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VOL. 35 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY ONE LMU DRIVE LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

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6,257

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Undergraduate students

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2,049

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Bellarmine,

1,172

Seaver,

1,750

Business,

736 550 SFTV,

CFA

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WE ARE DONE WATCHING Reflection on women empowerment.

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AN UNPREDICTABLE FATE DACA & DREAMers.

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SEE THE WORLD Photos from abroad.

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TASTES LIKE HOME Recipes from international students.

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International & national Greek fraternities & sororities

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major &

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minor undergraduate degrees and programs

MIND OVER MATTER Mental health in college.

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KNOW THYSELF Campus leaders talk leadership styles.

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EDUCATING THE WHOLE PERSON Integrating academics in social justice.

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GRADUATING CLASS 2018 Go forth and set the world on fire.

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200,000

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student service hours a year with 250 community organizations

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African-American:

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6.8% Asian: 10.1% Hispanic/Latino: 21.3% White/Non-Hispanic: 44.4% Multi-race: 7.2%

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UNCONDITIONAL LGBTQ+ students embrace faith.

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THE BODY I BEHOLD Perspectives on body positivity.

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EXPRESS: SELF Explorations in poetr y and visual art.

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FRESH. FREAKY. FIERCE. The expressive art of makeup.

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California:

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71%

Out-of-state:

29%

International:

10%

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Division I and varsity sports

NCAA ATHLETES & SERVICE Finding time to ser ve.

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ONE DAY VS. DAY ONE Students dream & achieve.

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DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN ATHLETE A sof tball pitcher’s daily rundown.

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ROAR ON Madness & Lion pride.

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A FOREWORD

from

THE EDITOR IN CHIEF

Facts, figures and statistics might seem to measure and define a time, but they only provide an outline overflowed by distinctly colorful lives. Within these pages, personal testimony reveals the vast intersections we weave across Loyola Marymount University’s campus. Each of our timelines ripple outward to collide and collapse into one another, offering that our collective narrative flows in no single direction. The stream of events this year have brought a rising consciousness of social justice, a deeper understanding of ourselves and our mental health, and a refreshing empowerment of diverse voices. In our effort to pause and capture these ever-changing contours, each of your experiences have left us inspired. Thank you for trusting us with your stories. You are part of the current. — E M I LY H U B E R T

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Jelani Bramble-Manning (Biology ’18), Austin Bruns (Film & TV Production ’19) & Ann Shoen (Studio Arts ’18)

MEANING.MUSIC.MINISTRY “My faith is the most important thing to me and being involved in Campus Ministry at the level I am allows me to easily incorporate this into my schedule.” EMILY VEES / ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ’20

“Campus Ministry allows students to participate in service that might not be available at other schools. Through programs such as Ignacio Companion trips, De Colores and Feed the Hungry, Campus Ministry gives students so many options to explore faith through service, which I think is a huge part of the development of the whole person.” BLAKE KLOCZL / CIVIL ENGINEERING ’19

“Through being a Eucharistic Minister, I am able to dive deeper in my own faith by learning a lot about the Mass, like how much work goes into each one and what each item and color individually means.” ASHLYN ROSE / MARKETING ’20

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Danico Pidlaoan (Computer Science ’19) & Amy Chan (Psychology ’ 20)

ON

J OINING THE MINIS TRY

JAZMIN NAVATO / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

How did you get involved in C ampus Ministr y ?

How has your position impac ted your faith and life?

I knew immediately that I wanted to be

I am more involved with my faith and

involved in Campus Ministry from the

it has drawn me closer to living out my

first day I got to LMU. At Club Fest, I went

desires to love and to serve others. By

straight to the Campus Ministry table

being an active member, I have been

and I spent a lot of time in the office

able to find out what it really means to

during my freshman year. Then I joined

be a Christian and serve.

CLC and my group leader was a campus out that Campus Ministry was hiring, and

Why is C ampus Ministr y impor tant to the L MU experience?

so then I became a student minister, which

Campus Ministry is so accessible for all.

minister. I was interested in this, and found

is a student worker that works in Campus

If people are looking for it, it is there.

Ministry. I have also gone on nearly all

There are so many opportunities such

of the retreats including the first-year

as LGBTQ retreat, groups within Campus

retreat and Kairos.

Ministry, choir, and so many other ways to get involved. Being a part of Campus

How did you become a Eucharistic Minister?

Ministry can play such an important role

I decided to reach out to the liturgy

in students’ lives if they wish.

coordinator and I just signed up. I am an acolyte, which is basically an altar

What is the most rewarding aspec t of your involvement?

server, so I help the priest during Mass.

The community, hands down. Campus

I am also a sacristan, so I help with the

Ministry was my first family here and it

clean-up duties after mass.

continues to grow and nurture me in a

What do you do to prepare for mass?

has helped me to grow while being

There is not much preparation, however

active in my faith challenges me.

SON GS OF PRAISE “My favorite part about being in choir has to do with the people. We are such a tight-knit group—there are not a lot of us so we have gotten to know each other really well. Just seeing ever yone and coming together to sing is the best part.”

I do get really excited. The chapel is where my community is and being able to serve with them makes me really happy and excited to be there.

Campus Ministr y Choir

way that a family would. My community

WORDS V. PAREDES & A. MARTINEZ DESIGN R. PATACSIL | PHOTOS C. PINTOR

KATHY MERKL / MATH & THEOLOGY ’18

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EXPRESS

FAITH & SPIRITUALITY Inspired by religious symbols, history and experiences, students craft pieces to invoke emotions, ask questions and paint a narrative of religion. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & PROVIDED BY LMU STUDENTS DESIGN M. VENTURA

THREE

MARY INGS-MCCAFFREY / INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ’21

At times, we may feel as if our lives are so hectic and that we have no control over what happens in our lives, yet we may have strength and belief in God to always help us bring us back together and down to ear th. OVERTOUN TREES

KAREN WANG / ECONOMICS ’21

Situated in Franklin Count y, Massachusetts, the snow y path leading towards Nor thfield Mount Hermon’s Chapel symbolizes not only a necessar y path of ever yday life, but also one of dedication, acceptance and perseverance. The chapel has always been the center of this amazing school, which attracts students from all corners of the world to gain a well-rounded education. Sunday Mass and Monday meetings at the chapel significantly inf luenced my life for the better, and I hope this piece expresses the similar emotions I felt taking this road.

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MEETING CHRIST IN FAITH & ART

Introducing the exhibition at the William H. Hannon Library’s Department of Archives and Special Collections, curator Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu (professor of Theology) lectures on the importance of religious art and symbols for theological studies and the Catholic university on February 8.

TOR AH (FAR LEF T) ISABEL MADDAHI / LIBERAL STUDIES ’18 There is a famous sculpture on the side of Sinai temple and I decided to paint it. It’s a Torah with hands on it, praying. TWO FACE (TOP) This painting represents how the burning of Jews during World War II led to the establishment of the Jewish state of Israel. LIFE (BOT TOM) Chi means life in Hebrew, and chi means life. The chi is made out of newspaper that I painted over making the shape, the chi is the light in the dark painting, and light is life.

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S Y M B O L S

O F

From honoring the departed to offering hope, a walk across campus is rich with artwork that offers opportunity to pause and reflect. WORDS V. PAREDES & A. SIMON | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS H. BOYD & UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

faith < IN MEMORIAM OF THE DEARLY DEPARTED Among the trees near the chapel is Ad Astra Per Aspera, meaning “through hardships to the stars.” This work honors students who passed away during their time at LMU. Sculptor William Pupa (clinical assistant professor) created this statue as a memorial that celebrates life. MARGARET R. BOVE MEDITATION AND SCULPTURE GARDEN This peaceful resting area, accessible from University Hall’s Marymount Center, features an additional sculpture by Pupa titled The Nine Muses. In Greek Mythology, the Nine Muses were beautiful women who were the goddesses of the inspiration of Science, Literature and the Arts. ^

RI SE Located on the North side of Sacred Heart Chapel, Michael J. Mullen’s Fiat features a mother lifting her baby in offering. This statue is dedicated to the Blessed Mother and all the mothers of students at the University. Mullen’s graceful and dramatic sculpture flows upwards to symbolize the gift of children and a mother’s hope for her offspring to make the world into a more beautiful place.

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SACRED HEART OF JE SU S Sitting above the front doors of the chapel is the beautiful rose window depicting Jesus in a vibrant red shawl with his heart beaming at the center. For the Jesuits, the heart of Christ acts as a reminder for His love and care of all humanity; it spurs them onward in service. <<< IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA St. Ignatius is the founder of the Jesuit order and University’s namesake. He is depicted in a blue garb typical of his order in his time. Beneath him is a thorn-surrounded heart pierced by a sword and a lance which represents The Spiritual Exercises, his celebrated spiritual literary offering. Below is the official seal of the Holy See in Rome. << THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY The window of The Blessed Virgin Mary presents her in blue and white garments that represemt wisdom and purity. Her hands are raised in prayer and the words “Our Lady” with the monogram of “Maria” appear beneath her figure. At the bottom rests the seal of Santa Clara University, a fellow Jesuit institution. < CHRIST THE KING Located in the center window of the chapel’s apse, the colorful glass features a regal depiction of Jesus. St. Ignatius imagined Christ as the universal king, whose mission was the care of all humanity and creation. Christ is draped in the royal purple mantle of wisdom and justice holding the scepter of authority in His right hand and the golden orb of sovereignty in His left. Secured across His chest is a golden stole symbolizing the priestly office of the Redeemer. On His head sits a golden crown representing victory over death and evil. Beneath his feet the words “King of Kings” as well as the Loyola University insignia appear.

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SOKA GAKKAI INTERNATIONAL

Marking a transition from darkness to light, Monish Prakash (Film & TV Production ’19)

ANN SHOEN / STUDIO ARTS ’18

celebrates Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights

“CLC made it so easy to be myself, to express my faith and to share similar values with my LMU community.”

in Malone Student Center on October 20.

JEWISH STUDENT LIFE

Remembering years spent wandering the wilderness, Gabrielle Engerman (Accounting ’20) celebrates Sukkot with JSL on October 4. JULIE EVERAKES / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’20

divine

there are many paths to the

“Being Jewish is a strong part of my identity, so being able to meet other Jewish students and form a bond with them in a place where we are very much the minority is really great.”

Inspired by the University’s all-are-welcome ethos, students thrive in a culturally and religiously diverse environment, openly embracing many traditions. WORDS A. MARTINEZ, V. PAREDES & H. WOHLENBERG DESIGN C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS T. MARKS & C. PINTOR

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“My faith developed in friendship. Through our club meetings I was able to foster deep bonds of friendship with students from LMU and stimulate bonds of trust. It’s so important to find your place on campus where you can be yourself and be able to rely on your friends to support you in your low moments. This is what the Soka Gakkai International really gives me, the support system.”

PRIYANKA GUPTA / MARKETING ’19

PADRE PIO SOCIETY

Engaging with Catholic tradition, Delano Perera (Theology & Philosophy ’18) and Jimmy Vivar (Civil Engineering ’18) pray to the rosary with the Padre Pio Society.

MUSLIM STUDENT LIFE

Facing the Kaaba, Muslim Student Life members participate in a daily prayer.

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O N B E I N G A N A C T I V E M E M B E R O F C LC MATT STEIN / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & PHYSICS ’20 MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK

“At CLC (Christian Life Community), we create really deep families that can come together and talk about anything; what’s bothering them day-to-day or what they believe about God or about life in general. We talk about some really deep stuff, and I love that. It drives me forward every day.”

O N B E I N G A M E M B E R O F V I N TA G E C H U R C H

“Being cultured and incorporating all of your values into what you do every day is super important. Time is kind of a crunch in college and it’s hard to manage, so I want to do the things that I’m passionate about while I am here.” VERONICA NEDEREND / SOCIOLOGY ’19 WOMEN’S BEACH VOLLEYBALL

NCAA athletes &

FAITH

WORDS A. SIMON & M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN A. CLIVE PHOTOS T. MARKS, A. LIOR & C. PETTIT

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O N T H E PAT H O F C AT H O L I C CO N F I R M AT I O N BIANCA VELASCO / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’19 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

“I think it is very important to have these different sides of my life because it helps keep me balanced. Playing a Division I sport at a very high, competitive level can be extremely difficult physically and mentally. I need my faith to keep me grounded and to help me move forward on my path of life.” ANDREE VELASCO / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’19 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

“My faith and my sport are two parts of my life that are integral to who I am. My faith keeps me grounded and allows me to tackle everything that comes my way during my day-to-day activities.”

ON FINDING GOD IN ALL THINGS

“By experiencing different things, through the different people I meet, I’m able to become a more well-rounded person.” MATT CARUNGAY / ECONOMICS ’21 MEN’S GOLF

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IN THE LIFE OF A PER SON OF FAITH HUAIJIN (LINK) SUN / PHYSICS ’21 in conversation with MICHAEL BRANCONIER

It’s not difficult for me to manage. I think for

Hey Link! How was your weekend?

homework, if I focus, like half an hour, that’s

It was good. I just got back from Temple.

definitely no problem to get things done.

That sounds pretty cool. How often do

If I didn’t focus, like if I listened to music or

you normally go?

played video games or went on my phone

I usually leave on Saturday morning and get

while doing homework, that definitely

back Sunday afternoon.

would elongate the time it takes to do

The whole weekend?! When do you have

anything. Also, I think meditation helps me

time for homework??

a lot. I meditate every night for 10 minutes.

I usually do it all before I leave. If not, I do it

It’s kind of abstract, but when you calm your

after, but I typically get to bed by 11.

mind and try to observe and think deeply

That’s impressive! What’s your favorite

about the connection between subjects,

part of going to the temple?

people and ordinary things, you can reach a

I volunteer at the temple. Lots of washing

higher level of understanding. It definitely

dishes, chopping vegetables, guiding

helps me in focusing on what I need to do,

people to temples and wholesome activities

when I need to do it.

because from these things I learn how to

That’s really interesting to think about!

cooperate with people and it’s a way to

I’ll have to try that sometime, I get so

practice. Recently, we've been working

distracted during homework. :/ It sounds

on an event for young adults that has

like you spend a lot of time with your

them come to the temple to practice and

practice. What motivates you?

meditate. I am one of the staff that directs

Through volunteer experiences at the

the event. They already have around 80

temple, I have felt a gradual change for the

people registered, so it’s a big activity.

better. Because we hold many activities,

This gives me a duty—I have to go every

there are a lot of chances to talk with

weekend and go through every detail.

people. Personally, I’m not very outgoing.

Participants stay at the temple for two days,

I’m not the type of person to explain things

eat there, live there and learn there. And

to strangers, but with the activities held at

before that, we have to do advertisements

the temple, I have to. This process breaks

in order to get people to attend. It’s a lot

my self-ego, and I find that to be beneficial.

of work.

That’s really awesome. It sounds like a

Wow! That sounds very time-consuming.

great outlet to have outside of school.

What if you want to go out with friends

Thanks for letting me pick your brain,

that weekend, or need more time for

Link! See you around!

homework? What do you do then?

WORDS M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN R. PATACSIL PHOTOS C. PETTIT

Peace on the bluff.

Time stamp: Jan. 22, 2018 9:47 a.m.

A T Y P I C A L S U N DAY 7 a.m. Wake up and eat breakfast 8 a.m. Arrive at the temple and begin volunteer work in the kitchen serving meals to visitors 11:30 a.m. Eat lunch 12 p.m. Return to work at temple 5 p.m. Arrive back at campus and get dinner 6 p.m. Do homework & relax 10 p.m. Go to bed

See ya Michael. Read.

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GRYPHON CIRCLE “I believe my faith calls me to more than ‘thoughts and prayers’ but to work side by side with marginalized communities with actions that work toward an actual, tangible goal. To be a woman with and for others means to recognize our shared humanity and share the gifts we have in a mutually loving relationship.”

The members of Gryphon Circle pose in their “when you wish upon a star” themed t-shirts. Their retreat took placer in Fall 2017 in Long Beach.

MICAELA PLUMMER / LIBERAL STUDIES ’18

CRE ARE “The bonds I have formed with the children I work with are so real and rewarding, and they push me to live out Ignatian values in my everyday life, as I hope I push them to be the best versions of themselves as well.” ARIANA ALBIAR / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’19

I •N•S•P•I •R•E•D from A

BOVE

Everyone has a different story to tell about why they serve. For many, faith leads their purpose in helping the cause.

CREARE seniors group up for a photo during their Fall Retreat in the Angeles National Forest.

WORDS V. PAREDES, M. BRANCONIER & H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS C. PINTOR & T. MARKS & PROVIDED BY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

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IGNATIANS “Faith informs my service by the way in which I have witnessed the importance of humility in accompaniment. It has translated my core beliefs drawn from my Catholic faith tradition into actions. The dignity of every human person is the center of so much ofthe service that we do within Ignatians, and I believe that is guided by the belief that we aspire to be truly with and for others.” ANN SHOEN / STUDIO ARTS ’18

Ignatians service organization members visit the Angeles National Forest on their Fall Retreat. Breaking into the community, Agapé officially becomes the newest organization at the Service Org Open House on November 28.

AGAPÉ

“Agapé was chill. We did a lot of work together to start it, which aged me by a year or two. God is one of my main homies, so faith is important to me during service. I think God can be found everywhere, especially when showing love to other little homies. Agapé seeks to be intentional which is chill. Faith and spirituality are chill, and we incorporate them without being corny about it.” JAMES KRZYMINSKI / PSYCHOLOGY ’18

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UNCONDITIONAL Students defy the assumption that religious and LGBTQ+ identities can’t coexist. Here they share about how the LMU community has helped them uncompromisingly embody both their faith and their sexual orientation. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN R. PATACSIL | PHOTO A. LIOR

“For the wonder of who I am, I praise you.” —Bernadette Farrell, O God, You Search Me

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“It is my faith that has aided me in my journey of self-discovery and self-love. Without my faith and without people who share my faith, I don’t know if I would be the same person I am today: proud of all of my identities.” JAZMIN NAVATO / COMMUNICATION STUDIES & SOCIOLOGY ’18

COLTON KUGLER / FILM & TV PRODUCTION ’19

“I’ve thought through all the hang ups and difficult questions. I’m aware of the confusion and pushback I receive from both groups and respect it. I’ve crossed that intersection, and in doing so I understand, better than most, that the sometimes tumultuous (but often times beautiful) coexistence and symbiosis of these identities is rare, but is a unique part of what makes me, well…me. It’s taken me years to see that as a beautiful thing. The relationships I built here at school have lifted me up and helped me get through my darkest hours. For a time, LMU felt like my only home—the stronghold I could retreat to if the tides of battle turned. I have found love and support in Campus Ministry, including the Kairos retreat and First Year retreat. My service organization, Ignatians, has not only affirmed me and celebrated my differences, but also challenged me to constantly think outside of myself and broaden my compassion by sharing in my experiences with others. These groups, and the individuals among them, have listened to me and taught me, given me opportunities where others wouldn’t and helped shape me into the young man I am today. Their blend of enlightening intelligence, freely-given grace, bountiful wisdom, open vulnerability and almost ALWAYS humor has left a mark on my life that’s here to stay. Hopefully one day I can be to others what they have been to me.”

THOMAS MATTHEWS / FINANCE ’19

“It was here at LMU that I realized, among many other students, that homosexuality and Christianity could intersect in a beautiful and natural way. The largest takeaway I gained was realizing there is no difference between a gay man of faith and a man of faith. By taking the stigma away from being a gay man of faith, I was able to begin understanding my spiritual relationships better. I no longer felt guilty about wanting to expand my faith, and I was able to talk to people of faith in a way that opened my eyes to so much more. I am so thankful for LMU’s loving and accepting environment that gave me a space to discover myself, and then go forward to find more information.“

A NOTE FROM THE TOW ER EDITOR I A L DIR ECTOR

So many of you were gracious enough to share your narratives with me—to be transparent and lay out your struggles for others to see. For you to offer such vulnerability to someone you do not know—and to the student body as a whole, no less—is not an easy thing to do. I received so many kind words back, thanking The Tower for developing this piece and commending our bravery in doing so, but I cannot reiterate enough that it could not have been done without your fearlessness. So, thank you. Though we could not share every line of every story, please do not stop making yourselves heard. Your voice matters. I hope this and the following story are pages of your yearbook that you can take pride in, just as I have. —H. Wohlenberg

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IN CO L L EG E LGBTQ+ students open up about revealing their sexual identities, how their lives changed after coming out to friends and family, and where they found the support to be confident and comfortable with who they are.

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ZACHARY TAYLOR / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’21 When did you come out?

Where have you found influential

I realized I was gay toward the beginning of

support system(s) at LMU?

my junior year of high school, but I did not

I have a lot of gay friends— something I

actually start coming out to friends until

never had in high school, which has been

the summer before my senior year. Most

great because I have a bunch of people I can

of my friends took it very well, and I never

really connect with. Another unexpected

felt uncomfortable with them. My family

source of support has been my fraternity

is a slightly different story. I came out to

that I recently became a new member

my parents February of last year. It’s very

of. It has been nothing but an awesome

difficult to explain to someone that they

experience. I’ve been extremely open

created an atmosphere that made me feel

about my sexuality from the beginning, as

uncomfortable and unwilling to express my

I didn’t want to have to hide anything. I

sexuality. I still don’t think they understand

am, in my opinion, fairly flamboyant, and

why I waited so long to come out to them.

that has definitely not calmed down at all

What has been your experience since

since joining a fraternity. The guys have

being open about being gay?

been so accepting, and I love it. Before I

My experience has been incredible so far.

joined a fraternity, I had this impression that

I have an amazing group of friends, and I

they were very hyper-masculine and all fit

feel like I’ve really been able to connect

a certain stereotype, but I’ve never been

with the LGBTQ+ community in Los Angeles.

more wrong.

