Commencement Issue May 28, 2010
Class of â€™10: Party on!
May 28, 2010
Check below for a name you know! Recognize anyone? Be sure to congratulate these students, who will walk at Commencement on May 30.
Ryan Abbott Toshiko Abe Nadia Abraibesh Jared Adamson Eric Schaefer Anderson Kyle Roger Anderson Rachael Marie Anderson Abby Elizabeth Andrew Frank J. Andrews III Kathryn Michele Archambault Joshua M. Atiyeh Russell Austin Dominic Jay Baez Ian MacGregor Ballantyne Kenton Clifford Barker James Ernest Barrett Kate Barrett Andrew Beagle Katelyn Bean Colin Bebee Kyndra Beebehiser Thomas Brian Belleque Dane Randol Beltrami Ashley Ann Bennett Gregory Stephen Blakeman Jessica Ashley Bock Burt Kai Kensei Bonk Bryan A. Borgmeier Kelson Ulrich Brown Lauren A. Brown Christopher Wayne Buck Rachel Jo Burand Samantha Burby Jacob Matthew Burger Caitlin Heather Busse Mark Carder Mallery Jo Carlson Ashlee L. Carter Claire Carter Tyler Jackson Carter Kelsey MacKenzie Chance Alexandrea Chaney Allison E. Chappell Marina Elowah Cheatham Joelle Nalani Cheek Ryan Gregg Chisolm Ansley Jean Clark Aaron Matthew Cody Deonte Compton Katie Day Cook Heather Lynn Cooksley Frances Corcorran Katharine Glenn Cowgill Christina Marie Crane Carl Justin Cregor Linnaea Cunha Peter Robert D’Aboy Ian Patrick Davenport Melinda Sun-Hyang David Matthew R. Davies Tyler Ray Davis Shanelle De Almeida Guneratne William A. DeBiccari
Erik Junius Dixon Garrett Michael Dorn Andrea Jacqueline Kealohalani Duranleau Brianne Kimberly Durkin Samantha A. Easterly Frank Talmage Edman II Steven Austin Eggert Daniel Anthony Enck Harry Nathaniel Epply Alia Waheed Eraky Samantha Jean Ernst Kristina Fehr Rhett Ellis Fenton Kara Malia Fertello Shawn Matthew Fisher Krista Lynn Foltz Jared Ross Forell Kelsey Marie Forrest Rochelle Friend Candice Fujino Kelly Anne Gates Thomas William George David Alan Gier II Aaron Keahi Gosiak William Endre Graven Britney Terese Gray Erik W. Grimstad Caitlin Rose Grunbaum Grant A. Guidarelli Jillian Rachel Haig Kimberly Lynn Hamlin Elyse D. Hansen Alex Harkaway Tyler Harmon Kaela J. Harnett Jason Haun Kyle Randolph Helm Caitlin Michelle Henry William Nels Hermens Christopher Joseph Hernandez Scott Ramsing Herron Stephanie Hannah Heuser Alexandria Shani Hill Ashlee Hockett Anna Corene Holgate Whitney Honn Ruya Huang Jesse Hughey Ian Todd Huntley David Lee Hurn Brittany Nicole Inman Travis Isaacs Jaymin Eugene Jackson Ashley Lynae Johnson Brittany Kalani Johnston Matthew Jonathan Samantha Kate Jordan Emily Ann Kaltenbach Rachel Marie Kaplan Sallie Ann Katter Ajeeta Khatiwada Jason Thomas Kintz Marcella Mae Klimek
Yusuke Kobayashi Lukian Jacob Kobzeff Anthony Kordosky Kimberly Akemi Kramer Katelyn Krygowski Halit Ziya Cem Kuleli Jennifer L. Kyle Chelsea Briana Langevin Jessica Margaret Learn Melinda Elizabeth Lee Catrina Hokulani Leiato Brian William Leith Chase Lemon Tessa Leppell Matthew Joseph Levering Janelle Levesque Courtney Lindsey Lewis Frederick Connor Lieb Tamir Lkhamsuren Lauren Elizabeth Loepp Melissa Nicole Loney Keyra Keli’a Loo Jeremy Christopher Lovell Joshua Michael Lovell Grant Lucas Bryce Richard Madison Megan C. Malen Sara Renee Marroquin Lindsey Marsaw Jeremiah Jacob Maupin Mallory Michael Mazeikas Reese Edward McCulley Courtney Dee McFadden Christopher Michael McIsaac Ash Lee N. McKay Isaac Russell McSwane-Mock Meghan Elizabeth Meehan Andrea Maeve Menzel Shannon Lynne Merrick Jamie Lynn Mertz Megan Messmer Amy Elizabeth Meyer Christina Alisha Michael Hannah Page Michelotti Rachel Lynn Miles Teal Millage Scott Andrew Millenbach Christopher James Miller Kenneth Miller Brandon Mills Robyn Lynn Mills Emily Kathryn Moen Clinton Tyler Moore Geoffrey Allen Moore Diane Morgan Kyle Mosbrucker Thomas John Muguira Jordan A. Muir Abby Diane Mulvihill Heather Ann Munyon Christine Chiyo Nakamura Joy Louise Nelson Michael Ryan Nelson
