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VOL. 34 LOYOL A MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY ONE LMU DRIVE LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 6,126 UNDERGR ADUATES

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DUSK The serenity of campus at sunset invites students to slow down and re ect as the prepare or an evening o wor or pla

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OUR INDIVIDUAL STORIES ARE COMPLEX AND COMPLETE. OUR FR AGMENTS ARE VITAL FACETS TO THE VIBR ANT COMMUNITY WE SHARE. AND SO, OUR FRAGMENTS FUSE.

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SEPTEMBER 18

SORORITIES & FRATERNITIES PAGE 280

FALL APALO OZ A Bebe Rexha and Aloe Blacc’s performance opens with Ulualo oleman sian aci c tudies

SEPTEMBER 6

MEET THE GREEKS

SEPTEMBER 15

MA SS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT ather llan ec presides over the esuit tradition calling the amil to worship AUGUST 27

EXP FEST

t elcome ee end s largest communit event, students explore the numerous ways to get involved on campus

FAITH & DIVERSIT Y PAGE 26

SEPTEMBER 22

DIALO GUE ON R ACE DAY OF DIALOGUE PAGE 46

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS PAGE 254

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ADVICE FROM THE DEANS PAGE 102

OCTOBER 23

K ALEID O-L A ALUMNI PANEL

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WOMEN’S SO CCER V. UCSB The battle on Sullivan ield ends in a - tie

THAI PRIME MINISTER PR AYUT CHAN-O-CHA SPE AKS ON REDUCING P OVERT Y

haring their wisdom Department of Art & rt istor lumni spea to students a out their e periences pre- and post-graduation

OCTOBER 17

MEN’S WATERP OLO V. CL AREMONT MUDD

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MADNESS

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KXLU FEST

ar ing the ic -off o as et all season pla ers and ans gather in ersten avilion or the spirited annual rall ATHLETICS PAGE 212

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IKE BOTTITA / CIVIL ENGINEERING ‘18

“I show my pride by being active in the communit upporting the neigh orhood around us and holding the name high and proud

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PRIDE espite a loss o - against epperdine men s waterpolo e empli ed the ion trong spirit pushing through the game with their heads held high WORDS

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WELCOME BACK ancing in the eptem er sun students cele rate the eginning o all semester at s allapaloo a WORDS

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TIFFANY PRZYBYLA / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘19

he est part a out is how involved and interconnected the student population is here is such a strong, supportive and committed communit here and that s what ma es this school so ama ing

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VOTING RESULTS PAGE 40

DECEMBER 2

CHRISTMA S TREE LIGHTING

NOVEMBER 8

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Students welcome the Christmas season with s annual hristmas ree ighting gathering in egents errace

NOVEMBER 10

GLOBAL CITIZEN DAY President Snyder, and international organi ations and programs cele rate diversit in the communit with ood speeches and dancing NOVEMBER 3

VOTING WITH A CONSCIENCE reparing or the upcoming election r atthew etruse lectures on the importance o decision-ma ing in regards to atholicism and politics

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GLOBAL AWARENESS PAGE 210

DECEMBER 5

WOMEN’S BA SKETBALL V. UCSB

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ESPÉRER BENEFIT FOR HOPE

CLIMATE CHANGE PAGE 47

RECORD R AINFALL ringing a pro a le end to a ears-long drought os ngeles records inches upon inches o rain o the norm

DECEMBER 8

GAL A CHRISTMA S CONCERT inging in the holiday season, the horuses per orm in acred eart hapel

LION STORIES invites students to share personal e periences regarding mental health to end stigmas and promote education

ALL ORG NIGHT

INAUGUR ATION TE ACH-IN DISCOURSE & PROTEST PAGE 184

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Curious students attend All Service rgani ation ight to learn a out the universit s nine service organi ations SERVICE ORGS PAGE 246

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RALLY Over 100 students and faculty march to Alumni Mall to raise awareness or ust and humane immigration re orm WORDS

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GIVINO ROSSINI / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘20

love ecause o the eauti ul campus and the constant encouragement from those around me to strive for success

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JAMIE HIGA / BIOLOGY ‘17

“We have such a diverse student body have riends not onl rom various states around the ut rom all over the world he taught me so much a out the world and a out m sel

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TRUST cers rom the os ngeles olice epartment visit campus to participate in a o ialogue communit discourse WORDS

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BL ACK HISTORY P OETRY acing a live audience, students acult and staff present their poetic creations in the iving oom during the open mic hosted by lac tudent ervices

BODY IMAGE AWARENESS MONTH

SENIOR SP OTLIGHT CAREER NIGHT CL ASS OF 2017 PAGE 120

R ACE TALKS tudents and acult attend a guided wor shop led by the Intercultural Facilitators to discuss race, immigration e ualit and ustice in merica

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CLOSER THAN WE THINK REVE AL DNA TESTING PAGE 82

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MARCH 1

A SH WEDNESDAY MA SS

SENIOR TRIBUTES PAGE 292

UNDERGR ADUATE COMMENCEMENT After a long ear revising theses cr ing over pages and pages o research and perhaps even contemplating dropping out o college the lass o wal s through un en arden to receive their hard-earned diplomas

IMMIGR ANTS MAKE AMERICA GRE AT MARCH In response to Donald Trump’s policies on immigrants the os ngeles communit marches on it all MARCH 1

SPRING BLO OD DRIVE

MARCH 16

A SLMU PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES

AF TER SUNSET

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ddressing the constituents candidates or resident and ice resident positions engage in a live de ate

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JAZMIN NAVATO / COMMUNICATION STUDIES & SOCIOLOGY ‘19

has helped me to see the immense eaut in the little things li e the sunset the luff and the wa sun illuminates the chapel t isn t hard to nd od in all things when ou live on such a eauti ul campus

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SPARKS riends gather around a on re at oc weiler tate each so ortunate to e a le to call this place home WORDS

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HAYDEN TANABE / ACCOUNTING & ECONOMICS ‘18

“My decision to attend LMU has been the best decision that I have ever made in my entire life and it is a rmed ever single da Home is where the heart is and mine beats crimson and blue

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DANCE MGMT mixed a DJ set at ASLMU’s After Sunset while concert-goers danced under the lights.

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AMANDA WALLACE / MARKETING & MODERN LANGUAGES ‘18

“I A I was with a good majority of my sorority sisters and we were having the time of our lives .”

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Students bring concerns about the protection of immigrant and international students to an ASLMU panel discussion.

CHANGING TECH Our gadgets keep evolving just like the ever-shifting Los Angeles vista we en o rom the luff

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SERVICE & CAUSE

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ELECTION Rocking their right to vote, students cast ballots for the 45th U.S. President.

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Lions keep pace around Ignation Circle in the annual hin in ene tting breast cancer research.

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HAPPINESS First-years enjoy summer sunshine during the Sundae Funday welcome event.

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ATHLETES ON FO CUS NCAA swimmers perfect the technical details during daily practice at Burns Rec Pool.

MONICA BELD / DEL REY PLAYERS / THEATRE ARTS ‘17

“Working for the Del Rey Players as an actor, board member, musical director and director have been memorable experiences that each challenged me to grow and made me more con dent in m nowledge of theatre and my personal skills as a student leader.” DESTINY EASTER / GENDER SEXUALITY ALLIANCE / PSYCHOLOGY & POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘18

“I work with Gender Sexuality Alliance on campus to create a space where students can outwardly express their gender identities, sexual orientations or act as an ally without hesitation or fear of ridicule. I hope that our organization will gain more popularity in the greater LMU community.” ALYSSA LAU / NA KOLEA / BIOLOGY ‘17

“One thing that I love about Na Kolea is all of the events and activities I get to help put on. I hope that the welcoming spirit that Na Kolea has inspires others in the LMU community to share their passions as well.” BRIANNA BERKHOUT / POWER / MARKETING ‘19

“Once I leave LMU, I hope that POWER (Positive Opportunities for Women’s Empowerment and Recognition) will continue to inspire the women here to push themselves and each other, knowing that there is a community on campus that believes in them.” WORDS D. DUBOSE / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON, A. LIOR, C. PINTOR, R. RANATUNGA & P. REILLY

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SENIORS Senior Sushi Night brings together members of the class of 2017 to celebrate their nal semester

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HOME & FAMILY PAGE 290

“From the bluff, you can see all of Los Angeles—my home city. I go at night because I like to think of all the lights as a sea of terrestrial stars. It’s a calming moment for me to sit down, have the ocean to my left and my hometown to my right and think through whatever is on my mind.”

PERSPECTIVE

ALFREDO HERNANDEZ / POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH ‘18

DEEP FAITH & AN EMBRACE OF DIVERSITY GROWS FROM OUR JESUIT & MARYMOUNT ROOTS One of the distinguishing features of our University

join together here. Victor Diaz (Management, ’19) said,

open about who attends. If people want to be there,

is its diverse student population—especially when

“The openness of a Jesuit university is my favorite

they are encouraged to participate, no matter what it

it comes to faith. Not only are traditional Catholics

part. A lot of people that I’ve met are not necessarily

attracted to LMU’s Jesuit- and Marymount-rooted

Christian or Catholic, but everyone has one thing

Conversations about faith on campus center

education, but students of all backgrounds. Alex Lior

in common: that they’re accepting. Whatever you

around forming a strong community. Annie Shane

(Film & Television Production, ’19) practices Judaism

believe in, they’re open to new ideas and you will

(Health & Human Sciences & Psychology, ’19) said,

and praises our campus as a safe space of worship for

never be rejected for your views.”

“It’s been nice to be around a community that’s very

all. “Intolerance is the reason that we aren’t accepting

The faith-based living examples of LMU’s three

open to all things. I feel very welcomed here. I don’t

of other people’s beliefs,” Lior said, “but understanding

sponsoring religious orders—Society of Jesus,

feel any pressure at all to be anything I’m not; I am

that we are all different, especially in our opinions, is

Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary and Sisters of St.

accepted and loved as I am.”

important. Those differences are what make us great.”

Joseph of Orange—create a culture of deepening faith

Weekly Sunday night Mass with the following

While maintaining its institutional commitment

that invites students to grow in their chosen religious

Cave reception is a standing tradition for many

practice during their matricultation.

students. Matt Stein (Engineering Undeclared, ’20)

to Roman Catholicism, Loyola Marymount has emerged as a beacon of equality and love for all who

WHATEVER YOU BELIEVE IN, THEY’RE OPEN TO NEW IDEAS AND YOU WILL NEVER BE REJECTED FOR YOUR VIEWS

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is or who you are.”

Campus Ministry is at the forefront of facilitating

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the students’ spiritual growth. Through various programs, retreats, group activities and weekly Mass, students can find their niche and connect with others. Sofia Ruiz (Electrical Engineering, ’20) said, “I know that everyone is welcome anywhere and they’re very

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said, “I love going to the Cave afterwards where people can talk and hang out. It brings us closer—

AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM

like a family.” The opportunity to stand in faith with their peers and later reflect builds unique bonds. Diaz said, “It’s a different community here than Mass at home. Being with people your own age and going to

people I’ve met in CLC have really helped me grow

the Cave to socialize and talk about our faith is really

and become a better person.”

great because you get to meet different people from

cultures mix to form new ideas and perspectives that

different places.”

O O are part of the greater community of Jesuits around the world. Jesuits are known for being not only missionaries and pastors, but also scholars, artists, and professors. The Jesuit community ocuses on nding aith through education and culture.

Our community is one where beliefs and

Christian Life Community (CLC) provides

continually create a more accepting and open student

another chance to connect over faith weekly in

body. Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (everything for the

small-group discussions, as well as larger group

greater glory of God) is lived out here every day as

events, that focus on community, spirituality and

we develop not only academically, but spiritually. As

service. CLC unites Christians of all denominations

Lior summed it up, “Safe worship space is important

who share a passion for their faith and helping

because everyone matters and so does their heart.

those in need. Reflecting weekly with others helps

For each student to get the most out of their LMU

students manage the load of school responsibilities

experience, being able to share this part of them is a

and other stress. Ruiz said, “I struggled a lot my

priority.”

first semester so one thing that helped me was

WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN E. GARCIA / PHOTOS A. LIOR, J. MCLENNAN, R. RANATUNGA & P. REILLY

holding onto my faith and focusing on growing in my relationship with Jesus.” Shane added, “All of the

RELIGIOUS OF THE SACRED HEART OF MARY was founded by a group of women and was brought to Los Angeles in 1933 as Marymount College in Westwood. This group is committed to evangelical justice at LMU and globally, working across four continents serving others. THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF ORANGE started with a group of French women in the 17th century who broke the social norms of their day to go out into the community to help others rather than stay safe in a convent. With time, they spread from France to all over the world, and now work closely with LMU. They focus on topics such as healthcare, education, retreat ministry, spiritual direction and pastoral ministry.

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“It is the only Latino Mass so I couldn’t miss it. It gives me a chance to see other Latino students and bring my family. My favorite part is the reception because everyone is always so happy and we have music playing.” JASMINE SEGOVIA / LIBERAL ARTS UNDECLARED ‘20

LORENA GARCIA / PSYCHOLOGY ‘17

“My parents got an invitation to come to this Mass and celebrate Latino eritage onth loved the act that it was in panish ecause oth o m parents could actuall understand the ass e don t normall have panish Mass—we only have one every year, and that’s what makes it so special.”

MISA DE HERENCIA

LATINO HERITAGE

The Spanish language Mass celebrated Latino culture, its importance on our campus and its reflection of the history of Los Angeles. Students, families, staff and friends were invited to the Mass in Sacred Heart Chapel and the reception in the Sculpture Garden, where attendees enjoyed food and live music. VICTORIA AREVALO MORENO / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘20

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“I was a eucharistic Minister for this event so I was giving out the wine. I loved the fact that I got to be a part of it this time—I wasn’t just sitting; I was actually making it happen. My favorite part was when Father Galvan was speaking, because it was really kind and genuine.”

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“I helped pass out the wine during the ceremony, it was my first time so I didn’t know what to expect. I thought the entire event was really cool, and I really liked the music.” CHRIS PEREZ / LIBERAL ARTS UNDECLARED ‘20

“I’m a freshman and I heard it was a good event to go to. I liked the opening word and how it connected to issues today.”

PERSPECTIVE

SABRINA CAMACHO / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘20

“ALL ARE WELCOME IN THIS PLACE”

Through joyful song and touching prayer, students, faculty, staff and friends were welcomed into Sacred Heart Chapel to celebrate the start of a new academic year. This holy event encapsulated the ideal that all are welcome to worship with and become a part of the University community.

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PERSPECTIVE

“For silence and reflection, I usually go for a run along the bluff or spend time in the backyard of the CSA house where I live. They tend to be quiet areas where I can think clearly. I also enjoy looking at views and natural beauty, so being in those places helps me relax and appreciate life a little more as well.” EMMA WONG / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17

PERSPECTIVE

“There is a ledge by U-Hall that I love to sit and reflect at. It’s a nice spot to chill by myself, take in the view and reflect on how lucky and grateful I am to call this place home.” BEAU MANTOR / THEATRE ARTS ‘18

PERSPECTIVE

“I go to Sacred Heart Chapel for prayer, specifically. Often times I go to offer thanks but there are other times when I go with the intention of having a deeper and more meaningful prayer time. For silence, meditation or personal reflection, I enjoy going to the bluff and just taking in the beauty that is around me. Back in Santa Barbara I would always go to my church for the same reasons that I go to the bluff and the chapel. Some things just never change.” SARAH RASMUSSEN / LIBERAL ARTS UNDECLARED ‘20

PERSPECTIVE

“Father Privett underscored the idea that the dignity all of us share as sons and daughters of God compels us to embrace a commitment to diversity. He argued that the common good suffers when we don’t promote kinship with those different from us, a point he illustrated with many telling examples.” FATHER CARO ON FATHER PRIVETT’S MISSION DAY ADDRESS

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WE SHARED IT APP+GO PAGE 52

#INSTAGOOD LIKE

#Instagram has been a #creative way for this #generation to #communicate, #expressthemselves and #sharememories with others. Our #phones have become a #necessity and #scrolling has become #musclememory. #tbh we might be #obsessed. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & E. HUBERT / DESIGN C. SANTANDER

Cory Hutchinson @lajollahut ‘20, @lmualumnila, Vanessa Gomez @vtrigga ‘19, Josh Ramsey @thejoshramsey ‘18, Kayla Brogan @kaylajxy ‘19, Scott Ji @scottie_ji ‘20, Daniela Rojas Castro @daniellareds ‘19, Thomas Matthews @thomasdidwhat ‘19, @lmualumnila, Jordan McLennan @jordo_mclennan ‘19, @lmualumnila, Amanda Ordaz @amandaordazz ‘19 @lmulibrary

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BRENNAN GILPATRICK / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘17

nstagram does connect us it does so in the most super cial wa t doesn t connect me with ou it connects me with an ideal version of you. r a alse ou i we re going ull Catfish.”

“I think Instagram is both a form of self expression and a way to keep friends updated on your life. It definitely allows artistic self-expression.”

PERSPECTIVE

MEGAN RUSSELL / SCREENWRITING ‘18

Brady Palubiski @thebradyscott ‘17, @lmualumnila, @lmulibrary, Talia Baugnon @talpal16 ‘17, Ash Goodwin @onehumanstory ‘06, Michael Marchioni @mikemarchioni ‘19, Josh Ramsey @thejoshramsey ‘18, Ralph Patacsil @eurichhhh ‘18

@lmualumnila

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EMILY STEVENSON / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘20

“I got a tattoo because there was a deeper meaning behind it for me. It’s similar to a wedding ring in my mind because it’s a symbol for something greater and more meaningful.”

AAISHAH KELANI / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ‘18

“I use the Musical.ly app, which is a free social media app that allows you to create short lip-syncing videos. You can then send the videos to your friends or share them on social media platforms.”

MARSHALL MCKEEVER / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘20

WORDS A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN C. SANTANDER / PHOTOS A. LIOR, J. M CLENNAN & C. PINTOR

“Using my DVR to stream shows is e cient because whenever I have free time, I can go back and watch the shows I missed. Also, commercials make the shows longer and I don’t have time for that.”

MORE ZEITGEIST PAGE 98 JOHN FLYNN / MANAGEMENT ‘20

“Online gambling probably didn’t exist 20 years ago, so I’m sure the people back then would nd it prett weird Betting real money on the Internet sounds pretty strange, so I wouldn’t blame them. With all the technological advancements in our world, I think people in the future would view it pretty strange as well.”

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NCAA CROSS COUNTRY PAGE 221

DANIELLE SHANAHAN / NCAA CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK / PSYCHOLOGY ‘17

“It’s really important to be consistent in a sport like running. Training is built , from week to week, season to season.”

intensity BLAKE MEEK / NCAA GOLF / FINANCE ‘17

“It’s a combination of seeing the other guys doing it and , and wanting to do

in tournaments.”

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WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN E. GARCIA / PHOTOS A. LIOR, J. M CLENNAN & LMU ATHLETICS

TREVIN ESQUERRA / NCAA BASEBALL / PSYCHOLOGY ‘20

“You want to . Weight training is a crucial part of our overall training, so we do our best to treat it as such.” REBECCA TOY / CLUB LACROSSE / MANAGEMENT ‘17

“I love being able to see my teammates eeing m teammates giving their ull effort and .” MICHAEL HOFFMAN / CLUB LACROSSE / MARKETING ‘17

“I’m a pretty big believer in the theory that . If you have low intensity and low energy when you’re practicing, chances are that’s how you’ll show up in your game.”

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GETTING BACK ON TRACK PAGE 56

61%

B A BY B O O M E R S

regular exercisers are Millennials

GF Generation Z & Millennials are leaders of the Gluten-Free movement

MILLENIALS ARE READING L ABELS

of Millennials say that natural ingredients are very important factors in their purchase decisions.

MUSCLE MILK

41% 32% of Millennials

of Generation Z +

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GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES

CROSSFIT has grown to over 7,000 GYMS in 15 years due to the health trend of younger generations

SOURCES slideshare.net/Bryankorourke/nielsen-global-consumer-exercise-trends-survey-2014 nielsen.com/us/en/insights/news/2015/younger-consumers-endorse-healthy-foods-with-a-willingness-to-pay.html

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FITNESS FANATICS GET HEALTHY

Protein shakes, almond milk and kale are quickly replacing chips, soda and Twinkies. Young people are hitting the gym to de-stress and cardio pursuits like hiking are an often named hobby. Athletic clothing is a hot trend as customers flood Nike and Lululemon to buy the latest leggings, running shorts and sports bras. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTO J. M CLENNAN

JACLYN SAITO / ENGLISH ‘17

“I’m trying to make going to the gym part of my daily routine because I notice that when I do go to the gym, it makes me feel better. I feel more energized, throughout the day, it helps motivate me in terms of academics as well.” ERIC RIOS / ENGLISH ‘18

“Everyone is becoming more health-conscious and there’s more research out saying how good exercise is for you. There are from it.” ANNIE MONROE / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17

“I think our society is loo ing at tness as a priority and there’s a lot in the media about it. Now that there are so many unhealthy options, people have to make a choice whether to live a healthy lifestyle or not.”

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45 VOTERS ELECT THE F O RT Y- F I F T H U. S. P R E S I D E N T

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MR. PRESIDENT

CHANGE

November 8, 2016, was one of the most anxiously awaited days of the year. After one of the most controversial campaigns in history, the day finally came for America to make the big decision. Donald Trump was elected the 45 th President of the United States, and Californians also voted on propositions for radical change in the Golden State. Students took their voting rights very seriously, proven by busy polls in University Hall. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTO WIKIMEDIA

INAUGURATION OF THE 45 TH US PRESIDENT PAGE 184

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MILLENNIALS 496 C L I N TO N / / 39 T RU M P

HILLARY CLINTON won the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election with 48.2% of returns trumping Trump’s 46.1%. After a long campaign aimed at breaking the glass ceiling, disappointed supporters made it clear that despite the Electoral College results, they’re with her.

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VOTE LET THEM HEAR YOU ROAR Donald

presidency

bringing crowds to protests, their passion for

highlights a great divide in our nation. A portion

Trump’s

controversial

their ideologies was not reflected in the election

of this divide can be attributed to a generational

results.

gap. According to CNN Politics, 55% of Americans 18-29 years old voted for Hillary

happened here,” said Eric Carles, ’18, Biochemistry.

Clinton and 37% voted for Donald Trump, while

“The older citizens had a higher voter turnout

the overall votes for all ages were distributed at 48% for Clinton and 46% for Trump. Furthermore, Survey Monkey shows that Clinton would have won the Electoral College 504 to 23 had only millennials voted.

“Our generation has been scrutinized for having lots of big ideas but not applying them in a practical manner to our voter role. I think it’s important to get out and vote because a lot of people ght or this right and we should exercise it since we are fortunate enough to have it.” COLIN NOEL / FINANCE ‘20

“The same thing that happened at Brexit

MILLENNIALS ARE OPEN TO IDEAS OF OTHERS & IT’S A PRODUCT OF OUR DESIRE TO FORGE OUR OWN PATH

“Personally, I think the democratic nature of

than our generation. Also, many people refused

the Millennial generation comes in large part

to vote because they didn’t believe that any of

from the generation we were raised by,” said

the candidates truly represented them. If the

Laurel Mooney, ’20, Psychology. “Millennials are

current trend continues, and if the Democratic

considered to be liberal and open to the ideas of

and Republican parties don’t nominate someone

others and I believe it’s a product of our desire to

that people can truly relate to, voter turnout will

forge our own path but consider the voice of our

continue to decline.”

elders. As a Millennial who was raised by Baby

Should Millennials recognize the power and

Boomers, I feel that I can connect with the liberal

potential their generation possesses and become

identity of my generation while maintaining a

more engaged in voting, they could drastically

moderate stance.”

change the political environment in the future.

Although Millennials account for a significant

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portion of the population and are capable of

MIRANDA FAJARDO / FINANCE ‘17

“The two main candidates have a lot of controversy between them and I think it’s important to voice our opinions because contrary to popular belief, every vote does count and I think that we are shaping America.”

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GATHER tudents congregate in awton la a to watch the rst major election debate. VOTING Campus Ministry hosted “Voting with a Conscience,” where theology professor Dr. Matthew Petrusek discussed where Catholicism stands on our country’s current issues. DISCUSS Students were able to voice their opinions and feelings on the topics addressed in the debates.

“I am honestly incredibly shocked right now, but in a way I saw this coming. I think obviously this shows that people were extremely tired of the existing political experience in our country.”

THEN SURPRISE

KATIE PORTER / PSYCHOLOGY ‘19

WATCH Professors and peers watch the second debate, amused by the candidates’ interactions.

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SHARE A student voices her opinon at a teach-in showcasing students’ opinions in the form of letters to both the outgoing and incoming presidents. RESIST Campus posters encourage love and acceptance. PROTEST L U are spotted at the Women’s March in L.A. passionately supporting the protection of women’s rights.

NOW IDENTITY

“I think that all of the unrest is only a sign of a healthy democracy. People are really upset and frustrated about the chaos but we are lucky that we live in a country where we are allowed to speak up, whether you agree with other’s opinions or not. But we’re not going to get anywhere if we keep acting like it’s a big mystery why Trump won and Clinton lost. There are viable reasons why people vote the way they do. There is constant berating and labeling of either side but when it comes down to it, we all want the same thing, and that is to have better lives. We just evidently have different means of getting to the same ends. Grouping people together and labeling them never resulted in positive consequences.” KATIE PORTER / PSYCHOLOGY ‘19

MARCH of all at the Immigrant March in L.A.

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CODY PESTANA / ALUMNUS ‘14

he rst thing did was voice a concern that m personal interactions with police o cers have een mar ed with an attitude that’s intimidating. It reminds me of being picked on in middle school as the weird nerd id he police o cers push you around, and it seems like that’s their default setting. They have this default of lower level aggression.”

EMILY HUBERT / ENGLISH ‘19

“Of course we all know that there are — as there are dishonorable and hateful people in every trusting profession—but all I ask is that you don’t let that blind you from to keep you safe. It is often a thankless job so it is important to appreciate all of the men and women who do dedicate their lives to ensuring the safety of others.”

TO SERVE & PROTECT

CONNECT

Controversies surrounding recent interactions between police officers and minorities across the nation prompted “To Serve and Protect”, a night of discourse between the LAPD and the LMU community, sponsored by Ethnic and Intercultural Facilitators. The discussions on police brutality were some of the many components included in this year’s Dialogue on Race.

WORDS E. HUBERT / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTO BIG STOCK PHOTO

WORDS E. HUBERT / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTOS C. PINTOR

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SOURCES laalmanac.com/weather/we13a.php ktla.com/2017/01/13/as-socal-looks-to-dry-out-impressive-rainfall-totals-are-tallied/ latimes.com/opinion/editorials/la-ed-warm-rain-20170105-story.html

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“ SITTING IN WITH SNYDER PAGE 68

Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D wrote in a letter addressing the university community that he stood behind the chant at the November 17 UNITY March held on campus. His letter went on to promise to protect immigrant and international students. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE

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RAUL RUIZ / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ‘20

“It’s thoughtful of President Snyder to take this issue into account. LMU’s mission to be educated and to be for and with others is shown in his letter. he difference we ma e starts caring and it is onl magni ed once someone decides to do something about it. I’d like to thank the President for this shelter as well as his sense of hope.” MARCUS AVILA / BIOLOGY ‘20

ANGEL VAZQUEZ / CHICANA/O STUDIES ‘20

“I agree with President Snyder that we have to work to become a comfortable and safe environment for everyone on campus. On a personal note, as amazing as most of the students I have interacted with are—regardless of their race, gender, sexual orientation and religious a liation it is o ten hard to interact with people who are you. This is evident through isolating eye contact and body gestures.”

“President Snyder’s response concerning the election of Donald Trump fell completely in line with what a true leader of a Jesuit-based educational community should advocate. While focusing on unity and strength, President Snyder made me—and I’d assume many other students who have undocumented family members—feel grateful for being a part of LMU’s community.”

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ANONYMOUS

“My parents support the legalization of marijuana more so than alcohol. My mom thinks it’s way safer. It might sound weird, but it is safer if you think about it. You can’t overdose on marijuana to put it simply, you can’t die from taking marijuana by itself. You could die from drinking too much, to put it bluntly. It’s zero calories, it won’t give you a hangover.” ANONYMOUS

“Research shows cannabis is helping people kick opioid addiction. I’m proud it’s been legalized in so many states. But I am sad Trump’s administration has said they will target legal states with national enforcement. Apparently trans rights (etc.) should be left up to states. But not a plant that citizens have voiced shouldn’t be illegal. That should be regulated at the national level. Zero logic.”

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A B ONG? C A N

W E

A L L

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On November 8, voters passed Prop 64 with a 57.13 percent approval, legalizing the recreational use of cannabis and allowing those who are 21 and older to possess, transport, purchase and use marijuana within the state of California. Dean of Students Dr. Jeanne Ortiz was quick to inform the campus community that the University drug policy remained unchanged and on-campus possession, use or sale of the now state legal (but federally illegal) substance would still result in disciplinary action. WORDS D. DUBOSE & E. HUBERT / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE

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3,000,000 + The most retweeted post of all time is Ellen E

76 % of Facebook users, 51% of Instagram users, and 42% of twitter users use the apps daily.

76%

FA C E B O O K

51%

I N S TA G R A M TWITTER

42%

46% of Yelp users rate 5 stars

1

$

BILLION

in payments were transferred over Venmo in the month of January 2016.

22% 4 stars 10% 3 stars 7% 2 stars 15% 1 star

85 + over 85 university campuses use Tapingo

T O P 5 I N S TA G R A M H A S H TA G S

#love #instagood #me #tbt #cute

25,000

Over transactions are carried out through Tapingo daily.

shopping & restaurants a r e t h e t o p m o s t r a t e d c a t e g o r i e s o n Ye l p

SOURCES yelp.com/factsheet time.com/4263227/most-popular-tweets/ postplanner.com/popular-instagram-hashtags-for-getting-new-followers/ pewinternet.org/fact-sheet/social-media/ fortune.com/2016/02/16/venmo-billion/ businessinsider.com/tapingo-raises-22-million-to-deliver-food-to-college-kids-on-demand-2015-4

APP+GO

IN OUR AGE OF INSTANT GRATIFICATION, CAN IT GET FAST OR BITE-SIZED ENOUGH? WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTO C. PINTOR

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53 “The Venmo app makes managing money simpler. It allows me to pay back my friends if I borrow money and they can also pay me back really easily if they owe me money. It eliminates the stress of needing to get cash to pay someone back or having to go to the bank. It does take about three to five business days to reach your bank account, so if you’re in a rush to get your money back it might not be the best.”

media & info

PERSPECTIVE

PERSPECTIVE

DIANA VEDOVA / ART HISTORY ‘17

“I think there is always another side to every story. This is why I like Twitter—it’s brief but certain accounts will include a link to the full article. The tweet will have a very simple description and I’ll click on the full article if it’s actually something I want to read into. I can research stuff outside of Twitter, but I like to keep it brief.”

PERSPECTIVE

ROBERT DIAZ / MARKETING ‘19

PERSPECTIVE

VERONICA SILVA / EDUCATION ‘18

“I live on campus so I use the Tapingo app a lot. Tapingo is so convenient when I’m in class because I just think, ‘Okay let me Tapingo Iggy’s and it will be done in 15 minutes.’ Once it’s ready I can quickly pick it up and move on with my day. I wish it was more consistent because when places get too busy, they take their services off Tapingo. In that sense, it can be inconvenient because sometimes it isn’t available when I need it to be.” MICHELLE QUINTERO / SOCIOLOGY & SPANISH ‘18

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“I use Snapchat to stay updated on what my friends are doing on a day-to-day basis. Snapchat makes my life easier by allowing me to communicate more effectively by doing less work. The one thing I don’t like about it is the hype they place on ‘streaks’ and ‘best friends.’ I think it takes away from the pureness of the app as a communication platform and turns it into a kind of competition.”

PERSPECTIVE

“I use Yelp a lot because it’s always nice to get a second opinion before I commit to a product or service. It’s hard to rely on Yelp when it comes to smaller businesses, since I know that it’s harder for them to get recognition. If there was something more comprehensive than Yelp I would use it, but right now it’s the best app to use.” MIA DABDOUB / MANAGEMENT ‘18

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CARLY CALLANS / CLUB BASKETBALL / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘17

“I motivate my team by being encouraging and making sure I’m there early to all of our practices to set a good example.”

leadership ALVARO MADRIGAL / NCAA SOCCER / URBAN STUDIES ‘18

“I try to keep everyone on task and try to encourage everyone do the right thing, ; from studying to putting in extra work at practice.”

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JILL FARLEY / NCAA SOCCER / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘18

“This season I got to be a captain for my team. That was a huge position for me to step into. I helped bring the new players in and keep everyone connected and driven towards our common goal.” JUSTIN CINTAS / CLUB ICE HOCKEY / PSYCHOLOGY ‘17

pla ed the role o someone who is e perienced on and off the ice tr to teach the new guys how to act in the locker room, and how to handle themselves on the ice.” ALEXANDRIA BAUER / NCAA ROWING / SOCIOLOGY ‘19

“I think that showing up everyday with a positive mindset sets a good example. I take practice very seriously and always try to work super hard, so I think that sets a good example for my teammates.” NCAA ROWING PAGE 239

NCAA SOCCER PAGE 220

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B A C K

on track BOUNCING BACK AFTER INJURY The human body can do miraculous things. No one

“However, due to the spinal cord compression, I lost

knows that better than Jillian Dawley (Biochemistry,

all of my neuro-muscular control from my upper back

‘18), an athlete on the Women’s Cross Country and

down.”

Track team.

She remembered going into the surgery wanting

THE CRAZIEST PART WAS BEING A RUNNER ONE DAY AND NOT BEING ABLE TO MOVE OR STAND THE NEXT

In March of her freshman year, Dawley woke up

to just get it over with so she could go back to training.

one morning unable to move her legs. She was rushed

Little did she know then that her world was about to

sink in was really devastating. Even looking back now

to the hospital and after several scans, the doctors

be flipped upside-down.

it feels so surreal that any of that even happened,” she

Dawley spent a lot of time in physical therapy

said. “The craziest part was being a runner one day

“I quickly went into surgery to get the mass—

sessions, learning how to move again and hoping she

and then not being able to move or stand the next day.”

which turned out to be an abscess from a non-resistant

would be able to walk as soon as possible. “Not being

What kept her motivated was the support of her

staph infection—removed from my body,” she said.

able to run was the worst part. Having everything

teammates and her passion for the sport. Having just

discovered a mass pressing against her spine.

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Jillian Dawley ‘18, Lorena Garcia ‘17, Kyla Danforth ‘19, Marisa Carino ‘18, Danielle Nunez ‘19, Jessica Gonzalez ‘18, Kayla de Bondt ‘16, Madelyn Vorgitch ‘18, Elena Garcia ‘19, Emily Hubert ‘19 & Hannah Wohlenberg ‘20

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joined the team a few months prior, Dawley felt as if her college career had really just begun. She had so much she wanted to accomplish. “I just really love to run. I couldn’t imagine my life without it. Cross country and track are a huge part of my life, and I love being a part of the team,” she said.

SHE WOULD CONTINUE TO WORK AS HARD AS NEEDED TO GET BACK ON THE TRACK Almost a year and a half after leaving the hospital

While Dawley was focused on getting healthy,

in a wheelchair, Jillian sent smiles and chills across the

she did not realize how many lives she touched in the

entire LMU community when she ran her first race

process and how greatly she inspired others. “The

back at the Mark Covert Classic on September 3. She

most inspirational part of Jillian’s recovery was her

is now on a normal training schedule with her team

determination and drive. She got frustrated with the

and views her experience as something that pulled out

process at times, but still came in every single day

the inner strength that she already had inside of her.

and did what she needed to do,” said Lacee Diamond,

“I think it’s easy to say that situations like this ‘make

athletic trainer for the Men’s and Women’s Cross

you stronger’, but what it really does is push you to

Country and Track teams.

use the strength inside that maybe you didn’t think

Before moving into the Athletic Training Room in

you’d ever need,” she said. “What it does give you is

Gersten Pavilion, Dawley was originally completing

a new perspective on life and what it really means to

her physical therapy exercises at a local clinic with

be YOU.”

several other LMU athletes. The trainers and athletes will never forget the day when Dawley came in with

WORDS E. HUBERT / DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTOS J. DAWLEY & LMU ATHLETICS

Adrien Perez ‘18, Rachael Farrington ‘18 & Cory McGee ‘17

her walker and said “watch this”, before tossing her walker to the side and walking down the runway in the middle of the room using her own power. Everyone in the room was amazed by how far she had come. There was no question that she would continue to work as hard as needed to get back on the track again.

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FALL DOWN SEVEN TIMES, GET UP EIGHT

NCAA TRACK PAGE 238

ADRIEN PEREZ / URBAN STUDIES ’18

“The motivation came from my trainer, my family and my coaches. Soccer has always been a big part of me so I wasn’t going to let injury stop me.”

RACHAEL FARRINGTON / ENGLISH ‘18

“The time passes, the pain of what happened or what is happening fades and eventually you’re okay. Not to be cheesy, but just don’t forget that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.”

CORY MCGEE / MARKETING ‘17

“There are a lot of things that happen that are out of our control but always stay positive because whatever adversity you face, eventually it gets better with time.”

Jillian Dawley ‘18

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FINE ART, DANCE, MUSIC + THEATRE WORDS A. MARTINEZ / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON, A. LIOR, J. M CLENNAN, C. PINTOR & P. REILLY

JACKEE ALVAREZ / STUDIO ARTS & ART HISTORY ‘18

“When I am painting I forget about whatever else may be going on and am able to relax and focus solely on my project. It allows me to be really in touch with myself at any moment, and through it I am able to communicate ideas and thoughts to the world around me.” ART SHOW Student artists display their work gallery style for a juried drawing competition accompanied by live music and food at Drawing Circus.

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CARYS QUEZADA / MUSIC & ECONOMICS ‘18 WHAT LED YOU TO MUSIC? “I come from a family of musicians; my parents are professional violinists—although my dad mainly conducts now—my older sister is a professional violinist, and my seven-year-old sister plays the violin as well. I was used to sitting in the audience at symphony halls O R

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because my parents would take me with them to rehearsals and concerts. So whether it’s sitting in the audience or on the stage, it has

“My mom used to photograph me playing baseball in high school.

always played a large role in my life. I started playing the violin when

Once I was tired of baseball junior year, I picked up a camera so I

I was three years old. I didn’t like the violin very much so my parents

could stay around my friends. It eventually led to me photographing all sports, leading to my photo series focused on boxing.” TELL ME MORE ABOUT YOUR WORK. “I have been documenting a friend’s journey from amateur to professional boxing for about four years. I’ve also shot a series based around light and shadows to capture moments most people overlook. Recently, I have gotten into coloring films thanks to my friend Sam Zook, which is another path that I may want to pursue after college.” WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE PART OF PHOTOGRAPHY? “I love being able to see other people’s perspectives and how their minds work. The ability to capture and view moments from the past in my present is a trip. Witnessing reactions to my photos is pretty insane because others are able to feel some connection to my images.” WHAT WORK ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF? “My shadows series because it is such a simple idea. There are shadows

transitioned me to the viola. I didn’t enjoy that very much either. Finally, when I was six years old, I started playing the cello. I mainly play classical music but it’s always fun to express myself through jazz and pop music as well.” WHY ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT PLAYING CELLO? “I love collaborating with other artists. It’s incredible that we are able to create a new interpretation of music, whether that’s classical, jazz or even pop music.” WHICH PERFORMANCE ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF? “I played a concert with the Juarez Symphony during my senior year of high school. It was an all Tchaikovsky program consisting of Tchaikovsky’s 4th Symphony, Capriccio Italian and Marche Slave. There were two phrases in the Capriccio that I thought were going to be impossible to play. When the concert came, I had drilled those passages so much that they were perfect for the performance.”

everywhere that anyone can capture, but I was able to capture a moment that no one really cares for. I personally enjoy the small things in life—a random encounter with a stranger, a quiet moment to yourself, or, like my series, even just a shadow on a tree.”

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THEATRE The Del Rey Players perform the musical “Assassins.� The musical depicted the stories of the assassins responsible for the murder of U.S. Presidents.

R O R The library exhibits works in the Archives and Special Collections gallery to explore issues of race and culture. The exhibit featured 19th century illustrated texts, early 20th century sculptures and postcards and contemporary ritual items. LIVE Notetorious performs a Christmas show in the Living Room. The co-ed a cappella group sang onand off-campus throughout the ear

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BTLS4SAM Students and alumni perform songs by the Beatles to raise money for the Sam Wasson Scholarship Fund. Wasson, a devout Beatles fan, passed away in a car accident in 2007 as a sophomore Theatre Arts Major.

O Students visit the LaBand Art Gallery’s Psychopomp exhibition of disorienting and transformative pieces. The exhibition was comprised of works by 13 contemporary artists.

O The One Night Stanzas perform at their Christmas show.

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WHAT LED YOU TO DANCE? “I started dancing when I was three years old, and started doing competition dance when I was in sixth grade. I was always the shyest kid—and I still am a really shy person—but whenever I get on stage, that all falls away. I really fell in love with performing at a young age and never wanted to stop. I have trained in many dance styles from ballet to jazz to tap and hip hop and many in between. I am also the President of Kuumba Beatz, a dance crew on campus.” WHY ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT DANCE?

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WHAT LED YOU TO ACTING? “I started acting in the eighth grade when my middle school created an after-school musical theatre program. We put on a production of Godspell. After that, I continued to act in my high school’s theatre group, and I still try to do it as much as I can. I’m actually not a theatre student, but I like to participate in the department’s

“Dance has consistently been the one thing that can put me in a great

productions when I have the time. My academic majors are

mood no matter what is going on outside the studio. I love the feeling

Screenwriting and English, so my typical art is more along the

of getting to work really hard at something I care about deeply. I am

lines of writing than acting. Still, I love both, and I’ve recently been

not fully myself without having dance and performance in my life. I

writing for the theatre. Being in the film school, I also have a lot of

love how performances can affect the audience. If I can move even

opportunities to act on set.”

one person with my performance, I consider that to be a success.” WHY IS DANCE IMPORTANT? “Dance and theater exist to challenge people’s thoughts about an issue whether it be something that is going on in the world or one’s personal life. I admire so many artists whose work has challenged my

WHAT ABOUT ACTING BRINGS YOU JOY? “Acting was always something I loved doing for its own sake. I took acting classes and workshops all through high school. I still take theatre classes when I can fit them into my schedule. Acting is the one thing that’s never felt like a chore to me. I love that every

way of thinking and helped shaped me as a person.”

performance is unique. Every time you get on stage, you really have

WHAT PERFORMANCE ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

no idea what’s going to happen. Anything is possible in live theatre,

“Lilliane La Fleur in LMU’s production of NINE. This was the first

and that allows for genuine connections and performances that you

musical I had ever been in, and it combined dancing with acting and

can’t always capture on film. There’s just something different about

singing—something I had never done on stage before. It was a big

being in the same room as the audience—or for the audience, in the

learning experience for me, and I had to get over a lot of nerves. I put in a lot of work and had so much fun performing.”

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same room as the actors. There’s a kind of magic there.” WHICH PERFORMANCE YOU ARE MOST PROUD OF? “I’m really proud of how far we’ve come with the “Haunting of Hannon.” We overbook every year. With the Haunting, we bring literary horror to life by telling stories. It kind of combines my love of literature and writing with my love of acting and my love of Halloween—I think that’s why it’s so special to me.”

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ANDREW WU / CLUB BASEBALL / FINANCE ‘18

e e pect ever one to show up and put effort in o one is going to put each other down ased on talent level we all now that some pla ers have more e perience than others and that s o a ou no one is going to critici e ou

discipline MEGAN MCCORD / CLUB SOCCER / MANAGEMENT ‘19

e are motivated we put into practice

nowing that

and more time and energ and the etter we will pla as a team

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NCAA WATERPOLO

JOHN BECK / NCAA WATERPOLO / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘17

iscipline is important ecause ou have to ast-moving game and i ou ma e one mista e on the past ou have to get over it and

tsa ou can t dwell

KYLIE POLLACK / NCAA CHEER / ACCOUNTING ‘20

hen people are tr ing to step up and learn new s ills the now that and wanting to see them do well e re a le to con uer our ears ecause we now that we ll NCAA CHEER

BRADLEY KRITZER / NCAA CREW / MARKETING ‘17

e have eight our or two gu s in a oat at a time ithout that it s reall hard to get moving an where he more on time and in s nc we are the ou reall get a eeling when all eight rows are in the water at the same and are moving that oat

WORDS

DESIGN

PHOTOS

NCAA CREW

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TIMOTHY LAW SNYDER, PH.D

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

If you could choose to be any age for forever, what would it be and why? I‘d be the age of the Universe, from its birth. This would obviously still give me birthdays, and I’d hope it would give me legion wisdom. Cosmic! If you could witness any event past, present or future, what would it be and why? I would wish to be the first to travel in time. What excites you most about LMU’s future? Knowing that our renown, and with it, the value of an LMU degree, is increasing. This also leverages us for accelerated fundraising, to help future

DER students and faculty.

Can you tell us one of the things on your bucket list? OK, here’s one: score a major release film. WORDS M. M CGUIRE / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE & M. VENTURA / PHOTO LMU MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

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meet the

CHRIS YATES (‘16) & ROBERT MACAISA (‘14) RECORD THE STORIES OF LMU JESUITS INTENT

“The impact these different men had on my life sparked this idea to capture who these men are,” said Chris Yates. The photographs and first person interviews of 22 Jesuits are featured in a 100-page book, Emmaus: The Nature of the Way, available from Tsehai Publishers/Marymount Institute in spring of 2017. We are grateful to share these portraits of six Jesuits here, alongside interviews collected by our staff writers. WORDS E. HUBERT, H. WOHLENBERG, A. MARTINEZ & D. DUBOSE / DESIGN E. GARCIA & R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS C. YATES INTERVIEWS EDITED FOR LENGTH AND CLARITY

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IF I WEREN’T A JESUIT, I WOULD DEFINITELY BE DOING WHAT TEACHING

FR. JOSÉ IGNACIO BADENES, S.J.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

Did you grow up with a strong religious background? Yes. My family is Roman Catholic and they have always practiced Roman Catholicism. Why did you join the Society of Jesus? I was exposed to the Jesuits when I entered the seventh grade. I went to a Jesuit middle school and high school in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and I first met Jesuits there. I had always been fascinated by priests and by teachers and, for the

a priest to wear in a traditional sense. What is your favorite thing to do in your free time? I like to work out and I like to listen to music— especially classical and opera. I also like to read and go to movies. If you weren’t a Jesuit, what would you be or do? If I weren’t a Jesuit, I would definitely be doing what I’m doing now—teaching.

FR. ALLAN FIGUEROA DECK, S.J.

DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR, THEOLOGICAL STUDIES; RECTOR, JESUIT COMMUNITY

first time, I saw priests who also taught, which

Did you grow up with a strong religious background?

was both surprising and pleasant for me.

Yes, I did. Not so much through my mom and dad,

What do you enjoy most about the Jesuit Community?

grandma lived very close to me and she was from

I think our presence on campus is always very

Mexico. She was very strong in her faith and she

important so that students can see us in different

would take me to church—those are my first

roles. For instance, I’m a teacher, so students

recollections of church, her dragging me along.

but my grandma was a big influence on me. My

the Jesuits, I discovered that I could be a priest

usually see me teaching but they also see me celebrating Mass. They see me in different

Why did you join the Society of Jesus?

but also a teacher. I could be involved in higher studies and also see the world because the Jesuits

capacities and wearing different hats and that’s

Since I was very young, I was attracted to the life

what a Jesuit really is. A Jesuit is someone who

of a priest. Mainly because they were very happy

serve throughout the world. I was very attracted

wears several different hats and some of those

men who seemed to have a very meaningful

to the Jesuits after I went to Loyola High School

hats are hats that you wouldn’t necessarily expect

life and I was attracted to that. When I met

in Los Angeles. CONTINUED ON PAGE 72

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I’VE ALWAYS HAD A GREAT LOVE OF LITERATURE & FILM TELEVISION & NETFLIX SHOWS

What is your favorite thing to do in your free time?

attracted to the Jesuits because of the emphasis

Read English and Swedish detective novels. I

on social justice, but I also loved the emphasis

love seeing foreign movies, especially Italian

on schools. I began to realize in my discernment

movies. I like walking and traveling.

that there was a way of not really having to make

If you weren’t a Jesuit, what would you be doing? I would probably want to be a politician or a community leader of some sort.

that decision between graduate school and the priesthood, because there was a religious order that would sort of encourage both. What is your favorite part about being in the Jesuit

FR. SEAN DEMPSEY, S.J.

Community here at LMU?

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, HISTORY

I really fell in love with the school, with the

Why did you join the Society of Jesus?

campus and with the Jesuit Community here,

That’s an interesting story. I went to Notre Dame,

because I love the diversity, I love the students

which is not a Jesuit school. After college, like

who have combined intelligence with a great

many students or recently graduated students, I

spirit of service. This Jesuit Community is

didn’t really know what I wanted to do. I worked

actually a lot of fun compared to others. We have

for a short time for an insurance company—many

a real spirit of hospitality and we genuinely enjoy

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members of my family are in that industry—and

What do you enjoy most about the Jesuit Community?

one another’s company, and that makes it a very

I was never really attracted to it. I began to

My favorite part is knowing that in some ways,

supportive environment.

think about how I might have a vocation for the

you can make a difference in the lives of other

priesthood, but I also continued to have a strong

What is your favorite thing to do in your free time?

people—especially our students—in terms

interest in the academic world and was thinking

I think my hobbies are not very unusual. Because

of really important things like what their

about maybe just going to graduate school or

my academic life has always either been English

aspirations are in life, their interests, their

law school. That was my decision: pursue the

literature or history, I’ve always had a great love

priesthood or pursue graduate school. I became

of literature and film—and of course, more

problems and struggles.

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recently, television and Netflix shows. One of the things I love about being in L.A. is the availability of hiking and beaches. If you weren’t a Jesuit, what would you be? I always had an interest in doing journalism. I wouldn’t want to do day-to-day coverage of politics—although I do love politics and following politics—but I’d be interested in something more like magazine writing or reviewing popular culture. If I wasn’t some pop culture journalist, I would’ve wound up as a professor. Or maybe a lawyer, since I was thinking about law school at the time.

FR. TOM RAUSCH, S.J.

T. MARIE CHILTON PROFESSOR OF CATHOLIC THEOLOGY

Did you grow up with a strong religious background? Yeah my family was quite religious. We were good Catholics.

What is your favorite thing to do in your free time? I like to read. I have a few hobbies that I pursue. I don’t have a whole lot of free time, but I mostly read when I do. If you weren’t a Jesuit, what would you be doing?

Why did you join the Society of Jesus?

I think I would enjoy being a TV journalist. I’ve

I was very impressed with the Jesuits I met in high

always been interested in that and I do a lot of

school. They were terrific guys, some of them war

work with people in the media. I enjoy being a

veterans from World War II. They were young,

professor, but I’m most happy being the Jesuit

enthusiastic and had a good sense of humor. They

that I am.

had a great spirit of community among each other

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and I was very impressed by that. What is your favorite part about being in the Jesuit community here at LMU? It’s a good community, a good group of brothers and people to live and work with.

I WAS VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE JESUITS I MET IN HIGH SCHOOL. THEY WERE TERRIFIC GUYS, SOME OF THEM WAR VETERANS FROM WORLD WAR II.

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MY DEEPEST PASSIONS ARE TO SERVE OTHERS AND TO SERVE GOD. IT GIVES ME LIFE

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FR. MARC REEVES, S.J.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CAMPUS MINISTRY; LECTURER, THEOLOGICAL STUDIES; DIRECTOR, CATHOLIC STUDIES PROGRAM

They struck me as men who truly loved what they did. They were very passionate about their academic careers and ministry here on campus,

Did you grow up with a strong religious background?

and I found that to be attractive. I didn’t make

I’m a convert to Catholicism, and I came to

my decision until after I graduated from LMU,

faith as an adult. This transition occurred

during a post-graduate service year. I continued

as I was moving out of high school and into

my discernment and made the choice—with the

college at LMU—I was actually a sophomore

permission of the Society of Jesus—to apply to

in college when I was first baptized. I came out

become a member.

of a Christian background, so my parents and I would go to church on the Christian holidays

What is your favorite part about the Jesuit community

of Christmas and Easter. More importantly, my

here at LMU?

education from my Lutheran grade school and

The best part is knowing that I have a band of

Catholic high school were really what shaped my

brothers to go home to, with whom to share

faith growing up.

my life, my hopes and my desires. When things don’t go so well, they are also the men whom I

Why did you join the Society of Jesus?

can share my difficulties. They are men whom I

I think as you’re growing into a religious

share my faith, and men with whom to recreate

encountering different peoples. The human

consciousness or beginning to understand your

and have fun. It’s important to be supported in

connection really attracts me, the human bond

Christian vocation, you begin to ask questions

ministry, so all of that has been—and continues

and solidarity with others. Learning from others

about how you can best serve God and serve

to be—very life-giving for me.

follow him. When I came to LMU, the Jesuits I met made a very strong impression on me.

What is your favorite pastime?

it’s something that relaxes me. I’m currently on a

I have always enjoyed seeing the world and

rotation with some of my Jesuit brothers, where

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and being exposed to new cultures influences the way we see world. I also enjoy cooking, because

the community of disciples that Jesus calls to

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meet the jesuits

FR. PAUL VU, S.J.

ASSISTANT DEAN, STUDENT AFFAIRS; LECTURER, PSYCHOLOGY

Did you grow up with a strong religious background? Yes, I am the youngest of 12. We are a very traditional, Vietnamese Catholic family. I think that we’ve always been Catholic, since the first missionary that came to Vietnam.

a team, so I would more than likely be working in

Why did you join the Society of Jesus?

the business world if I weren’t a Jesuit. However,

I was first drawn to the society after hearing

reason I’m drawn to the Society is because they are a group of wonderful men. As a licensed psychologist, I realized there was an opportunity for me to become a member to continue what I’m doing. I also like the fact that education is very important. The impact that we’ve had at high schools and universities, that is the gift of the Society of Jesus—not only to retreat as a spiritual exercise.

my deepest passions are to serve others and to

a song called “Take, Lord, Receive” by John

If you weren’t a Jesuit, what would you be doing?

serve God. It gives me life.

Foley, who was part of the St. Louis Jesuits. The

Most likely I would be a psychologist. What I do right now pertains a lot to my field. I’m a licensed psychologist and my background has really helped me in my position here as Assistant Dean of Students, dealing with student concerns psychologically, emotionally or physically.

CHRIS YATES / ‘16

“The biggest lesson I have learned throughout this project is that human. In these stories, you learn how these men have the same feelings of doubt, anger, sadness and despair, and on the other end of the spectrum: love, joy, and peace—just as anybody else would. Once someone gets past that initial barrier of discomfort related to the fact that these men are priests, you come to nd the they hold—not only on a spiritual level, but on a practical, life level as well.”

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Serves internationally in Guatemala through the Alternative Breaks Program MARCUS ALBUREZ / FINANCE & ECONOMICS ‘18

“We often lose sight that we all come from some sort of unitary creation. I think that it’s our responsibility as people to take care of each other. I really think that’s the biggest lesson that people should take from service. Why not spend our brief stint of time being compassionate and enjoying our time together?”

Raises domestic violence awareness with Belles Service Organization MELISSA CEDILLO / THEOLOGY ‘19 “Advocating for domestic violence awareness with Belles has allowed me to see the value in others and myself. Often times, domestic violence perpetuates because people do not feel worthy. I always encourage others to love rather than condemn those who are in toxic relationships.”

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KARINA ALVAREZ / ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ‘17

Protects the environment by being a lead-organizer of Eco-Students

“Service is very humbling in a lot of ways. There is so much to learn. When we started Eco-Students, we went in super-pumped and soon realized how little we knew. The world is big and I realize now that my own personal concerns are very small compared to the issues that we’re trying to deal with as a community.”

Serves the homeless at Blessed Sacrament Church with MAGIS Service Organization TAYLOR CU / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ‘17

“I always had this preconceived notion that homeless people were mean and that they were all into drugs. But when we started just talking to these people, I realized that they were essentially like us but just dealt a bad hand. It just made me want to help. While I was helping them with necessities to survive, and appreciate the simple things.”

WORDS D. DUBOSE, A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN E. GARCIA / PHOTOS M. ALBUREZ, K. ALVAREZ, M. CEDILLO & T. CU

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NCAA BASKETBALL PAGE 226

LESLIE LOPEZ-WOOD / NCAA BASKETBALL / SOCIOLOGY ‘17

ver one has their role and the now what their role is Trying to stay in that role is a key thing. Keeping things simple is a big thing.”

perseverence CHRISTIAN CARVALLO / CLUB SKI & BOARD / FILM & TV PRODUCTION ‘17

hen

nall land something that ve een tr ing or a reall long time I get this huge feeling of accomplishment.”

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NCAA VOLLEYBALL PAGE 215

NCAA TENNIS PAGE 227

NCAA CROSS COUNTRY PAGE 221

WORDS

DESIGN PHOTOS

JAMIE LEA / NCAA VOLLEYBALL / EDUCATIONAL STUDIES GRADUATE STUDENT

t s a out coming together as a team and remem ering wh we love the game ig motto or us was ‘be a savage.’ hen we had that savage mentalit we got wins NICK BORCHENKO / NCAA TENNIS / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘19

onestl just loving the grind is what eeps me motivated reall give up ecause

ou can t

GRANT LAPOVICH / NCAA CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK / RECORDING ARTS ‘17

ou ve ust got to ocus on the person in ront o ou i ou re struggling and don’t let them get away speciall at the end ou don t want to get passed an one you want to do all the passing

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upGRADing technology HOW IMPORTANT IS THE HOTTEST NEW GADGET TO YOU? WORDS A. MARTINEZ / DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTO A. LIOR

APP+GO PAGE 52

SARAH WANG / GRADUATE STUDENT

don t want to waste m mone ll de nitel u a newer model when it comes to computers, but I don’t need to spend another couple hundred dollars for the newest version phone. When it comes to studying, laptops are very useful—unlike cellphones.”

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ELIZABETH RAHE / ENGLISH ‘19

“Apple recently released the iPhone 7 and I was in denial when I realized that the new model didn’t have a headphone jack. The fact that we now have to buy another product from them just to listen to music is absolutely absurd. It really makes me frustrated with capitalism and I think the entire concept is dumb.” WHITNEY LUIGS / GRADUATE STUDENT

“I still have the iPhone 5 and I’m perfectly happy with it. I personally believe that technology is a huge waste of money. I don’t even use my phone that often because it’s just not something that I’m interested in. I’m pretty anti-establishment sometimes, so I’d rather not give my money to something that’s just going to be upgraded in the next couple of months.” COLIN NOEL / FINANCE ‘20

“Having a smart phone that runs reasonably well is pretty essential today. A laptop as a college student is essential as well. I only buy new technologies that are absolutely revolutionary in my life.” NIKKY RAJAVASIREDDY / COMPUTER SCIENCE ‘20

“I don’t buy into this trend. Though new technologies excite me very much, m generall satis ed with what have at the moment and I tend to only buy new products when the time is right.”

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FIVE STUDENTS. 23 PAIRS OF CHROMOSOMES. 31 WORLDWIDE POPULATIONS REPRESENTED. 1 HUMAN RACE.

ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES. WORDS E. HUBERT / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON & P. REILLY

Niko Victoria ‘17, Javier Navarro ‘17, Mali McGuire ‘17, Julie Everakes ‘20 & Aja Hoggatt‘17

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CLOSER THAN WE THINK

Senior Mali McGuire (Biology, ‘17) coordinated

“Closer Than We Think,” a social experiment that encouraged five students—including herself— to embark on a journey of discovery in terms of their genetic ancestry. This event was one of

IT DEMONSTRATED DESPITE THAT THE DIVISIVENESS OF OUR WORLD, LABELS & STEREOTYPES CARRY NO WEIGHT

the first collaborative efforts between ROAR

despite the divisiveness of our world, labels and

Studios and The Tower yearbook, inspired by the

stereotypes carry no weight. “People want to

observation of current events and the resulting

put you in a box and want you to be one specific

tension in our country.

thing,” she said, “I’ve never felt that way, and

Each of the students submitted a DNA sample

checking one box for me would be ignoring part

to 23andMe.com in December. The final results

of who I am. It was really important to me to get

were revealed in front of ROAR Studios cameras

it down on paper, solidified, that these are the

on February 17. The televised reveal was an

different parts of me.”

emotional experience for some and had a lasting

Javier Navarro (English & Philosophy, ‘17)

impact on the perceptions of all who participated

learned that we have the power to define who

and observed. For Aja Hoggatt (English, ‘17), the experiment was important because it demonstrated that

we are regardless of the lives we were born into. “We live in a world now where we get so caught up with what’s happening and where we are at in CONTINUED ON PAGE 84

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our lives. I just think that this connection creates

our own culture and others’ cultures, our initial

a space for people to value each other no matter

generalizations aren’t always necessarily true.”

what ethnicity they consider themselves to be,” he said.

DNA Participants discuss their initial assumptions before starting the testing process and eagerly awaiting results.

McGuire, who believes that it is our responsibility as students to utilize 21st century

Niko Victoria (Biology, ‘17) seconded this

technology in order to help us better understand

concept, agreeing that this experience helped him

ourselves as well as those around us, said the big

become more aware of his interconnectedness

takeaway was one of unity.

with others. “I think it is important for people

She said: “There is nothing efficient about

to realize and acknowledge that we are not just

dividing us within the nation, or even dividing

one singular thing that we maybe thought we

us across countries for that matter. The same red

were—it goes so much deeper than that,” he

blood surges within us—race is nothing more

concluded, “It’s not ‘me’ and ‘them.’ We all share

than a social construct and we should only be

some common ground.”

judged based on ‘who’ we are and the lives we

All of the candidates had at least .1% of

lead rather than ‘what’ we are on a genetic level.

unassigned ethnicity on their results, proving

The basis for existence is that we are all human

that there is no way to be certain about every

and therefore we are equal. We are the same. We

piece of our genetic makeup. Julie Everakes (Film

are connected. We are closer than we think.”

& Television Production, ‘20) tied together most of the feelings in the room by stating, “We all go back to the same roots if you think about it, we’re all connected somehow. It’s important to realize that even if we have preconceived notions about

WATCH THE DOCUMENTARY ROARSTUDIOSL A.COM

IT GOES MUCH DEEPER THAN THAT. IT’S NOT ‘ME’ AND ‘THEM.’ WE ALL SHARE SOME COMMON GROUND.

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The DNA results ultimately revealed the ethnic makeup of each of the participants

AJA HOGATT ‘17 Sub-Saharan African European South Asian East Asian & Native American Middle Eastern & North African Unassigned

JAVIER NAVARRO ‘17 European East Asian & Native American Sub-Saharan African Middle Eastern & North African Unassigned

JULIA EVERAKES ‘20

European East Asian & Native American

NIKO VICTORIA ‘17

East Asian & Native American European South Asian Middle Eastern & North African Unassigned

MALI MCGUIRE ‘17

East Asian & Native American European Unassigned

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ANNA ROMEKA / NCAA TENNIS / MARKETING ‘18

“I was nominated to go to Baltimore for a leadership conference. It was all captains and leaders of teams. I actually ended up being picked to represent the entire conference.”

achievement HAYATO HORI / CLUB SOCCER / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘18

“We are the only team in the league without a coach so as the president I act as a coach, captain and player at the same time.”

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WORDS A. MARTINEZ, D. DUBOSE & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN E. GARCIA / PHOTOS A. LIOR, J. M CLENNAN, P. REILLY & C. PINTOR

JUSTIN JOSEPH / CLUB VOLLEYBALL / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ‘18

“My proudest moment for our team was when we got third place at the national tournament because we worked so hard and it was nice to get recognition for it.” SHAMAR JOHNSON / NCAA BASKETBALL / AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES ‘18

“It’s just a grind that you have to just keep going with and not give up. I’ve learned to stay with the push. Most people get down and give up but it’s all about staying with the push.” CHRIS HERLIHY / CLUB RUGBY / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘17

“I always try to be better than I was in the previous game, so at every practice push m sel as hard as can hen m out there on the eld it s not just me; I have my whole team to think about. If I’m not doing my best, I’m letting my team down.”

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CASSANDRA VITACCO / ENGLISH ‘18

“My work has given me a personal understanding of the oppression that women face. Midnight Mission is helping so much, but it’s impossible to hear a three-year-old tell you that she only had a hard-boiled egg for dinner and not become driven to dismantle the forces of sexism and poverty that put her in that position.”

Serves at Midnight Mission’s HomeLight with Marians Service Organization

Serves as a Mentor at Lennox Middle School through El Espejo Service Club

ANTONIA GARCIA / LIBERAL STUDIES ‘18

“I resonate deeply with my mentees’ experiences and I enjoy being able to give them advice on school and motivating them to continue pursuing their academic goals. In addition to this, I really just enjoy spending time with them because they’re goofy and fun to be around, and it’s always interesting to learn what the new ‘teen trend’ is.” WORDS D. DUBOSE, A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN E. GARCIA / PHOTOS M. DIX, A. GARCIA, E. SIMSO & C. VITACCO

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MEKLEIT DIX / ENGLISH ‘18

“Saint Ignatius’ ideals of being with and for others is one of the main things I’ll take from LMU. There was no way I could be here on this campus while hundreds of away. I have the ability to go do something—to use my voice and be proactive—so to turn away from it all would be like a sin.”

Advocates for others as ASLMU’s Director of Intercultural Affairs

EMILY SIMSO / BIOLOGY ‘17

“Access to healthy food is a human right. Before coming to LMU, I volunteered at food packing events that sent meals internationally—I didn’t consider how hunger occurs domestically. Hunger is a pressing topic, especially in L.A., and I believe that providing someone with nourishing food is a priority, as it then .”

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CREATING CONVERSATION

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“We get it, we’re a Catholic institution, absolutely,

Ethnic and Intercultural Studies and Housing.

structured education formed. However, it wasn’t

but we have to figure out a way to talk about

The team, chaired by Maturi, spent the following

fully integrated into the required curriculum

sex, relationships, and consent,” said LMU

months assessing the needs of students,

until this year.

CARES Facilitator Briana Maturi recalling

creating programming to address those needs,

the conversation that sparked the creation of

and developing a long-term plan. “How that

90 -m inute

the LMU CARES program. In 2012, a group

culminated,” said Maturi, “is what I like to think

(Pregame), consent and bystander intervention

of student leaders approached Dr. Lane Bove,

of as the birth of LMU CARES.”