^ CONNECTION Justin Woodfield (Entrepreneurship ’21)

shares a special moment with his boyfriend, Jaice Gardner, at ASLMU’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting.

Basically, I’m living the life that I always wanted to live while closeted.

EXPANDING INCLUSIVITY

MOLLY VOGEL / SCREENWRITING ’18

As society becomes rapidly more accepting and aware

What was the immediate reaction

of the LGBTQ+ community,

I knew I was bi in high school, however,

from others?

words and culture have begun

I could not come out because of the

My sister was with me when I came out

to evolve to be more respectful

environment I was in. I come from

to my parents. She has always been so

of gender and sexual identities.

Tennessee, and I went to a Christian school

protective of me. They were surprisingly

that was totally conservative. One girl in

supportive, and they have accepted me.

LMU offers gender neutral

my school decided to come out, and she

Last summer there was a pride march in

was then expelled. When I got to LMU, I

Tennessee, and my dad came with me.

started working at the LGBTQ Student

My parents know that I can still have a

Services office, and just the fact that a Jesuit

relationship with God.

school like LMU even had an LGBTQ office

What has been your experience since?

and the promotion of support

was mind-blowing to me. It was during my

Now that some time has passed, I realize

services and community groups.

freshman year that I was finally able to come

being bi doesn’t define who I am, it is just

Students, faculty and staff have

out and feel safe enough to do so.

a part of me.

also become accustomed to

When did you come out?

bathrooms, the right to appropriate housing for transidentified individuals, inclusion training for faculty and staff,

inquiring individuals’ preferred pronouns on first acquaintance and respecting their selfWORDS V. PAREDES, H. WOHLENBERG & M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS C. PETTIT & A. LIOR

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w e Are DO N E

w at c h i n g

It’s hard to believe that anyone could’ve gone the whole year in the dark. You had to have seen a headline somewhere. Had to catch a snippet on the radio. Something must’ve caught your eye while tuning into your favorite show every Thursday night. You just simply could not have missed the massive movement that has only just begun.

A REFLECTION ON

E MP OWER MENT

HANNAH WOHLENBERG / ENGLISH ’20

This year could be viewed as one steeped in darkness and negativity. Twelve months covered in horrifying

No, we will not let one man tell us

formerly loved, respected and powerful

what we can and cannot do with

media figures. I felt like every day I was in

our bodies.

dismay over yet-another terrible headline with a new name.

headlines. News so depressing that it can

The film industry was turned upside

make us all want to turn our heads–even

downwith voices of the long-oppressed

Amidst the chaos, statements of

if it means living in ignorance–just to get

finally being heard. Along with the media

solidarity and support were shown at

a break from the reality we live in.

stories that exposed Harvey Weinstein

every major Hollywood event. The Time’s

came a platform for more voices to be

Up movement spread from the Golden

But I’m not going to choose to look at

heard—literally overnight. #MeToo

Globes to the Oscars, on and off the

it this way. Here’s why.

became a way to advocate against

red carpet. Even celebrities who were

longtime abuse and a way for people to

not present at the awards would show

break their silence. Brave individuals

their support on social media, wearing

shared their stories for the world to see

symbolic black—sending a strong

in hope of change.

message to express that those inside the

On January 20, millions gathered in support for women’s rights, some in freezing temperatures. There were incredible turnouts in almost every major

industry want change.

city across the country. People of all

These voices brought more figures to

ages, genders and ethnicities came out

justice. From the face of the Today Show,

The voices didn’t stop with the film

to protest society’s treatment of women

Matt Lauer, to one of NPR’s most revered

industry. After years of inaction, Larry

by politicians, Hollywood powerbrokers,

hosts, Garrison Keillor, it is nothing

Nassar was finally taken to court for

athletic institutions, the media and more.

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gymnast after gymnast take a stand

was a thinly veiled message to her

equals. Those who refuse to let voices

against their former team doctor. Judge

alleged abuser at Sony Music. Kesha’s

go unheard.

Rosemarie Aquilina showed Nassar no

performance was even more compelling

mercy. While he pleaded guilty to seven

with a group of women all dressed

charges of first-degree criminal sexual

in white joining her on stage as the

misconduct in hopes of smothering the

embodiment of the Time’s Up movement.

testaments against him, Judge Aquilina

In the group was a new artist, Camila

listened in revulsion as 156 women came

Cabello, who boldly told the story of her

up to the stand to share their stories.

parents’ immigration from Cuba. These

More than 150 women who had been

women stood so tall, sharing stories that

silenced as little girls were finally heard.

they’re proud of.

While bringing justice to the women silenced, Judge Aquilina also signed

occurred far from the Bluff, the movement is right here. On every level. The things you say. The decisions you make. The condescending slang you correct. How you make someone feel. The words of encouragement. The embrace of support. The signs of empathy. They matter.

occasions to news stories that bring me

They matter because not only is this a

to tears. But within each of these stories

movement, but the upheaval of an entire

there is inspiration—there are heroes

social structure. It is a shift in the way

out there fighting to give a voice to the

everyday people do everyday things—and

voiceless.

it will make a difference.

the year was not President Trump but the

Change has already begun with no sign

So, no, there is no more spectating.

marginalized voices of abuse survivors.

of letting up. These are people taking a

The magazine created a platform

stand and saying that the norms of our

where hotel workers and a strawberry

society that have existed comfortably

Nassar’s death sentence: 175 years in prison on top of the 60 years he was already facing for child pornography charges. Meanwhile, Time Magazine’s person of

SO, NO, THERE IS NO MORE SPECTATING. THERE IS ONLY ACTION.

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Personally, I have woken up on several

While a lot of what happened has

picker got the same

for decades, are not OK. And in this, I

spotlight as Taylor

have hope.

Swift.

There is only action. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN A. CLIVE PHOTOS WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Hope in the students on our campus who

We saw Kesha perform her song

are not afraid to hide their identities.

“Praying” at the Grammys, which

Students that stand with others as

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^ Kesha, Malala Yousafzai, Shonda Rhimes, Shalane Flanagan, Aly Raisman, Viola Davis, Tarana Burke, Halsey and Elizabeth Warren have all played an influential role in the fight against the systematic issues that women face. Whether on the front lines of a legal battle, making a statement in sport, starting a social media movement or using their platform to give voices to the voiceless, each can be looked up to as role models for future generations.

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^ #BOPO Students who triumphed over insecurity celebrate diversity of the human form. “I struggled for many years with thinking I was underweight, not being able to put on muscle and being called things I didn’t like, but I honestly love my body type now,” said Colton Kugler (Film & TV Production ’19). Additional participants included: Andre Martinez (Film & TV Production ’19), Joseph Rink (English ’19), Z. Khalilah Waajid (graduate student), Tiffany Parham (Communication Studies ’19), Nathan Lampl (Theatre Arts ’19), Jamie Kolbrenner (Film & TV Production ’20) and Liberty Yanaga (Animation ’18). WORDS M. BRANCONIER & A. SIMON | DESIGN R. PATACSIL | PHOTOS A. LIOR & C. PETTIT

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“The rising trend of body positivity is great and absolutely necessary in the face of all the pressure to look perfect brought on by magazines and social media outlets. Even knowing women in magazines are being digitally altered, they create a level of exclusion and a feeling of unattainability that targets girls in their most vulnerable stages.” EVAN MCLAIN / UNDECLARED ’21

THE BEAUT Y I BEHOLD They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder right? Well here’s what I behold. I behold brown skin. Browns of all shades, shapes, and features.

“Body positivity is important but it’s really an individual thing. Everyone’s idea of body positivity is different so it’s hard to define it or write articles about it that relate to any whole group. I think the articles may put even more pressure on people to love themselves in a different way than they’d prefer.” MACY MCKEEGAN / SCREENWRITING ’20

I behold smooth honey out in the bright sun And dark cocoa laughing in the night But the beauty of it is, I get to behold everything in between. Caramel Mahogany Cinnamon Amber Cof fee I behold the manes of lions

“Everyone has a different starting and endpoint. There are limitations to what people can look like, and some of these standards make it difficult to accept that. All in all, this is an issue that is widely ignored amongst males, and without the proper sense of self-worth, seeing these types of advertisements and standards may pose a negative threat on the emotional well-being of many individuals.” MICHAEL RINCON / ENGLISH ’19

Untamed af ros sticking out amongst crowds Whether that f ro is made up of big curls Or little kinks I behold switching hips With thick thighs that could save lives I behold f ull lips With no implants or beauty tricks I behold eyes of every kind That tell the stories of souls past and present The stories of strength, complexity, humor, and creativity But best of all about the beauty I behold Is that it also lives inside of me.

“The truth is your flaws build character; they make you who you are.”

A P O E M BY

Paisley Sutton Film & TV P roduction ’ 20

JACKSON DEFREEST / MARKETING ’18

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SLOW TIME ZONES

The Slow Times Zones were created in 2016 for the Bellarmine Forum: The Values of Time, organized

FIR ST THINGS FIR ST: SELF

by Professors Brad Stone JULIANA FERRARO / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

(Philosophy) and Paul Harris

How do you treat your self ?

are places on campus to sit

I like to do things that are relaxing mentally and

in a meditative place of

physically. I really like to paint my nails because

peace. Each Slow Time

it forces me to be calm and take things slow.

Zone offers specific kinds

When my nails are already painted or I’m just not

of activities that are

in the mood, I’ll put super comfy clothes on and

commonly used in meditative

hop in bed and watch Netflix.

or contemplative practice.

(English). Slow Time Zones

Why is self- care impor tant? I think self-care is important for college students because it can get extremely stressful. Between overlapping assignments and fast-approaching due dates, you might lose sight of the importance of taking care of yourself. You need to take care of yourself to perform your best academically.

JAMES PENNER / FINANCE ’19

How do you treat your self ? As stress can pile up with homework and all my extracurriculars, I find that it’s important to take breaks where you do something purely fun. For me, that’s often playing some sort of sport, working out, going to the beach and playing spikeball or surfing. Being out in the water while

KASSANDRA CUELLAR / ENGLISH ’19

How do you treat your self ? I like to go shopping when I’m stressed out; even if it’s just window shopping. I think putting all my energy and focus into something that doesn’t matter so much really helps me forget about stressors that do matter—like school.

surfing give you time to think and reflect on stuff going on while also giving you something fun to do. It’s all about balance and applying yourself fully to whatever it is that you are doing in the moment, whether it is work or fun. That is my key to finding enjoyment and success in everything I do.

Why is self- care impor tant? I think the work load can be extremely unbearable at times and a break is needed to narrow things down and realize it’s not as much as it seems.

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“I have been alarmed to see anxiety, specifically, and stress, generally, increase so much in LMU students and of course in the culture in general. I think that self-care and mindfulness, if viewed skeptically, can seem narcissistic or self-indulgent. But I think of calendars and scheduling and I see students driven towards ‘What do I need to be doing?’ There’s never the space of taking care of oneself and thinking ‘What do I want to be doing?’ or ‘Does this align with the values I have?’ In the Values of Time class and the 2016 Bellarmine Forum, the idea to inquire: “What are your deepest held values and how does that align with how you spend your time?” Right now, I think so many of us pay attention to things that, in retrospect, are really, truly a waste of one’s precious time. Time is the most precious, non-renewable resource we have.”

VALUES OF TIME

PAUL HARRIS / PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH

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HIT S N OOZE

WAKE ME UP, WHEN THE SEMESTER ENDS College students are often swamped

Sciences professor Dr. Hawley Almstedt,

with responsibilities, from homework

research has proven that sleep can cause

“I believe my well-rested self is more

assignments to club meetings to job

disruptions in one’s regular metabolic

productive than if I hadn’t gotten enough

interviews and much more. Sometimes

hormone functions. Additionally, she

sleep,” she said. But it turns out that too

sacrifices need to be made, and often the

says studies show that sleep is one of

much sleep can be counterproductive.

first thing to go is sleep. Yet science has

the biggest factors in determining one’s

Though it may seem counterintuitive,

proven that lack of sleep can drastically

mental health, which is a huge issue

oversleeping can be a real problem.

impact not only day-to-day performance,

on college campuses. According to an

Oversleeping is linked to headaches,

but also have more

article published by Harvard University,

obesity, diabetes, back pain, depression

harmful, long-term

sleep problems may increase the risk of

and heart disease, according to WebMD.

effects. According to

developing mental health issues. Juliana

Additionally, Dr. Almstedt believes

Health and Human

Ferraro (Communication Studies ’20)

that oversleeping can be a sign of

IT TURNS OUT THAT TOO MUCH SLEEP CAN BE COUNTERPRODUCTIVE

believes that sleep is incredibly important.

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depression. She claims that individuals

to be on a proper sleep cycle as opposed

experiment analyzing the benefits of

who do not want to face daily life may

to taking naps. If an individual naps

various nap lengths shows that a short

spend hours in bed attempting to deal

excessively, it can throw off their circadian

nap of 10 minutes or so created the most

with the pain.

rhythm, resulting in difficulties falling

benefits in terms of reduced sleepiness

asleep later that night.

and heightened performance. Ferraro

“I’ve found oversleeping can be almost as problematic as undersleeping,” said Anthony Nisich (Screenwriting ’19).

seems to have this figured out. She says,

org claims that naps don’t necessarily

“I don’t normally nap, but when I do, I try

college

make up for lost sleep, but they can serve

to keep it to a 20-minute power nap.”

tradition—the power nap? According to

as a tool to improve mood, alertness

Dr. Almstedt, it’s much more beneficial

and

What

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A study done by SleepFoundation.

about

the

age-old

performance.

Furthermore,

an

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0

1

11

10

ON AVER AGE, HOW MANY HOURS OF SLEEP DO LMU STUDENTS GET A NIGHT?

2

Results are based off of a survey of 43 students.*

3

9

4

8

7

5

*the average hours of sleep 6

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Kneading out the stressors of life, massage therapists treat students at Relax in the Stacks in William H. Hannon Librar y.

Battling against the tide, Brant Miller (Mechanical Engineering ’18) paints sand art with his Art & Ecology class.

MIND OVER MATTER As many as 18 credits, two jobs, one

academic excellence and a solid career

students see themselves and how they

internship,

plan can create a culture that only values

interact with others.”

one

organization,

a

Greek social

or

service

life—and

yet

overachievers.

While students may think that their

somehow your parents don’t understand

“One of the biggest self-imposed

why you don’t call them every night.

stressors, especially at LMU,” said Kamryn

happiness, excitement and motivation,

For first-year students, there are the

Quackenbush (Liberal Arts Undeclared

there are times when behind those

added stressors of a drastic change in

’20), “is the feeling like we’re not doing

beautiful smiles frozen on an Instagram

environment, changes in daily routine,

enough and then the need to over commit

feed are students struggling to meet the

distance from previously close friends

to feel better about ourselves.”

high expectations of society and tirelessly

and family, all of which can be a recipe for mental and emotional distress.

THE ANTE SEEMS SO HIGH FOR STUDENTS TO BE SUCCESSFUL.

Social media’s impact has been immense, and not always positive.

peers

always

maintain

tranquility,

working to hide the impact of their overloaded schedules.

College, by its very

“I really feel like this generation of

“We have so much stress put on us to

nature, cha llenges

college students has a lot of pressure on

declare a major or get all A’s or apply for this

students physically,

them that didn’t really exist when I was

internship and that,” said Quackenbush,

e mot i ona l l y,

a nd

going to college,” said Dean of Students

“that we’re made to feel bad about times

mentally—testing their endurance both in

Jeanne Ortiz. “[…] the ante seems so

when we honor our need to rest or say no

and out of the classroom. Some feel like it

high for students to be successful. Social

sometimes. We’re all constantly trying to

anything short of maximum involvement,

media has had a significant impact on how

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The

American

College

Health

emotionally […] can spiral down very

the opposite of what you’re feeling,”

Association surveyed 33,512 students

quickly if they don’t have elemental

said Quackenbush.

from 51 postsecondary institutions in

factors in their life that counteract that,”

completely stressed, overwhelmed, or

2016. The results were stunning. The

said Ortiz.

feeling helpless, get away from your

survey found that 87 percent of students reportedly

feeling

SURROUND YOURSELF WITH THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT YOU’RE FEELING

overwhelmed

“I think the most positive changes

surroundings—get away from what is

at

students can make to their mental

causing you that feeling and focus on what

times, 83 percent felt

health is seeking out support,” said

calms you down and is happy to you.”

exhausted, 67 percent

Quackenbush, “whether that is in the form

Students impacted affected by stress

of students reported

of friends, Student Psychological Services

and other mental health issues at LMU

feeling very sad, 62

or outside therapy. Having someone to

are encouraged to practice mindfulness,

percent lonely, 52 percent hopeless and

talk about the anxiety and subsequent

reframing their way of thinking about life.

42 percent angry. “We see students every

stress of college life is always going to be

“Where is your life going well? What are

day that are struggling academically or

beneficial. Asking for help or guidance is

you thankful for? Who’s in your corner,”

personally,” said Ortiz.

exactly what makes you strong not weak.”

asked Ortiz. “When you start listing

While seeking support can be very

those things out you have many more

These stressors can lead to poor academic

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“When you’re so

depression,

helpful, students also find great success

strengths in your corner than you may

and even suicide amongst students. “I

performance,

when making individual changes within

have envisioned.”

think that students who are struggling

their

life.

“Surround

yourself

with

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FIND SUPPORT Student Psychological Ser vices recommends the following apps. eCBTmood ($0.99) Feel Good Tracker (Free) Fluid Monkey (Free) Free Guided Mediations (Free) My MoodTracker (Free) iCBT ($4.99) iCounselor: Anxiety Meditation Timer (Free) T2 Mood Tracker (Free) Mood 24/7 (Free) MoodKit ($4.99) Progressive Muscle & Guided Imagery Relax Completely (Free) Relax & Rest Guided Meditation (Free) Stress Tracker (Free) White Noise Lite (Free)

Students can use the smooth stones in the Displacement Garden, located in the Burns Fine Arts Center, as a meditation practice to destress.

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MENTAL HEALTH Students use poetry as an outlet to express, heal from and thrive in spite of the complex internal struggle present in the human experience. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & PROVIDED BY LMU STUDENTS DESIGN M. VENTURA

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RUN GENEVIEVE ROEDER-HENSLEY / FILM PRODUCTION ’21

NO WAY OUT KAPRI WASHINGTON / ENGLISH ’20

Run. Stop. Breathe. Ok. You’re ok. Running to release. Running to tra in. Get your butt out of bed. Run for the stress. Stress over running. Run to release stress. It builds up so much. The footfa lls defuse it a ll. Have to get faster. Have to go fa r ther. Have to climb higher. Have to climb your g rades. Running before school. Running comes before school. Stop. Breathe. Focus. Picture yourself at Boston. You won’t get there w ith your pace. Stop. Breathe. Your whole life is spread out before you. Look at the data. Go to class. Run for cha rity. For others. Run for yourself. Reach. Legs tired. Stop. It is ha rd to run dow nhill sometimes. Don’t stop. Keep going. Please. Run. Put in the headphones. Don’t hea r yourself breathe. Picture yourself f inishing LA. The race is approaching. Don’t think about it. Scrub those shoes for hours. They must stay clea n. Form. Don’t lose form. Keep running. Stop. Get eight hours of shut eye. Don’t stop. You use to be faster. Curse. Don’t compla in. Think of the meda l. Think of the people. No tra ining mea ns more pa in. Injur y. Injur y is the ultimate fea r. Injur y strikes. When you ca n’t run you lose it. Stop. Emotions. They come f looding in. You don’t need those. You need to run. Hea l. Hea l PLEASE . Keep running. No matter what comes in life you w ill run. They say you a re cra z y for it. They say you a re “a ma zing ” for it. They ask “How ca n you enjoy that?” You don’t. But you have to run. Running holds you together. It mea ns ever y thing. Run. It is your structure. It is what you have. You ca n’t lose it. It is the worse thing to run. It is the strongest pa r t of you a nd ma kes you strong. Never stop.

In life there is no sig n reading “ex it ” Illuminated by g reen light There is no way out You must stay a nd f ight No f ire escape Leading to the life of your drea ms No underg round tunnel No way a round the tribulations it seems It gets ha rd, it gets cold, it gets lonely At night And sometimes the nex t day is not even more bright But you have to keep pressing, believ ing, mov ing on You have to keep your head up Keep fa k ing, be strong Be g rateful for things la rge a nd things sma ll Be g rateful, some people have nothing at a ll Hold on to the good times Without yea rning for the past Look a head to the future There’s hope in the forecast Just a fter the da rkest hour The day brea ks at last The good news is, no doubt There is a way through But the bad news: There is no way out There is no way out

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YES AND NO CHELSEA SALONGA / ACCOUNTING & MARKETING ’18 The sun comes out through the w indow shining, One should be happy but the baby is cr y ing. I smile a nd say “Good Morning ” but I’m ly ing. Today ’s a new day! They say it ’s time to play; I’m burnt a nd beat but I still say “okay ”. There is so much else to do, but I just stay Soa k ing up a ll the bright rays. Today ’s a new day! I feel a lone in a full room I’m screa ming in my head I’m doomed Sadness, despa iring thoughts loom in my head, A ll I’m think ing is that I’d rather be dead. Today ’s just one more day. I’m so frustrated a nd mad. Just cut my f inger, It bled a tad. A ll my hate lingers. It was just a piece of paper, Why a m I so sad?

