemarie Miles

Dalton Padilla Mariah Perry Benjamin Robb Keely Scheffler Languages

Shannon Brown Isaac Brown Miko Serna Jenna Ulibarri Brittany Welsh Linguistics

Sara Alkharas Michael Apodaca Isaac Brown Gabriel Chacon Nyna Dunning Kayla Henshaw Anthony Humetewa Damien Lopez Native American Studies

Luke Brunettoburd Songtree Cordova Thelessia Hemstreet Eileen Mitchell Deidre Otero Philosophy

Nathaniel Callaway Patricio Chacon Christopher Clawson Alexander Hamilton Kameron Kennedy Ksenia Klepitskaya Jacob Ring Jordan Vick Physics & Astrophysics

Robyn Ulibarri

Political Science

Jordan Anderson Andrew Aragon Natalie Avitia Nicholas Baca Kearstin Baros Antoine Bremond Daniel Brnjic Aaron Cecenas John Cooke Rebecca Diaz-LLera Kelly Dougherty Andres Esquivel Adam Gammill Alexandra Garcia Shonn Greengrass Jeremy Griego Robert Grilley Jack Hart Valentina Horlander Jessica Kapi Daniel Klause Natalia Korenev Anamika Kotiar Timoteo L’Esperance Benjamin Loukoumidis Yolanda Lucero Austin Lujan Mariah Martinez Nicolas Monnheimer Marcos Montoya Vincent Moya Morgan Muir Simone Nunez Aaron Padilla Alexis Padilla-Torres Claire Rainwater Hannah Saavedra James Schaeffer Julia SchneiderMontgomery River Shields Gabriel Stacy Carlos Tena Belle Thomas Perla Torres Baeza Kirstyn Valencia Randy Vargas-Lopez Pauline Wayland Pre-Psychology

Ryan Modisette Psychology

Amenah Adi Kayla Apodaca Kunihiro Araki Julia Baca Ashlee Baca Leslie Bailon Molinar Isabella Baker Gustavo Barrientos

Arlene Bellamy Tyra Borrego-Lopez Karinna Bourgeois Hanna Boyer Renee Brinson Jared Buffington Caitlyn Burks Raelynn Cachini Alondra Calderon Samantha Campos Heather Carleton Jessica Castillo Phylicia Castillo Valerie Chacon Zachary Chavez James Clemens Kristin Coontz Jessica Cordova Angela Cox Dakoda Crawford Alexandria Crawford Shantel Cruz Jordan Davis Samuel Davis Shannon Dickinson Cassandra Dierks Erica Dimond Jason Diz Jamie Douglas Eileen Dragt Mason Dumars Michael Engelhardt Elizabeth Eversole Adrianna Eylicio Matthew Faulkner Amanda Fingado Erin Fogarty Kevin Forte Joseph Fragua Devin Franklin Kirsten Gallegos Eddie Garcia Andrew Garcia Taylor Garcia Elena Garcia Ximena Garcia Anthony Garcia Lucas Garcia Cardenas Madeline Gilbert Tate Goldhammer Laura Gomez Julian Gonzales Daniela Gordillo Martinez Rayanna Griego Julia Griego Raquel Guevara Rhiannon Gurule John Gurule Mareya Gutierrez Kimberly Hatathlie Anwar Hawsawi Benjamin Hefter Destiny Hendrickson Rachel Henke Jasmine HernandezMorris Justin Herrera Kerri Huchton Gwendolyn Joysen Karenbir Kalouria Christina Kaskabas Alexandria Kent Chloe King Linsy Knowles Jhoniq Lentsch Nicholle Lopez Karla Lopez Baez Sarah Lovato Rachel Lucero Charles Lucero Sarah Lucero Megan Lucero Brynn Lucero Jonel Lucero-Martinez Olivia MacQuigg Hailey Mader Chastidy Madrigal Belem Marentes Justin Martin Jahkairah Martin Nadya Medina Grace Medwetz Amber Mendoza Elena Montoya Briana Montoya Karla Morales Kentrail Moran AnnaMia Mourning Ty Murphy Victor Nelson

Cassandra Nickels Sarah Nikolai Norvin Notah Destinie Otero Faten Oweis Brittany Padilla Diana Perea Josephine Pett Karely Pillado Monica Ponce Chloe Ponsardin Aajah Rael Mika Reichert Adriana Reyes Villa Kayla Richards Lila Richardson Jacob Ring Sophia Rodrigues Carmen Romero Angel Romero Mariah Romero Stephen Rone Vannessa Ruelas Ana Ruiz Nakia Russ Dominic Saiz Ana Sanchez Rachel Sanchez Vail Sanchez Mollie Santiago Devin Segura Kara Seifert Evan Sena Isabella Shoats-Weaks Jessica Smith Stephen Sommerville Trevor Spahr Chamonix Strange Gwenievere Tai Kelli Taylor Alex Thornhill Amanda Torraco Paulina Trillo Zamarripa Jenna Trujillo Angelina Valdez Elizabeth Van Ness Annabella Veenstra Alice Vernon Stacy Warden Anastasia Weitz Christopher Williford Karlie Wilson Briana Winn Leah Yu Patrick Zamora

Rishi Patel Madison Paulk Michael Pendleton Anastasia Pittis Speech & Hearing Rene Raymond Sciences Cassaundra Roback Gabriela Baca Gabryel Rodriguez Dominique Braniff Desirae Cavazos-Arechiga Marcello Rodriguez Victoria Roy Isabel O’Brien Michael Rutherford Victoria Rivera Alexander Sanchez Alfredo Zamora Jasmine Schmidt Julia Zarate Zachary Smith BACHELOR OF Brayden Steinbock SCIENCE Yasmin Tan Anthropology Fatima Torres Megan Gutierrez Breanna Trujillo Heather Hendrickson Jonathan Tyrrell Avrey Montoya Jenna Ulibarri Ethan Parker Jennifer Valdez Jason Shelton Chelsea Varney Timothy Vanzeben Mercedes Vigil Nghia Vo Astrophysics Samantha Ward Prescott Farley Megan Wilkie Trevor Oliver Susan Sapkota Chemistry Jeremy Badgett Biochemistry Matija Barrett Sean Castillo Elizabeth Eldred Alexandra Dominguez Heather McClurg Sophie Eckel Alejandro Reyes Javier Leo Kelsi Machado-Mendivil Earth & Planetary Michaela Martinez Sciences Jaqueline Mayfield Abigail Axness Phoebe Nichols Jade Comellas Irenio Ortega Dominic Galaviz Whitney Owens Robert Garringer Jun Park Nuha Islam Resha Rajkarnikar Ryan Larosa-Lopresti Luis Ramos Anthony Maestas Brandi Rodarte Joshua Parks George Ryan Sarah Rysanek Robert Schrock Brady Spears

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