(Code Certified) and intercultural dialogue

Today, LMU CARES consists of three programs

d iscussing

alcohol

Senior Vice President of Student Affairs, with

At its conception, on April 1, 2014, the LMU

(Cou ra geous Conversations). A ll incom ing

one request: address consent. Thus, the Healthy

CA R ES program m ing consisted primarily

freshman are required to attend the three

Relationships Task Force was formed, consisting

of guest speakers and small discussions with

sessions during their first semester.

of staff from Judicial Affairs, Campus Ministry,

st udents and facu lt y. As it grew, a more

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ENDING THE STIGMA IGMA

Code Certified is a 90-minute workshop

from society. I think it also requires you to be

facilitated by LMU CARES that focuses on

vulnerable. You have to be prepared—it brings

sexual assault prevention by defining consent,

up a lot and I think that’s hard, too.” Due to the

sexual misconduct and interpersonal misconduct,

social barriers that Maturi refers to, most students

exposing the myths surrounding sexual assault,

come to college without any prior knowledge

identifying red flags for bystanders to look for,

regarding consent. “My family nor school nor

and detailing the on-campus resources available

any other institution has ever addressed consent

for victims. “LMU’s consent program was very

with me in any formal way, primarily because the

helpful,” said Carly Holm (’20, Communication

topic of sex has rarely been discussed,” said Jacob

Studies). “It detailed what consent was, how to

Kelly (’20, Film & Television Production).

ask for it, how to be an outsider and intervene,

Lack

of

education

on

consent

and

where to report sexual misconduct and numerous

communication about sex can have a dangerous

statistics regarding sexual assault victims.”

effect on the personal relationships of students. “I

Although LMU has normalized the discussion

think the stigma around sex absolutely has an

on consent, it is not a common topic addressed

impact on the way young adults view sex,” said

by educational instit utions. “Tal k ing about

Kelly. “The stigma makes it difficult to develop your

consent requires you to do a couple things,” said

own relationship with sex that isn’t obscured by the

Briana Maturi. “One, it requires you to talk about

values of others. I think the lack of communication

sex. I think people think that’s awkward. I think

about sex does affect the number of sexual assaults,

that’s hard for parents. I think in high school it’s

because there is this idea that expressing sexuality

hard, because you deal with a stigma about sex

is shameful. When someone is assaulted, they don’t feel comfortable speaking out about it in

LACK OF EDUCATION ON CONSENT AND COMMUNICATION ABOUT SEX CAN HAVE A DANGEROUS EFFECT

fear that they will be shamed. Because of this, the perpetrators of the assault face no consequences and are able to either continue assaulting people or serve as an example to those around them that assault goes unpunished.”

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“I thought that what Briana Maturi closed with—that ‘we have to be comfortable with uncomfortable’—was really important. I think that really is the hardest part. When people hear someone say something that’s messed up, they generally aren’t comfortable saying anything about it because they don’t want to fight with their friend. Even if it’s just a casual acquaintance, they need to be able to have that conversation without it being a fight. They need to be comfortable with educating other people, which isn’t something that people feel is their responsibility.”

PERSPECTIVE

TOR MAROM / ENGLISH ‘17

Belles Domestic Violence Awareness Silent Protest

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STANDING IN SOLIDARITY

On Monday, October 24, the Belles hosted a candlelight vigil as part of Domestic Violence Awareness month. The event began in St. Robert’s Auditorium with speeches and poems by survivors of domestic violence and service organization members. The vigil concluded with a candlelight procession to Sacred Heart Chapel, where attendees recited a pledge to aid those suffering with domestic violence and pra ed or victims

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“The Belles focus on domestic violence, and October is the official month of domestic violence awareness. We really try to honor victims of domestic violence and show our solidarity with them as best as we can. We are college students on a campus—we don’t leave too often—but we do care about these things. I feel like LMU students particularly focus on social justice issues; it’s a part of our mission, and we want to make it a part of our lives as best we can.” KAISARA WALTON / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘19

“I was really happy to hear many diverse perspectives on this subject, and I just like being part of this community where we support each other. Reading the pledge was really interesting because saying it out loud made me realize how important it is to look at people who are dealing with this and be very empathetic to them. How common it is, too, opens your eyes to how big of a deal it is all the time.”

PERSPECTIVE

DELON VILLANUEVA / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘17

PERSPECTIVE

“I came out to support the cause against domestic violence, as it is a very important topic in today’s day and age. To have all of these service orgs come out to support the same cause is clearly a movement, rather than just an obligation. I think what was powerful was everyone showing up to support. Even though they didn’t have to, they chose to come out and support the cause. That stood out from an LMU student’s perspective, especially from a community like the service organizations.”

Domestic Violence Awareness Vigil

EUGENE KIM / ACCOUNTING ‘17

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WE ASKED: WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY IN ONE WORD? WORDS E. HUBERT / DESIGN M. MCGUIRE & R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS A. LIOR

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MORE ZEITGEIST PAGE 34

“I was getting really homesick when I was abroad so I bought a coloring book. People in the future are really going to understand that sometimes you need a break from technology.”

KATELYN MAY / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘20

“My hobby is catching Pokémon around town with the PokémonGo app. Once I began, I became addicted and started to spend a lot of my time catching Pokémon.”

JACQUELYNNE GARCIA / DANCE ‘20

“I started using Uber and Lyft in college since I didn’t have a car freshman year. There are lots of rumors about how Lyft and Uber are unsafe, so I used to refuse to ta e rides m sel de nitel feel safer now because my dad is an Uber and Lyft driver.”

zeitgeist

S P I R I T

O F

A

T I M E

+

WORDS A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN C. SANTANDER / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON & P. REILLY

P L A C E

TIMOTHY TOOLE / THEATRE ARTS ‘20

“I think that people from 20 years ago would have thought that I must be caught up in a pretty weird crowd, being a DJ and being interested in electronic music. I think that the same thing would apply 20 years from now, because electronic music and EDM is a really unique style of music.”

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KAYLA FLORES / CLUB VOLLEYBALL / ECONOMICS ‘18

“I really have to focus on myself and worry about the things I can control and how I can contribute to the team effectivel

focus HANNAH BANDIMERE / NCAA SOFTBALL / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘19

e ore games it s a out getting into that nowing that ou can dominate the other team s pla ers is important

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STACY MAIER / NCAA SWIM / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17

ith swimming hundredths o a second matter so ou nd ust little tin mental things that can wor on li e one more dolphin ic off o the wall toda t s a different goal ever da ecause otherwise it gets monotonous eeps it interesting

CLAIRE WRIGHT / NCAA WATERPOLO / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘18

ver one pla ing at the college level has ou e ond is our mentalit and

so what ta es

NCAA WATERPOLO PAGE 214

SARAH SPONCIL / NCAA SAND VOLLEYBALL / SOCIOLOGY ‘18

“You have to because i ou go into a game thin ing that ou re not going to do well or that ou don t have enough talent to win then ou ve alread lost things aren t wor ing out ou have to too so ou can t e a raid to change our game plan during the game NCAA SAND VOLLEYBALL PAGE 215 WORDS

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PHOTOS

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WE ASKED THE DEANS TO SHARE THEIR BEST PIECE OF ADVICE WORDS T. BAUGNON / DESIGN E. GARCIA & M. VENTURA / PHOTOS LMU MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS INTERVIEWS EDITED FOR LENGTH AND CLARITY

Tina Choe, Ph.D

Bryant Keith Alexander, Ph.D

“I wanted to make a positive impact for the

“The ability to interact, engage and work

Dean, Frank R. Seaver College of Science & Engineering

college through my service and leadership as dean. It was an opportunity to bring the Seaver community together to work towards deepening our commitment to student success and carrying out the mission of our university. Smile, count your blessings, work hard and shoot high!” SEAVER COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING PAGE 196

Dean, College of Communication & Fine Arts

Robbin Crabtree, Ph.D Dean, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

“Don’t focus too much on the future. Live in the present and stay connected to the things that excite your mind and fill your heart. Be aware of the beauty all around you, but also of the

with some of the most critical, charismatic and creative students and faculty in the university is the best part of my role as dean. Be fully present and fully alive in all that you do; and demand the respect that you deserve while always in respectful relation to others.” COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION & FINE ARTS PAGE 206

inequities and injustices that call to all of us— and find deep joy in attending to both. Use the principles of Ignatian discernment on a day-today basis and throughout your lives.” BELL ARMINE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS PAGE 194

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Stephen Ujlaki

Dean, School of Film & Television

“Advice. That’s tricky. The best advice I can give is to say that learning what you are NOT good at is as valuable as discovering

Dennis W. Draper, Ph.D Dean, College of Business Administration

“I enjoy being part of the process of educating

what you are good at. Now, what you’re good at... Most of us are naturally really good at one thing. Work like crazy to improve on that native talent. But don’t

the students who will be the leaders of our

just stay in your comfort zone. Don’t coast

economic development—knowing that the

because something comes easily to you.

world will be better because of their business

You’ll never become excellent in your field

education and experiential learning in a Jesuit

that way. Then, and this is my wisdom from

university. Be sure to take control of your

many years in the business: take something

future and focus on doing both what you

you are NOT naturally good at but have an

enjoy and what you know is an important

interest in (often for creative people that’s

contribution to society.”

business or entrepreneurship) and work like

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PAGE 208

crazy to get a decent working knowledge of that. Why? Because the most successful people I have seen in over 40 years in the

Shane P. Martin, Ph.D School of Education

“It is my great privilege to lead such a dynamic school whose graduates make an impact in schools, colleges and communities. Find your deepest passion and let it guide your work—align your passiçon with making an impact in this world and you will have an amazing life.” SCHOOL OF EDUCATION PAGE 202

business are good at two things. Just being good creatively puts you in the same league as 100,000 other aspirants. But having another arrow in your quiver could make all the difference.” SCHOOL OF FILM & TELEVISION PAGE 200

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“Academic challenges encompass yourself, the material and outside forces that could challenge you.” JONATHAN ISOZAKI / MATHEMATICS ‘17

A C A DEMICS & SC H OL AR SHI P CORE VALUES

Stretching intellectual boundaries through diverse experiences of engaged, rigorous, critical, expansive and transformative learning. WORDS E. HUBERT, D. DUBOSE, A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN E. GARCIA & R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON, A. LIOR, J. M CLENNAN, C. PINTOR & P. REILLY

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ILEANA LAM / ANIMATION ‘20

LUCHO MANFREDI / PHYSICS & MATHEMATICS ‘17 WHAT IS A CHALLENGE YOU HAVE OVERCOME? “The biggest academic challenge I have had is learning how to in something new, so there is no real answer to the problem.

ANGELA TUN / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘20 WHAT ACADEMIC CHALLENGE HAVE YOU FACED? “You really have to dedicate yourself to the things that you want to be a part of. I am currently part of a research team, but I contacted the professor early in the summer when I first became interested in the work he was doing. Overcoming the fears that people might have like, ‘I’m just a freshman, I’m not good enough for this,’ may be hard, but you can make a huge impact if you take advantage of opportunities.”

Essentially, you have to make sense of new things. In physics, you’re constantly discovering new truths and concepts that have yet to be discovered.” WHAT DID YOU LEARN FROM THIS EXPERIENCE? “To face something totally new that I didn’t actually study in class, I had to be more independent and learn many things in a short period of time. My mentor is great, but he wanted me to

challenges

do research projects. You are expected to conduct research

I embrace

“Managing the work from individual classes isn’t too hard, but the combination of all of them can be overwhelming.”

do this on my own. He gave me freedom and tested me to see how I would handle the situation. I learned how to how to solve problems more efficiently.”

HOW DID THIS LESSON HELP YOU GROW? “I think having that ‘go-getter’ mindset is very important. Knowing what you want and going for it can open up the opportunity to meet new people. Branching out to new people and upperclassmen can give you the opportunity to learn from them and get advice. Communication opens up so many doors.”

SEAVER COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING PAGE 196

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CASSANDRA YEARWOOD / PSYCHOLOGY ‘18

I’m

surprised

by my studies

WHAT CLASSES HAVE YOU ENJOYED? “Some great classes that I took were Evolutionary Psychology SARA GIBSON / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ‘17 WHAT CLASS SURPRISED YOU? “My First Year Seminar course was about punk feminism, which is totally not a topic I thought I’d find interesting. I ended up learning a lot and enjoying it, especially because it was outside of my required major classes and forced me to have a different mindset. “ WHAT LASTING IMPRESSION DID THE CLASS HAVE?

and Sex Differences with Dr. Mills. Both classes touch upon our inherent human nature and why we do the things that we do. They also expanded on the differences between the sexes and explained why certain characteristics like altruism have evolved in men and women.” HOW DID THEY SHAPE YOUR ACADEMIC CAREER? “I’m currently going to do research with Dr. Mills—we’re testing certain sex differences between men and women. The whole

“It continued to remind me that you shouldn’t judge a course based

‘battle of the sexes,’ idea is a topic that people continuously argue

on the title or what happens on the first day. I know what is going

about. There are some who say that people are the way they are

to happen in my engineering classes, but I never know exactly what to expect when it comes to choosing core classes.” HOW HAVE YOUR STUDIES GONE BEYOND THE CLASSROOM? “Giving back to others and sharing my knowledge is something that LMU has enabled me to do. It’s easy to get involved, and the different communities I’m in have encouraged me to grow outside the classroom. It’s important to see the world and experience different cultures, and not limit your education to learning things out of a

because of how they were raised, and others who say that it’s simply nature and how we were made. I think it’s really important that we combine the notion of nature and nurture and how human beings act and respond to our environment. Once you consider both of those aspects, we can better solve social situations in the world without attributing blame to unchangeable characteristics. All of this really stemmed from the two classes I took.”

textbook. Go out and see things for yourself, experience life.”

“I never expected theology to be so mind-blowing.” DELMI RODRIGUEZ / ENGLISH ‘19

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“Last year, I took a class called Psychology of Sustainability. I learned a lot about climate change and how our environment changes which in uenced me to go into Environmental Law.” VARUN DUTT / PSYCHOLOGY ’17

DANIEL PEREZ / MANAGEMENT ‘18

WHAT CLASS EXPANDED YOUR POINT OF VIEW? “I took ‘Into the Desert,’ an English-Theology crossover class. I was really dreading the idea of meditation so I was mainly in it for the desert trip. I ended up enjoying the aspect of having to meditate through literature and theology. We touched on topics like environmental justice, environmental sustainability, poverty, racism and how all of these can transform into different versions of the desert. There’s a lot more to the desert than I had initially thought.”

Middle East that I really enjoyed. Professor al-Quattan’s ability to connect the history and theory of politics in the Middle East with modern day events developed my passion for politics.” DID CORE REQUIREMENTS SHAPE YOUR STUDIES? “I would not have taken such a variety of courses if they had not been required of me. With that being said, I would not have wanted it any other way. Education of the whole person is especially important to me coming from a Jesuit high school because the cura personalis is so important in the Jesuit context.

WHAT DID YOU LEARN FROM THIS EXPERIENCE? “This class helped me answer the question of why I study theology. I think theology—for someone who hasn’t encountered their own meditation or spirituality—is an avenue to discover your spirituality. We read a lot of Thomas Martin, who is a monk and a scholar. As an individual, he really shows how one can take their everyday life and change it into something more. He was a scholar, but realized he wanted to interact with the world around him and became a monk to understand people more. It’s inspiring to know that people act with the

The education and development of the whole person is one of the biggest benefits of this institution.”

unexpected classes

SOFIA HERNANDEZ / THEOLOGY & SPANISH ‘17

WERE YOU EVER SURPRISED BY A CLASS? “I took a class my freshman year for my history requirement on the

intention of caring for the rest of the world around them.”

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don t usuall nd m sel having to study that much outside of class but when I do, I just do practice problems and study sets that pertain to the material that will be on the test.” JOY AMUSAT / FINANCE ‘20

RUBY WONG / LIBERAL STUDIES ‘18 HAS YOUR WORK ETHIC AND LEARNING STYLE EVOLVED?

learning st yles

“My work ethic has gotten stronger throughout my years here. However, there were some classes that I had to really work hard in. I’ve become more of a kinesthetic learner, especially being in the field of education where I’m learning about theories and methods all the time. Everything is really hands-on.” WHAT STUDY METHODS WORK FOR YOU? “When professors give students more than one way of accessing the curriculum it reinforces the information through repetition and gives me multiple experiences. The most effective study skills for me are using flash cards. Reviewing my notes before exams and finals is also extremely helpful.” WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS? “Go to class instead of sleeping in. Also, take advantage of office hours. Professors are good about reaching out if they notice a student is struggling as long as the student is putting in effort.”

CATHERINE LEWIS / THEATRE ARTS ‘17 WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE TEACHING STYLE? “I work best with a hands-on and visual approach. For example, I was in a lighting design class and I didn’t understand anything until I had to actually design something myself.” HOW DO YOU STUDY? “It takes a lot of time but rewriting all of my notes has worked well for me. It helps to have that kinetic to visual connection.” WHAT CAMPUS RESOURCES HELP YOU? “I’ve been to the Career and Professional Development Center multiple times. They’re probably sick of seeing me in there by now. They’ve been a huge help, especially when it comes to things like checking over resumes.” WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS? “Excelling at school is a huge time commitment, so take all of your work seriously and don’t fall in the habit of doing assignments at the last minute. It took some time for me to improve my time management, but I learned to get creative. I would force myself to actually get work done for a set period of time instead of browsing the Internet.”

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WHAT ARE YOUR STUDY HABITS? “I’m a read-the-book type of person. I believe in having the book in front of you and taking notes. I like to handwrite my notes and then rewrite them on flash cards. I also talk to myself when I study; it helps me remember everything and it puts things in perspective—but that’s mostly for an exam. When it comes to the day’s tasks, I’ll do the reading and try to take notes, but I’m gradually study because I need eight hours of sleep.” HOW DO YOU LEARN BEST IN THE CLASSROOM? “I’m a visual learner. I appreciate PowerPoint because it’s a way for the professor to show me what’s important and what I should remember. I like it when teachers lecture. When it’s a whole class discussion, I’m always kind of mixed up as to what to take note of.

WHAT ARE YOUR STUDY HABITS? “I like to go to different places to study whether it’s at school or around the city. Some places in downtown Los Angeles are fun too. Changing the location of where I’m studying makes it more interesting for me. Another study habit of mine is caffeinating a lot. I like shocking my body with caffeine and seeing what happens.” HOW DO YOU LEARN BEST IN THE CLASSROOM?

In those situations, I’ll visit the professor. If I’m unclear because

“I think I’m somewhere between a visual and a hands-on learner.

everyone was chiming in their ideas, I’ll talk to one of my friends

If somebody is showing me what we’re doing and then we can

who participated in the class. I definitely use my friends as a resource in classes where I’m lost.”

practice that in the classroom, that’s how I’ll learn the concept.”

how I learn best

not very good at that. I can’t cram for tests. If I have an exam, I’ll

MYLES WEBB / SCREENWRITING ‘17

I learned

ILEANA VIOR-QUINTANILLA / MARKETING ‘17

“I prefer the more hands on and visual approach to learning because it makes the ideas palpable. It allows me to physically as well as mentally engage with the information that I am being taught.” DARREN WARD / FINANCE ‘18

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EVVY HOFMEISTER / SCREENWRITING ‘20 HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR FREE TIME? “I usually spend my time either studying or hanging out

I

seek

balance

with friends. Once a week I volunteer at El Espejo, which is a mentoring program for middle schoolers at JOSH LA COUR / THEATRE ARTS & ENTREPRENUERSHIP ‘17 WHAT EXTRACURRICULARS ARE YOU INVOLVED IN? “I’m on the Del Rey Board as the Student Theatre Ambassador Electrician, so I’m very involved in the theatre. I’m also in Delta Sigma Phi and Alpha Psi Omega—the professional theatre fraternity. I also have all my classes on top of that, which is a lot of outside work for my major. This becomes difficult because the schedule is very precise, whereas the schedules for theatre are always changing.”

Lennox Middle School.” HOW DO YOU MANAGE YOUR SCHEDULE? “I don’t have any specific method to being organized, so I just try to do homework whenever I’m not doing anything else. Sometimes this causes me problems, because I often have to give up doing something fun to do my work. I know that I’m always going to have to choose between doing fun things and doing schoolwork, but with all the fun things in college, I never want to miss out.”

HOW DO YOU STAY ORGANIZED? “I planned out my entire semester in a calendar. I made sure to schedule my show dates, tech dates and the dates I have to work. Since I’m a master electrician, I have additional jobs for shows such as hanging up lights and setting up speakers.”

“I am taking 13 credits, working 16 hours a week at an internship, and managing a YouTube channel, so time is money for me.” MARC TAKAHASHI / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘19

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TROY KASSIEN / THEOLOGY & PHILOSOPHY ‘18 HOW MUCH FREE TIME DO YOU HAVE? “I very rarely have free time. I’m a member of the Student Worker

AASHNA MALPANI / ENGLISH ‘19

Program. We all work 25 hours a week in an office placement, and outside of our office hours we work all the big set-ups for campus events. I’m also involved in Campus Ministry and I run a Catholic LINDSEY MATOI / CIVIL ENGINEERING ‘18 WHAT ARE YOUR WEEKLY TIME COMMITMENTS? “I’m on the softball team and I’m also a member of the Athletes in Action club. I volunteer at a middle school through the El Espejo program. I usually write everything down in a planner to organize my day. Whenever I have free time, I try to

group that meets once a week. I’m usually booked Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., so the evenings are usually when I do my homework. I enjoy the rhythm of it. I know that Monday to Friday I just sort of go through the motions. It keeps me busy, but it also helps me prioritize the things I want to be involved with because I know I only have so many hours.” DID IT TAKE PRACTICE TO MANAGE SO MUCH?

do homework or study.”

“I was just as organized freshman year. I worked 15 hours a week in

HOW DO YOU EFFECTIVELY MANAGE YOUR TIME?

high school and played a sport all four years. I was really busy then

“My schedule gets pretty hectic during softball season, especially since my team travels a lot. I just try to focus on one task at a time, which also helps me alleviate some stress. It can be challenging, so I make sure to see my professors when I need help and when I

too so it translated really easily. I’m lucky with Student Workers that we get priority registration—we register with the athletes—so I’m able to bunch all of my classes together in a really synchronized order.”

time management

“I would say that a large chunk of my time is dedicated to getting ready and traveling to the place itself this includes preparing breakfast, sorting through the planner, getting my bag ready for the day, etc.”

miss class. I try to stay on top of my homework instead of pushing it aside and procrastinating, and I do my best to get ahead.”

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“I like to draw. I’ll doodle to take my mind off o whatever schoolwor or tests I have coming up. It helps distract me for a little bit to clear my head.” MADDY SCHWARTZ / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘19

SARAH BERNSKOETTER / ENGINEERING UNDECLARED ‘20 WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL STRESS? “When I procrastinate and don’t feel like I have enough time to finish my work.” HOW DO YOU COPE WITH THAT STRESS? “I take a break from what causes it. I try not to focus on it, so sometimes I’ll listen to music. If I have time, I’ll go for a walk around campus to clear my mind and come back with a fresh head.”

ALEXANDRA RODRIGUEZ / SOCIOLOGY ‘17 WHAT CAUSES YOU THE MOST STRESS? “Deadlines. Papers, just normal homework. Deadlines, deadlines, deadlines. Other than that I don’t stress all that much because I feel that through my time at LMU, I’ve been able to find balance. Still, as a senior, I find myself having papers due coincidentally on the same days as exams and midterms.” WHAT’S CHALLENGING ABOUT MANAGING STRESS? “It’s hard to handle stress especially if you weren’t used to stress before college. People cope with stress differently, and for me it was isolation. I’m glad I’ve transitioned out of that, because it hindered my ability to start new things and go to meetings. I think people get stressed because they care a lot about something. I think that stress is good because it allows people to handle pressure and deal with difficult situations, which I think is a good quality for people to have. Stress doesn’t have to always be a negative thing.”

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KATE GOTFREDSON / ANIMATION ‘17

“All of our assignments in animation are project based, so I don’t have to stress over studying and memorizing as much as I stress over meeting deadlines. It’s such a collaborative major, because you’re constantly working with other people. Making sure that you’re working with responsible people, collaborating well and getting everyone’s schedules to work together can sometimes be stressful.”

WHAT CAUSES YOU THE MOST STRESS?

“Creative control and different visions for the project can make

“Being involved in too many things. I have my schoolwork, I’m an

collaborating with others difficult. Everyone in the film school

assistant manager at my work and I’m also part of a service org.

has good ideas, but it’s hard to get them all to fit together.” WHAT ENCOURAGES SUCCCESSFUL GROUP PROJECTS? “Whenever I’m in a group and we’re trying to figure something out, we’ll meet somewhere other than the film school. We’ll go to

Balancing service hours and deadlines with a job, all while trying to have a social life is pretty tough.” HOW DO YOU COPE WITH THAT STRESS? “Mostly through the friendships I’ve made. Friends that I’ve made

the beach to walk around and talk there, and figure out what we

in my major can help me with projects or homework and we often

want the story to be and what we want the characters to look like.”

study together. Going to service with friends in my service org is

my limits

HOW HAS COLLABORATION CHALLENGED YOU?

OLIVIA RAGSAC / BIOLOGY ‘17

I push past

WHAT IS THE WORKLOAD LIKE IN YOUR MAJOR?

nice because we can stay on top of our hours together.”

“Sometimes I’ll play Ed Sheeran or music like that to calm myself down. For example, I had a test this morning and I played Ed Sheeran’s new song and it calmed my nervousness. Listening to music like that helps me tell myself, ‘You got this!’” MALIA MURPHY / SCIENCE UNDECLARED ’20

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I am

suppor ted

by my mentors

KEVIN DWYER / THEATRE ARTS ‘17 WHO IS YOUR MENTOR? “Jason Joyce is currently my boss at ASLMU and—even though my passion is theatre—I really enjoy event planning. Event LYNSEY AMORE ALVARENGA / PSYCHOLOGY ‘17 WHO ARE YOUR MENTORS? “Dr. Andrew Dilts empowered me to utilize my intersectional identity and experience with my academic privilege to produce work that can promote change. Dr. Traci Voyles influenced my feminism as being not only intersectional, but also personal. Dr. Cheryl Grills is one of my idols; I just want to be like her.” HOW ARE YOUR MENTORS SIMILAR?

planning is something that I can see myself doing in the future as a “backup plan” after theatre. Jason helps facilitate my job, which is to plan all of the events that ASLMU coordinates. This includes athletic events; performance events; and special events like Third Thursday, Comedy for a Cause and Fallapalooza. He has been very influential because he knows a lot about what he’s doing and he’s really great at what he does. When it comes to event planning, he’s been someone I could always look up to and collaborate with.”

“I think the common thread as to why each of them has been such an influence in my life is that they push their students— including myself—to recognize that our knowledge and our learning doesn’t just stay within the walls of a classroom. Every day we have to push ourselves to grow as academics, as people, as activists, as whatever identities we have. If you’re faced with a bystander moment where you can step in for someone that doesn’t have as much of a voice as you do, then you should stand up as it is your responsibility to do so. Each of them taught me how to be an actual woman for and with others.

“I was able to have the opportunity to work with someone who I one day hope to have the same career as. A lot of professors at this school are considered mentors due to their outside views or values that they represent, but all of the students don’t necessarily intend to follow their footsteps and become professors. That’s why I thought it was really cool that I was able to take another step and meet someone whose job I would love to have one day, and someone who has certain skills that I hope to acquire.”

That is so much of my mission as a person.”

“Professor McDaniel made me realize that you really need to always do what makes you happy and not be too concerned with what other people think of you or expect from you.” GABRIEL LIKENS / ENGLISH ‘18

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ADRIANNA GARCIA / ACCOUNTING ‘17 HOW DID YOU MEET YOUR MENTOR? “My mentor is my boss at work, Angelo Rawles. I work in the athletics department under facilities, so we do a lot of the behindthe-scenes work at basketball games and other atheletic events. I’ve been working there since my freshman year so over the years he’s helped me develop, not only in my job but also personally. I’m now a student manager at my work so I work very closely with him. Working over breaks and spending so much time there has also made us closer.”

GABRIEL BLAKE / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’17 WHY ARE MENTORS IMPORTANT? “They keep you on track when you stray from the right path. It’s nice to be able to rely on another person when you feel lost. Ideally, our mentors have been through what we are experiencing right now, so it is important to get as much advice as possible.” WHEN HAVE YOU BEEN A MENTOR? “I have been a mentor for other students at LMU through a program I started called Seeds, a business accelerator on campus. If anyone comes to me with an idea or if they are thinking about starting a business, I’ll try to help them as much as possible.”

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HOW HAS YOUR MENTOR HELPED SHAPE YOU? “Angelo has really helped me develop my work ethic. This was my first official job and coming here, I was really shy. I became more comfortable working with others and being a leader. My work ethic and life skills developed more. I learned to lead others and be someone that others can look up to.”

mentors & mentees

“Dr. Barbara Marino has been my advisor since freshman year and has also been the professor of many of my classes go to her o ce hours a lot to discuss school, but she’s also a super cool person who I can share other things with.”

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“The memorable experiences I have are all the little moments when I would watch the sunset with friends or by myself from the window of Leavey 4 or walking from the Library to UHall.” ERISA TAKEDA / POLITICAL SCIENCE & FRENCH ‘17

EXPECTATION

reality

SENIORS DISH ON HOW THEY’VE GROWN & THEIR ASPIRATIONS FOR THE FUTURE WORDS A. MARTINEZ / DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTO P. REILLY

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THEN DIFFICULT

“I expected it to be really hard. I definitely knew it was going to be a challenge socially and academically, but I didn’t know how much change was going to happen. I just knew it was going to be difficult.” KAELI KANESHIRO / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17

LOADED

“As a freshman, I always thought college was going to be really hard. I was already thinking about finals the very first day of the semester and about all the schoolwork that we would have. I also expected to meet a lot of people from different backgrounds, to make life-long friendships and to grow as a person from my experiences those four years.” MARIANA UGALDE / POLITICAL SCIENCE & FRENCH ‘17

UNKNOWN

NOW IDENTITY

“My parents didn’t go to college in the United States and I don’t have other siblings, so I really didn’t know what to expect from an American college besides the only examples I got off TV shows and movies: a lot of parties. I guess I expected to meet a lot of people and pull all-nighters every other night.”

“The best word to describe my college experience is identity, and that just comes with finding people that you click with and finding groups that have similar interests as you. College is about pushing your limits, reaching your limits and then pushing them even more—just finding out what you’re capable of and who you are. Finding my identity was heavily reliant on my experiences during my years here.” K. KANESHIRO

ERISA TAKEDA / POLITICAL SCIENCE & FRENCH ‘17

GROWTH

“My college experience has been a period of growth: personally, professionally and spiritually. I was able to become more independent, learn how to stand up for my beliefs and for who I am, and learn more about social justice issues around the world and how I can use my education to work on these issues. These four years have been some of the toughest yet most rewarding years of my life, and if I could, I would do it all over again.” M. UGALDE

SELF

“I’ve somewhat found what I really like to do and having my parents move back to Japan, I had to rely on myself and grow by myself without being dependent on them.” E. TAKEDA

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ATHLETIC ASPIRATIONS

“I would like to be a head coach at a university one day, but something else I’m also thinking about is being a sports rep for a company like Adidas. I hope to get in contact with alumni who have this position already and through other connection LMU athletics has to offer.” JESSICA PEREZ / HUMANITIES ‘17

SWITCHING IT UP

“I came to LMU as a communications major, changed it to marketing, and then changed to accounting with an emphasis in business law. I wanted to work in entertainment, but I realized that everyone wants to do that. PWC organizes the Oscars, so maybe that’s still in my future.” JORDYIAN CHO / ACCOUNTING ‘17

ABOVE & BEYOND

“Positions of leadership that are not common. Most people have volunteered at one point or the other, but doing more than just basic volunteer work would be something employers care about, just going that extra step.” ANTHONY SASSO / ENGLISH ‘17

THE CLIMB

“I want to promote diversity in film and television. I feel I will have the best chance at doing so as a creative director or director of development. Right now, the goal is to start climbing the ladder to become the leader I aspire to be.” PARISA LOFTIS / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘17

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ALEXIS ABAD

MARKETING

LINDSAY ADAMS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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BIOLOGY

FADIA ALHALLAK

ANIMATION

RANDOLPH OSBERT ABAYA

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DYLAN ADKINS

SHAKEEL AHMAD

ENGLISH

MUSIC

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EMERALDO ALI

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SABRINA ABBATE

THEATRE ARTS & COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ELIZABETH AHN

BIOLOGY

R

ALLY ABBOTT

PSYCHOLOGY

PSYCHOLOGY

GILLIAN ALDRIDGE

JUSTIN ALEMAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

ELISA ALIANO+

CLAUDIA ALIMAN

SOCIOLOGY

BIOLOGY

NOUF ABDULGHNI

CIVIL ENGINEERING

SHELBI AIMONETTI

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MARAKY ALEMSEGED

SOCIOLOGY

TYLER ALLEN

STUDIO ARTS

AMY ACETO

PSYCHOLOGY

GEENA AKAHOSHI

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

BADER ALGHUNAIM

CIVIL ENGINEERING

MANSOOR ALSHIHA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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class of 2017

STEPHANIE ALTEMUS

PSYCHOLOGY

KARINA ALVAREZ

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

CHRISTOPHER ANGMORTER

SOCIOLOGY

JOSEPH ARRA

PHYSICS

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JOSE ALVARADO

BIOCHEMISTRY

ABDULLAH ALYASEEN

ACCOUNTING

ANGELO APARICIO

MANAGEMENT

VICTORIA ARTAZA

POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH

MAX ALVARADO

ENGLISH

GUSTAVO ALZA

POLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICS

JESSICA ANN AQUINO

BIOLOGY

ARIANA ASGARIAN

MARKETING

LYNSEY AMORE ALVARENGA

PSYCHOLOGY

SADIE AMATO

POLITICAL SCIENCE

MICHAEL ARBANAS

FINANCE

ANGEL ATTAR

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ADAM ALVAREZ

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

TAKAAKI AMETANI

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JULIANNA ARIES

PHILOSOPHY

BRIGITTE AXELRODE

DANCE & COMMUNICATION STUDIES

KAREN ALVAREZ

PHILOSOPHY

BRENDAN ANGELO

BIOLOGY

ASHLEY ARNELL

BIOLOGY

HALEY AYRES

MARKETING

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JOSHUA AZAR

JESSICA AZEVEDO

CIVIL ENGINEERING

CHRISTINA AZOIAN

BIOLOGY

NATALIE BACON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

THIERRY BALDACCI

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

TAYLOR BAGNALL

TEALANIE BALDWIN

U IE

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

ALOK BAHRI

PSYCHOLOGY

A RICA -A ERICA

JACOB BABA

PSYCHOLOGY

AISHWARYA BAJAJ

MANAGEMENT

L

CI

URBAN STUDIES

KAYLA BALLOU

SUMARI BANES

PSYCHOLOGY

A RICA -A ERICA

U IE

CHRISTOPHER BACCHETTI

MARKETING & ACCOUNTING

AUSTIN BAKER

ENGLISH

VERONICA KELLY BANEZ

ECONOMICS

PETER BACICH

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

TAYLOR BAKER

PSYCHOLOGY

MELISSA BANKS

ENGLISH

WHAT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET

“I will never forget the moment I realized that I was part of a much broader picture but could nonetheless

“I will always remember that my school was on the right side of history and contributed to the great change A R

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ANA PATINO / ACCOUNTING ‘17

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NICHOLAS BARBA

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

RENEE BAUGHN

PSYCHOLOGY

JESSICA BEDEWI

COMMUNICATION STUDIES & SOCIOLOGY

BRYAN BENATTOU

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & FRENCH

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STEPHEN BARBA

PSYCHOLOGY

TALIA BAUGNON

ENGLISH

BRITTANY BEERY

FINANCE

CHRISTOPHER BENGTSSON

MARKETING

MICHAEL BARRETO

ANIMATION

CATHERINE BAUTISTA

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

MONICA BELD

THEATRE ARTS

TYLER BENKO

ENGLISH

class of 2017

LINY BASUKI

FINANCE

MATTHEW BEAUCHAMP

POLITICAL SCIENCE

COURTNEY BELL

MARKETING

AMY BERCHTOLD

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ZACHARY BATES

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

JONATHAN BECK

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

JULIANNE BELZA

ENGLISH

NINA BERGHAUSEN

STUDIO ARTS

JOHN BATTE

MARKETING

ALYSHA BEDELL

MANAGEMENT

MAYA BEN YAIR

FILM & TV PRODUCTION & SCREENWRITING

ZIYA BERIKER

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BRYAN BESHARAT

URBAN STUDIES

EMILY BJERKE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CAMARA BLOUNT

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

COLIN BOPPELL

RECORDING ARTS

JULIA BIBER

STUDIO ARTS

TAYLOR BLACKMAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ANDREA BOBADILLA

MARKETING

CHE BORJA

ACCOUNTING

BRENDAN BIEKER

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

GABRIEL BLAKE

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SARAH BOCKIAN

SCREENWRITING & FRENCH

CAITLIN BOSTWICK

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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KAYLA BIEREI

ENGLISH

COURTNEY BLATZ

POLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICS

SARAI BOGORATT

ENGLISH

DIANA BOYLE

MARKETING

NUNZIO BILOTTI

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

BRANDON BLAU

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

LUKE BOHUSLAV

FINANCE

CLARA BRACKBILL

POLITICAL SCIENCE

GISELE BITAR

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SAMANTHA BLAZ

DANCE

MARIA BONANNO

SOCIOLOGY

MICHAEL BRADY

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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MITCHELL BRAUN

BIOLOGY

MADISON BROWN

STUDIO ARTS

DARIAN BRYANT

MARKETING

MICHAEL BUONARATI

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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REBECCA BREMER

BIOLOGY

SUSANNE BROWN

MANAGEMENT

NYASHA BRYANT

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JOSHUA BURGER

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

BENJAMIN BRENKWITZ

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ALYSSA BRUELL

ENGLISH

JACOB BUCKHALTER

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CONNOR BURRIS

FINANCE

class of 2017

RILEY BREWER

MANAGEMENT & ENGLISH

CASSANDRA BRUNETTE

LIBERAL STUDIES

VANESSA BUENROSTRO

HISTORY

CAROLINE BURT

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

COURTNEY BROWN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

SHANNON BRUNETTI

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

CHRISTOPHER BUGARIN

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

ALLISON BUSH

FINANCE

LAUREN BROWN

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SOPHIA BRUZA

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

VANESSA BUI

LIBERAL STUDIES

CHRISTINE BUSTILLOS

URBAN STUDIES

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MARKETING

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CHRISTIE CALUCCHIA

HUMANITIES

MADELINE CANALES

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

KEVIN CARROLL

SCREENWRITING

JADE BYRD

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CIARA CAMPBELL

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

KARLIE CARBONE

MUSIC

HANNAH CARTELLI

MARKETING

NATALIE CABRERA

ZACHARY CALILUNG

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

BIOLOGY

EMILY CAMPBELL

KRISTIN CAMPBELL

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MANAGEMENT

KIMBERLY CAROE

JOHANNES CARPENTER

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

RECORDING ARTS & PHILOSOPHY

CHRISTIAN CARVALLO

JULIZA CASTELLANOS

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

URBAN STUDIES

CARLY CALLANS

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

MADELINE CAMPBELL

MARKETING

JOSEPH CARREON

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

GUSTAVO CASTILLO

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SARAH CALNAN

MARKETING

MIKAYLA CAMPBELL

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

LISA CARRINGTON

BIOLOGY

KYLE CASTO

MATHEMATICS

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KAYLA BIEREI / ENGLISH ‘17

KAYLA MINTON KAUFMAN / FILM & TV PRODUCTION & THEATRE ARTS ‘17

“I met some of my greatest friends who will wipe the snot from my nose when I can’t stop crying and who will agree to get ramen with me at three in the morning.”

“In my Honors theology class freshman year, I dreamed up a documentary to shoot in China--and then Honors funded the project that very summer!”

THE THING THAT SURPRISED YOU JOSHUA SIMANGUNSONG / FINANCE & PHILOSOPHY ‘17

JULIANA CASTRO / RECORDING ARTS ‘17

“I made a friend before I claimed acceptance at LMU, her name was Abigail, and she convinced me to come to LMU. I never thanked her as much as I should. Abigail, thank you.”

JULIANA CASTRO

RECORDING ARTS

KYLE CAVANAUGH

LIBERAL STUDIES

ANDREW CHAN

FINANCE & ECONOMICS

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MICHELLE CASTRO BASTIDA

STUDIO ARTS

NICHOLAS CEA

SCREENWRITING

EDWIN CHANDRAWAN

MANAGEMENT

R

HUMANITIES

RO

STEVEN CENICEROS

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

IRENE CHANG

MANAGEMENT

“My on-campus job brought me some of the best, unexpected and happiest memories I will ever have from LMU. As well as some of my closest friends.”

ARIEL CATALASAN

MARKETING

LEA CERCADO

DANCE

KATE CHANG

RECORDING ARTS

OMAR CATCHINGS

CIVIL ENGINEERING

CLARISSA CERDA

ACCOUNTING

GEOFFREY CHAO

ENGLISH

JOSEPH CATSAVAS

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

TANIA CHAMIEH

PSYCHOLOGY

TIMOTHY CHAPMAN

FINANCE

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BAILEY CHATWIN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ZHIQUN CHEN

FINANCE

LELAINA CHING

MARKETING

JASON CHRISTHOPHER

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

RUBY CHAVEZ

SPANISH

ALEXANDRIA CHENG

STUDIO ARTS

CHERYL CHIQUITA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

MATTHEW CHRISTIAN

FINANCE

ERIC CHAVOYA

JACQUELINE CHEBAN

ENGLISH

STELLA CHENG

ASIAN & PACIFIC STUDIES

JORDYN CHO

RASHI CHHAJED

ZHENG CHIA

MARKETING

PSYCHOLOGY

CHRISTIN CHRISTIN

FINANCE

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ENGLISH

ANJALI CHOPRA

ACCOUNTING

EVA CHEER

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & FRENCH

DONNA CHUNG

PSYCHOLOGY

IL

V R

HOGAN CHEN

ENGLISH

CREE

ANNA CHORNEYKO

DANCE

JENNIFER CHUNG

MARKETING

RI I G

SARAH CHIK

PSYCHOLOGY & PHILOSOPHY

CHRISTINE CHOW

PSYCHOLOGY

SYDNI CHUSTZ

MARKETING

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SAMANTHA CLARK

LIBERAL STUDIES

CASSANDRA CONNELLA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

FORREST CORNWELL

HUMANITIES

ANDREW CREMA

ECONOMICS

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DANIELLE COHEN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

NORA CONSANI

THEATRE ARTS

ALEJANDRO CORRAL IV

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

JIMMY CRESPIN

POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH

CLAUDIA COJUANGCO

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JATORI COOPER

SCREENWRITING

MARY GRACE COSTA

ENGLISH

KELSEY CRISPENO

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

KATHERINE COLLINS

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

DANIELLA CORADINI

MUSIC

PARKER COSTIN

MARKETING

CAROLINE CROSS

MARKETING

SAMANTHA COLVIN

SPANISH

CAROLINE CORDOVA

SCREENWRITING & POLITICAL SCIENCE

KIMBERLEY COTTER

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

PEYTON CROSS

COMPUTER SCIENCE

PHILLIP CONEY

PSYCHOLOGY

EMILY CORDOVA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ELENA CREIXELL

LIBERAL STUDIES

JANELLE CROWTHER

PSYCHOLOGY

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YOUR SIX WORD LMU MEMOIR

R

MARKETING

R

TAYLOR CU

EZEQUIEL CUEVAS

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

ACCOUNTING

GENINE CUMBA

PHILOSOPHY & SPANISH

I KATHLEEN SANDOVAL / MARKETING ‘17

“There is profound knowledge OLIVIA RAGSAC / BIOLOGY ‘17

OLIVIA CURNETT

EMILY CUZNER

SCREENWRITING & ENGLISH

RAHUL DARYANANI

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

ECONOMICS

KYLEE DASHEFSKY

BIOLOGY

B JULIA NORLIN / MARKETING ‘17

I

L U JAMIE HIGA / BIOLOGY ‘17

“Tightly embrace every moment

LAYLEE DAVALLOU

HELENA DAVILA

PSYCHOLOGY & WOMEN’S STUDIES

KEITH DAVIS JR.

HUMANITIES

SCREENWRITING

PIERCE DAVISON

FINANCE & ECONOMICS

JENNA HART / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

CLAUDIA ADRIENNE ALIMAN / BIOLOGY ‘17

KATHERINE DAW

O

POLITICAL SCIENCE & PHILOSOPHY

O

O R

R

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

RYAN DEBLAEY

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

MADISON DEFREES

MARKETING

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ADVICE TO YOUR FRESHMAN SELF ALEXANDRIA DEGUZMAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

LOUISA DEL VALLE

ECONOMICS

CATHLEEN DELEON

FINANCE

MIA CELESTE DELEON

BIOLOGY

MICHELLE SIMON / LIBERAL STUDIES ‘17

VANESSA HAYGOOD / PSYCHOLOGY ‘17

JASMIN DELGADILLO AGREDANO

PSYCHOLOGY

CHRISTOPHER DELLOMES

COMPUTER SCIENCE

MICHAEL DEMASTERS

MARKETING

KAMARA DEMESMA

E

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

MANFRED KISSLING / CIVIL ENGINEERING ‘17

SOFIA PASSIK / SCREENWRITING AND MARKETING ‘17

R SABRINA DENDLE

SOCIOLOGY

ALYSSA DESMOND

FINANCE

KELSEY DEWHURST

MANAGEMENT

MONALISA DIANATA

CIVIL ENGINEERING

JACQUELINE RACHEL CHEBAN / ENTREPRENEURSHIP & FRENCH ‘17

“Cherish every moment and do not take NINA BERGHAUSEN / STUDIO ARTS ‘17

MARIA DIAZ

ECONOMICS

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VLADIMIR DICHTER

MARKETING

AMANDA DIRKS

ECONOMICS

BRANDON DISHNO

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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SOCIOLOGY

O

VIRGINIA DOHERTY

POLITICAL SCIENCE

DEVIN DONAHUE

SOCIOLOGY

NATHAN DROIVOLD

CIVIL ENGINEERING

RO

ARIELLE DITANO

MARKETING

MATTHEW DOLEGOWSKI

LIBERAL STUDIES

MORGAN DONAHUE

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CHASE DUGAY

BIOLOGY

IAN DIZON

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

BRANDON DOMINGO

MARKETING

CONNOR DOPESO

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SEANNA DUONG

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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MICHELLE DJIE

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

HEATHER DOMINGO

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CAITLIN DORFF

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

VARUN DUTT

PSYCHOLOGY

PAIGE DOBON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ANNELIESE DOMINGUEZ

MARKETING

CHRISTOPHER DORSEY

BIOLOGY

BLAKE DWYER

THEATRE ARTS

MCKENZIE DODGE

ECONOMICS

JUSTINE DOMINGUEZ

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CHRISTINA DOSSA

DANCE

DESTINY EASTER

PSYCHOLOGY

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RACHEL ECON

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JARRETT ELLIS

STUDIO ARTS

CAMERON EPPS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MERLIN EVANS

POLITICAL SCIENCE

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KEVIN EDGERTON

ACCOUNTING

KATHERINE EMERY

STUDIO ARTS

NICHOLAS ERTOLA

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

WILLIAM EVANS

CIVIL ENGINEERING

KIM EHNTHOLT

ECONOMICS

NOELANI EMNACE

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

ANALISA ESCAMILLA

LIBERAL STUDIES

MIRANDA FAJARDO

FINANCE

class of 2017

ALEXIS EKAIREB

PHILOSOPHY

YADIRA ENCISO

ART HISTORY

IMAN ESMAIL

PSYCHOLOGY

JENA FAKRODDIN

THEATRE ARTS

IVANE EL BASRI

SOCIOLOGY

ANDRE ENRIQUEZ

ENGLISH

ITZEL ESTRADA

CIVIL ENGINEERING

ANDREW FANDEL

ECONOMICS & POLITICAL SCIENCE

BIOCHEMISTRY

O

R

AMIR ENSANI

FINANCE

KIANA ETRATA

BIOCHEMISTRY

MICHAEL FARGUSON

FINANCE

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PSYCHOLOGY

RACHAEL FARRINGTON

ENGLISH

CASSADY FARRIS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

GEOFFREY FELDMAN

THEATRE ARTS

GABRIEL FERRASSE

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CHRISTOPHER FIALA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

WHAT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET

LAURELLE FIELD

MARKETING

ALEXANDRIA FINIE

LIBERAL STUDIES

GLENNA FINTON

LIBERAL STUDIES

ALEXANDRA FIORE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

“I will never forget the education that challenged my worldview with a newly found emphasis on who I am JOHN THOMAS MAYFIELD IV / THEOLOGY ‘17

KENDRA GLENN / LIBERAL STUDIES ‘17

DIAMOND FISCHER

SOCIOLOGY

BRENNA FITZGERALD

THEATRE ARTS

JORDAN FISHER

MARKETING

ETHAN FLAKE

BIOLOGY

DANIELLE FISHLER

ACCOUNTING

CYNTHIA FORD

POLITICAL SCIENCE

DOMINIQUE FORMOSO

MANAGEMENT

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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SHIRI FISHMAN

MELANIE FOUGERES

MARKETING & FRENCH

KYLE FOWLER

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

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DYLAN FOX

MAKENNA FRAHMANN

THEATRE ARTS

MARKETING

CHRISTOPHER FRANCO

COMPUTER SCIENCE

class of 2017

ADEN FRANK

SCREENWRITING

ANDERS FRANKENBERGER

PHYSICS

ALICYN FRASER

LIBERAL STUDIES

THE THING THAT SURPRISED YOU “I never thought that I would study JOHN FREDERICKS

LMU but I did and it was the most

MARKETING

CHRISTOPHER FREDLUND

URBAN STUDIES

MICHELLE FREITAS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

VICTOR FROLOV

COMPUTER SCIENCE

KAILA PATRICK / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘17

“I never thought I’d be the president transformed my life in so many ways! I I JAVIER NAVARRO / ENGLISH & PHILOSOPHY '17

ANDREW FRONCZAK

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JAKE FUJIMOTO

ACCOUNTING

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ETHAN FUJIOKA

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

GIOVANNO FURHAD

ECONOMICS

WEIYINGZI FU

FINANCE

JAMIE FYFE

MARKETING

WILLIAM FUCHS

BIOLOGY

CHLOE GABRIEL

PSYCHOLOGY

ALEXANDER FUENTES

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

EASTON GAGE

SCREENWRITING

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PAUL GAGORIK

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

JORGE GAMBOA

SOCIOLOGY & URBAN STUDIES

BRANDY GARCIA

LIBERAL STUDIES

R

R

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

LOLA GAINES

WOMEN’S STUDIES

JAMES GAMMANS

ANIMATION & ECONOMICS

CHRIS GARCIA

POLITICAL SCIENCE

MONTSERRATE GASTELUM

HISTORY

VIVIAN GAITAN

MADELINE GALI

SOCIOLOGY

MARKETING

CHENGYU GAO

CIELO GARAT

CIVIL ENGINEERING

PSYCHOLOGY

KATHRYN GARCIA

POLITICAL SCIENCE

WINSTON GAUTAMA

MARKETING

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LORENA GARCIA

PSYCHOLOGY

ALICE GAVARRETE OLVERA

PSYCHOLOGY

IGNACIO GALICIA

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

ADRIANNA GARCIA

ACCOUNTING

ALEXA GARSTER

SCREENWRITING

SUZANNA GAVGAVYAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ADAN GALINDO

ECONOMICS

ALEJANDRA GARCIA

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

KARLY GARSTER

RECORDING ARTS

GABRIELA GAVILANES

BIOCHEMISTRY

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MELISSA GAVILANES

PSYCHOLOGY

BAHAR GHADERI

ACCOUNTING

BRENNAN GILPATRICK

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

DANIEL GOMEZ

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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AUSTIN GAY

SCREENWRITING

JAD GHAWI

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CHRIS GINNAVEN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

MARIACAROLINA GOMEZ

ENGLISH & PHILOSOPHY

JACK GEIRAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SARA GIBSON

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

ALISHA GINSBERG

PSYCHOLOGY

PAOLO GONZALES

BIOCHEMISTRY

KSENIIA GENENFELD

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JOSEPH GIETZEN

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ADRIANNA GJONAJ

ECONOMICS & URBAN STUDIES

ADRIAN GONZALEZ

MARKETING

TRISTAN GERARDO

MARKETING

MICHELLE GILBERTSON

MARKETING

JARED GLASSER

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CLAUDIA GONZALEZ

SOCIOLOGY

IVY GETTY

STUDIO ARTS

SIERRA GILLESPIE

HUMANITIES

KENDRA GLENN

LIBERAL STUDIES

ELEXIS GOODWIN

SCREENWRITING

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BRYAN GOONETILLEKE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JOSHUA GREKIN

DANIELLE GRIFFITH

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

MILES GUERRERO

A

LIE

I

R A I

ASIAN & PACIFIC STUDIES & LIBERAL STUDIES

G

ALEXANDRA GUTTROFF

MARKETING

KATE GOTFREDSON

ANIMATION

ALYSSA GUERRIERI

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

ISABELLA GYULNAZARYAN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

ANNA GOTSIS

STELLA GOZALI

COMPUTER SCIENCE

ERIN GRILEY

EMMA GROJEAN

SOCIOLOGY

BIOLOGY

KATARINA GUINALDO

ROY GUNAWAN

PSYCHOLOGY

ECONOMICS

AMANDA HAAS

SARAH HABASH

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

POLITICAL SCIENCE

IAN GREEN

ENGLISH

JULIA GUANZON

ECONOMICS

CLEVE GURNEY

CIVIL ENGINEERING

RINESYA HADIPOESPITO

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

AMIRA GREGORY

SOCIOLOGY

MARISA GUERRA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ERICA GUSTAFSON

MARKETING

DEANN HAIGHT

C

U IE

LI ICAL CIE CE

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DIANNE JAHANGANI / POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH ‘17

“Sometimes things won’t always work out the way you want them to, but that doesn’t mean something better isn’t waiting.”

BRENNA FITZGERALD / THEATRE ARTS ‘17

“Take it one step at a time, there will be an abundance of good things for all the bad that you encounter.”

ADVICE TO YOUR FRESHMAN SELF RICARDO MARIO SOSA / ACCOUNTING ‘17

“Get involved: know your professors, study hard, mentor, be with people who care and always matter to others.”

MAUREEN HALEY

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

GEORGIANA HANG

PSYCHOLOGY

KELLY HARRIS

MARKETING

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RYAN HALEY

ACCOUNTING

AUSTIN HANNA

FINANCE

ALEXANDRA HARROP

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

ALEXIS HALL

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ZARRIN HAQUE

POLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICS

JENNA HART

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JENNA HART / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

“You still have three more years here, don’t feel like you have to do everything right now.”

JACOB HALLUM

CIVIL ENGINEERING

EMMA HARDY

PHILOSOPHY & PSYCHOLOGY

VAUGHN HARTLING

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

GUNNAR HAMINA

DEIRDRE HANEY

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

EMILY HARRIS

JASMINE HARRIS

POLITICAL SCIENCE

FIONA HARYASYAH

FINANCE

PSYCHOLOGY

KAYLA HASHIMOTO

PHILOSOPHY & FILM & TV PRODUCTION

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RANDY HASJIM

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CHRISTOPHER HAYS

MARKETING

ANDREW HENREID

PSYCHOLOGY

VICTORIA HERNANDEZ

PSYCHOLOGY & SPANISH

ALIREZA HATAMIFAR

BIOCHEMISTRY

XI HE

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

MARC HEPPS

CLASSICS

KATHRYN HERRON

MARKETING

KEVIN HAYDEN

MATTHEW HAYES

ECONOMICS

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ABIGAIL HEALEY

ERICA HEDED

MARKETING

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CHRISTOPHER HERLIHY

AGUEDA HERNANDEZ

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

THEOLOGY & SPANISH

KRISTIE HEWKO

JAMIE HIGA

ACCOUNTING

BIOLOGY

ZACHARY HAYES

POLITICAL SCIENCE

JAKE HELLEN

SCREENWRITING & ECONOMICS

ERIC HERNANDEZ

MARKETING

MATTHEW HIGDON

RECORDING ARTS

VANESSA HAYGOOD

PSYCHOLOGY & WOMEN’S STUDIES

MATTHEW HELMERS

FINANCE

NEFERTARI HERNANDEZ

ENGLISH

JAMIN HINES

MODERN LANGUAGES

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MICHAELA HIRAKAWA

MARKETING

AJA HOGGATT

ENGLISH

KRISTEN HORSTMANN

ENGINEERING UNDECLARED

MORGAN HUBERS

MARKETING

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MEGAN HO

BIOLOGY

MEADOW HOLMAN

ENGLISH

GLENNDA HOU

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

GARY HUBL

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DARREN HODGES

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JOEL HOMAN

COMPUTER SCIENCE

PARKER HOUSE

PSYCHOLOGY & SPANISH

KELLY HUNTER

BIOCHEMISTRY

MADISON HODGKINS

SOCIOLOGY

MONICA HONG

BIOLOGY

ALLISON HOUSTON

POLITICAL SCIENCE & PHILOSOPHY

URBAN STUDIES

R

MICHAEL HOFFMAN

MARKETING

ERIN HONIGMAN

ENGLISH

HUIHUI HU

PSYCHOLOGY

ANDRE HUSADA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

PATRICK HOFFMAN

MARKETING

ANGELICA HONRADE

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

GABRIEL HUACUJA

BIOLOGY

GAVIN HUSNI

FINANCE

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HARRISON HUSTING

ECONOMICS

HSIN HWANG

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CLAIRE IANNELLI

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

LETICIA IEGRE

IGGY

SPANISH

WHAT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET

OSEIJE IMOOHI

LION PRIDE

R

R

SOCIOLOGY

7

“I will never forget the people I have crossed paths with and the events that took place on this beautiful campus.” ZOË HOLLY PHOTENHAUER / SCREENWRITING ‘17

“The feeling of creating and completing projects and the bonds I’ve made with people in lm theatre and in general ALYSSA BRUELL / ENGLISH ‘17

he ama ing teachers the small classes lled with intelligent and ind people and the breathtaking view from the library.”

BEN IMPERATO

SCREENWRITING

RACHEL INAFUKU

ECONOMICS

SAM IRWIN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

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EMMA ISACKSON

PSYCHOLOGY

NADINE ISKANDAR

POLITICAL SCIENCE & WOMEN’S STUDIES

JONATHAN ISOZAKI

MATHEMATICS

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FEDERICO ISRAEL

ECONOMICS & POLITICAL SCIENCE

ALEXA IWATANI

MARKETING

SHELBY JACKSON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

class of 2017

KELLY JACOBS

MANAGEMENT

ALEXANDER JACOBSEN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

NICOLE JAFFE

SOCIOLOGY

THE THING THAT SURPRISED YOU “Joining Pi Phi—I’ve gained lifelong and innumerable opportunities because I G CAITLYN REI / ENGLISH ‘17

I I never expected that I would actually be living in another country receiving V

“The people I thought I’d be friends with forever became distant and the most unexpected people became HEATHER DOMINGO / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘17

LORA GAVGAVYAN / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

DIANNE JAHANGANI

POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH

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CHRISTOPHER JAIME

BIOLOGY

SAVANNAH JAMES

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

SHANELLE JAQUEZ

SPANISH

IVAN JELIC

ECONOMICS & PHYSICS

SARA JENSEN

STUDIO ARTS

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ANIKA JESS

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

KATHERINE JOHNSON

BIOCHEMISTRY

NICHOLAS JONES

POLITICAL SCIENCE

R

O

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

SERENA JI

ECONOMICS

KENDALL JOHNSON

BIOLOGY

EMILY JORDAN

ECONOMICS

JORDAN JUSTUS

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ARABELLA JIMENEZ

STUDIO ARTS

BENJAMIN JOHNSTONE

BIOCHEMISTRY

ELIANA JORGENSEN

STUDIO ARTS

LAUREN JYO

GISELLA JOMA

ENGLISH

DYLAN JOSEPH

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CORY KAAUKAI

ACCOUNTING

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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SKYLAR JIMENEZ

MARKETING

ALIXANDRA JOHNSON

CONNOR JOHNSON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

PSYCHOLOGY

JEFFRY JOMAN

MADELEINE JONES

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MADISON JOSEPH

ALEXANDRIA JUNGERS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ALEXANDER KALIANNAN

C

U IE

A RICA -A

THEATRE ARTS

U IE

ASHLEY KAMES

ECONOMICS

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JILLIAN KANE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ANISHA KARUR

PSYCHOLOGY

CLAIRE KENNEDY

HISTORY

MOUNA KEZBAR

POLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICS

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KAELI KANESHIRO

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

BENJAMIN KATZ

STUDIO ARTS

KATHLEEN KENNY

DANCE

ANSH KHANNA

ACCOUNTING

KONSTANTINOS KAPLANIS

CLA

IC

ARC AE L G

KAYLA KAUFMAN

EC

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FILM & TV PRODUCTION & THEATRE ARTS

OLIVIA KENT

SCREENWRITING

DICKY KHENGDRO

FINANCE

class of 2017

NIMA KARAMATI

MARKETING

AVNEET KAUR

BIOLOGY

ALEXANDER KEREKES

FINANCE

IRAKLI KHIZANISHVILI

COMPUTER SCIENCE

HUNTER KARR

CIVIL ENGINEERING

LOVEPREET KAUR

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

EMMA KETCHUM

SCREENWRITING

JASMIN KHOE

CIVIL ENGINEERING

FRANCES KARRER

STUDIO ARTS

KARLY KAZANJIAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

TAYLOR KEWLEY

MARKETING & DANCE

ERIC KHOLOBEKIAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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EUGENE KIM

EVELYN KIM

ACCOUNTING

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

PRESTON KIM

STEPHANIE KIM

ECONOMICS

URBAN STUDIES

MARISSA KITAZUMI

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MATTHEW KLOYDA

ACCOUNTING

HANNAH KIM

JESSICA KIM

ANIMATION

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ALEXANDER KIMBLE

JEAN KISAKA

PSYCHOLOGY

ACCOUNTING

KARA KNAUSS

KELCEY KNIGHTS

PSYCHOLOGY

PSYCHOLOGY

JORDAN KIM

SCREENWRITING

MEBRA KISAKA

MANAGEMENT

MICHAEL KNOPF

SCREENWRITING

PAUL KIM

LIBERAL STUDIES

MANFRED KISSLING

CIVIL ENGINEERING

JAMES KOBAYASHI

MARKETING

ADVICE TO YOUR FRESHMAN SELF “Figure out what your passions “Do not limit the scope of your future based upon your current

will drive your actions for the next

“Good grades provide you more opportunities during and after

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JOHN THOMAS MAYFIELD IV / THEOLOGY ‘17

PATRICK HOFFMAN / MARKETING ‘17

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CAMILLE KODAMA

STUDIO ARTS

MERISSA KOSASIH

FINANCE

KWAKU KUFUOR

ACCOUNTING

LIANNA LABERGE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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SARAH KODAMA

BIOLOGY

ANASTASIA KOVESHNIKOVA

CIVIL ENGINEERING

JUSTIN KUNTARODJANJUN

MARKETING

CLARISSA LAI

FINANCE

NICOLE KOKASKA

LAUREN KONCHAN

SOCIOLOGY

TAYLOR KOZAKAR

A

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NICKY KURNIA

FINANCE

PHUONG LAI

MARKETING

COMPUTER SCIENCE

G

JACK KRAMER

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

JOSHUA KURODA

COMPUTER SCIENCE

DREW LAKE

DANCE

ARTEM KONDRATIEV

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

R. BRADLEY KRITZER

MARKETING

JANET KUSUMA

ECONOMICS

MORGAN LAM

POLITICAL SCIENCE

MADISON KORBEL

STUDIO ARTS

IAN KRUSE

MARKETING

JOSHUA LA COUR

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & THEATRE ARTS

RAYMOND LAM

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

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MARY LANE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ALYSSA LAU

BIOLOGY

JODIE LE

PSYCHOLOGY

JESSICA LEGASPI

POLITICAL SCIENCE

GRANT LAPOVICH

ALEXANDER LAPPAS

RECORDING ARTS

ECONOMICS

SEANN LAU

ASHLEY LAWLESS

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

JANINE LEANO

THEATRE ARTS

ALLISON LEGGETT

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

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SAMUEL LARDY

KARLA LARRA AGA

CHEMISTRY

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ANNABEL LEE

CHICANA/O STUDIES

BRADY LAWRENCE

VALERIE LAWRENCIA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CIVIL ENGINEERING

ELEANOR LEE

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JESSICA LEE

MARKETING

ANAHI LEIVA PARTNOY

SOPHIA LEKSAN

BIOLOGY

A

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

G

MATTHEW LEMUS

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

ALEC LARRAZA

PSYCHOLOGY & ENGLISH

ANDRÉS LAZO HERNÁNDEZ

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

VINCENT LEE

ACCOUNTING

DANIELLE LEONG

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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PERRY LEONG

ANIMATION

DARYL LIANG

FINANCE

SHUHUI LIN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

ALYSON LOCK

ACCOUNTING

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BRIANA LETICA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

GRACE LIDE

HUMANITIES & WOMEN’S STUDIES

KATRINA LIU

LIBERAL STUDIES

MYSHEL LODRUP

BIOLOGY

CATHERINE LEWIS

THEATRE ARTS

LIAT LIEBERMAN TABACHNIK

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

WINSTON LIU

ECONOMICS

GRACE LOEKMAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CASPIAN LEWKE

ECONOMICS & MODERN LANGUAGES

FELISCA LIESWANTO

MARKETING

JOHN LIVINGSTON

HISTORY

PARISA LOFTIS

THEATRE ARTS

HUACHEN LI

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

JUSTIN LIEU

COMPUTER SCIENCE

BRITTANI LLOYD

ENGLISH

CARA LOHMAN

MARKETING

JINKUI LI

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

TRAVIS LIGGETT

BIOLOGY

CHARLES LO PRESTI

RECORDING ARTS & MUSIC

JESSICA LOMBARDOZZI

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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AMANDA LOPEZ

CIVIL ENGINEERING

KATIA LOPEZ

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MARKETING

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CATHERINE LOZANO

STUDIO ARTS

KAREN CHRISMAR MAALA

POLITICAL SCIENCE

KEILA LOPEZ FRAGOSO

CIVIL ENGINEERING

ALEXANDRA LUCE

THEATRE ARTS

MADELINE MABRY

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ANDER LOPEZ

BIANCA LOPEZ

LIBERAL STUDIES

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

KELCEY LORENZO

FLANDERS LORTON

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

COMPUTER SCIENCE

GAVRILLA LUMOINDONG

QUINN LUSTER

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

BIOLOGY

LAUREN MABUNI

ABIGAIL MACKEY

MARKETING

DANCE

CASSANDRA LOPEZ

MANAGEMENT

JOHN LOVELACE

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

MATTHEW LYNAS

PSYCHOLOGY

ERIK MADRIGAL

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

ISAI LOPEZ

BIOLOGY

HEATHER LOWELL

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

MAXIMILIAN LYONS

FINANCE & ECONOMICS

KYLON DAX MAGAT

FINANCE

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“My study abroad experience. Not only was I able to meet new people from LMU but also got to explore Italy & Greece. It basically helped me chec off a lot o stuff rom m uc et list

“I will never forget the relationships I fostered with wise, purposeful, and generous people, and the opportunity to travel to three continents in four years.”