A LETTER TO MY ANXIET Y JORDAN BLOCK / THEATRE ARTS ’18 i feel you under my third a nd four th rib on the left side on both sides if i’ve ig nored you for too long a nd you’re dema nding ack nowledg ment you’re there when i’m forgetful you’re there when i’m over whelmed you’re there when i just wa nna go to frea k ing sleep but so a re my friends, a nd my teachers, a nd my community they ’re w ith me in the libra r y until i feel conf ident for my test tomorrow they ’re nex t to me in the ca r blasting oldies when we just wa nna get away for a little they ’re g iv ing me love a nd suppor t when i need it most so a lthough you may never go away i won’t either

Today ’s the day.

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ENOUGH WHEN THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE NOT

A REFLECTION ON

LIVING IN FE AR

EMILY HUBERT / ENGLISH ’19

None of us asked for this, but here we are. We are the generation that needed to be taught that danger is potentially everywhere. Airplanes. Movie theaters. Music concerts. Churches. Sidewalks. Even school.

There have been 77 mass shootings since Tower editor in chief Emily Hubert was born. She is one of her generation’s voices calling for compromise and cultural shift.

images on our Facebook feeds without so much as a change in expression, we are still slowly gathering concerns that weigh down our everyday lives. Since the Aurora, Colorado, shooting in 2012, anxiety has left me unable to comfortably

If this sounds personal, that’s

sit through a movie at the theater. The

because it is.

only reason I (luckily) wasn’t at the Route

I was in the gym in February when I overheard my track coaches talking about the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. I just sighed and got back to my exercises. When I heard about the terrorist attack in Las Vegas in October, I made sure my friends who were at the concert were safe. Then I went about the rest of my day like it was any other day. I feel like I shove these new stories—and the negative thoughts and apprehensions that come with them—to the back of my mind just to be able to get through the day. But the reality is much more devastating. On those days, hundreds of people lost their loved ones. And the rest

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When we scroll through gruesome

66 concert with my friends in Las Vegas was because I had a cross-country race the same weekend. So many Southern Californians I know, love and grew up with were in the shadow of Mandalay Bay that evening. So now I have added concerts to the list of places fraught with potential danger. At this point, it’s not a question of if there will be another attack, but rather, when will it happen? Will it happen to me? Will it steal the life of someone I love? How can this affect me so deeply while simultaneously leaving me so desensitized? What are the uncountable ways this is shaping our culture?

of us—lucky enough to be spared—lost

Every attack circles us back to the topic

our sense of security.

of gun control—one of the most divisive

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political topics today. My dad, aunt and

our teachers with guns. Legislators who

I hate the potential of bringing my future

uncles are LAPD officers, so I can’t say

call for more school security measures

children into a world where theme parks,

I’m necessarily opposed to guns. I feel

use the rally cry that with domestic

field trips and sports events pose a

safe knowing that my family members

terrorists having easy access to assault

threat—a country where even a church

would be armed and able to protect me

weapons, we might as well just prepare

and a school are soft targets.

in certain situations. With that being

better to try and reduce the number of

said, I recognize that they are tactically

casualties. I don’t know the answer, but

trained and have taken a vow to protect

I do know that dispersing more guns is

others. There is absolutely no reason

not movement in the right direction. Gun

that a 19 year-old who previously

control is a very complex conversation

threatened to bring guns to school

and is especially hard to assess when

multiple times and posted “I’m going

both sides seem to manipulate statistics

to be a professional school shooter” on

in their favor. However, as a student who

social media should have been able to

has always seen school as a safe learning

legally purchase an AR-15.

environment, I am desperately calling for

I agree that “people kill people,” but in

some sort of compromise.

I don’t swim in the ocean because, yes, I am one of those people who fear that if I swim out into deep waters, I will end up in the jaws of a shark. The chance of death by shark attack is 1 in 8 million. Meanwhile, the chance of death by gun has grown to 1 in 315 and the chance of death by mass shooting is now 1 in 11,125. As I anxiously await the next BREAKING NEWS headline, I wonder: Are we just going to keep watching these statistics

scenarios where all of the equipment

We don’t want the illusion of

grow or will we find the courage to enact

a shooter needs is handed over

protection. We want real safety.

real change?

without question—while our society simultaneously fails to address growing mental health concerns—is it too much to ask what all of our roles are in this?

We have been educated to understand the dire importance of mental health, but we are left fearing that our government will allocate funds to outfit schools with

My mom is a K-8 teacher and has been

guns instead of arming educators with

for over 25 years. I know she would do

more counseling, school psychologists

anything for her students, but it should

and social workers. Mass shootings are

not be her responsibility to defend her

becoming more frequent, and it seems as

The statistics I quote in the final paragraph come from Business Insider. In regard to the 77 incidents that have occurred since 1997 (also represented by the 77 bullets above), the data was obtained from Mother Jones. Mother Jones’ study accounted for all U.S. shootings with three or more deaths that were not related to gang violence or armed robberies.

class by taking a life. Please do not arm

though each one becomes the “deadliest.”

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ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM Hoping to inform or inspire others, students convey deep concern for caring for our planet through poetry, collage and art. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & PROVIDED BY LMU STUDENTS DESIGN M. VENTURA

SPIRITUALIT Y, SOCIET Y AND MOTHER EARTH FAISAL ALSAGER / PHILOSOPHY ’20 we sta r ted of f as apes a nd ended up as huma ns. throughout the process we beca me homosapiens. So, is this it for our species? is there no room to evolve even fur ther? I’m here to say that I k now that there is room to evolve. But how? we a lready do cra z y things like inventing technolog y a nd prog ressing in science. However, that is just persona l g row th a nd not evolution. What we a re lack ing is a spiritua l evolution. For ma ny yea rs, we have forgot what we a re, we have forgot our essence, our div inity. The div inity that is w ithin each a nd ever y one of us. We have forgotten about this because we prioritize useless a nd mea ningless things. The ma in issue w ith mov ing for wa rd a nd evolv ing is that we prioritize the economy over our pla net. Why is that? why do we prioritize something so fa ke a nd unrea l like the economy, which is something completely ma n made. Why have we forgotten about our pla net? Is it because there a re so ma ny problems going on? Wa r? Ev il? Greed? the need to control? but if we look deeply at these problems, I ca n say that they a ll ex ist because somewhere in our histor y, we lost our path. We lost our path of liv ing to ser ve this pla net a nd ever y being in this pla net, whether it ’s a tree, a bea r, a f ly or a nother huma n being. We forgot about this path because we got lost on this other chaotic path. When we put our economy a head of our pla net, destruction a nd chaos a re bound to a rise, then we a re a lso lost in this destruction a nd chaos. Why is it so ha rd to prioritize what ’s impor ta nt? In fact, what is impor ta nt? That is obv iously up for you to decide, but I a m here to say that the economy is not the solution to our problems. So what is the solution to a ll of our problems? Ca n you imag ine a utopia where ever yone lives peacefully, joy fully a nd in unity? If you ca n, then good for you. If you ca n’t, then I da re you to look deeper a nd ask why? Why ca n’t you imag ine this utopia? is it because of a ll this g reed resulting from this soulless system that we a re currently in? Is it because we a re lack ing love? Is it because of borders? I’m a huma n liv ing on mother ea r th. I have the right to go a nd be wherever I wa nt to be on this pla net, because it is my home, as it is your home. So if this place we ca ll ea r th is OUR home, why ca nt we ma ke home our heaven. Why do we have to keep achiev ing more a nd more in terms of money, power a nd ex pa nsion? If those things did not ex ist, if we did not prioritize the economy a head of our pla net, our home, why would there be a need for a ll these materia listic a nd ultimately useless things that won’t benef it a ny of us in the long run. R ight now, we a re destroy ing forests, losing resources at a n increasing rate, causing more pollution.. A ll for what? to live a wea lthy life? To ex pa nd our economy? The funny thing about wea lth is it ’s just what you think it is, nothing more, nothing less. Sooner or later, this chaos w ill not be able to continue at this rate, or else our home w ill not be our home a ny more. It w ill only be a place that we have destroyed because of our egotistica l minds a nd our ow n ig nora nce. At the end of the day, ever y thing on this pla net is connected together directly or indirectly. If ever y thing is connected, If I a m me a nd I a m the tree, the sa me way that I a m that soa ring eagle, how ca n we continue to destroy what is pa r t of us? The truth is, we ca n a ll do better. So I ask you, what do you prioritize?

A TEAR AT SEA CHARLOTTE CHENG / POLITICAL SCIENCE ’21 A por trayal of a sailboat polluting the water under the super vision of the human eye. The pollution is por trayed with the greenish hues contrasted against the natural blue water.

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K E Y high median household income medium median household income high pollution burden public schools with above average academic per formance

L AND OF OPPORTUNIT Y C. TARA EDWARDS / STUDIO ARTS ’18 In this collage, I used a variet y of media to illustrate the distribution of wealth and resources in Los Angeles from west to east. While the system of freeways is composed of instagram photographs that ref lect an idealized “ land of oppor tunit y,” the dollar bills, ash and pins represent the drastic shif ts in qualit y of life as you move across the cit y. This work analyzes the manifestations of the east-west dichotomy within the social geography of Los Angeles.

SEA SHELL MARKUS ROCCA / CIVIL ENGINEERING ’20 Nestled in low, not ma k ing but a sound Mov ing ever so gently, a nd look ing quite profound. I used to belong to something, until I split apa r t Now not sure what to do, considering I don’t have a hea r t. Washing up on shore, hoping to stay a lone Getting picked up consta ntly, because I’m not a stone. At times I f ind soft ha nds, a nd others seem so rough Tr y ing to enjoy what little I ca n, but doing so is tough. Someone ta kes me home a fter using me for fun I w ish to be back in water, but I don’t have legs to run. Hopefully this wa rm ha nd w ill ta ke proper ca re of me Since I a m a frag ile piece, created by the sea.

DEPTH MARY INGS-MCCAFFREY / INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ’21 In a world that may appear to be in ruins at times, may we realize that there will always be a piece of us preser ved by God to help us grow in the future.

Colors beautiful a nd bright should help buy some time, Until f inding a way back home, where I won’t hea r a rhy me. A ll I wa nt in life is to lay upon the sa nds, Listening forever to the waves crashing dow n.

FROM THE L AND OF SEEDS AMANDA KOENIGSBERG / ENGLISH ’18

The day I return to that sea of purest blue, I w ill be free in the place where I k now I’m mea nt to be.

“Cut a hole in a bag f illed with seeds of any kind and place the bag where there is wind.” —Yoko Ono The thistle fa ir y? yes, she dabbles in the a r t of ma k ing f lowers. She wa kes before daw n, dusts speck led pollen of f her eyes a nd washes her face in a dew drop basin. She hea rd about the f ire in Bluebell Ca nyon. Appa rently 3,000 f lowers were lost. Some she k new well too. Why she wondered, why does nature g ift seeds, but dema nd ash….. At ha lf past 10 she beg ins her da ily seed gathering. la rge, sma ll, a nd oblong. Some w ith points, others: little orbs. Seed a fter seed, dropping them in her sage lea f basket, until moon shine cur ta ins close over the la nd. Slowly she places each seed in a glass of water, wa iting. Weeks. For the sprout a nd for the f ire.

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OUR IMPACT So what’s the deal with all of these extreme weather patterns and destructive natural disasters? John Dorsey (professor of Civil Engineering) suggests that one cause is climate change. Dorsey said, “Climate change, first off, is very real and we are causing it.” Climate change (or global warming) is the process of our planet heating up. The changing climate makes weather more extreme and unpredictable—which can explain the unusual weather patterns that has been evident right here in California. In terms of future weather patterns, Dorsey warns that we will probably see more intense storms and even more unusual weather patterns.

D ISASTER STRI KES AGAI N WORDS V. PAREDES | DESIGN M. VENTURA & R. PATACSIL PHOTO NASA GODDARD MODIS RAPID RESPONSE TEAM

HURRICANE HARVEY On August 25, 2017, Texas was hit with a Category 4 storm, later known as Hurricane Harvey. Thousands of residents were exposed to 130-mph winds, heavy rains and a massive storm surge that swamped coastal areas. The storm dumped more than 27 trillion gallons of rain over Texas, making it the wettest Atlantic hurricane ever measured. Due to such a massive impact on so many residents and buildings, this disaster was the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. The estimated cost to repair the damage was estimated at $180 billion.

7.1 EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO On Sept. 19, 2017, a 7.1 earthquake struck central Mexico killing 225 people. Citizens and rescuers worked tirelessly for days to dig people out of the rubble. Mexico's President, Enrique Pena Nietro, declared three days of national mourning after the earthquake to honor the victims in what is to date the country’s deadliest earthquake since 1985. HURRICANE IRMA After decimating parts of the Carribean, including Puerto Rico, Hurricane Irma hit Florida as a Category 4 storm on Sept. 10, 2017, ripping off roofs, flooding coastal cities and knocking out power to more than 6.8 million people. Its force was so powerful that earthquake seismometers recorded it, and it also generated the most accumulated cyclone energy by any measured hurricane in a 24-hour period.

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CALIFORNIA FIRES

The Thomas Fire was first reported on December 4, 2017, and rapidly blazed through more than 280,000 acres across Southern California. It was the largest fire recorded to date in California, destroying 1,063 structures

ON

WILDL AND FIREFIGHTING

SAM ABRAHAMS / SCREENWRITING ’18 During the summer of 2017, Abrahams worked for a private contractor based in a small Southern Oregon town. They did local fuel reduction work and were sent out to states affected by fires. His crew operated in Utah and California.

What is it like on the f ront lines of a f ire? What is the process of f ighting a w ildf ire?

Did you come across fear, adrenaline, or shock? How did you handle it?

The tried and true method of fighting

I saw some cool [stuff] but never felt

wildfires is to dig a line around the fire to

any real fear. I had to stay back on a

stop it from spreading. This can be done

tour that my crew went on, which they

by a hand crew and basic hand tools or

reported feeling some real fear and

with a bulldozer. A majority of firefighters

adrenaline, and I’m pretty bummed I

work in the ‘black’ (where the fire has

missed out on it. The key in adrenaline

already burned) to make sure all the little

inducing situations is to stay as calm as

flames and heat are out. If you’re digging

possible and stick to your your training.

a line on the front lines of the fire, that’s for 12-16 hours at a time, sometimes even

Do you have any thought s on last year ’s C alifornia w ildf ire season?

longer. The heat can be incredible, along

For the past several years, the fire season

with intense smoke rushing straight to

in the West has started earlier, ended

your face. It hurts your eyes and makes it

later, and continues to become more

incredibly difficult to breathe.

intense. It’s worth noting that the largest

called ‘hotline.’ Basically you’re digging

What was the atmosphere of responding to a f ire?

recorded fire in California history occurred in December, which is not the typical

It’s pretty exciting for the newer guys.

fire season. This is due to a combination

Your first fire especially is something

of factors including: rising temperatures,

you will never forget. For the veterans,

extreme droughts, an increasingly high

on the other hand, it’s just another day

number of dead trees from Bark Beetle

on the job. Generally once you get to

infestation, etc. All of these factors

the fire, you’ve got to keep a pretty

combined results in a pretty intense

professional front at the fire camps.

fire season.

You’re representing your crew, agency

and drawing about 2,800 firefighters to combat the flames. The blaze burned for more than a month, leaving 2017 the most destructive fire season in state history.

SARAH SHARPE / POLITICAL SCIENCE ’20

“You can replace a house, a car, jewelry, etc. but you cannot replace a human being. Nothing is more important than family, health and happiness.” ELIAS ONTIVEROS / FILM & TELEVISION ’17

“It was the spontaneity of it all that was the most shocking. I realized that everything could be taken away in an instant.” BRONSON WHITNEY / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’20

“It doesn’t matter who you are, or where you are. You can’t escape a mudslide if it’s going to happen.” LAUREL MOONEY / PSYCHOLOGY ’20

“This was such a growing up moment for me. One good thing that came out of this is that despite all of this devastation, the city really came together and was there for one another.” JAMES BRYNE / COMPUTER SCIENCE ’19

“I realized that if I was going to lose my house, everything would be okay as long as everyone was safe.”

WORDS V. PAREDES | DESIGN R. PATACSIL PHOTOS FOREST SERVICE, USDA

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O N S T U DY I N G A B R O A D ROBERT MAPLES / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’20 MEN’S ROWING

“I studied abroad in Bohn, Germany. We did research with German mathematics and mathematicians, and also looked more into the engineering community in Germany. It taught me how to adapt how to be really good in uncomfortable situations. I was forced to put myself out there because I was in a country where I didn’t speak the main language.”

O N B E I N G A M E M B E R O F TA U B E TA P I

“It is important to be well rounded and to be involved in other activities so that I can broaden my knowledge. This allows me to relate to more people and be a better person.” LINDSEY MATOI / CIVIL ENGINEERING ’18 SOFTBALL

NCAA athletes &

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O N B E I N G A R E S E A R C H A S S I S TA N T

“I’ve been working with the exercise physiology professor researching cross country runners and their endurance performance and how it correlates to muscular activity. This helps me academically to understand more about human anatomy and how exercise and the body are interwoven.” KIANA HARPSTRITE / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ’18 WOMEN’S WATER POLO

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SEAVER COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

Beyond their intense course load, Seaver students are known for their ability to survive four-hour, one-credit labs. The well-organized—yet stuffed—Life Sciences Building storage room reflects the chemistry between human nature and scientific exploration. WORDS E. HUBERT, H. WOHLENBERG, A. MARTINEZ & M. BRANCONIER DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTO C. PETTIT

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HANDS-ON EDUCATION Students gather real-world experience while preparing, assisting and conducting research alongside professors. Research projects create a vauable opportunity for students to become contributors to scientific progress. “I have learned how to work in a lab collecting research and I am now on the other end analyzing it. I’ve been lucky enough to present our findings at a student symposium twice at SWACSM, the southwestern chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine’s annual meeting. This project keeps me constantly engaged and always asking more questions. I’ve loved every minute of it.” FIONA SHORROCK/ HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ’18

“It was an amazing experience being a principle investigator for the first time. I was given the freedom to create and compose how our project would be done. I continue to lead other research assistants in more data collection and data analysis. It is an amazing challenge to try and find trends that are not readily seen.” OLIVIA ABDOO/ HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ’18

“I have been able to apply what I have learned from my lecture courses and labs into a new, novel context. It is very challenging as we consistently have results that don’t make sense, or show a failed experiment, but we have used these failures as inspiration to keep moving forward and learn more about every step of the process.” JAMES PRATT / BIOCHEMISTRY ’18

“The growth I’ve received in learning how to dissect scientific articles, persevering through many failed trials and how humbling it is to finally make the product we’re looking for gives me a broader understanding of what I’ll be facing in the real world. Nothing comes easy, and if it were easy then everyone would be doing it.” NICK VENTIGAN / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES & BIOCHEMISTRY ’18

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W E SENT A SURVE Y TO ALL UNDERGR AD UATE STUDENTS, ASKING THEM TO SUBMIT

A WO RD

T H AT I S R EPR E SEN TAT IV E O F T HEIR UNDERGR AD UATE E XPER IENCE W ITH THEIR AREAS OF STUDY IN MIND.

SEAVER COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

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INSPIRING G R AT E F U L APPLICABLE EVERLASTING CHALLENGING EPSILON EMPOWERING N O T- E X P E C T I N G R E V I TA L I Z I N G E X P LO R AT I O N R E L AT I O N S H I P S ENLIGHTENED REVOLUTIONARY PA S S I O N AT E S T I M U L AT I N G T R A N S F O R M AT I V E CAFFEINE PERSISTENCE FULFILLING APPLICABLE ENLIGHTENING CHADZ C O L L A B O R AT I V E WORTHWHILE LIFE INTRUIGING UNPAR ALLELED ENRICHING C R E AT I V E FA S C I N AT I N G WHOLESOME METHODICAL REWARDING O I L- R I G SHEBANG EYE-OPENING DISCOVERY EXUBERANT HAPPYSAD I N T I M AT E


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EYE-OPENING DISCOVERY EXUBERANT HAPPYSAD I N T I M AT E RIGOROUS I L L U M I N AT I N G SUPREME CONFUSING ??? V I TA L I T Y CIVILINGS REGRET OPPORTUNITIES UNDEFINED UNBOUNDED SUPPORTIVE WTF E P S I LO N - D E LTA HARD MUSCLES DEMANDING MITOCHONDRIA O I L- R I G FONCLBRISCH LABS NUTRITION CHEMISTRY SURP CIVILINGS SUBLIME WINE E X P E R I M E N TA L ORGANIC TAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; S R E S U LT S PRE-MED PHYLUM CRYING KETONES DRIVEN ACETYLSALICYLIC M E D -T E R M S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y F R O N T- E N D SEISMIC PYTHON RESEARCH


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FOR THE GRE ATER GOOD Since 1990, Green LMU has launched several initiatives seeking to create a more sustainable campus. These include the utilization of alternative energy sources, the conservation of water and the implementation of recycling and composting programs.

green toilets & shower heads prevent water waste

WORDS M. BRACONIER | DESIGN M. VENTURA & E. GARCIA PHOTOS T. MARKS & A. LIOR

100%

of campus sprinklers respond automatically to local weather conditions

68

PERCENT of campus vehicles are electric

The Sierra Club lists LMU as

No. 6

in the nation in their cool schools report for 2017

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1,333,172

90K

killowatt hours of clean energy are generated by LMU solar panels every year

square feet of solar panels have been installed at LMU

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NO SUCK NOVEMBER

ASLMU launched a campaign to bring awareness to the excess of plastic in our everyday lives. By giving out metal straws

“Right now is the most urgent period in the history of humanity to, as a species, address and change the habits that we have.”

HABITS

PAUL HARRIS / PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH

and reusable tumblers, student leaders motivated students to reduce their usage.