Tyler Dewitt Nelson Evan T. Nesmith Laurel Newberry Lillian Elizabeth Niland Paul Andrew Nishizaki Nathan R. Noble Christopher James Norman Steven G. Ohl Claire Elizabeth Oliver Jessica Lee Ouellette Kaelen Emily Park Jeanna Corrine Parks Paul Partlow Trevor Patterson Joel Scott Paul Gordon Paulsen Katrina Anne Peavey Rebecca Marie Pechette James Castanon Peek Joel Douglas Pentecost Jenessa Margaret Peterson Eric James Phillips Kari Elise Pierce Justine Pillar Andrew S. Platon Andrew Charles Pohl Jessica Popiel Sarah Margaret Poppino Nicholas Charles Powers Brandon Pratt Ashley Nicole Price Stephanie Purser Scott Ramirez Tracie Rampone Duncan Reid Victoria Reisbeck Ashley Richardson Tyler Michael Rodgers Cole Alexander Rogers Lillan Sophia Roquet Joel Rychard Julie Ann Rylander Jennifer Marie Sacklin Devin John Salinas Alethea Nike Samerotte Zachary Saplan Bethanye Rose Satterwhite Joshua Ronald Scheel Julia Ann Scheele Nicole Scheidler Joseph Scott Schelsky Andrew Franklin Schroeder Jamika C. Scott Sterling Patrick Emery Scott Russell James Sells Robin Cheryl Severson Ashley Elaine Shenk Thomas James Sherwood Rebekah Shrader Whitney K. Shultz Michelle Lea Silbernagel Veronia L. Siller Cori Renee Simmons
Alexandra Ruth Simpson Thomas Craig Sinclair Brian Singer Justin Siu Nicolle Skarmas Alexandra Marie Smith Heather Hillary Smith Dylan James Sorber Katherine Elizabeth Sours Amanda Rose Sperry Reed Atherton Standlee Matthew Statz Michael L. Stead Lauren Alexandra Stevens Jennifer Lee Stewart Kristin Marie Stewart Jeffrey Shaw Stoefen Evyan K. Stuart Ashley Swanson Sharon Leigh Sweeney Corinne Swift Olivia Maureen Terris Cody Tesoro Liv C.Thomson Keeley Ann Thurman Alexander Tkachuk Lauren Toews Brett Tolman Tasha Tolzmann Victoria Ann Treadaway Charlotte C. Trowbridge Paden D. Tufts Tyler N. Tveit Heidi Ann Vanden Bos Scott Vanden Bos Kaitlyn Vannoy Jaimie-Lynn Kimiko Okata Ventura Jeffrey R. Voth Emily Therese Vuylsteke Elizabeth Mary Waddell Amelie Walker Emily A. Watson Mitchell Phillip Webb Andrew Webber Jonathan David Weber Sarah Ruth Wendt Kellan Caday Westhusing Paul West Caitlin Sara White David Thomas White Thomas White Rebecca Williams Samuel Windom Hillary Lynn Winkler Kurtis Edward Wong Auralea Autumn Woods Brittany L. Woods Alexander Benjamin Woolsey Catherine Wyckoff Andrea Zenn *Obtained from the Office of the Registar
‘Hero of Medicine’ to speak at annual Commencement ceremony Joshua Ensler News editor Commencement on the Green, Linfield’s annual graduation ceremony, will feature a world-renowned humanitarian aid worker who saved Sudan from disease. Dr. Jill Seaman was honored in 1997 by Time Magazine as Hero of Medicine for her work in Sudan combating an epidemic of the deadly kala-azar virus. She established her own medical organization in Sudan and spends part of the year there, according to her MacArthur Foundation profile. Seaman also received a MacArthur Grant of $500,000 to continue her work in Africa. According to a press release by Linfield, she spends part of the year in Old Farok, Sudan, and the rest in Bethel, Alaska, where she works with the Yup’ik Eskimo tribe. She works with the YukonKuskokwim Health Corporation in Alaska. Seaman received her master’s of medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine in 1979. She earned her doctorate in medicine at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