WHAT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET BRENNA FITZGERALD / THEATRE ARTS ‘17

LIAT LIEBERMAN TABACHNIK / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

will never orget m riends the luff ass on unda nights and all of the opportunities I have been given by becoming a part of the LMU community. Go Lions!”

NATALYA MAHAINDRA

FINANCE

KERRI MANDELBAUM

SCREENWRITING

NICHOLA MARICK

THEATRE ARTS

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STACY MAIER

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

MARK MANJARDI

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

VICTORIA MARMOL

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SYDNEY MAJD

ENGLISH

RUSSELL MANSJUR

MARKETING

MARINA MARMOLEJO

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

“The amazing people who have pushed me to become a better, more caring, and more conscious person, and the many oppotunities the school gave me!”

WELELA MAKONNEN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ALLEGRA MANTOVANI

FINANCE

TOR MAROM

ENGLISH

BRANDON MALEKIE

ACCOUNTING

ANDRES MANZANO

STUDIO ARTS

ANNEL MARQUEZ

PSYCHOLOGY

SYDNIE MALTZ

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

MIKE MARGUET

FINANCE

ELIZABETH MARSH

MARKETING

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NICOLAS MARTINEZ

POLITICAL SCIENCE

NICKAN MASHHOOD

HISTORY

ACCOUNTING

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ANTOINE MARTEL

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SOFIA MARTINEZ

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

DANEE MASUR

SCREENWRITING

MICHAEL MCAULEY JR.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

JONAH XAMEOJ MARTIN

RECORDING ARTS

NICOLETTE MARTINO

PSYCHOLOGY

BRANDON MATHIS

POLITICAL SCIENCE & DANCE

KELLY MCCART

MADELINE MARY

STUDIO ARTS

TRENTON MATHISON

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SHANNON MCCARTY

SCREENWRITING

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

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TERRENCE MARTIN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

VANESSA MARTIN

LIBERAL STUDIES

SYLVETTE MASCIONI

MANAGEMENT

JARED MATUSICH

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

CHRISTINA MCCLEAN

ACCOUNTING

AMANDA MARTINEZ

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

VICTOR MASETTI

STUDIO ARTS

JOHN MAYFIELD IV

THEOLOGY

IAN MCCLURE

THEATRE ARTS

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FINANCE

CATHERINE MCGEE

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ARIEL MCKENZIE

PSYCHOLOGY

MAKDA MEDHANIE

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

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JAQUELINE MCCOOL

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CORY MCGEE

MARKETING

SINEAD MCLOUGHLIN

ENGLISH

BRIANNA MEDINA

POLITICAL SCIENCE

RACHEL MCCORMACK

LIBERAL STUDIES

SAVANNAH MCGINNIS

SOCIOLOGY

KAYLA MCMENAMIN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

GARY MEEK

FINANCE

class of 2017

ERIN MCCOY

LIBERAL STUDIES

MEGAN MCGOWAN

PSYCHOLOGY

MEGAN MCNAIR

LIBERAL STUDIES

ARLENE MEJIA

ECONOMICS

JAMES MCENRUE

HISTORY

MALI MCGUIRE

BIOLOGY

MORGAN MCVEY

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

GRANT MELLO

PSYCHOLOGY

BRIGHID MCEVEETY

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SAVANNAH MCGUSHION

MANAGEMENT

MICHAEL MEDEIROS

MARKETING

ANTHONY MENDEZ

MANAGEMENT

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THE THING THAT SURPRISED YOU

FERNANDO MENDEZ

CIVIL ENGINEERING

“My increased appreciation for A I

LUIS MENDEZ

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

BENJAMIN MENZER

FINANCE

COURTNEY MERRIAM

BIOLOGY

LA RHETT SPONGBERG / PHYSICS ‘17

“I never expected to take on an eboard E I I because it allowed me to bond with OLIVIA RAGSAC / BIOLOGY ‘17

MAXWELL MERRIMAN

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SAGE MILLER

MARKETING

CHRISTINA MOCK

STUDIO ARTS

DEAN MESSINGER

SOPHIA MEYER

HISTORY

DARYA MINA

THEATRE ARTS

BRITTANY MODESTO

SPANISH

SCREENWRITING

LEONTINE MINAS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

DOMINIQUE MOLINA

STUDIO ARTS

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GUALTIERO MINELLI

MUSIC

BRYANT MONROE

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

AHMAD MIR MOHAMMAD SADEGHI

ENGLISH

MARIAH MONTANO

MARKETING

JENNIFER MILLER

A

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TABITHA MITCHELL

THEATRE ARTS

ALAYNA MONTEILH

SOCIOLOGY

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POLITICAL SCIENCE

EMILY MOORE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

SARA MONTINI

MARKETING

SARAH MOORE

MARKETING

CAMILLE MOODY

class of 2017

DAELYN MOON

MARKETING

POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH

CARLOS MORA

KAILEE MORA

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

ERIC MOON

COURTNEY MOORE

MANAGEMENT

ACCOUNTING

LAUREN MORA

MARKETING

MARISA MORENO

FINANCE

MARKETING

YOUR SIX WORD LMU MEMOIR “Biking around campus ANDREW MORETINE

FINANCE

JOSEPH MORRIS

COMPUTER SCIENCE

HARPER H. WOKER / HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17

ART HISTORY

ORR

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MAURICE MORTON

MARKETING

“Being humble has RICARDO MARIO SOSA / ACCOUNTING ‘17

L U R

JOSEPH MOSES

MARKETING

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MARKETING & FILM & TV PRODUCTION

R

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MACKENZIE MULDER

MARKETING

NICOLE MULDOON

PSYCHOLOGY & ENGLISH

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KARLA MUNOZ

POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH

MAX MYMAN

YUN JOO NA

STUDIO ARTS

ANNA NASON IL

V R

BRIAR MURPHY

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ACCOUNTING & SPANISH

CREE

AMANDA NERI

RI I G

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES & MUSIC

CYLVIA NASTASSJA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

SONIA NERSESIAN

DANCE & COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JAMES MURPHY

KATHERINE MURPHY

ACCOUNTING

SCREENWRITING & ENGLISH

JACQUELIN NAGEL

NITESH NAGESH

STUDIO ARTS

FINANCE

OR

JAVIER NAVARRO

ASIAN & PACIFIC STUDIES

PHILOSOPHY & ENGLISH

RYAN NESHAT

JAMIE NEVAREZ

ECONOMICS

LIBERAL STUDIES

JOSEPH MURRAY

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CAMRYN NAKANO

MANAGEMENT

RILEY NELSON

FINANCE

MEGAN NEWELL

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

WILLIAM MUSCARA II

BIOLOGY

ALEXANDER NAPIOR

BIOLOGY & SPANISH

TESS NELSON

LIBERAL STUDIES

EVAN NG

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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CHRISTINA NGUYEN

PSYCHOLOGY

EDWARD NJOO

BIOCHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY

TAYLOR NORNES

BIOLOGY

LILY O’BRIEN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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TIFFANY NGUYEN

MANAGEMENT

RACHAEL NOBLE

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

MARY NORTH

SPANISH

CAROLINE O’DONNELL

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CATHERINE NICHOLS

POLITICAL SCIENCE

LASHYRA NOLEN

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

JENNIFER NORTON

MARKETING

MADISON O’DONNELL

SOCIOLOGY

CASSANDRA NICKLES

CIVIL ENGINEERING

EMILY NORIEGA

ANIMATION

TERESA NOWATZKI

THEATRE ARTS

SHANNON O’KEEFE

LIBERAL STUDIES

JENNA NISHIDA

MARKETING

JULIA NORLIN

MARKETING

KRYSTAL NUNEZ

MANAGEMENT

MEGAN O’SHEA

LIBERAL STUDIES

DANIELLE NISIM

PSYCHOLOGY

ALEXIS NORMAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

BRANDON O

SOCIOLOGY

MOLLY O’TOOLE

POLITICAL SCIENCE

3/20/17 12:08 AM


RACHEL OBERING

JOSE OCHOA

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

MONICA ODA

SOCIOLOGY

ELIAS ONTIVEROS

NICOLE ORBAN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

MARCIO ORTEZ

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

DANIEL ORDONIA

BIOCHEMISTRY

RACHEL OROSZ

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CRISTOBAL ORTIZ

BIOCHEMISTRY

NICHOLAS ODEGARD

MARKETING

OSCAR OROZCO

PHILOSOPHY

ERIK OWENSON

BIOCHEMISTRY

MARKETING

JOHN PAAL

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

MATTHEW OKI

BIOLOGY

LIZET PACHECO

SCREENWRITING

ATHLETIC TRAINING

BRITTON OLLE

FINANCE & ECONOMICS

LESLIE ORTEGA

LIBERAL STUDIES

MICHAEL PADILLA

ENGLISH

WHAT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET I G

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RACHEL DESEREE TANUJAYA / HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17

PATRICK HOFFMAN / MARKETING ‘17

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VIJAYASANKAR PALANIVEL

MANAGEMENT

TAYLOR PARTIN

ECONOMICS

ANA PATINO

ACCOUNTING

CHRISTOPHER PENNINO

ENGLISH

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BRADY PALUBISKI

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JUSTIN PASQUALE

ACCOUNTING

KAILA PATRICK

POLITICAL SCIENCE

DANIEL PEREZ

MANAGEMENT

DANAE PAPPAS

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

MICHAEL PASQUALE

FINANCE

RYAN PAWLAK

RECORDING ARTS

JESSICA PEREZ

HUMANITIES

JASMINE PAREKH

MARKETING

VICTORIA PASSARELLI

ENGLISH

GRETA PEARSE

DANCE

NOEMI PEREZ

ACCOUNTING & ECONOMICS

SAMUEL PARKINS

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

SOFIA PASSIK

MARKETING & SCREENWRITING

MATTHEW PENDLETON

RECORDING ARTS

ALESSANDRO PEROTTI

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

HANNAH PARSONS

LIBERAL STUDIES

SHANAY PATEL

POLITICAL SCIENCE

LAUREN PENNINGTON

BIOLOGY & SPANISH

ALEX PERROOTS

THEATRE ARTS

3/20/17 12:08 AM


PA I G E P E T E R S E N

ACCOUNTING

DANA PFAFFINGER

CHEMISTRY

CAITLIN PIGOTT

POLITICAL SCIENCE

BRENDEN POTTIER

MARKETING

JENNA PETERSON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

SAMANTHA PHELPS

SOCIOLOGY

HEATHER PILKINGTON

STUDIO ARTS

APRIL PRATT

SCREENWRITING

SARAH PETERSON

TAYLOR PETERSON

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

SIMEON PHILLIPS

ZOË PHOTENHAUER

MARKETING

SCREENWRITING

ADHAM PIRBAZARI

CAITLIN PITT

PSYCHOLOGY

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

CASSIDY PRIEGEL

SOPHIA PRUETT

LIBERAL STUDIES

LIBERAL STUDIES

COURTNEY PETRAS

ASIAN & PACIFIC STUDIES

NICHOLAS PICCIOLO

ECONOMICS

XOCHITL PIZARRO

SOCIOLOGY

ANTHONY PUTERMAN

FINANCE

MICHAEL PETRICH

ECONOMICS

CHERYL PIDONO

FINANCE

ANA PODREZ

SCREENWRITING

MATTHIUS PUTRANTO

MARKETING

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JESSICA PYUN

KAITLIN QUIGLEY

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ENGLISH

ALEXA RAJARAM

HAILEY RALSTON

ACCOUNTING

TAYLOR RAYMOND IL

V R

CREE

CHELSEA RENNER

PSYCHOLOGY

RI I G

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

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LAUREN REGAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MAGGIE RENNER

MARKETING

OLIVIA RAGSAC

BIOLOGY

LONG RAMONASARI

MANAGEMENT

CAITLYN REI

ENGLISH

PETAR REPAR

FINANCE

JACOB RAGUSA

POLITICAL SCIENCE

NATALY RAMOS

MANAGEMENT

PORTIA REINHOLZ

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ISABEL RETANA

PSYCHOLOGY

NICHOLAS RAHARJO

TIMOTHY PONCO RAHARJO

ECONOMICS

R

SPANISH

R

RO

KELLY REINMUTH

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JESSICA REYES

SOCIOLOGY

ECONOMICS

R

KENNETH RAVELO

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

KRISTINA MAE RELOS

ACCOUNTING

MADELEINE REYES

PSYCHOLOGY

3/20/17 12:08 AM


YOUR SIX WORD LMU MEMOIR

JONATHAN RICE

CARLIE RICHMAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

C

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MARKETING

CHELSEA RIGAUD

SOCIOLOGY

ERIC RIOS

ENGLISH

L

MICHAEL ANDRE PETRICH / ECONOMICS ‘17

RILEY JONATHAN BREWER /BUS. MANAGEMENT & ENGLISH ‘17

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FINANCE

R

WOMEN’S STUDIES

R

ANNA RIZZA

PSYCHOLOGY

RAN RO

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

THIERRY PATRICK TORRES BALDACCI / ENTREPRENEURSHIP‘17

“College is meant for O

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XIAN WONG / STUDIO ARTS ‘17

SARAH ROA

BRANDON ROBELLO

BIOCHEMISTRY

L

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BIOLOGY

KENNEDY ROBERTS

SOCIOLOGY

NATALIE ROCKWELL

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

L

RADHIKA SWAMINARAYAN / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘17

ASUZENA RODAS

LIBERAL STUDIES

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HANNAH RODOSKY

PSYCHOLOGY

ADRIAN RODRIGUEZ

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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ADVICE TO YOUR FRESHMAN SELF ALEXANDRA RODRIGUEZ

SOCIOLOGY

AMELIA RODRIGUEZ

PSYCHOLOGY

AMY RODRIGUEZ

ANIMATION

ANDREA RODRIGUEZ

MARKETING & POLITICAL SCIENCE

LEONTINE MINAS / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

“Take time out of every day to realize CARLIE RICHMAN / MARKETING ‘17

NATALIE RODRIGUEZ

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

CLAUDIA RODRIGUEZ FRANCO

MARKETING

SARAH ROGERS

LIBERAL STUDIES

MADELYN ROLLOFSON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

EMMA KRISTINA ISACKSON / PSYCHOLOGY ‘17

E GUSTAVO ALBERTO ALZA JR. / ECONOMICS & POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘17

L TRIXIE ANNE ROQUE

COMPUTER SCIENCE

MIREIA ROS

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

ALLIE MAE ROSEHILL

MARKETING

JACLYN ROSS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES & THEOLOGY

JUSTIN SANNY / COMPUTER SCIENCE ‘17

A NICOLE KOKASKA / SOCIOLOGY ‘17

ERIC ROSSO

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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LAURA ROUILLER

MARKETING

KAITLYN RUBCICH

MARKETING

TARYN RUDOLPH

SPANISH

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AISHA RUSSELL

MARKETING

JULIA SACCO

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

RONY SALEH

MARKETING

JUSTIN SANNY

COMPUTER SCIENCE

MITCHELL RUSSELL

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

TATIANA SAFADY

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

GABRIELA SANCHEZ

ENGLISH

NICOLE SANTANA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

RYAN RUSSELL

CAITLIN RYAN

CIVIL ENGINEERING

ANIMATION

AMEER SAID

KATELYN SAINDON

ECONOMICS

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

SOPHIA SANCHEZ

ENGLISH

SYLVANA SANTOS

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

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KATHLEEN SANDOVAL

MARKETING

RYAN SAPP

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

DANIELLA RYSKINA

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

JACLYN SAITO

ENGLISH

TARN SANGPRASERT

ECONOMICS

LANDYN SAPUTO

MARKETING

MORGAN SABINE

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

IAN SALAZAR

SCREENWRITING

SARAHN SANKOFA

PSYCHOLOGY

VALLERIANA SAPUTRA

FINANCE

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PSYCHOLOGY

PAIGE SAUNIER

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

MACKENZIE SCHEINMAN

LIBERAL STUDIES

HAYDEN SCHWARZ

PSYCHOLOGY

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SAMANTHA SARRIA

DANCE

HOPE SAXON

PSYCHOLOGY

OLIVIA SCHIMMELS

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CHAD SCOTT

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ANTHONY SASSO

ENGLISH

ELLA SCANNELL

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MICHAEL SCHLADEN

ECONOMICS

PAUL SCOTT

SCREENWRITING

class of 2017

KEVIN SASTRAATMADJA

FINANCE

RICHARD SCHAEFER

ECONOMICS

DANIEL SCHNIEPP

MUSIC

KAY SCOTTO

SOCIOLOGY

KEVIN SATAWIDINATA

ECONOMICS

CAITLIN SCHAFER

BIOLOGY

ALYSSA SCHOLL

SCREENWRITING

GERALD SCULLIN

MARKETING

ELLIOTT SAUERWALD

HISTORY

MAX SCHAPIRO

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

MATTHEW SCHULTZ

FINANCE

MAGDALENA SEGURA

POLITICAL SCIENCE & PHILOSOPHY

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EDWARD SEIM

COMPUTER SCIENCE

KWELE SERRELL

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

EMILIA SHELTON

POLITICAL SCIENCE

GABRIEL RYAN SHIMIZU

CIVIL ENGINEERING

GABRIELLA SELAMAT

CIVIL ENGINEERING

JESIREE SESSION

PSYCHOLOGY

TYLER SHEPHERD

SCREENWRITING

ANDREW SHINOL

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

JEREMY SELLAND

JAY SEO

POLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICS

POLITICAL SCIENCE

LAMIYA SHABBIR

KAEYA SHAH

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ACCOUNTING

CORRIN SHEPPARD

RICHARD SHERER JR.

SOCIOLOGY

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

KLAUS SHIPMAN

ROBERT SIACAHYO

RECORDING ARTS

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

NICHOLAS SERABYN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

DANIELLE SHANAHAN

PSYCHOLOGY

ERICH SHERIDAN

FINANCE

MICHAEL SIAO

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ANGELICA SERDA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

TAYLOR SHANNON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MELANIE SHERMAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

EKATERINA SICILIANO

THEATRE ARTS

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class of 2017

ISABELLA WILLIAMS / STUDIO ARTS ‘17

SINEAD MCLOUGHLIN / ENGLISH ‘17

“Being an Orientation Leader for the freshman class of 2019 was so much more fun than I expected it to be.”

“I had no idea how truly life-changing study abroad would be. A piece of my heart will always be in Cork.”

THE THING THAT SURPRISED YOU CALVIN YI / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘17

IAN SALAZAR / SCREENWRITING ‘17

“Joining a fraternity! I never expected that I would end up in a raternit when rst entered college

MADELEINE SILLIVOS

STUDIO ARTS

GAELAN SIMPSON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JOHN SLATER

ECONOMICS

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ALEXANDER SILVA

JORDYN SILVEIRA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

O

THEATRE ARTS

CONNOR SMITH

ATHLETIC TRAINING

R

ACCOUNTING

R

EMILY SIMSO

BIOLOGY

D’ANA SMITH

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

“I got to perform spoken word pieces that advocated social justice.”

JOSHUA SIMANGUNSONG

FINANCE

DAVID SIREIKA

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

DESTINY SMITH

PSYCHOLOGY

SARAH SIMMONS

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

ALLEN CRIS SISON

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

EMILY SMITH

SCREENWRITING

MICHELLE SIMON

LIBERAL STUDIES

ASHLEIGH SITZER

DANCE

J.GRIFFIN SMITH

URBAN STUDIES

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MCKENZIE SMITH

MARKETING

JUSTINE SOLAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

DAVID SPANOS

SCREENWRITING

KAITLYN SPOUSTA

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

NOELLE SMITH

LIBERAL STUDIES

MAKEDA SOLOMON

SOCIOLOGY

CHASE SPEICHER

ENGLISH

CHRISTINA STAVA

MARKETING

REGAN SMITH

RILEY SMITH

MARKETING

FINANCE

SHAWN SORBOM

NICOLE SORDELLO

POLITICAL SCIENCE

MANAGEMENT

JACKSON SPEIDEL

PATRICIA SPENCE

HISTORY

ECONOMICS

RANDI STECKI

ANDREA STEFAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & DANCE

ACCOUNTING

TAMARA SNEIDER

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

RICARDO SOSA

ACCOUNTING

EMMA SPIEKERMAN

PSYCHOLOGY

MARISA STELLY

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

LEVINE SOEN

FINANCE

RODRIGO SOSA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

RHETT SPONGBERG

PHYSICS

KASSIA STEPHENSON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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class of 2017

ALLISON STEPKA

ALYSSA STERNS

PSYCHOLOGY

LISA STRAWBRIDGE

C

U IE

C

POLITICAL SCIENCE

L G

ANDRE SUTANTO

MARKETING

MAXIMILLIAN SZNEWAJS

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

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JOHN STRICKLAND

ENGLISH & SCREENWRITING

LAUREN SUTHERLIN

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

JUSTIN TAKARA

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

MORGAN STEWART

SOCIOLOGY

SYDNEY STUART

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

TOMMY SUTJIPTO

FINANCE

ERISA TAKEDA

POLITICAL SCIENCE & FRENCH

BRADLEY STIEHL

PHYSICS

AMANDA SUHARTONO

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

RADHIKA SWAMINARAYAN

POLITICAL SCIENCE

YUSUKE TAKEDA

MANAGEMENT

ALEXANDER STILGER

CIVIL ENGINEERING

PIA SUMINEG

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

EMILY SWEET

MARKETING & FRENCH

WILLIAM TALCOTT

FINANCE

AARON STRAND

FINANCE

R

ECONOMICS & POLITICAL SCIENCE

MAOR SWISA

SOCIOLOGY

FARAAZ TAMJIDI

BIOLOGY

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WHAT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET

DUSTIN TAN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

PRESILLYN JIE YIN TAN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

SI AN TAN

FINANCE

WENDA TAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

EDWIN PAUL CHANDRAWAN / MANAGEMENT ‘17

I HALEY ANNE WALLACE / MUSIC ‘17

JANSEN TANDREA

MANAGEMENT

ALEXANDER TANIELIAN

MANAGEMENT

ANDRE TANTA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

KEVIN TANUBRATA

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

KAREN ALVARZ / PHILOSOPHY ‘17

KATHRYN SCOTTO / SOCIOLOGY ‘17

“The passion with which O

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RACHEL TANUJAYA

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

CHEYENNE TATE

PSYCHOLOGY

CHARLIE TAVORMINA

LIBERAL STUDIES

SUMMER TAYLOR

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

C

JILLIAN MONTGOMERY / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘17

ARIANA TEJERO

EDWIN TENG

SCREENWRITING

FINANCE

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DANNY THE

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

EMILEE THENO

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

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class of 2017

EVA THIO

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

MADISON THOMSEN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

IRA TIO

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

ALYSSA TOMLINSON

MATHEMATICS

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FELICIA THIODORES

FINANCE

GRANT THORNBURGH

FINANCE

IVA TIO

ACCOUNTING

MORGAN TOMPKINS

LIBERAL STUDIES

RACHEL THOMAS

FINANCE

ALLISON THORNTON

STUDIO ARTS

KEVIN TJHUNG

FINANCE

TIFFANI TONSO

ECONOMICS

TYLER THOMAS

MANAGEMENT

NOLAN THORNTON

SCREENWRITING

MATTHEW TJONG

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

PRISCILLA TORRES

POLITICAL SCIENCE

KATHRYN THOMPSON

PSYCHOLOGY

ERICA TIETZ

SOCIOLOGY & WOMEN’S STUDIES

GIANNA TODISCO

DANCE

ELIZABETH TOWNSEND

PSYCHOLOGY

LINDSEY THOMPSON

THEATRE ARTS

BIOLOGY

CLEMENTINE TODOROV

POLITICAL SCIENCE & FRENCH

REBECCA TOY

MANAGEMENT

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JOCELYN TRAINER

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ERIK TSAI

COMPUTER SCIENCE

RYAN URBAN

POLITICAL SCIENCE

JOHN VAN BRUNT

ECONOMICS

ALEX TRAN

ANIMATION

MONICA TUAN

MANAGEMENT

KAYLA URIBE

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JOSEPHINE VANLANGEVELDE

PSYCHOLOGY

VICTORIA TREPANY

ENGLISH

MADELINE TYKESON

ENGLISH

DARLIN VALENTINE

FINANCE

ANINDITA VARSHNEYA

BIOLOGY

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KATIE TRINH

POLITICAL SCIENCE

MARIANA UGALDE

POLITICAL SCIENCE & FRENCH

ANTHONY VALENZUELA

ANIMATION

CARLO VASQUEZ

CIVIL ENGINEERING

IAN TRINIDAD

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

VICTOR UJKIC

HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

JOSE VALENZUELA

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

DIANA VEDOVA

ART HISTORY

MICHELLE TRUONG

MARKETING

DEVINA UNJOTO

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

JASMIJN VAN BRUGGEN

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

JAIMIE VELASQUEZ

PSYCHOLOGY

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MICHAEL VELASQUEZ

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

LESLEY ANNE VICTORINO

BIOLOGY

JUSTIN VILLAR

FINANCE

VICHIDA VONGVANIJ

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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TORREY VELOZ

ENGLISH

ALESSANDRA VIDAL ROJAS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

LAUREN VILORIA

PSYCHOLOGY

BRENDEN VOSS

SCREENWRITING

ALEXANDER VENETOS

ACCOUNTING

DEYANIRA VIELMA

SCREENWRITING

QUINTON VINCENT

POLITICAL SCIENCE

JOHN WAGGONER

BIOLOGY

class of 2017

PAIGE VERDUN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

EMILIE VIEWEG

PSYCHOLOGY

MARKETING

OR

JEFFREY WALKER

ACCOUNTING

NOAH VERKE

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

JAVIER VILLAGOMEZ

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SUMNER VOGEL

FINANCE

KALIA WALKER

WOMEN’S STUDIES

NIKOLAS VICTORIA

BIOLOGY

DELON VILLANUEVA

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

ANGELINA VOLLUCCI

PSYCHOLOGY & SCREENWRITING

ZACHARY WALKER

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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DANIEL WALL

POLITICAL SCIENCE

JENNIFER WALTON

SCREENWRITING

KRISTINA WATERS

CHERYLL WALLA

FINANCE

ALEXANDER WANG

FINANCE

PAGE WATKINS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ALEX WEISZ

DIANA WEISZ

POLITICAL SCIENCE

FINANCE

HALEY WALLACE

MUSIC

DI WANG

LIE

I

R A I

G

DARREN WARD

FINANCE

FINANCE

TESS WEAVER

VICTORIA WEE

SPANISH

ANIMATION

MATTHEW WELCH

FINANCE

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PAUL WALLACE

A

ANDREA WELLINS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

KATHRYN WALSH

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CODY WARRINGTON

CIVIL ENGINEERING

JUSTIN WEISBLOOM

ECONOMICS

LAUREN WESSELN

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ALEXA WALTERS

THEATRE ARTS

LINDSEY WASHINGTON

LIBERAL STUDIES

CATHERINE WEISS

MATHEMATICS

CORA WHALEN

SOCIOLOGY

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DIANNE JAHANGANI / POLITICAL SCIENCE & SPANISH ‘17

EVA FAUSTINA CHEER / ENGLISH ‘17

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ADVICE TO YOUR FRESHMAN SELF MADELINE MARY / STUDIO ARTS ‘17

VICTORIA KATHERINE PASSARELLI / ENGLISH ‘17

“Take that random class you’ve always wanted to take that has nothing to do with your major.”

DAYTHUN WHITE

BIOCHEMISTRY

MORGAN WILKINS

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

HERBERT WILSON

POLITICAL SCIENCE

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MACKENZIE WHITFIELD

PSYCHOLOGY

ALYSSA WILLIAMS

FINANCE & ECONOMICS

KATIE WILSON

DANCE

CONCHITA WIDJOJO

SOCIOLOGY

CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS

SOCIOLOGY

MEGAN WILTON

STUDIO ARTS

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IAN WIEDENMAN

A

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G

ISABELLA WILLIAMS

STUDIO ARTS

THUN HTET WIN SWE

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

MELISSA WIJAYA

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MAYA WILLIAMS

MARKETING

ENRICO WIRAWAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ACCOUNTING

COLIN WIKHOLM

BIOLOGY

NATALIE WILLIAMS

BIOLOGY

HARPER WOKER

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

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ALEXIS WONG

EMMA WONG

POLITICAL SCIENCE

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

AMY XIE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

MONDO YAMAGUCHI

COMPUTER SCIENCE

JINGRU XU

FINANCE

CANDACE YAMANISHI

POLITICAL SCIENCE

STEPHANIE WONG

XIAN WONG

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

STUDIO ARTS

YIJING XU

TAYLOR YADA

MARKETING

MARKETING

MICHAELLA YARNELL

YANIV YASMEH

DANCE

POLITICAL SCIENCE

EVAN WOOD

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

KARINA YALCIN

PSYCHOLOGY

MARY YAZLYAN

POLITICAL SCIENCE

HAYLEY WOODWARD

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

SOLIA YALEY

ENGLISH

CASSANDRA YEARWOOD

PSYCHOLOGY

YOUR SIX WORD LMU MEMOIR

GEOFFREY CHAO / ENGLISH ‘17

I BLAKE KEVIN DWYER / THEATRE ARTS ‘17

GLENNA FINTON / LIBERAL STUDIES ‘17

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JAMES YEN

COMPUTER SCIENCE

JOSHUA YOHAN

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

TALIA ZAHM

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ZHIYIN ZHENG

ECONOMICS

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CALVIN YI

POLITICAL SCIENCE

JOSEPH YOUNG

POLITICAL SCIENCE & SCREENWRITING

SARAH ZAIDAN

BIOLOGY

CLIFTON ZHUO

STUDIO ARTS

JULIA YI

RYAN YNZUNZA

ENGLISH

MARKETING

TROY YOUNG

ERIN YU

MARKETING

HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES

HEATHER ZERMENO

C

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U IE

NICOLE ZIMMERMAN

FINANCE

L

CI

LEI RAIZA ZERVOULAKOS

PSYCHOLOGY

SYDNEY ZUCCOLOTTO

SOCIOLOGY

ANNA YOANNON

MARISSA YOCHAM

STUDIO ARTS

MARLIS YURCISIN

E GLI

IL

ELEVI I

GABRIELLE ZETINO

PSYCHOLOGY

BIOLOGY

R

AMINA ZADEH

FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION

HUAYANG ZHANG

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

AUSTIN ZUKERMAN

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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SOPHIE ALBRIGHT / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘19

“The community that LMU is comprised of promotes diversity and inclusion. The opportunities on this campus allow individuals to thrive together as part of the Lion family regardless o their differences

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BIANCA VELASCO / NCAA BASKETBALL / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘19

he bond share with each and ever one o m teammates is something I’ve never experienced with a team before teammates coaches and the whole athletics administration have created an opportunity or me that could not e perience an where else

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JUSTINA ESUOLA / LIONS FOR VFC /BIOLOGY ‘18

“Lions for Venice Family Clinic is an organization that consists of pre-health students who volunteer as clinical assistants at various free health clinics around the greater Los Angeles area. As volunteers, we aim to better the health of our community by dedicating our time every week at the clinic.”

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INAUGUR ATION The LMU community joins in a Unity March to profess solidarity with one another.

ADAM BETANCOURT / ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ‘17

“The mission of Engineers Without Borders is to partner with developing communities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally sustainable, equitable and economical engineering projects. In the process of working to advance developing communities, EWB promotes the development of globally aware and internationally responsible engineers, students and professionals.” DANIA FADAWI / MUSLIM STUDENT ASSOCIATION / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘19

“The Muslim Student Association strives to build bridges of understanding and support between Muslim students on campus and the rest of the LMU community through its events. The current political climate makes doing this work extremely important because it seeks to unify, rather than divide uslim students with other students regardless o differences in religious beliefs.” TARYN UNGARO / FASHION SOCIETY / MARKETING ‘20

“The Fashion Society connects students with fashion industry professionals and LMU alumni while actively supporting sustainable fashion that will better the industry as a whole. Educating LMU students and stressing the importance of self-expression is at the heart of our Fashion Society and we are so thankful for everyone that has supported us.” WORDS A. MARTINEZ / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON, J. M CLENNAN, C. PINTOR, R. RANATUNGA & P. REILLY

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ACADEMICS & SCHOL ARSHIP Inquisitive students explore the Career Expo to learn about jobs and internship opportunities that complement their studies.

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DELTA ZETA

NCA A BA SKETBALL A devoted fan rallies the crowd during a home court game in Gersten Pavilion.

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LOS ANGELES LOYOL AN The award-winning student news publication recruits fresh talent at Third Thursday.

The women of Delta Zeta host their Diamond Dash philanthropy themed “Olympic Games.”

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COMMUNIT Y First-year students are welcomed to the campus community during Picnic Beneath the Palms.

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L AMBDA CHI ALPHA The annual Pumpkin Smash philanthropy amasses donations for local food banks.

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USA Hundreds of thousands of citizens gather to witness the 58th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C.

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MEKLEIT DIX / ENGLISH ‘18

"I think that in times like these, it’s wildly important to move and act with love. In the face of great adversity, moving and acting in love and kindness is one of the most important things that we can do."

INAUGURATION DAY

SWORN IN

The 45 th President of the United States took his oath of office on January 20. His inauguration represented a dramatic leap from the status quo, with his inaugural address echoing the same “Make America Great Again” campaign that won Trump the position in November. The weekend was accompanied by protests around the country and internationally as people joined together to promote the rights of women and the protection of illegal immigrants. Moving forward, we hope for positive change in our country. WORDS E. HUBERT / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTO WIKIMEDIA

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TEACH IN BREAK OUT SESSIONS + The Trump Administration and Environment Crisis + Blessed Are the Persecuted: Sanctuary in Los Angeles, Past and Present + The 2016 Election in the Context of American History + History of Political, Protest, and Propaganda Graphics + Muslim-Jewish-Christian Intergroup and Interfaith Relations + Getting the Whole Story: The Search for Truth in a New Media Landscape + Voters Revolt: Trump, Brexit, European Populist & Nationalist Movements in Comparison + Responding to a Trump Presidency from the Perspective of Catholic Social Teaching + Freedom of Expression on a University Campus + Women & Direct Action Protest + Race & Racism in 2016 and Beyond + International Contexts, International Responses + California in the Age of Trump + Keepin’ It Real: Tips & Strategies for Evaluating Fake News

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SMALL STEPS EVERY DAY

On Inauguration Day, January 20, 2017, Loyola

science. Sonja Bales (Film & Television Production,

Marymount launched teach-in sessions across

‘20) said, “Each session brought something unique to

campus. These sessions, held by teachers in various

the issue, so afterwards I felt I could discuss this with

departments, were open to all students to discuss

many people on several levels.”

topics on President Trump and the election. Many classes were let out early or cancelled

“Race and Racism in 2016 & Beyond” took a

in advance to allow students the opportunity to

to be a women in today’s world, and especially now

journalistic approach on how media will survive, or

attend a session of their choice. These teach-ins

with President Trump’s controversial views on

thrive, in this explosion of controversy and opinions

were conducted to facilitate discussion on different

reproductive rights. They also distinguished violent

on Trump’s presidency. It also touched on how

topics that could be impacted by Trump’s presidency,

protests versus nonviolent ones, and gave safety tips

Donald Trump has changed media norms with his

for those planning on marching a few days later at the

hateful rhetoric targeting multiple groups.

including issues of race, ethnicity and gender. This brought together a multitude of opinions and

Women’s March in downtown L.A.

“California in the Age of Trump,” facilitated by both

perspectives on the election, Trump’s policies and

Another session, “Freedom of Expression on

political science and sociology professors, focused

what is to come in the next four years. Dale Campo

University Campuses,” was facilitated by professors

on our stand-out state of California. Being a very

(Film & Television Production, ‘20) said, “Teach-

in the Communications department. Professor

Democratic and progressive state in a Republican-

In Day was most importantly an accessible event

Christopher Finlay touched on safe spaces and the

dominated federal government, we have a unique role in our country’s political fate.

for students to hear from thoughtful professors

divisions that can happen on campus between ethnic

on pressing presidential concerns. Professors

groups. He also spoke on the freedom of speech

thoughtfully empowered us students to go forth to

exercised in politics.

produce good change, and in strenuous times, that makes a world of difference.” Students had the choice of sessions varying

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The women and gender studies session, “Women and Direct action protest,” discussed what it is like

PROFESSORS EMPOWERED US, STUDENTS, TO GO FORTH TO PRODUCE GOOD CHANGE

Each teach-in session gave students insight on the various issues that may arise under Trump’s new

“Getting the Whole Story: The Search for Truth

leadership. Not only could anxious students share

in a New Media Landscape” gave a history of

their opinions and worries, but they could also get

white supremacy and how politics have since been

more information from LMU professors on moving

on topics that relate to different majors, including

influenced by these hate groups. This involved the

forward.

women’s and gender studies, communications,

corruption in politics, and our government, due to the

WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTO T. BAUGNON

Chicana/o studies, journalism, sociology and political

stigma of white supremacy.

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“We were actually approached by a student who wanted to make this march happen and that made us realize how important it was to bring students together to show that here on LMU’s campus, hate is not something that we stand for. It’s important to realize that everyone has individual needs and individual experiences and we have to respect and celebrate that to make sure that everyone has a safe space on campus.” LASH NOLEN on LMU’S UNITY MARCH HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17 / ASLMU PRESIDENT

UNITED WE STAND

RISE

A week had passed after the 2016 presidential election and many students remained doubtful and uncertain of what America’s future had in store. To reassure the fact that our university will always be a safe place for everyone, ASLMU held what they called the “Unity March.” President Snyder joined students and faculty in the walk around campus to advocate for the acceptance of all. As the mass of people marched through Alumni Mall chanting, “Say it loud, say it clear, everyone is welcome here,” groups came together and used their voices to take a stance against hate in LMU’s community. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON

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WOMEN’S MARCH SIMONE SCOTT / SCREENWRITING ‘20

ver one had different causes that they were passionate about but we were united in our belief in compassion and empathy. There were people of all ages and it was really eye opening to see all the people who were younger than me marching. Being only 19 and a freshman in college we’re often told we are the future but seeing toddlers at the march made me think of the generation after us and what we can do for them so that they won’t feel the same fear that many of us do.”

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President Timothy Law Snyder

Joseph B. Hellige

Executive Vice President & Provost

Patrick J. Cahalan, S.J. Chancellor

PRESIDENT’S DIVISION John Parrish

Randall H. Roche, S.J.

James D. Erps, S.J.

Maureen Cassidy

Special Assistant to the President Director of Campus Ministry

Director of the Center for Ignatian Spirituality Director of Internal Auditing

OFFICE OF THE PROVOST Maureen Weatherall

Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

Michael O’Sullivan

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

John Carfora

Associate Provost for Research Advancement & Compliance

Deena González

Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs

Margaret Kasimatis

Vice Provost for Strategic Planning & Educational Effectiveness

Branden Grimmett Associate Provost for Career & Professional Development

Ricardo Arturo Machón Special Assistant to the Provost

David Sapp

Special Assistant to the Provost

DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTOS LMU MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

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ADMINISTRATION

BUSINESS & FINANCE

Hampton Cantrell

Caroline Wilhelm

Chief Public Safety

University Treasurer

Michael Wong

Douglas Moore

Associate Vice President of Administration Services

University Risk Manager

Timothy Haworth

Raymond Dennis

Associate Vice President for Auxillary Management & Business Services

Vice President for Facilities Management

Patrick Frontiera

Aimee Uen

Vice President for Information Technology

University Controller

Rebecca Chandler

Patrick Hogan

Vice President for Human Resources

Lynne B. Scarboro

Thomas O. Fleming, Jr.

Senior Vice President for Administration

Associate Vice President, Financial Planning & Budgets

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

STUDENT AFFAIRS

UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

Jeanne Ortiz

Kristi Wade

Dean of Students

Alumni/Donor Engagement & University Relations Services

William Husak Athletics Director

Richard Rocheleau

Associate Vice President for Student Life

Jade Smith Associate Dean

Elena M. Bove

Dennis Slon

Senior Vice President for Student Affairs

Michael Waterstone, J.D. Senior Vice President & Dean of Loyola Law School

Senior Vice President for University Relations

Abbie Robinson-Armstrong Vice President for Intercultural Affairs

Robert Caro, S.J.

Vice President for Mission & Ministry

John Kiralla

Vice President of Marketing & Communication

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ro omm “It is important to me to make a family environment among my roommates because not only does it allow me to truly feel the sense that LMU is my home away from home, but it allows my roommates to feel like they are never alone. It develops an environment where we can work together and support each other through everything.”

PERSPECTIVE

ASHLEY VO / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘19

HOME Vanessa Cicchini (Communication Studies, ‘19) and Ashley Vo (Communication Studies, ‘19) live together in Rains Hall. They decided to be roommates after befriending each other freshman year. RELAX Lounging in their apartment living room, Emily Smith (Screenwriting, ‘17) and Savannah Mercado (Psychology, ‘17) take some time to relax after class.

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“My roommate and I met each other on Facebook. We talked for about two days before we decided to room together. We met for the first time at move in. We spent a lot of time together during the first couple of weeks and bonded when we learned that we shared a lot of similar interests and values.”

PERSPECTIVE

JORDYN REILLY / FINANCE ‘20

“A roommate sees you in a more intimate way than most people outside of the place you live, you have to feel at home and comfortable being yourself and expressing yourself in whatever way you do. I think having a strong relationship makes that much easier.”

PERSPECTIVE

ELI SHILLINGER / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘20

TEAMWORK Lending a hand to his roommate Jacob Heink (Marketing, ‘20), Marcus Avila (Biology, ‘20) helps to hang a poster on the wall of their dorm room. CLOSE Embracing each other, Bridget Lewis (Studio Arts, ‘19) and Maddy Schwartz (Film & Television Production, ‘19) enjoy each other’s company.

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“It is important to have a family dynamic with your roommates just to make things feel like home. Being away from home can be tough sometimes, especially if you live far away. Having someone there to talk to and distract you really helps.”

PERSPECTIVE

JESSICA GONZALES / PSYCHOLOGY ‘19

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“The Victorians and Modern course with Professor Molly Youngkin was a great stepping stone for new opportunities to learn more about Victorian literature.”

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Bellarmine College of LI B ER AL ARTS

EMILY KIM / ENGLISH ‘19

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts held an “Economic Seminar Series” beginning in January and carrying through March. The first seminar featured Sally Sadoff, a researcher and professor at the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Sadoff discussed her research of students in their motivation and effort put into school as it relates to socio-economic statuses.

CLASS

PHILOSOPHY

On Friday, January 20, the Philosophy Department presented an afternoon lecture and discussion, which was part of the Bioethics O’Malley Chair Lecture Series. World-renowned philosopher and visiting O’Malley Chair, William Desmond, spoke on the topic of “Flux-gibberish: For and Against Heraclitus.”

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MINDFUL Eduardo Castro teaches movements for maintaining a healthy mind and body. The fusion of yoga and tango helped participants from the Yoga Studies Department explore meditation in movement.

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EMILY ASINAS / BIOLOGY ‘18

JOURNAL

Seaver College hosts an annual event organized by the Civil Engineering Council for Industry Partnerships as part of the Turhollow Professional Speaker Series. This year’s speaker was Marty Adams, the Chief Operating Officer for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, in charge of overseeing the entirety of the city’s water and power systems.

Seaver College hosted a presentation from Springer-Nature representative Dan Ascher. Ascher engaged students and faculty with his discussion on the prestigious journal Nature, its history and impact in all scientific disciplines, and ways the LMU faculty can contribute their scholarship to the journal.

INDUSTRY

WORDS E. GARCIA / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON, J. M CLENNAN & P. REILLY

HOVER tudents practice ing drones to surve the landscape and collect eld data iolog pro essor Dr. Victor Carmona led a class of students to conduct research in Aguascalientes, Mexico in hopes of assisting the local community in reforesting the local environment.

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Frank R. Seaver College of S CI ENCE & ENG INEER ING

“Being a biology major has given me such a unique outlook on life. Taking courses taught by wonderful professors, such as Dr. Victor Carmona, has made me look at the world with an ecological perspective that I never would have thought I would have.”

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ANN SHOEN / STUDIO ARTS ‘18

“My closest group of friends right now is within my service organization and Campus Ministry. They’re my friends that see every part of me and they still want to see me grow and spend time with me and support my values, and I think those are who I would call my closest friends."

LINDSAY VARNEY / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘20

“I’ve known my closest friend group for eight years, and I met them when playing little league softball e are all ver different people and in that regard we complement each other so well. We can also laugh at anything, and we do so all the time.”

SCOTT JI / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘20

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“Most of my friends come from the R . I just like how close and comfortable we are with each other, even though we’ve only known each other for a few months. It’s funny because since we all live so close to each other, we’re able to meet up almost every day.”

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# VANESSA CICCHINI / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘19

“I would have to say my favorite thing about my group of friends is that I know I can trust them and turn to them whenever I need someone. I also love that we are able to have a good time in any situation.” JARED LYONS / BIOCHEMISTRY ‘18

“Since college started, my friends and I always plan big parties during breaks to meet up. My favorite is Friends-giving; a bunch of us meet at a house, make a potluck and just have a lot of fun together.” A. MARTINEZ /

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“It’s an understatement to say that effre avis cares about his students. His classes are more than classes, they’re workshops, job training, and therapy sessions all rolled into one.” R

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Students in the hands-on Cinematography class collaborate around campus while learning to shoot on-location with 16-mm motion picture cameras. The class taught both the technical and emotional side of creating an image for film. By learning how to light a scene, students were able to convey the piece’s overall theme.

LMU parent and world-renowned talent agent Hylda Queally led an intimate group discussion about careers in the world of entertainment. Attendees learned first-hand about the unique journey of one of The Hollywood Reporter’s “Women in Entertainment Power 100.”

FRAME

WORDS E. GARCIA / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON, A. LIOR & P. REILLY

School of F I LM & TELE VISI ON

EXPERIENCE

Actor Morgan Freeman speaks to the crowd in Mayer Theater. Freeman, Lori McCreary and his producing partners premiered the next episode of their series, “The Story of God.”

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networ ing events connect us to schools in the community and allow us to interact with people who we will be working with once we graduate.” he

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The students of EDES 401 engage in ice breaker activities. Marel Reyes teaches Applied Psychology, a course on the psychological stages children and adolescents go through during schooling. Students learn the theories and apply it to how a specific way of teaching would best help children depending on their behavior.

The LMU School of Education hosted the Annual Leavey Presidential Chair Lecture in Ahmanson Auditorium. The lecture, “After Mr. Nowhere: Social Justice Perspectives on Scientific Research,” focused on several key points such as feminism, science and the politics of inclusion. There was a book signing to follow.

PARTICIPATE

WORDS E. GARCIA / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS T BAUGNON & C. PINTOR

r andra arding delivers the e note address at the ourth nnual eave Presidential Chair Lecture.

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“Through the events that LMU has to offer, I have made friends who share a lot of the same values that I do. I go to Mass every once in a while and I’ve been able to meet some great people there.”

FRIENDSHIP

SABRINA CAMACHO / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘20

“My great grandma was a Holocaust survivor and taught my grandma and my mom to be strong, successful, and independent women from a very young age. Every time I wear her watch to class I think of her and how she impacted not just my life but my family member’s lives as well.”

REMEMBER

VALUES

LAUREN KATZ / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘20

“At LMU, I embrace my values by spreading my strong belief in the motto, ‘Power moves only’. To me, this means only making choices that will better my life and myself as an overall person.”

MOTTO

MAYA COOPER / INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ‘20

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DEBUNKING MYTHS

CULTURE

“I try to debunk the myths that people have about Africa as a whole. When people have misconceptions about where I’m from, I try to give them the real facts as much as possible. I like to show them pictures. I try to be patient with people and teach them as much as possible. I represent my country as it is.” TAPIWA TAFA / AIMS ‘20

CULTURAL DIFFERENCE

“There’s a few other Canadians on campus and we definitely bond over the things America doesn’t have—mainly food—but mostly I just like to experience all that I can here and it makes me more aware of how the American culture differs from my own.” TYGRE PATCHELL-EVANS / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘20

COMMON INTERESTS

“I embrace my culture by being myself around people and finding commonalities between myself and others through humor and interests—like music.” NICK FUNCHES / FINANCE ‘20 WORDS D. DUBOSE & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN R. PATACSIL

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College of C OMMU NI C ATI ON & F INE A RTS

“I enjoy my professors the most about CFA. Part-time and full-time faculty alike are very personable and have a lot of experience , which is important when teaching creative subjects.” LAUREN OWENS / STUDIO ARTS ‘18

All students enrolled in a drawing course participate in the Annual Drawing Circus during fall semester. Each student submtted a framed drawing which was hung gallery-style for a juried competition. Visiting artists, performers, and drawing and animation faculty do lectures and demonstrations during the event, which features over 200 pieces of art.

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MEANING

WORDS E. GARCIA / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS C. PINTOR & P. REILLY

Psychopomp art is characterized by symbols or figures that are meant to guide us from one place to another. The College of Communication & Fine Arts, along with the Martial & Family Therapy Program, held Psychopomp in the Laband Art Gallery to explore art from various psychopomp artists.

LIFT Dance Program students perform student-choreographed routines. IMPULSE is a free dance concert produced by undergraduates.

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“I attended the lecture on ‘Big Data: Privacy and Ethics.’ Daniel O’Leary’s knowledge on the growth of the big data sector was eye-opening and gave me a better understanding about the future of technology.”

GLOBAL

One of the unique aspects of the College of Business Administration is the option to add a concentration in business law or international business. Students can earn a concentration by taking three additional courses in a subject matter, not including their core or major requirements.

GET NOTICED he e ne our rand et pea ing Opportunities’ workshop focuses on giving women skills to improve their visibility and advancement. The event was organized by CBA’s Talent Management Center.

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The Center for Asian Business Y.B. Min Lecture Series welcomed Leon Grice, the New Zealand Consul General and chairman of the New Zealand U.S. Business Council. Grice gave a Kiwi perspective on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and benefits America could derive from the agreement.

FOCUS

WORDS E. GARCIA / DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS A. LIOR, C. PINTOR & P. REILLY

College of BUSI NE SS ADMI NISTR ATI ON

CHAUNCEY DEWEY / FINANCE ‘19

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WE ARE THE WORLD IDENTITES SHAPED BY CULTURES & EXPERIENCES AROUND THE GLOBE

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PERSPECTIVE “Being born and raised for most of my life in the U.S., my identity

PERSPECTIVE “I connect most to Sweden because Sweden

is a gender equal, environmentally friendly, fantastic country and that’s where I grew up. If you’re from Sweden, you grew up knowing that it’s okay to be ethnocentric.”

as an American was solidified as early on as any other kid. But all through my life, I’d been taught about my heritage by both of my parents. This gave me a good view of Nigeria, which was only made more complete from mulitple visits back to my home country in the past 10 years.” MAJE SADIQ-ADAMU / RECORDING ARTS ‘20

JOHANNA APELRYD / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘18

PERSPECTIVE “Being Ethiopian-American has given me a

chance to observe multiple perspectives of lifestyle and values and to preserve the ones that I hold dearest while others get lost in the translation of assimilating to a different place.” FASIKA ADDIS / SCREENWRITING ‘20

PERSPECTIVE “I feel the most connected to Hong Kong, seeing as that’s

where I’m from. I was born and raised there, and Hong Kong will forever have a space in my heart. No matter where I am, home is where the good dim sum is!” STEPHANIE WONG / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

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No. “Every time I take a glimpse at the bleachers, I see Jack with a smile on his face. Jack reminds me very well be my last. I am so thankful I I I NIKO DECOLATI / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘19

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KINDNESS: THE QUALITY OR STATE OF BEING KIND; A KIND ACT If you have been to a baseball game at Loyola

know what they were doing there. Actually, I don’t

benefit. Jack was born with 20/200 vision in one eye

Marymount in the past few years, there’s a pretty

think Jack and Ivey knew what they were doing

and 20/800 vision in the other. After a few weeks of

good chance you saw Jack Steinberg and witnessed

there. But it was great. You know, most of the people

watching LMU practices, Jack’s eyesight seemed to be

kindness in action. Jack is thirteen-years-old and has

at college baseball practices are just the team, the

improving. In fact, it improved to 20/80 in his good eye.

been interested in LMU baseball since he was three

coaches and sometimes major league scouts. It’s a

The Steinbergs were told that if Jack wanted to drive a

or four. Jack was born with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia

lot of pressure. It seems more like a job than a game.

car someday, he could. The Steinbergs couldn’t figure

(ONH), an eye condition described as “holes in

With Jack in the stands, it reminded us that we play

out the cause for the drastic improvement as they’d

the vision.” He also has an orthopedic impairment

baseball because we love it. To have people who

always thought there was nothing they could do to help

which makes walking and standing challenging. But,

were really excited to see us play took the pressure

Jack’s eyes. ONH is the leading cause of blindness in

none of that has stopped him from loving the team

off.” The initial kindness of two players saying “Hello”

children and cannot be cured with lenses. When Ivey

and coming to every game and practice he can. In

began a tradition that would continue for years.

mentioned it to Justin Bunkis, he answered immediately,

Then head coach Frank Cruz had each of his players

“Of course his eyesight is better. I’m not surprised at all.

introduce themselves to Jack. Coach Cruz then invited

We all see how he tracks the ball when we play.” Ivey

Jack’s relationship with LMU baseball began

Jack and Ivey to come back again and to come back

then asked Jack’s doctor if it was possible that baseball

almost a decade ago. Jack’s mom, Ivey Steinberg said,

often. Jack and Ivey became regular fixtures at the

was the reason for the change. The answer: definitely.

“We live close enough to the ballpark that we can hear

baseball field. They could be seen sitting in the stands for

Today, Jack’s vision in his good eye is 20/20.

when practice is going on. I knew Jack was a huge

every practice and scrimmage. Ivey recalled, “Jack loved

Current head coach Jason Gill has continued the

sports fan, so we headed over.” Initially, Ivey was wary

it! He refused to sit down.” In addition to fascinating

tradition originally started by Coach Cruz and the

about bringing a four-year-old to a baseball practice

Jack, watching baseball helped him physically. When

’07-’08 Lions. Each year the freshman and transfer

fact, LMU baseball and the players have contributed greatly to Jack’s overall wellbeing, and he to theirs.

where they didn’t know anybody. However, they were

the Steinbergs began coming to LMU, Jack’s right side

players come to meet Jack at the first scrimmage of the

immediately welcomed by Justin Bunkis (’08) and

was considerably weaker. This weakness prevented

year. It is amazing to witness each player introduce

Michael Glomb (’08), both seniors at the time. Ivey

him from being able stand up straight. Throughout

themselves and tell Jack how glad they are to meet

said the two of them took an immediate liking to Jack.

several weeks of watching practice, both Ivey

him. Coach Gill says, “It’s a special relationship the

About their first meeting, Bunkis said, “We were

and the players on the team noticed that Jack was

guys have with Jack. It provides some perspective

a little bit surprised when we saw them. We didn’t

gradually getting stronger and could stand almost

about how he sees the game, versus how we see it. I

completely upright. In retrospect, Ivey noted, “He

think, in a way, it motivates the players to do better for

was so riveted by these practices. He would stand for

Jack.” When asked about the Jesuit teaching of being

THE INITIAL KINDNESS OF TWO PLAYERS SAYING “HELLO” BEGAN A TRADITION THAT WOULD CONTINUE FOR YEARS

nine innings. He would stand for a doubleheader. It “men and women for others” and what comes with was remarkable. Coming to the practices became a

that, Gill said, “Service and kindness are central, and

physical therapy we hadn’t expected.”

everyone here at LMU is conscious of that.”

The gain in physical strength wasn’t the only

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MEN’SWATER POLO

WOMEN’SWATER POLO

Dominick Beaudine

Eric Hernandez

Cory McGee

Sky Flores

Megan Mardesich

Dana Acquah-Asare

Tim Shaw

Daniel Arellano

Jon Beck

Jacqueline Verdugo

Morgan Molloy

Melyssa Moore

Ford Witman

Matt Braun

Riley Smith

Claire Wright

Christian Huhn

Alex Athimaritis

Collin Sohn

Katie Hungerford

Zach Gleason

Edward Moss

Eric Reitmeir

Lauren Owens

erena a ris

Julie Zanobini

Neil LeVecke

Austin Clark

Dayne Jagga

Caitlin Schafer

Andrea Montes de Oca

Hana Vilanova

Gunnar White

Kian Lofti

Davis Waugh

Arianna St. Oegger

Marissa Bryant-Manago

Reagan Denny

Kiana Harpstrite

Head Coach John Loughran Assistant Coaches Shaun Flood & Jordan Alcantar

eiffer

Kiana Etrata Annika Armstrong

Head Coach Kyle Witt Assistant Coache Diana Romero

ERIC HERNANDEZ / MARKETING ’17

KIANA ETRATA / BIOCHEMISTRY ’17

“We always look for the light and identify our team goal. We strived to come together, have each other’s backs and work together.”

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“We all take the time to get to know each other off the court ecause we know it will help us on the court. We’ve done really well with that.”

athletics

“If we don’t work well together as a team, there’s no way we’ll do well. We need to have that connection in order to play well together.”

KRISTEN CASTELLANOS / PSYCHOLOGY ‘18

WOMEN’SVOLLEYBALL

BEACHVOLLEYBALL

Tess Reid

Alexis Morrow

Jessie Prichard

Brittnay Estes

Tess Reid

Kameryn Hill

Savannah Slattery

Jamie Lea

Nicky Kevorken

Savannah Slattery

Tatiana Schlange

Jessie Prichard

Emma Johnson

Kameryn Hill

Erin Williams

Veronica Nederend

Emma Doud

Erin Williams

Kekai Whitford

Sara Kovac

Kristen Castellanos

Kekai Whitford

Sara Kovac

Kristen Castellanos

Sarah Sponcil

Sascha Dominique

Lindsay Carr

Sarah Sponcil

Sascha Dominique

Lindsay Carr

Alexis Morrow

Emma Johnson

Head Coach aron ans eld Assistant Coaches Ben Lee, Natalie Morgan & Joe Trinsey Director of Operations Eric Ragan

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SAVANNAH SLATTERY / PSYCHOLOGY ‘20

Head Coach John Mayer Volunteer Assistant Coach Betsi Flint

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Eric Reitmeir (Marketing, ’19) looks to pass the ball forward to a teammate. The Lions finished with 13 wins overall in the 2016 season.

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Sage Pfeiffer (Women’s Studies & Political Science, ’18) battles in a home game against Whittier College. The Lions took a 9-6 win over the Poets at the LMU Invitational.

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BEACH VOLLEYBALL

Kristen Castellanos (Psychology, ’18) makes a miraculous dive to save the ball during a game. Last year, the Lions made it to the semifinals of the WCC Championships.

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SAND VOLLEYBALL

Erin Williams (Screenwriting, ’19) goes up for a hit against opposing Saint Mary’s College. Setter Jessie Prichard (Health & Human Sciences, ’20) stands ready beside her.

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MEN’SSOCCER

WOMEN’SSOCCER

Carl Rubschlager

Brandon Sanchez

Matt Gooden

Keith Murphy

Alvaro Madrigal

Jonathan McLouth

Dante Pezzi

Lucky Puengrod

Rodrigo San Roman

John Bovill

Garrett Amador

Sarkis Shaginian

Grant Sampson

Paul Lewis

Nick Dauchot

Jose Ochoa

Davis Brady

Mark Dotseth

James Tanaka

Maurice Morton

Antonio Porreco

Adrien Perez

Collin Partee

Connor Johnson

Cole Souza

Will Dubay

Miles Chow

Cruz Corral

Sahid Conteh

Charlee Pruitt

ri n ell

Head Coach Paul Krumpe / Associate Head Coach Michael Erush Assistant Coach Mike Oseguera / Volunteer Assistant Coach Allofs Lima

Melissa Lewis

Britty Walley

Lee Erickson

Lexi Frey

Pilar Torres

Jill Farley

Nikki Martino

Maddie Medved

Sarina Bolden

Raquel Angelone

Emma Tyrnauer

Phoebe Riley

Shelby Cormier

Jackie Fiacco a

Samantha Jordan

Chloe Colbert

Sydney Zuccolotto

Katherine Henshall

Sophia Leksan

ie an lippo

Ali King

Tatyanna Lewis

Emily Carman

Annie Flora

allie amp

Sarah Sanger

Head Coach Michelle Myers Assistant Coaches Matt Kagan & Joslyn Shoop / Volunteer Assistant Coach oe

JOHN BOVILL / BIOLOGY ‘18

offman

LEXI FREY / MARKETING ‘18

“If you have a good dynamic , you’ll build relationships and have in each other and not doubt anyone’s abilities.”

“Trust is very important to our team. Knowing that we have each other’s backs helps us a lot to collaborate and be successful.”

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“If you respect and appreciate your teammates then you will perform better and hold each other accountable.”

“We come together to make sure our program represents itself well while also reinforcing the teamwork that’s on the court.”

CHRISTOPHER FREDLUND / URBAN STUDIES ‘17

CROSS COUNTRY

ANNA ROCCUCCI / ENGLISH ‘18

WOMEN’SCHEER

Marcus Avila

Jack Polerecky

Elena Garcia

Brittany Aldredge

Bella Mullaney

Kylie Pollack

Ben Davis

Joey Rodgers

Lorena Garcia

Timon Brown

Malia Murphy

Anna Roccucci

Branden Estrada

Alex Sasser

Jessica Gonzales

Brianna Cabello

Kaelyn Novak

Neeley Russell

Christopher Fredlund

Matthew Stein

Emily Hubert

Lakyn Kearns

Madalynn Pelayo

Madison Wright

Jacob Heink

Brandon Vientos

Ann Kelly

Kristi Mikami

Samantha Peraino

Carissa Yee

Mat Holton

Nick Wells

Danielle Nunez

Brian Joerger

Johanna Apelryd

Danielle Shanahan

Grant Lapovich

Marisa Carino

Maddi Vorgitch

Harry Loasby

Kyla Danforth

Hannah Wohlenberg

Jordan McLennan

Jillian Dawley

Koby Pederson

Kayla de Bondt

Head Coach Maria Cabande

Head Coach Scott Guerrero Assistant Coaches Caitlin Jennings & Jason Zarb-Cousin / Volunteer Assistant Dan Smith

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SOCCER

Maurice Morton (Marketing, ’17) challenges an opponent to a header. The team had five members selected for the All-WCC team this season.

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Pilar Torres (Political Science, ’19) and Sarina Bolden SOCCER (Management, ’19) track down an opponent. Bolden was named to the 2016 NSCAA All-West Region Team.

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CROSS COUNTRY

Nine members of the cross country team competed at the conference meet in San Diego. The men’s team took sixth out of ten teams in the WCC.

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Madison Wright (Finance, ’18) and Kylie Pollack (Accounting, ’20) pump up the crowd for the upcoming basketball season at the annual Madness event.

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CHEER

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MEN’SBASKETBALL Kelvin Amayo

Steven Haney

WOMEN’SBASKETBALL

Buay Tuach Shamar Johnson

Bianca Velasco

Leslie Lopez-Wood

Shelbi Aimonetti

Bree Alford

Cierra Belvin

Cheyanne Wallace

NK Ilang

Jackie Johnson Josie Buckingham

Munis Tutu

Trevor Manuel

Donald Gipson

Mattias Markusson

Brandon Brown

Stefan Jovanovic

Andrée Velasco

Brittney Reed

Petr Herman

Erik Johansson

Raychel Stanley

Makenzie Cast

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Head Coach Mike Dunlap Assistant Coaches Reggie Moris, Jr., Patrick Sandle & Brannon Hays

Gabby Green

Head Coach Charity Elliott Associate Head Coach April Phillips / Assistant Coaches Chris Elliott & Bridgette Reyes

BRANDON BROWN / AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES ‘17

SHELBI AIMONETTI / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

“Teamwork means holding your teammates accountable and telling your team when they’re messing up or when they’re doing well.”

“Teamwork is critical. You have to talk to each other, communicate, and be there for one another on the court.”

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“We like to go out to dinner as a team and we go to a lot of sporting events on campus to support other teams.”

“We all have the same end-goal in mind. Feeling the support of your teammates and knowing they’re always by your side is very important.”

LUKE BOHUSLAV / FINANCE ’17

MEN’STENNIS Luke Bohuslav

Ryan Brown

Lukas Moenter

Nick Borchenko

Gabriel Diaz Freire

Lucas Moreno

Alex Bourgeois

Cartier Juan

Errol Smith

Charles Boyce

Max Kaiser

Head Coach Tom Lloyd Associate Head Coach Rob Gurden / Volunteer Assistant Coach Cristobal Rivera

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SIOBHAN ANDERSON / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘20

WOMEN’STENNIS Siobhan Anderson

Julia Norlin

Siena Sharf

Micheline Aubuchon

Jessica Perez

Tatijana Sheikhan

Elvira Juravliova

Anna Romeka

Camila Tumosa

Head Coach Agustin Moreno Assistant Coach Katie Vasenina Bercume

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BASKETBALL

Brandon Brown (African-American Studies, ’18) dribbles around the Sonoma State defense during the Lions’ 80-50 win early in the season. The team made it to the quarterfinals of the WCC tournament.

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Cheyanne Wallace (Marketing, ’19) takes the ball for a layup BASKETBALL against UCSB while teammate NK Ilang (Sociology, ’18) fills the lane. The Lions finished fourth in the WCC this season.

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TENNIS

Nick Borchenko (Communication Studies, ’20) serves the ball while his doubles partner Gabriel Diaz Freire (Psychology, ’20) looks on.

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Julia Norlin (Marketing, ’17) slams a serve over the net. Norlin was awarded All-Academic honorable mention in 2015 and 2016.