ECO-FOOTPRINT

Apartment buildings on campus, such as Tenderich and Hannon, have composting programs aiming to reduce our eco-footprint. DILLON RINAURO / BIOCHEMISTRY ’19 ASLMU DIRECTOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

“Single-use plastics contribute significantly to greenhouse gas emissions and pollution of our environment. We at ASLMU believe that it is important to emphasize that even small changes in our daily routines can have a profound impact. In providing spaces for open dialogue and engaged learning, I hope and encourage students to relentlessly pursue further knowledge on structures that perpetuate climate change so that they may feel empowered to take action and create change.” ZAIN RAFIQ / POLITICAL SCIENCE ’21

“I recycle, but you know everyone does that because LMU makes it easy. Also, I take short showers. I turn the water off when I brush my teeth.” HANNAH DAWSON / SCREENWRITING ’21

Macro changes put into effect by the university may make students feel like their actions are miniscule, but our individual actions are just as important.

H E L P If enough people get behind doing the little things, we can make a huge difference.

“I recycle and only use one water bottle that I constantly fill up. I also take notes digitally instead of using paper.” EMMA GIBSON / PSYCHOLOGY ’21

“I do the little things like recycle, turn off unused lights and use metal utensils as opposed to plastic ones.”

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SOCIAL ACTIVISM In the wake of police brutality, refugee crises and sexual harassment allegations, students find the courage to speak up for the kind of world they want to live in and connect with others to find acceptance and support. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & PROVIDED BY LMU STUDENTS DESIGN M. VENTURA

COMPASSION LYANN CHOI / SOCIOLOGY ’21 Women’s March on Januar y 21, 2017, the day af ter President Trump was inagurated.

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DREAMS KAPRI WASHINGTON / ENGLISH ’20

DEL REY PL AYERS JORDAN BLOCK / THEATRE ARTS ’18

My eyes were open but only now do I see A ll this senseless, superf icia l stupidity What happened to the times when if you were black, you were fa mily? If you were struggling there’d be help automatica lly Because that ’s the only way we ca n stay a live Stop helping each other? We won’t sur v ive Histor y hasn’t been k ind to us As hea rd through the hy mns that we hum But as long as it isn’t blind to us, we still may overcome A lthough we’re overcome w ith themes of injustice, struggle, a nd pa in We must remember the beauty a nd the love a nd the joy that a lways comes a fter the ra in And a lways appreciate the sla in And a lways respect our a ncestors, forced to face life’s da ily sorrow Then pick their heads up a nd ca rr y on Without the promise of tomorrow We’re too focused on the physica l What about what lies w ithin? What about those things ca lled love a nd hope That people used to believe in The glass ceiling w ill never shatter If we fa il to see the things that truly, truly matter, like Black lives Is it a nnoy ing?This senseless, superf icia l stupidity? Yes, hella because I’m worried about my actua l future While y ’a ll worried about tickets to Coachella Am I the only one who cries sometimes? Am I the only one who thinks about these things? Am I the only one who looks in the mirror wa nting to ma ke a cha nge? Am I the only one who still has drea ms? The k ind of drea ms you have before your eyes even close The things you hold so dea r to you that no one even k nows Am I the only one who still has drea ms? I k now I’m the only one who still listens to Luther Va ndross But a m I the only one who still has drea ms?

in times like these, it ’s huma n nature to seek out sa fe spaces, specia l places. to to to to

connect. feel. empathize. create.

create create create create

memories. oppor tunities. a r t. love.

that ’s what i keep coming back to, time a nd time aga in. when times a re da rk, you must remind yourself of a ll of the inf inite places where you ca n f ind love. in the hea r ts of people you never drea mt you would encounter in the disca rded who have made their home at The Cloisters in The Curious Savage. in a fa milia r, yet my thica l tow n, under the Nor thern Lights. where your nose runs cold from the crisp w inter a ir; but your loved one’s ha nd keeps you wa rm, in A lmost, Ma ine. in the a rms of your brothers a nd sisters, who a ren’t actua lly your siblings, f inding hope a nd beauty a midst a n uncer ta in future in Cassius a nd Ha mlet. in the cra z y a ntics of cha racters who remind you of yourself, w ith infectious vaudev ille humor that tick les our senses a nd ma kes a n outsider feel like one of the cast in The Drowsy Chaperone. because that ’s to what we aspire, to f ind joy in the little things. to f ind love in ever y thing. the del rey players. qua lity student run theatre since 1961.

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WELCOME TO AMERICA (RIGHT) JUSTICE JACKSON / STUDIO ARTS ’18 This work was created in response to the inf lux of police brutalit y that had become more widely recognized throughout the last half decade, but has been going on for so much longer than that. This graphic was created to represent not only police brutalit y in America, but also the state of America as a whole when it comes to the constant criminalization of the black communit y. INCARCER ATED (FAR RIGHT) JUSTICE JACKSON / STUDIO ARTS ’18 I created this work in response to the inf lux of police brutalit y that had become more widely acknowledged in 2017, but is still going on today. This digital painting ref lects on the decades of abuse that have persisted into our day and age, and the constant criminalization of the black communit y. This piece is a par t of a larger series titled “Animerica”.

WHY THEN? KAPRI WASHINGTON / ENGLISH ’20 I g uess they made the rules just to brea k them Because I thought this was the “la nd of the free” Why then did my a ncestors have to endure A lmost 300 yea rs of captiv ity I thought g reed, racism, a nd hatred Were aga inst the principles of Christia nity So why then a re we k illing each other Why then ca n we still not see Even a fter destruction, fa mine, a nd wa r We ma ke the sa me mista kes repeating histor y When you keep doing the sa me thing over a nd over It ’s referred to as insa nity So why then a re we not mov ing for wa rd Why then ca n’t we be free

MADRID CIT Y HALL KAREN WANG / ECONOMICS ’21 The Madrid Cit y Hall, whose architecture characterizes aspects of gothic, neoclassicial, and even Spanish Inquisitionera st yle, ser ves as a center of unit y and acceptance, despite a histor y of social unrest. In the summer of 2017, the building hung a banner, “Refugees Welcome”, which persisted throughout the year. As the EU continues to receive thousands of refugees each year, Madrid’s cit y hall reminds humanit y of the moralit y and compassion that makes this world a better place.

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#BlackAtLMU VANDALENA MAHONEY ’19 @Vandii_M • 6 Nov 2017

#BlackatLMU is not single-issued. It is a movement. It is OUR movement and OUR platform to express OUR experiences. 1

ON

4

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SPE AK ING UP & SPE AK ING O UT

VANDALENA MAHONEY / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’19

What are the goals of the #BlackatL MU movement?

#BlackatLMU is our reality uncensored

#BlackatLMU is about providing a

as well as a movement. It is not about

platform where black experiences are

bashing the University or bashing

shared, acknowledged and validated.

white people.

share our narratives as black students.

It is about black students at LMU raising an awareness about what it truly

How are you involved?

means to be black at LMU. It is a call to

Kaelyn Sabal-Wilson, Megan Castillo

promote and create positive change

and I were the ones who initially began

in our University’s environment. This

promoting and using the hashtag.

movement will serve as a catalyst for

The three of us also served as

a more inclusive campus environment.

representatives of the movement in

We wanted our voices to be heard,

University administration meetings.

our concerns addressed, and our demands fulfilled.

What outcomes are you hopef ul for?

How has the movement evolved since it s star t?

This movement is not the beginning nor the end of a fight for diversity on

#BlackatLMU has grown into a

this campus. Representatives of this

discussion about what it truly means to

movement will remain proactive and

be a black student at a predominantly

focused on ensuring campus inclusivity

white institution, but more specifically,

for generations to come.

what it means to be a black student at Loyola Marymount University. We moved this hashtag to Twitter to openly express our experiences and

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WORDS A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN E. GARCIA PHOTOS A. HUNLEY (@A_H_FOTO), ASLMU & TWITTER

WE WILL BE HE ARD Students fill an ASLMU senate meeting while wearing black as a sign of solidarity and a stand for inclusivity. Alexis Hunley (Psychology ’13) captured this charged moment after a publicly circulated social media message was called out by many as hate speech.

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MEChA TURNS

L A UNIÓN HACE L A FUER Z A MEChA strives to embody their motto, la unión hace la fuerza— meaning unity makes strength, or there is strength in unity. WORDS V. PAREDES & K. BROGAN | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS R. JASON & PROVIDED BY A. MARTINEZ Portions of this content originally appeared in the Los Angeles Loyolan.

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“MEChA means knowing that no matter what struggles our communities are facing, there will be people who are willing to be in the struggle together. Staying united and fighting together has kept MEChA going for the past 50 years.” CHRISTOPHER REYNOSO / PSYCHOLOGY & CHICANA/O STUDIES ’18 MECh A EXECUTIVE BOARD

ON

ED UC ATION & AC TIVISM

ATHENA MARTINEZ / ENGLISH & CHICANA/O STUDIES ’18

What is MECh A?

income and First Generation students,

MEChA is a student-led activist group

like me, in higher education. I knew that

on campus that really focuses on

MEChA would give me the opportunity

activism through education. We strive

to work directly with students in the

to not only educate others on issues

community and serve as a resource that

of social justice, but really promote

hopefully encouraged, by example, that

the idea that through education we

higher education is not just a possibility,

can provide the most powerful form of

but a reality. In addition, MEChA

activism and empower the Chicana/o

provided me a space in which I could be

Latina/o community. MEChA is a

unapologetically myself, with a group of

nationwide organization, but the LMU

like minded individuals who I came to

chapter started in 1973 after El plan de

consider my familia.

Santa Barabara. This year we are actually celebrating our 50th year anniversary

What would you like student s to know about MECh A?

on campus.

Something that I wish people knew

What is your role in MECh A? I currently serve as the External Chair for MEChA de LMU, but I originally

about MEChA is that although we are historically a Latina/o Chicana/o space, everyone is welcome.

decided to get involved with MEChA de LMU my freshman year because I have a passion for the promotion and retention of students of color and low-

> RESILIENT A rally that took place on Palm Walk was organized by ASLMU in partnership with MEChA de LMU to support DACA students on Sept. 6.

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DACA With the election of President Trump, uneasieness surrounds undocumented individuals both on campus and across the country. His decision in September of 2017 to rollback DACA has only increased this uncertainty. In the face of this crisis, undocumented students have not stood alone due to the outward support of the university.

AN UNPREDICTABLE FATE

Early in September 2017, President

the failed DREAM Act, an attempted

Donald Trump announced that he would

bipartisan

be working to rescind the Deferred Action

to

for Childhood Arrivals program, better

immigrants who were brought to the

known as DACA. In the wake of his initial

country as children.

bill

citizenship

to for

announcement, undocumented students

DACA allows for

and allies alike faced overwhelming

individuals who had

feelings of uncertainty.

immigrated to the

This was certainly the case for DACA

create

United States before

pathways

undocumented

“MY INITIAL REACTION WAS FEAR AND CONFUSION”

recipient, Brenda Quintanilla (Political

their sixteenth birthday to obtain a work

Science ’19). “My initial reaction was fear

permit, which is necessary to work in the

and confusion,” she said. “If this happens,

U.S. The program does not, however, offer

if I lose my DACA status, what is next?

any pathways to citizenship

How will I be able to continue school?

While the move to disband DACA was

What happens after I graduate? All of

surprising to many, to others like Dr.

these questions flared up.”

Fernando Guerra, Director of the Thomas

Quintanilla is one of dozens of DACArecipient students who attend LMU. The DACA program, legislated during Obama’s presidency, was a response to

and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles, the announcement was not unexpected. “The DACA kids became a bargaining CONTINUED ON PAGE 80

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chip, and I don’t foresee that you’re going to

Sacramento. Unfortunately, this trip will

For Guerra and others, the potential

be taking place right around the deadline

which means that the bill will only deal with

restrictions that come with a DACA fix will

so I cannot put that DACA student on a

DACA recipients,” he said. “In actuality it

have a far reaching impact on the future

plane,” he said.

will have all other kinds of things attached,

of immigration into the United States.

border security, family reunification, and the so-called lottery system.”

Without the protected status that

The Trump Administration set a hard

DACA offers, DREAMers cannot travel

deadline of March 5, 2018 for Congress

via airline due to the requirement of

Guerra is especially concerned that in

to devise legislation on the DREAMers,

identification to pass through TSA.

this legislation process, DACA recipients

a timeframe which was missed as the

(also referred to as DREAMers) will be

debates continued.

blamed for shutting the door for future immigrants. “It will always be a stain for all of these

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helping to close the door,” he said.

have what’s being called a ‘clean DACA bill,’

He said, “We as a Catholic, Jesuit, Marymount

University

with

certain

Dr. Guerra sees that students who are

values are being forced to create second-

recipients of DACA are quickly becoming

class citizens and to not have full

second-class in the eyes of the law.

participation from our own students by

kids who suddenly get legalized--that they

“I believe a lot in civic engagement and

did it on the backs of certain immigrants

immersion, and I have a class where part

Guerra’s frustration has been echoed

not being able to bring theirfamilies and

of the assignment is for us to travel to

by many at the university, who were

the federal government.”

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quick to stand up for DACA recipients

those communities at the margins.” He

Nevertheless,

and undocumented immigrants both

continued, “Now, more than ever, it’s time

students like Brenda

within the LMU community and from the

to mobilize.”

Quinta nilla

nation as a whole. Shortly after President

ASLMU

and

other

student-led

a lready

have beg un

“NOW, MORE THAN EVER, IT’S TIME TO MOBILIZE”

Trump’s initial announcement, university

organizations coordinated and strategized

planning for the worst. “I’ve had to come

President Timothy Law Snyder explained

ways to increase awareness and activism as

up with alternatives. I had a very linear

in a letter to the LMU community that the

the DACA drama in Washington, D.C., built

plan of graduating from college, going to

university would stand with DREAMers

throughout the year.

law school a nd becoming a lawyer. Now

and other undocumented students. That

On Feb. 1, ASLMU hosted a phone bank

support includes offering assistance via

for students to contact their legislatures

Student Psychological Services (SPS)

and voice their opinion.

as well as legal consultation through the law school.

I’m considering post-grad ser vice and sort of finding my way from there.” On the day of The Tower’s press

Dr. Herbert Medina, the Associate

deadline, March 18, the fate of DACA

Dean for Faculty/Staff Development and

recipients remains unclear. Students will

On top of the university mobilizing

Student Success, who has been heavily

continue to grapple with the uncertainty

its resources, students began early

involved in advising and working with

as the year continues.

in the school year working on ways to

the undocumented student population

address the issue through activism and

at LMU, remains positive in the face

contacting key legislators.

of politicians’ inability to reach an

In an interview with the Loyolan, ASLMU

President

Hayden

Tanabe

agreement. “Undocumented

students

are

(Management ’18) said, “This is truly a

extremely resilient,” Medina said. “They

human issue--we should come together

have to be in order to survive and make it

to take action and be with and for

to this point.”

WORDS A. SIMON & M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN R. PATACSIL & C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS C.PETTIT & R. JASON Portions of this content originally appeared in the Los Angeles Loyolan.

SUPPORT Students gather near the Law ton Plaza for LMU’s DREAM ACTion Week. The Event was held from October 9-13 by various on-campus organizations. The event of fered educational opportunities and a campus wide ef fort encouraging students to register to vote. The university worked with the Ignatian Solidarity Network, the A JCU, and other institutions.

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R ALLY Students, faculty and staf f protest in support of DACA students. This march was a part of the DREAMer rally held by ASLMU on September 6th, 2017. Students started and ended their march throughout campus at Regentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Terrace. Following the march, two undocumented students took a podium to share their stories.

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“UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS ARE EXTREMELY RESILIENT”

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FORMATION

Delta Sigma Theta sisters perform at the annual Lip Sync event. Promoting human welfare is the chapterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top priority.

SISTERS & BROTHERS Culturally-based Greek organizations celebrate a rich background. Members tell of their heritage and the traditions that make their organization special. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG & A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN M. VENTURA PHOTOS A. LIOR & PROVIDED BY CULTURAL GREEK ORGANIZATIONS

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^ UNITY Members of each culturally-based Greek organization represent together.

SIGM A L A MBDA GA MM A “This year we started having an event named ‘Desserts and Diversity.’ During this time, we have some yummy desserts while having intellectual conversations. We have covered many topics such as gender and gender norms, ableism and race and diversity. Culture does not only have to do with race and ethnicity, it is way beyond that, and we try to show the LMU community that through our events.” RUTH GOMEZ / SPANISH & SOCIOLOGY ’18

SIGM A L A MBDA BE TA “Culture is a huge part of our organization. Whether it be selling esquites at fundraisers or having a presence at Misa de Herencia, we try to add a little part of everyone’s Latino culture in everything that we do.” MARIO CANCHOLA / MARKETING ’19

SIGM A GA MM A RHO “The unique thing about Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. is that we were founded by a group of women who were educators and as a result, we pride ourselves in the importance of education. A part of our mission is to ‘achieve greater progress in the areas of education, health awareness and leadership development.’” SARAH HAMILTON / PSYCHOLOGY ’19

^ STRONG SLG Latina members feeling proud and empowered. ^ CATCHING AIR Brothers gather to wish Marco “Lagos” Ramirez (Mechanical Engineering ’18) a very happy belated birthday. ^ BLUE & GOLD Alezae Cary (Sociology ’19) and Sarah Hamilton (Psychology ’19) appreciate their strong sisterhood. ^ FAMILY Kappa Alpha Psi members support each other in their aims towards purpose-filling achievement.

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C • O • U • N • T• D • O • W • N

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PHILANTHROPY

Br yana Yarbrough (Political Science ’19) pauses for a photo with the Diamond Dash sign in between events.

From the logistics of organizing the event, to selling as many tickets as possible, it may sound more like pan-HELL-enic, but hard work pays off when chapters present the proceeds to their partnering charity. WORDS M. BRANCONIER, V. PAREDES & H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS A. LIOR & PROVIDED BY GREEK ORGINIZATIONS

DELTA ZETA ANNA SAVAGE / BIOLOGY & SCREENWRITING ’18

“Our goal was to raise $15,000 with our philanthropy and all the proceeds we got went to the Painted Turtle Camp (a camp for kids) and the Starkey Hearing Foundation, an organization that provides hearing aids internationally to people who need them.”

(above) Vibrant donuts tempt attendees of the annual Delta Desserts philanthropy. (right) Marie Quintana (Civil Engineering ’18) & Victorria Dau (Biology ’18) are all smiles at Delta Desserts.

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TRI DELTA

KATIE SCHEMBRI / ENGLISH ’18

“We have baking parties to prepare for our event, ‘Delta Desserts,’ where we all get together and bake for the event. We even have cake-baking competitions.”

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ALPHA PHI KAYLA ROVER/ PSYCHOLOGY ’20

Connor Anthony (Entreprenuership ’18) runs for the endzone during Greek Week ’s flag football event.

SIGMA PHI EPSILON

“At Dance Marathon, we invite the LMU community to join us in dancing to raise money for Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. This year we had therapy dogs from the Children’s Hospital come in to show our event some love, a photo booth to capture memories, and a donut eating andpie-ing station to raise money.”

GREEK LIFE

NED GRESHAM / MARKETING ’19

“We had a spikeball tournament with the Boys & Girls Club members and the surrounding LMU community. Our ticket sales went to membership fees for families who couldn’t afford them.”

Michelle Frost (Accounting ’18), Brianna Cabello (Communication Studies ’19), Claire Dobyns (Communication Studies ’19), Gisella Patino (Accounting ’19), and Miranda Florer (Film and T V Production ’18) proudly display an Alpha Phi banner.

PHI DELTA THETA JORDAN ARREDANDO / SPANISH & HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES ’18 & COLBY GROOM / HISTORY ’20

“PK’s for Pats started off with one of our brothers in Phi-Delta. As a national fraternity, we focus on ALS, but over the summer a relative of his, Pat, got diagnosed with DLS. We immediately all got behind it as a fraternity. We set up a ‘tailgate’ for a men’s soccer game in November on Hannon Field. We had a bunch of events, like face painting, games and a raffle. We also had a lot of food. We sold over 200 tickets and were able to raise over five-thousand dollars, which all went to the research institution chosen by Pat, Live Like Lou, one of the premier research institutions for ALS.” Thomas May (Political Science ’19) and Brandon Kawano (Finance ’18) get competitive in a game of cornhole.

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O N S E R V I N G W I T H I G N AT I A N S S E R V I C E O R G A N I Z AT I O N SHELBY CORMIER / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’19 WOMEN’S SOCCER

“It’s been really cool to get to know other people on campus for different reasons and grow in different types of relationships on and off of the field with both my soccer team and Ignatians, which provides me with the opportunity to grows in ways I wasn’t able to in high school.”

ON FOUNDING “EMPOWER HER”

NCAA athletes &

SERVICE

“Life is so much more than just being good at one thing. Everything in life is connected somehow, and you have to be well-versed in as much as you can.” MARISA CARINO / BIOLOGY ’18 WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK

WORDS M. BRANCONIER, V. PAREDES & A. MARTINEZ DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS T. MARKS, C. PINTOR & J. MCLENNAN

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O N S E R V I N G W I T H C R E A R E S E R V I C E O R G A N I Z AT I O N JULIA PINNAMONT / LIBERAL STUDIES ’19 WOMEN’S ROWING

“I think it’s important to get out of your comfort zone a little bit. It’s a way to meet different people and branch out a bit. It’s a good way to get out in the community.”