in 1989. Seaman completed her residence in family practice at the Natividad Medical Center in Salinas, Calif. • Students have a mixture of anticipation and anxiety for graduation. Senior Isaac McSwain-Mock said he felt proud of his accomplishments. “It’s a scary thought,” he said. “But with all the work I’ve put into this, it feels like a real accomplishment.” There are 518 students graduating this year. They come from 21 states and eight foreign nations, including Nepal, Mongolia and Turkey, according to the Linfield website. The Spring Commencement Ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. May 30 in the Oak Grove. Other ceremonies, such as the baccalaureate, will be in Ted Wilson Gymnasium. At 2:30 p.m., May 30, the Nursing Closing Convocation will end the ceremonies. It will be held in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium. Joshua Ensler can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Commencement calendar Saturday, May 29
• Baccalaureate Time: 6 p.m. (line up at 5:30 p.m. in cap and gown) Where: HHP Breezeway Details: Graduating seniors are invited to the baccalaureate speech by Reverend Stephan Ross. The speech is titled “Life Interrupted.” Ross has served as pastor of the McMinnville United Methodist Church since 1998 and is currently co-pastor of the McMinnville Cooperative Ministries. He completed his master of divinity degree at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, Calif.
Sunday, May 30
• Commencement Time: 10 a.m. (line up at 9 a.m. in cap and gown) Where: Meet at Ted Wilson Gymnasium (Commencement will take place on the Oak Grove) Details: Linfield College will graduate 518 students at its 2010 Spring Commencement. Humanitarian physician Jill Seaman will present the commencement address, followed by departmental receptions in the Oak Grove. Front page graphic by Dominic Baez/Freelancer
May 28, 2010
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Week In Review
May 28, 2010
BASEBALL Duc Hoang/Freelancer Sophomore outfielder Zach Boskovich is greeted by the ’Cats after scoring in their 6-0 win May 21.
’Cats take off
Duc Hoang/Freelancer The Linfield baseball team prepares to take the field before its matchup against Chapman University on May 21. Behind senior Reese McCulley’s 10 strikeouts, the Wildcats cruised to a 6-0 win. Senior shortstop Kelson Brown paced the Wildcat attack, recording two doubles and three RBIs.
After falling to Pomona-Pitzer on May 20 to face elimination, the Linfield baseball team strung together three straight wins, including a 12-3 victory against Mississippi College on May 22, to win its first West Regional championship. The ’Cats will face the University of Massachusetts-Boston on May 28. For the full story, go to www.linfieldreview.com.
Photo courtesy of Linfield Sports Information Department Senior right fielder Rochelle Friend goes horizontal to catch a line drive from Tiger senior Adrienne Meier. Photo courtesy of Linfield Sports Information Department Sophomore shortstop Staci Doucette clubs her school-record 20th home run to take the Wildcats to a 2-0 lead over East Texas Baptist University in the first inning of the D-III national championship game.
Softball nabs second place
The Wildcats began their World Series run with a 4-3 come-from-behind victory against Luther College and a 2-1 win against DePauw University. After a 6-2 loss to East Texas Baptist University, Linfield beat Eastern Connecticut Univserity 10-1 to force a championship matchup with ETBU. Up 4-1 after the top of the fifth inning, the ’Cats faltered and lost 5-4, claiming second place in Division III. For the full story, go to www.linfieldreview.com.
Katie Paysinger/Senior photographer
Portland-based band Derby performs in Ted Wilson Gymnasium for Wildstock, Linfield’s annual spring fair, after rain prevented the event from taking place on the IM Field.