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WOMEN’SSWIM

MEN’SGOLF

Marley Abbott

Savanna Kim

Lia Porcelli Jorgensen

Justin Egelske

Mason Glinski

Blake Meek

Lauren Akin

Lanna Kozlowski

Keara Reilly

Riley Elmes

Nick Jan

Billy Pollock

Taylor Anderson

Maddie Lipkowitz

Mary Schell

Hannah Calton

Maya Loventhal

Nicole Schiel

Gabby Carufel

Stacy Maier

Samantha Smith

Christine Chan

Kailee Mora

Isabel Willis

Alyce-Faye Eichelberger

Natalie Morlock

Tori Yee

Jessica Gillis

Olivia Nielsen

Head Coach Jason D’Amore Assistant Coach Rory DeWan Volunteer Assistant Coach Mike Gaines

Head Coach Bonnie Adair Assistant Coach Octavio Alesi / Volunteer Assistant Coach Jackie Leung

HANNAH CALTON / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘18

RILEY ELMES / MARKETING ‘19

“When you have teammates who give you the encouragement that you need, it helps you swim faster.”

“I think being a close team and being comfortable is important so we can point out things we do well and things we need to work on.”

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“You can’t make all the plays, you can’t take all the hits; everyone has to do their part in order to win the game.”

BILLY WILSON / SOCIOLOGY ‘18

MEN’SBASEBALL

AMANDA DIRKS / ECONOMICS ‘18

WOMEN’SSOFTBALL

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Billy Wilson

Giuseppe Benedetti

Katie Manley

Hannah Bandimere

Maddie Rawl

Nathan Keavy

James Smart

Tim Peabody

Mackenzie Kutzke

Taylor Lockwood

Megan Thorp

Brandon Shearer

Steven Chavez

Jack Brkich

Andy Wellins

Sabrina Tebou

Rachael Farrington

Jimmy Hill III

Blake Redman

Cory Abbott

Lindsey Matoi

Alex Finie

Shianne Ybarra

Tyler Cohen

Spencer Erdman

Brendan Kawaja

Aria Pogni

Amanda Dirks

Brooke Christensen

Nick Sogard

Rob Diaz

Joe Murray

Caitlin Harman

Irma Sanchez

Alicia Brown

Braydon Salzman

Ryan Kawano

David Barta

Cooper Uhl

Kevin Jordan

Harrison Simon

Trevin Esquerra

Niko Decolati

Mark Finkelnburg

Ted Boeke

Brenton Arriaga

Steven Skolarz

Codie Paiva

Kyle Dozier

Scottie Graham

Erik Owenson

Dylan Hirsch

Head Coach Sami Strinz-Ward Assistant Coaches Randy Ward & Brittany Miller / Volunteer Assistant Coach Melissa Berouty

Head Coach Jason Gill Assistant Coaches Ronnie Prettyman & Bobby Andrews / Volunteer Assistant Coach Matt Florer

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SWIMMING

Hannah Calton (Communication Studies, ’17) breaks the water mid-stroke. Calton placed second overall in the 100m butterfly at the 2017 PCSC Championships.

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Riley Elmes (Marketing, ’19) focuses on the ball as he swings. Picked pre-season All-WCC, Elmes placed 20 th in the competitive Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate.

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GOLF

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BASEBALL Kyle Dozier (Communication Studies, ’17) delivers to the plate.

With a great start to the 2017 season, the team looked to top their 6 th place finish in the WCC last year.

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Alicia Brown (Psychology, ’19) finds contact with the ball while her teammates cheer her on. In 2016, Brown was ranked 11th nationally in doubles per game.

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MEN’STRACK Marcus Avila

Brian Joerger

Jack Polerecky

Ben Davis

Grant Lapovich

Joey Rodgers

Christopher Fredlund

Harry Loasby

Alex Sasser

Jacob Heink

Jordan McLennan

Matthew Stein

Mat Holton

Koby Pederson

Nicolas Wells

WOMEN’STRACK

Head Coach Scott Guerrero Assistant Coach Jason Zarb-Cousin / Volunteer Assistant Coaches Caitlin Jennings & Savannah Pyo

Johanna Apelryd

Elena Garcia

Danielle Nunez

Marisa Carino

Lorena Garcia

Danielle Shanahan

Kyla Danforth

Emily Hubert

Maddi Vorgitch

Jillian Dawley

Ann Kelly

Hannah Wohlenberg

Head Coach Scott Guerrero Assistant Coach Jason Zarb-Cousin / Volunteer Assistant Coaches Caitlin Jennings & Savannah Pyo

JACK POLERECKY / BIOCHEMISTRY ‘18

LORENA GARCIA / PSYCHOLOGY ‘17

“Your success depends on the work you do to prepare, so having a hard working team to push and encourage you is necessary.”

“Working together as a team is a crucial part of this sport because the closer we are to one another, literally, the better we score.”

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“We put full trust that everyone is operating in perfect unison because the difference o even a millisecond can affect the set o the oat

“Although we don’t get much recognition on campus, we are resilient and always rise to any challenge that is given to us.”

DANIEL JUAREZ / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘18

MEN’SCREW Jake Barnett

Colin Karch

Jacob Pinkel

MADISON HODGKINS / SOCIOLOGY ‘18

WOMEN’SROWING Jessica Apodaca

Ma’at Hembrick

Sam Parham

Tyler Chase

Bradley Kritzer

Houston Smith

Anna Arntz

Tess Herzog

Julia Pinamont

Shane Farley

Tyler Laboda

Andrew Stoddard

Alexandria Bauer

Madison Hodgkins

Madeleine Pla

Pavel Frantsen

Dennis Mandudzo

Cody Warrington

Clara Brackbill

Sarah Honeycutt

Sarah Rasmussen

Samuel Johnston

Robert Maples

Huayang Zhang

Ciara Campbell

Tamara Jovanovic

Mireia Ros

Daniel Juarez

Christian Marquez

Head Coach Justin Price Assistant Coaches Hanna Osborne, Julia Vari & Alika Ziker

Jessica Candela Alexandra Coletta

India Krappe

Camila Ruiz

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Annie Shane

Louisa del Valle

Masury Lynch

Stephanie Smith

Numa Dorling

Ellery Martin

Kelly Stanton

Kim Ehntholt

Elizabeth Martorano

Tori VanDermyden

Shannon Folan

Mackenzie Mead

Kamryn Walker

Anne Marie Fountain

Briar Murphy

Emily Harris

Bailey Page Head Coach Justin Price Assistant Coaches Hanna Osborne & Julia Vari

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TRACK

Marcus Avila (Biology, ’20) leads runners in a 1500m race. Teammate Mat Holton (History, ’19) keeps a steady pace in the pack.

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Danielle Shanahan (Psychology, ’17) breaks away from the back TRACK during her first outdoor race of the season. Shanahan’s indoor 5k at the end of 2016 ranked her top 10 in the nation.

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ROWING

Numa Dorling (Economics, ’18) looks to her coxswain for direction as she strokes. In 2016, Dorling helped fellow rowers to a third place finish at conference championships.

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Tyler Laboda (Animation, ’19) maintains his focus during practice to give the Lions an edge over competitors. Men’s crew closed their season with a victory over UCLA.

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CREW

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CURIOUS Students learn about the University’s nine service orgs at All Service Organization Night in Burns Backcourt.

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ANNUAL SERVICE ORG GALA

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The gala is the culminating moment honoring a year of service and a transition into new leadership. The event opened with a prayer service at Sacred Heart Chapel where new officers and e-board members were blessed. Outgoing presidents passed the torch to incoming presidents in a candle lighting ceremony. The large procession—175 to 200 strong—moved to St. Robert’s Auditorium for dinner. To conclude the Gala, each organization presented a speech in which they praised and spotlighted the service done by a fellow org during the past year. WORDS A. MARTINEZ / DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTOS P. REILLY & S. BURTON

EMILY SIMSO / BIOLOGY ‘17

“My favorite part about the gala was hearing the outgoing presidents speak about the other organizations—it’s a unique opportunity for us to come together and publicly appreciate each other.” JAVIER NAVARRO / PHILOSOPHY & ENGLISH ‘17

“The gala really shows how strong our community is and being in that room lls me with much o and hope or the uture he presidents get to speak on impact the other organizations have made on the marginalized groups we have the honor of serving.”

Service Org Presidents

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SO S ERV IC E O RG A N IZ ATI ONS

COMMUNITY MISSION

Uniquely positioned in both the LMU and Los Angeles communities in having a common purpose of promoting both service and social justice. DESIGN R. PATACSIL / PHOTOS PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZATIONS

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belles “Being in Belles has taught me about serving our community by being present with those we serve and serve by sharing the open and vulnerable parts of ourselves to understand others. It has shown me how to care for myself so that I am able to care for others.” ISABELLE SEDDON / MARKETING ‘18

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CANDLELIGHT VIGIL PAGE 93

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creare “Creare is group of passionate, talented and inspiring men and women dedicated to serving the next generation of passionate, talented and inspiring children. I am humbled to be part of an organization that has unconditional love for each other and children we serve. Cre love all day every day!” YADIRA ENCISO / ART HISTORY ‘17

crimson circle “As an organization that strives to instill a living tradition and lifelong commitment to service, Crimson Circle provides a community of men invested in the development and growth of each member. By creating meaningful experiences through the promotion of faith and social awareness, a each member leaves LMU accepting the challenges of life and exalting in its adventure.” HARRISON HUSTING / ECONOMICS & URBAN STUDIES ‘17

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espérer “WOAH! It stands for Women of Active Hope. The women of Espérer are funny, smart and dedicated, whether it’s working in the community garden, cleaning up the beach or teaching theater advocacy at the local middle school. We fight for the protection and dignity of the earth and its people through advocacy, education and direct service. We believe in a freer and greener world!” HALEY DAPKUS / SOCIOLOGY ‘18

gryphon circle “They did more for me than I could ever do for them. Truly the 38 most beautiful hearts on campus.” MORGAN TOMPKINS / LIBERAL STUDIES ‘17

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“The Ignatians are a group of diverse, beautiful souls, who dedicate themselves to the service of others within the greater Los Angeles community. They are fun loving individuals whose passion warms the hearts of those we serve. Being a part of this org has changed not only my college experience but my life and I am IGGredibly grateful. Much Iggie Love.” JAVIER NAVARRO / PHILOSOPHY & ENGLISH ‘17

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magis “Magis focuses on the social justice issues of homelessness and education. Through service and reflection Magis builds community within the members of the organization, as well as in the various sites through L.A. at which we serve. The name Magis is latin for the more and is a Jesuit idea of doing more for and with others but extends further than this for our members. It is an ideal we hold of constantly improving our character, our actions and our mentality in all aspects of our lives.” TRENTON MATHISON / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ‘17

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marians “Marians is a group of incredibly passionate, intelligent, grounded women committed to the betterment of women and children, and I couldn’t feel more blessed to have been a part of this organization for the past three and a half years.” ANINDITA VARSHNEYA / BIOLOGY ‘17

sursum corda “Being a part of Sursum Corda has completely shaped my LMU experience. It has exposed me to so many social justice issues and made me realize what I am truly passionate about. The people within the org consistently inspire me and give me hope for a more equitable future.” EMILY SIMSO / BIOLOGY ‘17

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WORDS D. DUBOSE, A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN E. GARCIA / PHOTOS M. DIX, A. GARCIA, E. SIMSO & C. VITACCO

ORGANIZE WORDS D. DUBOSE, A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTOS PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZATIONS & P. REILLY

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DANIELLA RYSKINA / ACCOUNTING SOCIETY / ACCOUNTING & FINANCE ‘17

“The supportive community fostered by the Accounting Society had a tremendous impact on my journey. I am thankful for the opportunity to be a resource for incoming students and share my experiences with those who are in the same shoes that was in our ears ago

UNITY The campus community joins in worship at Mass of the Holy Spirit in Sacred Heart Chapel.

GRACIE M CMANUS / LOS ANGELES LOYOLAN / MARKETING ‘18

“One of the Loyolan’s goals is to educate and inform the community, and I believe 60 Second Lectures is a great way of doing so in an entertaining, engaging manner. It’s also very direct and quick, which perfectly complement’s the Loyolan’s journalistic style of communicating in ormation e cientl

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DANIELLE NUNEZ / STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE / WOMEN’S STUDIES ‘19

“Athlete Formal is a great event because it boosts camaraderie within athletics and you get to hang out with people who aren’t on your team and make memories. It’s a great way to see athletics as a whole be represented

CHRISTOPHER BUGARIN / RADIX / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ‘17

“The most important event that we participate in is LMU’s Best Dance Crew; it’s the one show where we get to showcase our talent the most. In my opinion, I am most motivated for this event because I want to put Radix on the map in terms of both the LMU dance community and the outside dance communit as well

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CAT WEISS / LION’S DEN / MATHEMATICS ‘17

he ion s en is the onl coffee shop on campus that is entirely run by students. As students serving students, we strive to create a comforting and inclusive environment. From studying to hanging out with friends, we provide a unique atmosphere to the college campus. Our number one priority is the happiness o the students acult and staff that we are serving. Each cup is made with love

HUNTER KARR / FLYING LIONS / CIVIL ENGINEERING ‘17

he ir orce eserve cer raining orps on campus is made up of students that come from all over L.A. Flying Lions is meant to serve those cadets that are LMU students in the hope of fostering a LMU Air Force family. As a part of Flying Lions, we are always looking to get more people interested in thin ing a out the ir orce as a potential career option

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C CO MMUN IT Y

ACTIVITIES, LEADERSHIP & SERVICE

A wide array of University Programs along with groups focused on academics, arts/entertainment, sports, culture, greek life, professional pursuits, recreation, religion/spirituality, politics, service & social justice provide ample opportunity for everyone to get involved. DESIGN E. GARCIA / PHOTOS PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZATIONS

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ACCOUNTING SOCIETY Aren Akarakian, Michael Akopians, Briana Algarin, Jordan Au, Audrey Barber, Austin Barger, Andrew Baxter, Paul Bienaime, Zachary Bishkin, Miyuki Blouin, Patrick Botero, Andre Brion, Marissa Bryant-Manago, Kristen Burch, Claire Burdick, Catherine Cao, Calix Carrington, Winston Chang, Jomi Chen, Zuyi Chen, Michael Cheren, Melannie Ching, Yian Cho, Charlene Chow, Kaylee Contreras, Samantha Curtis, Scott Delanty, iffan elemo Deekshitha Divyendar, Melissa Dominguez, Kent Dutkiewicz, Jessica Ashley Dy, Kevin Edgerton, William Fischer, Michelle Frost, Adrianna Garcia, Peter Haddoub, Ryan Haley, Grace Han, Miani Harkey, Taki Horiuchi, Grant Hudson, John Hughes, Alexis Jimenez, Ansh Khanna, Jason Kim, Eugene Kim, Jean Kisaka, Megan Ko, anot oel o Joel Kramer, Kwaku Kufuor, Daryn Kuhlman, Ryan La Russo, Connie Lee, Nick Lee, Brianna Leong, Tifany Lestori, Caspian Lewke, Jingjin Li, Xuanwen Li, Ashley Lillegraven, iffan in Madaline Lipkowitz, Jennifer Littleford, Tianwen Liu, Dylan Loo, Elizabeth Lopez, Thomas Lyons, Brandon Malekie, Katherine Martinez-Fuentes, Stephen Matoesian, Seamus McMorrow, Laura Mejia, Tara Meregillano, Nicole Millado, Jayden Murrieta, Yun Hee Na, Dana Nakashima, Billy No, Kelsey Nourayi, Madison O’Hara, Tori Oliver, Oscar Orozco, Brannen Overly, Carla Palacio, Kevin Pardo, Gisella Patino, Megan Pepi, Noemi Perez, Kylie Pollack, Jessica Purnell, Evan Rasmusson, Claire Restrepo, Tristan Ross, Daniella Ryskina, Chelsea Salonga, Melissa Sandoval, Kevin Santos, Cynthia Sawaya, Courtney Sebring, James Shum, Steven Sosa, Ricardo Sosa, Bart Stasiuk, Matt Steelman, Davin Takanishi, Justin Takara, William Tan, Charisse Tanedo, Lauren Ung, Melanie Uno, Elizabeth Valdes, Alex Venetos, Xuan Wez, Enrico Wirawan, Alexis Wong, Madison Wright, Luyu Yang, Weichen Zhu & Shanshan Zhu

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Jade Byrd, Savannah James, Allison Leggett & Selena Shannon

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ALPHA CHI OMEGA Olivia Abdoo, Darby Adams, Sophie Albright, Elisa Aliano, Sadie Amato, Lauren Anderson, Haley Backdahl, Christina Belisario, Amanda Bobo, Kelly Bonham, Georgia Buxton, Madeline Campbell, Hannah Cartelli, Annabelle Chardonnet, Hannah Chew, Melannie Ching, Christina Christou, Meghanne Clark, Genine Cumba, Samantha Curtis, Caroline Cycon, Melissa Dominguez, Emma Dunn, Allison Edwards, Sally Elton, Emily Erves, Katrina Espiritu, Nicole Fakhimi, Rowena Feng, Nikki Fenmore, Katherine Francis, Annie Francl, Chloe Gabriel, Cassidy Gempler, Abigail Goad, Yvette Hakimi, Caroline Hammer, Grace Han, Rachel Hanley, Michaela Hirakawa, Madi Holtzman, Michaela Johnson, Elizabeth Jurek, Cassidy Kepp, Kyra Knauer, Sabrina Kohmann, Meredith Kurey, Meghan Long, Elizabeth Lopez, Casey MacFarlane, Ariel McKenzie, Courtney Merriam, Michaela Mertz, Jillian Montgomery, Mikeala Neininger, Tori Oliver, Claire Ortega, Nichole Osugi, Selin Ozkan, Marissa Petralia, Xochitl Pizarro, Elizabeth Rahe, Stefanie Rodriguez, Lauren Sarberenyi, Skye Shodahl, Kathryn Sobierajski, Hira Srinivasan, Christina Stava, Kate Stephens, Akriti Suri, Megan Takemoto, Madison Thomsen, iffani onso Natalie Tracy, Victoria Vitalich, Katie Walsh, Angelica Wesslander, Danielle Wills, Stephanie Wong, Stephany Yang & Carly Zenker

ALPHA KAPPA PSI Abdullah Alyaseen, Angel Attar, Chris Bachetti, Aishwarya Bajaj, Regan Borges-Burr, Andre Brion, Shelby Butler-Santiel, Camille Cabrera, Sarah Calnan, Jomi Chen, Alex Ching, Melannie Ching, Jen Chung, Chad Cohen, Alyssa Desmond, Brandon Domingo, Chase Dugay, Nicole Fong, Nikki Formoso, Jake Fujimoto, Jerry Gawartin, Stefania Gonzalez Russi, Evan Hessler, Gavin Husni, Ashley Jan, Anika Jess, Serena Ji, Sophie Kaslow, JaiHyun (Jason) Kim, Megan Ko, Seann Lau, Yanisa (Lee) Lelapinyokul, Perry Leong, Grace Loekman, Catherine McGee, Jose Michel, Tony Nguyen, Mika Ohata, Vijayasankar (Vijay) Palanivel, Ashley Quan, Patrick Razon, Jonathan Santos, Alina Sargsyan, Kaeya Shah, Andrew (Yohannes) Solo, Radhika Swaminarayan, Davin Takanishi, Jordan Udom, Vichida Vongvanij, Kelli Wong, Troy Young & Malcolm Zeger

ALPHA DELTA GAMMA ar ar n le Jayzee Gonzales, Jake Hellen, Daniel Higuera, Joel Homan, Joshua Macias, Carlos Pacheco & Samuel Raycraft

ALPHA PHI Brinn Abbate, Allison Abbott, Taylor Asaro, Jessica Azevedo, Megan Ballinger, Gianna Bauch, Julia Benore, Amy Berchtold, Ali Bloom, Dominique Booth, Heidi Bove, Sophia Bruza, Brianna Cabello, Chynna Campbell, Kristin Campbell, Erica Carin, Tennaya Carr, Delaney Carter, Hannah Champagne, Famy Chavosh, Grace Chorneyko, Samantha Clark, Stephanie Clark, Danielle Cohen, Jessica Cosca, Taylor Cusumano, Madison DeFrees, Carrie Deline, Kelsey Dewhurst, Claire Dobyns, Anneliese Dominguez, Madeline Dopeso, Helena Drolshagen, Alexis Eka, Lauren Farrell, Elizabeth Fellner, Danielle Feria, Aubrey Fischer, Danielle Fishler, Miranda Florer, Melanie Fougeres, Michelle Frost, Erin Funk, Jacqueline Furrier, Emily Gardner, ine Golacinski, Brianna Goldstein, Kaitlin Griner, le a utroff Maureen Haley, Caroline Harari, Katherine Henshall, Nicole Herbeck, Natalie Herder, Artemis Hodoyan, Morgan Hubers, Mia Huddleston, Veronica Iglesias, Taylar Jackson, Natalia Jacobo, Kelly Jacobs, Sara Jensen, Shelby Jensen, Chloe Jones, Alex Jungers, Jade Kaiser, Jessica Kim, Isabella LaBianca, Morgan Lam, Kristen Elizabeth Lance, Mara Ley, Quinn Luster, Laura Lyon, Audrey MacDonell, Amanda Martinez, Katherine Martinez-fuentes, Nikki Martino, Kelly McCann, Sara McCauley, Morgan McVey, Emily Melkonian, Natalie Menicucci, Emma Merryman, Paige Mobley, Lindsay Montgomery, Sara Montini, Kate Morrison, Emily Mullett, Genevieve Murphy, Jacquelin Nagel, Madison O’Hara, Sabrina O’Mara, Molly Okamura, Taylor Partin, Isabella Passet Paseta, Gisella Patino, Sarah Peterson, AnnaMarie Previti, Cassidy Priegel, Portia Reinholz, Madeline Renner, Carlie Richman, Pauline Rigo, Natalie Rockwell, Natalie Rodriguez, Sarah Rogers, Madelyn Rollofson, Meghan Rooney, Kayla Rover, Taryn Rudolph, Amanda Sadis, Ava Sambora, Stephanie Sandor, Landyn Saputo, Joanie Searle, D’Ana Smith, McKenzie Smith, Hannah Strohl, Anna Taricco, Emilee Theno, Hailey Transue, Carleen Tse, Arabella Wardlaw, Sarah Wermers, Maclaine Westendorf, Evelyn Westover, Geornay Willis, Alex Witter, Erin Wong, Briana Woolsey & Gabrielle Zetino

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ALPHA PSI OMEGA Brinn Abbate, Nicholas Alling, Izaura Avitia, Annie Barker, Monica Beld, Kate Bianco, Jordan Block, Megan Bosveld, Alexandra Boulas, Keiva Bradley, o a assid Kat Connell, Kevin Dwyer, Maren English, Godfrey Flax, Joseph Galloway, Melissa Green, Sami Jalel, Carly Johnson, Jade Kaiser, Cassidy Kepp, Robert Kinsfather, Josh La Cour, Nathan Lampl, Katie Lewis, Parisa Loftis, Chris Lorey, Matt Mangione, Beau Mantor, Nichola Marick, Amanda Nahin, Isabel Ngo, Olivia Oreskovich, Mateo Rudich, Gloria Santillan, Sarah Sawyer, Juliet Shelton, Kathleen Shew, Olivia Sikora, Wendolyn Sims-Rucker, Jordan Tabaldo, Lindsey Thompson, Tim Toole, Olivia Treece, Olivia Twiford, Katelin Urgo, Salve Villarosa, Ray Weiz, Callie Yahyavi, Lillian Young & Jakob Zermeno

ARMENIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Michael Akopian, Natalie Armenian, Natasha Ayvazian, Christina Azoian, Joe Babikian, Alec Baktamian, Alene Bechirian, Anto Boghokian, Lea Der Abrahamian, Christina Galajan, Lora Gavgavyan, Christina Hacobian, Talar Hovhannisian, Cathy Killedjian, Sevag Konalian, Armine Marukyan, Marc Matossian, Sarkis Shaginian, Alex Tanielian & Alik Yepremian

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Bader Alghunaim, Mariana Alifa, Joshua Azar, Vincent Bottita, Steven Boyer, Omar Catchings, Henry Dadsetan, Allyson Davis, Nathan Droivold, Senay Emmanuel, Nathan Enriquez, Alicia Esquivel, William Evans, Zach Fisher, Chengyu Gao, Muhanad Ghabban, Jacob Halem, Elizabeth Horejsi, Loren Johnson, JasMin Khoe, Manfred Kissling, Anastasia Koveshnikova, Michelle Kusaka, Shannon Lee, Chungheang Loh, Aida Lopez, Keila Lopez, Taylor Ann Masuda, Lindsey Matoi, Fernando Mendez, Maria Janessa Mendoza, Taylor Mercado, Valeria MuĂąoz, Frank Musso, Juan Neri, Cassandra Nickles, Raven Odian, Julia Owaidat, Jacquelin Plasencia, Sage Rodriguez, Nathan Sarabia, Alexander Sasser, Gabriella Selamat, Gabriel Shimizu, Shari Smith, Alexander Stilger, Michael Suehisa, Juan Vasquez, Cody Warrington & Madeline Wiegel

ASLMU Lindsay Adams, ustin l eri Mekleit Dix, Kevin Dwyer, Joe Gietzen, Megan Glendinning, Ned Gresham, Colton Kugler, Jacob Makiels, Luciano Manfredi Console, Marina Marmolejo, Makda Medhanie, Ariana Mungia, Adrian Narayan, Lash Nolen, Sabrina O’Mara, Heather Pilkington, Katie Schembri, Madelyn Starr, Spencer Tombari, Kaisara Walton, Geornay Willis, Mateen Zarekari. Not Pictured: Karina Alvarez, Mark Ballinger, Alfredo Hernandez, Brooke Piedra, Cristina Pintor, Katie Porter, Fassa Sar, Anthony Sasso, Rahdika Swaminarayan, Erisa Takeda & Priscilla Torres

ANCIENT WORLDS CLUB Mona Es-Said, Shannon Hayes, Andre Henry, Konstantinos Kaplanis, Beth McLaughlin, Sudhir Singh, Suzanne Swanson Not Pictured: Nickolas Abbott, Christian Billings, Samantha Burton, Fabio Cabezas, Tania Chemieh, Hogan Chen, Brandon Chin, Nora Consani, Sharla David, Themelina Davila, Alex Dulak, Tuscany Foussard, Danielle Gullifer, James Heissner, Victoria Heller, Morgan Hoover, Parker House, Alison Huntley, Alyna Kim, Colton Kugler, Joshua Kuroda, Jeannette Martinez, Kathleen Porter, Noel Rabina & Ruby Wong

ASLMU SENATE Moses Kulee, Roberto Ruiz, Susan Ruiz, Carmen Towler, Uche Onyekwelu, Aracely Lopez, Annabel Arrazola, Stephanie Briano, Kassidy Miller, Melinda Roybal, Alejandra Sanchez, Sandra Martinez, Deborah Maddigan, Moses K. Kulee, Sandie Valenzuela, Mariah Glenn, Sr. Linda Gonzalez, Evelyn Gaspar, Myungwoo Lee, Etienne Khumbah, Carmen Towler, Margaret Stone, Wendy Hernandez, Marjorie Hall, Alejandra Garcia, Theresa Yoon & Geena Agbangnin

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ATHLETES IN ACTION Taylor Anderson, David Banta, Jake Barnett, Cierra Belvin, Hannah Calton, Shelby Cormier, Amanda Dirks, Jill Farley, Rachael Farrington, Alexandria Finie, Jeremiah Fraser, Jackie Johnson, Emma Johnson, Samantha Jordan, Sara Kovac, Mackenzie Kutzke, Joel Lawson, Hailey Lederer, Lindsey Matoi, Veronica Nederend, Brittney Reid, Keara Reilly, Mary Schell, Annie Shane, Brandon Shearer, Erin Williams, Isabel Willis & Billy Wilson

BELLES Kaylee Asai, Monica Beld, Nina Berghausen, Lacey

Braun, Melissa Cedillo, Audrey Colanero, Genine Cumba, Aya Diaz, Kristine Dizon, Sarah Frisz, Michelle Gilbertson, Marisa Guerra, o a ernande Vinkya Hunter, Emma Lane, Annabel Lee, Leeza Lester, Victoria Lucien, Rachel McCormack, Kayla McMenamin, Morgan Mostrom, Ashley Naliwajko, Viviane Nguyen, Samantha Noble, Lashyra Nolen, Katie North, Victoria Onyike, Heather Pilkington, Brenda Quintanilla, Ramona Sandoval, Paola Santana, Isabelle Seddon, Alison Sell, Jesiree Session, Alexis Sissac, Stacee Smith, Mackenzie Tjogas, Katie Trinh, Sabrina Verduzco, Johanna Villalobos, Kaisara Walton, Catherine Weiss, Cassandra Yearwood, Christina Yi, Marissa Yocham, Marlis Yurcisin & Heather Zermeno

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AUTO ENTHUSIASTS CLUB Fabio Cabezas, Brennan Carvalho, Alexander Dewitt, Daniel Gopstein, Samuel Handelsman, Joseph offman Drew Holland, Grant Hudson, Nima Karamati, Sean Katz, Samantha Littrell, Benjamin Liu, Spencer Lontok, Alexandra Masri, Justin Parker, Ryan Ribe, Brandon Rocha, Givino Rossini, Daniel Sabet, Michael Simmons, Larry Sprott, Nikita Vyogov, Aron Wong, Fah Zhong James Yip, Siraj Zaman & Trevor Zink

BETA THETA PI Yianni Alevizos, Brendan Angelo, Thomas Ashton, Kurt Baumberger, Brian W. Blatnick, Carlo Bustillos, Zachary Calilung, Sai Chintamaneni, Tyler Colson, Riley Dawson, Joe Dooling, Nathan Faust, Will Fuchs, Stephen S. Giuntini, Nicolas Gomez, Robert Granatelli, Brian Grant, Arun E. Gulati, Jacob F. Hallum, Brandon Haynes, Jeremy P. Hitchcock, David Hollis, Anton W. Hud, Sam Irwin, Alex Kaliannan, Edward Karrer, Matthew Kishaba, Jamie Kobayashi, Quinn Lanners, Charles Lawver, Chad M. Louie, Adam Lyons., William Mahony, Brant E. Miller, Benjamin Moores, Alessio Morello, Tyler Mucci, Frank Musso, Max Myman, Davis Nann, Charles Ozburn, John Paal, Justin Pasquale, Michael D. Pasquale, Antonio Porras, Eliot Raymond, Brandon Robello, Rony Saleh, John C. Salinas, Chad J. Scott, Chad Scully, Sebastian Segura, Jared E. Sharfstein, John Sherman, Jack Slater, David M. Spanos, Chase Speicher, Aaron J. Strand, Maximillian D. Sznewajs, Jahan H. Tadayon, Skyler Tan, Victor Ujkic, John Waggoner, Daniel Wall & Daythun White

BALLET FOLKLORICO DE LMU Isabel Aguirre, Veronica Arellano, Yadira Enciso, Alejandra Garcia, Joseph Gorman, Betssy Jauregui, Athena Martinez, Alex Napior & Aira Wada

BROTHERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS George Brown, Morris Cheeks, Drew Cross, Shawn Cunningham II, Devon Elmore, Cameron Epps, Darien Geyen, Vincent Hawawd, Cameron Henderson, Stevie Johnson, Jermaine Johnson, Harold Lloyd, Omri McElroy, Adom Palmer, Hunter Patterson, Josh Patterson, Michah Peay, Maliek Reed, Davis Robinson, Johnathan Rowan, Chris Shelby, Khalil Sullivan, Brendan Towns, Darren Ward, Christopher Williams, Tristan Willis, Makeen Yasar & Cameronn Young-Harry

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CLUB TENNIS Alok Bahri, Molly Boselli, Cesar Fernandez, John Fredericks, Saqif Hasan, Anthony Herco, Christian Lum, Mark McConnell, Lina Metcalf, Raven Odian, Kant Tantasathien & Stephanie Wong

CREARE Isabel Aguirre, Ariana Albiar, Stefani Atherton, Jelani BrambleManning, Clarissa Cerda, Kaitlyn Chadwick, Alex De Guzman, Sophie Deen, Seanna Duong, Yadi Enciso, Karina Fabregas, Alex Fuentes, Caroline Gallagher Poehls, Keyshawn Garraway, Melissa Gavilanes, Samantha Geier, Jared Glasser, Mariajose Gomez, Paolo Gonzales, Alexandra Harrop, Alex Hendricks, John Hughes, Uakea Jose, Lauren Kenes, Isabeau Lauron, Ashley Lawless, Yanisa Lelapinyokul, Katrina Liu, Jared Matusich, Nicole Muldoon, Nina Niedbalski, Erin Ochikubo, Amanda Ordaz, Larry Palato, Jeremy Pasia, Paige Petersen, Joey Rovetto, Clare Sitzer, Greg Smith, Annie Strugatsky, Justin Tran, Pau Valdez, Leah Willover, Harker Woker & Cami Wong

CONCERT BAND Jaret Balba, Adam Betancourt, Christian Billings, Joey Martinez, Raven Odian, Ryan Olarte & Randy Qafaiti

CRIMSON CIRCLE Max Alvarado, Peter Bacich, Mark Ballinger, Ricky Barocio, Tyler Benko, Elliot Britt, Jimmy Crespin, Branden DeLangis, Nicholas Ertola, John Fredericks, Paul Gagorik, Stephen Gloudeman, John Helmers, Harrison Husting, Ben Johnstone, Luis Kay, Miles Kent, Niko Klein, Joshua Kuroda, Dillen Lao, Lester Leon, Jared Lyons, Padraig Lyons, Parker McCloud, Brendan McLoughlin, William Muscara, Shane O’Donnell, Daniel Palladini, Sam Parkins, James Penner, Michael Rea, John Schnatz, Samir Seshadri & Jakob Zermeno

COUNSELING GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION Geena Agbangnin, Annabel Arrazola, Stephanie Briano, Alejandra Garcia, Evelyn Gaspar, Evelyn Gaspar, Mariah Glenn, Sr. Linda Gonzalez, Marjorie Hall, Wendy Hernandez, Etienne Khumbah, Moses Kulee, Myungwoo Lee, Aracely Lopez, Deborah (Debbie) Maddigan, Sandra Martinez, Kassidy Miller, Uche Onyekwelu, Melinda Roybal, Roberto Ruiz, Susan Ruiz, Alejandra “Alex” Sanchez, Margaret Stone, Carmen Towler, Sandie Valenzuela & Theresa Yoon

CURIS EDUCATIONE IUVENTUTIS David Abram, Shakeel Ahmad, Ryan Bae, Madison Balachio, Rebecca Bremer, Hailee Brown, Susanne Carpenter, Erica Choe, Blake Colton, Cat Connors, Helena Drolshagen, Chase Dugay, Eduardo Encina, Emma Keneipp, Grace Kim, Stephanie Lee, Caspian Lewke, Isai Lopez, Mali McGuire, Colleen McLamb, Rachel Para, Shannon Pilcher, Dillon Rinauro, Cami Ruiz, Alexandria Scaltrito, Samir Seshadri, Sam Ting, Angela Tun, Niko Victoria & Colin Wikholm

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DEL REY PLAYERS Monica Beld, Maren English, Josh La Cour Dylan Fox, Matt Mangione & Ryan Steel

DELTA KAPPA ALPHA Fasika Addis, Neyah Barbee, Ben Bellevue, Jennifer Bohnert, Nyasha Bryant, Zac Cha, Kate Chang, Jane Chow, Kristen Corbett, Anthony Coyne, Jordan Crawford, Chase Crittenden, Daniel de Boulay, Justin Dias, Danica Dickson, Alice Donnelly, Clark Eglinton, Andre Enriquez, Eva Enriquez, Jared Fembleaux, Austin Gay, Drew Gibson, Christine Gonzalez, Jordan Goodman, Isabelle Gremillion, Kayla Hashimoto, Meadow Holman, Morgan Hoover, Alivia Horsley, Megan Hughes, Alison Huntley, Nolan Jacobs Walker, Mauricio Jauregei, Johnny Jiang, Kyle Kaminsky, Calla Kelley-Renda, Olivia Kent, Nick Kubeck, Brooke Kudelski, Lleana Lam, Chase Lambert-Crittenden, Nathan Lampl, Megan Lau, Gabrielle Lecca, Sarah Leeper, Rebecca Liaw, Maximillian Loveman, Emily Malig, Lorenzo Mapua, Kelly McCart, Wesley McCaslin, Olivia Nolan, J. Carrick O’Reilly, Brady Palubiski, Amy Pellouchoud, Zoe Photenhauer, Caitlin Pitt, Scarlett Sanchez, Summer Plair, Aonat Popoola, Madison Quiton, Taylor Raymond, Jasmin Reidel, Lexi Rodriguez, Cristobal Ruiz, Megan Russell-Drew, Eden Russo, Ian Salazar, Haley Schlicht, Alex Simon, Daniel Simon, David Sireika, Natalie Soria, Ryan Steel, Emily Stevenson, Jackson Sulewski, Suzanne Swanson, Valerie Taylor, David Techman, Emily Teerasuphaset, Stephen Turner, Zach Valdry, Jasmijn van Bruggen, Delon Villanueva, Jensen Vinca, Molly Vogel, Jennifer Walton, Jason Wang, Bert Wei, o a ilson Calvin Wong & Andrew York

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DELTA DELTA DELTA Jackee Alvarez, Hali Archer, Emily Baird, Miriam Binman, Becca Bremer, Hailee Brown, Madi Brown, Samantha Bump, Maddie Canales, Michelle Castro Bastida, Ariel Catalasan, Shannon Chance, Stella Cheng, Samantha Colvin, Olivia Curnett, Victorria Dau, Themelina Davila, Michelle Duarte, Charity Dzul, Karina Fabregas, Jess Fong, Emily Forest, Paola Franco, Jackie Galvez, Brandy Garcia, Montse Gastelum, Alice Gavarrete, Kelly Gentry, Julia Guanzon, Monica Hardesty, Katerina Harrop, Kayla Hashimoto, Alex Henry, Anna Hodgson, Mina Hsu, Dasia Intil, Dianne Jahangani, Nicole Keyllian, Paige Kulberg, Grace Lide, Cara Lohman, Kelcey Lorenzo, Maddie Mackler, Sarah Markowitz, Alexandra Marske, Colleen McLamb, Emily Mendez Morales, Savannah Mercado, Jenny Miller, Melanie Molina, Hannah Morton, Ariana Mungia, Diana Murillo, Jamie Nevarez, iffan gu en Megan O’Shea, Tori Passarelli, o a assi Paige Prevost, Marie Quintana, Elanna Radomyshelsky, Morgan Renaud, Claire Restrepo, Jaclyn Ross, Kaitlyn Ryan, Acacia Scalise, Katie Schembri, Maddie Sillivos, Michelle Simon, Citra Tanupama, Sarah Tellesen, Arden Terry, Bailey Thomsen, Darlin Valentine, Mandy Wallace, Lexis Wallace, Kristina Waters, Haley Wheelon & Mariah Williams

DELTA SIGMA PI Zachary Bishkin, Allison Bush, Allison Chan, Irene Chang, Jennifer Chin, Isabella Eliason, Miranda Fajardo, Madeline Gali, Bryson Hamada, Kathryn Herron, Mason Higginbotham, Michaela Hirakawa, Takeko Horiuchi, Jordan Kawashiri, Alyson Lock, Maximilian Lyons, Natalya Mahaindra, Omri McElroy, Matthew Muller, Brenner Nathan, Jenna Nishida, Riley O’Keefe, Louis Ortega, Sagar Patel, Tali Rupp, Chelsea Salonga, Christopher Shelby, Emily Sobolewski, Alexandros Stamas, Melanie Uno, Pauline Valdez, Mikala Vassallo & Alyssa Williams

DELTA GAMMA Katelyn Afshar, Elizabeth Archer, Brigitte Axelrode, Haley Ayres, Natalie Bacon, Taylor Bagnall, Michelle Barquer, Natalie Baughan, Saaheba Bedi, Julianne Belza, Emily Bergstrom, Amanda Biscardi, Emily Bjerke, Megan Blacet, Taylor Blackman, Jordan Block, Gillian Boss, Hannah Bowman, Lily Bramble, Lexi Brand, Stephanie Brehns, Kristen Burch, Anna Bybee, Natalie Cabrera, Emily Carlson, Vanessa Cicchini, Nicole Closson, Jamie Cohen, Makenzie Cook, Caroline Cross, Ceceli DaRosa, Molly Davidson, Holly DeAngelo, Madison Densmore, Delaney Dewhurst, Paige Dobon, Raquel Domarocki, Devin Donahue, Morgan Donahue, Claire Donohue, Melissa Fletcher, Bailey Gardner, Claire Garrison, Stefania Gonzalez Russi, Rebecca Graham, Taylor Hamai, Madison Hardy, Quinn Heinrich, Vanessa Hernandez, Willie Hickok, Erin Honigman, Skylar Jimenez, Emilee Johnsen, Gisella Joma, Madeleine Jones, Mary Grace Kelly, Taylor Kewley, Madison Kochenderfer, Sarah Kodama, Lauren Konchan, Nicolette Langley, Olympia Lappas, Gabriela Leeds, Olivia Longpre, Alissa Lund, Madeline Mabry, Abigail Mackey, Meggie Marron, Armine Marukyan, Julia Marzovilla, Taylor Ann Masuda, Marisa McCarthy, Jaqueline McCool, Megan McCord, Brianna Medina, Brittany Modesto, Sarah Moore, Kailee Mora, Lauren Mora, Nina Moutoux, Rachel Mullens, Katharine-Ann Munson, Nicole Napier, Brigid O’Reilly, Rachel Obering, Leslie Ortega , Danae Pappas, Amy Pellouchoud, Katie Porter, Londen Powers, Kristen Reames, Hannah Rodosky, Olivia Round, ictoria uff adelaine an lippo Anna Sarno, Heather Schacher, Mackenzie Scheinman, Holly Schow, Madeline Schwartz, Alison Sell, Corrin Sheppard, Jessica Shortley, Ellery Simpson, Madison Sommers, Ariana Sotoodeh, Lindsay Sunada, Gabby Udell, Rachel Vais, Mallory Wackerman, Lauren Wesseln, Conchita Widjojo, Isabella Williams, Katie Wilson, Hayley Woodward & Shayna Yallaly

DELTA ZETA Stephanie Altemus, Lindsay Angeli, Julianna Aries, Vicky Artaza, Rachel Askenazi, Izaura Avitia, Marina Babigian, Taylor Baker, Noel Banerjee, Annie Barker, Sarah Bockian, Lauren Brown, Dylan Browne, Maddie Bryan, Caroline Burt, Mia Calhoun Mummert, Kim Caltagirone, Anna Carothers, Lisa Carrington, Kyle Cavanaugh, Makena Cecil, Lelaina Ching, McKenzie Coe, Catherine Collier, Brett Cook, Daniella Coradini, Rebecca Cordier, Thalia Cordova, Kimberley Cotter, Megan Daggett, Megan Davis, Monica De Jesu, Caitlin deLaroche, Sarah DeLuca, Nathalie Giller, Alisha Ginsberg, Megan Glendinning, Alisa Gonzales, Amanda Haas, Katherine Hanover, Kelly Harris, Yasmin Hellman, Victoria Hernandez, Riley Higgins, Parker House, Alexandra Hutson, Kelsey Ito, Shelby Jackson, Kira Jatoft, Lena Jennings, Zahra Khan, Reanna Khimani, Grace Kim, Kimberly Klustner, Katherine Krol, Sabrina Leung, Bridget Lewis, Sophie Lewis, Jennifer Littleford, Allegra Mantovani, Danee Masur, Zoe McCrum, Savannah McGushion, Alexandra Meek, Taylor Mercado, Kellie Miller, Kendall Miller, Kaitlin Moos, Krista Morales, Carlyn Morones, Margaret Morton, Erica Moy, Divyya Munshi, Amanda Nahin, Jamie Oseas, Sarah Pardi, Olivia Parker, Jillian Pennington, Megan Pepi, Victoria Perez, Lauren Pritting, Alanna Quinn, Courtney Quinn, Hailey Ralston, Megan Rankin, Melissa Reese, Anna Rizza, Nicole Rouleau, Lauren Rowland, Madeline Sacks, Katelyn Saindon, Sahra Sajasi, Anna Savage, Hope Saxon, Angelica Serda, Julia Silvey, Tenika Smith, Nicole Sordello, Emma Strand, Sydnee Templer, Raegen Valdes, Paige VanDenburg, Josie VanLangevelde, Cora Whalen, Anna Yager, Emma Yee & Victoria Yee

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EL ESPEJO MENTORING PROGRAM Will Brant, Allison Chan, Antonia Garcia, Noemi Fernandez Luna, Nikki Orban, Isabella Powers & Alejandra Vasquez

ESPERER Christine Bustillos, Noppasorn Cheng, Haley Dapkus, Katherine Emery, Samantha Franco, Sara Gibson, Elizabeth Guhl, Patricia Gutierrez, Zarrin Haque, Victoria Heller, Alexis Jimenez, Emely Morales, Roachem Odom, Ciara Osorno, Jaquelin Plasencia, Michelle Quintero, Olivia Ragsac, Alexa Rajaram, Anastasia Rivera-Hackley, Porter Rivet, Daniela Rojas Castro, Rachel Rosenfeld, Breanne Schneider, Sarah Shapiro Wendolyn Sims-Rucker, Erisa Takeda, Mariana Ugalde & Xian Wong

ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS Arman Akhenaton, Sarah Bernskoetter, Adam Betancourt, Nick Breceda, Emily Carlson, Spencer Colburn, Ally Davis, Mirella Davis, Carrie Deline, Natalia Dibbern, Brandon Dishno, Alicia Esquivel, Monica Geiger, Ye Thura Hein, Anna Hodgson, Will Hohorst, Elizabeth Horejsi, Keely Jones, Aaishah Kelani, Mary Laurance, Jordan Moore, Raven Odian, Raven Odian, Jacob Orlita, Ryan Riebe, Jack Weil & Robert Wood

ENTREPRENEURSHIP SOCIETY Walker Abeyta, Emeraldo Ali, Marissa Andres, Alok Bahri, Gabriel Blake, Martin Cabatic, Coby Chatwin, Andrew Felding, Jose Garcia, Lani Ginoza, Adam Greger, Andre Husada, Jessica Kim, Kiky Kurniawan, Paula Markow, Ryan Olarte, Renzo Romana, Vasilev Sergey, Ria Sodha, Darvin Sumarkho, Tapiwa Kareu Tafa, Matthew Tejada, Ira Tio, Kevin Tjhung, Vichida Vongvanij, Angelica Wesslander, Enrico Wirawan, Aaron Wong & Jacob Wymetalek

ESPORTS CLUB Babak Abrishamchian, Brian Ahn, Eddie Bachoura, Parker Charles, Marissa Cheng, Teddy Chu, Tyler Edmiston, Noah Ferrell, Andres Lazo Hernรกndez, Jeremy Howe, Brian Joerger, Mason Kim, Aison King, Jordan Lofy, John Nevill, Joey Nimmers-Minor, Anthony Nisich, Elias Ontiveros, Jen Shin and Kyle Spigelman Not pictured: Marc Takahashi, Justin Torres, Kyle Trinidad & Alejandro Zapata

GRADUATE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY Sophia Afari, Celina Alvarado, Erin Amis, Valeria Annicchiarico, Miguel Arias, Kristin Athaide, Dayna Bennett, Sarah Bennett, Ebonie Buenrostro, Heather Carpenter, Marissa Castro, Sandra Chavez-Valdivia Moreno, Yoonmy Chung, Allison Clarke, Natalie Cicekci, Jimesa Coxsey, Melissa Espinosa, Nancy Gomez, Nicki Haghani, Hanna Haghayeghi, Julie Hernandez, Samantha Hill, Kristina Kampen, Natalie Karaghossian, Arielle Kendrick, Asra Khan, Kevin Kim, Sarah Kim, Sophia Krakowiak, Ariel Ledezma, Karen Lee, Alyssa Loomer, Jennifer Manlimos, Hind Moussa, Lizette Olmos, Ashley Oshiro, Crystal Peralta, Chalani Perera, Stephanie Quinonez, Cecilia M. Ramirez, Adalberto Ramos, Caitlin Rankin, Elaine Rehm, Christine Requa, Jamie Reynolds, Rachel Seabrook, Molly Shelton, Sarah Simmonds, Kipprecia Singleton, Katherine Souther, Alana Stotts, Amanda Strang, Haley Walin, Jennifer White, Megan Wiard, Crystal Wilson, Deborah Yerushalmi & Carly Zarrow

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GREEK COUNCIL Michelle Barquer, Gabby Zetino, Megan Glendinning, Erica Tietz, Zach Goldstein, Lindsay Angeli, Richard Schaefer, Daniel Juarez, Sarai Bogoratt, Michael Del Santo, Emily Gardner, Katie Walsh, Katie Schembri, Paige Dobon, Alex Kerestzi, Ashley Rehder, Jackie Ascenzi, Kelsie Munnings, Lexie Pineda Soto, Patrick Donovan, Riley Dawson, Michael Siao, Corey Hambly, Valente Dolcini, Ian Kruse, Alex Silva, Emil Jabbour, Courtney Bell, Davis Nann, Josh Villalobos, Anna Savage, Daniel Higuera, Freddy Soltero, Larry Daves & Alex Froehlich

HAN TAO Eva Baudler, Fatima Beck, Juan Bernal, Bradley Burt, Martin Cabatic, Mi Mi Chen, Edenne Chen, Melannie Ching, Jane Chow, Natriya Chun, Jen Chung, Dion Dang, Brenda Dimaya, Kaelyn Do, Jessica Ashley Dy, Mona O. Es-Said, Ethan Fujioka, Isadora Gao, Mariajose Gomez, Kai Hayden, Grace He, Teddy Hsia, Calla Kelley-Renda, Jin Kim, Jordan Kim, May Thin Kyu, Thanh La, Seann Lau, Megan Lau, Christopher Lau, Rowan Lee, Lee Lelapinyokul, Rogers Li, Lily Li, Bryant Lin, Ashley Ma, Laurel Mooney, Colin Noel, Brenden Park, Patrick Pozon, Michael Saito, Jonathan Santos, Chrystal Shek, Luke Shinoda, Josh Sivila, Nick Sunga, Charisse Tanedo, Jonathan Ting, Gavin Toy, Vichida Vongvanij, Aaron Wong, Trevor Wong, Kelli Wong, Jonathan Xiao, Kaitlyn Yee, Marissa Yonamine, Snow Zhang & Yi Ming Zhou

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GRYPHON CIRCLE Cara Buenaventura, Samantha Burton, Allison Chan, Jane Chow, Mia DeLeon, Brenda Dimaya, Melissa Dougherty, Caroline Fukawa, Kendra Glenn, MariaCarolina Gomez, Jamie Higa, Megan Hokama, Serena Ji, Ashley Kames, Kym Kanenaka, Megan Ligas, Parisa Loftis, Aida Lopez, Lauren Mabuni, Athena Martinez, Jacqueline Martinez, Kelly McCart, Sinead McLoughlin, Jazmin Navato, Madison Neumaier, iffan gu en Cara Olson, Danielle Paul, Micaela Plummer, Jaclyn Ross, Yasmine Sahid, Alyssa Tomlinson, Morgan Tompkins, Torrey Veloz, ac en ie hit eld Natalie Wilkie, Emma Wong & Veronica Yepiz

HER CAMPUS Natalie Bacon, Emily Bjerke, Elizabeth Bromley, Isaiah Brown, Anna Bybee, Allie Crawford, Deirdre Durkan-Simonds, Abby Durkan-Simonds, Gisella Joma, Catheryn Mallari, Kiera Maroney, iffan arham Alexa Payne, Kaitlin Quigley, Yasmine Sahid, Sara Sobolev, Alison Taplin, Anushka Tyagi, Lauren Wesseln, Conchita Widjojo & Solia Yaley

GSLMU Gaby Arana, Jon Burnett, Gurinder Chauhan, Brittany Davis, Joshua Dawson, Johlene De Los Santos, Brittany Green, Kuang Hwang, Melissa Iriarte, Nick Islas, Alba Rodriguez Juan, Hanna Masters, Lauren Moreno, Kristal Orozco, Jose Pena, Samantha Saltzman, Sarah Segal, Sandie Valenzuela, Eleanor Wada & Lindsay Western

HILLEL Stacy Petersohn, Leah Spitz, Carly Zenker & Rabbi Zachary Zysman Not Pictured: Dani Nisim

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HUMAN RESOURCE SOCIETY Gerald Alcantar, Regan Borges-Burr, Alexandra Cooper, Jen Jugovic, Mebra Kisaka, Jessica Lee, Annel Marquez, Andrew Pasqua & Rebecca Toy

IGNATIANS Karis Addo-Quaye, Karlie Carbone, Megan Castillo, Nick Chew, Blake Colton, Mekleit Dix, Jill Farley, Haley Fletcher, Kasem Green, Kashi Hall, Lexi Haskins, Nina Hariawan, Julia Herrera, ameron auffman Aishah Kelani, Claire Kennedy, Samantha Kim, Colton Kugler, Ana Macaspac, Kyle Magee, Ella McMahan, Fernando Mendez, Matt Molina, Marc Moreno, Javier Navarro, Isabel Ngo, Matt Pendleton, Patrick Razon, Caroline Reilly, Dillon Rinauro, Eric Rios, Mathew Sanders, George Sarantinos, Tommy Scully, Ann Shoen, Noelle Smith, Josh Soriano, CJ Stone, Liat Tabachnik, Sam Ting, Annie Trafton & Olivia Twiford

IB MODERN Hanna Champagne, Anna Chorneyko, Raquel Domarocki, Halie Donabedian, Rie Fukushima, Erin Funk, Miani Harkey, Riley Higgins, Haley Hoekstra, Darren Maser-Katter, Brandon Mathis, Mateo Rudich, Amanda Sadis, Courtney Sprouse, Emilee Theno, Hailey Transue, Monica Williams & Taylor Yada

INDONESIANS AT LMU Michelle Aditjokro, Cheryl Crystal Chiquita, Winston Gautama, Patricia Gunadi, Janet Kusuma, Kevin Tjhung Yesaya Mulia, Cheryl Pidono, Arvin Sutedja, Ira Tio, Matthew Tjong & Devina Unjoto

IEEE CLUB Justin Aleman, Muhammad Alqarzai, Jacob Baba, Brandon Blau, Stephen Board, Chris Bugarin, Josh Burger, Chelsea Camacho, Eileen Choe, Andre De Leon, Jonathan De Rouen, Melissa Dougherty, Chris Franco, Ethan Fujioka, Joe Gorman, Max Hushahn, Cole Jetton, Justin Joseph, Seann Lau, John Maeher, Brayden Matsuzaki, Scott McDonald, Daniel McGrath, Alexxa Melendez, Allen Meng, Keola Ramirez, Sylvana Santos, Freddy Soltero, Oscar Valenzuela, Alejandra Vasquez, Roberto Ventura, Noah Verke, Kevin Villalobos & Huayang Zhang

ITALIAN AMERICAN CLUB Nunzio Bilotti, Elliot Britt, Phillip Gaines, Daniel Palladini & Anthony Sasso

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KAPPA ALPHA THETA Amy Aceto, ilda Carly Agopian, Marina Aguerre, Brittany Aldredge, Mary Alverson, Olivia Amezcua, Lauren Andelin, Kathryn (Katie) Anderson, Lauren Arcolino, Emily Arnell, Anna Arnett, Siham (Sisi) Ayoub, Audrey Barber, Dina Bashoura, Alexandra (Alex) Beck, Tatum Behrens, Mary Catherine Bishop, Abigail (Abbey) Bland, Samantha (Sam) Blaz, Regan Borges-Burr, Alexandra (Lexi) Butler, amantha utter eld Kathryn (Katie) Calo, Christie Calucchia, Julia Campion, Emma Chew, Alyssa Chudy, Ashley Curry, Aminah Dabdoub, Mia Dabdoub, Kylee Dashefsky, Katie Davis, Kimberly (Kaytee) Dobbs, Tippy Dringman, Emma Ebers, Rachel Farnan, Cassady Farris, Laurelle Field, Niki Flocas, Allyson (Ally) Frazier, Marley Freygang, Jamie Fyfe, Kathryn (Kitty) Garcia, Alexandra (Alex) Gassner, Katherine (Katie) Gonzalez, Jane Goodwin, Katarina (Kat) Guinaldo, Kaitlin Gutierrez, Alexis Hadjarpour, Deann Haight, Chloe Hall, Cynthia Hamidi, Blair Hamilton, Margaret Hartmann, Nicole Hatzakis, Sloane Hennington, Adrienne Herkes, Rachel Hicks, Stacey Japhta, Amelia Jay, Alexis (Lexie) Jehue, Katherine (Katie) Johnson, Kelli Johnson, Madison Joseph, Hannah Kirkpatrick, Matylda Kitka, Nicole Kokaska, Lena Koumetz, Brooke Kudelski, Michelle Laiolo, Julia Lanman, Sierra Layton, Hailey Lederer, Megan Lee, Amber Lenniger, Samantha Littrell, Vivian Luther, Chandler Mader, Sydney Majd, Elizabeth (Ellie) Martorano, Chelsea Masri, Abigail (Abby) Miller, Anastasia (Ana) Montoya, Marisa Moreno, Morgan Mostrom, Mackenzie (Mac) Mulder, Meghan Murphy, Julia Murray, Jayden Murrieta, Camryn Nakano, Dana Nakashima, Sonia Nersesian, Megan Newell, Sarah Nicolas, Aisea Odencrantz, Annie Oliver, Julia Palmer, Jasmine Parekh, Celia Penney, Lauren Pennington, Katie Perez-Perez, Lindsey Peterson, Jayne Philbin, Sophia Pruett, iffan Przybyla, Nicole (Nikki) Rathbone, Sarah Reach, Bianca Red Arrow, Ashley Rehder, Anna Roccucci, Hannah Rock, Claudia Rodriguez Franco, Allie Mae Rosehill, Danielle Rosh, Catherine Rothans, Ashley Rushing, Neeley Russell, Julia Sacco, li a eth i ie chaff Holly Scherner, Sophie Shook, Shelby Silva, Regan Smith, Tamara Sneider, Courtney Sprouse, Kelsey Squarcia, Andrea (Andy) Stefan, Kassia (Kassi) Stephenson, Izzy Stroobandt, Charlie Tavormina, Anna Thompson, Alanna Thurman, Catherine Trefzger, Taryn Ungaro, Evelina Van Norden, Kate Wilson, Jennifer Woodbury, Carissa Yee, Samantha Yip & Emily (Scotty) Zech

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Mansoor AlShiha, Adam Alvarez, Charlie Carpenter, Luke Chapman, Hogan Chen, Spencer Colburn, Parker Costin, Ryan DeBlaey, Michael Del Santo, Valente Dolcini, Matthew Dolegowski, Keaton Ebner, Merlin Evans, Gabriel Ferrasse, Nathaniel Fredricks, Bryan Froderman, Jacopo Gaspardone, Cameron Hawkins, Joseph Hickey, Jamin Hines, ichael oe er Gary Hubl, JP Kaczor, Conor Keith, Paul Kim, Antoine Laurient, Brandon Lawler, Matthew Lynas, John Maehler, Cameron Maes, Michael Marguet, Matt Martinez, Michael McAuley, Lee McCrory, Shane McDonald, James McEnrue, Ben Menzer, Michael Messina, Andrew Miller, Mitchell Nunes, Shanay Patel, Miles Robinson, Josh Sale, Richard Schaefer, Steven Shepard, ri n mith Justin Villar, Alexander Wang, Justin Weisbloom & Troy Zarubin

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KUUMBA BEATZ Brynn Bodair, Taylor Cu, Justice Domingo, iffan (Tippy) Dringman, Cassidy Gempler, Andrew Gonzalez, Melanie Guan, Kayla Hampton, Daisha Johnson, Drew Lake, Stephanie Lee, Cynara Lightfoote, Ashley Rich, Rhett Spongberg, Courtney Sprouse, Moriah Tolliver & Carissa Yee

LASER SQUAD BRAVO Keiva Bradley, Kevin Dwyer, Eilise Guilfoyle, Gabrielle Kennedy, Carson Miller, Javier Navarro, Shannon O’Keefe, Mike McAuley Ian Salazar, Tristan Varma & Andrew York Not Pictured: Natasha Benham

KXLU 88.9FM LOS ANGELES Harley Astorga, Ricky Barocio, Stephanie Cervantes, Alexa Goldstein, Lily O’Brien and Braden Wells Not Pictured:Matt Higdon & Christoph Neumann

LATINO STUDENT UNION Claudia Alvarez, Victoria Arevalo Moreno, Matthew Arias, Alexandra B’Llamas-Reynoso, Nicolas Breceda, Fabio Cabezas, Matthew Calcanas, Mario Canchola, Desirae Canela, Isaac Cardenas, Andrea Carvajal, Mercedes Castro-Peñate, Clarissa Cerda, Hannah Christensen-Levy, Mario Cifuentes, Jimmy Crespin, Diana Delgado Cornejo, Maria Diaz, Cindy Dominguez, Kimberly Duarte, Izabel Duenas, Jorge Gamboa, Adrianna Garcia, Alejandra Garcia, Antonia Garcia, Jared Garcia, Jessica Gonzales, Amie Gonzalez, Isabel Gonzalez, Kiana Gums, Joel Gutierrez, Agueda Hernandez, Brian Infante, Imaury Jovel, Annalie Juan, Maya Lee, Keila Lopez, Kassandra Madrigal, Vandalena Mahoney, Edgar Marcial, Isabelle Marin, Carlos Martin del Campo, Ricardo Martin Del Campo, Athena Martinez, Diana Martinez, Oscar Martinez, o a artine Kevin Mazariegos, Luis Melendrez, Denise Mora, America Negrete, Diego Orozco, Briana Ortiz, Christopher Ortiz, Lizet Pacheco, Gustavo Padilla, Daniel Penuela, Andrei Pineda, Isabella Powers, Camila Prats, Ofelia Pulido, Jazmin Quezada, Brenda Quintanilla, Michelle Quintero, Daniel Ramirez, Larissa Ramirez, Marco Ramirez, Nataly Ramos, Jon Raymundo, Claire Restrepo, Christopher Reynoso, Samantha Rivera, Christian Roberts, Andrew Rodriguez, Raul Ruiz, Alexandra Saavedra, Mia Samson, Ericka Sandoval, Melissa Sandoval, Sabrina Sandoval, Jasmine Segovia, Michelle Simon, Eslie Telona, Byron Umana, Elizabeth Valdes, Angel Vazquez, Roberto Ventura & Gabrielle Zetino

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LION’S DEN Michael Armas, Siham Ayoub, Megan Bosveld, Mitchell Braun, Jessica Burns, Blake Colton, Lena Conlon, Henry Dadsetan, Austin Dias, Elizabeth Eisner, Lola Gaines, Jared Gencarella, Eilise Guilfoyle, Marcos Huerta, Kate Kamerman, Teddy Karrer, Michael Kirk, Cameron Knollenberg, Charley Lawver, Nick Le Gorrec, Erin Lewis, Nadia Lowe, Marina Marmolejo, Lauren Mauldwin, Tara Meregillano, Jordan Moore, Davis Nann, Brady Petrik, Sean Rose, Anna Sarno, Joanie Searle, Emily Sinsky, Chase Speicher, Christian Tiong-Smith, Olivia Twiford, Patrick Utz, Lindsay Varney, Alexa Walters & Cat Weiss Not Pictured: Maylon Day, Nico Gomez, Brian Grant, Mason Gray, Sarita Gulati, Gary Hubl, Sam Kamerman, Megan Karbowski, Frankie Karrer, Maddy Kochenderfer, Emma Lane, Matt Mackaness, Vandalena Mahoney, Jessica Makhlin, Lina Metcalf, Quinn Murphy, Andrew Nelson, Nick Pugliese, Anna Taricco & Kyle Zigan

LMU RUNNING CLUB Thomas Badart, Neyah Barbee, Michael Cazarez, Kaleigh Clougher, Nora Consani, Max Corman, Jimmy Crespin, Kathleen Cummings, Kate Dudek, Kevin Duong-Le, Eunice Gonzalez, Ryan Harpole, Rebecca Hauptman, Alfredo Hernandez, Emmely Canela, Kira Jatoft, Bridget Lewis, Bria Maltby, Angelica Ortega, Caroline Otten, Alicia Partnoy, Chris Perez, Haley Schlicht, Maddy Schwartz, Joan Spaulding, Ryan Steel, Leah Sullivan, Amy Weber & Callie Yahyavi

LIONS FOR VENICE FAMILY CLINIC Mitchell Braun, Katherine Collins, Blake Colton, Brenda Dimaya, Justina Esuola, Caroline Fukawa, Grace Johnson, Christina Light, Sydnie Maltz, Michaela Mertz, Lash Nolen, Katie North, Cris Ortiz, Sarah Peterson, Marissa Petralia, Cheyenne Tate, Anu Varshneya, Natalie Wilkie & Xaida Wright

LMU KYODAI Ji-Hong Ahn, Jennifer Chen, Marissa Cheng, Charlene Chow, Charlotte D’Evelyn, Dion Dang, Ian Dizon, Will Fuchs, Wesley In, Calla KelleyRenda, Jessica Lee, Bryant Lin, Tina Lu, Mika Maruoka, Yuka McGrath, Erika Negi, Abigail Pollak, Chrystal Shek, Nick Sunga, Jonathan Ting, Kyle Trinidad, Jojo Tu, Anton Vinokurov, Elissa Wallis & Alejandro Zapata

L.U.N.A Asa Allegra-Berger, Sonja Bales, Eva Baudler, Ben Bellevue, Alexandra B’Llamas-Reynoso, Harrison Brenner, Cam Bryan, Megan Burke, Matthew Calcanas, Angela Cardamone, Natalie Carmouche, Lu-ting (Sabrina) Chen, Shivain Chopra, Nora Consani, Monica De Jesu, Giovanni DiFranco, Mackenzie Drewe, Eva Enriquez, Alexia Filler, Maya Florin, Lindsey Fry, Annalise Gehling, Sophie Giessel, Danielle Goh, Arielle Green, Morgan Hoover, Maya Jablonowski, Ahmad Khalifeh, Christopher Lau, Sami Leung, Gaby Manashe, Kaitlyn McGloin, Macy McKeegan, Abby Medlin, Mattie Norman, Raeyvenne Parker, Morgan Penzella, Jayne Philbin, Katie Polk, Diana Raynes, Rachel Rosenfeld, Maxine Sakai, Ally Scarpa, Chrystal Shek, Anna Song, Joan Spaulding, Shivani Subramaniam, Leah Sullivan, Jordan Tabaldo, Daniella Villa, Maya Volpacchio, Albus Wang, Alyssa Weisblatt, Kyra Westerber, Parker Williams & Emma Wynn