O N S E R V I N G W I T H T E A M M AT E S

“We went to the soup kitchen in downtown L.A. on Skid Row and helped serve food. It was very life-changing, because you see the different perspectives of other people—where they’re at in life and where you’re at in life. It’s just a blessing to see where I’m at. Doing service and giving back is something I always plan on doing my whole career. I don’t think I’ll ever stop until I’m not able to do it anymore.” JAMES BATEMON / PSYCHOLOGY ’19 MEN’S BASKETBALL

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Spreading the Marian flame at All Org Night, members support Priyanka Gupta (Marketing ’20) who spoke at the event.

M ARIANS “The service experience that I feel has changed me the most was participating in El Espejo as a mentor to a sixth grader at Lennox Middle School. I do not have any younger family members so spending time with a younger girl who looked up to me was really empowering, as well as humbling.” AVA LEKANDER / BIOLOGY ’20

“It’s been a very humbling experience, that through Marians I was able to overcome my shyness. We have Fem-talks during our meetings, and it’s very empowering to see what other women in the world have accomplished.” SANJNA SAMA / ACCOUNTING ’19

Venturing into the mountains of Malibu, Alejandra Vasquez (Electrical Engineering ’20), Ava Lekander (Biology ’20), Diana Martinez (Health & Human Sciences ’18) and Chelsea Lin (Health & Human Sciences ’19) connect with their fellow Marian members during Fall Retreat.

S• H • A • P • E • D

BY SERVICE

Not only can we help others, but in doing so, we may learn lessons we never expected. Students share their most impactful moments during their time with those in need. WORDS M. BRANCONIER, A. MARTINEZ, V. PAREDES & A. SIMON | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS PROVIDED BY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

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M AGIS “I think that everyone, no matter what their circumstance is, should contribute to society by bettering the lives of those who are less fortunate. I think now about how the phrase, ‘The rich get richer as the poor get poorer,’ plays out because of the root causes that allows that phrase to exist.” DAQUAN BASS / PSYCHOLOGY & AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES ’19

Treating the student body to Halloween-themed games, Magis members attend Fright Night.

AGAPÉ “I think sometimes people mistaken service for being a oneway street where there’s a ‘giver’ and ‘receiver,’ but service isn’t really like that. It’s about making a deeper connection with someone and learning from each other.” MEGHANNE CLARK / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’19 James Krzyminski (Psychology ’18), Meghanne Clark (Mechanical Engineering ’19), Loren Johnson (Mechanical Engineering ’19) and Katherine Bianco (Theatre Arts & Studio Arts ’19) volunteer at Fright Night in Sunken Gardens.

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“I went to Guatemala to study education. Guatemalans place such an emphasis on the importance of culture in education, and I think that is a huge piece missing here in the U.S.”

AB Cuba 2017

ANNA THOMPSON / MUSIC & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ’19

alternative b reaks The Alternative Breaks program strives to educate students on social issues across the map. By visiting these communities, students are able to dig deeper into the problems to serve justice and promote change. WORDS M. BRANCONIER, V. PAREDES & H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN M. VENTURA PHOTOS PROVIDED BY B. CRANE

recognize the dignity of every human being. It challenged me to educate myself about the MARC MORENO / HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES ’18

Where did you go on your Alternative Break s trip? I went to Guatemala my sophomore year.

What did you learn? The focus of the trip was education and indigenous rights. We worked closely with an elementary school in San Lucas Toliman and learned about how they incorporate their indigenous roots into their curriculum.

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social issues facing the world today and to understand intricate systems of oppression operate against the most marginalized members of our society.

What kind of ac tion have you t aken since returning? I am now a student leader for De Colores. We travel to Tijuana for one weekend every month and witness the personal stories of those suffering from greatest injustices, including issues of immigration. This year I am also returning as a student leader for

How has going on the AB trip impac ted your life?

AB Guatemala. I hope to help expose other

This trip helped me understand the foundational

only challenge their self-awareness, but also

principle that all human life is sacred. We must

inspire lifelong social action.

students to social justice issues that will not

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“Voluntoursim” is a growing phenomenon amongst first-world populations as the desire to travel and to boast a true passion for philanthropy increases among new generations. But is it actually genuine? Is it beneficial to the other country and its inhabitants? Or is it a greedy way of making us feel charitable, while conveniently getting to explore somewhere new? By committing “voluntourism,” we become guilty of following our own interests of sightseeing and treating our so-called “service trip” as a vacation. While the trip should be devoted to serving the indigenous community and their land, it instead takes advantage of their resources. It is abusing the foreign country and disrespecting the indigenous people by absent-mindedly showing off first-world privilege in the belief that their attributes are ours for the taking. —H. Wohlenberg

CARLYN LACKEY / POLITICAL SCIENCE & AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES ’19

“Global citizenship is not about going over to another state/ country and simply posting pictures on social media—we educate ourselves first on the social, historical and political issues of the region and community that we will be visiting. Then, we experience the local culture firsthand, followed by reflection/ discussion of the topics we learn about with hopes of returning home and advocating for the injustices we discover. As students, it is important that we are not just perceived as voluntourists, but as humans who are growing in awareness of the intersectionality of all of our identities.”

IC Jamaica 2018

REFLECTION ON VOLUNTOURISM

MATTHEW PARSONS / PHILOSOPHY & THEOLOGY ’18

NICOLAS BRECEDA / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’18

Where did you go on your trip?

Where did you go on your trip?

I was fortunate enough to be part of the

Kingston, Jamaica from January 1-7, 2017.

leadership team for IC Cambodia last

How did the trip impac t you?

summer for two weeks. We accompanied the communities of NHCC (New Hope for Cambodian Children), an orphanage and school. We also spent time with Banteay Prieb, a Jesuit community focusing on teaching practical skills to people with both physical and mental disabilities.

Now I try to be way more aware of how any single one of us can do little actions that have the ability to make a huge difference in people’s lives. It makes me think about how fortunate I am to be living such a nice life and it keeps me motivated to work hard in order to help those who aren’t as

What did you learn?

fortunate as me. It really was helpful in

I hope I learnt to broaden my

getting other perspectives on life from

worldview and understand that all of our

a different part of the world.

narratives, whether we be in the US or Cambodia, are so tightly intertwined.

i g nac i o co m pan i o ns A program run by Campus Ministry, Ignacio Companions allows students the opportunity to offer a helping hand to communities around the world. IC programs strive to connect students’ faith and service through the Jesuit values. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN M. VENTURA PHOTOS PROVIDED BY S. HARTMAN

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E X P A N D I N G The sun never sets on the study abroad empire. With nearly 40 placements in countries across the globe, LMU Study Abroad engages students in diverse and immersive cultural programs. Seven students share the lasting impact of their experiences. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & V. PAREDES | DESIGN C. SANTANDER

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on Summer in Tuscany in Florence, Italy, Summer Session I 2017

GRACE WROBLEWSKI / THEATER & PSYCHOLOGY ’20

“Being able to learn art history and be in the places you’re learning about was beyond cool. There was so much visual stimulation and inspiration that made creating art such a joy. The settings for the classes made them feel like authentic cultural enrichment.”

on SLU Madrid in Madrid, Spain, Fall 2017

JAZMIN NAVATO / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“When you’re abroad, you want to take advantage of every moment because you know that you’re only there for a short time. I started to wonder why I don’t do that when I’m at LMU.I think I had forgotten that everyday is an opportunity to go out and experience the world. We get so caught up in our schedules and responsibilities—when I go back to the U.S., I want to really truly live every day to its fullest.”

on Budapest Film Program at ELTE in Budapest, Hungary, Fall 2017

ADDY BRUGGEMAN / SCREENWRITING & FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’19

“This program gives screenwriters an extremely inspiring space to find their own voice and focus on their work instead of getting caught up in daily life and other classes. Travel broadens the mind and makes a better writer.”

on Film & Television European Track in Bonn, Germany, Fall 2016

ARUN GULATI / FILM & TV PRODUCTION ’18

“The most impactful thing for me was experiencing other cultures and meeting the people that lived there. Berlin in particular was my favorite city; we visited the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, the Berlin Wall and Babelsburg film studio. Each experience within the city was so transformative, and it had such a rich culture and diverse identity.”

on Political Science Global Poverty & Theology Contemplatives in Action in Argentina, Fall 2017

ANNIE TRAFTON / POLITICAL SCIENCE ’19

“In this special program we had the opportunity to do service and take classes at the same time. The immersive structure is what really appealed to me in the first place. We analyzed some social justice issues pertaining to Argentina during the trip and we also worked directly with Argentinians in the community, which was awesome.”

on Christian Faith and Visual Culture in Rome, Summer Session 1 2017

JORDAN REHBOCK / ENGLISH & SPANISH ’18

“This trip contextualized culture, art and religion. It was a way to turn a modern experience into an appreciation for antiquity. I gained understanding of a distant past and Catholic roots and even got to see the Pope! We were literally just 20 feet away from him.”

on Film & Theology Studies in St. Andrews, Scotland, Fall 2017–Spring 2018

DANIELA VILLA SAHAGUIAN / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’19

“During this trip I met so many new people and made so many new friendships. I traveled a lot during my stay and experienced a different culture firsthand.”

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CRISTINA PINTOR / MARKETING & ACCOUNTING ’19

“Living abroad for four months showed me how we can learn from the world that surrounds us. Whether it was meeting new people from different countries and learning about their culture, or going to historic museums and famous landmarks, I developed a deep appreciation for venturing past my comfort zone and embracing the unknown.”

Arc de Triomphe // Paris, France

—THE—

While abroad in Madrid for fall semester, photographer Cristina Pintor spent every moment outside of class venturing around Europe—camera in hand. She shares her once-in-a-lifetime trip in these breathtaking photos. Where will your next destination be? WORDS H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS C. PINTOR

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

WeihnachtsZauber Gendarmenmarkt // Berlin, Germany

Clif fs of Moher // County Clare, Ireland

Pintor with Jazmin Navato (Communication Studies ’18) in Berlin, Germany

Sacré-Cœur // Paris, France

Eif fel Tower // Paris, France

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EXPRESS

TRAVEL Students navigate their desire to explore new worlds and meet new people while considering the history and culture of the people whose homes they visit. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & PROVIDED BY LMU STUDENTS DESIGN M. VENTURA

TR AVEL

BRIDGET O’CONNOR / ANIMATION ’20

A pink silhouette goes on vacation.

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NI HAO KATIE SCHEMBRI / ENGLISH ’18 N ĭ hăo a irborne. Fifteen hours. Nine hundred minutes. Fifty four thousa nd seconds. Wedged like a hippo forced into a sa rdine ca n. Don’t look, don’t touch wa lk ing through the listerine clea n f irst class. Those a re not for you. Diverse huma n punctures the a ir as your joints lock a nd load. One mov ie. Fifteen hours. Sa me mov ie. Sa me mov ie. Rubber f ish blended w ith thin a ir. Look a head, look a head. Over the sea, culture shifts. You ca n’t read. You ca n’t listen. You Obser ve. forbidden city Hello Mr. Mao. Tha nks for g reeting me at the door. Golden pimples cover the door-- g ive them a couple of high f ives, just for luck. Watch your step, step on the threshold you might as well just leave. Keeping ev il spirits out? We sha ll see | They ’ve never seen them before. Bra ids like a crow n on their head, papa ra zzi f lashing at U. S. like we a re the monuments. Concubines over here, w ife over there. They had a good life. Not good, just better. No, they had life. 1989 Don’t ta lk about it! Not a word. They didn’t protest at that statue. They didn’t sta nd up to their government leaders. They weren’t students cut from my sa me cloth. Ssshh, the ma n in g reen w ith a sta rred ba nd might think you k now the unspoken secret. Heavenly city? Ten thousa nd a re now truly in a heavenly city. Ta nks a nd g uns sent their inv itations. Peaceful turned v iolent. Are we a ny better? I’d rather just judge silently. stone boat Welcome to the summer crib. La kes, ser va nt built, enjoy. Mounta in, where do you think the dir t from the la ke went? Red dragon, lemonade sna ke, gecko g reen- made of pig ’s blood a nd horse ha ir clings to the f la mmable structures. Older tha n home. This was a vacation house? Wife’s whip in the water. Emera ld ma k ing the water dull aga inst its hull.

SPRECKELS

MCKENNA PETERSEN / MARKETING ’21

Taken while riding passenger in a car, this photograph transpor ts you to the tree lined road of Spreckels, California.

ba nned books Libra r y at a specia l request. A ll the little red books a re checked out. Oh this section? Let ’s keep it a secret. Huddled in a little corner ready to sha re. Broken bread hidden beneath his cloa k. How does it feel to be the minority for the f irst time in your life? wa ll da mn. This is pretty g reat. Rubble climbing? No machine could ma ke this--but ma n did. Wa lk ing on bones, it ’s ha rd not to trip.

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HEAD VS. HEART MCKENNA PETERSEN / MARKETING ’21 Her hea r t screa med to follow a n adventure, ta ke the risk a nd fa ll in love w ith life. But her head compelled a dif ferent stor y, one deep w ithin her comfor t zone. How do you f ight the log ic you ca n see w ith only the sense of a feeling that your hea r t may be right?

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zip?

WILL IT

Maybe you can’t believe you almost forgot your eyelash curler. Whew, that was a close one. Or maybe you pack two shirts and a single pair of pants and think turning everything inside out to the clean side will work just fine. Hey, to each their own. WORDS A. SIMON | DESIGN C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS A. LIOR

ON

OVERPACKING

CAMERON KAUFFMAN / THEATRE ARTS ’18 in conversation with ALEXANDER SIMON

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Hey!

Awesome! What was packing like for the

- toothpaste

Hey! What’s up?

trip? Could you give me a list of what you

- makeup

Tell me about your trip!

brought?

- earphones

Okay! So I went on a week-long summer

- Around seven or so tank tops

-charger

vacation to Cabo San Lucas with my family

- four shorts

- jewelry

to celebrate my birthday.

- one skirt

Woah that’s a lot! How many bags

That sounds like fun!

- three dresses

did you have to pack?

It was a lot of fun! I want to go back soon.

- three nice blouses

Two decent-sized bags.

Were there any experiences from the trip

- four swim suits

Is there anything different that you

that particularly stood out to you?

- two pairs of sandals

would have brought if you were

Going out on the water and seeing the

- one pair of flip flops

to do the trip over?

famous arch up close was really breathtaking

- one pair of heels

I would’ve brought less bathing suits

and surreal. Also, riding ATVs along the ocean

- one pair of tennis shoes

and probably more shirts lol.

and watching the big waves was really cool!

- sunscreen

HAHAHA nice!

Just being able to witness a different culture

- lotion

Well, thanks for sharing!

and style of living throughout the entire trip

- body wash

No problem!

was a really fun experience.

- toothbrush

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ON

BACKPACKING

MONTANA BRANCH / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’21 in conversation with ALEXANDER SIMON

Hey!

morning and it was still sort of dark and I just

Hey! What’s up?

sort of had this moment of heavy fear cause I

Tell me about your trip!

had 500 miles ahead of me. So I was standing

So it was about a 500 mile-hike across

kinda frozen in the street and no one was

the north of Spain!

around and I kinda just thought “okay... well

Woah! How long did that take you?

gotta start walking now I guess.” And just

I was out there for 40 days but only did 33

kept putting one foot in front of the other. It

days of actual walking. It started in Saint-Jean-

was very strange. // But most of the things

Pied-De-Port in France and went to Santiago,

I remember have to do with the amazing

Spain. And then there was an extra three-day

people I met.

portion at the end that went to the coast.

Oh? Like what?

How much stuff did you bring with you?

Well, after a few weeks I started seeing the

Just one bag.

same people and we developed a little

Wow that’s insane! What did you

Camino Familia (the hike is called El Camino)

have with you in your pack?

and we still have a group chat. But it was

- Two sets of clothes and one pair of leggings in case it was cold or raining. - Rain jacket.

like each person I met was put there for a specific reason and taught me the next thing I needed to learn and I as able to do the same

- A light sweater.

for others. It was really cool.

- Shower flip flops.

That’s so incredible! How many

- Small toiletries.

people were in the group and where

- I splurged on a t-shirt I would never hike in

were they from?

that I could wear at night when I was done for the day haha! - Foot care kit and some first aid stuff for all the walking and blisters. - Oh and water! That’s cool. Did you just alternate

Well I went by myself. But the group I sort of found my way into was about eight people. Two from Australia. One from South Africa. One from Ireland. Two from England. One from Denmark. And one from Wisconsin. There were other people Igot really close to

your clothes?

from South Africa and Ireland as well.

Nah, that would be gross! I would wash what I

Very nice. What do you think you would

wore that day at night and sleep in what I was

pack if you were to do the trip over?

going to hike in the next day to bed... Very

Probably the same exact thing!

simple living but it was actually nice.

I really didn’t miss having extra changes

That sounds really nice tbh. Were

of clothes and things like that. Anything

there any experiences that really

extra would really just get in the way and

stood out to you?

be annoying. Especially because I carried

Well the first day I started I hadn’t really met

everything on my back everyday!

anyone yet so I left the hostel early in the

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED 4 to 5 pounds chicken thighs 1/2 cup white vinegar 1/2 cup soy sauce 4 cloves garlic, crushed 1 teaspoon black peppercorns 3 bay leaves Optional: 6 Hardboiled Eggs

LORENZO’S CHICKEN ADOBO from THE PHILIPPINES

Combine the chicken thighs, vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, peppercorns and bay leaves in a large pot. Cover and marinate the chicken in the refrigerator for one to three hours. Bring the chicken to a boil over high heat. Lower the heat, cover and let simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove the lid and simmer until the sauce is reduced and thickened and the chicken is tender, about 20 more minutes. Serve with Garlic Fried Rice (recipe on next page). Optional: Shell as many hardboiled eggs as you’d like and add the eggs to the pot to marinate in the sauce.

T A S T E S

L I K E

HOME International students not only offer unique takes on topics inside and outside the classroom, but bring their customs and cultures as well. These hand-picked family recipes are so distinct, and so tasty, that you may not find them anywhere else. WORDS M. BRANCONIER, V. PAREDES & H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN M. VENTURA | PHOTOS A. LIOR

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED

CACIK from TURKEY

18 oz yogurt 3 cucumbers peeled and diced 1 tbsp olive oil 1 cup cold water 1 tsp salt ½ tsp pepper 3 garlic cloves finely chopped ¼ cup fresh dill weed finely chopped ¼ cup mint leaves, finely chopped ½ tsp oregano ¼ tsp hot red pepper flakes

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

Whisk the yogurt and olive oil together;

Pastry 2 ¼ cups plain flour 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp salt ½ cup unsalted butter 2 egg yolks ½ cup plus ½ tbsp cold water

then add the cucumber, garlic, and spices; mix until smooth; refrigerate for about four hours.

Cornish Pastry Filling 2 cups potato (diced) 1 cup swede (diced) 1 cup onion (chopped) 2 cups beef skirt (chopped) salt and pepper for taste 1 tbsp plain flour 3 tbsp butter 1 egg beaten

CORNISH PASTRIES from THE U.K.

Place flour, baking powder, salt, butter, and egg yolks into food processor and blend until mixture forms crumbs. Slowly add water until the pastry turns into a ball. Wrap the pastry in plastic wrap and refrigerate for an hour. For the filling, preheat oven to 180°C. roll out the pastry being careful not to tear. Season the vegetables with salt and pepper. Put the beef into a bowl and mix with flour. Place potatoes, swede, onions, and beef on one half of the pastry, leaving a gap around the edge. Brush the perimeter of the pastry circle with the beaten egg, then fold the pastry over the vegetables and meat and seal firmly. Make a steam hole in the center. Put pastries in oven and cook for 50 minutes.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED 6 cups steamed/cooked rice 3 tbsp garlic minced 2 tsp rock salt/any salt 3 tbsp cooking oil

GARLIC FRIED RICE from THE PHILIPPINES

Combine rice and salt then mix well. Heat

WHAT YOU’LL NEED 1 + 1/2 cup of cassava flour 1 cup of water 1 tablespoon of salt Butter Optional: Cheese

the pan and pour the cooking oil. When the oil is hot enough, put in the garlic and cook until color turns brown and texture is crispy

TAPIOCA from BRAZIL

Mix the one cup of cassava flour with salt and put the water mix with your hands. Keep mixing the mass, rubbing your hands and rolling the mass until it

Add half of the rice. Mix the rice well with

becomes tiny wet spheres. Now you need

the garlic while frying. (This is applicable for

a non-stick frying pan. Clean the surface

large rice quantities. If you are frying less

of the pan and sift the powder equally

than four cups of rice then you can put all

around the surface (if you want a thinner

the rice at once assuming that your pan is

tapioca you can use a sieve for this job).

large enough to handle the volume.) Add the

Cook for a while on both sides until the

remaining half then cook for five minutes or

wet power sticks together, then place on

until the rice is done. Remove from the pan

a plate and spread butter on one side,

and place in a serving plate. Garnish with

fold it and it’s finished!

fried garlic on top. Serve hot with the chicken adobo. Share and Enjoy! 103 style guide

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“When food is aesthetically pleasing people are willing to spend more and when it’s arranged nicely they are more likely to be proud of what they are eating. I think L.A. people take a lot of pride in the arrangement of their food.” ALICIA MOCK / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’21

#INSTAFOOD Photos of latte art, stacked acai bowls and adorable donuts inspire many of us to drive to the trendiest spots in LA—maybe attracting our eyes more than our stomachs. The instinct to grab for a phone instead of a fork raises the question of what we care about more: the flavor or possibility of racking up likes. WORDS A. SIMON, A. MARTINEZ, M. BRANCONIER & V. PAREDES DESIGN C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS PROVIDED BY LMU STUDENTS

Katrina Crosby @kitkat_trina (English & Political Science ’19)

Mikayla Petersen @mikaylapetersen (Recording Arts ’19)

Mikaela Ventura @mikaelaventura_ (Studio Arts ’18), Emily Teerasuphaset @emilyteera (Film & Television Production ’18), Brady O’Hara @bradyohara (Film & Television Production ’20), Mariangela Misceo @mariangelamisceo (Physics ’20), Breanne Schneider @breanneelaurenn (International Relations ’19)

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“I think this trend really embodies what food culture has become to our generation—more of a picture to be posted rather than how good the food was.”

CULTURE

INA BANGAWAN / BIOCHEMISTRY ’20

TREND

“I don’t understand why some get so upset about people taking pictures of their food. It’s fun and it doesn’t harm anyone. I think it’s a harmless trend that allows people to have memories of good times and good meals.” SUMMER PLAIR / SCREENWRITING ’19

“Social media is very convenient for finding new places to get food. You can easily look at the meals and where they are located. I think we post about food because we constantly have a need to be updating our friends with what we are doing. It’s a form of self-validation towards our own existence.”

SHARE

CRISTOBAL RUIZ / FILM & TV PRODUCTION ’18

Kate Dudek @magic_kate_ball (Film & TV Production ’20), Matthew Guhl @_matthew_thomas (Physics ’20), Lauren Arcolino @loarcolino (Marketing ’20), Courtney Sprouse @hayitscourtnay (Dance ’19), Samuel Waldow @sam.waldow (Film & TV Production ’19), Yue Wang @tiffany2wang (Studio Arts ’19), Emily Hubert @emilyhubert (English ’19), Lauren Baldwin @laurenbaldwinn (Psychology ’21), Alexandra Coletta @alexxcolettaa (Marketing ’20), Marina Babigian @marina_elle (Marketing & Studio Arts ’19), Alexandra Coletta @alexxcolettaa (Marketing ’20)

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HUMANS SODEXO

Whether they are handing over orange chicken and rice at Mein Bowl, a rib eye steak from Crimson Lion or a late-night burger from Iggy’s, over time we grow familiar with their faces but seldom hear their stories. WORDS M. BRANCONIER, A. MARTINEZ & V. PAREDES | DESIGN C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS C. PETTIT

ISIDRO MENDOZA

Executive Chef at Lair Marketplace

in conversation with AUSTIN MARTINEZ

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What do you do at LMU?

What are some things you

I oversee the personnel. There’s different

did before working here?

days that I’m focused on the cold side and

I’ve done this my whole life. My father

other days I’m in the back, hands-on and

was a chef and he introduced me to the

cooking. I’m still very involved. We have a

business. My first job was at place called

variety of tasks.

Ichabod Crane’s in Torrance. It was a

What do you look forward

very old traditional place with prime rib

to each year?

and all that stuff. I’ve worked in several

I always look forward to seeing the good

different places. That one was about five,

people that we work with. They’re very

six years. I worked at a hotel. I’ve also

self-disciplined and focused and take their

worked at Toyota headquarters.

job seriously. For me that’s exciting to see

How do you like working at LMU?

them come back and for us to have a strong

I like it here. I like interacting with the

team. It’s been a good year here so far.

customers, and that’s what this offers.

What is something most people

Sometimes I need to cover my coworkers

don’t know about you?

when they have to go to lunch—it’s exciting.

I believe in integrity. I believe in fairness,

I started out on the Stir Fresh station and

justice and all those good things. Being true

that’s all I did. But I got promoted about

to whomever you’re around, whether it’s

three years ago, and so now I get to move

coworkers or family—you just need to be real.

around more and do other things.

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ELSA CASTILLO

Serving at Lair Marketplace

in conversation with MICHAEL BRANCONIER

What do you look forward to each year? Everything with my job is good and I like it how it is. How are you? Cool. What has happened in your work life this year you won’t forget? When Chef Campos came back to work at LMU this year. What is something most people don’t know about you? I have an autistic son and I have been working at Sodexo for 27 years. What are some things you did before working here? I didn’t work before I worked here at Sodexo. I came about this job through my husband who was also working here.

“The thing about my work is I really like getting to know new students. I get to see new students coming into the University and see them when they are so young and scared in this new place. But over time I see them change and grow.” ROSARIO RENDON / SERVING AT EINSTEIN’S BAGELS & CARIBOU COFFEE

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“All of the students are so nice here. I love coming to work and providing quality service to the students. It’s like they have become my family.” CHANO RODRIGUEZ / SERVING AT THE LAIR MARKETPLACE

LUIS ARGUETA

Serving at Founders Pavilion Pi zza Hut

in conversation with VANEZA PAREDES

What do you look forward to each year? Providing quality service, and I am looking forward to students having another successful year at LMU. What has happened in your life this year you won’t forget? I really enjoy working with people. Over the summer, I worked at the Lair and got so many compliments about my food and my work. That was a great experience. What is something most people don’t know about you? I am a flower designer, and I also know sign language. How did you come to LMU and this job? Before this job, I used to work at Macy’s in the credit department. They closed the department and offered the employees cash or another job in a different department. I chose the cash, and then heard about this job at LMU from one of my friends who was a retail manager at the time. I started working here exactly seven years ago.

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VERONICA ORGANISTA

Executive Chef at Roski Dining Hall

in conversation with MICHAEL BRANCONIER

What have you experienced at work this year that you won’t forget? I was promoted to executive chef at Roski’s. What is something most people don’t know about you? I’m physically challenged when it comes to texting. My thumbs are short and stubby—not text friendly. What are some things you did before holding your current position? In the spring of 2015 I started off as a Sous Chef at the Lair under (then) Executive Chef Dana Massimiani—now our Director of Operations. I have since been promoted twice and am now at Roski Dining on the west side of campus in University Hall. I have worked in many positions in the food industry for almost 20 years now. I have been a short-order cook, line cook, food runner, pizza girl, expediter and so on at different locations and companies. It has all been lots of fun.

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IN THE LIFE OF A STUDENT WORKER MIKKO EGUIA / FINANCE ’20 in conversation with MICHAEL BRANCONIER

Time stamp: Feb. 7, 2018 4 p.m.

not let it affect academics and work.

Hey Mikko! I saw you on one of the carts

Why do you say that?

around campus! I didn’t know you were in

Being a good student and a good worker

the Student Worker Program.

are very important to me and I worry about

Hi Michael! Haha yeah, I’m actually a

falling short somedays because of the

manager so I look over scheduling the

unexpected. What helps is just knowing that

other assistants’ work and correct anything

my supervisors and professors here are just

if needed. I also work on special projects

so helpful and understanding.

that my supervisors assign me. It gets busy

What pushes you to keep working?

around here! During the day, I’m pretty

This program is successful because of each

much at work when I’m not in class.

person’s strong commitment to it and we

That’s quite a commitment.

have a responsibility to uphold its legacy.

I think every Student Worker would agree,

I’m part of a team and I have to carry my

you just get used to this constant moving

own weight every day and I can’t let them

pace and routine.

down just because I don’t want to go to

Lol sounds like you’re all over the place.

work. It’s a huge mental game but it’s

What helps you keep it together?

completely worth it.

It definitely gets easier with the help of the

It sounds like a really great program.

other Student Workers who understand

I have to get going but I hope to see you

the most. Time management is definitely a

around campus sometime soon!

day to day struggle but the brilliant people

Read.

that I’m constantly surrounded by help me juggle it all.

LMU’S STUDENT WORKER PROGRAM

Student Workers are given the opportunity to live and work on campus on a year-round basis while earning money. The Student Worker Program is comprised of 24 students, contributing across campus in various University departments. The Student Workers retain a demanding schedule obliging them to develop time management skills during their years of involvement.

WORDS M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN R. PATACSIL PHOTOS C. PETTIT

What’s the hardest part? The most challenging part for sure is dealing with things out of your control and trying to

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ALPHA DELTA GAMMA

2 & ONE LIE

LIAM ROGERS / MATHEMATICS ’21

“1: All fraternities do is party. 2: Brotherhood lasts longer than four years. 3: Fraternities provide great networking opportunities.”

T• R • U • T• H • S

LIE 1: All fraternities do is party.

Many of us have false perceptions of Greek Life before even stepping foot on campus for the first time. These Greeks bust the rumors and spill on what the experience is really like. WORDS M. BRANCONIER, A. MARTINEZ & H. WOHLENBERG | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS A. LIOR, C. PETTIT & T. MARKS

PI BETA PHI KATIE KINGSMORE / MANAGEMENT ’20

“1: Greek life is relevant after college. 2: Anyone can participate in Greek philanthropy events. 3: Sororities and fraternities are strictly social organizations.” LIE 3: Sororities and fraternities are strictly social organizations.

For Pi Beta Phi’s philanthropy, Read, Lead, Achieve, Tess Siri (Mechanical Engineering ’20) competes against other Greeks for the Sorority & Fraternity Life Cup.

BETA THETA PI DAVIS NANN / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’19

“1: You’ll create lifelong relationships. 2: When you join one org, you’re stuck to that group throughout your time here. 3: The pledging process will be one of the most challenging experiences you’ll undergo in your college career.” LIE 2: When you join one org, you’re stuck to that group throughout your time here.

Beta Theta Pi brother Ror y Bruemmer (Mechanical Engineering ’20) flags down passing freshmen on Alumni Mall during Recruitment Week.

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DELTA GAMMA GILLIAN BOSS / STUDIO ARTS ’19

“1: You find your best friends through Greek life. 2: Greek life helps you grow as a person. 3: Greek life is terrible and all we care about is drinking or where the next party is.”

GREEK LIFE

LIE 3: Greek life is terrible and all we care about is drinking or where the next party is.

Armaan Zare (Biology ’18), Justin Deninger (Music ’19), Geo Soer yadjaya (Political Science ’18) and David Toma (Studio Arts ’18) compete at Lip Sync for Delta Gamma Phi’s philanthropy The Red Cross. Raising funds for Delta Gamma’s philanthropies—Ser vice for Sight and The Los Angeles Blind Children’s Center— Julia Marzovilla (English ’18) participates in Anchor Splash at the Burns Rec Center Pool on October 22.

DELTA SIGMA PHI ALEX LORENZ / ENGLISH ’18

“1: We want every member to have a uniform set of interests, personalities and outcomes. 2: Running a fraternity is almost exactly like running a business. 3: I’ve had more opportunities to give back and participate in community service than I ever would’ve expected.” LIE 1: We want every member to have a uniform set of interests, personalities and outcomes.

TRI DELTA JACKIE GALVEZ / BIOLOGY ’18

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LIE 2: Sorority life would not include as much service-based projects as I was originally looking for.

Tossing up their Tri Delta sign, Emily Forest (Theatre Arts ’18), Kaityln Ryan (Film & T V Production ’18) and Tygre Patchell-Evans (Communication Studies & Political Science ’20) compete at Lip Sync for their philanthropy, St. Jude’s Children Foundation.

“1: In my Greek organization, I would find people I deeply connect with and a place to call home at LMU. 2: Sorority life would not include as much service-based projects as I was originally looking for. 3: Tri Delta’s philanthropic partner, St. Jude Children Research Hospital, would be an organization I am passionate about.”

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H AV E YOU

H EAR D ?

BIRD BATH If students weren’t thrown into Foley fountain for their birthday, they would get tossed in the Bird Nest pool instead.

From ghost sightings in Rains Hall to gossip of Iggy not really being a lion, difficult-to-prove rumors trickle down through the years. We tracked down evidence of many of these legends, but the legitimacy of some remain a mystery. WORDS E. HUBERT & M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS C. PETTIT & WILLIAM H. HANNON LIBRARY DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES & SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

Pool (circa 1970s)

UNDERGROUND There is an tunnel running from St. Rob ’s to Xavier Hall.

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Sunken Garden (1982)

WHEN IT R AINS, IT POURS Engineering students improvised a floating craf t and paddled from one end of a flooded Sunken Garden to the other.

UNCONFIRMED UHALL RUMORS The elevators are never on the same floor at the same time. // The building is built into the hill to eliminate damage during an earthquake. // There is a bunker located below UHall to keep the POTUS safe in the event of nuclear bombing. // Howard Hughes once used UHall as a hanger for his planes. // LMU spent more than $1 million for the bridge connecting UHall to campus. // Howard Hughes was paranoid and made the building bomb-proof.

FINDING GOD IN ALL THINGS The original layout for Loyola University’s campus resembled a cross, with the head being situated at Sacred Heart Chapel. (1969)

BOMB.COM On April 26, 2004, now remembered as “Bomb Day,” a Silicon Beach construction project found two W WII-era bomb casings less than 300 yards from campus. As a result, all classes were cancelled and the University was evacuated.

HOME GAMES Gilmore Stadium ser ved as a venue for Loyola University of Los Angeles college football games. (circa 1930s-1940s)

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L.A.

BEN BELLEVUE / SCREENWRITING ’18

“I love going to events. Art shows that pop up for a month or a preview for a movie. Los Angeles is awesome for having unique things going on, to an almost overwhelming degree.”

(lef t) Claire Lanuza (Theatre Arts ’20) looking for her next big break. (below)

Sebastian Pereira (Economics ’20) does a handstand at Playa Del Rey beach.

Trendy restaurants, a busy nightlife and only a quick jaunt

down to the beach are just a few of the perks of our Los Angeles campus. Taking a study break has never sounded better. WORDS M. BRANCONIER & A. SIMON | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS C. PETTIT & J. MCLENNAN

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Joel Kramer (Marketing ’18), Nicole Muldoon (Psychology & English ’17), Patrick Gibson (graduate student) and Chris Fredlund (graduate student) pause for a quick bite during First Friday on Abbot Kinney.

SAM ABRAHAMS / SCREENWRITING ’20

“My favorite thing to do off campus is exploring different neighborhoods in L.A. I also love finding filming locations from my favorite movies and TV and seeing what they look like in real life.”

THE FIVE-STAR UBER EXPERIENCE

“There was this one time where I went in an Uber and they had bowls of candy, water and disco lights inside. Also, like all of the best Ubers, they had an auxcord. What was really cool about

(above) Taydin Macon (International Relations ’21)

spends time away from campus at Malibu Creek State Park. (below) Hallie Ryan (Sociology ’20) and Marc Moreno-Takegami (Health & Human Sciences ’18) hot-tubbing at a downtown apartment complex.

this particular ride was that the

UB ER

disco lights went with the beat of whatever song I played.” JULIA PALMER / ENGLISH ’18

THE ONE-STAR UBER EXPERIENCE

“‘What if I told you that you are an immortal spiritual being?’ Throughout the course of the next hour, [my Uber driver] manages to hand me four informational pamphlets and his own coupon code card for discounts at the Scientology store. I wanted to cry the entire time, because he kept making sure I was paying attention, looking back to make sure I was. I couldn’t zone out for a second without him reeling me back in.”

Blake Jackson (Screenwriting ’21) at a well-known L.A. landmark.

LAUREN DELISLE / SCREENWRITING ’18

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O N CO L L A B O R AT I N G O N A N D O F F T H E CO U R T CHARLES BOYCE / SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ’18 MEN’S TENNIS

“I think it’s good to not be so one dimensional. You learn a lot more from different opportunities and meeting new people. Not only do you learn a lot, but you also have the opportunity to teach other people too.”

O N I N T E R N I N G AT I G N I T E D

NCAA athletes &

INTERNSHIPS

“Coming from sports, I’m very team oriented so I think my favorite part of my internship is the teamwork. We’ll have meetings to go over the agenda for the day and people will take assignments, but we’ll also collaborate, which makes it more of a tag-team effort. Everyday is different—I never know exactly what I’m going to get. But that’s the fun of it.” ANNA ROMEKA / MARKETING ’18 WOMEN’S TENNIS

WORDS M. BRANCONIER, V. PAREDES & A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN A. CLIVE PHOTOS P. REILLY & T. MARKS

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O N I N T E R N I N G AT LO C A L I T E L A ANNA ROCCUCCI / ENGLISH ’18 CHEER

“My motivation comes from my love and appreciation for the opportunities that LMU provides. Not only do I get to continue to pursue a sport (cheerleading) that I have been in for 15 years now, but I am able to utilize my education and LMU’s central location to work in Los Angeles and gain wonderful experience.”

ON INTERNING FOR FOOD TRIBE

“I love being busy. I can’t have an empty schedule, otherwise I won’t get anything done. When I’m in a time crunch, I actually get things done. That’s when I’m the most productive. I love swimming, I love working hard and I love learning in school.” ISABEL WILLIS / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’19 WOMEN’S SWIM

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ESPERÉR

“Southeast Middle School, a public school located in a predominantly Latino community, is one of the poorest middle schools in the Los Angeles School District. These kids, while sometimes dealing with issues such as immigration or poverty, have reminded me what hope is. They put their hearts and souls into their skits and plays, trying to make a little change on their campus. I think we, as college students, can learn a lot from these kids and find ways to continually serve others off the bluff.” EMELY MORALES / POLITICAL SCIENCE ’19

In addition to serving at local grade schools, Esperér also advocates for victims of human trafficking around the world.

IGNATIANS

“There are days where our help won’t be needed, and there are moments where we won’t know what to do. To accompany is to follow through and be present with the community you are serving. Even if sometimes you can’t help, just being there shows compassion.” ANTON LAHIRLE / INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ’19

S • E • R •V •I •C•E On & Off

THE BLUFF

Whether it’s visiting kids at a local school or picking up trash at Dockweiler Beach, every effort counts.

Generations of Iggies throw up their sign for a picture at an alumni event at 186th Street Elementary School to celebrate Ignatians’ 35th anniversary.

WORDS V. PAREDES, A. MARTINEZ & A. SIMON | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS PROVIDED BY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

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CRE ARE “The service I do through Creare has truly become my ‘heart work.’ I originally started teaching math and English but transitioned to the music program because I have 10 years of training in piano and piano theory that I had abandoned when I got to LMU. Hence, Creare has been my outlet to pursue music again and share my love for it with kids who would not have had the resources to do so otherwise.” SEBASTIAN PEREIRA / INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ’20

Members get together for a silly group shot at their event, Fright Night. Creare’s service sites include Mar Vista Family Center, Ascencion Catholic School and 826LA.

Samantha Burton (Screenwriting ’18) presses for change at the Women’s March in Downtown L.A. on January 20.

GRYPHON CIRCLE “I love that week after week I have been welcomed into this community with open arms by both the students and the teachers. Since St. Columbkille School serves a Latinx community, I am able to connect with the students and teachers on a cultural and linguistic level.” VERONICA YEPIZ / LIBERAL STUDIES ’18

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CBA

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTR ATION Hilton Center for Business is home to the College of Business Administration. With studies ranging from Applied Information Management Systems (AIMS) to Marketing, business students are undoubtedly climbing the stairway to success. WORDS E. HUBERT, H. WOHLENBERG, M. BRANCONIER & V. PAREDES | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS T. MARKS

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STAIRWAY TO SUCCESS When it comes to business, it’s all about who you know and the experiences you have under your belt. For that reason, internships are believed to be the key to success. How crucial is this foundation in regard to the progression of future professional careers? “I am interested in business because of the real-world applications it has for my life. Business skills are relevant to many, if not all, aspects of our lives. It is important to understand how you can improve a company by helping it become a leader in its respective industry while positively contributing to greater society.” TOMMY SCULLY / BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ’18

“Working in a corporate industry is a good way to help learn techniques and skills from higher-ups. It helped me gain experience and allowed me to work with people who really had inside knowledge of the field.” DELANEY ENGLERT / MARKETING ’19

“Through my internship, I learned how important it is to take advantage of my last year at LMU. It’s hard to balance life when you work 40 hours a week, and you really don’t have time to do things you may want to do. So, I am taking advantage of having extra time now to do things I want to do.” JOEL KRAMER / ACCOUNTING ’18

“Because I want to go into entertainment, I have gained so much intellectual information about the industry just by being around people that are in it. I am also learning a lot about myself, what I like doing and what I don’t.” JORDYN REILLY / FINANCE ’20

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INNOVARTION AMAZING UPSTREAM A N A LY S I S C R E AT I V E OPPORTUNITIES PHENOMENAL A P P L I C AT I O N C O R P O R AT I O N GOOD E X H I L I R AT I N G INSPIRED I N N OVAT I V E I L L U M I N AT I V E NETWORKING REWARDING IMMERSIVE RIGOROUS FULFILLING HOLISTIC FINANCE AMBITION INSPIRING A D VA N TAG E O U S DEBIT S/CREDIT S INTER ACTIVE CHALLENGING SELF-EXPRESSION #JESU-LIT ENGAGING THRILLING CHALLENGING STRUGGLING TRASH DATA B A S E S BALANCED C O L L A B O R AT I V E IDK C U M U L AT I V E ENDURANCE


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BALANCED C O L L A B O R AT I V E IDK C U M U L AT I V E ENDURANCE DRAINING ENGAGING I N V I G O R AT I N G ENRICHING TOM-FOOLERY HARD S O U L- C R U S H I N G SCAM NETWORKING EVOLUTIONARY M U LT I FA C E T E D ACCRUAL SERVERS I N V I G O R AT I N G PROVOCATIVE WITTY EVENTFUL ENRICHING PROCR ASTINATION WELL-ROUNDED BIG-PICTURE ADVENTUROUS RESPONSIBILITY SHAREHOLDERS FINANCIAL FUN CRAMMING EQUITY BITCOIN SALES EXCEL CODIFICATION PR ACTICAL SUCCESS OVERWHELMING ANALYTICS ALL-NIGHTERS STOCKS START-UP PRESENT-VALUE APPEALING WORTHWHLE ACCESS


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A QUOTE FROM RUBEN CHAVEZ I TRY TO LIVE BY IS, “I KNOW YOU HAVE BIG DREAMS FOR YOURSELF BUT DON’T FORGET TO APPRECIATE HOW FAR YOU’VE COME. REMEMBER THE DAYS YOU PRAYED FOR THE THINGS YOU HAVE NOW.”