MAGIS Adam Akopyan, Emmett Barnes, Austin Bruns, Joseph Cahn, Mario Canchola Jr., Eric Carles, Eric Chavoya, Taylor Cu, Marco Dell’Oro, Facundo Gonzalez, Cameron Gray, Jared Gencarella, Rad Guhit, Vincent Hayward, Jack Hicks, Brian Hizon, Chris Jaime, Eugene Kim, Rogers Li, Trenton Mathison, Thomas Matthews, Luis Mendez, Marcus Nordstrom, Danico Pidlaoan, James Pratt, Marco Ramirez, Del Smith, Emmanuel Talusan, Hayden Tanabe, Alfredo Telona, Alexander Turk, Ryan Urban, Alexander Valazquez, Delon Villanueva, Jackson Watkins, Ian Wiedenman, Zach Williams & Mateen Zarekari

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MANE ENTERTAINMENT Sonja Bales, Kate Bianco, Kaley Bunce, Dale Campo, Jordan Coley, Adam Greger Mo Haley, Kelly Harris, Lexi Haskins, Uakea Jose, Cory Kaaukai, Emma Keneipp, Emma Ketchum, Jonathan Kokotajlo, Claire Lanuza, Amanda Lazzarone, Annika Lmumane, o a Martinez, Ella McMahan, Madi Michel, Lana Miller, Matt Molina, Luke O’Connor, Brooke Piedra, Christian Roman, Daniel Schniepp, Lucas Haskell Starbuck, Ryan Vosper, Mallory Wackerman & Marisa Witmore

MECHA DE LMU Alfonso Alvarez, Lash Nolen, Ray Andrade, Carlos Mesa Baron, Antonio De Loera Brust, Mario Canchola, Diana Delgado Cornejo, Isabella Dennis, Mekleit Dix, Justine Dominguez, Tatiana Estrada, Noemi Fernandez Luna, Carrie Fishbane, Dr. Alma Flores, Ruth Gomez, Lucia Gonzalez, Patricia Gutierrez, o a ernande Nefertari Hernandez, Betssy Jauregui, Annalie Juan, Karla Larranaga, Maya Lee, Jessica Legaspi, Lydia Lopez Wolfe, Chris Lorenzo, Isabelle Marin, Athena Martinez, Emely Morales, Michael Muñoz, Diana Murillo, Bri Ortiz, Eduardo Pablin, Gustavo Padilla, Daniel Penuela, Nelson Peralta, Paige Prevost, Jazmin Quezada, Kanoa Quigg, Brenda Quintanilla, Michelle Quintero, Larissa Ramirez, Daniel Ramirez, Mariana Ramirez, Austin Raymundo, Diego Rentsch, Christopher Reynoso, Dr. Claudia Sandoval, Ericka Sandoval, Jasmine Segovia, Tabitha Theard, Angel Vazquez & Veronica Yepiz

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MARIANS Haley Backdahl, Emily Canas, Edenne Chen, Leah Daniel, Ashley Dargert, Katie Daw, Natalia Dibbern, Jackie El-Sokkary, Justina Esuola, Alejandra Garcia, Cierra Gilmore, Priyanka Gupta, Paige Hval, Kendall Johnson, JasMin Khoe, Grace Lide, Keila Lopez, Daniella Maldonado, Diana Martinez, Janessa Mendoza, Valeria Muñoz, Cassandra Nickles, Lizet Pacehco, Samantha Parham, Kaila Patrick, ana a nger Victoria Rodriguez, Emma Spiekerman, Anindita Varshneya, Ileana Vior-Quintanilla, Cassandra Vitacco, Megan Wilton, Ruby Wong, Katherine Wright & Xaida Wright

MEN’S CLUB SOCCER Thierry Baldacci, Austin Barger, Kea Braekman, Justin Carpenter, Jack Dempster, Victor Diaz, John Fredericks, Juan Garayalde, Zach Goldstein, Nunya Gozey, Hayato Hori, Federico Israel, Chase Jenkins, Antoine Martel, Sean Nevin, James Penner, Cameron Peterson, Brenden Price, Lucas Reiner, Zachary Rouleau, Corey Schirmer, Andrew Schmidt, Matthew Williamson, Jake Woodlee, Jacob Wymetalek & Armaan Zare

MBA STUDENT ASSOCIATION Katie Airey, Chris Alexander, Lee Anderson, Timon Birkhofer, Jon Dell, Antione Dixon, Justine Martinez, Kaila Murphy, Brian Paggao, Janelle Pass, Nathalie Saededdin, Evan Tan, Megan Trott & Lindsay Western

MEN’S CLUB VOLLEYBALL Edward Bachoura, Greg Blanchard, Raleigh Burk, Trevor Cotterel, Angelo DeRosa, William Hohorst, Justin Joseph, Edward Karrer, Aldridge Khin, Kegan Lawrence, Ian Lizarda, Jared Lyons, Lief Merlino, Joshua Ocana, Dane Pederson, Joey Rovetto, Tommy Scully & Mark Thompson

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OR O O O R Sydney Adams, Harman Brah, Marisa Carino, Genesis Cruz, Victorria Dau, Michael Dea, Justina Esuola, Alexys Garcia, Malachi Green, Milagro JeanMarie-Tucker, Allison Leggett, Phyo Maung, Nathalie Ngwana, LaShyra Nolen, Udochi Nwosu, Karina Orozco, Muhammad Tar, Naomi Tesfaiohannes, Vanessa Williams, Xaida Wright & Makeen Yasar

MOCK TRIAL ASSOCIATION Matthew Abell, Andrew Brown, Dominic Budetti, Jordyn Calhoun, Matthew Carraher, Reeyah Chopra, Stephany Davydov, Senay Emmanuel., Zarrin Haque, Devin Kellett, Alden Lundy, Alex Meek, Sophie Meisburger, Austin Raymundo, Sydney Riess, Sara Sobolev, Anna Song & Andre Yip

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS Arman Akhenaton, Erinn Crowell, Kamara DeMesma, Kevin Jordan, Christina Light, Imani Martin, Taylor Mercado, Jordan Sanders, Shari Smith & Kesterlyn Wilson

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF COLLEGIATE SCHOLARS Exec board: Shelby Butler-Santiel, Ma’at Hembrick, Cassandra Yearwood, Lauren Delisle & Mia Clark

NA KOLEA Geena Akahoshi, Jacob Baba, Catherine Bautista, Rachel Caruso, Melannie Ching, Ethan Chun, Brandon Domingo, Chase Dugay, Nikki Formoso, Jake Fujimoto, Ethan Fujioka, Paul Gagorik, Miranda Gilbert, Bryson Hamada, Taylor Hamai, Jamie Higa, Teddy Hisa, Rachel Inafuku, Lauren Jyo, Jordan Kim, Matthew Kishaba, Justin Kurihara, Raphael James Lamarca, Alyssa Lau, Kyra Lizama, Taylor Ann Masuda, Reed Morgan, Liam Namba, Jenna Nishida, Keila Osugi, Brenden Park, Michael Saito, Kelly Sano, Kriston Sasaki, Gabe Shimizu, Nicole Stacey, Michael Suehisa, Aly Sumida, Davin Takanishi, Julia Tanabe, Gavin Toy, Jordan Udom, John Van Dyke, Jensen Vinca & Troy Young

NIKKEI STUDENT UNION Celine Alvarado, Eva Apple, Fatima Beck, Christina Belisario, Bradley Burt, Dion Dang, Brenda Dimaya, Ian Dizon, Nikki Formoso, Ethan Fujioka, Grace He, Megan Hokama, Teddy Hsia, Samantha Kim, Jin Kim, Kai Laughlin, Jessica Lee, Jamie Higa, Rogers Li, Bryant Lin, Erin Ochikubo, Michael Saito, Kelly Sano, Chrystal Shek, Luke Shinoda, Nick Sunga, Charisse Tanedo, Jonathan Ting, Edward Tran, Jojo Tu, Kelli Wong, Katie Yee & Marissa Yonamine

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NOTETORIOUS Jaret Balba, Lauren Cetnarowski, Jack Foley, Rachel Haik, David Hassel, Darren Hodges, Tyler Johnson, Alex Luce, Michael Mahacek, Jessica Mahklin, Matt Mangione, Kay McAnally, Priscilla Moreno, Colin Boppell. Caroline O’Donnell, Brady Palubiski, Devon Rosenberg & Eden Rousso

PHI DELTA THETA Derick Ackerley, Gustavo Alza, Varun Dutt, Matthew Kloyda, Justin Kuntarodjanjun, Caspian Lewke, Travis Liggett, Isai Lopez, Nate McCabe, Alex Napior, Britton Olle, eff al er Jordan Arredondo, T. Peter Berquist, Nicolas Breceda, Carl Cooper, Erick Estrada, Corey Hambly, Gabriel Likens, Cole Peterson, Jake Provencher, Harman Deol, Daniel Dols, Ryan Hartnett, Benjamin Kunz, Michael Mudy, Danico Pidlaoan, Matthew Rodriguez, Freddy Soltero, Derrick Bui, Thomas May, Anthony Prodis & Cole Rosso

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OPERATION SMILE Jessica Ann Aquino, Alec Baktamian, Benjamin Brenkwitz, Austin Brightwell, Christa Demos, Hailey Dodson, Taylor Ellis, Eduardo Encina, Alexis Fenster, Caroline Fukawa, Kaitlin Fusco, Marisol Gonzalez, Erin Griley, ichael oe er Kristen Horstmann, Lovepreet Kaur, Sarah Kodama, Grace Kripal, Ava Lekander, Christina Light, Michaela Mertz, Raven Odian, Morgan Renaud, Ryan Rickards, Sarah Roa, Alina Sargsyan, Delilah Simon, Maor Swisa, Muhammad Tar, Carleen Tse & Nikolas Victoria

PI BETA PHI Lindsay Adams, Madison Aguilera, Brittany Amber, Ariana Asgarian, Melissa Banks, Elizabeth Bardos, Victoria Baxter, Jessica Bedewi, Brittany Beery, Natasha Behnam, Courtney Bell, Bri Berkhout, Kayla Bierei, Danielle Blackhart, Sarai Bogoratt, Diana Boyle, Bailey Chatwin, Rashi Chhajed, Eileen Choe, Donna Chung, Alexandra Cooper Elena Creixell, Kelsey Crispeno, Brielle Cruz-Vega, Eva Crystal, Emily Cuzner, Christa Demos, Rebecca DePalma, Alyssa Desmond, McKenzie Dodge, Lauren Eagan, Alexis Ekaireb, Blaire Epstein, Alexis Fenster, Michelle Fong, Jessica Gabor, Christina Galajan Madeline Gali, Michelle Gilbertson, Stephanie Gimenez, Hayley Goell, Alanna Granados, Sarita Gulati, Erica Gustafson, Christina Hacobian, Rachel Haik, Rachel Harris, Abigail Healey, Erica Heded, Hutten Heinsberg, Clara Hill, Sabrina Hill, Morgan Hinshaw, Kelty Hori, Kristen Horstmann, Rebecca Hunsberger, Alexa Iwatani, Caroline Jacquet, Luana Jury-Fogel, Emma Keneipp, Emma Ketchum, Mouna Kezbar, Chloe Kim, Stephanie Kireopoulos, Marissa Kitazumi, Daryn Kuhlman, Amanda Lazzarone Rachel Leisten, ale oe er Amanda Lopez, Jessie Lucero, Patricia Lynch, Mariah Maglalang, Marina Marmolejo, Kiera Maroney, Erin Mekhitarian, Marina Menchero, Erin Migaki, Amanda Miller, Madeline Miller, Carson Miller, Sophie Minteer, Isabel Minzer, Katherine Mitchell, Megan Mitchell, Leah Morris, Mackenzie Murray, Avni Nadar, Sophie Nelson, Sabrina O’Reilly, Anna Pasano, Courtney Perry, Caitlin Pigott, Natalie Pita Karley Porras, Mia Rand, Alexandra Randazzo, Kathryn Randolph, Jordan Raymond Lauren Regan, Caitlyn Rei, Chelsea Renner, Laura Rouiller, Sophia Sanchez, Scarlett Sanchez, Eviania Santy, Allison Sarbaum, Samantha Sarria, Sophia Scattaglia, Emilia Shelton, Fiona Shorrock, iffan idne Leah Spitz, Kaitlyn Spousta, Mady Starr, Alexis Straiten, Emily Sweet, Lindsey Thompson, Erica Tietz, Kealani Tirona, Rebecca Toy, Jocelyn Trainer, Laura Valdepenas, Jasmijn Van Bruggen, Naomi Vieira, Emelia Vierra, Emilie Vieweg, Kristen Wagner, Natalie Waite, Hannah Want, Lauren Weir, Madeline Wiegel, Morgan Wilkins, Chandler Wright & Abby Zimmerman

PHI ALPHA DELTA Marley Abbott, Argu Arkan, Christina Azoian, Veronica Banez, Megan Behar, Abigail Bland, Kyle Clark, Samantha Davis, Heather Domingo, Lauren Eagan, Christina Galajan, Cleopatra Gray, Alfredo Hernandez, Antonia Horlick, Emily Jordan, Trevor King, Jessica Legaspi, Samantha Littrell, Brianna Medina, Jayna Ortiz, Anna Pasano, Victoria Ramirez, Chelsea Salonga, Emilia Shelton, Nicole Sordello, Dominique Stango, Radhika Swaminarayan, Kelli Wong, Yi Ning Wong & Troy Young

POWER Melanie Altamirano, Bri Berkhout, Alex Cheng, Lindsey Fry, Elena Garcia, Emily Guerra, Caroline Jacquet, Stephanie Kireopoulos, Ali Oswald, o a edra a Jordan Pittsey, Jessica Purnell, Sanjna Sama, Kaykay Scotto, iffan idne Randi Stecki, Summer Taylor, Natalie Waite & Marissa Yonamine

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PROGRAM ASSISTANTS Seanna Duong, Daniel Juarez, Josh Kuroda, Katie North & Marissa Yocham

RESILIENCE Quinn Bailey, Matthew Calcanas, Diana Delgado Cornejo, Antonio De Loera, Lucia Gonzalez, Nefertari Hernandez, Betssy Jaregui, Lydia Lopez Wolfe, Chris Lorenzo, Isabelle Marin, Athena Martinez, Bri Ortiz, Daniel Penuela, Diego Rentsch, Andrew Rodriguez, Jasmine Segovia, A.J. Smith, Mariana Ugalde, Cass Vitacco, Jimmy Vivar & Alejandro Zapata

PRSSA Dalton Green, Lauren Wesseln, Nina Antony, Holly Schow, Alexandra B’Llamas-Reynoso, Robert Crane, Kayla Hefter, iffan Parham, Lauren Holmes, Emily Erves, Parisa Loftis, Aubrey Fischer, Nathalie Rubin, Kathryn Sobierajski, Meredith Kurey, Madelyn Rollofson, Quinn Heinrich, eoffre hao Jillian Kane, Rachel Hanley, Welela Makonnen, Maclaine Westendorf & Anastasia Rivera-Hackley

RADIX DANCE CLUB Alfred Jordan Arizala, Allyson Aranez, Brionna Banks, Christopher Bugarin, Jared Soliman, Kristen Ninonuevo, Lawren Saunders, Lindsay Grosvenor, Marissa Yonamine, Miani Harkey, Martin Cabatic, Meghan Sillivos, Ann Warque, Parker Charles, Sagar Patel, Marissa Ooi & Jordan Kim

ROAR STUDIOS Sean Brennan, Sophie Callaway, Nicole Bryant, Gillian Boss, Haley Chung, Julie Everakes, Garrison Asma, Eden Rousso, Agatha Keeley, Sophia Giessel, o a assid Gabrielle de Boucaud, Aoife Tejada, Abby Braccia, John Selby, Mattie Norman, Douglas Sullivan, Morgan Hinshaw, Pascal Sambor, Nicholas Sy, Mark Matheu, Sonja Bales, Morgan Hoover, Kevin Slowey, Ciara Freeman, Ryan Burke, Paisley Sutton, Megan Marshall, Ayla Khoshaba, Nolan Jacobs Walker & Anushka Tyagi

SAVE Kaitlyn Cheung, Jessica Fong, Jack Hicks, Dru Milligan, Emily Moody, Annie Shane, Alfredo Telona, Jackson Watkins & Meghan White

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SCUBA CLUB Taylor Bagnall, Kate Collins, Amanda Neri, Sarah Peterson, Eric Robinson, Lisa Strawbridge & Arden Terry

SIGMA LAMBDA BETA Mario Canchola, Jared Garcia, Gustavo Padilla, Nelson Peralta, Marco Ramirez, Salvador Sanchez, Alexander Silva & Juan Vazquez

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SEEDS BUSINESS ACCELERATOR Gabriel Blake, Martin Cabatic, Zachary Calilung, Rayne Crossen, Andrew Fielding, Victor Frolov, Adam Greger, J.B. Morris, Adrian Rodriguez, Eli Shumway, rett i ing Masaki Takamatsu, Matthew Tejada, Alejandra Vasquez, Richard Walker, James Wilcox, Aaron Wong, Jacob Wymetalek & Huayang Zhang

SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA Cindy Dominguez, Itzel Estrada, Samantha Franco, MariaCarolina Gomez, Ruth Gomez, Alanis Gonzalez, Vinkya Hunter, Catherine Lozano, Vanessa Martin, Jacqueline Martinez, Jaylene Menjivar, Brenda Quintanilla, Asuzena Roads, Melissa Sandoval, Lauren Sutherlin, Kathryn Thompson, Lydia Lopez Wolfe & Alex Zamora

SIGMA CHI Carlos Alonso, Austin Antillon, Tomas Arellano, JJ Arnold, Hank Barenbord, Nate Barrett, Brett Beljak, Paul Bienaime, Colin Boppell, Adam Dankowski, Lucas Delfs, Jordan Detamore, Sam Dorfman, Sean Elmurib, Liam Finck, Blake Freeman, Nick Funches, Augie Gamba, Christian Glosser, Alex Golden, Nicolas Gorrec, Jackson Harris, Daniel Juarez, Shadi Kaileh, Matthew Keyes, Stephen Krause, Matt Lasley, Tommy Lyons, Adrian Mayer, Grant Mello, Jacob Molloy, Kevin Montoya, Kevin Paynter, Cole Ramseyer, Lamont Reeves, Stephen Schaap, John Selby, Grant Sexton, Will Sitzman, Andy Spangenberg, Lucas Starbuck, Matt Staugaard, Rui Tao, Nick Ventigan, Aga Widjojo, Harry Wong, Jacob Wymetalek & Kyle Zigan

SIGMA PHI EPSILON alal l aira Connor Anthony, Michael Arbanas, Konrad Asprodites, Austin Barger, Andrew Bartko, Christopher Bengtsson, Henry Bond, William Brant, Connor Burris, Patrick Carley, Jason Cellars, Kyle Clark, Jack Eason, Tyler Farrar, Thomas Felke, Thomas Ferree, Christopher Fiala, Christian Fiechtner, William Fischer, Robert Fretz, William Fulco, Christopher Fumia, Grant Gadbois, John Geiran, Zachary Goldstein, Edward Gresham, Cullin Haden, Nathan Hall, Brian Hamada, Kevin Hamilton, Emil Jabbour, Emil Jabbour, Ryan Johnson, James Krzyminski, Nathan Lampl, Andrew Malekie, Brandon Malekie, Mark Manjardi, Stephen Matoesian, William Mieling, Filip Mietka, Casey Moore, Marcus Alburez Myers, Jackson Myers, Alexander Negri, Andrew Nelson, Matthew Novotny, William Okamoto, Matthew Parsons, Benjamin Perillo, Anthony Puterman, Jeronimo Ramirez, Shane Richards, Mihir Samdarshi, Joseph Screen, Shaun Seah, Matthew Sheridan, Erich Sheridan, Ryan Shrager, Ben Shultz, rett i ing Lorenzo Sisti, Riley Smith, Cullen Smith, Eric Steger, Salvatore Tarantino, Christian Vien, Jake Vitta, Robert Wagner, Zachary Walker, Samuel Walters, Matthew Welch, John Luke Widman & Jake Woodlee

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SISTERS IN SOLIDARITY rielle rum eld Megan Castillo, Taylor Clark, Mia Clark, Megan Copeland, Christiana Davis, Bobbi DePriest, Jalyn Eaton, Lex Eka, Sarah Hamilton, Allegra Hennington, Kenzie Hunt, Sara Itagaki, Courtney Johnson, Saba Kinfe, Carlyn Lackey, Jaida Mackin, DeLissa Madere, Vandalena Mahoney, Kilan McCardie, Simone Scott, Selena Shannon, Stephanie Smith, Carmen Walker, Kapri Washington, Amber Webb & Tasneem Zarroug

SPANISH CLUB Mario Canchola, Samantha Franco, Antonia Garcia, Ruth Gomez, Alanis Gonzalez, Annalie Juan, Diana Martinez, Gustavo Padilla, Marco Ramirez, Christopher Reynoso & Angel Vasquez

SOCIETY OF HISPANIC PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS Claudia Alvarez, Adam Betancourt, Nicolas Breceda, Gustavo Castillo, Carlos Martin del Campo, Ricardo Martin Del Campo, Luis Guevara, Vaughn Hartling, Aida Lopez, Keila Lopez, Edgar Marcial, Valeria MuĂąoz, Gustavo Padilla, Bryan Palomino, Jacqueline Placencia, Dean Tina Choe (Seaver), Alfredo Telona & David Valencia

SPECIAL GAMES Rachel Askenazi, Matthew Calcanas, Delaney Carter, Kaleigh Clougher, Adrianna Garcia, Alanna Granados, Edward (Ned) Gresham, Jenna King, Olivia Oreskovich, Alexa Payne, Sydnee Templer, Spencer Tombari & Christina Yi Not pictured: Anne Munson

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SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS Marissa Alvarez, Claudia Alvarez, Mary Alverson, Sarah Bernskoetter, Adam Betancourt, Michael Bonaratti, Emily Carlson, Eileen Choe, Erinn Crowell, Emily Cuzner, Ally Davis, Carrie Deline, Natalia Dibbern, Melissa Dougherty, Alicia Esquivel, Karlie Garrity, Sara Gibson, Emma Hausafus, Jingmei Heim-MacLeod, Ericson Hernandez, Anna Hodgson, Elizabeth Horejsi, Loren Johnson, Keely Jones, Salma Kamal, Aaishah Kelani, Sara Kim, Keila Lopez, Aida Lopez, Taylor Mercado, Leonora Meroth, Cassie Nickels, Jacob Orlita, Julia Owaidat, Carleen Petrosian, Sunshine Saucedo, Olivia Schimmels, Raina Schuler, Theresa Siri, Greg Smith, Mackenzie Tjogas, Alejandra Vasquez, Amy Weber, Natalie Wieber, Makaela Wiederin, Madeline Wiegel & Cristina Zebeljan

SPECIAL OLYMPICS Lauren Andelin, Ashley Armsby, Henry Bond, Kimberly Dobbs, Kamryn Margaret and Lexi Butler Not Pictured: Ryan Frizzelle, Edward Gresham, David Hawkins, Savannah Jones, Kyle Kaminsky, William Mingrone, Grant Pennel, iffan r la Jeronimo Ramirez, Edward Roxas, Leo Screen, Matthew Sheridan, Ryan Shrager, Mitch Sigesmund, Chico Sumaya, Matt Takeuchi & Charity Waddy

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STEAMHOUSE COMEDY CLUB Armando Byrd, Emily Forest, Pavel Frantsen, Sarah Hamilton, James Heissner, Sami Jalel, Christopher Lorey, Bryce Lutz, Jacob Mccar, Jacob McCarthy, ri n hillippi David Techman, Moriah Tolliver & Michael Zhang Not Pictured: Tyler Faison & Jim Kearney

STUDENTS FOR LABOR AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE Brenda Hernandez, Ruth Gomez, Patricia Gutierrez & Michelle Quintero

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STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Lauren Akin, Jon Beck, Luke Bohuslav, Branden Estrada, Jill Farley, Zach Gleason, Kiana Harpstrite, Madi Hodgkins, Jackie Johnson, Bradley Kritzer, Maddie Lipkowitz, Lukas Moenter, Danielle Nunez, Lauren Owens, Lia Porcelli, Eric Reitmeir, Anna Romeka, Tatijana Sheikhan & Ari St.Oegger

STUDENTS SUPPORTING ISRAEL Destiny Barnes, Simon Brauner, Alyssa Bruell, Charlene Chow, Christina Christou, Phil Cohen, Jonathan De Rouen, Adan Duarte, Julie Everakes, Sarah Fatemi, Dylan Fox, Mark ar n le Cameron Gray, Yvette Hakimi, Christopher Hill, Evan Jost, Paige Kulberg, Liat Lieberman Tabachnik, Isabel Maddahi, Sydnie Maltz, Sarah Markowitz, Lauren Newman, Jessica Perez, Jordan Phillips, Noel Rabina, Eden Rousso, Ethan Shirian, Leah Spitz, Larry Sprott, Erica Tietz, Hannah Washington, Ashley Yashar & Ariel Zarnikian

STUDENT ATHLETE MENTORS Lauren Akin, Brittany Aldredge, Alex Bourgeois, Marissa Bryant-Manago, Emily Carman, Miles Chow, Reagan Denny, Branden Estrada, Elena Garcia, Madi Hodgkins, Emily Hubert, Katie Hungerford, Tamara Jovanovic, Maddie Lipowitz, Makenzie Cast, Christian Marquez, Kristi Mikami, Lukas Moenter, Briar Murphy, Veronica Nederend, Dannie Nunez, Anna Romeka, a ie an lippo Mary Schell, Tatijana Sheikhan, Andrée Velasco, Bianca Velasco & Tori Yee

SURF CLUB Marissa Alvarez, Alexandra B’Llamas-Reynoso, Quinn Murphy, David Niles, Luke O’Connor, Chris Thoman & Grant Thornburgh

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SURSUM CORDA Anson Adams, Mariana Alifa, Jose Alvarado, Claudia Alvarez, Lynsey Amore Alvarenga, Talia Baugnon, Phillip Coney, Katrina Crosby, Keith Davis, Sabrina Dendle, Alexander Dulak, Brooke Duplantier, Kyle Fowler, Alexa Garster, Karly Garster, Julia Guillen, Kelly Hunter, Jackie Hutchison, ine Grace Johnson, Kayla Kaufman, Lauren Kelly, Emily Kilby, Madison Korbel, Janine Leano, Christopher LeMieux, Alexandra Luce, Ryan Manning, Daniel McGrath, Kate Menefee, Lowell Morris, Rishaun Narayan, Anna Nason, Kevin Nguyen, Margaret O’Neil, Angelica Ortega, Matthew Petersen, Jenna Peterson, Diana Raynes, Jordan Rehbock, Nishan Silva, Emily Simso, Allison Thornton, Priscilla Torres, Maria Ullmann, Tim Vassallo, Carlo Vasquez, Keelan Williams & Emma Wynn

THE LOYOLAN Audrey Barber, Michael Barreto, Talia Baugnon, Joseph Bellavia, Evan Biancardi, Justine Biondi, Gillian Boss, Sophie Broide, Caroline Burt, Christie Calucchia, Julia Campion, Katie Chadwick, Kevin Chan, Kellie Chudzinski, Robert Crane, Samantha Davis, Alicia de Mello, Ariane (Taylor) Gage, Jackie Galvez, Matt Gaydos, Natalie Godby, Ryan Hartnett, Aja Hoggatt, Lauren Holmes, Epiphany Hulburd, Cory Hutchinson, Riis Irving-Peterson, Liz Jurek, Megan Karbowski, Sophie Kaslow, Hannah Kim, Janine Leano, Gia Lee, Eric Lee, Casey Lee, Samantha (Sami) Leung, Alexander Lorenz, Ashley Ma, Meghan Mariani, Michael Mariscal, Tor Marom, Maddy (Madeline) Mary, Jaqueline McCool, Gracie McManus, o a eri alde Victoria Arevalo Moreno, Jason Munoz, Khanh-Van Isabel Ngo, Emily Noriega, Monica Oda, Cara Olson, Briana Ortiz, Tygre Patchell-Evans, Emily Rawson, Hayden Regalado, Matthew Rodriguez, Olivia Round, Olivia Sikora, Jack Slater, Ria Sodha, Clay Sontag, Sophia Stroud, Matthew Williams, Alexandra Witter, Xian Wong & Cameron Woodard

TAU BETA PI ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY Justin Aleman, Christopher Bouey, Michael Buonarati, aitlin orff Nathan Droivold, Steve Gao, Andrés Lazo Hernández, Seann Lau, Cassandra Nickles & Adrian Rodriguez Not Pictured: Paul Gagorik

THE ONE NIGHT STANZAS Juan Bernal, Bridger Caicedo, Kameryn Carbone, Karlie Carbone, Justin Deninger, Jacquelyn Galvez, Samantha Geier, Madison Hansen, ameron auffman Megan Lee, Delaney Malm, Jonah Nelson, Daniel Ostrander, Brady Petrik, Elissa Pierce, Christian Roman, Majeed Sadiq-Adamu & Luke Shinoda Not Pictured: Benjamin Kern & Emma Whitley

THE CAGE Ben Brenkawitz, Samantha Curtis, Ryan Haley, Quinn Heinrich, atric offman Madi Holtzman, Sabrina Kohmann, Selin Ozkan & Kevin Ryan

TOASTMASTERS Laura Beth Geraghty, Chris Alexander, Sayantika Boral, Leonardo De Haro, D. Antoine Dixon, Jessica Ashley Dy, Saiseban Omar, Brian Paggao, Taylor Partin, Héctor Blanes Pomares, Evan Tan, Hannah Judi True, Amanda Rae Vysel & Amy Weber

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TOWER YEARBOOK Mali McGuire, Elena Garcia, Emily Hubert, Talia Baugnon, Vanessa Gomez, Ralph Patacsil, Chris Santander, Mika Ventura, Austin Martinez, Hannah Wohlenberg, Alex Lior, Jordan McLennan, Cristina Pintor, Patrick Reilly, Sheriden Groves, Shannon McCarty & Danielle Nunez

R EPSILON DELTA CHAPTER Rulla Al-khayat, Matthew Allegretti, Phillip Coney, Makenzie Cook, Carolyn Egekeze, Nicole Infantino, Betssy Jauregui, Matylda Kitka, Deborah Lee, Sarah Pardi, Anna Savage, Nika Vafadari, Karina Vescio, Lesley Victorino, Angelina Watson & Anna Yager

WELLNESS EDUCATORS Hannah Caruso, Melissa Gavilanes, Kelsey Ito, Sabrina Kohmann, Erin Lewis, Amanda Ordaz & Anna Rizza

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WOMEN’S CLUB SOCCER Hailee Brown, Bre Clapp, Nora Cosani, Genesis Cruz, Alyssa Desmond, Sally Elton, Nina Erquiaga, Jackie Hutchison, Bailey Jennings, Grace Kirpal, Kathryn Kocher, Megan McCord, Erin Schwartz, Nhandi Scott, Cristina Trevino, Annie Winton, Harper Woker & Coach Robyn Kobayashi

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WOMEN’S CLUB VOLLEYBALL Alyson Beaulieu, Hannah Beskind, Destinee DuBose, Kayla Flores, Claire Garrison, Abigail Healey, Nicole Honda, Kelty Hori, Michaela Johnson, Frankie Karrer, Cassie Lopez, Heather Lowell, Rainey Lynch, Kimberly Rochard, Katy Sanchez, Jia Talley & Shayna Yallaly

Christian Life Community (CLC) De Colores Vita AIMS Society Alpha Epsilon Delta American Society of Mechanical Engineers Animation Club sian aci c merican oalition Association of Computing Machinery Bike Club of LMU Black Student Union BPM EDM Club Chemistry Society Chinese Students & Scholars Association Cinema Club Climbing Club College Democrats College Republicans Colleges Against Cancer Do Something ECO Students Entertainment Industry Connection Network Finance Society Fire Prayer Group Global Zero Golf Club Hammock Club Harambee Heal Los Angeles INCOSE LMU Student Division Isang Bansa Lambda Pi Eta Latin Dance Club Latino Business Student Association Lions for Recovery LM-U Match LMUCLA Connection Men’s Basketball Club Men’s Club Baseball Men’s Club Lacrosse Men’s Ice Hockey Men’s Rugby

Men’s Water Polo Club Mixed Martial Arts Club Muay Thai & XMTA Association Muslim Student Association National Black Law Student Association: Pre-Law Division National Dance Eduation Organization Student Chapter On Another Note Oxfam America Club Phi Alpha Theta Phi Delta Phi Pre-Dental Society Pre-Health Post-Bacc Club Pre-Physician Assistant Club QED Club Rotaract Club Sigma Tau Delta: National English Honor Society Ski & Snowboard Club Student Brewing Club Student Veterans Organization Students Preserving Indian Culture Everywhere Swim Club Taiwanese American Student Association Teachers of Tomorrow Thinking With To Write Love On Her Arms Transfer Friends Ultimate LMU Underwings Praxis Women’s Club Basketball Women’s Club Lacrosse KLMU Intercultural Facilitators EMS Deja View Movie Lounge Lion Express The Loft Student Worker Program AB Fresh Squad TLC

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CONGRATULATIONS Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi (pictured) and Sigma Lambda Gamma earned rst place titles at Lip nc and troll- ff

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PERSPECTIVE ON LIP SYNC FROM A NON-GREEK

TAYLOR GAGE / STUDIO ARTS ‘19 Eternal pessimist and skeptic of the Greek system that I am, I somehow found myself going to the Greek Life Lip Sync and Stroll-Off event on Saturday night. As I settled into the hum of

CRAZY TRADITION

Gersten Pavilion, my only expectations were that I would likely be the least enthusiastic person there—the constant shrill screams in unison were already a little much for me. Alpha Chi Omega was the first sorority to

There were also some stand-out dance moves, including a plank push-up maneuver from Sigma Phi Epsilon, a crazy 3D wave from Delta

hit the stage with lighted signs, an impressive

Gamma that blew my mind and a reenactment of

amount of costume changes and Beyoncé and Kelly

Madonna’s iconic Vogue from Delta Sigma Phi.

Rowland impersonators. They brought the first of

Pi Beta Sigma, LMU’s newest fraternity,

many celebrity appearances that night with groups

also showed up to impress. Their comfortable

choosing to feature everyone from Lady Gaga to

confidence made them a fantastic addition to

Justin Bieber, and many, many more. A different

the event—and their arrival to campus marks

take on the common theme of celebrity cameos

an important step in LMU’s Greek Life diversity.

was Sigma Phi Epsilon’s story line of group therapy

The smaller, culturally-based organizations were

for one hit wonders. Similarly, Beta Theta Pi

also well represented, including Sigma Lambda

featured unique classic music with throwbacks like

Beta, with fancy footwork and complex clapping,

my personal favorites: Freddie Mercury and the

as well as Sigma Lambda Gamma, whose size did

White Stripes. It was during these performances

not detract from a performance that impressively

that I started to question my previous doubts. I was

filled the whole stage.

having fun, and I had mad respect for the people

And though I may not be running to join a

giving absolutely 100 percent of their effort to

sorority, I can appreciate the artistry and joy

these performances.

that is so essential to Lip Sync, and I left with

The commitment to this crazy tradition was

a greater understanding of what it means to go

the most exciting part of all. Props like Delta

Greek. It was great fun—truly. I even plan on

Zeta’s and Delta Delta Delta’s signs looked

going back next year. Congratulations to this

beautifully handmade and polished, and there

year’s first place winners, Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha

was creativity and originality in Delta Sigma Phi’s

Phi and Sigma Lambda Gamma.

YONCÉ ree s per orm to a spirited audience during the annual ip nc and troll ff ue ang tudio rts li ed the e onc overload in act ever time a ueen song lled ersten avilion ang would ell at the top o her lungs to proclaim that she should pro a l go ahead and oin that sororit

stairs and Beta Theta Pi’s sweet and unexpected lighting display.

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DESIGN

PHOTOS LOS ANGELES LOYOLAN

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GL GR EEK LIF E

BROTHERS & SISTERS

LMU’s 22 fraternities and sororities foster friendships, create opportunity for service and bring vibrance to campus life. DESIGN M. VENTURA / PHOTOS PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZATIONS

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ALPHA CHI OMEGA NIKKI FENMORE / BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP ‘19

“Alpha Chi Omega has given me the sisters I never had and the memories of a lifetime. We may not have it all together but together we have it all.”

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SELENA SHANNON / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘18

“By merit and culture, we strive and we do.”

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ALPHA PHI MARA LEY / ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ‘18

“Since day one Alpha Phi has been my home away from home. It has blessed me with sisters that I never had and has given me the ability to grow as a person. I am so honored to be able to represent such an amazing group of women.”

DELTA DELTA DELTA KRISTINA WATERS / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

“Being a part of Tri Delta has allowed me to grow into a . Our national motto is ‘Bring You,’ and I feel honored to lead an organi ation that uilds women s con dence by appreciating each member’s strengths.”

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DELTA GAMMA JACQUELINE M CCOOL / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

“For me, Delta Gamma is home. It is a support system, the most amazing friends I ever could have asked for who constantly inspire me to be the best version of myself, countless memories and without a doubt the best decision I ever could have made.”

DELTA ZETA LAUREN BROWN / POLITICAL SCIENCE ‘17

“Delta Zeta has become my family here at Loyola Marymount University. I am so honored to be the president of a group of strong, motivated, and amazing women and I have no doubt they will continue to strive for years to come on this campus.”

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KAPPA ALPHA THETA MADISON JOSEPH / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

“I know with 100 percent certainty that I would not be the person I am today without Kappa Alpha Theta. My sisters have inspired me and given me the courage to strive for accomplishments I had never before dreamed of achieving. Nothing could make me more proud than being able to lead such an amazing group of women. Theta Love and All of Mine!”

PI BETA PHI KELSEY CRISPENO / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ‘17

“Pi Beta Phi has encouraged me to serve passionately, grow constantly, and embrace each opportunity that presents itself. I could not be more honored to serve this incredible organization that has gifted me with lifelong friends and opportunities to be my best self and help others be their own amazing selves.”

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SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA VANESSA MARTIN / LIBERAL STUDIES ‘17

“It has been a privilege being a part of such an empowering, passionate and absolutely beautiful sisterhood. I am thankful for the sisters who have come before me and established the legacy we cherish today.”

BETA THETA PI RILEY DAWSON / MANAGEMENT ‘18

“Joining Beta Theta Pi has been one of the most rewarding decisions I’ve made in my life because it brought me many of my best friends. I have lived with Betas since joining and do not regret the decision one bit. I love my guys and am happy and humbled for them to have elected me as President this year.”

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ALPHA DELTA GAMMA JOEL HOMAN / COMPUTER SCIENCE ‘17

“If you have a brotherhood lasting more than 64 years, seek immediate medical treatment.”

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA MIKE HOEFLER/ ECONOMICS ‘18

“I think I speak for all of us in saying Lambda Chi has truly changed my life for the better. I cannot put into words the brotherhood that we share, but I look forward to growing old with these men that I have been so privileged to serve.”

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PHI DELTA THETA JORDAN ARREDONDO / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES & SPANISH ‘18

“I never joined this organization with the intent to be president, but being with the guys through our years of ups and downs, our immense growth in brotherhood, and through establishing this fraternity as a place we’re proud to call ‘ours,’ I couldn’t think of a greater honor than to lead my brothers through another year of greatness.”

SIGMA LAMBDA BETA ALEXANDER SILVA / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘17

“Sigma Lambda Beta is a fraternity in the truest sense of the word. The pride I feel in calling myself a brother is something that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. I’ll bleed purple and white until the day I die.”

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SIGMA PHI EPSILON CHRISTOPHER FUMIA / PSYCHOLOGY ‘18

“I want to take this moment, to declare, with full con dence that have never elt more honored than I do now. The California Chi Presidency is special, and it has been the I have ever been a part of. I want to thank all of my brothers, you have changed my life forever.”

SIGMA CHI DANIEL JUAREZ / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ‘18

“Leading these men has been one of the most rewarding experiences I have been blessed to have at LMU. The character and fortitude we possess is unparalleled on campus. We’ve accomplished great feats together and I’m excited to head the charge in an effort to propel us even urther in our goals with the plans we have coming up.”

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GREEK COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD Michelle Barquer, Gabby Zetino, Megan Glendinning, Erica Tietz, Zach Goldstein, Lindsay Angeli, Richard Schaefer, Daniel Juarez, Sarai Bogoratt & Michael Del Santo DELEGATES Emily Gardner, Katie Walsh, Katie Schembri, Paige Dobon, Alex Kerestzi, Ashley Rehder, Jackie Ascenzi, Kelsie Munnings, Lexie Pineda Soto, Patrick Donovan, Riley Dawson, Michael Siao, Corey Hambly, Valente Dolcini, Ian Kruse, Alex Silva, Emil Jabbour,Courtney Bell, Davis Nann, Josh Villalobos, Anna Savage, Daniel Higuera & Freddy Soltero GREEK ADVISORS Alex Froehlich & Larry Daves

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FRIENDS

“I think home is where comfort is; where you can be yourself. It’s where you don’t have to put up a façade. You can be completely open and you don’t have to worry about being judged. It’s about being in your comfort zone. It’s not so much about the house as it is the people that are there—friends and family—and the connection with the close members of your life.”

HALEY AYRES / MARKETING ‘17

COMFORT

FAMILIARITY

SHAKEEL AHMAD / BIOLOGY ‘17

“Home to me is Sacramento. Home means where my family is, where my memories are, and where I became who I am today. My friends really make LMU home to me. I live with four of my best friends, so it’s nice to be home with them. Even when I’m with them somewhere else, it’s still home because they’re all with me.”

“Home to me is familiarity—knowing the nooks and crannies and making a habit with them. A place becomes home when you form a relationship with those things and and let them become a part of you.” KYLE FOWLER / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ‘17

“San Jose, California. Home to me means feeling comfortable with your surroundings and being around the people who you love. I miss my parents and sister the most when I am away and being able to just spend the day with them, even if that means sitting around watching TV, cooking dinner together, or even going on walks together.”

FAMILY

JESSICA AZEVEDO / BIOLOGY ‘17

ANCHOR

“Home to me will always be Sacramento. If my parents ever moved from Sacramento, I don’t know what I would do. It would be really weird. I didn’t love Sacramento until I came here, and now I miss it every day. You would never think of missing Sacramento, but I do.” ANNELIESE DOMINGUEZ / MARKETING ‘17

“Home for me means family. My mom always told me that ‘home is where the heart is,’ and I think the reason I consider Rockland, Massachusetts my home is because my family is there. I haven’t lived there for very long but it’s my retreat from the crazy adult world.”

WORDS H. WOHLENBERG / DESIGN M. M CGUIRE & C. SANTANDER / PHOTOS T. BAUGNON, A. LIOR & P. REILLY

RETREAT

KEITH DAVIS / SCREENWRITING ‘17

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ELLIOTT D. SAUERWALD

JUSTIN PAUL ALEMAN

Integrity, tenacity, intelligence, thoughtfulness, activism, hopefulness, kind-heartedness! Eli, we couldn’t be more proud of you. With love from your family and friends!

2000-2017! Seventeen Amazing Years. Thanks to my family and friends. I will forever be grateful for the support and for being part of this chapter in my life.

JOSHUA PETER AZAR You are an amazing son, brother and adult. We are so proud of you and we can’t wait to see what is next.

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GUSTAVO CASTILLO Gustavo, We are so very proud of everything you have accomplished and of the person you’ve chosen to become. We love you always. Mom, Dad & Kiki

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” —Eleanor Roosevelt

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RICARDO MARIO SOSA My Ric, To say I’m proud of you would be an understatement: We moved from our uncertain life in Argentina to the U.S.A. in the summer of 2011, and although you barely spoke any English, you conquered it. And then you pushed ahead, receiving an Associates Degree at HCC in Houston,Tx. with a 4.0. As a Kilroy Scholar and Honors Society Scholar, you became a star at LMU, becoming a Treasurer & later Vice President of the ccounting ociet ou have een the rst nternational tudent to spea twice at the Transfer Convocation Ceremony, with the President of LMU by your side. You have mentored students, dined with President Snyder at his home, and become a friend to many at LMU. After two summer internships with PricewaterhouseCoopers, you accepted a permanent position starting January 2017. All o that in onl ve ears ur ourne has een so di cult ut also ortunate ecause ou have touched so many. Thank you for being humble, honest & giving. After eight years together, I’m not only proud to call ou m soulmate ut m lessed to call ou m hus and and can t wait to see where the ne t chapter o our ourne ta es us

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TANIA CHAMIEH

EMILY SWEET

Congratulations, Tania!

ur hearts swell with pride thin ing a out all ou ve accomplished in our li e so ar s ou em ar on this new ourne don t orget to em race li e with all your might and never lose your sense of wonder and imagination.

We are so proud of you and of all your accomplishments. We wish you continued health, happiness and success!

We love you so much, Mom & Tom

Love always, Mom, Dad & Andrew

DOMINIQUE ELISE FORMOSO i i ince od lessed us with our arrival twent -one ears ago ou have lled our lives with laughter and adventure You embraced the world with optimism and squarely face life’s challenges. Your trademark smile and twinkly eyes have seen much o the world ou are most de nitel a seasoned glo al citi en e are so proud o our accomplishments and prouder still of the person you have become. You are truly God’s gift to us.

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here is the deepest secret nobody knows I carry your heart I carry it in my heart —e.e. cummings

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ASHLEY M. KAMES For All Your Hard Work, We Thank You. For All Your Patience With Us, We Thank You.

KYLE ELIZABETH CAVANAUGH

For All Your Love For Us, We Thank You.

My darling daughter Kyle, I am beyond proud of how you accomplish your dreams with passion, grace and integrity. As your mother, I could only give you advice about life, but your awe-inspiring grounded choices have put you on your own path of doing what ou trul love ut what am most proud o is that our heart is full of compassion and love. Now you have the wonderful responsibility and privilege to help the ne t generation nd their wa as ou share our creativity and intelligence as a teacher. I love you more than the stars love the sky and I can’t wait to be your biggest fan as you sparkle the crap out of life!

May God Guide And Keep You Always n he alms is ands nd lwa s Fill You With His Love. You Are An Exceptional Young Woman And We Wish You Success, Peace And Happiness In Your Journey Ahead. You Are Now Empowered! Love, Mom & Dad

ongratulations m love

omma

RHETT LIVINGSTON SPONGBERG our ears have certainl gone swi tl ou have never wal ed - ou have alwa s run clim ed and ipped our wa through li e with siblings, parents, CAP family, Santa Rosa friends and LMU buddies behind you. You are on your way and we are so proud of you. ith so man options and so man decisions ou ve done a a ulous o o navigating s parents we reall en o ed guiding ou as you’ve become your own man, it’s exciting for us to watch you pick the dreams that you want to chase. o one can stop ou rom reaching or those stars

ive those dreams

eep our head up and

high

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MEGAN MARIE NEWELL Megan Marie, We cannot express how proud we are of you. You have accomplished so much and et ou are ust getting started on our own wonder ul ourne Just remember to always reach for the stars, as there is no stopping you from achieving your dreams! With love, Mom & Dad

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SABRINA NICOLE DENDLE

CATHERINE LOZANO

o our eloved a rina id ears ust go rom the rst da we saw your smiling face, we knew that you would make us proud. It’s no surprise to us that once you decided what you wanted to do, you went to work on accomplishing it and now it s in our hands e love ou rom the rst minute we wake up every day to the last minute before we go to sleep, and we can’t wait to see what the next chapter of your adult life will bring. Thank you for being such a wonderful daughter, and such a good example for your family and friends.

As your proud parents, we have watched you mature into a beautiful young woman. You push yourself to excel, and to never settle for anything less. You are embarking on a new path; your hard work and dedication will help you reap the rewards our uture is right and we are con dent that ou will achieve your dreams and goals. Continue to learn, never settle, dream big, and importantl have un and en o hope our dreams ta e ou to the corners of your smiles, to the highest of your hopes, to the windows of your opportunities, and to the most special places your heart has ever known.”

Love you too much, Mommy, Daddy & Ate Julia

VANESSA MARTIN ongratulations e are so proud o ou on this great achievement ou re in nitel more talented than you think. Remember to set your sights on the stars and reach for them always, believe in yourself and there is no limit to what you can do! May this new chapter of your life bring you new passion and inspiration. Love Mom & Dad

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SHELBI AIMONETTI Shelbi, We hope your dreams take you to the corner of your smiles, to the highest of your hopes, to the windows of your opportunities and to the most special places your heart has ever known. We are so proud of you, and we love you so much! Mom & Dad

JOSEPH CARREON Congratulations, dear Joseph! We are so glad of your achievements. Your great spirit, hard work, determination, focus and faith in God helped you a lot. ou are our pride and o and an inspiration a od less ou alwa s a you continue to do good things for the right reason (“for the greater glory of God�, St.Ignatius of Loyola). Love and prayers always, Mom, Dad, Catherine, Lolas & Lolos & all

MORGAN MCVEY Congratulations to my beautiful daughter. Your strength, beauty, humor and intelligence are to be admired. Nothing stands in the way o our success and ou continue to grow rom ever o stacle love our sense o humor and our uic wit ne o m avorite things to do is to laugh with you...usually over ridiculous scenarios we make up. You are a blessing and an inspiration to all you meet, and I could not love you more. Go on and conquer the world...we need you. Love always, Mom

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NIKOLAS CHRISTOPHER VICTORIA

JESSICA ANN POLICARPIO AQUINO

Dearest Niko,

Congratulations, Anak! Your accomplishments come with great responsi ilities and hard wor and it is with great o and pride to cele rate our graduation at ne chapter in our li e is ending and the ourne to the next is about to begin. Remember to always be thankful to God for all the blessings in your life and ask for his guidance every time. Your will, dedication and perseverance toward the future endeavors will be the key to your success. We want to emphasize that family is important and we will be supportive of your dreams and decisions.

We are so proud of you! Always remember: Carpe diem! And never forget: Semper ubi sub ubi :) ow

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We love you so much! Momma, Papa, Ate Frankie, Kuya Lexie

Mahal na mahal ka namin, Daddy, Ma, JP & Jett

SOFIA MARTINEZ o a t seems li e ust esterda that ou were so e cited or pre-school and loo at ou now a college grad e remem er dropping ou off reshmen ear all o us in tears, knowing we wouldn’t see you at home the next day. You’ll take with you so many memories from making new lifetime friends to late nights doing homework to ane ntertainment to coming home or the holida s and the sacri ces ou made to graduate a ing we are proud o ou is not enough ow we eel is e ond words e do however hope that ou now that all our sacri ces ma e receiving our degree that much sweeter Love Mami, Papi, & Lorenzo

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CARLOS AARTSEN

VIVIAN GAITAN

It never ceases to amaze me that you have managed to take a video game obsession and turn it into a treasury of knowledge and skills that will undoubtedly propel you into a successful career. I recognized your potential long ago, and will always support you. Know that you are only limited by the span o our own creativit t is m sincerest wish that ou nd our place in this world. I am certain that you shall leave a legacy worthy of immense pride. And that is precisely the emotion I am overcome with in this moment. Pride. ever thing that ou are have done and will e son

Dear Vivi, Congratulations for reaching another goal in your life! Always remember to be humble and someone worthy of respect. Continue to work hard, believe in yourself and don’t ever give up on your dreams. Sometimes life has a way of surprising us with unexpected things; always keep your head up, stand tall and eep going strong n o li e have un ut most important trust od and have faith that you are where you’re supposed to be. There are no words to express how proud we are of you, as you should be too! We love you baby & will always be here to support you! Dad, Mom, Diana & Victoria

HANNAH CARTELLI ongratulations oo oo did it ou dreamed our dream and made it come true e could not e more proud o ou and all our accomplishments ou are a eauti ul oung lad in so man wa s our sel -con dence motivation and love for life will always keep you shooting for the stars. We are so blessed to have you for a daughter. We now have the pleasure o watching ou go and en o the ne t adventures in li e app dulting Love Mom & Dad

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IAN SALAZAR

KAYLA HASHIMOTO

he orch as rul een assed Congratulations, Ian! We are so proud of you.

Proud is not enough to say how we feel about you. We love & adore you. his is ust the eginning o an incredi le ourne that lies ahead lwa s sta true to yourself. LMU was the best choice; emerging as a caring, forwardthin ing oung lad he semester in onn was a li e altering e perience the culmination eing our rst lm or ing e nition he lm s depth is ust a preview o what ou have to offer the world e now ou will ma e the world a better place. LMU & Tri Delta have molded and forged your true Inner eing e the driver o our ourne not the passenger

Love, Mom, Dad, Patrick & Kathleen

KATARINA DELIA GUINALDO Katarina, Congratulations on such an amazing accomplishment! May you always carry dear to your heart, every lesson that life has given you, every moment that has captured your soul and every blessing God has provided. We love you and can’t wait for the next ourne ove ouie om am Gabby, Ryan & Ava

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MICHELLE KAYGILBERTSON ur dearest ichelle Congratulations on your graduation! You have accomplished so much and we are all so proud! LMU has blessed you with amazing friends, memories and an excellent education. All our love, Dad, Mom, Madeline, Melissa & Lola

CLAUDIA ADRIENNE ALIMAN he time ies so soon ou came into this world li e a little angel so tin so ragile e held our hands as ou too our rst steps aising ou rom a baby to a woman has been one of our greatest prides and being part of your li e s ourne as ou ace and con uer li e challenges has een one o our greatest treasures. Today as you walk to face the world independently as a graduate, nothing could make us happier and prouder than we are right now. You deserve all the success you have achieved. Finally, congratulations to our little one who’s grown up so beautifully. You surely have done us proud. We can’t wait to see you increase in God’s grace and favor in your years ahead.

BENJAMIN KATZ e are delighted to see how ou are ourishing in our li e t thrills us that ou have gathered all the tools for a happy future with humor, friendship, creativity, sensitivity and a great capacity for loving kindness. You are a remarkable young man, and we are so proud. With love, Mom & Dad

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KAITLYN SPOUSTA

BRANDON DISHNO

Kaitlyn, Your unwavering focus and determination in reaching this milestone in your life is awe-inspiring. Keep that drive and use it as you open the next chapter of your life. Don’t fear the unknown or the uncertain. Embrace it! They will keep you sharp and challenge you. When you turn away from these challenges, you miss the opportunity to better yourself.

e are con dent our e perience at has ou well prepared for an amazing future. We are so very proud of you and the man you have become. Aim high. Love, om ad organ livia

Don’t ever forget how much you are loved. Mom & Dad

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KYLE FOWLER ats off to le reative rom the get go, we look forward to the stories you will tell. Love you! Mom, Dad, Evan & Ellis

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KAELI KANESHIRO Kaeli, We have watched you grow from a sweet baby to a beautiful and intelligent oung woman our o and grace shine out to others so rightl e are so proud o ou our o ul dancer and we can’t wait to watch your next chapters unfold!

KATHLEEN KENNY Congratulations!!! Kathleen “Continue The Dream” Love, Mom and Dad, Colleen, Courtney & Casey

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CATHLEEN DELEON Cathleen,

MICHAEL DANE FARGUSON

We are so proud of all your accomplishments at LMU. Remember to be thankful to God for all your blessings, and ask His guidance in making decisions as you go along through the path of your life. Congratulations!

Dearest Dane, You may have taken a longer route for College but you have experienced friends, places and memories you will never forget. We are so proud of you and look forward to what is ahead for you. With every end, there’s a new beginning. Now let the journey begin. We love you and wish you all the Best! Love, Mom, Dad & Lauren xoxo

Love: Mom, Dad, & Charese

ALLISON LEGGETT From Dancer to Doctor……. Allison Gabriella Leggett We are so proud of you!!!! Dr. Allison Leggett and Elmon Leggett* Jay Leggett*Edge Leggett & Sarah*Bella* Mr. Melville & Mrs. Rosalind Perry*Dr. Joseph & Dorothy McQuirter*Dr. Kenneth Wells* Dr. Bettye Walker & Hal Walker, Jr* Dr. Jessie Sherrod*The Lovelaces* Uncle Frank Wilson*Uncle James & Aunt Daniela Wilson*Rev. Uncle Larry & Mrs. Rosie Leggett*Aunt Marcella Leggett* Nina and family*Shenandoah Block Club* Kelly & Leonard Charlton*Cousin Louise Kilgore * Shimika, Tahir Smith & family* Charlie & Annette Austin*Jeannie Judis & family* Denika Pulliam*Anna and Ron Glusac

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DIANNE JAHANGANI Mi Chulita Chuliada, We are so proud of how much you have accomplished so far! You are now half way done with kindergarten. You will always be my niña preciosa. Love you so much, Mammy Asal, There aren’t any words to truly express my appreciation and love. I am so grateful to have a sibling like you because I can always count on you for anything, whether it be needing your help with school or simply just advice. I am so proud of everything you have accomplished and overcome. No matter what obstacle was in your way, you consistently showed perseverance and determination regardless of how long it took to reach your success. You have always taught me that whatever I want in life will not be easy to obtain, but i it is worth ghting or then should never give up am so glad that we have grown so close throughout these wonderful years. I know you are going to accomplish amazing things in the future. I love you and I am so proud to call you my sister. Love your one and only brother, Amir Asal, I want to let you know how proud I am of how hard you work (but remember, it’s not over yet)! Because you and I know what we want. Love always, Daddy

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CASSANDRA BRUNETTE Congratulations, Cassie, our LMU graduate! We are very proud of you and all of your accomplishments. Your dedication and hard work have brought you to this day and will lead you to future success. You are an incredible young lady with an exciting future ahead of you. We are eager to see you move forward and prosper in the next chapter of your life. Just know that we will always be there for you.

JAD GHAWI Congratulations on you graduation! We are so proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad & Alanna

Love, Mom, Dad, & Emily

ZARRIN HAQUE Congratulations! We are so proud of your accomplishment and excited for all the opportunities that are to come. We are blessed to have you in our lives! With all our love, Mom, Dad, & Naveen

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MICHAEL ANDRE PETRICH Congratulations, Michael, on your LMU graduation! What an inspiration you have been to all of us. We are extremely proud of you and your hard work, determination and accomplishments. You continue to amaze us and we know the best is yet to come for you. Trust in God and follow your dreams. Your journey is just beginning. You have our love and support always. With all our love, Your Extremely Proud Parents & Sister

ETHAN FLAKE Ethan Flake: Congratulations! We are so happy for you and incredibly proud of what you have achieved and of your graduation from LMU. Your hard work and determination have led you to this moment. May you future be blessed with good health, happiness and time to enjoy life.

JEFFREY WALKER eff e alwa s new was the per ect t ut never new how much ongratulations on graduating with high honors as an ccounting ma or with a o waiting for you at Deloitte. We are thrilled you were able to make the most of your collegiate experience. You’ve been a true leader in so many ways: as resident o hi elta heta as an or ears as an leader and rientation oordinator as an emplo ee in the irst ear perience ce as the 2016 Fraternity Man of the Year and as a Service and Leadership Awards recipient in 2015 and 2016. You Rock! We love you! Mom, Dad & Brian

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KAMARA DEMESMA Kamara, Our beautiful, intelligent, God-fearing daughter and sister. How can we adequately express, not only how proud we are of this milestone you are accomplishing, but also how excited we are to see what blessings The Lord has in store for you. As you continue your walk with God, know that all things are possi le ontinue to eep od rst and everything else will fall in place. Go after your educational and career goals with focus and fearlessness. Get as many stamps as you can on your passport as you travel and experience all of God’s glory. You are one of a kind! There is no other like you. You are a leader among a generation of followers. Your faith, family and foundation are strong. Live, love and laugh often. The world is yours my dear. We love you so very much, Mom, Marty, Kumase & Buddy Love!

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SYDNEY MAJD Sydney, we are so proud of you. You have grown into an incredible, kind woman and we are so lucky we to have you in our lives. You blow us away every single day. We love you. Congratulations! Love Mom, Dad, Megan, Bodhi, Lucky & Blue

MACKENZIE SCHEINMAN Congratulations to our amazing daughter on your graduation from LMU! We could not be more proud of the incredible woman you have become. Your kind heart, adventurous spirit, resilience and compassion make the world we all live in, a better place to be. We look forward to your next adventures and feel so grateful that we get to be part of the journey with you. All our love om ad

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NICKY KURNIA Nicky, we are all proud of you. Nicky, what a wonderful achievement. Now you have come to this point. There must be so many scores of achievements you have made, but there must be many disappointments you have passed along the way too. By now, you should have known, it is impossible to live without failing at something, but more important is how you get back, stand up, and do it etter or do it differentl As what people always say, “what you did in the past, determines what you are today. And what you do today, will decide what you are tomorrow.� So, congratulations...and we always love you. Mom, Dad, Sony & Randy

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GARY HUBL Gary‌ ou have een our reman cow o army man, construction worker, Boy Scout, Eagle Scout and now our Engineer. Congratulations on your hard-earned achievement o orth in nding our li e journey by believing in yourself and knowing that your foundation of God and family are always with you. We are so proud of you. Love, Dad, Mom & Sara

MIA CELESTE J. DE LEON To our beautiful and smart angel. This is just the beginning...always believe in yourself. We are so proud of you and all your accomplishments. You are a wonderful young lady who has matured with a determination and ocus to ul ll the goals ou have set or oursel emem er the ord and our family are behind you every step of the way. Congratulations Mia! We love you, Dad, Mom, Ina, Benjo, Cobi & Ico

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MATTHEW KLOYDA You have made us SO proud to be your parents and we are so very blessed by you. Your love, laughter and bright shining light is contagious to all who have had the pleasure of knowing you. We know you will continue to be successful in life because of your drive, talent and heart. You have so man antastic gi ts to offer the world Enjoy the adventures to come! We wish you all the est that li e has to offer All our love, Mom & Dad

REBECCA TOY Our dearest Rebecca, We are so proud of you for all you’ve done and accomplished. Your future is unlimited so follow your dreams. We love you and will support you wherever life takes you. You are ready to take on the world. Congratulations and Go Lions!! Love Mom, Dad, CJ & Katie

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GUSTAVO ALBERTO ALZA, JR. You have the opportunity to change the world in a way that God would wish. You have the power to make your dreams come true. You have the skills to continue on this ama ing ourne and accomplish all that is needed to ul ll our dreams The more you believe in yourself, the better everything will turn out. You make us proud. Your courage and commitment are truly inspiring. You are the light that gets us through the dark, you are the joy that gets us through our lives, and you are the best son anyone could wish for. All Our Love, Dad & Mom Patrick Michael, Gina Alexis & Charles Brian Alza

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MADISON KORBEL ongratulations add our wonder ul smart, compassionate, generous and funny daughter. ith in nite love and affection rom our wonderful, smart, compassionate, generous and funny parents (& your brother, too).

SAM PARKINS Dear Sam, How can it be that your time at LMU has come to an end? We remember so clearly the day we left you on this beautiful campus to start this adventure. We are so incredibly proud of the man you’ve become. The world needs more people like you‌kind, empathetic, smart, gracious and generous. We wish you onl the est as ou nish this chapter and set off on the ne t e love ou li e cra With love, admiration and respect, Dad, Mom, Rachel & Grace

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LAUREN MORA Lauren, Congratulations on your graduation success. May God’s grace be with you as you step forward into the next phase of your life.

SHANNON LOUISE MCCARTY Best wishes to our Shannon! You have exceeded all our expectations. We have watched you follow your own path with ingenuity and purpose. As you walk through this life, we wish you as much love and happiness as you bring to others. We all love you so much!

Your Family

NATALIE RODRIGUEZ Natalie, We closed our eyes for but a moment and suddenly a beautiful woman stood where our little girl used to be. You have given us so many reasons to be proud. The dreams we held in our hearts are alive in your beautiful spirit. You are a smart, strong, kind, thoughtful, caring and loving young lady and we are forever grateful for all the love, laughter and happiness you bring to us every day. Congratulations on all your achievements and we are excited to watch our dreams ta e ight augh ten Dream Big, and Reach for the Stars.� We love you to the moon and back. Love, Mom & Dad

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KAREN CHRISMAR GOMEZ MAALA To our dearest daughter Karen, From the moment we held you in our arms, we felt love and joy. Throughout your life, you have never ceased to ama e us rom little to ig things hula dancing, playing the ukulele, drill team and playing basketball. You have all what it takes to succeed. elieve in oursel and eep aith in od urning and that will help you reap more success. We are so proud of all you have accomplished. We love you. Congratulations!!! Papa Arnold, Mama Luz & Mommy Marina Greetings from: The Gomez Family Tito Willy & Tita Cora & Family | Sydney, Australia Tito June & Tita Rose & Family | Toronto, Canada ito l o ita onet amil oronto anada Tito Milet & Tita Dorothy & Family | Toronto, Canada Tito Rico & Tita Rianne & Family | Abu Dhabi

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KERRI ALISON MANDELBAUM We marvel at the young woman you are and choose to be… You truly embody beauty, integrity, intelligence and grace. Your rare gifts of empathy, compassion, devotion and true authentic caring touch the lives of all who are blessed to know you. You bring tremendous passion to life and all ou do ou possess an inspirational spirit o resilienc perseverance and erce determination to overcome an challenge or diversity you encounter. We are extremely honored and proud to have been given the gift of being your parents. You are…and always will be…the “Darling Daughter of Our Dreams”. Along with your brothers, Matt and ri n we cele rate ou and this momentous occasion in our li e Love You More!!! Mom & Dad

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ALEJANDRO CORRAL IV Ale, We are very grateful to God and our Lord Jesus Christ for protecting, guiding and allowing ou to nish another milestone in your life, College. Keep being faithful to the opportunities God brings your way as He transforms you into the man He wants you to be. Pursue your dreams wholeheartedly with the strength and courage that only He can give you. Our prayer is that some day you will hear Him say “…Well done, good and faithful servant!” Matthew 25:21 NIV With Love, Papá, Mamá & Abraham

BAILEY CHATWIN Bailey, We love you and are so proud of you and your accomplishments. We are so blessed to have been able to watch you grow into the beautiful young woman that you are. Our wish for you is that you continue to reach your goals, chase your dreams, travel the world and live life to the fullest! Congratulations! We know you are made for great things! Love Dad, Mom & Coby Delight yourself in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4

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JAMES YEN Dear James, Congratulations! You have taken the next step in your journey! We are all so proud of you for what you have achieved. Thank you for being a part of us and may God be with you always! Love, Mom, Dad & Alex

KWAKU B. KUFUOR We are very proud of you and what you have achieved. Love, Daddy, Mommy, Nana, Jr, Kwame & Maria.

MATTHEW K. OKI Matt— Congratulations! We are so proud of you – for graduation and all of your other accomplishments, big and small. Love—Mom, Dad & Jason

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ANDREW SHINOL Congratulations, Andrew! We are so proud of you! You’ve turned out so well. You are smart, brave, persistent and adventurous. You are a good friend, a leader, an athlete and a comedian. Follow your dreams and stay con dent honest and ind We love you! Mom, Dad & Stephen “Be happy, not because everything is good, but because you can see the good side of everything.” —Anonymous

IAN WIEDENMAN We are all so proud of you, Ian! You have accomplished so much during your years at LMU including being an Honors Student, leading the Pep Band as the keyboardist, serving the community as a Magis Man, engaging in research within the AIMS department, managing the campus network, and composing amazing music, all while developing life-long friendships. You are a wonderful son and grandson. God be with you always as you go forward into the world as a man for others in all that you do. Love Mom, Dad & our whole family

ANDREA WELLINS Andrea (“Andy”)— We couldn’t love you more, or be more proud of you, for all that you have accomplished! The whole world is in front of you, and we are all honored to be along for the ride. You’ve lit up our lives with your beautiful smile, and we know you’ll continue to light up the world with it! Love, Mom, Dad & Nicky

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ANGELO APARICIO

KAILEE MORA

Angelo,

Congratulations Kailee,

Congratulations on your continued success! You are at the beginning of a road full of opportunities and wonderful choices. Your hard work and dedication has paid off ontinue eing the wonder ul person that ou are We love you!!

I have watched your every move in life with great anticipation. I cannot wait to see what you do next.

Mom, Russell & Arianne

Love, Uncle Bon

CHRISTOPHER MARION CENARIO BUGARIN Dear Chris, We thank God for blessing us with a great son like you. He has blessed you with so many talents and gifts and He expects a good return on His investment. We are very proud of you and all that you have accomplished these past four years. Your graduation is a very proud moment not just for you but for us, your family, as well. May God, who was your constant companion in your college journey, continue to be with you in your next journey, the “real life” ahead of you. May you strengthen the bond with Him as He is the best companion you’ll ever have in the journey called life. Our constant prayer for you is to be courageous to face the challenges in life as they come, always keeping your faith as a daily armor. Remember that whatever direction li e ta es ou ou will alwa s nd us our amil supportive and proud od less ongratulations graduate ou have lled our heart with pride and o With all our love. Mom, Dad, Andrew

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NATALIE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Delight yourself in the Lord and He shall give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4 We are extremely proud of you and the young woman that you have become. Continue to work hard and pursue your dreams because the best is yet to come. Love Mother & Daddy Hi sister! I’m so proud of you and your accomplishments. You inspire me to be great. I draw strength from your strength, and happiness from your happiness. As you embark on this next chapter in your life journey, know that I’ll always be by your side cheering you on. Love, Olivia Congratulations Natalie! I can’t believe you’re already graduating from LMU! You never cease to amaze me with your accomplishments, and I know that this is just the beginning. I continue to look up to you and will forever have your back. I’m always proud to call you my big sister! Love, Courtney

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GABRIELLE ZETINO Gabby, “My little over achiever” You have accomplished so much at such a young age. All those long hours and sleepless nights have paid off ou did it Congratulations! We are all so proud of you!! Mom, Dad, Bryan, Tommy & Abuelita.

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LAUREN MORA Lauren, Dining out may need some improvement, but we can’t thank you enough for your friendship and concern you have given our daughter Kailee. Uncle Ricardo

TRENT MATHISON Congratulations, Trent! We are so very proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad & Megan

AMY T. RODRIGUEZ Dear Amy, you have been an inspiration to all of us, your family, and we are blessed to have you as our daughter. You have made us so very proud of all of your accomplishments throughout the years especially now that you have achieved this milestone in your LMU education. Congratulations! In achieving this milestone, you have proven to yourself that you have been blessed with the many talents, qualities and abilities similar to those of high achievers. As you look to the future, we wish you much success in your chosen vocation, stay true to yourself as you continue on your faith journey with Our Lord Jesus and know that you have a family that loves you very much. Love You Always, Mom, Dad & Christian.

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CHRISTINA DOSSA DAVID SIREIKA

Christina—We are so proud of your many accomplishments as a student, dancer and con dent oung woman he wor ethic ou have developed rom endless hours o studying, dance classes, rehearsals and employment will bring you continued success. We are so pleased you have enjoyed your college years and built amazing lifelong friendships during your time at LMU.

David, God has blessed us with a son who has worked so hard to reach his goals and made us proud. You are a funny, caring and smart young man and now also a college graduate! We can’t wait to see your accomplishments in the next stage of your life.

We have been and will continue to be here to support you and we can’t wait to see what lies ahead. Hold on to your dreams, work hard and always be kind. Happy Graduation. Love you always our baby girl.

Love you forever! Dad, Mom & Brianna

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It was truly amazing observing and sharing your college life. The way you handle the highs and lows. Your leadership with the swim team, Delta Gamma and studying abroad (China-Korea). Your sports travels around the country. And then your mom and me trying to be positive and encouraging for you during the low times. Thank you, Kailee. You are an amazing student and daughter. Love, Mom, Dad & Sam Sam

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HERBERT I. WILSON Dear Herbert, I am extremely proud of you for your dedication and perseverance. Your devotion to your studies have led to this wonderful accomplishment. I believe this giant step would serve you very well in your future enterprises. With all my love, Your Mother

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DANIELLA CORADINI Congratulations on this Special Moment, Daniella! ou are o ciall a rad All that hard work & dedication has brought you here! All those hours studying, practicing & performing raised your singing to new heights. You have grown these past four years into an amazing woman. Your voice has developed, too, into the beautiful sound of a GREAT melody. You have mastered your singing to the delight of many, especially your family. We are so proud of you! s ou egin a new chapter in our li e ta e a moment to re ect on the values, talents & experiences that are your foundation. The education, skills & dedication you bring are the hard work that builds upon it and shapes your life. Your Life is your Song; Sing IT & always strive to Make It GREAT! Believe in yourself as we believe in you. Know we all love you deeply: your parents, sister, grandparents, extended family & friends. And GOD loves you, too!!! We pray that GOD will always Bless, Guard & Guide you to use your talents & know-how wisely to serve others by bringing joy into their lives as you build a life that is rich in Happiness, Peace & Love. And Never Stop Singing and Filling the World with the Sweet Sound of Music!

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JOHN LOVELACE To our Great One, You are a blessing to us, and we are so proud of the wonderful young man you have become. May faith, goodness and strength of purpose be with you as you embark on the next part of your journey. With love and admiration, Dad, Mom & Robb “All the great things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word: freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy, hope.” —Winston Churchill

PAOLO GONZALES Congratulations, son! We are very proud of your accomplishments. I know life has even more wonderful things in store for you. This is just the beginning of your great journey. Wherever life takes you, our prayers and unconditional love go with you. We love you very much! Mom, Dad & Andrea

MELISSA NICOLE BANKS Our beautiful baby girl has grown up to be a lovely young lady! Time has passed so quickly. We are so proud of your accomplishments and excited to see the path your life takes in the future. Congratulations! Love, Mom, Dad & Jenna

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CHRISTOPHER HERLIHY Chris, Words cannot begin to describe how proud you have made us. We have watched you grow from our baby into a responsible man who is ready to take on the world. As you begin your new journey, we wish you strength to endure obstacles, wisdom to learn from mistakes and con dence in our a ilities lwa s remem er how much you are loved! Mom, Dad, Caitlyn and Collin Congratulations on this wonderful achievement. With All Our Love, Grandma Barbara, Grandma Cookie, Grandpa, Nana, Aunt Colleen, Uncle Dana, Uncle Doug, Uncle Mike & your cousins “He Who Marches Out Of Step Hears Another Drum”

EMILY CUZNER Congratulations, Emily! We are so very proud of you! You have worked hard and accomplished so much! We know you will go far in this world, so follow your dreams! All Our Love, Mom & Dad, Chris, Alex, Scott, Mallory, Noah, Parker, Charlotte, Henry and Simon

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NICHOLAS PICCIOLO Always remember You’re BRAVER Than you BELIEVE, STRONGER Than you SEEM, SMARTER Than you THINK And LOVED More than you know. We are so incredibly proud of you! All of our love, Dad, Mom, Court

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MADISON BROWN Romans 12:2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—His good, pleasing and perfect will. Congratulations, Madi! We are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished. All your hard work and effort has paid off and ou have come such a long way. We love and appreciate you as a person and artist. Your talent is beyond words. Wishing you wonderful adventures and success in whatever you choose to do. With much love, Dad, Mom, Kimberly & the Brown/Handa Family

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OLIVIA RAGSAC Congratulations, Oli! You did it! We are all so proud of you! ll those sleepless nights have nall paid off s ou continue to the ne t chapter o your life remember to not lose sight of your goals and dreams. Love, Mom, Dad, Matt & all your family.

CIARA CAMPBELL Dear Ciara, We have watched in amazement as you challenged yourself academically and physically as a scholar and an athlete. Your determination and drive will serve you well as you venture forward in life. We are so very proud of the accomplished young woman you have become and we look forward to the next exciting chapter. Congratulations on your graduation! Love, Mum, Dad & Sean Live—Laugh—Love

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ALEXANDRA LUCE You have the gift to light up any occasion, classroom or stage, and you bring love, energy and passion to all you touch. Great things await you.

MICHAEL HOFFMAN Michael, We have loved watching you grow and are so proud of the man you have become. Your compassion, work ethic and determination will carry you far - we are excited to see what is in store for your next chapters in this journey of life. Continue to live life to the fullest, and never stop pursuing your dreams. We are your biggest fans and so proud of you!

Congratulations! “Con Todo Mi Corazón”

Lots of love, Dad, Maureen, Stephen, Colton, Adam & Melissa

With love, Mama & all your family

MAUREEN HALEY We are so proud of you! At every stage of life you’ve been curious, engaged, unique and at your est nd now onto the ne t stage e earless in the pursuit o what sets our soul on re We love you, Mom & Dad

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JADE MONET BYRD Congratulations, Jade! Smart, beautiful, loving, hard-working and a heart for service! We’re so proud of your achievements at LMU. hese our ears have own and ou have matured into such a lovely, creative and success-oriented young woman. eep od rst as ou continue to ollow your dreams. You can do all things.. m ar on our uture with con dence faith and passion! You are our joy and we love you immensely! With love and pride, Mom & Dad

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HOPE SAXON Congratulations, Hope! Keep shining bright, Sunshine. We love you and are very proud of you! Love, Mom & Dad

VICTOR ALEXANDER MASETTI Victor, ci riempi di gioia e di orgoglio ogni giorno di piu’ per l’uomo che sei. Continua a perseguire i tuoi sogni. Un abbraccio da orso e tutto l’amore di cui siamo capaci. ictor ou ll us with o and pride or the man you are evermore. Keep moving forward and believing in your dreams. Bearhugs and all the love we are capable of. Emma, Dad, Mom, Uncle George & Aunt Francesca

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GIANNA FAYE TODISCO

JULIA GUANZON

We are so proud of you and all your achievements. Keep UP the good work and continue to live your heART with passion and purpose. Congratulations and God Bless you!

Our Dearest Julia:

Love, Mom & Dad “Yet God has made everything beautiful in its time” Ecclesiates 3:11

Congratulations on your graduation. Words cannot express how proud we are of you and all your accomplishments! Best wishes for abundant blessings of success and happiness! Congrats and may God Bless you! Love, Mom, Dad & Grandparents o con dentl in the direction o our dreams have imagined.” —Henry David Thoreau

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MIRANDA FAJARDO Miranda, What a joy to have experienced being an integral part of your journey and watch you grow into this amazing young adult you are today! Remember to always “stay true to yourself”, “be passionate with everything you do”, “be open-minded to new ideas and constructive feedback,” and continue to “foster your relationships” (which will grow into a strong support system as you further build your life). Most importantly, thank God every day for providing our family wonderful blessings to see you through….and more!!! We love you with all our hearts, Mom, Dad, Jaryn & Jordan

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BENJAMIN ALDEN MENZER

TALIA BAUGNON Simply put, Talia, you are one of God’s greatest blessings to me, and I am so grateful that you are my daughter. I love you very much. Since your earliest years, you have developed such a bright and vibrant personality. You are beautiful, intelligent, strong, talented, caring, hard-working, grounded, insightful, incredibly witty and hilarious, and lots of fun. I am so glad that you have truly enjoyed your experiences at LMU… what a great university. If I may borrow a quote from Mulan, “The greatest gift and honor… is having you for a daughter.” Congratulations, and may God bless you. Love, Mom Congrats on being one of the grads! “LOL”—Lots of Love, Conner

Yasher Koach! May you go from strength to strength! We love you, Ben!

SONIA NERSESIAN Congratulations, Sonia! It’s been a joy to watch you grow during your time at LMU. Your passion, hard work and commitment have made us proud! We celebrate your accomplishments and wish you much success and happiness. Pursue your dreams! Love you beyond words, Mom, Dad & Matt

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JORDAN JUSTUS Congratulations, Jordan! We love you and are grateful to celebrate your accomplishments. We’re proud of not only all you’ve done at LMU, but more importantly, who you’ve become. Your passion, intelligence, sincerity and wit will take you far. Enjoy the journey and know that we are behind you all the way! Love, Mom, Dad, Matt & Julia

JONATHAN TOIVO RICE You are an amazing son and person. Congratulations on your graduation from LMU. We have watched you work so hard throughout your life and are so proud of you. Follow your heart and never give up your dreams. We love you so much. Dad, Mom (From Above) & Rob

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ANDREW FANDEL Well done, Andrew! Your parents are very, very proud of you! You have grown into an amazing young man, and can do anything you set your mind to!

PIA LOUISE SUMINEG Pia, Congratulations! You made it. We are so proud you! Use what you have learned wisely and try to live your life to the fullest. Be safe. Be happy. We love you so much! Mom, Dad & Ethan

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ALLISON HOUSTON You are an amazing person! You have excelled academically at Loyola. You have always challenged yourself and endeavored to do your very best. You never take the easy way, but the most interesting way. It has been wonderful watching you grow, achieve and excel. Continue to challenge yourself and don’t settle for less than what you want. Your future is so bright and full of promise. We know you will do great things. We are so proud of you. Love, Mom and Dad

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ALEXIS LASHAN HALL Alexis, it has been a joy to watch you grow from our baby girl into a strong, beautiful, intelligent and compassionate young woman. Reach beyond the stars as we know that you have so much more to contribute to this world. You have just completed another step in your journey. We celebrate you. Love, Mom & Dad

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COLIN WIKHOLM Dear Colin, Congratulations, your dreams are coming true! Your hard work, perseverance and attention to detail have served you well. It has been a pleasure to watch ou grow over the ears whether it was sur ng s iing hi ing tutoring others or wor ing with disa led patients with such compassion and care. We are so proud of you! We look forward to being your colleagues in a few years and sharing more good times together a our studies and practice o medicine e not onl a vocation ut a ul lling ministr in our li e All our love, Mom, Dad, Katherine & Megan

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BRIGITTE AXELRODE We are so very proud of you. Follow your dreams. “A winner is a dreamer who never gives up.” —Nelson Mandela We love you, your Ohana

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TORREY JOANN VELOZ Congratulations, Torrey! We love you so much and are so proud of you and your amazing 4 years here at LMU. Our hearts’ desire to see you embrace all that college had to offer was reali ed in more ways than we could ever imagine. You are our joy, Mom & Dad

BRIÉLLE CRUZ-VEGA Oh, the places you’ve been! Oh, the places you’ll go! We are so proud of your accomplishments, your compassion for others, your determination to succeed, your desire for adventure and zest for life. We are truly blessed to have you in our lives. We love you! Dad, Mom and Brother

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NATALIE RODRIGUEZ Dear Nat, he ord has lessed us in man wa s ut nothing compares to have seen ou ourish in this e traordinar woman that you are today. You are what every parent and grandparent can dream of, we are blessed that you are OUR dream. We know you’ll accomplish anything that your mind sets up to do and your warm heart so desires. Go ahead, do not look back, the whole world awaits you! Love, Nona & GP s di cil e presar lo ue siento por ittle nt rgullo admiraci n alegr a un amor in nito “La gente olvidará lo que dijiste, lo que hiciste, pero nunca lo que les hiciste sentir” Tio

CHRISTOPHER HAYS Congratulations, Chris Hays! We’re extremely proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad & Matt

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KARINA ALVAREZ Remember everything is possible. Congratulations! Love, Dad, Mom & Güero

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JULIANNE BELZA Congratulations, Honey! We Love You. You are a rising star! Love, Mom, Dad, Caitlyn, Gianna & Louis

CLAUDIA COJUANGCO Congratulations, Claudia, you did it! “We” are so proud of you. I still have to pinch myself sometimes, whenever I see changes in you as you move forward into womanhood. You are one reason I thank God everyday for his many blessings. Keep Going, Keep Fighting.

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MALI MCGUIRE Dear Mali, hen ou came into m li e was so delighted to nall have a little girl in our family. Now you are a beautiful young woman graduating from college, and I am so very, very proud of what you have accomplished. I know that you will enjoy a bright and exciting future! Love always, Gramma It seems like yesterday you were leaving for college. We’ve watched you grow into an amazingly accomplished young woman. Your strength and leadership are attributes which will help you succeed in life. This is only the beginning and whatever path you choose, we will be there for you. We love you! Uncle Rick, Auntie Judy, Kyle, Taylor, Kimi & Corri Congratulations, Mali, on all you have accomplished so far and wishing you much success in all your future endeavors. We are so proud of you! Love you so much. Uncle Laird & Auntie Barb We have been so lucky to be a part of your life the past 21 years and we couldn’t be more proud of this major accomplishment. e love ou enna arper effre It has been an absolute joy watching your remarkable journey and seeing all that you have embraced along the way at LMU. You continue to amaze us with your every step, giving us so many reasons to be proud of you. Celebrating your time at LMU is only the beginning of your amazing adventure through life. No matter where your path may take you, know that we are your biggest fans, always will be, and you have our love and support as you follow your heart and continue your journey through life. We love you ’til the stars don’t shine no more. ll our love ad om oel o e

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MICHAEL PETERS

SAMUEL PIIBE

SCREENWRITING ‘18

PSYCHOLOGY ‘17

1996-2017

1994-2016

“You needed a lifetime with [him] because it was only through time that you got to uncover just how funny, opinionated, creative and incredibly passionate he was.”

“Piibe was very genuine, a trait I think made him speak as little as he did. Just through his presence, he was an inspiration to be more assertive and comfortable in the world around.”

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Agopian, Jacqueline Aguas, Christianne Aguerre, Marina 267 A G Aguilar, Maria Elena Aguilar, Rony Aguilera, Madison 271 Aguirre, Isabel Ahmad, Shakeel 120, 262 Ahn, Brian 264 Ahn, Elizabeth 120 Ahn, Sungwoo Aicher, Alexandria Aimonetti, Shelbi 120, 226, 299 Aitchison, Chandler Aitken, Victoria A G Akarakian, Ara Akarakian, Aren 259 Akavi, Daniel Akeyson, Conor Akhenaton, Arman Akin, Lauren 232, 271, 275 Akopians, Michael 259 Akopyan, Adam 266 Akopyan, Aleksandra Alarfaj, Ahmed Albares, Timothy Alberts, Michael Albiar, Ariana 262 Albright, Sophie 259 Alburez Myers, Marcus 76 A G Alcantar, Jordan 214 Alcerro, Patrick Aldredge, Brittany 221, 267, 275 A G Alejar, Angelina Louise Aleman, Justin 120, 276, 292 Alemseged, Maraky 120 Alesi, Octavio 232 Al Essa, Tamara Alevizos, Yianni Alexander Ph.D, Bryant 102 Alexander, Chris 269, 276 Alexander, Kevin Alfadhli, Lana Alfaozan, Tareq Al-faraj, Talal Alfaro, Maria A A A Alford, Breanna 226 Al Fozan, Abdulaziz

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AlFulaij, Abdulaziz Algarin, Briana 259 Alghanem, Abdullah A G Algharaballi, Mohammed Alghunaim, Bader 120 Al Hajeri, Abdulaziz AlHajraf, Anaf Alhallak, Fadia 120 Al Hammad, Mariam Al Homaidhi, Yousef Al Humaidhi, Hamad Aliano, Elisa 120, 259 Ali, Emeraldo 120, 264 Alifa, Mariana 260, 276 Aliman, Claudia 120, 130, 303 A Aljojo, Nadia AlKhater, Ali Al-khayat, Rulla 120, 277 Al-Khodari, Sultan 120 Allegra-Berger, Asa 268 Allegretti, Matthew 277 Allen, Michael Allen, Tyler 120 Alling, Nicholas 260 Allison, Destiny All Service Org Night 11, 244 Almani, Mohammed Almashan, Sulaiman Almehmadi, Louai Almulhem, Abdullah Almutawa, Fahad Al Nahedh, Mariam Alnassar, Feeras Aloe Blacc 4 Aloiso, Mariano Al-Olayan, Fahad Alonso, Carlos 198 Alothman, Dawood Aloum, Lama Alpha Chi Omega 259, 279, 281 Alpha Delta Gamma 259, 286 Alpha Kappa Alpha 259, 281 Alpha Kappa Psi 259 Alpha Phi 259, 278, 282 Alpha Psi Omega 260 Alpman, Kerem Alqarzai, Muhammad 266 AlQatami, Naser Al-Qatami, Talal Alramzi, Yousef Alrefai, Husam AlSabah, Abdulaziz

Alsabah, Meteb Alsager, Faisal A Alsalem, Faisal Alsalloum, Salman AlSaqer, Rashed Alshalfan, Abdullah Alshammari, Abdullah Alshehabi, Munira Alshehri, Salman Al-Sheikh, Alia AlShiha, Mansoor 120, 267 Alsoulah, Lina Alsudais, Fahad Alsudais, Salman AlSultan, Nasser AlTamimi, Ali Altamirano, Melanie Altemus, Stephanie 121 Althobaiti, Afnan Alvarado, Anthony Alvarado, Celine 264 Alvarado, Jose 121, 276 Alvarado, Max 121 Alvarenga, Lynsey Amore 114, 121, 276 Alvarez, Adam 121, 267 Alvarez, Alfonso 269 Alvarez, Claudia 267, 274, 276 Alvarez, Jackeline 60, 261 Alvarez, Karen 121, 170 Alvarez, Karina 77, 121, 347 Alvarez, Lauren Alvarez, Marissa 274, 275 Alverson, Mary 267, 274 A G Alvord, Nila AlWaqayan, Najla Alwazzan, Mohammad Alyahya, Hamad Alyaseen, Abdullah 121 A G A G A G Amantea, Eva Amarantos, Emily A G Amato, Sadie 121, 259 Amayo, Kelvin 226 Amber, Brittany 271 Ambrose, Erin Ametani, Takaaki 121 Amezcua, Olivia 267 Amezquita, Flor

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Amin, Jahaan Amis, Erin 264 Amurao, Joshua Amusat, Joy 108 Ancient Worlds Club 260 Andelin, Lauren 267, 274 Andersen, Sydney Anderson, Alexandria Anderson, Asia Anderson, Aspen Anderson, Hunter Anderson, Kathryn 267 Anderson, Kelli Anderson, Lauren 259 Anderson, Lee 269 Anderson, Siobhan 227 Anderson, Taylor 232, 261 Andres, Marissa 264 Andrews, Alexa Andrews, James Ang, Alexander Angeli, Lindsay 263, 265, 289 Angelo, Brendan 121, 261 Angelone, Raquel 220 A G Anggriani, Shienni Ang, Kelsey Marie Angmorter, Christopher 121 Anguiano, Nicole Ang, Weiyi Annicchiarico, Valeria 264 Anthony, Brandon Anthony, Connor 273 Antillon, Austin 273 Antony, Nina 272 Antony, Riya Aparicio, Angelo 121, 322 Apelryd, Johanna 211, 221, 238 Apodaca, Jessica 239 Apodaca, John Apple, Eva 270 Applewood, Claire Aquilina, Tyler Aquino, Jessica Ann 121, 268, 300 Aquino, Natasha Aragon, Samuel Arai, Marin Aranez, Allyson 272 Arango, Melanie Araujo, Alberto Arbanas, Michael 121, 273 Arbini, Andrew Archambault, Christina

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Asinas, Emilyn Dolores 197 Asiri, Abdulaziz Askenazi, Rachel 263, 274 ASLMU 8, 10, 11, 17, 24, 260 ASLMU Senate 260 Asmadi, David A G Aspeitia, Daniel Asprodites, Konrad 273 Astorga, Harley Athaide, Kristin 264 Atherton, Stefani 262 Athimaritis, Alex 214 Athletes in Action 260 Athletics Department 367 Atkinson, Kyle Atmodjo, Winston Attalla, Mathew Attanasio, John Attar, Angel 121, 259 Aubuchon, Micheline 227 Au, David Auday, Emily Audette, Joshua Augello, Anthony A G Au, Jordan 259 Auto Enthusiasts Club 261 Au, Zhiuhe Avalos, Nicholas Avelino, Justin Avery, Tyler Avila, Marcus 49, 193, 221, 238 Avitia, Izaura 260, 263 Avolio, Christopher Awad, Zeina Awramko, Jessy Axelrode, Brigitte 121, 263, 344 Aydin, Levent Ayoub, Siham 267, 268 Ayres, Haley 121, 263, 291 Ayvazian, Natasha 260 Azar, Joshua 122, 260, 292 Azer, Michael Azevedo, Jessica 122, 259, 291 Azinge, Chukwuemeka Azoian, Christina 122, 260, 271 Azuoma, Brandon Azuoma, Charlton

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Bernal, Juan Sebastian 265, 276 Bernardin, Joshua Bernskoetter, Sarah 112, 264, 274 B Berouty, Melissa 233 Berquist, Peter 271 Berry, Sharese 367 Besharat, Brandon Besharat, Bryan 124 Beskind, Hannah 277 Bessudo, Elias Best, Nikolas Betancourt, Adam 182, 262, 264, 274 Beta Theta Pi 260, 261, 279, 285 Bethel, Kylie BeyoncĂŠ 279 Bhalla, Devin Bhardwaj, Anusha Biaggi, Antonio Biancardi, Evan 276 Bianchini, Daria Bianco, Katherine 260, 269 Biber, Julia 124 Bieber, Justin 279 Bieker, Brendan 124 Bienaime, Paul 259, 273 Bierbaum, Tanner Bierei, Kayla 124, 127, 271 Biggio, Jessica Bigley, Savannah Billings, Christian 260, 262 Billy, McKenna Bilotti, Nunzio 124 Bingemann, Jacob Binman, Miriam 263 Biondi, Justine 276 B Birkhofer, Timon 269 Biscardi, Amanda 263 Bishara, Chantal Bishkin, Zachary 259, 262 Bishop, Mary Catherine 267 B G Bitton, Sabrine Bjerke, Emily 124, 263, 265 Blacet, Megan 263 Blach, Margaret Blackhart, Danielle 271 Blackman, Taylor 124, 263 Black Student Services 16 Blagojevich, Sara B G B G Bland, Abigail 267, 271 Blank, Joshua Blatnick, Brian 261 Blatt, Rigel Blatz, Courtney 124 Blau, Brandon 124, 266 Blaz, Hayden Blazier, Jake Blaz, Samantha 124, 267 Bledsoe, Jazmyne Blik, Aleksander

B'Llamas-Reynoso, Alexandra 267, 268, 272, 275 Block, Jordan 260, 263 Blong, Luke Bloom, Ali 259 Blouin, Jasmin Blouin, Miyuki 259 Blount, Camara 124 Blum, Jacob Boadla Handal, Arianna Board, Stephen 266 B Bobadilla, Andrea 124 Bobo, Amanda 259 Bocca, Mimosa Bockian, Sarah 124, 263 Bodair, Brynn Body Image Awareness Month 16 Boeke, Theodore 233 Boente, Matthew Boggs, Christian Bogh, Abby Boghokian, Anto 260 Bogoratt, Sarai 124, 265, 271, 289 Bohnert, Jennifer 263 Bohuslav, Luke 124, 227, 275 Boland, Meghan Bolden, Sarina 220, 223 B G Bonanno, Maria 124 Bonaratti, Michael 274 B G Bond, Henry 273, 274 Bonham, Kelly 259 Bonk, John Bonnell, Rayana Bonnet, Alexandra Boone, Ethan Booth, Dominique 259 Boppell, Colin 124, 271, 273 Boral, Sayantika 276 Borchenko, Nicholas 79, 227, 230 Bordji, Iman Borges-Burr, Regan 259, 266, 267 Borgeson-Leake, Teagan Borges, Renee Borja, Che 124 Bornemann, Evan Borsikian, Vartouhi Bortolin, Angelo Bosch, Anna Boselli, Molly 262 B G Bostwick, Caitlin 124 Bosveld, Megan 260, 268 Botero, Patrick 259 Boteva, Toni Bottita, Vincent 6, 260 Bouchard, Aubrey Bouey, Christopher 276 B A Bouhouch, Zainab Boulanikian, Lusine

Boulas, Alexandra 260 Bourgeois, Alexander 227, 275 Bourne, Shannon Bouz, Anthony Bove Ed.D, Elena M. 91, 191, 368 Bove, Heidi 259 Bovill, John 220 Bowden, Marissa Bowman, Hannah 263 Bowman, Skylar Boyac, Anthony Boyce, Charles 227 Boyer, Steven 260 Boyle, Diana 124, 271 Bo, Z Braccia, Abigail 272 Brackbill, Clara 124, 239 Bradford, Jessica Bradley, Keiva 260 Brady, Davis 220 Brady, Michael 124 Braekman, Kea 269 Brah, Harman 270 Brain, Donna Bramble, Lily 263 Bramble-Manning, Jelani 262 Bramhe, Rohan Brand, Alexa 263 Brandon, Lauren B Brant, William 264, 273 Brasali, Ariel Brauner, Julia Brauner, Simon 275 Braun, Lacey 261 Braun, Matthew 214 Braun, Mitchell 125, 268 Bravo, Judith Brazelton, Philip Breall, Nathan Breaugh, Kiera Breceda, Nicolas 264, 267, 271, 274 Brehns, Stephanie 263 Bremer, Rebecca 125, 262, 263 Brenkwitz, Benjamin 125, 271, 276 Brennan, Karina Brennan, Sean 272 Brenner, Harrison 268 Bress, Sophie Brewer, Riley 125, 162 Brewer, Taylor Briano, Stephanie 260, 262 Bright, Taylor Brightwell, Austin 271 Brion, Andre 259 Brittain, Angela Britt, Elliot 262, 266 Britton, Casey Britton, Daniel Brkich, Jack 233 Brockwell, Marc B Brogan, Kayla 32

Broide, Sophie 276 Bromley, Elizabeth 265 Brostrom, David Brothers of Consciousness 261 Brown, Alicia 233, 237 Brown, Andrew 270 Brown, Brandon 226, 228 Brown, Courtney 125 Brown, Daroda B L Browne, Dylan 263 Brown, Erica Brown, Evan B G Brown, Hailee 262, 263, 277 Brown, Isaiah 265 Brown, James Brown, Lauren 125, 263, 283 Brownlee, Tyrone Brown, Luisa Brown, Madison 125, 263, 332 Brown, Phillip Brown, Ryan 227 Brown, Susanne 125 Brown, Timon 221 Brown, William Brown, Willow Bruce-Eisen, Sarah Bruell, Alyssa 125, 142, 275 Bruemmer, Rory Bruening, Aimee Bruggeman, Adelaide B A Brunetta, Nicole Brunette, Cassandra 125, 308 Brunetti, Shannon 125 Bruno, Thomas Bruns, Austin 268 Brunt, John Van 172 Bruza, Sophia 125, 259 Bryan, Camille 268 Bryan, Madeleine 263 Bryant, Darian 125 Bryant-Manago, Marissa 214, 259, 275 Bryant, Nicole 272 Bryant, Nyasha 125, 263 Bryant, Raquel Buchanan, Tyler Buckhalter, Jacob 125 Buckingham, Josephine 226 Buda, John Budetti, Dominic 270 Budhwani, Khallisa Budiman, Ursula Buenaventura, Cara 263, 265 Buendia, Kristian Buenrostro, Ebonie 264 Buenrostro, Vanessa 125 Buerger, Alexa Bugarin, Christopher 125, 256, 272, 322 Bugg, Alexander B G Bui, Derrick 271

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Bui, Vanessa 125 Bump, Samantha 263 Bunce, Kaley 269 Bunikiewicz, Kiejstut Bunkis, Justin 213 Bunting, Samantha Buonarati, Michael 125, 276 Burch, Kristen 259, 263 Burdick, Claire 259 Burger, Joshua 125, 266 Burgis, Emma B G Burke, Megan 268 Burke, Ryan 272 Burk, Raleigh 269 B G Burnett, Jon 265 B G Burns, Jessica 268 Burpee, Yusef Burris, Connor 125, 273 Burroughs, Morgan Burrud, Kathryn Bursick, Dylan Burt, Bradley 265, 270 Burt, Caroline 125, 263, 276 Burton, Elizabeth Burton, Samantha 260, 265 Bush, Allison 125, 263 Bustamante, Nicole Bustillos, Carlo 261 Bustillos, Christine 125, 262, 263 Butler, Alexandra 267, 274 Butler, Elli Butler-Santiel, Shelby 126, 142, 259, 270, 304 B Buxani, Kabir B G Buyabes, Azzah Buyabes, Qutaiba Bybee, Anna 263, 265 Byrd, Armando 275 Byrd, Jade 126, 335 Byrne, James

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Cabande, Maria 221 Cabarse, Nicholas Cabatic, Martin 264, 265, 272, 273 Cabello, Brianna 221, 259 Cabezas, Fabio 260, 267 Cabrera, Camille 259 Cabrera, Natalie 126, 263 Cacho, Luis Caestecker, Ella Cahalan, Patrick J. 190 Cahn, Joseph 268 Caicedo, Bridger 276 Calcanas, Matthew 267, 268, 271, 272, 274 Calderazzo, Nicholas Calhoun, Jordyn 270 Calhoun Mummert, Mia 263

Calianese, Catherine Calilung, Zachary 126, 261, 273 Callans, Carly 54, 126 Callas, Bradley Callaway, Caroline Callaway, Sophie 272 Callen, Jashawn Callihan, Chase Calnan, Sarah 126, 259 Calo, Kathryn 267 Caltagirone, Kimberly 263 Calton, Hannah 232, 234, 261 Calucchia, Christie 126, 267, 276 Calvelo, Kevin Ray Camacho, Chelsea 266 Camacho, Sabrina 30, 204 Cameron, Kaitlin Cameron-Petersen, Callie Cameron, Zachary Campbell, Chynna 259 Campbell, Ciara 126, 239, 333 Campbell, Emily 126 Campbell, Kennedy Campbell, Kristin 126, 259 Campbell, Madeline 126, 259 Campbell, Mikayla 126 Camp, Briana Campion, Julia 267, 276 Campo, Dale 187, 269 Campoverde, Daniel Campus Ministry 27, 44 Canagaraj, Naga Shree Canales, Hannah Canales, Madeline 126, 263 Canas, Emily 269 Canchola, Mario 267, 268, 269, 273, 274 Candela, Jessica 239 C G Canela, Desirae 267 Canela, Emmely 268 C G R Cano, Seattle Cantrell, Hampton 191 Cantu, Anthony Cao, Catherine 259 Cao, Ran Capestany, Lucas Capobianco, Victoria Cappellini, Jacqueline Capuano Papadimitriu, Polyxeni Carbone, Kameryn 276 Carbone, Karlie 126, 266, 276 Cardamone, Angela 268 Cardenas, Isaac 267 Cardone, Angelo Career Expo 182 Carfona, John 190 Cargill, Lilia Carin, Erica 259 Carino, Marisa 57, 221, 238, 270 Carles, Eric 43, 268 Carley, Patrick 273 Carlson, Cassidy Carlson, Emily 263, 264, 274

Carlson, Mari Carlucci, Callie Carman, Emily 220, 275 Carmona Ph.D, Victor 197 Carmouche, Natalie 268 Caroe, Kimberly 126 Caro, Fr. Robert 31, 191 Carothers, Anna 263 Carpenter, Charles 267 Carpenter, Elyse Carpenter, Heather 264 Carpenter, Johannes 126 Carpenter, Justin 269 Carpenter, Susanne 262 Carraher, Matthew 270 Carr, Allie Carr, Lindsay 215 Carr, Sara Carr, Tennaya 259 Carranza, Erick Carreon, Joseph 126, 299 Carreon, Madeline Carrera, Jacqueline Carrera, Mia Carrington, Calix 259 Carrington, Lisa 126, 263 Carroll, Aaron Carroll, Justin Carroll, Kevin 126 Cartelli, Hannah 126, 259, 301 Carter, Delaney 259, 274 Carter, Melanie Carter, Rene Cartin, Shawn Cartmel, Drew C G Caruso, Hannah 277 Caruso, Rachel 270 Carvajal, Andrea 267 Carvalho, Brennan 261 Carvallo, Christian 78, 126 Cary, Alezae Casadont, Marco Casimiro, Jackson Casim, Michael Cassellius, Seth Cassettari, Mitchell Cassidy, Catriona Cassidy, Maureen 190 Cassidy, Samuel C Castaneda, Nayelli Castellanos, Juliza 126 Castellanos, Kristen 215, 218 Castelo, Francesco Castelo, Paulina Castillo, Diana C G Castillo, Megan 266, 274 Castillo, Sebastian Castillo, Sylvana Castleman, Justin Cast, Makenzie 226, 275 Casto, Kyle 126 Caston, Cullen

Caston, Robin Castro Bastida, Michelle Castro, Eduardo 194 Castro, Juliana 127 Castro, Marissa 264 Castro, Michelle Castro-Peñate, Mercedes 127, 267 Castro, Rafael Castro, Victoria Catalasan, Ariel 127, 263 Catchings, Omar 127, 260 Cater, Nathaniel Catrone, Lily Catsavas, Joseph 127 C Cavanaugh, Kenneth Cavanaugh, Kyle 127, 263, 296 Cavanaugh, Richard Cavdar, Can Cayas, Ronnalyn Joy Cazarez, Michael 268 Cea, Nicholas 127 Cease, Adam Cecilio, Tyra Cecil, Makena 263 Cedillo, Melissa 76, 261 Celestino, Christienne Cellars, Jason 273 Ceniceros, Steven 127 Cercado, Lea 127 Cerda, Clarissa 127, 262, 267 Cerniglia, Liam Cervantes, Stephanie 267 Cetnarowski, Lauren 271 Cha, Zac 263 Chadwick, Kaitlyn 262, 276 Chae, Alice Chai, Celine Zi Yin Chai, Mia Chamieh, Tania 127, 295 Chami, Samuel Champagne, Hannah 259 Chan, Allison 263, 264, 265 Chan, Amy Chan, Andrew 127 Chan, Christine 232 Chan, Jennifer Chan, Kevin 276 Chance, Shannon 263 Chandler, Rebecca 191 Chandrawan, Edwin 127, 170 Chang, Irene 127, 263 Chang, Jeremy Chang, Johanna Chang, Kate 127, 263 Chang, Ren-Taylor Chang, Winston 259 Chan-O-Cha, Prayut 5 C G Chapman, Luke 267 Chapman, Timothy 127 Charbonneau, Erik Chardonnet, Annabelle 259 Charles, Parker 264, 272

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Chase, Tyler 239 Chatwin, Bailey 128, 271, 319 Chatwin, Coby 264 C G Chaves, Marissa Chavez, Darwin Chavez, Pablo Chavez, Ruby 128 Chavez, Steven 233 Chavez-Valdivia Moreno, Sandra 264 Chavosh, Famy 259 Chavoya, Eric 128, 268 Cheancharadpong, Ponr Cheban, Jacqueline 128, 131 Cheeks, Morris 261 Cheer, Eva 128, 175 Cheer 67, 225, 370 Chemieh, Tania 260 Chen, Edenne 265, 269 Chen, Hogan 128, 260, 267 Chen, Huan Chen, Jennifer 268 Chen, Jiajun Chen, Jocelyn Cai Chen, Jolyn Chen, Jomi 259 Chen, Ju Yin Chen, Li-Ting Chen, Lu-ting (Sabrina) 268 Chen, Mi Mi 265 Chen, Xi Chen, Zhikai Chen, Zhiqun 128 Chen, Zuyi 259 Cheng, Adrian Cheng, Alexandria 128, 271 Cheng, Amy Cheng, Hiu Lam Cheng, Kimmey Cheng, Marissa 264, 268 Cheng, Noppasorn 264 Cheng, Stella 128, 263 Chenoweth, Christopher Cheren, Michael 259 Cheskis, Ben Chesney, Daion Cheung, Kaitlyn 272 Chew, Emma 267 Chew, Hannah 259 Chew, Nicholas Chew, Nick 266 Chhajed, Rashi 128, 271 Chi, Travis Chia, Zheng 128 Chidester, Emily Chik, Sarah 128 Chiles, Simon Chin, Brandon 260 Chin, Jennifer 263 Ching, Alexander 259 Ching, Lelaina 128, 263 Ching, Melannie 259, 265, 270 Chintamaneni, Sai 261 Chiquita, Cheryl Crystal 128, 266

Chiu, Charis Choe, Eileen 266, 271, 274 Choe, Erica 262 Choe Ph.D, Tina 102, 274 Cho, Hyun Cho, Roy Choi, Jong Suk Choice, Naomi Cho, Jordyian 118, 128 Cho, Roy Chong, Kaynan Chopra, Anjali 128 Chopra, Reeyah 270 Chopra, Shivain 268 Chorneyko, Anna 128, 264, 266 C G Chow, Charlene 259, 268, 275 Chow, Christine 128 Chow, Jane 263, 265 Chow, Miles 220, 275 Cho, Yian 118, 128, 259 Cho, Yun Ji Christensen, Brooke 233 Christensen-Levy, Hannah 267 Christhopher, Jason 128 Christian Life Community 28 Christian, Matthew 128 Christianson, Robert Christianson, Thomas Christin, Christin 128 Christmas Tree Lighting 10 Christopher, Sydney Christou, Christina 259, 275 Chu, Christina Chu, Tanner Chu, Theodore 264 Chua, Jennifer Chudy, Alyssa 267 Chudzinski, Kellie 276 Chunapongse, Natriya Chun, Ellen Chun, Ethan 270 Chun, Natriya 265 Chung, Donna 128, 271 Chung, Haley 272 Chung, Jennifer 128, 259, 265 Chung, Yoonmy 264 Chustz, Sydni 128 Chuvashina, Alena Chyon, Joanne Cicchini, Vanessa 199, 192 Cicekci, Natalie 264 Cifuentes, Mario 267 C G Cima, Julia Cinatl, Julie Cinco, Ayrton Cinnamon, Lily Cintas, Justin 55 Clapp, Breanna 277 Clark, Austin 214 Clarke, Amanda Clarke, Allison 264 Clark, Jordan Clark, Kyle 271, 273

Clark, Madison Clark, Meghanne 259 Clark, Mia 270, 274 Clark, Samantha 129, 259 Clark, Scott Clark, Stephanie 259 Clark, Taylor 274 Clinton, Hillary 42, 43 Clinton, Tyler Close, Charles Closer Than We Think 16, 83, 85 Closson, Nicole 263 Clougher, Kaleigh 268, 274 C G Clowdus, Nicole Club Baseball, Men's 66 Club Basketball, Women's 54 Club Ice Hockey, Men's 55 Club Lacrosse, Men's 37 Club Lacrosse, Women's 37 Club Ski & Board 78 Club Soccer, Men’s 269 Club Soccer, Women's 66, 277 Club Tennis 262 Club Volleyball, Men’s 269 Club Volleyball, Women’s 277 Coats, Derek Cobos, Levi Cochrane, Annalisa Cody, Lauren Coe, McKenzie 263 C Cohen, Alena Cohen, Chad 259 Cohen, Danielle 129, 259 Cohen, Jamie 263 Cohen, Phil 275 Cohen, Taylor Cohen, Tyler 233 Coito, Meleana Cojuangco, Claudia 129, 348 Col, Nicholas Colanero, Audrey 261 Colbert, Chloe 220 Colburn, Spencer 264, 267 Coleman II, C. Ulualo 4 Coleman, Joseph Coleman, Nadea Cole, Nicholas Coletta, Alexandra 239 Coley, Jordan 269 Colick, Katharine College of Business Administration 209 College of Communication & Fine Arts 206 Collier, Catherine 263 Collins, Katherine 129, 268, 273 Collins, Nicholas C G Colquitt, Blake Colson, Tyler 261 Colton, Blake 262, 266, 268 Colvin, Samantha 129, 263 Comaschi, Eleonora

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355 Concert Band 262 Coney, Phillip 129, 276, 277 Conley, Ashley Conlon, Helena 268 Connella, Cassandra 129 Connell, Katherine 260 Conner, Brennan Conner, Makala Conners, Neal Connors, Catherine 262 Consani, Nora 129, 260, 268 C G Conteh, Sahid 220 Contreras, Christian Contreras, Kaylee 259 Conway, Scott Cook, Brett 263 Cook, Makenzie 263, 277 Cook, Muneerah Cook, Stefan Cooper, Alexandra 266, 271 Cooper, Carl 271 Cooper, Jatori 129 Cooper, Maya 204 Copeland, Alena Copeland, Megan 274 Coradini, Daniella 129, 263, 328 Corbett, Kristen 263 Cordero, Nicholas Cordier, Rebecca 263 Cordova, Caroline 129 Cordova, Emily 129 Cordova, Thalia 263 Corea, Carmen Corman, Bayley Corman, Maxwell 268 Cormier, Shelby 220, 261 Cornforth, Meagan Cornwell, Forrest 129 Corona, Daniela Corral, Alejandro 319 Corral, Cruz 220 Corral IV, Alejandro 129 C A A Bruna Correira, Conner Cosani, Nora 277 Cosca, Jessica 259 Cosmero, Matthew C G Costin, Parker 129, 267 Cotterel, Trevor 269 Cotter, Kimberley 129, 263 Counseling Graduate Student Association 262 Covarrubias, John Cox, Dwayne Cox, Sarah Cox, Taylor Coxsey, Jimesa 264 Coyne, Anthony 263 Crabtree Ph.D, Robbin 102 Cragg, Henry Crane, Robert 272, 276 Crane, Sean

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Cranston, Christopher Craver, Owen Crawford, Allison 265 Crawford, Blake Crawford, Jordan 263 Crawford, Miles Creare 249, 262 Creasy, Timothy Creixell, Elena 129, 271 Crema, Andrew 129 Cremmen, Nicole Crespin, Iliana Crespin, Jimmy 129, 262, 267, 268 Crespo, Andrea Crew, Men's 67, 243 Crimson Circle 249, 262 Crippin, Collin Crispeno, Kelsey 129, 271, 284 Crittenden, Chase 263 Crocker, James Crockett, Brandon Crosby, Katrina 276 Cross, Andrew Cross, Candice Cross, Caroline 129, 263 Cross, Drew 261 Cross, Kevin Cross, Peyton 129 Cross Country, Men's 58, 79, 221, 224 Cross Country, Women's 36, 56, 58, 221 Crossen, Rayne 273 Crowell, Erinn 270, 274 Crowther, Blake Crowther, Janelle 129 Cruz, Frank 213 C G Cruz, Oscar Cruz, Sheila Cruz-Vega, Brielle 130, 271, 345 Crystal, Eva 271 Cu, Taylor 77, 130, 267, 268 Cue, Maria Cuevas, Ezequiel 130 Cullars, Maliyah C G Cummings, Hannah Cummings, Kathleen 268 Cunningham, Chloe Cunningham II, Michael Cunningham II, Shawn 261 Cuozzo, Matthew Curcio, Lauren Curis Educatione Luventutis 262 Curnett, Olivia 130, 263 Curry, Ashley 267 Curtis, Samantha 259, 276 Cusi-Asquith, Connor Cusumano, Taylor 259 Cuzner, Emily 130, 271, 274, 330 Cycon, Caroline 259

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D'Ambrosio, Jenna D’Amore, Jason 232 da Motta, Julia Da Rosa, Ceceli 263 Dabdoub, Aminah 267 Daccarett-Char, Paulina Dadsetan, Henry 260, 268 Daggett, Megan 263 Daily, Zoe Dalton, Alexander Daly, Truman Danchok, Samantha Danforth, Kyla 57, 221, 238 Dang, Daniel Dang, Dion 265, 268, 270 Daniel, Leah 269 Daniels, Abigail Dankowski, Adam 273 Danner, Logan Dao, Ryan Dapkus, Haley 250, 264 Dargert, Ashley 269 G Darrouzet, John Dart, Nicholas Daryanani, Rahul 130 Dashefsky, Kylee 130, 267 Dauchot, Nicholas 220 Dau, Victorria 263, 270 Davallou, Laylee 130 Daves, Larry 265, 289 David, Evan David, Sharla Isabel 260 Davidson, Blake Davidson, Molly 263 Davies, Helen Davila, Helena 130 Davila, Themelina 260, 263 Davis, Allyson 260, 264, 274 Davis, Anna Davis, Benjamin 221, 238 Davis, Brittany 265 Davis, Christiana 274 Davis, Katherine 267 Davis Jr., Keith 130, 276 Davis, Megan 263 Davis, Melissa Davis, Mirella 264 Davis, Mollie Davison, Mara Davis, Samantha 271, 276 Davison, Pierce 130 Davydov, Stephany 270 Daw, Katherine 130, 269 Dawley, Jillian 56, 58, 59, 221, 238 Dawson, Joshua 265 Dawson, Kendra Dawson, Riley 261, 265, 285, 289 Day, Maylon 268 De Boer, Cameron de Bondt, Kayla 57 B G

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de Boulay, Daniel 263 De Dios, Hernz Joshua De Jesu, Monica 263 L G A De Leon, Andre Thiele De Leon, Margarita De Loera Brust, Antonio 130, 269, 272 De Mello, Alicia 276 De Pierola, Camila de Recat, Elle De Rouen, Jonathan 266 de Rutte, Jennifer De Silva, Sajana Dea, Michael 270 Dea, Nicholas DeAngelo, Holly 263 Dean, Laura DeBlaey, Ryan 130, 267 Deck, Fr. Allan 4, 71 Decolati, Nicholas 212, 233 Deen, Sophia 262 DeFors, Sarah DeFrees, Madison 130, 259 DeFreest, Jackson G A Del Castillo, Ivan Del Cid, Sergio Del Rey Players 25, 63, 263 Del Santo, Michael 289 del Valle, Louisa 131, 239 DeLangis, Branden 262 Delanty, Scott 259 deLaroche, Caitlin 263 Deleon, Benjamin Deleon, Cathleen 131, 306 Deleon, Julia DeLeon, Mia Celeste 131, 265, 312 Delfs, Lucas 273 Delgadillo, Jasmin 131 Delgado Castellanos, Yazmin Delgado Cornejo, Diana 267, 269, 272 Delia, Katarina 302 Deline, Carrie 259, 264, 274 Delisle, Lauren 270 Dell, Jon 269 Dellomes, Christopher 131 Dell’Oro, Marco 268 Delta Delta Delta 263, 282 Delta Gamma 263, 283 Delta Kappa Alpha 263 Delta Sigma Phi 278, 279, 289 Delta Sigma Pi 263 Delta Zeta 183, 263, 279, 283 DeLuca, Sarah 263 DeLucia, Joshua Delzio, Heather Demakos, Stephen DeMasters, Michael 131 DeMay, Joel DeMesma, Kamara 131, 270, 310 Demos, Christa 271

Dempsey, Fr. Sean 72 Dempster, Jack 269 Dendle, Sabrina 131, 276, 298 Deng, Yuchan Deninger, Justin 276 Dennehy, Michael Dennis, Isabella 269 Dennis, Katria Dennis, Raymond 191 Denny, Reagan 214, 275 Densmore, Madison 263 Deol, Harman 271 DePalma, Rebecca 271 Department of Art & Art History 5 DePriest, Bobbi 274 Der Abrahamian, Lea 260 Derham, Brett DeRosa, Angelo 269 Desai, Parth Desai, Shivum DeSanctis, Lindsey Desmond, Alyssa 131, 259, 271, 277 Desmond, William 194 Detamore, Jordan 273 D’Evelyn, Charlotte 268 Devian, Taylor Devlin, Cira DeWan, Rory 232 Dewey, Chauncey 209 Dewhurst, Delaney 263 Dewhurst, Kelsey 131, 259 Dewi, Avinda Dewitt, Alexander 261 G Dhuyvetter, Louise Dialogue on Race 4, 46 Diamond Dash 183 Diamond, Lacee 58 Dianata, Monalisa 131 Dias, Austin 268 Dias, Justin 263 Diaz, Austin Diaz, Aya 261 Diaz, Jacob Diaz, Karla Diaz, Maria 131, 267 Diaz, Nicholas Diaz, Robert 233 Diaz, Victor 27, 269 Dibbern, Natalia 264, 269, 274 DiBiagio, Alexander Dichter, Vladimir 131 Dickerhoof, Summer Dickison, Danica Dickson, Danica 263 Didde, Albert Dietz, Robert Diez, Rafael G G G Dignum, Andrew Dijamco, Daniel

Dilanchyan, Jacqueline Dillard, Blain Dillon, Avery Dimaya, Brenda 265, 268, 270 Dinh, Bill Din, Okkar Min 198 Dirks, Amanda 131, 233, 261 Dishno, Brandon 131, 264, 304 Disla, Dominic Distribution Center 367 DiTano, Arielle 132 Divine, Dominick Divyendar, Deekshitha 259 Dix, Mekleit 89, 185, 260, 266, 269 Dixon, Chelsea Dixon, D. Antoine 269, 276 Dixon, Izel Dixon, Victoria Dizon, Ian 132, 268, 270 Dizon, Kristine 261 Djie, Michelle 132 Dmitrieva, Alexandra Dobbs, Kimberly 267, 274 Dobon, Paige 132, 263, 265, 289 Dobyns, Claire 259 Dodge, McKenzie 132, 271 Dodson, Arissa Dodson, Hailey 271 G Doghri, Amine Doherty, Anuoluwakiitan Doherty, Virginia 132 Do, Kaelyn 265 Dolcini, Valente 265, 267, 289 Dolegowski, Matthew 132, 267 Dols, Daniel 271 Domarocki, Raquel 263, 266 Domingo, Brandon 132, 259, 270 Domingo, Heather 132, 143, 271 Domingo, Justice 267 Dominguez, Anneliese 132, 259, 291 Dominguez, Brandon Dominguez, Christina Dominguez, Cindy 267, 273 Dominguez, Justine 132, 269 Dominguez, Melissa 259 Dominique, Sascha 215 Donabedian, Halie 266 Donahue, Devin 132, 263 Donahue, Morgan 132, 263 Donnelly, Alice 263 Donohue, Claire 263 Donovan, Patrick 265, 289 Dooling, Joseph 261 Dopeso, Connor 132 Dopeso, Madeline 259 C Dorfman, Samuel 273 Dorling, Numa 239, 242 Dorsey, Christopher 132 Dossa, Christina 132, 326 Dotseth, Mark 220

Doty, Madisen Doud, Emma 215 Dougherty, Melissa 265, 266, 274 Douglas, John Douthit, David Dozier, Kyle 233, 236 Drange, Kelsey Draper, Dennis W. 103 Drawing Circus 60 Drewe, Mackenzie 268 Dreyfuss, Alexandra Droivold, Nathan 132, 260, 276 Drolshagen, Helena 259, 262 Dryden, Robert Du, Jingyuan Du, Junyi Duangsri, Wissuta Duarte, Adan 275 Duarte, Kimberly 267 Duarte, Michelle 263 Dubay, Will 220 DuBay, William DuBose, Destinee 277 DuBose, Nina Ducar, Ryan Dudek, Kate 268 Duderstadt, Victoria Duenas, Izabel 267 Dugay, Chase 132, 259, 262, 270 Dulak, Alexander 260, 276 Duncan, Thomas Dunlap, Mike 226 Dunn, Emma 259 Dunoguez, Lisette Duong-Le, Kevin 268 Duong, Seanna 132, 262, 268, 272 Duplantier, Brooke 276 DuPree, Matthew G Durie, Taylor Durkan-Simonds, Abagail 264, 265 Durkan-Simonds, Deirdre 265 Durling, Alyssa Duron, Dominique Duronslet, Raymond Dutkiewicz, Kent 259 Dutt, Varun 107, 132, 271 Dwyer, Blake 114, 132, 176, 260, 265, 267 Dwyer, Mika Dy, Jessica Ashley 259, 265, 276 Dzul, Charity 263

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Eagan, Lauren 271 Eason, Jack 273 Easter, Destiny 25, 132 Eastwood, Morgan Eaton, Jalyn 274 Ebers, Emma-Rose 267 E G

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E G Ebner, Keaton 267 Eckstrom, James Econ, Rachel 133 Edgerton, Kevin 133, 259 Edmiston, Tyler 263, 264 Edmonds, Brandon Edmonson, Christa Edra, Joshua Edwards, Allison 259 Edwards, Catherine Edwards, Enya Edwards, Jonathan Eesa, Saleh Al E Egekeze, Carolyn 277 Egelske, Justin 232 Eggli, Samantha Eglinton, Clark 263 Eguia, Mikko Ehntholt, Kim 133, 239 Ehrhard, Adelina Eichelberger, Alyce-Faye 232 Eidel, John Eisenberg, Matthew Eisner, Elizabeth 268 E G Eka, Alexis 259, 274 Ekaireb, Alexis 133, 271 El Basri, Ivane 133 Eldridge, Madison El Espejo Mentoring Program 264 Elgabalawy, Bilal El-Halees, Hashim Eliason, Isabella 263 Elkenani, Buddah Ellena, Brandi Elliott, Charity 226 Elliott, Chris 226 Ellis, Daniel Ellis, Jarrett 133 Ellis, Taylor 271 Elmes, Riley 232, 235 Elmore, Devon 261 Elmurib, Sean 273 El-Saoud, Sandra El-Sokkary, Jacqueline 133, 269 Elson, Ryan Elton, Sally 259, 277 Elwaary, Fares Eme, Ann Emery, Caisey Lee Emery, Katherine 133, 264 Emilia Shelton 166 Emmanuel, Senay 260, 270 Emnace, Noelani 133 Emrani, Ashley Emslie, Allison Encina, Eduardo 262, 271 Encinales, Carlos Enciso, Yadira 133, 249, 261, 262 E G E G Engineers Without Borders 182, 264

Englert, Delaney English, Maren 260, 263 Engs, Stuart Enriquez, Andre 133, 263 Enriquez, Eva 263, 268 Enriquez, Louie Enriquez, Nathaniel 260 Ensani, Amir 133 Entrepreneurship Society 264 Epps, Cameron 133, 261 Epsilon Delta Chapter 277 Epstein, Blaire 271 Erdman, Spencer 233 Erica, Velencia Erickson, Lee 220 Erps, James D. 190 Erquiaga, Nina 277 Ersek, Mitchell E Z Ertola, Nicholas 133, 262 Erush, Michael 220 Erves, Emily 259, 272 Escalante, Cameron Escamilla, Adan Escamilla, Analisa 133 Esclamado, Alex Escobar, Anthony E G Escobar, Samira E G Eskridge, Dylan Esmaeili, Sara Esmail, Iman 133 Espana, Anthony EspĂŠrer 11, 250 Espino, Dominic Espinosa, Mayra Espinosa, Melissa 264 Espiritu, Katrina 259 Espitia, Laura eSports Club 264 Esquerra, Trevin 37, 233 Esquivel, Alicia 260, 264, 274 Es-Said, Mona O. 265 Essa, Jasem Bin Essa, Mohammed Estes, Brittnay 215 E Estrada, Branden 221, 275 Estrada, Erick 271 Estrada, Itzel 133, 273 Estrada, Melissa Estrada, Tatiana 269 Esuola, Justina 182, 268, 269, 270 Ethnic Intercultural Services 46 Etrata, Kiana 133, 214 Eubanks, Paxton Evangelatos, William Evans, Colin Evans, Merlin 133, 267 Evans, Paige Evans, William 133, 260 Everakes, Julie 84, 272 Evers, Riley

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Faasse, Martha Fabregas, Karina 262, 263, 371 Factor, Alexander Fadawi, Dania 182 Faglie, Alexandra Fahmy, Yasmina Faison, Tyler 275 Fajardo, Miranda 43, 133, 263, 337 Fakhimi, Nicole 259 Fakroddin, Jena 133 Falcon, Alexander Falcon, Marc Fallapalooza 4, 8 Fall, Jay Fandel, Andrew 133, 340 Fanous, Elizabeth Farah, Joat Farah, Leeban Farguson, Michael 133, 306 Farhadi, Aryana Farley, Jill 220, 55, 261, 266 Farley, Shane 239 Farley, Taylor Farnan, Rachel 267 Farrar, Tyler 273 Farrell, Dugan 134 Farrell, Lauren 259 Farrell, Sean Farrington, Rachael 58, 59, 134, 233, 261 Farris, Cassady 134, 267 Farshi, Celine Fashion Society 182 Fashoro, Temitope Fatemi, Sarah 275 Faust, Nathan 261 Fazio, Amanda Fehlau, Joyce Fehlen, Kyle Feinberg, Jordan Feldhaus, Nikolas Felding, Andrew 264 G Feldman, Noa Felhaber, Brianna Felke, Thomas 273 Fellner, Elizabeth 259 Fembleaux, Jared 263 Feng, Rowena 259 Fenmore, Nicole 259, 281 Fennell, Joshua Fenster, Alexis 271 Ferdows, Mitra Feria, Danielle 259 Fernandez, Cesar 262 Fernandez, Nicole Fernandez Luna, Noemi 264, 269 Ferraro, Christina

Ferraro, Juliana G Ferree, Thomas 273 Ferrell, Noah 264 Ferrera, Colin Ferrer, Emily Ferretti, Joseph Ferrin, Courtney Fiacco, Jaclyn 220 Fiala, Christopher 134, 273 Fiechtner, Christian 273 Fielding, Andrew 273 Field, Laurelle 134, 267 Fields, Avionna Filipovich, Nikola Filler, Alexia 268 Finck, Liam 273 Finie, Alexandria 134, 233, 261 Finister, Cherrell Finkelnburg, Mark 233 Fink, Ethan Fink, McKenzie Finton, Alice G Fiore, Alexandra 134 Fischer, Aubrey 259, 272 Fischer, Diamond 134 Fischer, William 259, 273 Fischmann, Andrea Fishback, Megan Fishbane, Caroline 269 Fisher, Jordan 134 Fisher, Zachary 260 Fishler, Danielle 134, 259 Fishman, Shiri 134 Fitzgerald, Brenna 134, 139, 151 Fitzpatrick, Alexandria Fitzpatrick, Zachary Flaherty, Colin Flaherty, James Flake, Ethan 134, 309 Flanagan, Alison G Fleming, Brianna Fleming, Thomas O. 191 Flenoy, Cierra Fletcher, Haley 266 Fletcher, Melissa 263 Flint, Betsi 215 Flocas, Niki 267 Flood, Shaun 214 Flora, Annie 220 Florentini, Florentini Florer, Miranda 259 Flores Ph.D, Alma 269 Flores, Emilio Flores, Juan Flores, Kayla 100, 277 Flores, Samantha Flores, Sky 214 Florin, Maya 268 Flowers, Aliyah Fluegge, Riley Flying Lions 257 Flynn, John 35

Folan, Shannon 239 Foley, John 271 Foley, Mark Fonfa, Haley Fong, Emily Fong, Jessica 263, 272 Fong, Michelle 271 Fong, Nicole 259 Fontaine, Alexandra Foote, Madison Ford, Cynthia 134 Ford, Elyse Ford, Jonathan Forest, Emily 263, 275 Formoso, Dominique 134, 2569, 270, 295 Fortuna, Yemima G Fouch, Jessica Fougeres, Melanie 134, 259 Fountain, Anne 239 Foussard, Tuscany 260 Fowler, Kyle 118, 134, 276, 305 Fox, Dylan 135, 263, 275 Fox, Megan Fragoso, Keila Lopez 150 Frahmann, Makenna 135 Fraipont, William Franciosi Ortiz Filho, Juarez Francis, Katherine 259 Francl, Anne 259 Franco, Andrea Franco, Christopher 135, 266 Franco, Paola 263 Franco, Samantha 264, 273, 274 Frank, Aden 135 Frankenberger, Anders 135 Franklin, John Fransiscus, Anthonius Frantsen, Pavel 239, 275 Fraser, Alicyn 135 Fraser, Jeremiah 261 Fraser, Scott Frazee, Ryan Frazier, Allyson 267 Freddie Mercury & the White Stripes 279 Frederick, Kaitlin Fredericks, John 135, 262, 269 Fredlund, Christopher 135, 221, 238 Fredricks, Nathaniel 267 Freeman, Blake 273 Freeman, Ciara 272 Freeman, Morgan 201 Freeman, Myles Freeman, Riley Freiburghouse, John Frei, Margaret Freire, Christian G Freitas, Michelle 135 Frenkel, Monique Freschet, Dominic Fretz, Robert 273

Frey, Alexis 220 Freygang, Marley 267 Frierson, Patrick Fries, Marco Frisz, Sarah 261 Fritz, Alexandra Frize, Delaney Frizelle, Ryan 274 Froderman, Bryan 267 Froehlich, Alex 265, 289 Frolov, Victor 135, 273 Fronczak, Andrew 135 Frontiera, Patrick 191 Frost, Michelle 259 Fruth, Ashley Fry, Lindsey 268, 271 Fu, Brandon Fuchs, William 135, 261, 268 Fuentes, Alexander 135, 262 Fuentes, Joshua Henrik Fujimoto, Jake 135, 259, 270 Fujioka, Ethan 135, 265, 266, 268, 270 Fukawa, Caroline 265, 268, 271 Fukunaga, Sean Fukushima, Rie 266 Fulco, William 273 Fuller, Jacob Fuller, Kaitlyn Fulton, Logan Fumia, Christopher 273, 288 Funches, Nick 205, 273 Fung, Max Fung, Samantha Funk, Erin 259, 266 Funtanilla, Noelle G Furrier, Jacqueline 259 Furuichi, Sydny Fusco, Kaitlin 271 Fuster, Joaquin Fu, Weiyingzi 135 Fyfe, Jamie 135, 267

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260 G A G G G G G C G G A G G G E G G G C G A G G G G G G C G Gender Sexuality Alliance 25 G G G L B G G G G G G B G I G G G B G A G G G G G G L G G G R G G G G G R G G G G G G G B G C G G B G G C

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265, 289 G G G G Global Citizen Day 10 G G C G G G A G G G G A G G Z G G G A G L G G A G B G Z 273, 289 Golf, Men's 36, 235 G G C 265, 273 G G G G R G V G L G A G G G G A G A G A G A G A G C

G C G G G E G G I G G G G L G G G G R G L G G G G G A G E G G B G G E G G G G A G G G G G G A G R G G A G R G B G G C G C G G Greek Council 265 G A G B G C G G G G I G G G G G A G A G G I G E 273, 274 G G G

G G E G L G B G G C A G E G C G G E G L G G Gryphon Circle 250, 265 GSLMU 265 G G G E G E G G G G R G G A G G G L G G R G E G G E G G G B G A G G G G C G G G R G G G R G G C G L G E G A G G G G G C G A G A G I