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A DAY IN T HE LIFE O F EVA

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Eva Amantea & Travis Bryant (actor and YouTube vlogger with 210K subscribers).

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Amantea & Sierra Dallas (Instagram celebrity with 1.2 million followers)

Amantea & Andrew Foy (YouTube musician with 1.1 million subscribers known for his covers of popular songs)

Sarah Hamilton (Film & TV Production ’19), Nathalie Boltt (actress on The CW’s Riverdale series) & Amantea

IN THE LIFE OF A YOUTUBE PER SONALIT Y EVA AMANTEA / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’19 in conversation with ALEX SIMON

Time stamp: Feb. 13, 2018 3:47 p.m.

My subscription numbers jumped in the

Oh? Interesting! How so?

publicist contact. I’m no different. A quote

Hey!

beginning of my sophomore year of high

Well, the barriers between them have

from Ruben Chavez I try to live by is, “I know you have big dreams for yourself but don’t

Hi!

school. I gained a lot of followers from

seemed to fade. Like right now I am taking

What’s up?

my interviews with dancers. I also started

a class called Primetime Crime where we

forget to appreciate how far you’ve come.

I heard that you interview celebrities,

sharing my content on Fullscreen and was

analyze crime TV shows from a critical

Remember the days you prayed for the

is that true?

even more motivated.

media standpoint. I’ve spoken to a main

things you have now.”

Yeah!

How do you balance all this with school?

character on one show we watched, NCIS,

It’s tough balancing so much! It’s good

Can you tell me how you got involved

I take summer classes between May and

multiple times. I like seeing things come

that you’ve found ways to hit a reset

in doing that?

August, and that helps me make time for

full circle.

button. Thanks for sharing with me!

OK it’s a bit of a long story, haha!

interviews during the year without so

That’s great that you’ve been able to

Of course!

I came across a concert benefit for the

much of the stress. On rare occasions, a

find ways to bring your interests into the

Read.

ASPCA on Facebook back in 2011 and was so

red-carpet event will fall on a day before a

classroom. But what about bad days?

adamant about going that I asked the team

big essay is due, in which case I have to use

A lot of people always say, “I’m legit jealous

in charge if I could do interviews. Luckily,

my time sitting in Ubers to type a page or

of your life,” or “You must have the perfect

a freelance videographer who also was

two en route.

life.” I want to make it clear that this is

scheduled to attend needed a host. I did

That’s a smart strategy. How do you stay

NOT true. Some days I’m just dreading

the interview for his company, ShoeString

motivated to do well, both in school and

interviewing for whatever reason.

Videos, and just a few days later I created

your passion?

I see.

my own YouTube channel.

I feel like my academic life at LMU goes

One thing that I’m sure many hosts will tell

Oh OK, cool! And when did you

hand in hand with my interviewing life in

you is that we always strive for that next

start “blowing up?”

Hollywood.

interview, that next award show, that next

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WORDS A. SIMON DESIGN R. PATACSIL PHOTOS T. MARKS

I N T E R V I E W D AY 9:30 a.m. Wake up, make a big cup of coffee, brush teeth, do makeup & walk up the hill to LMU 11:20 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Class 2:45 p.m. Walk back to Playa Vista 3:30 p.m. Retouch makeup, pick out outfit, pack microphone/ camera equipment & make social promo posts about upcoming interviews 4:30-5:30 p.m. Uber to Hollywood with videographer 6 p.m. Press check-in 6:30 p.m. Start interviewing until carpet closes 8:30 p.m. Head to a nearby restaurant for dinner 9:30 p.m. Uber back home, finish homework & relax before bed

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SCHOOL OF FIL M & TELE VISION If coffee is not enough to keep School of Film and Television students going on set, it is the rush and excitement of seeing their work come to life in front of the camera. Recognized as one of the top film schools in the nation, SFTV strives to create groundbreaking content and noteworthy media makers. WORDS E. HUBERT, H. WOHLENBERG, A. MARTINEZ & A. SIMON | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTO C. PETTIT

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#METOO From the first shock of the Harvey Weinstein scandal to the outbreak of movements in response, film students face a tough journey ahead in an industry historically polluted with corrupt power brokers–yet they see hope in how they can make a change. Here they offer reactions and reflections on how they are moving forward. “Though the dialogue has now shifted from Hollywood specifically to rape culture and the prevalence of sexual assault/harassment in a general sense, I truly hope it actually leaves a profound effect on an industry that changes so slowly.” MADISON FOOTE / SCREENWRITING ’20

“Despite being appalled at the number of people who have been affected by sexual harassment in their school and work places, I am impressed by the amount of support that has flooded my feed. I believe that the revelation has allowed a large number of men and women who have been silenced by the industry and the culture to regain their voices.” LIZ HOLLAND / FILM AND TV PRODUCTION & ENGLISH ’18

“The entertainment industry can no longer simply talk about social justice issues, boasting from their high platforms in the public eye and running successful PR campaigns to suggest change; there must be tangible, permanent change that permeates all facets of our business.” COLTON KUGLER / FILM AND TV PRODUCTION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’19

“Seeing nearly every celebrity donning black at award ceremonies like the Golden Globes put a smile on my face because it represents that we’re no longer keeping sexual assault a secret. It’s no longer a taboo subject. It’s real and it needs our attention, especially in the entertainment industry.” ELLIS SENGER / FILM AND TV PRODUCTION ’20

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THRILLING INTER ACTIVE INSPIRING S T I M U L AT I N G I M AG I N I AT I V E CO L L A B O R AT I O N N O S TA LG I C CO L A B O R AT I V E ENLIGHTENMENT IMMERSIVE FRESH P O S T- P O S T M O D E R N FLORESCENT VIBRANT CRISIS-INDUCING WORKAHOLIC C I N E M AT I C ORNSTEIN HECTIC S O C I O - E C O N O M I C- T A X A T I O N F O R M AT I V E PRESSURE DOPE LOL EFFORTFUL EMPOWERING COMPETITIVE EN T ERTA I N G I N G PLANE EXPENSIVE INTERCONNECTED EXHAUSTING F LO CC I N A U C I N I H I L I P I L I F I C AT I O N RIVETING REWARDING P I VOTA L ENGAGING C R E AT I V E ENLIGHTENING GOOMBAH


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P I VOTA L ENGAGING C R E AT I V E ENLIGHTENING GOOMBAH I L LU M I N AT I N G E X H I L I R AT I N G SUPERSONIC F O U N DAT I O N A L ROLLERCOASTER EYE-OPENING B U B B LY ENLIGHTENING POINTS! T R A N S F O R M AT I V E UNEXPECTED DONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T INTER ACTIVE DIVERSE RIGOROUS SELF-AC TUALIZING DETERMINISTIC SLEEP-DEPRIVED REWARDING INSPIRED WORTHWHILE EMPOWERING OVERWHELMING CHAOTIC S T I M U L AT I N G YIKES MESSY REVOLUTIONARY FR AC ENTHUSIASM INVITING PECULIAR SELF-SE ARCHING P R O C R A S T I N AT I O N AAAAAAAAAAAUUUUUGGGGHHHH UNDERWHELMING ACTION CIRCUMLOCUTORY AGGR ANDIZED EX ACTING MESSY SUFFERING AHHH


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IT’S AMAZING TO SEE IT ACTUALLY COME TO FRUITION, NOT JUST BECAUSE OF MY WORK BUT THROUGH THAT OF EVERYONE ELSE INVOLVED. EVERYONE ELSE ALSO PUTS IN LITTLE CREATIVE PIECES OF THEMSELVES TO THEIR DEPARTMENT OR ROLES. IN MY OPINION THAT’S WHAT MAKES A PROJECT FEEL REAL, WHEN IT’S TOUCHED BY MANY HANDS.

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A DAY IN T HE LIFE O F KEYSHAWN

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IN THE LIFE OF A PERSON OF FILM MAKER

A NOTE FROM THE REPORTER

KEYSHAWN GARRAWAY / FILM & TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’18

Unfortunately Keyshawn Garraway (Film & Television Production ’18) was focused on his 400 senior thesis and unable to give a full breakdown of his schedule. Garraway’s film Hate, is set in an alternate world where being rude is considered the social norm. On top of producing his film, he has been working on other student projects as well as interning with Panavision through the Academy Gold Intern Program. Garraway said the following about his film. —A. Simon

in conversation with ALEX SIMON

Time stamp: Jan. 12, 2018 10:31 a.m.

interview?

Hey Keyshawn, would you be down to do

Read.

an interview for the yearbook?

Time stamp: March 04, 2018 9:20 a.m.

The piece is about how people balance

Sorry to keep bugging you man. Is there

their extracurriculars and school.

any way we could do that interview?

Hey man! Yeah I’m definitely down. I’m a

Ah man, my schedule has been so packed. I

little busy at the moment though. I’m a little

don’t think I can do today.

tied up with my internship at Panavision.

What’s going on?

Oh, no problem man! We can always find a

I’m working at the Oscars.

better time.

What?! That’s awesome!

Sounds good.

Yeah I’m super excited!

Time stamp: Feb. 10, 2018 8:10 p.m.

Anyways I have to get ready so I’ll talk to

Just checking in. Is there anyway we can

you later.

do that interview sometime soon?

Time stamp: March 17, 2018 4:04 p.m.

I don’t know, it’s been pretty crazy. I’m

Could you do the interview today?

gearing up to direct my 400 film. There’s

I’m sorry dude, I’m gonna be on set all day.

still a lot to do.

Read.

Ok, I’ll touch base with you maybe when things die down.

“It’s amazing to see it actually come to fruition, not just because of my work but through that of everyone else involved. Everyone else also puts in little creative pieces of themselves to their department or roles. In my opinion that’s what makes a project feel real, when it’s touched by many hands.”

WORDS A. SIMON | DESIGN R. PATACSIL PHOTOS C. PETTIT

Time stamp: Feb. 23, 2018 2:42 p.m.

Hey dude, any chance we could do that

Alex Simon (English ’18) and Alexander Dulak (Film & Television Production ’18) collaborate with Garraway to set up framing.

Actress Kayla-Marie Gaskin creeps through the bushes during a take.

Garraway discusses the shot list with assistant director Mackenzie Clark (Film & Television Production ’21).

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PURSUING PASSIONS, CHASING DREAMS You know the stigma: if you aren’t studying to be a doctor or the CEO of Apple, you aren’t going to make enough money or you’re in a “pointless” major. Artists share their experience facing this challenge to keep pursuing their dreams. “I think people mainly joke about ‘starving artists,’ but I think it comes from a real place. Personally though, it’s never really discouraged me because I know if I was a STEM major and got a job in that field I would be extremely unhappy. I think I’d rather enjoy my work than have to worry about the money that comes out of it.” HENRY CRAGG / STUDIO ARTS ’20

“No matter how hard the journey is, I know that if I work as hard as I can, that the opportunities will come to me if it’s meant to be. I know that dancing is my passion and that I will be paid in ways that are more valuable than simply money. I think that people starve in other ways by not following their dreams, so I encourage everyone to take the risk, and pursue what makes you the happiest.” TIFFANY DRINGMAN / DANCE ’20

“Honestly, I know I’m going for a risky profession and I know I’m getting a risky degree but I wouldn’t be doing it if I could be happy doing anything else. I know the risk that I’m taking but I’m happy to take it.” MELISSA GREEN / THEATRE ARTS ’18

“People have told me to consider double majoring or picking up a minor so that I’ll have a job that ‘actually pays’ while I purse an occupation in the arts. It can definitely be discouraging to hear someone underestimate your career choice based on the starving artist stigma. However, I don’t allow these comments to cause me to falter in my passion for the arts. Instead I let them fuel me to work even harder in order to prove that my decision was the right one.” OLIVIA ORESKOVICH / THEATRE ARTS ’20

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COLLEGE OF COM MUNIC ATION & FINE ARTS

The soft-clay sculptures in the Burns Fine Art Center “Makerspace” are representative of the education provided by the School of Communication and Fine Arts; the body in itself is a tool of effective communication and creative expression. WORDS E. HUBERT, H. WOHLENBERG, A. MARTINEZ & A. SIMON | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTO C. PINTOR

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I M AG I N AT I V E EVOKING AVA N T- G A R D E B R E AT H TA K I N G FA M I LY MACHA EMPOWERING INSPIRING I N N OVAT I V E E V O LV I N G COLORFUL NOCTURNAL FRUITFUL DIVERSE REHEARSAL HAPPINESS NICOLE IMPAC TFUL OPPORTUNITY RIGOR GROWTH WHOLISTIC EUROPEAN DAVID C A P T I VAT I N G HAPPINESS IMPAC TFUL OPPORTUNITY RIGOR GROWTH MURPHY WHOLISTIC ALEXANDER C A P T I VAT I N G CONSUMING ENRICHING HOLISTIC MOMENTOUS SCHEIBEL VALUABLE


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ENRICHING HOLISTIC MOMENTOUS SCHEIBEL VALUABLE COLORFUL REWARDING F R . TA N G CHALLENGING PRISON E N T E R TA I N G I N G GARLAND S T I M U L AT I N G CRYPTIC SAERI C U R AT E D SELF-DISCOVERY ECLECTIC I N F U R I AT I N G LAB FEE M E TA P H O R I C RIDICULOUS NORMAND SHENANIGANS INTER ACTIVE RUDY VULNERABLE HUMBLING C O L L A B O R AT I V E LIT ONECARD GENESIS DELICIOUS ENLIGHTENING GALLERY BRODSKY SLEEPLESS IDENTITY HOME SCALIN KERNING LEADING WOKE INTERDISCIPLINARY FOLEY AEROSOLS SYMPOSIUM BARNELLE


ON PRODUCING MUSIC MATT GOODEN / CIVIL ENGINEERING ’19 MEN’S SOCCER

“Outside of school and sports, I also pursue music. I have a hobby of music production and DJing. I mainly make electronic music, house music, trap music— stuff like that. Every now and then I’ll do a DJ set somewhere.”

O N C A P T U R I N G A Y E A R I N O N E -S E CO N D C L I P S

“It’s really important to know you’re more than just a volleyball player. I know that volleyball is a really huge part of my life, but it’s not my life. Although I spend so many hours of the week dedicated to my sport, I have other passions as well and other things that I love to do. It’s all about balance. Having those other passions really helps me have that mental break that I need.” SAVANNAH SLATTERY / MARKETING ’20 WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

NCAA athletes &

C R E AT I V I T Y WORDS M. BRANCONIER & A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN A. CLIVE PHOTOS T. MARKS, C. PINTOR & J. MCLENNAN

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O N PA I N T I N G

“I usually prioritize academics and athletics, but I like to spend some of my freetime painting. I started painting because my mom liked to and I wanted to do an activity that would bring us closer together.” MATT BRAUN / FINANCE ’19 MEN’S WATER POLO

ON GE T TING INKED NIKO DECOLATI / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’19 BASEBALL

“I love being able to tell my story through art. I think it’s a pretty cool concept. We have to live in this body for the rest of our lives, and it’s what we have been given, so I think it’s fun to decorate it with stories and be able to express myself.”

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EXPRESS

SELF

Whether grappling with identity, acknowledging personal growth or contemplating individual experience, students take on the concept of the self through poetry and art. WORDS A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN M. VENTURA

YESIK A PAIGE PREVOST / FILM AND TV PRODUCTION ’18 in the style of The Glass Essay by Anne Carson There was a poetr y reading in Boyle Heights w ith the fat, f ly, Sa lvadoreña Yesika Sa lgado She read about love a nd hea r tbrea k, including when she has broken her ow n hea r t Two friends ca me w ith me Mother says that these new poets don’t k now how to w rite They do k now how to reach My two friends both could relate, just hav ing had their hea r ts broken I suppose one ca n a lways relate to things like that, but maybe, hopefully not She read her favorite poem I forgot what it was ca lled But they had tea rs in their eyes Later, friend Tif fa ny told Yesika how much she mea nt to her They took a picture together a nd then we left Espacio 1839 a nd took steps outside We passed f lower bike racks a nd the tow n that has been a pa r t of our ex periences together a nd looked up the street at Ma riachi Pla za Yesika did not w rite about future hea r tbrea ks I g uess one could refer to them as current too, the Ma riachis a nd other Boyle Heights people The population that is getting moved out, in favor of Weird Waves of Cof fee a nd ha lf a million dolla r homes a nd I imag ined a poem about the tea rs TEA RS The tea rs that w ill hit the hea r tfoa m of the mispronounced ca fé sending a crack through the middle.

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SELF-PORTR AIT (ABOVE) RALPH EURICH PATACSIL / STUDIO ARTS ’18 This self-por trait is an expression of cultural estrangement as a result of my longing to connect with my upbringing in Chamorro culture despite being ethnically Filipino. COMMENTARY (RIGHT) BRIAN GILMARTIN / HISTORY ’20 “Commentar y” is about how we create meaning in our own lives, and how our experiences can be universal yet felt alone.

ME (RIGHT) ISABEL MADDAHI / LIBERAL STUDIES ’18 No one is the same, ever yone is dif ferent, just like this body, it’s t wo pieces together. THE ZEBR A (BELOW) JUSTICE JACKSON / STUDIO ARTS ’18 This ink painting was made to represent the internal struggle of being mixed. For me specifically, being both black and white I had always felt trapped in limbo when it came to how I identified myself. Fur ther than that, I like to let the painting speak for me.

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FRESH . FREAKY . FIERCE. WORDS E. HUBERT | DESIGN R. PATACSIL | PHOTOS C. PETTIT & PROVIDED BY LMU STUDENTS

“THE GOALS OF THEATRICAL OR SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP IS TO HIGHLIGHT AN ACTOR’S FACE IN A WIDER SCENE AND TO SERVE AS ANOTHER ELEMENT IN CREATING A WORLD. While all the techniques in stage and special effects makeup exist in everyday makeup, they result in a dramatically different look. It lives both in the worlds of hyper-realism (injuries, illness, old age) and the abstract (clown, glam-rock, drag). For me, makeup is as much of a visual performance art as painting or acting.” MELISSA GREEN / THEATRE ARTS & ENGLISH ’18

Photo cour tesy of April Rocha Photography

Brice Catalano (Psychology ’21) experiments with horrif ying special ef fects looks. Check out more of his work on his Instagram page, @makeupbsc

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ERICSON HERNANDEZ / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ’20

“Confidence is the key to beauty. Don’t be afraid to be who you are. Express yourself and slay the day.” ALBUS WANG / THEATRE ARTS ’18

“Makeup is an easy way to say who I am. With colors, brushes, and imagination, I myself am the canvas. It is a great way to flip my middle finger to all the social norms and gender roles that limit the oppressed.” KAT CONNELL / THEATRE ARTS ’19

“Wearing makeup makes me feel more confident about myself; not only in terms of how I look, but also just in regard to how I go about my daily life. It’s really cool that there are a lot of male makeup models now because makeup no longer represents total femininity. Wearing makeup is less about trying to conform to some sort of ideal beauty standard, it’s about expressing yourself in your own art form.”

Michelle Rincon (Psychology ’19), Albus Wang (Theatre Arts ’18), Ericson Hernandez (Electrical Engineering ’20), Athena Brown (Communication Studies ’20)

EMELY MORALES / POLITICAL SCIENCE & PHILOSOPHY ’19

“I believe makeup is a spectrum of the expression of one’s own individuality. For so long, makeup was only utilized to enhance beauty. However, especially with the growth of social media, makeup is nowbeing used to express the body and the self; whether you are doing it through a soft bronzed look, or, serving the children with a cut-crease elegonza, you are expressing who you are and stamping your place in this world.”

“I like setting up time in the morning to do my makeup because I see it as ‘me time.’ One issue with the makeup industry is the lack of various skin tones and shades for deeper skin people. A lot of people are limited with what they can do due to the lack of colors and although the makeup world is slowly evolving, it’s still seeming to take too long.”

SPECTRUM

ATHENA BROWN / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’19

Danielle Delos (Entrepreneurship ’20), Vanessa Gomez (Marketing ’19), Kat Connell (Theatre Arts ’19), Emely Morales (Political Science & Philosophy ’19), Juliana Ferraro (Communication Studies ’21)

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IN THE LIFE OF AN ARTIST RALPH EURICH PATACSIL / STUDIO ARTS ’18 in conversation with ALEX SIMON

Time stamp: March 2, 2018 5:17 p.m.

Wow. What keeps you motivated?

hard admitting to myself what I can’t handle.

I couldn’t agree more.

Hey my dude!

The people I work with. For sure. Whenever

I get it. Sometimes it’s really easy to

Well thanks for telling me a bit about

Hey what’s up?

I’m working on a project for any one of my

overload yourself and by the time you’ve

what’s got you busy! But when you’re

You want to play some Halo?

commitments, I’m working within this super

realized what you’ve done, it’s too late. I

finished get online, I’m trying to play some Team Slayer.

I wish, but I can’t right now.

specific network of people: clients, advisors,

do that way too much!

Oh. Why not?

peers and people that I’m responsible for

Exactly!

Haha, No problem dude, I’ll let you know.

I got some stuff to work on.

as a team leader or project manager. If I’m

Well what about on bad days? How do you

Read.