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Haas, Amanda 138, 263 Habash, Sarah 138 Habermeyer, Malou

Habtewolde, Bethlehem Hacobian, Christina 260, 271 Haddoub, Peter 259 Haden, Cullin 273 Hadipoespito, Rinesya 138 Hadjarpour, Alexis 267 Haghani, Nicki 264 Haghanimanesh, Armin Haghayeghi, Hanna 264 Hahn, Michelle Haight, Deann 138, 267 Haight, Kevin Haik, Rachel 271 Hain, Oceanna Hakadinata, Isabella Hakimi, Yvette 259, 275 Hakimpour, Sadaf Hakkaart, Coleton Haldorson, Brooke Halem, Jacob 260 Haley, Abrielle Haley, Maureen 139, 259, 334 Haley, Ryan 139, 259, 276 Halim, Ryan Hall, Alexis 139, 342 Hall, Chloe 267 Haller, Abraham Hall, Kashi 266 Hall, Marjorie 260, 262 Hall, Nathan 273 Hallum, Jacob 139, 261 Halvorson, Henry Hamada, Brian 273 Hamada, Bryson 263, 270 Hamai, Taylor 263, 270 Hambly, Corey 265, 271, 289 Hamby, Tobin Hamdja, Felicia Hamidi, Cynthia 267 Hamilton, Blair 267 Hamilton, Kevin 273 Hamilton, Sarah 274, 275 G Hammer, Caroline 259 G Hammond, Micaela Hampton, Kayla 267 Hamza, Abdelrahman Han, Brianna Han, Bryan G Han, Li B Handal, Raquel Handelsman, Samuel 261 Haney, Deirdre 139 Haney, Steven 226 G Hanley, Rachel 259, 272 Hanna, Austin 139 Hanover, Katherine 263 G Hansen, Madison 276 Hanson, James Han Tao 265

Haque, Zarrin 139, 264, 270, 308 Harari, Caroline 259 Harbison, Jake Hardesty, Monica 263 C Harding Ph.D, Sandra 203 Hardy, Emma 139 Hardy, John Hardy, Madison 263 Haren, Emma Hariawan, Nina 266 Hariz, Shane Harkey, Miani 259, 266, 272 Harman, Caitlin 233 Haro, Leonardo De 276 Harpell, Taryn Harper, James Harpole, Jason Harpole, Ryan 268 Harpstrite, Kiana 275 Harr, Elaina Harrah, Hannah Harris, Emily 139, 239 Harris, Jackson 273 Harris, Jasmine 139 Harris, Kelly 139, 263, 269 Harris, Rachel 271 Harris, Randolph Harris, Sabah Harris, Savannah Harrison, Alec G Harrop, Alexandra 139, 262 Harrop, Katerina 263 Harshbarger, Courtney Hart, Hayley Hart, Jaileah Hart, Jenna 130, 139, 158 Hart, Maxine Hartgens, Leah Hartling, Vaughn 139, 274 Hartmann, Margaret 267 Hartnett, Ryan 271, 276 Hartung, Erin Haryanto, Darren Haryasyah, Fiona 139 Hasan, Saqif 262 Hashimoto, Kayla 139, 263, 302 Hasjim, Randy 140 Haskins, Alexa 266, 269 Hassel, David 271 Haswell, Margot Hatamifar, Alireza 140 Hatoum, Amira Hatton, Miles Hattori, Annika Hatzakis, Nicole 267 Hauldren, Thomas Hauptman, Rebecca 268 Hausafus, Emma 274 Hauser, Eric Hawawd, Vincent 261 Hawes, Madalyn Hawkins, Cameron 267 Hawkins, Cornell

Hawkins, David 274 Hawkins, Rohan Haworth, Timothy 191 Hayden, Kai 265 Hayden, Kevin 140 Hayden, Szu-Kai Hayes, Matthew 140 Hayes, Shannon 260 Hayes, Zachary 140 Haygood, Vanessa 131, 140 Haynes, Brandon 261 Hays, Brannon 226 Hays, Christopher 140, 346 Hayward, Vincent 268 G He, Xi 140 Healey, Abigail 140, 271, 277 Heard, Jazmine Hebl, Jessica Heck, Alexandra Hedayatian, Roz Heded, Erica 140, 271 Hefter, Kayla 272 Heidenreich, Nils Heim-MacLeod, Jingmei 274 Hein, Ye Thura 264 Heink, Jacob 193, 221 Heinrich, Quinn 263, 272, 276 Heinsberg, Hutten 271 Heissner, James 260, 275 Hellen, Jake 140, 259 Heller, Victoria 260, 264 Hellige, Joseph B. 190 Hellman, Yasmin 263 Helm, Connor Helm-MacLeod, Jingmei Helmers, John 262 Helmers, Matthew 140 Helmi, Mir Ali Rayan Hembrick, Ma’at 239, 270 Henderson, Cameron 261 Henderson, Robert Hendricks, Alexander 262 Henley, Davontae Henley, Patrick Hennessey, Camryn Hennington, Allegra 274 Hennington, Sloane 267 Henreid, Andrew 140 Henry, Alexandra 263 Henry, Andre 260 Henshall, Katherine 220, 259 Hepps, Marc 140 Herbeck, Nicole 259 Herbert, Riley Her Campus 265 Herco, Anthony 260, 262 Herder, Natalie 259 Herkes, Adrienne 267 Herlihy, Christopher 87, 140, 330 Herman, Petr 226 Herman, Tess Herminghaus, Kyle Hernandez, Agueda 140, 267

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Hitchcock, Jeremy 261 Hizon, Brian 268 Ho, Bao Er Ho, Dang-Khoa Ho, Megan 141 Hodgens, Roberto Hodges, Darren 141, 271 Hodgkins, Madison 141, 239, 275 Hodgson, Anna 263, 264, 274 Hodoyan, Artemis 259 Hoekstra, Haley 266 Hofer, Alexis Hofer, Evan

276 Hofmeister, Evelyn 110 Hogan, Madeline Hogan, Patrick 191 Hoggatt, Aja 82, 83, 141, 266, 276 Hohorst, William 264, 269 Hokama, Megan 265, 270 Holden, Kenton Holland, Drew 261 Holland, Elizabeth Hollis, David 261 Holm, Carly 92 Holman, Meadow 141, 263 Holmes, Chandler Holmes, Lauren 272, 276 G Holton, Mathew 221, 238, 240 Holtzman, Madelyn 259, 276 Holzer, Emma Homan, Joel 141, 259, 286 Honda, Nicole 277 Honeycutt, Sarah 239 Hong, Monica 141 Honigman, Erin 141, 263 Honrade, Angelica 141 Honselaar, Annika 269 Hood, Erin Hoonan, Keats Hoover, Morgan 260, 263, 268, 272 Hopkins, Ryan Horejsi, Elizabeth 260, 264, 274 Hori, Hayato 86, 269 Hori, Kelty 271, 277 Horiuchi, Takeko 259, 263 Horlick, Antonia 271 Horsley, Alivia 263 Horstmann, Kristen 141, 271 Hosford, Caitlind G Houge, Alec House, Austin House, Parker 141, 260, 263 Houston, Allison 141, 341 Hovhannisian, Talar 260

Howard, Roman Howe, Jeremy 264 Howell, Saphira Hribal, James Hsia, Edward Hsia, Teddy 265, 270 Hsieh, Cheng-Yu Hsieh, James Hsu, Mina 263 Hsu, Wan Ting Htet, San Myat Htun, Thant Hu, Huihui 141 Hu, Yi G Huang, Elena Huang, Jerry Hubers, Morgan 141, 259 Hubert, Emily 46, 57, 221, 238, 275, 277, 367 Hubiak, Zachary G Huckaby, Mitchell Hud, Anton 261 Huddleston, Mia 259 G Hudson, Kyle Huerta, Marcos 268 Hughes, John 259, 262 Hughes, Megan 263 Huhn, Christian 214 Hui, Elizabeth Hulburd, Epiphany 276 Human Resource Society 266 Hungerford, Kathleen 214, 275 Hunsberger, Rebecca 271 Hunt, Kenzie 274 Hunt, Morgan Hunter, Kelly 141, 276 Hunter, Vinkya 261, 273 Hunter-Valls, Kyle 141, 162, 170 Huntington, Jennifer Huntley, Alison 260, 263 Hurley, Christopher Hurst, Robert Husada, Andre 141, 264 Husain, Ali Husain, Rifshu Husak, William 191 Hushahn, Max 266 G Hust, Austin Husting, Harrison 142, 249, 262 Hutchinson, Cory 32, 276 Hutchison, Jacqueline 276, 277 Hutson, Alexandra 263 G Huynh, Kien Nghiep Hval, Paige 269 Hwang, Hsin 142 Hwang, Kuang 265

Ii

Iannelli, Claire 142 Ibarra, Vanessa

IB Modern 264, 266 Ibrahim, Joelle IEEE Club 266 Iegre, Leticia 142 Iggy 142 Iglesias, Veronica 259 Ignatians 251, 264, 266 Ilang, Nkechi 226, 229 Immel, Tyler Immigrants Make America Great March 17 Imoohi, Oseije 142 Imperato, Ben 142 Imrie, Julia In, Wesley 268 Inafuku, Rachel 142, 270 Inauguration 182 Inauguration Teach-Ins 11 Indonesians at LMU 266 Infante, Brian 267 Infantino, Nicole 277 Ingraham, Dolan Ingrey, Alison Inman, Joshua Intercultural Facilitators 16, 46 Intil, Dasia 263 Irby, Alexandra Iriarte, Melissa 263, 265 I G Irving-Peterson, Riis 276 Irwin, Sam 142, 261 Isackson, Emma Kristina 142, 163 Isaev, Alexis Isang Bansa 265 Iskandar, Nadine 142 Islam, Nayar Islam, Nayyirah Islas, Nick 265 Isozaki, Jonathan 104, 142 Israel, Federico 143, 269 Itagaki, Sara 274 Italian American Club 266 Ito, Kelsey 263, 277 I G Ives, Sydney Iwatani, Alexa 143, 271 Iyer, Ashwat

Jj Jabbour, Emil 265, 273, 289 Jablonowski, Maya 268 Jackson, Devyn Jackson, Haley Jackson, Justice Jackson, Michael Jackson, Shelby 143, 263 Jackson, Taylar 259 Jacobi, Cole Jacobo, Natalia 259 Jacobsen, Alexander 143 Jacobs, Kelly 143, 259 Jacobs, Madison Jacquet, Caroline 271

Jagga, Dayne 214 Jahangani, Dianne 139, 143, 175, 263, 307 Jaime, Christopher 143, 268 Jain, Arnav Jalel, Sami 260, 275 James, Halle James, Savannah 143, 259 Jan, Ashley 259 Jan, Nicholas 232 Jansen, Alexandra Japhta, Stacey 267 Jaquez, Shanelle 143 Jaregui, Betssy 269, 272 Jarrett, Levin Jatoft, Kira 263, 268, 269 Jauregui, Betssy 261, 269, 277 Jauregui, Mauricio 263 Jawa, Nawal Jay, Amelia 267 JeanMarie-Tucker, Milagro 270 Jehue, Alexis 267 Jelic, Ivan 143 Jenkins, Chase 269 Jenkins, Madison Jennings, Bailey 277 Jennings, Caitlin 221, 238 Jennings, Lena 263 Jensen, Jamie Jensen, Kyle Jensen, Sara 143, 259 Jensen, Shelby 259 Jess, Anika 144, 259 Jesu, Monica De 268 Jetton, Cole 266 Jiang, Haonan 263 Jiang, Xiyu Jiaqi, Cheng Jih, Isaac Jimenez, Alexis 259, 264 Jimenez, Arabella 144 Jimenez, Danya G G Jimenez, Katherine Jimenez, Skylar 144, 263 Ji, Scott 32, 198 Ji, Serena 144, 146, 259, 265 Ji, Silvia Ji, Sungwan Joaquim De Carvalho, Joao Pedro Jobe, Jacob Jochner, Katie Joerger, Brian 221, 238, 264 Johan, Elisha Johansson, Erik Olav 226 Johari, Darren John-Rocha, Malik Johnsen, Emilee 263 Johnson, Alixandra 144 Johnson, Brooks Johnson, Carly 260 Johnson, Casey Johnson, Christopher Johnson, Connor 144, 220

Johnson, Courtney 274 Johnson, Daisha 267 Johnson, Emily Johnson, Emma 215, 261 Johnson, Erika G Johnson, Hunter Johnson, Jacqueline 180, 226, 180, 261 Johnson, Jermaine 261 Johnson, Justin Johnson, Katherine 144, 267, 276 Johnson, Kelli 267 Johnson, Kendall 144, 269 Johnson, Kyanna Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Loren 260, 274 Johnson, Michaela 259, 277 Johnson, Phaedra Johnson, Ryan 273 Johnson, Shamar 87, 226 Johnson, Steven 261 Johnson, Taylor Johnson, Tyler 271 Johnstone, Benjamin 144, 262 Johnston, Kathleen Johnston, Samuel 239 G Jones, Aleksandra Jones, Chloe 259 Jones, Emma Jones, Keely 264, 274 Jones, Madeleine 144, 263 Jones, Nicholas 144 Jones, Savannah 274 Jones, Shawn Jordan, Emily 144, 271 Jordan, Kevin 233, 270 Jordan, Samantha 220, 261 Jorgensen, Eliana 144 G Jorgensen, Lia 232 Josano, Richard Joseph, Daniel Joseph, Dylan 144 Joseph, Justin 87, 266, 269 Joseph, Madison 144, 267, 284 Joseph, Matteo Jose, Uakea 262, 269 Jost, Evan 275 Jovanovic, Stefan 226 Jovanovic, Tamara 115, 239, 275 Jovel, Imaury 267 Jowono, Darrel Joyce, Anna Juan, Annalie 267, 269, 274 Juan, Cartier 227 Juarez, Daniel 239, 265, 272, 273, 288, 289 Juarez, Lesly Juarez, Sesar Jugovic, Jennifer 266 Jun, Andrew Jungers, Alexandria 144, 259

Jung, Woo Jin Jurado, Ricardo Juravliova, Elvira 227 Jurek, Elizabeth 259, 276 Jury-Fogel, Luana 144, 271 Justrich, Brooke Justus, Jordan 144, 339 Jyo, Lauren 144, 270

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Kaaukai, Cory 144, 269 Kabbani, Sami Kaczor, Caroline Kaczor, John-Paul 267 Kagan, Matt 220 Kahil, Chawki Kaileh, Shadi 273 Kaiser, Jade 259, 260 Kaiser, Maximilian 227 KaleidoLA 5 Kalfa, Alex Kaliannan, Alexander 144, 261 Kalp, Carson Kamal, Salma 274 Kamba, Shunta Kamerman, Kate 268 Kamerman, Sam 268 Kames, Ashley 144, 265, 296 Kaminsky, Kyle 198, 263, 274 Kamins, Sophia Kampen, Kristina 264 Kane, Jillian 145, 272 Kanenaka, Kym 265 Kaneshiro, Kaeli 117, 145, 305 Kang, Emma Kang, Ryan Kania, Stephen Kanounji, Jacob Kaplanis, Konstantinos 145, 260 Kappa Alpha Theta 267, 284 Kapustka, Alan Karaghossian, Christine Karaghossian, Natlaie 264 Karamati, Nima 145, 261 Karapetian, Sara Karbowski, Megan 268, 276 Karch, Colin 239 Karl, John Karnadi, Reichel Karnadi, Reiner Karp, Sebastian Karr, Hunter 145, 257 Karr, Kingsley Karrer, Edward 261, 268, 269 Karrer, Frances 145, 268, 277 G Karur, Anisha 145 Kasai, Hikaru Kasimatis, Margaret 190 Kaslow, Sophie 259, 276 Kassien, Troy 111 Katariya, Avneesh Katz, Benjamin 145, 303

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Katz, Lauren 204 Katz, Sean 261 C Kaufman, Kayla 127, 145, 276 Kaufman, Kevin Kaur, Avneet 145 Kaur, Lovepreet 145, 271 Kaur, Sukhmani Kaushal, Ratan Kaushal, Ruby Kawaja, Brendan 233 Kawamura, Ryan Kawano, Brandon Kawano, Ryan 233 Kawashiri, Jordan 263 G Kay, Luis 262 Kayumova, Elina Kazanjian, Karly 145 Kearney, Jim 275 Kearns, Hayley Kearns, Lakyn 221 Keavy, Nathan 233 Keba, Anthony Kebede, Yoael Keelan, Rory Keeley, Agatha 272 Kehle, Julian Keith, Erbin 267 Kelani, Aaishah 35, 264, 266, 274 Kellett, Devin 270 Kelley-Renda, Calla 263, 265, 268 Kells, Lauren Kells, Margaret Kelly, Ann 221, 238 Kelly, Caroline G Kelly, Jacob 92 Kelly, Lauren 276 G Kelly, Monica Kelsey, Heather Kemmer, Matthew Kendrick, Arielle 264 Keneipp, Emma 262, 269, 271 Kenes, Lauren 262 Kennedy, Claire 145, 266 G Kenny, Kathleen 145, 305 Kent, Miles 262 Kent, Olivia 145, 263 Kepp, Cassidy 259, 260 Kerekes, Alexander 145 Kerestzi, Alex 265, 289 Kern, Benjamin 276 Kerrigan-Okamoto, Christine Kessler, Chase Ketchum, Emma 145, 269, 271 Kevorken, Nicole 215 Kewley, Taylor 145, 263 Keyes, Matthew 273 Keyllian, Nicole 263 Kezbar, Mouna 145, 271 Khalifeh, Ahmad 268

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Khalili, Sanam Khan, Asra 264 Khan, Mariam Khan, Sadia Khan, Zahra 263 Khanna, Ansh 145, 259 Khengdro, Dicky 145 Khieralla, Amber Khimani, Reanna 263 Khin, Aldridge 269 Khizanishvili, Irakli 145 Khoe, JasMin 145, 260, 269 Khoja, Ibrahim Kholobekian, Eric 145 Kholobekian, Paula Khoshaba, Ayla 272 Khoury, Sabrina Nicole Khullar, Sanjeeta Khumbah, Etienne 260, 262 Kikinis, Alexander Kilbane, Courtney Kilby, Emily 276 Killedjian, Cathren 260 Kim, Alyna 260 Kim, Brandon Kim, Briana Kim, Calvin Kim, Chloe 271 Kim, Emily 194 Kim, Eugene 95, 146, 259, 268 Kim, Evelyn 146 G Kim, Haesol Kim, Hannah 146, 276 Kim, Jaehoon Kim, Jason 259 Kim, Jessica 146, 259, 264 Kim, Jin Woo 265, 270 Kim, Jordan 146, 265, 270, 272 Kim, Kevin 264 Kim, Kyoungmok Kim, Martin Kim, Mason 264 Kim, Paul 146, 267 Kim, Preston 146 Kim, Samantha 266, 270 Kim, Sara 264, 274 Kim, Savanna 232 Kim, So Jung Kim, Stephanie 146 Kim, Yeon Jae Kim, Yewon Kimble, Alexander 146 Kinfe, Saba 274 King, Aison 264 King, Alison 220 King, Harrison King, Jenna 274 King, Trevor 271 Kingsmore, Katelyn Kinsfather, Robert 260 Kiralla, John 191 Kirby, Alexandra Kireopoulos, Stephanie 271 Kirio, Rami

Kirk, Michael 268 Kirkham, Taylor Kirkpatrick, Hannah 267 Kirmizigul, Mahmut G Kisaka, Jean 146, 259 Kisaka, Mebra 146, 266 Kishaba, Matthew 261, 270 Kissling, Manfred 131, 146, 260 Kitazumi, Marissa 146, 271 Kitchen, Douglas Kitka, Matylda 267, 277 Klane, Jack Klapp, Jamie Klausen, Bret Klein, Brandon Klein, Harrison Klein, Natalie Klein, Nikolas 262 Kleitz, Connor Klenov, Vladislav Kloczl, Blake Kloyda, Matthew 146, 271, 313 Klustner, Kimberly 263 Kluver, Zachary Knauer, Kyra 259 Knauss, Kara 146 Knight, Johanna Knights, Kelcey 146 Knoch, Sierra Knollenberg, Cameron 268 Knopf, Michael 146 Knotts, Ryan Ko, Megan 259 Kobayashi, Alayna Kobayashi, James 146, 261 Kobayashi, Robyn 277 Koch, Matthew Kochenderfer, Madison 263, 268 Kocher, Kathryn 277 Kodama, Camille 147 Kodama, Juliana Kodama, Sarah 147, 263, 271 Koehler, Abigail Koehler, Liliana Koenigsberg, Amanda Koerner, Logan Kohli, Preeti Kohmann, Sabrina 259, 273, 276, 277 Koizumi, Caeli Kokaska, Nicole 147, 163, 267 Kokotajlo, Jonathan 269 Kolbrenner, Jamie Kolpin, Kathryn Komissarova, Polina Konalian, Sevag 260 Konchan, Lauren 147, 263 Kondratiev, Artem 147 Kondratyeva, Maria Konialian, Sevag Koomen, Luke de Kopito, Rachel Korbel, Madison 147, 276, 315

Kosasih, Merissa 147 Kosewic, Brian Kostanian, Armine Koumetz, Lena 267 Kovac, Sara 215, 261 Koveshnikova, Anastasia 147, 260 Koyama, Nicholas Koyanagi, Kevin Kozakar, Taylor 147 Kozlowski, Lanna 232 Kraemer, Serena Krakowiak, Sophia 264 Kramer, Jacob 147 Kramer, Joel 259 Krappe, India 239 Krask, Jake Krause, Stephen 273 G Krikorian, Krikor G Kritzer, Robert 67, 147, 239, 275 Krol, Katherine 263 Krumpe, Paul 220 Kruse, Ian 147, 265, 289 Krzyminski, James 273 Ku, Bryan Kubeck, Nicholas 263 Kudelski, Brooke 263, 267 Kufuor, Kwaku 147, 259, 320 Kugler, Colton 260, 266 Kuhlman, Daryn 259, 271 Kuhns, Alice Kulberg, Paige 263, 275 Kulee, Moses 260, 262 Kulik, Hannah Kulik, Laura Kundanmal, Nicola Kuntarodjanjun, Justin 147, 271 Kunz, Benjamin 271 Kurey, Meredith 259, 272 Kurihara, Justin 270 Kurlawala, Sinan Kurnia, Nicky 147, 311 Kurniawan, Kiky 264 Kuroda, Joshua 147, 260, 262, 272 Kusaka, Michelle 260 Kusuma, Janet 147, 266 Kutzke, Mackenzie 233, 261 Kuumba Beatz 267 Kuwada, Cameron Kuwahara, Leanne Kwan, Ivonne KXLU 88.9FM Los Angeles 5, 267 KXLU Fest 5 Kyu, May T 265

Ll

La, Thanh 265 La Chance, Zain La Cour, Joshua 110, 147, 260, 263 La Rocca, Benjamin

LaBand Art Gallery 64 Labarthe, Victor LaBerge, Lianna 147 LaBianca, Isabella 259 Laboda, Tyler 239, 243 Lack, Andrew Lackey, Carlyn 274 LaDuke, Austin L G Lagmay, Julius Ivan Lahirle, Anton Lai, Clarissa 147 Laiolo, Michelle 267 Lai, Phuong 147 Lake, Drew 65, 147, 265, 267 Lam, Ileana 105, 263 Lam, Morgan 147, 259 LaMack, Cameron Lamarca, Raphael James 270 Lambda Chi Alpha 183, 267, 286 Lambert-Crittenden, Chase 263 Lampl, Nathan 260, 263, 273 Lam, Raymond 147 Lance, Kristen Elizabeth 259 L Lane, Christiana Lane, Emma 261, 268 Lane, Mary 148 Langley, Nicolette 263 Laniran, Olayinka Lanman, Julia 267 Lanners, Quinn 261 Lanuza, Claire 269 Lao, Dillen 262 Lapeyre, Sean Lapitan, Ethan L G Lappas, Alexander 148 Lappas, Olympia 263 Larbie, Kweku Lardy, Samuel 148 Lari, Ahmad Lari, Arash Larina, Anastasia Larios, Jose Larmon, Samantha Larranaga, Karla 148, 269 Larraza, Alec 148 Larson, Aysha Larson, Lina Larson, Stephanie Laser Squad Bravo 267 Laskodi, Virginia Lasley, Matthew 273 Lathbury, Emily Latif, Salman Latino Student Union 267 Lau, Alyssa 25, 148, 270 Lau, Christopher 265, 268 Lau, Megan 263, 265 Lauber, Colin Laughlin, Kai 270 Laurance, Mary 264 Laurient, Antoine 267 Laurient, Maite

Lauron, Isabeau 262 Lau, Seann 148, 259, 263, 265, 266, 276 Lau, Wing Yeung Christopher Lavacca, Natalie LaVaude, Frances LaVigne, Andre Law, Johnny Law, Melissa Law, Priscilla Lawler, Brandon 267 Lawless, Ashley 148, 262 Lawley, Miranda Lawrence, Brady 148 Lawrence, Kegan 269 Lawrence, Simone Lawrencia, Valerie 148 Lawson, Joel 261 Lawver, Charles 261, 268 Lay, Fioren Layton, Sierra 267 Lazo Hernandez, Andres Lazzarone, Amanda 269 Le, Jodie 148 Le, Nancy L G Le Mieux, Christopher 276 Lea, Jamie 79, 215 Leamy, Brandon Leano, Janine 148, 276 Leaphart, Ayanna Learner, Molly L B L G Lederer, Hailey 261, 267 Ledesma, Tomas Ledezma, Ariel 264 Lee, Alex Lee, Alex Lee, Alexander Lee, Andrew Lee, Annabel 148, 261 Lee, Ben 215 Lee, Brian Lee, Casey 276 Leece, Harrison Lee, Christabella Lee, Connie 259 Lee, David Lee, Deborah 277 Lee, Durant Lee, Eleanor 148 Lee, Eric 276 Lee, Esther L G Lee, Jennifer Lee, Jessica 148, 266, 268, 270 Lee, Joshua Lee, Joyce Lee, Justin Lee, Kevin Lee, Karen 264 Lee, Maya 267, 269 Lee, Megan 267, 276 Lee, Morgan

Lee, Myungwoo 260, 262 Lee, Nicholas 259 Lee, Rowan 265 Lee, Samuel Lee, Shannon 260 Lee, Stephanie 262, 267 Lee, Sydney Lee, Tarin Lee, Troy 198 Lee, Vincent 148 Lee, Yi Lee, Young L G Leeper, Sarah 263 Leftwich, Amber Legarreta, David Legaspi, Jessica 148, 269, 271 Legaspi, Ronald Leggett, Allison 148, 259, 270, 306 Leimang, Dylan Leisten, Rachel 271 Leiva Partnoy, Anahi Lekander, Ava 271 Leksan, Sophia 148, 220 Lelapinyokul, Yanisa 259, 262 Lelapinyokul, Lee 265 Lemus, Matthew 148 Lenniger, Amber 267 Lent, Samantha Leon, Andre De 266 Leonard, Camille Leong, Brianna 259 Leong, Danielle 148 Leong, Perry 149, 259 Leong-Suzuki, Sadako Leon, Lester 262 Lesko, Ileanna Lestari, Tifany Lester, Leeza 261 Lestori, Tifany 259 Letica, Briana 149 Leu, Jessica Leung, Claire Leung, Jackie 232 Leung, Sabrina 263 Leung, Samantha 276 Leung, Sami 268 Leus, Abigail LeVecke, John LeVecke, Neil 214 Levey, Robert Levi, Jonathan Levitt, Mathew Levy, Cameron Levy, Thelma Lewis, Bridget , 193, 263 Lewis, Brittanie Lewis, Brittany Lewis, Catherine 108, 149 Lewis, Erin 268, 277 Lewis, Katie 260 Lewis, Melissa 220 Lewis, Paul 220 Lewis, Sophia 263

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Lewis, Sydney Lewis, Tatyanna 220 Lewke, Caspian 149, 259, 262, 271 Ley, Mara 259, 282 Lhuillier, Michael James Li, Beatrice Li, Duanduan Li, Huachen 149 Li, Jiayan Li, Jingjin 259 Li, Jinkui 149 Li, Junheng Li, Lily 265 Li, Lucy Li, Qinglan Li, Rogers 265, 268 Li, Tong Li, William Li, Xuanwen 259 Liang, Daryl 149 Liaw, Rebecca 201, 263 L G Lidstone Cayabyab, Kiana Lie, Jody Lie, Kevin Lieberman Tabachnik, Liat 149, 151, 266, 275 Lieswanto, Felisca 149 Lieu, Justin 149 Ligas, Megan 265 Liggett, Travis 149, 271 Light, Christina 268, 270, 271 Lightburn, Lundyn Lightfoote, Cynara 267 L G Lillegraven, Ashley 259 Lim, Kesley Lim, Mikayla Lima, Allofs 220 Lin, Bryant 265, 268, 270 Lin, Chelsea Yu-Hsien Lin, Kyna Lin, QiQi Lin, Roger Lin, Shuhui 149 L Linde, John Ling, Arianna Link, Shannon Linn, Kathryn Linssen, Adam Linzmeier, Natalie Lion’s Den 268 Lions for Venice Family Clinic 268 Lions for VFC 182 Lion Stories 11 Lior, Alex 27, 277, 367 Lipkowitz, Madaline 232, 259, 275 Lip Sync 278 Lisberger, Theodore Litman, Ryan Litner, David Littleford, Jennifer 259, 263

Littrell, Samantha 261, 267, 271 Litvak, Brandon Liu, Benjamin 261 Liu, Heyang Liu, Katrina 149, 262 Liu, Tianwen 259 Liu, Winston 149 Liu, Yiwen Livingston, John 149 Lizama, Kyra 270 Lizarda, Ian 269 Lloyd, Brittani 149 Lloyd, Harold 261 Lloyd, Maxwell Lloyd, Tom 227 LMU CARES 91 LMU KyOdai 268 LMU Running Club 268 Lo, Justin Lo, Lauren Loasby, Hideo 221, 238 Lock, Alyson 149, 263 Lockwood, Taylor 233 Lodrup, Myshel 149 L L G Lofgren, Burke Lofti, Kian 214 Loftis, Parisa 118, 149, 260, 265, 272 Loftus, Riley Lofy, Jordan 264 Logan, Marsalis Loh, Chungheang 260 Lohman, Cara 149, 263 Lombardozzi, Jessica 149 Long, Meghan 259 Longo, Alicia Longpre, Olivia 263 Lontok, Spencer 261 Loo, Dylan-John 259 Loomer, Alyssa 264 Loos, Michael Lopatonok, Alevtyna Loperena Molina, Alejandra Lopez, Aida 150, 260, 265, 274 Lopez, Amanda 150, 271 Lopez, Ander 150 Lopez, Anthony Lopez, Aracely 260, 262 Lopez, Bianca 150 Lopez, Cassandra 150, 277 Lopez, Devyn Lopez, Elizabeth 259 Lopez, Eva Lopez, Evan Lopez, Isai 150, 262, 271 Lopez, John Lopez, Katia 150 Lopez, Keila 260, 267, 269, 274 Lopez, Theo Lopez Wolfe, Lydia 269, 272 Lopez-Wood, Leslie 78, 180, 180 Lopez-Zinder, Jennifer Lorenz, Alexander 276

Lorenz, Matthew Lorenzo, Christopher 269, 272 Lorenzo, Kelcey 150, 263 Lorey, Christopher 260, 275 Lorton, Flanders 150 Los Angeles Loyolan 183, 255, 276, 367 L Lott, Llysa Loughran, John 214 Louie, Chad 261 Love, Aaliyah Love, Brandon Lovelace, John 150, 329 Loveman, Maximillian 263 Loventhal, Maya 232 Lovin, Adam Lowell, Heather 150, 277 Lowe, Nadia 268 Lozano, Catherine 150, 273, 298 Lozano, Nicholas Lu, Adrian Lu, Kha Lu, Khiem Lu, Meng Lu, Tina 268 Lu, Yiwei Lucarelli, Alyvia Lucas, Clayton Lucas, Daphne Luce, Alexandra 150, 271, 276, 334 Lucero, Jessica 271 Luciano, Candice Lucien, Victoria 261 Lucio, Daniella Lui, Marcus Luk, Jonathan Luker, Andrew Lum, Christian 262 L Lumb, John Lummis, Harris L G Lumsden, James L.U.N.A 268 Luna, Daniel Lund, Alissa 263 Lundy, Alden 270 Lushan, Allison Luster, Quinn 150, 259 Luther, Vivian 267 Luthringshausen, Hudson Lutz, Bryce 271, 275 Lybianto, Jason Lyford, Hannah Lynas, Matthew 150, 267 Lynch, Masury 239 Lynch, Patricia 271 Lynch, Rainey 277 Lyon, Laura 259 Lyons, Adam 261 Lyons, Benjamin Lyons, Jack Lyons, Jared 199, 262, 269

Lyons, Maximilian 150, 263 Lyons, Padraig 262 Lyons, Thomas 259, 273

Mm

Ma, Ashley (Sum Yi) 265, 276 Ma, Junyi Maala, Karen 150, 317 Mabry, Madeline 150, 263 Mabuni, Lauren 150, 265 Macaisa, Robert 70 Macaraeg, Ivy-Quynh Macasa, Nicole Macaspac, Ana 266 MacDonell, Audrey 259 MacFarlane, Casey 259 MachĂłn, Ricardo Arturo 190 Macias, Joshua 259 Maciel Louro Berbara, Julia Maria Mackaness, Matthew 268 Mack, Brianna Mackel, Andrew Mackey, Abigail 150, 263 Mackin, Jaida 274 Mackler, Madelene 263 Macklin, Jaida MacLean, Alexandra Maddahi, Isabel 275 Maddigan, Deborah 260, 262 Mader, Chandler 267 Madere, DeLissa 274 Madness 5, 225, 370 Madonna 279 Madrid, Daniella Madrigal, Alvaro 54, 220 Madrigal, Erik 150 Madrigal, Kassandra 267 Maeher, John 266, 267 Maes, Briana Maes, Cameron 267 Magallanes, Merci Magat, Kylon Dax Magcase, Tyler John Magee, Kyle 266 Magis 252, 268 Maglalang, Mariah 271 Magsalin, Frances Mahacek, Michael 271 Mahaindra, Natalya 151, 263 Mahajani, Yash Mahammadie-Sabet, Michael Mahklin, Jessica 271 Mahoney, Vandalena 267, 268, 274 Mahony, William 261 Mahorn, Tianah Maier, Stacy 101, 151, 232 Mairs, Legend Majd, Sydney 151, 267, 311 Makabeh, Shauna Mak, Amanda Makhlin, Jessica 268 Makiels, Jacob 260 Makielski, Jacob

Makni, Bechir Makonnen, Welela 151, 272 Malabanan, Maureene Maldonado, Daniella 269 Malekie, Andrew 273 Malekie, Brandon 151, 259, 273 Malig, Emily 263 Mallari, Catheryn 265 Malm, Delaney 276 Malonzo, Helene Malpani, Aashna 111 Maltby, Bria 268 Maltz, Sydnie 151, 268, 275 Mamar, Reema G Mancuso, Chloe Mand, Ammar Mandato, Marirose Mandelbaum, Kerri 151, 318 Mandel, Cormic Mandema, Timothy Mandudzo, Dennis 239 Mane Entertainment 269 Manfredi Console, Luciano 260 Mangione, Matthew 260, 263, 271 Manicke, David G Manjardi, Mark 151, 273 Manley, Katie 233 Manlimos, Jennifer 264 Manning, Ryan 276 Manoogian, Joseph A Mansjur, Russell 151 Mansoor, Mehreen Mansour, Amir Mantor, Beau 31, 260 Mantovani, Allegra 151, 263 Manuel, Mariya Manuel, Trevor 226 Manzano, Andres 151 G Manz, Veronica 367 Mao, Daniel Mapes, Mitchell Maples, Robert 239 Mapua, Lorenzo 263 Marchioni, Michael 33 Marcial, Edgar 267, 274 Marciano, Dominique Mardesich, Megan 214

Markow, Paula 264 Marks, Anita Markusson, Mattias 226 Marmolejo, Marina 151, 260, 268, 271 Marmol, Victoria 151 Marom, Tor 93, 151, 276 Maroney, Kiera 265, 271 Marquez, Annel 151, 266 Marquez, Christian 239, 275 Marreel, Andrew Marron, Margaret 263 Marshall, Megan 272 Marsh, Elizabeth 151 Marske, Alexandra 152, 263 Martel, Antoine 152, 269 Martin, Alexa Martin, Alexis Martin, Ellery 239 Martin, Imani 270 Martin, Jesse Martin, Jonah Xameoj 152 Martin, Kevin Martin, Madison Martin, Stanford Martin Ph.D, Shane 103 Martin, Terrence 152 Martin, Vanessa 152, 270, 273, 285, 298 Martin del Campo, Carlos 267, 274 Martin Del Campo, Ricardo 267, 274 Martinez, Amanda 152, 259 Martinez, Andre Martinez, Athena 261, 265, 267, 269, 272 Martinez, Austin 277, 367 Martinez, Diana 267, 269, 274 Martinez, Emily G Martinez, Jacqueline 265, 273 Martinez, Jeannette 260 Martinez, Joseph 262 Martinez, Judith Martinez, Justine 269 Martinez, Katrina Martinez, Matthew 267 Martinez, Michael Martinez, Nicolas 152 Martinez, Oscar 267 Martinez, Sandra 260, 262

Marguet, Michael 151, 267 Marian, Hayley Mariani, Meghan 276 Marians 253, 269 Marick, Nichola 151, 260 Marinelli, Drew Marin, Isabelle 267, 272, 269

300 Martinez, Victoria Martinez-Fuentes, Katherine 259 Martinez-Sanchez, Melissa Martinoli, Marcello Martino, Nicolette 152, 220, 259 Martirosyan, Hripsime Martocchio, Toneata Martorano, Elizabeth 239, 267 Marukyan, Armine 260, 263 Maruoka, Mika 268

Mariscal, Michael 276 Mark, Jordan Markowitz, Sarah 263, 275

Mary, Madeline 152, 175, 276 Marzovilla, Julia 263 Mascioni, Sylvette 152 Maser-Katter, Darren 266 Masetti, Victor 152, 336 Mashhood, Nickan 152 Masri, Alexandra 261 Masri, Chelsea 267 Massey, Emily Mass of the Holy Spirit 4, 30, 255 Masson, Megan Masters, Hanna 265 Masuda, Taylor Ann 260, 263, 270 Masur, Danee 152, 263 Matheu, Mark 272 Mathews, Colby Mathis, Brandon 152, 266 Mathison, Trenton 152, 252, 268, 325 Matoesian, Stephen 259, 273 Matoi, Lindsey 111, 233, 260, 261 Matossian, Marc 260 Matsuzaki, Brayden 266 Matteucci, Phillip Matthews, Derek Matthews, Thomas 32, 268 Mattia, Anna Maturi, Briana 92, 93 Matusich, Jared 152, 262 Mauldin, Adelaide Mauldwin, Lauren 268 Maung, Phyo 270 Maxey, Jared Maxted, Motoki May, Katelyn 98 May, Tanesha May, Thomas 271 Mayer, Adrian 273 Mayer, John 215 Mayes-Barnes, Da'Naya IV Maynes, Ruben Mazariegos, Kevin 152, 267 MBA Student Association 269 McAnally, Mary Kathleen 271 McArthur, Julia McAuley Jr., Michael 152, 267 McBride, James McCabe, Daniel McCabe, Nathaniel 271 McCann, Kelly 259 McCardie, Kilan 274 McCart, Kelly 152, 263, 265 McCarthy, Jacob 275 McCarthy, Marisa 263 McCarthy, Rowan McCarty, Shannon 152, 277, 316, 367 McCaslin, Wesley 263 McCauley, Sara 259 C McClain, Colleen McClean, Christina 152

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McClellan, Emma C McClenton, Kalin McCloud, Parker 262 McClure, Ian 152 McConnell, Mark 153, 262 McCool, Jaqueline 153, 263, 276, 283 McCord, Megan 66, 263, 277 McCormack, Rachel 153, 261 McCormick, Sean McCoy, Elizabeth McCoy, Erin 153 McCreary, Lori 201 McCrory, Lee 267 McCrum, Zoe 199, 263 McCullough, Erin McCully, Ryan McDonald, Astrid McDonald, Scott 266 McDonald, Shane 267 McElroy, Omri 261, 263 McElvy, Natalie McEnrue, James 153, 267 McEveety, Brighid 153 McFadden, Halle G G A G A G A G C G C G G G G G G G E G 277, 349, 367 G McInerney, Kevin McKeegan, Macy 268 McKeever, Marshall 35 Mckenna, Lauren McKenzie, Ariel 153, 259 McLamb, Colleen 262, 263 McLaughlin, Elizabeth 260 McLennan, Jordan 32, 221, 238, 277, 367, 371, 373 McLoughlin, Brendan 262 McLoughlin, Sinead 153, 167, 265 McLouth, Jonathan 220 McMahan, Ella 266, 269 G McMahon, Pierce McMahon, Thomas McManamon, Jane G McMechan, Hannah McMenamin, Kayla 153, 261 McMorrow, Seamus 259 McMullen, Kaya McNair, Megan 153

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McPartlan, Matthew McPherson, Matthew McVey, Morgan 153, 259, 299 McWilliams, Cassidy Mead, Mackenzie 239 MECha de LMU 269 Medeiros, Kory Medeiros, Michael 153 Medhanie, Makda 153, 260 Medina, Brianna 153, 263, 271 Medina, Nicolas Medina, Savannah Medlin, Abigail 268 Medrano, Valeria Medved, Madison 220 Meek, Alexandra 263, 270 G Meireles, Maria

Messenger, Nicholas Messina, Michael 267 Messinger, Dean 154 Metcalf, Lina 262, 268 Metelus, Kevin Metoyer, Sebastian Metz, Tyler Meyer, Olivia Meyer, Sophia 154 Michael, Claire Michel, Jose 259 Michel, Madison 269 Middleton, Blake Mieling, William 273 Mietka, Filip 273 Migaki, Erin 271 Migdal, James Mikami, Kristi 221, 275, 370 Milanesa, Kateri Millado, Nicole 259 Miller, Abigail 267 Miller, Amanda 271 Miller, Andrew 267 Miller, Brant 261 Miller, Brittany 233 Miller, Carson 267, 271 Miller, Jennifer 154, 263 Miller, Kassidy 260, 262 Miller, Kellie 263 Miller, Kelly Miller, Kendall 263 Miller, Lana 269 Miller, Madeline 271 Miller, Orlandus Miller, Sage 154 Milligan, Dru 272 Milligan, Levi Min Din, Okkar Mina, Darya Minardi, Maile Minas, Leontine 154, 163 G Mingrone, William 274 Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS) 270 Minteer, Sophie 271 Minutaglio, Nicholas Minzer, Isabel 271 Mir Mohammad Sadeghi, Ahmad Miranda, David Miranda, Delmira Miree, Alyssa Misa de Herencia 29 Misceo, Mariangela Missick, Kya Mitchell, Katherine 271 Mitchell, Megan 271 Mitchell, Peter Mitchell, Sydney Mitchell, Tabitha 154 Mkryan, Dianna

Meizar, Armansyah Mejia, Arlene 153 Mejia, Laura 259 Mejia, Nicole Mekhitarian, Erin 271 Melchor, Alvaro Melendez, Alexxa 266 Melendrez, Luis 267 Melkonian, Emily 259 G G Menchaca, Angel Menchero, Marina 271 Mendelson, Kyle Mendes, Christopher Mendez, Anthony 153 Mendez, Fernando 154, 260, 266 Mendez, Luis 154, 268 Mendez Morales, Emily 263 Mendoza, Maria Janessa 260, 269 Menees, Ryan Menefee, Kate 276 Menezes, Michael Meng, Allen 266 Menicucci, Natalie 259 Menjivar, Jaylene 273 Menjivar-Pena, Bryant Menzer, Benjamin 154, 267, 338 Mercado, Savannah 192 Mercado, Taylor 260, 263, 270, 274 Mercier, Nicholas Meregillano, Tara 259, 268 Meris, Michael Merkl, Katherine Merlino, Leif 269 Meroth, Leonora 274 Merriam, Courtney 154, 259 Merriman, Maxwell 154 Merryman, Emma 259 Mertz, Michaela 259, 268, 271 G

Mlynarski, Joshua Moalmi, Joshua Mobley, Paige 259 Mock, Christina 154 Mock Trial Association 270 Modesto, Brittany 154, 263 Modica, Anthony Moenter, Lukas 227, 275 Moghtader, Daniel Mohr, Kellen Moini, Donovan Molina, Adriana Molina, Dominique 154 Molina, Matthew 266, 269 Molina, Melanie 263 Molitor, Mary Molloy, Jacob 273 Molloy, Morgan 214 Molnar, Alexander Molt, Malory Moncada, Francisco Monroe, Annie 39 Monroe, Bryant 154 Monshizadeh, Armaan Montano, Mariah 154 Montano, Yesenia Montasser, Hanna Montazami, Nicholas Monteilh, Alayna 154 Montelongo, Bereniz Montes, Anthony Montes De Oca, Andrea Montgomery, Isabella Montgomery, Jillian 155, 170, 259 Montgomery, Lindsay 259 Montini, Sara 155, 259 Montoya, Anastasia 267 Montoya, Ayla Montoya, Kevin 273 Monyei, Monique Moody, Camille 155 Moody, Chelsea Moody, Emily 272 Moon, Daelyn 155 Moon, Eric 155 Mooney, Laurel 43, 265 Moore, Asha Moore, Casey 273 Moore, Courtney 155 Moore, Douglas 191 Moore, Emily 155 Moore, Jessica Moore, Jordan 264, 268 Moore, Melyssa 214 Moore, Sarah 155, 263 Moore, Tatum Moores, Benjamin 261 Moos, Kaitlin 263 Mora, Carlos 155 Mora, Denise 267 Mora, Kailee 155, 232, 263, 322, 326 Mora, Lauren 155, 263, 316, 325 Morado, Melissa Morales, Emely 264, 269

Morales, Jazmine Morales, Krista Mae 263 Morales, Stephen Moran, Shannon Morello, Alessio 261 Moreno, Agustin 227 Moreno, Christian Moreno, Fernando Moreno, Lauren 265 Moreno, Lucas 227 Moreno, Marc 266 Moreno, Mario Moreno, Marisa 155, 267 Moreno, Priscilla 271 Moreno, Rachael Moreno Esparza, Saudy Moreno-Takegami, Marc Moreno, Victoria Arevalo 267, 276 Moretine, Andrew 155 Morgan, Camille Morgan, Natalia Morgan, Natalie 215 Morgan, Reed 270 Morgan, Summer Moris, Reggie 226 Morlock, Natalie 232 Morones, Carlyn 263 Morris, Joseph 155, 273 Morris, Leah 271 Morris, Lowell 276 Morris, Stephen Morrison, Kate 259 Morrissey-Braden, Kaitlyn 155 Morrow, Alexis 215 Morton, Hannah 263 Morton, Margaret 263 Morton, Maurice 155, 220, 222 Morton, Sophia Moses, Joseph 155 Moses, Vanamary Moss, Edward 214 Moss, Sophia Mostrom, Morgan 261, 267 Motamedi, Matthew Motamedi, Nader 155 Moussa, Hind 264 Moutoux, Nina 263 Movaliya, Rajvi Mow, Spencer Moy, Erica 263 Moy, Katie Mucci, Tyler 261 Muccular, Stephan Mudy, Michael 271 G Mulder, Mackenzie 155, 267 Muldoon, Nicole 155, 262 Mulia, Yesaya 266 Muljadi, Stuart Mullaney, Isabella 221 Mullens, Rachel 263 Muller, Madison Muller, Matthew 263 Mullett, Emily 259

Mulvihill, Sean G Mungia, Ariana 260, 263 Munnings, Kelsie 265, 289 Munoz, Jason 276 Munoz, Karla 156 Munoz, Kyle MuĂąoz, Michael 269 Munoz, Teresa Munoz, Valeria 260, 269, 274 Munshi, Divyya 263 Munson, KatharineAnn 263, 274 Munster, Samuel Murashige, John Murillo, Diana 263, 269 Murillo, Emet Murillo, Isabella Murphy, Aislinn Murphy, Briar 156, 239, 275 G Murphy, James Murphy, Joseph Murphy, Kaila 267, 269 Murphy, Katherine 65, 156 Murphy, Keith 220 Murphy, Malia 113, 221 Murphy, Meghan 267 Murphy, Quinn 268, 275 Murphy, Shayne G Murray, Alexis Murray, Joseph 156, 233 Murray, Julia 267 Murray, Mackenzie 271 Murray, Nadalee Murrieta, Jayden 259, 267 Muscara, William 156, 262 Muskat, Kelly Muslim Student Associtation 182 Musso, Frank 260, 261 Mustamandi, Miriam Mutch, Morgan Muto, John Myers, Alexander Myers, Jackson 273 Myers, Marcus Alburez 270, 273 Myers, Michelle 220 Myint, Sein Myman, Max 62, 156, 261

Nn

Na, Ellen Na, Yun Hee 259 Na, Yun Joo 156 Nachawati, Sheryne Nadar, Avni 271 G Nagasawa, Kelli Nagel, Jacquelin 156, 259 Nagesh, Nitesh 156 Naghi, Sarah Nagy, Elise Nahin, Amanda 260, 263 Najera, Natalie

Nakaki, Claire Nakamura, Hikaru Nakano, Camryn 156, 267 Nakashima, Dana 259, 267 Nakayama, Yoshiko Na Kolea 25, 270 Naliwajko, Ashley 261 Nam, Abraham Nam, Brandon Namba, Liam 270 Namian, Assal Nanez, Sally Nann, Davis 261, 265, 268, 289 Napier, Nicole 263 Napierkowski, Rachel Napior, Alexander 156, 261, 271 Narag, Andrew Narayan, Ayush Narayan, Rishaun 260, 276 Narinyan, Arthur Narvick, Kendal Navarro, Javier 82 Nason, Anna 156, 276 Nasr, Natalie Nassif, Steven Nastassja, Cylvia 156 Natareno, Elder Nathan, Brenner 263 National Society of Black Engineers 270 National Society of Collegiate Scholars 270 Natividad, Shaianye-Victoria 156 Naughton, Colin Naum, Christopher Navarro, Javier 83, 135, 156, 251, 245, 267 Navarro, Matthew Navato, Jazmin 18, 265 Nazaretyan, Mariam Neal, Nicole Nederend, Veronica 215, 261, 275 Negi, Erika 268 Negrete, America 267 Negri, Alexander 273 Neininger, Mikeala 259 Nelson, Andrew 268, 273 Nelson, Jonah 276 Nelson, Riley 156 Nelson, Sophie 271 Nelson, Swepson Nelson, Tess 156, 203 Nelson, Tom 367 Neri, Amanda 156, 273 Neri, Juan 260 Nersesian, Sonia 156, 267, 338 Neshat, Ryan 156 Neumaier, Madison 265 Neumann, Christoph 267 Nevarez, Daniela Nevarez, Jamie 156, 263 Nevill, John 264

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Nevin, Sean 269 Newell, Megan 156, 267, 297 Newman, Lauren 275 Ng, Evan 156 Ngo, Khanh-Van Isabel 260, 266, 276 Nguyen, Brandon Nguyen, Bryan Nguyen, Christina 157 Nguyen, Cristalina Nguyen, Katelyn Nguyen, Kevin 276 Nguyen, Michelle Nguyen, Neilson Nguyen, Quang Nguyen, Thao Nguyen, Thong Nguyen, Thuy Nguyen, Tony 259 Nguyen, Victoria Nguyen, Viviane 261 Ngwana, Nathalie 270 Nicholas, Maximilian Nichols, Catherine 157 Nickel, Riley Nickles, Cassandra 157, 260, 269, 274, 276 Nicolas, Sarah 267 Niedbalski, Nina 262 Nielsen, Olivia 232 Nikkei Student Union 270 Nilarp, Roland Niles, Amanda Niles, David 275 Nimmers-Minor IV, John 264 Ninonuevo, Kristen 272 Nishida, Jenna 157, 263, 270 Nisich, Anthony 264 Nisim, Danielle 157, 265 Njoo, Edward 157 No, Billy 259 Noble, Rachael 157 Noble, Samantha 261 Noel, Colin 43, 265 Nogacki, Nastazia Nolan, Olivia 263 Nolen, LaShyra 157, 188, 259, 260, 261, 268, 269, 270 Noori, Nikki Nordstrom, Marcus 268 Noriega, Emily 157, 276 Noriega, Nicolas Norlin, Julia 130, 157, 227, 231 Norman, Alexis 157 Norman, Mattie 268, 272 Nornes, Taylor 157 Norris, Madison North, Katie 261, 268, 272 North, Mary 157 Norton, Jennifer 157 Notetorious 63, 271 Nourayi, Kelsey 259 Novak, Kaelyn 221

Novotny, Matthew 273 Nowatzki, Teresa 157 Nuguid, Peter Nunes, Mary Nunes, Mitchell 267 Nunez, Cassandra Nunez, Danielle 57, 221, 238, 256, 275, 277, 367 Nunez, Krystal 157 Nunez, Savannah Nuno, Jose Nwabuzoh, Christina Nwosu, Udochi 270

Oo

O, Brandon 157 O'Brien, Christopher O'Brien, Ian O'Brien, Lexie O’Brien, Lily 157, 267 O'Brien, Michael O'Connor Ercilla, Natalie O'Connor, Kian O’Connor, Luke 269, 275 O’Donnell, Caroline 157, 271 O’Donnell, Madison 157 O’Donnell, Shane 262 O'Donovan, Conor O'Hara, Brady O’Hara, Madison 259 O’Keefe, Riley 263 O’Keefe, Shannon 157, 267 O’Leary, Daniel 209 O’Mara, Sabrina 259, 260 O'Neal, Monica O’Neil, Margaret 276 O’Reilly, Brigid 263 O’Reilly, Joseph Carrick 263 O’Reilly, Sabrina 271 O’Shea, Megan 157, 263 O’Sullivan, Michael 190 O’Toole, Molly 157 Oakes, Rachel Obatusin, Timilehin Ober, Brennan Obering, Rachel 158, 263 Oca, Andrea 214 Ocana, Joshua 269 Occelli, Aurora Ochi, Hiromi Ochikubo, Erin 262, 270 Ochoa, Jose 158, 220 Ochoifeoma, Chima Ochsner, Thomas Oda, Monica 158, 276 Odegard, Nicholas 158 Odencrantz, Aisea 267 Odian, Raven 260, 262, 264, 271 G Odom, Rachel Odom, Roachem 264 Oegger, Arianna 214 Office of the Registrar 367 Ohata, Mika 259 Ohiomoba, Chukwuebuka

Ohler, Jenna Okamoto, William 273 Okamura, Molly 259 Oki, Matthew 158, 320 Okrasa, Maximilian Olarte, Ryan 262, 264 Olivares, Eileen Jacqueline Olivas, Evan Oliver, Annie 267 Oliver, Tori 259 Olk, Rena Olle, Britton 158, 271 Oller, Kyle Olmos, Lizette 264 Olsen, Evan Olsen, Sarah Olson, Cara 265, 276 Olson, Carolyn G Olson, Luke Olson, Nicholas A G Omar, Saiseban 276 One Night Stanzas 64, 276 Ong, Kristi Ongdra, Pema Ontiveros, Elias 158, 264 Ontiveros, Isabella Onyekwelu, Uche 260, 262 Onyike, Victoria 261 Ooi, Marissa 272 Oosterhouse, Devin Operation Smile 271 Orban, Nicole 158, 264 Ordaz, Amanda 32, 262, 277 Ordonia, Daniel 158 Oreskovich, Olivia 260, 274 Orlita, Jacob 264, 274 Ornelas, Cristian Orosz, Rachel 158 Orozco, Diego 267 Orozco, Karina 270 Orozco, Kristal 265 Orozco, Oscar 158, 259 Orozco, Xavier Ortega, Angelica 268, 276 Ortega, Claire 259 Ortega, Leslie 158, 263 Ortega, Louis 263 Ortega, Roberto Ortez, Marcio 158 Ortiz, Alexandria Ortiz, Briana 267, 269, 272, 276 Ortiz, Christopher 267 Ortiz, Cristobal 158, 268 Ortiz, Jayna 271 Ortiz, Jeanne 191 Ortiz, Madeline Ortiz Ph.D, Jeanne 367 Orue, Samuel Osborne, Hanna 239 Osborne, Samantha Oseas, Jamie 263 Oseguera, Mike 220 Oshiro, Ashley 264

Osorno, Ciara 264 Osten, Jaya Ostrander, Daniel 276 Ostrowski, Stephan Osugi, Keila 270 Osugi, Nichole 259 Osumi, Katherine Oswald, Alicia 271 Othman, Abdulaziz Al Otten, Caroline 268 Ovadya, Tal Ovchinnikova, Svetlana Overly, Brannen 259 Owaidat, Julia 260, 274 Owens, Lauren 206, 214, 275 Owenson, Erik 158, 233 Owolo-Steindrager, Nandi Ozburn, Charles 261 Ozkan, Selin 259, 276 Ozmen, Karya

Pp

Paal, John 158, 261 Pablin, Eduardo 269 Pacehco, Lizet 269 Pacheco, Carlos 259 Pacheco, Lizet 158, 267 Paclibon, Kiana Katrisha G 274 Padilla, Isabel Padilla, Joseph Padilla, Michael 158 Paez, Arely Page, Bailey 239 Page-Jones, Indiana Paggao, Brian 269, 276 Paik, Hyun Jung Paiva, Codie 233 Pak, Miranda Palacio, Carla 259 Palala, Hailey Palanivel, Vijayasankar 159, 259 Palato, Larry 262 Pal, Justin Palladini, Daniel 262, 266 Palmer, Adom 261 Palmer, Julia 267 Palmigiano, Brian Palomino, Bryan 274 Palubiski, Brady 33, 159, 263, 271 Pambid, Natalia Pangelinan, Jared Panosian, Jacqueline Paola, Tancredi Di Papa, Alexandra Papadopoulos, Alexis Papadopoulos, Mark Papanikolaou, Michail Pappas, Danae 159, 263 Paquet, Sean Para, Rachel 262 Paratore, Dylan Pardi, Sarah 263, 277 Pardo, Kevin 259

Parekh, Jasmine 159, 267 Parham, Samantha 239, 269 Park, Brenden 265, 270 Parker, Justin 261 Parker, Olivia 263 Parker, Raeyvenne 268 Parkins, Samuel 159, 262, 315 Parks, David Parra, Marissa Parrish, John 190 Parrish, Tyra Parsay, Casey Parsons, Hannah 159 Parsons, Matthew 273 Partee, Collin 220 Partida, Ezequiel Partin, Taylor 159, 259, 276 Partnoy, Alicia 268 Partnoy, Anahi Leiva 148 Pasano, Anna 271 Pascoe, Daniel G Pascual, Lauren Pascual, Mateo Pascual, Ryan Paseta, Isabella 259 Pasia, Jeremy Lorenz 262 Pasqua, Andrew 266 Pasquale, Justin 159, 261 Pasquale, Michael 261 Pass, Janelle 269 Passarelli, Victoria 159, 175, 263 Pasten, Xochitl Patacsil, Ralph 33, 277, 367 Patchell-Evans, Tygre 205 Patel, Jay Patel, Sagar 263, 272 Patel, Sahil Patel, Shanay 159, 267 Pathiratne, Anisha Patino, Ana 122, 159 G Patino, Miranda Patrick, Kaila 135, 159, 269 Patterson, Hunter 261 Patterson, Joshua 261 Patterson, Kevin Paul, Danielle 265 Pausz, Lucy Pawlak, Ryan 159 Payne, Alexa 265, 274 Payne, Charlotte Paynter, Kevin 273 Paz-Altschul, Thomas Peabody, Timothy 233 Peacock, Eric Pearce, Lianne Pearce, Remmington Pearlman, Caroline Pearlson, Alia G Pearson, Jack Pearson, Nicholas

Peay-Johnson, Micah 261 Peck-Sanders, Chloe Peddinghaus, Annika Pederson, Dane 269 Pederson, Koby 221, 238 Pelayo, Madalynn 221 Pellegrino, Frank Pellouchoud, Amy 263 Pellow, Jin-Young Pena, Jose 265 Pendleton, Matthew 159, 266 Pennel, Brynn G Penner, James 262, 269, 377 Penner, Shane Penney, Celia 267 Penney, Jasmine Pennington, Jillian 263 Pennington, Lauren 159, 267 Pennino, Christopher 159 Pennino, Matthew Pennylegion-Hurley, Atticus Penuela, Daniel 267, 269, 272 Penzella, Morgan 268 Pepi, Megan 259, 263 Peraino, Samantha 221 Peralta, Crystal 264 Peralta, Nelson 269, 273 Pereira, John Pereira, Philip Perera, Chalani 264 Perera, Delano Perez, Adrien 58, 59, 59 Perez, Beverly Perez, Carina Perez, Christopher 30, 268 Perez, Daniel 159 G Perez, Jack Perez, Jessica 118, 118, 118, 118 Perez, Jordan Perez, Noel Perez, Noemi 159, 259 Perez-Perez, Katie 267 Perez, Victoria 263 Perillo, Benjamin 273 Perotti, Alessandro 159 Perpich, Christopher Perroots, Alex 159 Perry, Courtney 271 Perry, Kayla Persily, Riley Pestana, Cody 46 Peters, Dominic Petersen, Christine Petersen, Matthew 276 Petersen, Mikayla Petersen, Paige 160, 262 Petersen, Zachary Peters, Kevin Peters, Michael 351 Peterson, Cameron 269 Peterson, Cole 271

Peterson, Jenna 160, 276 Peterson, Lindsey 267 Peterson, Olivia Peterson, Paige Peterson, Sarah 160, 259, 268, 273 Peterson, Taylor 160 Petralia, Marissa 259, 268 Petras, Courtney 160 Petrich, Michael 160, 162, 309 Petrik, Brady 268, 276 Petrosian, Carleen 274 Petrusek Ph.D, Matthew 10, 44 Pettit, Cassius Pezzi, Dante 220 Pham, Darissa Pham, Hanhnguyen Phelan, Katherine Phelps, Samantha 160 Phi Alpha Delta 271 Phibbs, Claire Phi Delta Theta 271, 287 Philbin, Jayne 267, 268 Philip, John G Phillips, April 226 Phillips, David Phillips, Jordan 275 Phillips, Simeon 160 Phillips-Johnson, Nia Photenhauer, Zoë 142, 160, 263 Pi Beta Phi 271, 284 Pi Beta Sigma 279 Picazo, Anton-Luigi Picciolo, Nicholas 160, 331 Pickett, Mikaelee Picnic Beneath the Palms 183 Pidlaoan, Danico Bryan 268, 271 Pidono, Cheryl 160, 266 Piechowski, Madison Piedra, Brooke 260, 269 Pierce, Elissa 276 Pigott, Caitlin 160, 271 Piibe, Samuel 351 Pilaud, Nicholas Pilcher, Shannon 262 Pilkington, Heather 160, 260, 261 Pilkington, Jacob Pilmer, Alexandria Pinamont, Julia 239 Pineda, Andrei 267 Pineda Soto, Lexie 289 Pinkel, Jacob 239 Pinomesa, Jose Pintor, Cristina 260, 277, 367 Pipkin, Hunter Piraino, Olivia Pirbazari, Adham 160 Pita, Natalie Pitt, Caitlin 160, 263

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Pitti, Samantha Pittsey, Jordan 271 Piumetti, Francesca 367 Pizarro, Xochitl 160, 259 Placencia, Jacqueline 274 Plair, Summer 263 Pla, Madeleine 239 Plasencia, Jacquelin 260, 264 Playdon, Nicholas Plummer, Micaela 265 Poblano, Sarah Podrez, Anastasiia 160 C G Pogni, Aria 233 Pohlman, Austin Polanco, Fausto Polayes, Hannah Polerecky, Jack 221, 238 Polk, Jordyn Polk, Katelin 268 Pollack, Kylie 67, 221, 225, 259 Pollak, Abigail 268 Pollick, Jennifer Pollock, Billy 232 Pollock, William Polovnikov, Daniel Pol, Trevor Vander Pomares, HĂŠctor Blanes 276 Pond, Riley Pontikos, Sean Ponty, William Poole, Kaitlin Poon, Jason Popaj, Christine Popermhem, Thalia Popoola, Aonat 263 Porcelli, Lia 275 Porjes, Noah Porras, Antonio 261 Porras, Karley Porras, Natalie Pita Karley 271 Porreco, Antonio 220 Porter, Brianna Porter, Kathleen 44, 45, 260 Porter, Kirstyn Posadas, Veronica Pottier, Brenden 160 Potts, Jenee Poulakos, Alexandra Pourroy, Devin Powell, Sierra POWER 25, 271 Powers, Austin Powers, Isabella 264, 267 Powers, Londen 263 Pozon, Patrick 265 Prakash, Monish Prats, Camila 267 Pratt, April 160 Pratt, James 268 Prawirohardjo, Jason Preciosa, Idelia Presti, Charles Lo 149 G Previti, AnnaMarie 259

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Prevost, Alexis Prevost, Paige 263, 269 Pribyl, Samuel Pribyl, Thomas Price, Brenden 269 Price, Justin 239 Price, Naomi Prichard, Jessie 215, 219 Priegel, Cassidy 160, 259 Primm, Nicholas Prisco, Scott Pritting, Lauren 263 Privett, Father 31 Prochnow, Sophia Prodis, Anthony 271 Program Assistants 272 Provencher, Jacob 271 Provenza, Karissa PRSSA 272 Pruett, Sophia 160, 267 Pruitt, Charlee 220 Psychopomp 64 Puengrod, Chairat 220 Pugh, Austin Pugliese, Nicholas 268 Pulido, Ofelia 267 Pumpkin Smash 183 Pund, Ernest Purnell, Erin Purnell, Jessica 259, 271 Puterman, Anthony 160, 273 Putranto, Matthius 160 Putri, Indah Pyo, Savannah 238 Pyun, Jessica 161

Qq Qabazard, Ali Qabazard, Fajer Qafaiti, Randy 262 Qian, Yilin Quackenbush, Kamryn 274 Quade, Brianna 214 Quan, Ashley 259 Quevedo, Paloma Quezada, Carys 62 Quezada, Jazmin 267, 269 Quigg, Kanoa 269 Quigley, Kaitlin 161, 265 Quinn, Alanna 263 Quinn, Courtney 263 Quinonez, Molly Quinonez, Stephanie 264 Quintana, Alexis Quintana, Marie 263 Quintanilla, Brenda 261, 267, 269, 273 Quintero, Michelle 264, 267, 269, 275 Quinton, Madison Quiocho, Kristine Quiroz, Elizabeth Quiton, Madison 263 Quraishi, Leila

Rr

Rabina, Noel 260, 275 Race, Luigi Race Talks 16 Radack, Matthew Raddatz, Kelly Radi, Waseem Radix Dance Club 256, 272 Radomyshelsky, Elanna 263 Rae, Truman Rafe, Peter R Ragan, Eric 215 Ragsac, Olivia 130, 154, 161, 264, 333 Ragusa, Jacob 161 Raharjo, Nicholas 161 Raharjo, Timothy Ponco 161 Rahe, Elizabeth 259 Rahman, Quazi Rai, Harmon Raine-King, Scott Rajaram, Alexa 161, 264 Rajavasireddy, Nikhil Ralston, Hailey 161, 263 Ramirez, Allison Ramirez, Candido Ramirez, Cecilia 264 Ramirez, Daniel 267, 269 Ramirez, Emily Ramirez, Jeronimo 273, 274 Ramirez, Karla Ramirez, Keola 266 Ramirez, Larissa 267, 269 Ramirez, Marco 267, 268, 273, 274 Ramirez, Mariana 269 Ramirez, Nayely Ramirez, Nicole Ramirez, Victoria 271 Ramming, Justus Ramon, Alejandro Ramonasari, Jose Ramonasari, Long 161 Ramos, Adalberto 264 Ramos, Candela Mendez Ramos, Dylan Ramos, Jason Ramos, Nataly 161, 267 Ramos, Nicholas Ramseyer, Cole 273 Ramsey, Joshua 32, 33 Ranatunga, Ravindu Randazzo, Alexandra 271 Randazzo, Arriona Rand, Mia 271 Randolph, Kathryn 271 Ranero-Alvarenga, Mayra 161 Ran, Hanqi Rankin, Caitlin 264 Rankin, Megan 263 Rasmussen, Sarah 31, 239 Rasmusson, Evan 259 Rastegar, Jason Rathbone, Nicole 267

Raudys, Zenonas Rauner, Michael Rausch, Fr. Tom 73 Ravelo, Kenneth 161 Ravelo, Kyle Rawl, Maddie 233 Rawl, Madelyn Rawson, Emily 276 Ray, Lukas Ray, Margaret Ray, Sharon Raya, Oliver Raycraft., Samuel 259 Raymond, Adrianus Raymond, Eliot 261 Raymond, Jordan Raymond, Taylor 161, 263 Raymundo, Austin 269, 270 Raymundo, Jon 267 Raynes, Diana 268, 276 Razon, Patrick 259, 266 Ray, Sharon Rea, Michael 262 Reach, Sarah 267 Real, Andrew Reames, Kristen 263 Reburn, Christina Red Arrow, Bianca 267 Red, Jackson Redman, Blake 233 Ree, Lawrence Reece, Alyssa Reed, Brittney , 180 Reed, Maliek 261 Reese, Melissa 263 Reeves, Lamont 273 Regalado, Hayden 276 Regan, Jordan Raymond Lauren 271 Regan, Lauren 161 Regeiro, Robert Rehbock, Jordan 276 Rehder, Ashley 265, 267, 289 Rehm Elaine 264 Rei, Caitlyn 98, 143, 161, 271 Reid, Brittney 261 Reid, Emily Reid, Harrison Reid, Kanoeonalani Reid, Mary Reid, Tess 215 Reid, Victoria Reidel, Jasmin 263 Reilly, Caitlin Reilly, Caroline 266 Reilly, Jordyn 193 Reilly, Keara 232, 261 Reilly, Patrick 277, 367 (Re) Imagining Each Other 63 Reinart, Adam Reiner, Lucas 269 Reinholz, Portia 161, 259 Reinmuth, Kelly 161 Reinoso, Shawn Reitmeir, Eric 214, 216, 275

Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary 28 Relos, Kristina Relos, Kristina Mae 161 Remo, Luigi R G Renaud, Morgan 263, 271 Renner, Chelsea 161, 271 Renner, Madeline 259 Renner, Maggie 161 Rentsch, Diego 269, 272 Repar, Petar 161 Requa, Christine 264 Resilience 272 Resnick-Neillie, Daniel Respert, Aaron Restrepo, Claire 259, 263, 267 Retana, Isabel 161 Revelina, Vania Reyes, Alexander Reyes, Anthony Reyes, Bridgette 226 Reyes, Jessica 161 Reyes, Kimberly Martinez Reyes, Leilani Reyes, Madeleine 161 Reynolds, Jamie 264 Reynolds, Maya Reynoso, Christopher 267, 269, 274 Reynoso, Pablo De Mare Rhee, Sheridan Rhoads, Kaitlyn Rhynes, Karin Rhynes, Kyla Ribe, Ryan 261 Rice, Annemarie Rice, Jonathan 162, 339 Rich, Ashley 267 Richard-Kassar, Anastasia Richards, John Richardson, Alexander R G Richards, Shane 273 Richard, William Richey, Sophia Richman, Carlie 162, 163, 259 Richter, Meredith Rickards, Ryan 271 Ricossa, Reagan Riebe, Ryan 264 Riedel, Jasmin Rieger, Meghan Riess, Sydney 270 Rigaud, Chelsea 162 Rigo, Pauline 259 Riles, Nia Riley, Connor Riley, Isabel Riley, Madaline Riley, Phoebe 220 Rinaldi, Deane Rinauro, Dillon 262, 266 Rincon, Michael Rincon, Michelle

Rink, Joseph R A G Rios, Eric 39, 162, 266 R Risnoveanu, Renee Ritter, Jack Rittwage, Rachel Rivel, Austin De Rivera, Cristobal 227 Rivera-Hackley, Anastasia 162, 264, 272 Rivera, Samantha 162, 267 Rivet, Porter 264 Rizza, Anna 162, 263, 277 Roads, Asuzena 273 ROAR Studios 83, 272 Roa, Sarah 162, 271 Robbins, Regan Robello, Brandon 162, 261 Roberts, Christian 267 Roberts, Kennedy 162 Robertson, Natalie Robinson, Davis 261 Robinson, Eric 273 Robinson, Jordan Robinson, Joseph Robinson, Kathryn Robinson, Miles 267 Robinson, Miranda Robinson-Armstrong Ph.D, Abbie 191 Robison, Cayden Rocca, Markus Roccucci, Anna 221, 267 Rocha, Alexander Rocha, Brandon 261 Rochard, Kimberly 277 Rocheleau, Richard 191 Roche, Randall H. 190 Rock, Hannah 267 Rockwell, Natalie 162, 259 Rodas, Asuzena 162 Rodas, Dominique Khan Roddy-Bale, Adrienne 162 Rodgers, Joey 221, 238 Rodgers, Joseph Rodi, Alex Rodkey, Elias Rodosky, Hannah 162, 263 Rodrigues, Pedro Rodriguez, Adrian 162, 273, 276 Rodriguez, Alexandra 112, 163 Rodriguez, Alexis Rodriguez, Amelia 163 Rodriguez, Amy 163, 325 Rodriguez, Andrea 163 Rodriguez, Andres Rodriguez, Andrew 267, 272 Rodriguez, Claire Rodriguez, Crystian Rodriguez, Daniel Rodriguez, Delmi Rodriguez, Evan R G Rodriguez, Leticia

Rodriguez, Lexi 263 Rodriguez, Luis Rodriguez, Mariah Rodriguez, Matthew 271, 276 Rodriguez, Natalie 163, 259, 316, 346 Rodriguez, Sage 260 Rodriguez, Stefanie 259 Rodriguez, Victoria 269 Rodriguez Franco, Claudia 163, 267 Rodriguez Juan, Alba 265 Rogers, Caroline Rogers, Sarah 163, 259 Rojas, Alessandra Vidal 173 Rojas Castro, Daniela 32, 264 Rolander, Anne Rollofson, Madelyn 163, 259, 272 Romana, Renzo 264 Roman, Christian 269, 276 Romandetti, Jeanette Roman, Rodrigo 220 Romeka, Anna 86, 227, 271, 275 Romero, Ana Romero, Daniel Romero, Diana 214 Romero, Nikolas Romero, Nora 367 Romero, Sara Rooney, Meghan 259 Roque, Trixie Anne 163 Ro, Ran 162 Rosario, Brian Del Rosas-Maxemin, Alexandra Rose, Ashlyn R G Rose, Sean 268 Rosehill, Allie Mae 163, 267 Rosenberg, Devon 271 Rosenberg, Seamus Rosendin, Alexandra Rosendin, Nicholas Rosenfeld, Rachel 264, 268 Rosh, Danielle 267 Rosicki, Elton Ros, Mireia 163, 239 Ross, Chanell Rossetti, Filippo Ross, Jaclyn 163, 263, 265 Ross, James Ross, Lillian Ross, Tristan 259 R G Rosslow, Makayla Rosso, Cole 271 Rosso, Eric 163 Roth, Justine Rothans, Catherine 267 Rouen, Jonathan De 275 Rouiller, Laura 163, 271 Rouleau, Nicole 263 Rouleau, Zachary 269 Round, Olivia 263, 276 Rousso, Eden 271, 272, 275 Rover, Kayla 259

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Rovetto, Joseph 262, 269 Rowan, Johnathan 261 Rowing, Women's 55, 242 Rowland, Kelly 279 Rowland, Lauren 263 Rowlands, Warren Roxas, Edward 274 R Royal, Armando Roybal, Melinda 260, 262 Roy, Mohar Roy, Morgan Rubcich, Kaitlyn 163 Rubin, Jesse Rubin, Nathalie 272 Rubin, Zachary Rubio, Ivan Rubschlager, Carl 220 Rucker, Hilary Rudell, Sophia Rudich, Emily Rudich, Mateo 260, 266 R Rudolph, Taryn 163, 259 Rueger, Hayley R R R V Ruiz, Adam Ruiz, Angel Ruiz, Ashley Ruiz, Cami 262 Ruiz, Camila 239 Ruiz, Cristobal 263 Ruiz, Raul 49, 267 Ruiz, Roberto 260, 262 R Ruiz, Susan 260, 262 Rupp, Tali 263 Rushing, Ashley 267 Ruslim, Mayongga Russell, Aisha 164 Russell-Drew, Megan 263 Russell, Megan 33 Russell, Mitchell 164 Russell, Neeley 221, 267 Russell, Nicole Russell, Ryan 164 R G 263 Russo, Eden 263 Russo, Martina Rust, Emma Ryan, Caitlin 164 Ryan, Danielle Ryan, Hallie Ryan, Kaitlyn 263 Ryan, Kevin 276 Rynaski, Nathaniel Ryskina, Daniella 164, 255, 259

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Saakyan, David Saavedra, Alexandra 267 Sabal-Wilson, Kaelyn Sabatini, Thomas

Saberi, Mateen Sabet, Daniel 261 Sabine, Morgan 164 Saca, Skylar Sacco, Julia 164, 267 Sacks, Madeline 263 Sadeghi, Ahmad Mir Mohammad 154 Sadiq-Adamu, Majeed 211, 276 Sadis, Amanda 259, 266 Saededdin, Nathalie 269 Saeed, Ahmed Saeed, Ali Saeed, Mohamad Saeed, Osama Safady, Tatiana 164 Safaryan, Elen Sagir, Deniz Sagona, Nancy Sahaguian, Daniela Villa Saheal, Kinzy Al Sahid, Yasmine 265 Said, Ameer 164 Saindon, Katelyn 164, 263 Saito, Jaclyn 39, 164 Saito, Michael 265, 270 Sajasi, Sahra 263 Sakai, Maxine 268 Saker, Matthew Sakhai, Mathew Sala, Enrico Salamat, Reoniz Salazar, Ian 164, 167, 263, 302 Salazar, Ian 267 Salazar, Pia Saleh, Alisa Saleh, Rony 164, 261 Sale, Joshua 267 Salgado, Dante Salih, Kyle Salinas, John 261 Salonga, Chelsea 259, 263, 271 Salter, Corey Saltzman, Samantha 265 Salvabilla, Tiara Salzman, Braydon 233 Sama, Sanjna 271 Samat, Aiman Sambora, Ava 259 Sambor, Pascal 272 Samdarshi, Mihir 273 Samii, Alexa G Samson, Mia 267 Samson, Nicholas Samtani, Sunar Samuels, Brianna Sam Wasson Scholarship Fund 64 Sanbar, Jonathan Sanchez, Alejandra 260, 262 Sanchez, Brandon 220 G

Sanchez, Irma 233 Sanchez, Katy 277 Sanchez, Salvador 273 Sanchez, Scarlett 263, 271 Sanchez, Sophia 164, 271 Sanchez, Sydnie Sanders, Jordan 270 Sanders, Mathew 266 Sanders, Sydney Sandle, Patrick 226 Sandor, Stephanie 259 Sandoval, Dr. Claudia 269 Sandoval, Ericka 267, 269 G A Sandoval, Kathleen 130, 164 Sandoval, Kelly Sandoval, Melissa 259, 267, 273 Sandoval, Ramona 261 Sandoval, Sabrina 267 G Sanger, Sarah 220 Sanghvi, Siddhant Sangprasert, Tarn 164 Sangprasert, Waraporn Sankofa, Sarahn 164 Sanny, Justin 163, 164 Sano, Kelly 270 San Roman, Rodrigo Santamaria, Alma Santana, Nicole 164 Santana, Paola 261 Santander, Christian 277, 367 Santiago, Edward G Santo, Michael Del 265, 267 G Santos, Johlene De Los 265 Santos, Jonathan 259, 265 Santos, Kevin 259 Santos, Nathan Santoso, Jason Santoso, Michael Santos, Sylvana 164, 266 Santo Tomas, Victoria Santy, Eviania 271 Sapp, David 190 Sapp, Ryan 164 Saputo, Landyn 164, 259 Saputra, Valleriana 164 Sar, Fassa 260 Sarabia, Nathan 260 G Sarbaum, Allison 271 Sarberenyi, Lauren 165, 259 Sardegna, Christopher Sargsyan, Alina 259, 271 R Sarni, Joseph Sarno, Anna 263, 268 Sarria, Samantha 165, 271 Sasaki, Kriston 270 Sasser, Alexander 221, 238, 260 Sasso, Anthony 118, 165, 260, 266

Sastraatmadja, Kevin 165 Satawidinata, Kevin 165 Satrio, Jerralyn Saucedo, Sienna 274 Sauers, Abigail Sauerwald, Elliott 165, 292 Saunders, Lawren 272 Saunier, Paige 165 Sauter, Clay Savage, Anna 263, 265, 277, 289 SAVE 272 Savini, Samuel Saviotti, Nicolo Sawai, Spencer Sawaya, Cynthia 259 Sawicki, Kate Sawyer, Sarah 260 Saxon, Hope 165, 263, 336 Scalise, Acacia 263 Scally, Meabh Scaltrito, Alexandria 262 Scandalios, Amanda Scannell, Ella 165 Scarboro, Lynne B. 191 Scarpa, Ally 268 Scattaglia, Sophia 271 Scerbak, Anne Schaap, Stephen 273 Schacher, Heather 263 Schaefer, Richard 165, 265, 267, 289 Schafer, Caitlin 165, 214 E Schantz, John Schapiro, Max 165 Schawalder, Kiri Scheinman, Mackenzie 165, 263, 311 Scheker, Katerine Schell, Mary 232, 261, 275 Schembri, Katie 260, 263, 265, 289 Scherner, Holly 267 Schiel, Nicole 232 Schimmels, Olivia 165, 274 Schirmang, Molly Schirmer, Corey 269 Schlack, Maya Schladen, Michael 165 Schlange, Tatiana 215 Schlemm, Alana Schlicht, Haley 263, 268 Schmidt, Andrew 269 Schmit, Matthew Schnatz, John 262 Schneider, Breanne 264 Schniepp, Daniel 165, 269 Schnurr, Aurora Schoeben, Riley Schoenecker, William Scholl, Alyssa 165 School of Education 203

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Schow, Holly 263, 272 Schreiner, Lillian Schroeder, Mel Schrupp, Peter Schufreider, Augusta Schukai, Emily Schuler, Aubin Schuler, Raina 274 Schuller, Alexandria Schulman, Peter Schulte, Rebecca Schultz, Alexander Schultz, Benjamin Schultz, Matthew 165 Schuurs, Rachel Schwartz, Ashley Schwartz, Austin Schwartz, Caryl Schwartz, Erin 277 Schwartz, Jared Schwartz, Jessica Schwartz, Madeline 112, 193, 263 Schwarz, Erin Schwarz, Hayden 165 Schwarz, Michael Schweitzer, Alana Scott, Chad 165, 261 Scott, John Scott, Nhandi 277 Scott, Paul 165 Scott, Simone 189, 274 Scotto, Kathryn 165, 170, 271 Screen, Joseph 273 Screen, Leo 274 Scruggs, William Scuba Club 273 G Scully, Chad 260, 261 Scully, Thomas 266, 269 Seabrook, Rachel 264 Seah, Shaun 198, 273 Searle, Joanie 259, 268 Searle, Kathryn Seaton, Jordan Sebring, Courtney 259 Seddon, Isabelle 248, 261 Sederman, Casey Seeds Business Accelerator 273 Segal, Sarah 265 Segelken, Asher Segert, Kylie Segovia, Jasmine 29, 267, 269, 272 Seguin, Louis Segura, Magdalena 165 Segura, Sebastian 261 Segura-Acosta, Sebastian Seim, Edward 166 Seinfeld, Samuel Sekhon, Harveen Sekino, Riku G Selby, John 272, 273 Selcer, Jared Sell, Alison 261, 263

Selland, Jeremy 166 Semler, Sophia Seneker, Hudson Sengal, Naomi Senger, Ellis Seo, Jay 166 Serabyn, Nicholas 166 Seraji, Cameron Rehmani Serda, Angelica 166, 263 Sergey, Vasilev 264 Serrano, Daniella Serrano, Juan Serrell, Kwele 166 Service Org Gala 245 Seshadri, Samir 262 Session, Jesiree 166, 261 Sessions, Steven Sestito, Meredith Setili, Andrew Setlik, Hayden Settergren, Ruben G Seymour, Sophie Sezer, Ayhan Shabbir, Lamiya 166 Shaginian, Sarkis 220, 260 Shah, Kaeya 166, 259 Shalvoy, James Shanahan, Danielle 36, 166, 221, 238, 241 Shane, Annie 27, 239, 261, 272 Shanelle Jaquez 143 Shanley, Patrick Shannon, James Shannon, Selena 259, 274, 281 Shannon, Taylor 166 Shapiro, Sarah 264 Shapiro Sieber, Arianna 227 Sharfstein, Jared 261 Sharma, Ashwarya Sharp, Aaron Sharpe, Connor Shaw, Timothy 214 Shawul, Meron Shearer, Brandon 233, 261 Shehabi, Rayan Shehadeh, Amal Sheikhan, Tatijana 227, 275 Shek, Chrystal 265, 266, 268, 270 Shekarchian, Sherry Shelby, Christopher 261, 263 Shelton, Emilia 166, 271 Shelton, Juliet 260 Shelton, Molly 264 Shemirani, Joshua Shen, Elizabeth Shepard, Liam Shepard, Steven 267 Shepherd, Tyler 166 Sheppard, Corrin 166, 263 Sherer Jr., Richard 166 Sheridan, Erich 166, 273 Sheridan, Matthew 273, 274

Sherif, Mohammed Sherlock, Abigail Sherman, John 261 Sherman, Melanie 166 Sherman, Spencer Shew, Kathleen 260 Shieh, Joelle Shields, Morgan Shillinger, Eli 193 G Shin, Sylvia Shin, Yeon-Soo Shine, Alexandra Shinoda, Luke 265, 270, 276 Shinol, Andrew 166, 321 Singleton, Kipprecia 264 Shipman, Klaus 166 Shirian, Ethan 275 Shirley, Jamie Shirley, Michael Anthony Shodahl, Skye 259 Shoen, Ann 198, 266 G Shoji, Emily Shook, Sophie 267 Shoop, Joslyn 220 Shorrock, Fiona 271 Shortley, Jessica 263 Shoukeh, Tarik Showley, Logan Shrager, Ryan 273, 274 Shubin, Casey Shultz, Ben 273 Shum, James 259 Shumway, Eli 273 Shy, Alexandra Siacahyo, Robert 166 Sianipar, Bonia Siao, Kathleen Siao, Michael 166, 265, 289 Sibley, Alexander Siciliano, Daniel Siciliano, Ekaterina 166 B Sigesmund, Mitchell 198, 274 Sigma Chi 273, 288 Sigma Lambda Beta 273, 279, 287 Sigma Lambda Gamma 273, 278, 279, 285 Sigma Phi Epsilon 273, 279, 288 Sikora, Olivia 260, 276 Sillivos, Madeleine 167, 263 Sillivos, Meghan 272 Silva, Alexander 167, 265, 270, 273, 287, 289 Silva, Nishan 276 Silva, Shelby 267 Silveira, Jordyn 167 Silver, Julia Silvey, Julia 263 Simangunsong, Joshua 127, 167 Simmonds, Sarah 264 Simmons, Michael 261

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Smith, Houston 239 Smith, Jade 191 G Smith, Kayci Smith, Lauren Smith, Marie Smith, McKenzie 168, 259 Smith, Monique Smith, Morgan Smith, Noelle 168, 266 Smith, Regan 168, 267 Smith, Riley 168, 214, 273 Smith, Samantha 232 Smith, Samuel Smith, Shari 260, 270 Smith, Stacee 261 Smith, Stephanie 239, 274 Smith, Tenika 263 Smith-Brown, Destiny Smyers, Connor Smythe, Halsey Sneider, Tamara 168, 267 Snyder, Olivia Snyder Ph.D, Timothy Law 10, 48, 69 Snyder, Sydney Sobierajski, Kathryn 259, 272 Sobolev, Sara 265, 270 Sobolewski, Emily 263 Soccer, Men's 54, 222 Soccer, Women's 5, 55, 223 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers 274 Society of Jesus 27, 28 Society of Women Engineers 274 Sodha, Ria 264, 276 Soelistio, Elizabeth Soen, Levine 168 Soeryadjaya, Augusta Softball, Women's 237 Sofyan, Muhammad Sogard, Nicholas 233 Sohn, Collin 214 Solan, Justine 168 Solanki, Jay Soler, Miguel Soliman, Amanda Soliman, Jared 272 Solomon, Makeda 168 Solovy, Elle Solo, Yohannes 259 Soltero, Freddy 265, 266, 271, 289 Sommers, Madison 263 Song, Anna 268, 270 Song, Jiaxuan Sontag, Clayton 276 Sorbom, Shawn 168 Sordello, Nicole 168, 263, 271 Sorejian, Aleen Soria, Natalie 263 Soriano, Joshua 266 Sosa, Ricardo 139, 155, 168,

259, 294 Sosa Soto, Rodrigo 168 Sosa, Rosario Sosa, Steven 259 Soto, Lexie Pineda 265 Sotoodeh, Ariana 263 Soto, Sabrina Souther, Katherine 264 Souverein, James Souza, Cole 220 Spangenberg, Andrew 273 Spanish Club 274 Spanos, David 168, 261 Spaugh, Joshua Spaulding, Joan 268 Speak, Justin Spears, Courtney Special Games 274 Special Olympics 274 Speed, Tristan Speicher, Chase 168, 261, 268 Speidel, Jackson 168 Spence, Patricia 168 Spencer, Tallie Spiekerman, Emma 168, 269 Spigelman, Kyle 264 Spitz, Leah 265, 271, 275 Sponcil, Sarah 101, 215 Spongberg, Rhett 154, 168, 267, 296 Spousta, Kaitlyn 168, 271, 304 Springer, Matthew Sprott, Larry 261, 275 Sprouse, Courtney 266, 267 Squarcia, Kelsey 267 Squires, Brock Srinivasan, Hiranmay 259 Srivastava, Sidhant Stacey, Kimberly Stacey, Nicole 270 Stachniuk, William Stack, Andrew Staine, Ravynne Stainton, Natalie Stamas, Alexandros 263 Stamberger, Margaret Stammen, Taylor Stango, Dominique 271 Stanley, Raychel 226 Stanton, Kelly 239 Starbuck, Lucas 269, 273 Starling, Charlotte Starr, Madelyn 260, 271 Starr, Rebecca Stasiuk, Bart 259 Staugaard, Matthew 273 Stava, Christina 168, 259 Steamhouse Comedy Club 275 Stecki, Randi 168, 271 Steel, Ryan 261, 263, 268 Steele, Austin Steelman, Matthew 259 Stefan, Andrea 168, 267 Stefania, Marcia Steger, Eric 273

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Steinberg, Charlotte Steinberg, Ivey 213 Steinberg, Jack 213 Stein, Matthew 27, 221, 238 Stelly, Marisa 168 Stephens, Kathryn 259 Stephenson, Drew Stephenson, James Stephenson, Kassia 168, 267 Stephenson, Richard Stepka, Allison 169 Stern, Nina Sterns, Alyssa 169 Stevenson, Emily 35, 263 Stewart, Morgan 169 Stiehl, Bradley 169 Stilger, Alexander 169, 260 Stillwell, Zachary Stites, Haley Stock, Joseph Stoddard, Andrew 239 Stoddard, Chloe St. Oegger, Arianna 275 Stokes, Joshua Stone, Christian 266 Stone, Margaret 260, 262 Stone-Zachery, Julien Storbeck, Dana Story, Sean Stotts, Alana 264 Stout, Andrew Strafeldas, Courtney Straiten, Alexis 271 Strand, Aaron 169, 261 Strand, Emma 263 Strang, Amanda 264 Strawbridge, Lisa 169, 273 Strickland, John 169 Strieleman, Oriana Strinz-Ward, Sami 233 Strohl, Hannah 259 Stronck, Raidy Stroobandt, Isabelle 267 Stropnik, Lamar Strossman, Carolyn Stroud, Sophia 276 Strugatsky, Annie 262 Stuart, Allyson Stuart, Sydney 169 Student Athlete Advisory Committee 256, 275 Student Athlete Mentors 275 Student Employment Services 367 Student Leadership & Development 367 Students for Labor and Economic Justice 275 Students Supporting Israel 275 Su, Jingwen Su, Ziyang Subramaniam, Shivani 268 Sudarga, Hardianto Suehisa, Michael 260, 270 Suhartono, Amanda 169

G Sukardi, Kenty Sulewski, Jackson 263 Sullivan, Demetria Sullivan, Douglas 272 Sullivan, Khalil 261 Sullivan, Leah 268 Sultan, Daniel Sumarkho, Danniel Sumarkho, Darvin 264 Sumarta, Albert Sumarto, Andrew Sumaya, Chico 274 Sumayao, Atikij Sumida, Allison 267, 270 Sumineg, Pia 169, 340 Sun, Chang Sun, Spencer Sun, Tianze Sun, Yawen Sunada, Lindsay 263 Sunarjo, Russell Sundin, Derek 169 Sunga, Nicholas 265, 268, 270 Suo, Yunfei Supowitz, Justin G Surf Club 275 Surgent, Charles Suri, Akriti 259 Suri, Daksh Sursum Corda 253, 276 Suryadi, Aurelia Suryanto, Kevin Susanto, Bill Sutanto, Andre 169 Sutedja, Arvin 266 Sutedja, Emily Sutherlin, Lauren 169, 273 Sutjipto, Tommy 169 Sutter, Nancy Sutton, Paisley 272 Suwardi, Jesslyn Suyetsugu, Matthew Swaminarayan, Radhika 162, 169, 259, 260, 271 Swanson, Andrew Swanson, Suzanne 260, 263 Swaya, Nicolas Sweet, Emily 169, 271, 295 Sweitzer, Mikayla Swenson, Jared Swe, Thun Htet Win 175 Swift, Jessica Swimming, Women's 25, 234 Swisa, Maor 169, 271 Sy, Anthony Sy, Nicholas 272 Sy-Facunda, Christopher Sy-Quia, Joanna Sylvestre, Natalie Symmonds, Makayla Syufy, Nicholas Szaboky, Benjamin Szatko, Juliet

Sznewajs, Maximillian 169, 261 Szollosi, Robin

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Tabaldo, Jordan 260, 268 Tabirara, Yzabella Tadayon, Jahan 261 Tafa, Tapiwa 205, 264 Taghizadeh, Kamand Taher, Luluwa Al Tahmassebi, Amir Tai, Wei-Yu Taimoori, Monica Takahashi, Jen Shin 264 Takahashi, Marc 110, 264 Takahashi, Ryan Takamatsu, Masaki 273 Takanishi, Davin 259, 270 Takara, Justin 169, 259 Takata, Sasha Takeda, Erisa 116, 117, 169, 260, 264 Takeda, Kyle Takeda, Yusuke 169 Takemoto, Megan 259 Takeuchi, Matthew 274 Takanishi, Davin 259 Talatala, Edward Ryan Talcott, William 169 Talley, Jia 277 Talusan, Emmanuel Joseph 268 Tamhane, Maya Tamjidi, Faraaz 169 Tan, Brandon Tan, Cortney Tan, Dustin Kye 170 Tan, Evan 269, 276 Tan, Frederick Tan, Presillyn 170 Tan, Shui Ki Joyce Tan, Si An 170 Tan, Skyler 261 Tan, Veronica Rose Tan, Wenda 170 Tan, William 259 Tanabe, Hayden 21, 268 Tanabe, Julia 270 Tanaka, Jaai Tanaka, James 220 Tandrea, Jansen 170 Tanedo, Charisse 259, 265, 270 Tanedo, Jarryd Fernand G Tangara, Hugo Tangie, Tara Tanielian, Alexander 170, 260 Tanmizi, Zachary Tannehill, Abigail Tannenbaum, Jake Tanner, Jake Tanta, Andre 170 Tantasathien, Kant 262 Tanubrata, Kevin 170 Tanujaya, Rachel 158, 170 Tanupama, Citra 263

Tao, Bo Rui Tao, Rui 273 Taoyama, Alison Taplin, Alison 265 Tar, Aisha Tar, Muhammad 270, 271 Tarakji, Albert Tarantino, Raegan Tarantino, Salvatore 273 Taraporevala, Kayan Taricco, Anna 259, 268 Tarricone, Nicholas Tarutis, Matthew Tarzwell, James Tate, Cheyenne 170, 268 Taube, Martin Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society 276 Taus, Ryan Tave, Jackson Tavormina, Charlie 170, 267 Taweil, Kienan Taylor, Armani Taylor, Dawson Taylor, Ivan Taylor, James Taylor, Mick Taylor, Summer 170, 271 Taylor, Valerie 263 Tebou, Sabrina 233 Techman, David 263, 275 Teerasuphaset, Emily 263 Teferi, Rediet Tejada, Aoife 272 Tejada, Matthew 264, 273 Tejero, Ariana 170 Tellesen, Sarah 263 Telona, Alfredo 268, 272, 274 Telona, Eslie 267 Templer, Cole Templer, Sydnee 263, 274 Teng, Edwin 170 Tenney, Andrew Tennis, Men's 227, 230 Tennis, Women's 227, 231 Teora, Drew Teran, Santiago Mier y Terine, Hansel Terry, Arden 263, 269, 273 G Tesfaiohannes, Naomi 270 Tesfaye, Kidus Thackeray, Madhuri Thakrar, Karina Theard, Tabitha 269 The Cage 276 The, Danny 170 Theno, Emilee 170, 259, 266 Think Pink 5k 24 Thio, Eva 171 Thiodores, Felicia 171 Third Thursday 183 Thoman, Christopher 275 Thomas, Chase Thomas, Cheyenne

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Thomas, Hanalani Thomas, Natahly Thomas, Parker Thomas, Rachel 171 Thomas, Tyler 171 Thomason, Ruby Thompson, Anna 267 Thompson, Hunter Thompson, Jessica Thompson, Kathryn 171, 273 Thompson, Lindsey 171, 260, 271 Thompson, Mark 269 Thompson, Paul Thompson, Sierra Thomsen, Bailey 263 Thomsen, Madison 171, 259 G Thornton, Allison 171, 276 Thornton, Nolan 171 Thorp, James Thorp, Megan 233 Thu, Wesley Thurman, Alanna 267 Thyne, Eric Van Tietz, Amanda Tietz, Erica 171, 265, 271, 275, 289 Tikunov, Vladimir Ting, Jonathan 265, 268, 270 Ting, Yu-Sam 171, 262, 266, 375 Tio, Ira 171, 264, 266 Tio, Iva 171 Tiong-Smith, Christian 268 Tirona, Kealani 271 Tjandra, Jason Tjhung, Kevin 171, 264 Tjiptodihardjo, Alexander Tjogas, Mackenzie 261, 274 Tjong, Matthew 171, 266 Toastmasters 276 Toche, Tahirih Todd, Shelby G Todorov, Clementine 171 Tolles, Jack Tolliver, Moriah 267, 275 Toma, David Toma, Michael Tomas, Domingo Tombari, Spencer 260, 274 Tomlinson, Alyssa 171, 265 Tompkins, Morgan 171, 250, 265 Tongol, Charisse Toole, Timothy 98, 260 Toor, Mehar Topacio, Talyssa Topper, Alexander Torgerson, Elizabeth Tormey, Shannon G Torres, Ivan Torres, Jessica Torres, Justin Kyle 264 Torres, Lauren Torres, Michael

Torres, Pilar 220, 223 Torres, Priscilla 171, 260, 276 Torres, Sarah Tovalin, Kelly Tower Yearbook 277 Towler, Carmen 260, 262 Towns, Brendan 261 Townsend, Elizabeth 171 Townsend, Kirby G Toy, Rebecca 37, 171, 266, 271, 313 Trachtenberg, Olivia Track, Men's 58, 240 Track, Women's 56, 58, 241 Tracy, Natalie 259 Trafton, Anne 266 Trahan, Ian Trainer, Jocelyn 172, 271 Tran, Alexandra 172 Tran, Edward 270 Tran, Justin 262 Tran, Kenny Transue, Hailey 259, 266 G Travis, Tiana Treece, Olivia 260 Trefzger, Catherine 267 Tremble, Paulina Trepany, Victoria 172 Treuhaft, Alexandra Trevino, Cristina 273, 277 Triantafyllos, Evan Tri-Beta 277 Trinh, Hien Trinh, Katie 172, 261 Trinidad, Ian 172 Trinidad, Kyle 264, 268 Trinsey, Joe 215 Trokey, Jacob Trosky, Jade Trott, Megan 269 Trudo, Megan True, Hannah 276 Trump, Donald 17, 43 Truong, Christina Truong, Kelly Truong, Michelle 172 Tsai, Erik 172 Tsao, Ethan Tse, Carleen 259, 271 Tsokolas, Athan Tsukamoto, Shelby Tsukuda, Andrew Tu, Joseph 268, 270 Tuach, Buay 226 Tuan, Monica 172 Tubiolo, Mirra Tufan, Ekin Tumosa, Camila 227 Tun, Angela 105, 262 Tun, Theint Theint Hlaing Turk, Alexander 268 Turkay, Barboros Turner, Stephen 263

Tutu, Munis 226 Twiford, Olivia 260, 266, 268 Twilling, Aria Tyagi, Anushka 265, 272 Tykeson, Madeline 172 Tyrnauer, Emma 220

Uu

Uba, Renee U G Udom, Jordan 259, 270 Uen, Aimee 191 Ugalde, Mariana 117, 172, 264, 272 Uhl, Cooper 233 Ujkic, Victor 172, 261 Ujlaki, Stephen 103 Ulery, Lynda Ullmann, Maria 276 Umana, Byron 267 Ungaro, Taryn 182, 267 Ung, Lauren 259 Unity March 48, 182 University Relations 367 Unjoto, Devina 172, 266 Uno, Melanie 259, 263 Unsal, Emir Urban, Ryan 172, 268 Urgo, Katelin 260 Uribe, Jeanine Uribe, Kayla 172 Urundul, Emirsedat Usman, Hans Utomo, Brandon Utz, Patrick 268 Uy, Ronald

Vv

Vafadari, Nika 277 Vais, Rachel 263 Valazquez, Alexander 268 Valdepenas, Laura 271 Valdes, Elizabeth 259, 267 Valdes, Raegen 263 Valdez, Derrick Valdez, Nathan Valdez, Pauline 262, 263 Valdry, Zachary 263 Valencia, David 274 Valencia, Emilio Valentine, Darlin 172, 263 Valentine, Laura Valenzuela, Anthony 172 Valenzuela, Jose 172 Valenzuela, Nubia Valenzuela, Oscar 266 Valenzuela, Sandie 260, 262, 265 Vallejo, Kevin Van Bruggen, Jasmijn Van 172, 263, 271 Van Dyke, John 270 Van Norden, Evelina Van Soest, Perry Van Ysseldyk, Zachary VanDenburg, Paige 263

Vander Lans, Ashley VanDermyden, Tori 239 Vanderwey, Angela Vanier, Jolie VanLangevelde, Josephine 172, 263 Vannett, Jennifer Vanstrum, Nicholas Van Norden, Evelina 267 Vargas, Jazmin Vargas-Thome, Alexandra Vari, Julia 239 Varma, Tristan 267 Varney, Lindsay 198, 268 Varshneya, Anindita 172, 253, 268, 269 Vartanian, Allen Vasiliauskas, Vejas Vasilyev, Sergey Vasquez, Alejandra 264, 266, 273, 274 Vasquez, Angel 270, 274 Vasquez, Carlo 172, 276 Vasquez, Chelsea Vasquez, Juan 260 Vassallo, Mikala 263 Vassallo, Timothy 276 Vaughn, Jade Vazquez, Adrian Vazquez, Angel 49, 46, 267 Vazquez, Daniel Vazquez, Juan 273 Ved, Jay-Donavin Vedova, Diana 172 Vedwa, Manvi Vees, Emily Vega, Paul Velasco, AndrĂŠe 180, 226, 275 Velasco, Bianca 226, 181 Velasquez, Alyna Velasquez, Jaimie 172 Velasquez, Michael 173 Velazco, Diego Velazquez, Alexander Velez, Joseph Veliz, Sarah Vellozzi, Joshua Veloz, Torrey 173, 265, 345 Venetos, Alexander 173, 259 Ventigan, Nicholas 273 Ventura, Carla Ventura, Mikaela 277, 367 Ventura, Roberto 266, 267 Veral, Ural Verbiest, Ryan Verdin, Alexander Verdugo, Jacqueline 214 Verdun, Paige 173 Verduzco, Sabrina 261 Verke, Noah 173, 266 Vermillion, Sarah Vernon-Moore, Avery Vescio, Karina 277 Victoria, Nikolas 82, 84, 173, 271, 300

Victorino, Lesley 173, 277 Vidaurri, Rosalio Vieira, Naomi 271 Vielma, Deyanira 173 Vien, Christian 273 Vientos, Brandon 221 Vierra, Emelia 271 Vieweg, Emilie 173, 271 Villa, Daniella 268 Villa, Scarlett Vilanova, Hana 214 Villagomez, Javier 173 Villagomez, Luis Villalobos, Johanna 261 Villalobos, Joshua 265, 289 Villalobos, Kevin 266 Villanueva, Delon 95, 173, 263, 268 Villar, Justin 173, 267 Villarosa, Salve 260 Viloria, Lauren 173 Vinca, Jensen 263, 270 Vincent, Quinton 173 Vinokurov, Anton 268 Vior-Quintanilla, Ileana 109, 173, 269 Vitacco, Cassandra 88, 269, 272 Vitale, Zoe Vitalich, Victoria 259 Vitta, Jake 273 Vitta, Timothy Vivar, Jimmy 272 Vo, Ashley 192 Voboril, Jerrad Vogel, Molly 263 Vogel, Sumner 173 Volleyball, Women's 79, 218, 219 Vollucci, Angelina 173 Volpacchio, Maya 268 Volpicelli, Mikaela Vongvanij, Vichida 173, 259, 264, 265 Vorgitch, Madelyn 57, 221, 238 Vosper, Ryan 269 Voss, Brenden 173 V G Voting with a Conscience 10 Vries, Timothy De Vu, Fr. Paul 75 Vu, Vivian Vyogov, Nikita 261 Vysel, Amanda Rae 276

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Wackerman, Mallory 263, 269 Wada, Aira 261 Wada, Eleanor 265 Waddy, Charity 274 Wade, Kristi 191 Waggoner, John 173, 261 Wagner, Kristen 271 Wagner, Robert 273 Wagoner, Acacia Wagoner, Skye

Waite, Natalie 271 Waje, Christian L G Walbridge, Cameron Waldow, Samuel Walin, Haley 264 Walker, Carmen 274 Walker, Jordan Walker, Kalia 173 Walker, Kamryn 239 Walker, Katherine Walker, Nolan Jacobs 263, 272 Walker, Richard 273 Walker, Zachary 173, 273 Wallace, Amanda 23 Wallace, Cheyanne 226, 229 Wallace, Haley 170, 174 Wallace, Lexis 263 Wallace, Mandy 263 Wallace, Paul 174 Walla, Cheryll 174 Wall, Daniel 174, 261 Walley, Brittan 220 Wallis, Elissa 268 Walsh, Austin Walsh, Cameron Walsh, Kathryn 174, 59, 265, 289 Walsworth Publishing Company 367 Walters, Alexa 174, 268 Walters, Samuel 273 Walton, Alex Walton, Jennifer 174, 263 Walton, Kaisara 95, 260, 261 Wang, Albus 268 Wang, Alexander 174, 267 Wang, Alicia Wang, Di 174 Wang, Jason 263 Wang, Jizhong Wang, Yue 279 Wang, Zhengsheng Wanket, Samantha Want, Hannah 271 Ward, Craig Ward, Darren 109, 174, 261 Ward, Jacob Ward, Randy 233 Ward, William Wardlaw, Arabella 259 Warlick, Berkley Warnecke, Janet Warner, Blair Warque, Ann Frances 272 Warrington, Cody 174, 239, 260 Washington, Hannah 275 Washington, Kapri 274 Washington, Laina Washington, Lindsey 174 Washington, Timothy Wasserkrug, Pierce Waterpolo, Men's 5, 7, 67, 214, 216 Waterpolo, Women's 101, 214,

217 Waters, Kristina 174, 263, 282 Waterstone, Michael 191 Watkins, Jackson 268, 272 Watkins, Max Watkins, Page 174 Watson, Angelina 277 Waugh, Davis 214 Waxman, Derek Wear, Deanna Weatherall, Maureen 190 Weaver, Alexandra Weaver, Jelani Weaver, Tess 174 Webb, Amber 274 Webb, Henry Webb, Joanne Webb, Myles 109 Webber, Lilly Weber, Amy 268, 274, 276 Wechsler, Jennifer Wedell, Jordyn Wee, Victoria 174 Weed, Brynne Wehrle, Cameron Wei, Bert 263 Wei, Bolun Weil, Jack 264 Weiler, Erika Weinberg, Emma Weinreich, Nathan Weir, Lauren 271 Weisblatt, Alyssa 268 Weisbloom, Justin 174, 267 Weiss, Alyx Weiss, Catherine 174, 257, 261, 268 Weiss, Samuel Weisz, Alex 174 Weisz, Diana 174 Weisz, Rachael Weitz, Channing Weitz, Jakob Weiz, Ray 260 Welch, Matthew 174, 273 Weller, Lian Wellins, Andrea 174, 233, 321 Wellness Educators 277 Wells, Braden 267 Wells, Nicolas 221, 238 Welton, Jace Wermers, Sarah 259 Wess, Cheyanne Wesseln, Lauren 174, 263, 265, 272 Wesslander, Angelica 259, 264 West, Elias West, Michael Westendorf, Maclaine 259, 272 Westerber, Kyra 268 Western, Lindsay 265, 269 Westover, Evelyn 259 Weyland, Hanna Wez, Xuan 259 Whalen, Cora 174, 263

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Wheeler, Cameron Wheelon, Haley 263 White, Carlos White, Daythun 175, 261 G White, Jennifer 264 White, Lauren White, Meghan 272 White, Sydney Whitford, Ke Kai Malu 'O Kalani 215 Whitley, Emma 276 Whitmore, Marisa Whitney, Bronson Whitworth, Ralph Wiard, Megan 264 Wiberg, Alexander Wibowo, Ariel Wickler, Kaitlyn Widjaja, Illona Widjojo, Aga 273 Widjojo, Conchita 175, 263, 265 Widjojo, Coxinga Widman, John Luke 273 Wieber, Natalie 274 Wiedenman, Ian 175, 268, 321 Wiederin, Makaela 274 Wiegel, Madeline 260, 271, 274 G Wiggins Harrison, Parker Wiggins, Justin Wijaya, Erland Wijaya, Melissa 175 Wikholm, Colin 175, 261, 262 C Wilcots, Skylar Wilcox, James 273 Wilcox, Kees Wileman, Jacqueline Wilhelm, Caroline 191 Wilhelm-Hart, Sasha Wilkie, Natalie 265, 268 Wilkins, Morgan 175, 271 Williams, Alyssa 175, 263 Williams, Christopher 175, 261 Williams, Dominique Williams, Dylan Williams, Elijah Williams, Erin 215, 219, 261 Williams, India Williams, Isabella 167, 175, 263 Williams, Jack Williams, Jordan Williams, Joshua Williams, Keelan 276 Williams, Logan Williams, Mariah 263 Williams, Matthew 276 Williams, Maxwell Williams, Maya 175 Williams, Mitsuyo Williams, Monica 266 Williams, Natalie 175, 323 Williams, Parker 268

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Williams, Quinn Williams, Savannah Williams, Shane Williams, Vanessa 270 Williams, Zach 268 Williamson, Matthew 269 Willis, Andrew G Willis, Isabel 232, 261 Willis, Maya Willis, Tristan 261 Willover, Hannah Willover, Leah 262 Willrich, Mason Wills, Christopher Wills, Danielle 259 Wilmore, John Wilmoth, Shannon Wilson, Aaliyah Wilson, Billy 233, 261 Wilson, Carter Wilson, Chloe Wilson, Crystal 264 Wilson, Herbert 175, 327 Wilson, Kathryn 267 Wilson, Katie 175, 263 Wilson, Kesterlyn 270 Wilson, Kymm Wilson, Latierre Wilton, Megan 175, 269 Win Htein, Cho Win Htein, Chu Win Mya, Thant Winton, Annie 277 Wirawan, Enrico 175, 259, 264 Wirick, Emily Wiser, Zachary Witman, Ford 214 Witmore, Marisa 269 Witono, Jessica Witter, Alexandra 259, 276 Witt, Kyle 214 Wohlenberg, Hannah 57, 221, 238, 277, 367 Wojcik, Helena Woker, Harker 262 Woker, Harper 155, 175, 277 Wolf, Alison Wolfe, Lydia Lopez 273 Wolfert, Jacob Wolverton, Chloe Wong, Aaron 262, 264, 265, 270, 273 Wong, Alexis 176, 259 Wong, Aron 261 Wong, Calvin 263 Wong, Cameron 262 Wong, Corinne Wong, Emma 31, 176, 265 Wong, Erin 259 Wong, Harrison 273 Wong, Jason

Wong, Kelli 259, 265, 270, 271 Wong, Matthew Wai Heng Wong, Michael 191 Wong, Natalie Wong, Ruby 108, 260, 269 Wong, Stephanie 176, 211, 259, 262 Wong, Trevor 265 Wong, William Daniel Wong, Xian 162, 176, 264, 276 Wong, Yi Ning 271 Wongserbchart, Wongthipa Woo, Rhea Wood, Evan 176 Wood, Robert 264 Woodard, Cameron 276 Woodbury, Jennifer 267 Wooden, Tessa Woodhead, Kenneth Woodlee, Jake 269, 273 Woods, Jordan Woodward, Hayley 176, 263 Woolsey, Briana 259 Workneh, Helah Worku, Dianne Wright, Chandler 271 Wright, Claire 101, 214 Wright, Ian Wright, Jailen Wright, Katherine 269 Wright, Kathryn Wright, Madison 221, 225, 259 Wright, Xaida 268, 269, 270 Wroblewski, Judith Wroblewski, Simon Wu, Andrew 66 Wu, Audrey Wymetalek, Jacob 264, 269, 273 Wynn, Emma 268, 276 Wynter, Andrea

Xx

Xia, Stanley Xia, Tianxuan Xiao, Jonathan 265 Xie, Alex Xie, Amy 176 Xu, Jingru 176 Xu, Yijing 176

Yy Yadanar, Hnin Yada, Taylor 176, 266 Yager, Anna 263, 277 Yahyavi, Callie 260, 268 Yair, Maya Ben 123 Yalcin, Karina 176 Yaley, Solia 176, 265 Yallaly, Shayna 263, 277 Yamada, Jessica Yamaguchi, Mondo 176 Yamamoto, Kenji Yamamoto, Mei Yamanishi, Candace 176 Yan, Dongyang

Yanaga, Liberty Yang, Jiayi Yang, Luyu 259 Yang, Man Yang, Michael Yang, Michelle Yang, Samantha Yang, Stephany 259 Yan-Ling, Amanda Ang Yano, Shayne Yao, Yibin Yarborough, Bryana Yarnell, Michaella 176 Yasar, Makeen 261, 270 Yasar, Mustafa Yashar, Ashley 275 Yasko, Sarah Yasmeh, Yaniv 176 Yates, Chris 70, 75 Yaury, Joshua Yazlyan, Mary 176 Ybarra, Shianne 233 Yearwood, Cassandra 106, 176, 261, 270 Yee, Carissa 221, 267 Yee, Emma 263 Yee, Kaitlyn 265, 270 Yee, Tori 232, 275 Yee, Victoria 263 Yeh, Chun-Hao Brian Yen, James 177, 320 Yeo, Alexander Yepiz, Veronica 265, 269 Yepremian, Alik 260 Yerman, Savannah Yerushalmi, Deborah 264 Yi, Calvin 167, 177 Yi, Christina 261, 274 Yi, Julia 177 Yi, Saehwa Yip, Andre 270 Yip, Fah Zhong James 261 Yip, Samantha 267 Ynzunza, Ryan 177 Yoannon, Anna 177 Yocham, Marissa 177, 261, 272 Yohan, Joshua 177 Yonamine, Marissa 265, 270, 271, 272 Yoo, Caleb Yoon, Theresa 260, 262 York, Andrew 263, 267 Yoshinaga, Anthony You, Hyung Jun Young, David Young, Emma Young, Joseph 177 Young, Lillian 260 Young, Troy 177, 259, 270, 271 Young-Harry, Cameronn 261 Youngkin Ph.D, Molly 194 Yrene, Michael Yuan, Meng Yu, Erin 177 Yu, Jiaxing

Yu, Tao Yue, Ingrid Yurcisin, Marlis 177, 261 Yustiarti, Nina

Zz

Zadeh, Amina 177 Z Zafman, Zoe Zahm, Talia 177 Zaidan, Sarah 177 Zainal, Zaina Zakerani, Bianca Zaman, Siraj 261 Zambrano, David Zamora, Alexandra 273 Zanobini, Julianne 214 Zaorski, Adam Zapata Acosta, Alejandro 264, 268, 272 Zarabi, David Zarb, Jason 221, 238 Zare, Armaan 269 Zarekari, Mateen 260, 268 Zarnikian, Ariel 275 Zarrabian, Cyrus Zarroug, Tasneem 274 Zarrow, Carly 264 Zarubin, Troy 267 Zavala-Zimmerer, Vanessa Zebeljan, Cristina 274 Zech, Emily 267 Zeger, Malcolm 259 Zeidman, Laura Zein-Phillipson, Leila Zelealem, Manna Zenker, Carly 259, 265 Zenker, Isabella Zepeda, Micaela Zermeno, Heather 177, 261 Zermeno, Jakob 260, 262 Zervoulakos, Lei Raiza 151, 177 Z G 267, 289, 324 Zhan, Snow 265 Zhang, Huayang 177, 239, 266, 273 Zhang, Michael 275 Zhang, Qini Zhang, Shuyue Zhao, Jingnan Zhao, Yiming Zheng, Nanyan Zheng, Shaojie Zheng, Yazhi Zheng, Zhiyin 177 Zhou, Yiming Zhou, Yi Ming 265 Zhou, Yuxin Zhu, Enyi Zhu, Shanshan 259 Zhu, Shaofeng Zhu, Weichen 259 Zhuo, Clifton 177 Zigan, Kyle 268, 273

Ziker, Alika 239 Zimmerman, Abigail 271 Zimmerman, Nicole 177 Zink, Trevor 261 Zluticky, Audrey Zollars, Paige Zuccolotto, Sydney 177, 220 Zukerman, Austin 177 Zysman, Rabbi Zachary 264, 265

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making the TOWER The thirty-fourth volume of the The Tower was printed by Walsworth Publishing Company, 306 N. Kansas Avenue, Marceline, Missouri, 64658. Its three hundred and seventy-eight pages were submitted electronically as PDFs. Pagination was completed on four Macintosh Intel iMac computers using Microsoft Word 2008, Adobe Lightroom CC 2015, Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 and Adobe InDesign CC 2015. Copy for the yearbook was written and edited by The Tower staff and supplemented by articles from the Los Angeles Loyolan. Interviews were edited for length and clarity. Throughout the book, type was set in Brown TT, Freight Big Pro, Big John, Kirvy, Modeka, Lombok and NOOA. Images were taken using a Canon 5D Mark III, Canon T1i, a Canon XSi, a Nikon D70, a Nikon J1 and a Nikon D60 digital camera. Some images that appear were submitted by students, faculty and school organizations. Senior portraits were taken by Lauren Studios. The Tower was printed for all full-time undergraduate students at Loyola Marymount University. The book was distributed on campus and each full-time undergraduate student was assessed a yearbook fee of $40. Inquires about any aspect of this book may be directed to: THE TOWER ONE LMU DRIVE, STUDENT MEDIA CENTER LOS ANGELES, CA 90045 (310) 338-5145

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SPIRIT Kristi Mikami (Sociology, ‘19) performs with LMU’s cheer squad to pump up the crowd at the annual Madness. WORDS E. HUBERT / PHOTO A. LIOR

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KARINA FABREGAS / HUMANITIES ‘19

“As an international student, I was nervous about making friends away from home and going to a university where I knew no one, but what’s really special about LMU is that there are so many communities that anyone can be a part of.”

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JORDAN MCLENNAN / STUDIO ARTS ‘19

“Being just outside the heart of L.A. means there’s always something new and exciting going on but if you ever need a break from it all, there are some pretty incredible places to put your feet up.”

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RELAX Photographer Jordan McLennan relaxes on a hammock overlooking the beauty of Los Angeles. WORDS E. HUBERT / PHOTO J. M CLENNAN

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BREATHTAKING The sun sets over the pier after a long fall day at Manhattan Beach. WORDS E. HUBERT / PHOTO C. PINTOR

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SAM TING / BIOLOGY ‘17

“The one thing I will always remember about LMU is how supportive and extraordinary everyone that I’ve had the honor to meet is. So many amazing people have pushed me to my limits and backed me 100 percent in all of the passions I’ve wanted to pursue.”

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ROAR LMU cultivates a collaborative community of individuals dedicated to service, justice and inclusivity. WORDS E. HUBERT / PHOTO A. LIOR

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JAMES PENNER / FINANCE ‘19

“What sets LMU apart from other schools is both the community and the individuals. The Ignatian values are actively displayed through every student’s involvement on- and off-campus along with their genuine, kind actions.”

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AND SO, OUR FRAGMENTS FUSE.

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SPRING2017 T H E TO W E R / LOYO L A M A RY M O U N T U N I V E R S I T Y


SPRING2017 LIONS CONTINUE A YEAR F O C U S E D O N D I V E R S I T Y, SOCIAL JUSTICE AND E Q U A L I T Y.

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RILEY ELMES RECO GNIZED ON ALL-WCC MEN’S GOLF FIRST TE AM


ANNUAL IGGY AWARDS STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YE AR Jac ie ohnson onnor ohnson

as et all occer

NEWCOMER OF THE YE AR Jac ie ohnson onnor ohnson

as et all occer

MUSCLE MILK SP ORTS PERFORMANCE IGGYS ana c uah- sare aterpolo pencer rdman ase all eams olle all ase all

COMMUNIT Y SERVICE AWARD HONOREES ri n ell ohn ovill indsa arr ill arle teven ane ric ernande amuel ohnston amantha ordan ia orgensen addie ip owit ndrea ontes de ca ailee ora alia urph auren wens ame mart sa el illis

Women’s Basketball

Riley Elmes / M. Golf

ATHLETE OF THE YE AR Jac ie ohnson as et all or ott ase all

FRESHMAN OF THE YE AR avannah latter le thimaritis

olle all aterpolo

MOST IMPROVED OF THE YE AR addie edved renton rriaga

occer ase all

PRIDE AWARD HONOREES renton rriaga le andria auer ed oe e u e ohuslav annah alton hil aul eld roo e hristenson ustin lar illian awle ouisa del alle ar otseth le o ier pencer rdman le inie e i re etr erman ac ie ohnson amara ovanovic radle rit er ophie e san lvaro adrigal atie anle indse atoi risti i ami oe urra auren wens ri wenson la e edman ess eid rma anche randon hearer a rina e ou egan horp randon ientos


CORY ABBOTT / SOCIOLOGY ‘18

his one elt different ecause didn t now at that point in time that was throwing a per ect game was completel unaware

PERFECTION!

Cory Abbott has had success at all levels of

Cloud Nine, on the other it more feels like a sense

also a finalist for several other national awards,

baseball in his career, but never before had he

of disbelief. You have that moment of, ‘I just threw

including National Pitcher of the Year Award

been perfect on the mound.

a perfect game, I can’t believe it.’”

presented by the College Baseball Foundation.

That changed last March when the junior

Abbott had never thrown a perfect game or a

The native of San Diego went 11-2 with a 1.74 ERA

pitcher tossed the first perfect game in LMU and

no-hitter at any level of baseball, despite coming

over 15 starts this year, guiding LMU to its first

West Coast Conference history, defeating BYU by

close a few times during his middle school and

WCC Championship since 2000.

a score of 2-0.

high school careers. When he was younger,

Abbott’s stellar season ranks amongst the

Abbott said he was aware of his performances.

best in LMU history, as he turned in the lowest

This time around, Abbott claims he had no idea;

opponent batting average (.173) and most

PERFECT GAME I CAN’T BELIEVE IT

he was just throwing. “This one felt different, because I didn’t know at that point in time that I was throwing a perfect

The perfect game is one of the most elusive

game,” said Abbott. “I was completely unaware.”

strikeouts-per-nine innings (11.90), second-best ERA (1.74), second-most shutouts (2), fourth-most strikeouts (130), and seventh-most wins (11).

Abbott was selected by the Chicago Cubs

feats in all of sports, and is certainly the greatest

Abbott, the West Coast Conference Pitcher of

in the second round of the Major League

single-game feat a pitcher can manage. Since 1957,

the Year and a first team All-American according

Baseball Draft, the highest LMU pick since

just 25 players before Abbott had thrown a perfect

to Collegiate Baseball, was one of three Lions

game at the Division I level.

named to the All-WCC first team along with

2000.

“It’s hard to describe what it feels like,” said

Phil Caulfield and Jamey Smart. Abbott, the first

Abbott. “On one hand you feel like you’re on

WCC Pitcher of the Year at LMU since 2004, is

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MEN’S BA SEBALL ed unior pitcher or ott s historic season on the mound the men s ase all team had one o its est seasons in recent memor nishing tied or rst in the est oast on erence with a - mar in con erence pla

WOMEN’S TR ACK enior anielle hanahan ecame the th ion in histor to uali or the utdoor rac and ield hampionships where she nished th in the meters and earned second team ll- merican honors

BE ACH VOLLE YBALL s top each volle all pair o unior arah poncil and reshman avannah latter too home two o the con erence s top honors with poncil na ing la er o the ear and latter ta ing home reshman o the ear he pair reached the uarter nal o the ollegiate each hampionships

MEN’S GOLF ile lmes was named to the men s gol rst team a ter leading the ions in the hampionships with his ourth-place overall nish he sophomore ecame s th selection to the ll- on erence team

WOMEN’S SOF TBALL enior roo e hristensen was honored on the llirst eam hristensen had a atting avergage total hits and slugging percentage n league pla the out elder led the team with a atting average

WOMEN’S WATERP OLO he team too third place in the olden oast on erence tournament scoring o the third-place game s nal goals to de eat anta lara -

MEN’S TENNIS enior u e ohuslav was named to the ll- cademic eam his second straight season eing named to the team long with an rown ohuslav controlled the um er dou les court going - as a pair rom that position

WOMEN’S TENNIS he team s wins was the most since as nna ome a was named to the ll- cademic eam ome a and io han nderson earned ou les eam o the ee on two separate occasions during the season

WOMEN’S ROWING lara rac ill and im hntholt were named to the cademic rst team

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UNIVER SIT Y SCHOL AR OF THE YE AR aniella

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VALEDICTORIAN ar a ugusta

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IGNATIAN AWARD itchell raun

MARIAN AWARD ar

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COLLEGE & SCHO OL SCHOL ARS itchell raun auricio ernande onathan ee so a i mil oore assandra ic les aniella s ina riana e ero ac en ie nne ailu

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PRO GR AM SCHOL AR S ultan awwa l- hodari rigitte eilani elrode hristopher acchetti ealanie aldwin van ouis ornemann hristopher oue itchell raun ophia ouisa ru a hristine ictoria ustillos enine o um a ori i eronimo hristopher ames ranco arl arie arster ate harlotte ot redson anessa arguerite a good le andra arie ec arc lan epps ndres a o ernande auricio ernande risten arie orstmann ena unt ndre usada achel na u u onathan ee so a i atherine race ohnson

ACADEMIC CITATIONS

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PRESIDENTIAL CITATIONS hristopher acchetti itchell raun ustavo astillo r hase ideo uga le is ashan all ell arie unter ndre usada atherine race ohnson e ra ose a ir e isa a llison a riella eggett le ander ames apior nna ierra ason assandra ic les dward um- hiu oo a h ra ese olen ar atherine orth etar vonimir epar l son eather ess aniella s ina mil ose imso shleigh ora lare it er effre cott al er atalie li a eth illiams


STUDENT SERVICE & LEADERSHIP AWARDS STUDENT LE ADERSHIP MALE STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR onnor ohnson

FEMALE STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR ac ie ohnson

STUDENT EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR achel

livia ara

AMBASSADOR OF THE YEAR uhanad

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FRATERNITY MAN OF THE YEAR aniel uare

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SORORITY WOMAN OF THE YEAR egan

lendinning

GREEK SCHOLAR OF THE YEAR e ecca remer

STUDENT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR adio ontrolled lu

ADVISOR OF THE YEAR mir

ussain

uslim tudent ssociation

UNIVERSITY PROGRAM OF THE YEAR mergenc

edical ervices

PEG D OL AN, R.S.H.M. AWARD saac ardenas a lon a dam reger riana rti

le andra as ue o erto entura m er e

RENEE L. HARR ANGUE, PH.D AWARD ar dams ed resham teven ohnson iles ent nton ahirle

anielle une anico idlaoan athleen orter renda uintanilla aisara alton

ALFRED KILP, S.J. AWARD ariana li a elissa edillo ill arle aria ose ome acundo on ale - cardi a ampton

a ea ose atthew arsons essica ere hristopher e noso elphert mith a den ana e

R AYMUNDE M C K AY, R.S.H.M. AWARD annah alton ustavo astillo imm respin ntonio e oera- rust estin aster le andra arcia teven ane ell unter arrison usting oshua uroda arina armole o

ali c uire ar atherine orth auren egan nthon asso mil imso egan mith hase peicher effre al er arren ard atherine eiss

JAMES LOUGHR AN, S.J. AWARD ric

ernande

D ONALD P. MERRIFIELD, S.J. AWARD a da

edhanie

THE MAGIS AWARD ntercultural acilitator rogram

ROBERT GR AHAM, S.J. AWARD a h ra olen la e evin w er

OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD r rene

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ANNUAL LMU EXP AWARDS CENTER FOR SERVICE & ACTION IGNATIAN SERVICE CORPS avier

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ARÊTE AWARDS more lvarenga arrison usting a h ra olen atie orth acl n oss

CLUB SP ORTS FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR aven

dian

MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR oseph ovetto

TEAM GPA OF THE YEAR omen s olle

all

LION LEADERSHIP AWARD eather owell

CLUB OFFICER OF THE YEAR assandra ope

CLUB SPORT OF THE YEAR omen s olle

all

STUDENT MEDIA OUTSTANDING NEWCOMER a den egalado

OUTSTANDING VISIONARY ean rennan

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT ali

c uire

SPIRIT AWARD anine eano

REGISTERED STUDENT ORGANIZ ATIONS INTEGRATE MIND, BODY & SOUL PILLAR unning lu

COMMIT TO SERVICE & JUSTICE PILLAR pecial

l mpics lu

BECOME A GLOBAL CITIZEN PILLAR sang ansa

PRACTICE IGNATIAN VALUES PILLAR ree

ight

LIVE A LIFE OF PURPOSE ions or

ealing

SORORIT Y & FR ATERNIT Y HEART OF A LION AWARDS le lar iana ums atric offman arina armale o atie orter hris e noso

Javier Navarro ‘17, Tom King, Christina Jeffords & Eric Rios ‘17

Joseph Rovetto ‘19 & Raamen Bass

Karen Maala ‘17


Lorena Chavez, Harrison Husting ‘17, Jaclyn Ross ‘17, Katie North ‘17, LaShyra Nolen ‘17, Amore Alvarenga ‘17 & Jazmin Sanchez

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INTERNATIONAL GRADUATION

LAVENDER

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JEWISH SENIOR BLESSING

DIA DE RECONOCIMIENTO


BACCALAUREATEmass GO FORTH UNAFRAID

TRUST

On Friday May 5, seniors flooded into Gersten Pavilion to celebrate their last mass as LMU students. Father Paul Vu’s homily reflected on the Gospel of Matthew, when the disciples feared and doubted Jesus. “Every act of trust carries with it a sliver of fear. That is the fear of the unknown,” he said. “Trust can be costly but I believe that it is worth betting on.” Father Vu encouraged the class of 2017 to find good in all things and live purposeful lives. “May you always have the courage to walk upon the water without fear,” he concluded, “trusting that God is with you every step of the way.” WORDS

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COMMENCEMENT2017 GROW UP BUT NEVER STOP DREAMING

EMBARK

May 6 was a date marked on the Class of 2017’s calendars since August 2013. Hundreds of Lions stepped up to receive their degrees, making the countless hours of work all worthwhile. Valedictorian Maria Augusta Diaz presented a heartfelt commencement speech, encouraging the graduating seniors to be like children, who see the world as nothing more than an enormous playground where their wildest dreams could come true—no matter their race, gender, visa status, religion, political ideology or social class. She acknowledged LMU’s diverse and unique campus and challenged her classmates to go on and be great adults without neglecting their inner-child. WORDS

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