Do you have like a million design projects

not doing what I need to do, things can stall

overcome those?

to do?

really quickly and effect the work of all the

Sometimes I just kinda give into the bad

Haha, yeah something like that.

other creatives that I work with—and it’s

days. Lie in bed. Mope around. I guess that

That’s brutal. How do you go about

happened. On another level, I’m constantly

sounds kinda bleak, haha. I paint, draw,

balancing that?

motivated by the people I surround myself

work on passion projects, swim, sit and

I wish I could say there was an actual

with. I feed off of creative thinking and have

watch my fish, get some place quiet, sit in

method to it, most of the time it’s

such deep admiration for the skill sets that

the tree in my backyard. What really helps

prioritizing what I need to do as I go. It’s all

some people have.

though is talking to close friends, whether

just super fluid. There’s not always structure

Definitely. A good team is always a plus.

it’s here or calling someone back home on

with art and design. Sometimes projects

What’s the most challenging part of doing

Guam. I have so much love for these people,

take a ton of hours, sometimes I’m doing

all of this?

owe them everything. I’m nothing without

a bunch of little things that can easily get

Vaguely speaking, keeping it all together. I

my support system.

done one after the other ... flexibility?

can burn out pretty easily; that’s something

I totally get that. It’s so important to have

adaptability? I think those are good words.

I don’t really like to let on. Sometimes it gets

a good support system around you.

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WORDS A. SIMON | DESIGN M. VENTURA PHOTOS A. LIOR

A T Y P I C A L M O N DAY 7 a.m. Wake up, breakfast, do homework and read before class 9:40-11:10 a.m. Class 11:15 a.m.-1 p.m. Work at the Office of Undergraduate Research 1:30-2:00 p.m. Grab lunch with friends 2:20-3:50 p.m. Class 4 p.m. Go home to work on personal projects & paint 6 p.m. Back to campus for Tower yearbook director meeting 9 p.m. Go home, dinner, prep for staff meetings, do work for CFA Associate Dean, work on personal projects, play games 12 a.m. Go to bed

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you G O T S•H•O •W U•S W•H•A•T

SIGMA CHI JOHN SELBY / SCREENWRITING ’19

“Each chapter is competing for money to go toward a non-profit organization, so it’s a great way to cultivate friendly competition and promote Greek Life while raising money for a good cause.”

Stage fright? Nah. Every chapter pulls together to put on a show every year at the annual Lip Sync event. To get the W, tears may be shed. Blood may be spilled. But it’s always a good time jamming with fellow Greeks. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG, M. BRANCONIER & A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS A. LIOR

ALPHA DELTA GAMMA JAYZEE GONZALES / MARKETING ’20

“I always enjoy seeing what the other organizations have up their sleeve, and in turn, I’m even more excited to show what our organization brings to the table!”

Hannah Chew (Marketing ’20) hits her mark during Alpha Chi Omega’s dance number. Liam Rogers (Mathematics ’21), Jacquelyn Galvez (Biology ’18) and Carlos Pacheco (Chemistr y ’19) strike a pose for Alpha Delta Gamma’s routine.

ALPHA CHI OMEGA JULIE IMRIE / LIBERAL STUDIES ’20

“Lip Sync is so fun because of all the positive energy surrounding the event. Everyone is cheering for each other and is looking forward to seeing what dances the other chapters have prepared.”

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BETA THETA PI SAI CHINTAMANENI / FINANCE & ACCOUNTING ’19

“We at Beta Theta Pi tend to do it for fun and try to have a good time while doing it, but we definitely practice to get our routine down.”

GREEK LIFE

Beta Theta Pi members Jahan Tadayon (Finance ’18) and Chad Louie (Biology ’18) play tug of war with Delaney Carter (Health and Human Sciences ’18).

DELTA SIGMA PHI JOSHUA VILLALOBOS / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’18

“In my times competing, it has always been more about the experience than the outcome. On this night especially, all the organizations set aside their differences and focus on cheering each other onand having a great time with their brothers/sisters.”

KAPPA ALPHA THETA

NIKI FLOCAS / ACCOUNTING ’18

Alexander Lorenz (English ’18) stands center-stage dressed as Voldemort for the Delta Sigma Phi performance.

“My favorite part about Lip Sync is the time spent with my sisters. With school going on, we don’t always get time to see each other, so it’s nice to go to practice and see every girl in your sorority and be able to hang out with all of them all at once in a fun environment where you’re all dancing and having a good time, and it’s not really too stressful.”

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2 LEAD

Sisters celebrate Founders’ Day with a Sunday brunch in the Sculpture Garden.

From coordinating a gala to handling finances or managing spring recruitment, Greeks take on demanding jobs requiring ambition and initiative. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG, V. PAREDES, A. MARTINEZ & M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS A. LIOR & GREEK ORGANIZATIONS

PI BETA PHI HALEY LOEFFLER / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ’18

“As president of recruitment, I ran all seven organizations during rush and it was very successful. But in retrospect, I couldn’t have done it without having that preparation and cultivation from the other members of my chapter, because they kind of paved the way for me.”

KAPPA ALPHA THETA DEVIN SCARBOROUGH / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’21

Hannah Rock (Economics ’20), Sophie Shook (English ’18), Vivian Luther (Dance ’18), Ashley Rehder (Sociology ’18), Dana Nakashima (Accounting ’18), Emma Ebers (Psychology ’19) & Kelli Johnson (Psychology ’19) ser ved as this year’s Kappa Alpha Theta Executive Board.

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“I have met so many women in my sorority that are in such amazing leadership positions, and it’s really great to see women being leaders. I look up to them as role models.”

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GREEK LIFE Gillian Boss (Studio Arts ’19), Rachel Mullens (English ’18), Alexa Brand (Liberal Studies ’18), Annie Munson (Liberal Studies ’18), Saaheba Bedi (Political Science ’19) & Madeline Schwartz (Film & T V Production ’19) strike a group pose on Bid Night.

DELTA GAMMA VANESSA CICCINI / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’19

“It’s made me better person overall, because I’ve learned a lot of skills I don’t think I would have learned if I haven’t taken on these roles. It pushes me to challenge myself and strive for more.”

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA EVAN BROWN / ECONOMICS ’19

“Through Greek Life, I have been able to attend multiple leadership conferences across the United States that provide professional training to improve my own leadership skills that will definitely transfer to post-graduate life and I am forever grateful for that.” The squad hits their closing pose to steal the show with Mitchell Huckaby (Recording Arts ’19) at center-stage.

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KNOW THYSELF We invited these campus leaders to take the Myers Briggs Personality Assessment and checked in to see if their results offered any insight into their leadership style.

UAKEA JOSE / PSYCHOLOGY & COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18 SERVICE ORGANIZATION CO-CHAIR Are there any specific personality traits that stand out to you? I think intuition is a significant trait for me because when I make a decision, I have to

WORDS E. HUBERT, A. SIMON, A. MARTINEZ, V. PAREDES, M. BRANCONIER, H. WOHLENBERG, K. CHAN, 16PERSONALITIES.COM & MYERSBRIGGS.ORG DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS A. LIOR, T. MARKS, C. PINTOR, P. REILLY & K. CHAN Portions of this content originally appeared in the Los Angeles Loyolan.

feel it in my gut, otherwise I won’t go with it. For example, when I chose to come to LMU, I hadn’t even visited, but I just went with my gut feeling and it turned out for the best because I am where I am now. What does this say about your leadership style? I’m a manager at Mane Entertainment. I’m

E X TR AVERTED INT UITIVE FEELING J UDGING The protagonist in the narrative, ENFJ are natural-born

also the outgoing president of Creare, and I

leaders—known

think having extroversion is really important

for their passion,

because I have to be welcoming, I have to

exuberance and ability

be hospitable, I have to like working with

to inspire others. This

people. I don’t think relationships are meant to be on the surface—I think you should go deeper, especially as a leader. What qualities make a good leader?

INTJ

ENFJ

strong personality emanates confidence and authenticity, easily drawing followers.

Leadership should not manifest itself in an

IN T ROV ERT ED, IN T UI T I V E T HINK IN G , J UD G IN G

authoritative way. It’s about creating those relationships and making decisions that will benefit the most people possible.

“I think a good leader needs to lead from behind, as in they should propel others forward instead of pulling people through. A strong leader has a good reason for why they do what they do.” JAMES PRATT / BIOCHEMISTRY ’18 SERVICE ORGANIZATION CO-CHAIR

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ESFJ E X TR AVERTED SENSING FEELING J UDGING The social butterflies, ESFJ are known for their ability to create and sustain a friendly environment. They thrive off of their

INFP

Are there any specific personality traits that stand out to you? The empathy, dedication and commitment traits stand out the most to me. I really try to make sure that I am doing what I can to not only give back to others, but make sure that I am being the best version of myself day in and day out. I enjoy reminding others that they are loved and appreciated by me because people need that sometimes. What qualities make a good leader? A good leader is one that defends human dignity, has respect for others and is willing to step up to the plate when one needs to, but also knows when to step back. They

interactions with others

know to stand up for the marginalized, the

and often achieve a

silenced and the underrepresented, using

high social status and

their platform to give these groups a voice

presence. Thus, they are outgoing, involved

IN T ROV ERT ED, IN T UI T I V E FEELIN G , PERCEI V IN G

ALANIS GONZALEZ / SOCIOLOGY & CHICANA/O STUDIES ’18 UNITED GREEK COUNCIL PRESIDENT

and often in positions of authority.

to be heard. How has LMU helped shape the qualities described by your test? Coming to LMU made me feel more motivated to stand up for others and stand up for what is right, especially in this

“I think being inherently introverted lets me understand a lot more perspectives before I speak on my own. Especially with leadership, it’s about leading a community, not just myself, so that requires me to listen to a lot of voices on things and understand a general perspective before making any decisions.”

current political climate. Although times may be tough, we have the capability to push for change. From joining different clubs and organizations, to interacting with individuals allaround the world, to even taking on two majors, every aspect of my

GRIFFIN BAUMBERGER / THEOLOGY ’19 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT

time here has shaped who I am and for that I am forever grateful.

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HAYDEN TANABE / MANAGEMENT ’18 ASLMU PRESIDENT Are there any specific personality

ESFJ

traits that stand out to you? “E” stands out to me the most because it is first and kind of sets the tone for the rest of them. Yes, I draw my energy from other people, but I think it also is a testament to what kind of person you are and how accessible you make yourself to others. What does this say about your leadership style? I think it’s important to be mindful that these people aren’t just numbers, they’re human beings that you are given the opportunity to accompany. I believe that these letters manifest themselves in my leadership style through my accessibility, presence, and the ability to empower others and give them the platforms to become the best version of themselves so that they can strive to be better and flourish on their own. How has LMU helped shape the qualities described by your Myers Briggs personality test? The Jesuit and Marymount traditions have taught me to live out my life differently from where it was before. I’ve taken this test numerous times and my results haven’t changed, though I think that the way I approach all of my different letters and the ways I will continue going about doing that will constantly be different because of my time here.

ESFJ E X TR AVERTED SENSING FEELING J UDGING

E X T R AV ERT ED, SENSIN G FEELIN G , J U D G IN G

“I think in any leadership position, you have to make extra effort to get to know people and where they’re coming from. I think that I am empathetic, and I treat every individual as best as I can. I try to implement living by the values of Collegiate Panhellenic Council into my leadership style and also be an example forothers through my own actions.” MEGAN TAKEMOTO / POLITICAL SCIENCE & WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES ’19 COLLEGIATE PANHELLENIC PRESIDENT

ESFJ are known to uphold well-founded laws and morality based on authority, working to achieve social order. Preferring organized events over spontaneity, they put a lot of their time, energy and heart into planning activities.

E X T ROV ERT ED, IN T UI T I V E FEELIN G , PERCEI V IN G

ENFP

“You definitely need to be a good communicator and willing to lead by example. If you want people to listen, it can’t just be giving directions, you have to show through your own actions what you want from them—either in the work itself or in the attitude you bring to the position.” KELLIE CHUDZINSKI / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’19 LOS ANGELES LOYOLAN EDITOR IN CHIEF

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INTJ INTROVERTED INT UITIVE THINK ING J UDGING As one of the rarest personality types, INTJ have a strong desire for knowledge, private

ELENA M. BOVE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS Why did you think you got these results?

have what Sr. Peg [Dolan] talked about as

helpful in better understanding leadership

a “compassionate mind and an intelligent

styles, one shortcoming is that they can

heart.” I like to think that I don’t make

over simplify things. As an example, my

decisions without bringing both of those

job requires me to be energetic as well as

aspects to bear. With that being said, I could

extroverted. You can’t hold this job and be

see how in my job there are times when I do

an introvert because you’re always working

more thinking than feeling.

with people and initiating conversation. So how did I end up with ‘introverted’?

What are the most important

Well, in my regular life, I could sit next to

qualities of a leader?

someone and not talk to them without any

Values and integrity are critical to

problem. I am pretty happy to be inside my

leadership. Those two certainly go hand in

head in my private life, and I would be very

hand with one another. Competence, good

happy to read a book as opposed to going

interpersonal skills and a sense of humor

to a social event.

have to be near the top of the list as well.

ambition and creative spirit. They are naturally curious and imaginative souls who direct their energy decisively. While they have the passion and drive to execute

to their intuition. I’d like to think that I

While these types of quizzes can be

You also have to be smart and you have What do these results say about

to know your work, but just being smart

your leadership style?

and knowing your work without the other

My leadership style is definitely intuitive.

attributes won’t get you very far.

When I speak of intuitive, it means that I put all of my senses together. I think that many people don’t pay enough attention

their ideas, they do so quite privately.

^ LEGACY OF LEADERSHIP As an undergraduate at Marymount College, Dr. Lane Bove founded Gryphon Circle service organization and served as student body president. Bove, who has served as LMU senior vice president of Student Affairs since 1987, became the first female president of the West Coast Conference in 1992.

LOUIS E. INGELHART FIRST AMENDMENT AWARD In October, Dr. Lane Bove (Senior Vice President for Student Affairs), was recognized by the College Media Association for extraordinary, long-term contributions in support of the First Amendment. The award is not given every year by the association, but only when meritorious candidates are brought forward. Bove is pictured here with Los Angeles Loyolan Editor-in-Chief Kellie Chudzinski (Communication Studies ’19 ) after receiving the award.

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A CALLING TO SERVE THE FUTURE Maybe it was a grade school teacher, or a high school counselor that helped you figure out a path. Or maybe it was the fifth grader at the school you volunteer at who has given you a second shot at childhood. Somewhere, something sparked your fire. Students pinpoint when they knew they wanted to work in education, and why. “Each day when I come into work, I get to be re-inspired everyday. The kids are so excited about the sky being blue, and so forth, and it inspires me to keep innocence alive.” RICHARD APODACA / SOCIOLOGY ’19

“When a child walks in, and they are just so happy to see you, and just being around their receptiveness, is the best part of working with kids. We grow such close bonds with the kids, and the relationship-building aspect is amazing. Also,watching them play and develop is so uplifting.” CYNTHIA LUNA / PSYCHOLOGY ’19

“One time, I was working with a student who had apraxia, which basically meant he struggled with expressing his emotions. One day, before leaving he ran up to me and gave me a big hug and a kiss, and that was the moment I realized I could make a difference in someone else’s life.” LILIANA PEREZ / LIBERAL STUDIES ’19

“I want to be a teacher because I want to inspire the future generation.” CHRISTINA ARCHAMBAULT / LIBERAL STUDIES ’19

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SCHOOL OF EDUC ATION The School of Educationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s graduate program focuses on preparing students to be influential teachers and institutional leaders. Inside and out of the classroom, the curriculum is geared toward inspiring future generations. WORDS E. HUBERT, H. WOHLENBERG & V. PAREDES | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS T. MARKS

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Students, staff and faculty walked out to Alumni Mall at 10 a.m. on March 14, 2018, otherwise known as National School Walkout Day. For 17 minutes, they gathered to take a stand against gun violence and honor the lives lost in the Parkland school shooting. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & R. PATACSIL | DESIGN E. GARCIA | PHOTOS UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

“To educate the next generation means to believe with my whole being in the future. Every single life is precious and the business of guns, because it is primarily about money, denies the value of life. I believe in the compelling and moving witness that communities that love creation can give that will change hearts away from what destroys. I’m very proud of LMU when we do this and show with our activist voices that we believe in love.” CECILIA GONZALES-ANDRIEU / PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY

“While at the end of the day, it’s our elected officials who ensure these changes are made, there are two powerful things that can and are being done. First, by the virtue of organized protest and walking out in unison, our generation has the attention of our public officials. Continuing to promote these movements encourages politicians to make the changes we demand. Second, we must continue to call our congressmen to let them know that common sense gun reform is necessary.” AUSTIN RAYMUNDO / POLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICS ’20

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Jon Porter (Political Science ’18) and Jeffrey Scharberg (Film & Television Production ’20) in a candid moment of brotherhood.

CRIMSON CIRCLE “As the president of Crimson Circle, I learned that leadership meant making hard choices even if they involve negative consequences for your friends. I also learned that leadership means a lot of work behind the scenes that may never get recognized.” NIKO KLEIN / MANAGEMENT ’18

M AGIS

“MAGIS has taught me that leadership is not about a title or really any form of recognition. Leadership is about stepping up to create positive change simply because it’s the right thing to do.” A large group participates in an off-campus service day. Crimson often visits Urban Compass, Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center and Midnight Mission in downtown Los Angeles.

S • T• A • N • D • I • N • G

EMMETT BARNES / BIOCHEMISTRY ’19

WI TH

OTHERS

MAGIS men bond during an outdoor adventure. The org organizes a Homeless Understanding Week annually where members invite their fellow students to “sleep outs” on the lawns around campus.

Diverse experiences in service placements give service org members lessons in leadership. WORDS A. MARTINEZ, M. BRANCONIER & H. WOHLENBERG DESIGN C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS PROVIDED BY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

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“Through the diverse thought of the other 49 women in this service organization, I have gained new perspectives on the world we live in, including new perspectives on the communities we serve. Service has taught me to be an advocate for those who are marginalized, for those that don’t have a voice. Leadership is exhibited through the act of service and then coming back to become a voice for those we serve.” PAOLA SANTANA / ACCOUNTING & ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’18

Belles and Marians join together on October 30 in a candlelight vigil to raise awareness around the issue of domestic violence.

Sursum members travel to the community of El Florido on a De Colores service trip to Tijuana, Mexico.

SURSUM CORDA “Sursum Corda has taught me the value of listening in a leadership position. Not only is this a critical skill when working with communities we serve with, but it also allows me to build relationships with other members of the org so they can trust that myself, along with other E-board members, will do everything to treat the needs of our members as a priority.”

SERVICE ORGS

HAYLEY GOELL / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ’19

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ONE DAY, I WILL “I want to write a paper on some idea or a story or something, but I just need to carve out some time to do it, like in between my homework. I think I’ll do it sometime next week.” JAVIER MERCADO / PHILOSOPHY ’21

“I want to learn how to sing. I fear that I won’t get to the level I want to achieve, however, because of my lack of natural talent.” DOMINICK DIVINE / MARKETING ’20

“One day I’d like to make my own music and hopefully that day happens in the next 10 years.” LILY MCCARTHY / UNDECLARED ’21

“I want to start my own business. I think I’ll start it after I graduate, using the info I learned before I graduated.” ANGELA VANDERWEY / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’20

“I want to start my own business and do it before I am 30.” AREN BAGHDASARIAN / FINANCE ’21

“One goal that I have is to learn how to type really well, like faster. I’m going to reach the goal by sticking to the home keys and playing those typing games for kids.” NEYAH BARBEE / ANIMATION & ENGLISH ’19

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O N EDAY O N E

ONE DAY, I DID MICHAEL MALINOWSKI / ENGLISH ’19

What goal did you f ind the motivation to achieve? I decided to not eat fast food or sweets for as

ELI WALLIS / FILM & TV PRODUCTION ’20

long as I could, which ended up lasting for five

What goal did you f ind the motivation to achieve?

months. During that period, I honestly felt the

I started learning some basic German phrases

greatest I have ever felt in my life. I slept better,

after I applied to study abroad in Bonn. Once

felt much more alert and just felt great overall.

I was accepted, I started studying everyday—

Are you glad you did it?

although some days I forget.

Cutting out sweets and junk food proved

How did you do it?

to me that everyone who says to “ just do

I used Duolingo primarily and look up

it” is right. You do actually feel better.

grammar bits I don’t get on YouTube.

For me it wasn’t right away, it took about

Duolingo has little reminders that are super

two months, until I felt better, but they

helpful, but I also just go to it whenever I

were ultimately right.

have some downtime. Some people like to scroll through Instagram, I like learning new

How did you do it? I just decided to cut out all sweets, not eat any

words.

fast food. In exchange, I ate a lot of fruits and

Why are you glad you did it?

more nutritious foods. I actually started cooking

The reward doesn’t really come from learning

more, and I ended up saving money since I

the bits, it comes when you watch a TV show

wasn’t buying food at fast food places.

in that language and you don’t have to be

What was the hardest par t?

glued to the subtitles. When you can navigate

Being social was the greatest challenge. Often times my friends wanted to go out and get McDonald’s. I really wanted to go, but there was nothing for me to eat there. In my own family, my mom really likes to bake, and I would feel bad about not eating the

a city without having to ask for directions. When you can order at a restaurant without having to point at a menu. For me, the satisfaction of learning the language was unlocking new experiences that I wouldn’t have been able to have otherwise.

cookies she made. WORDS M. BRANCONIER, A. MARTINEZ & V. PAREDES DESIGN M. VENTURA & R. PATACSIL

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Preparing for victory, Bandimere pitches during a doubleheader against Boston University on March 6. The softball team won both games 4-2 and 4-3.

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I N T H E L I F E O F A N AT H L E T E HANNAH BANDIMERE / PSYCHOLOGY ’19 in conversation with VANEZA PAREDES

Time stamp: March 6, 2018 10:03 a.m.

meet after! I don’t have class til 4:20.

Hey Hannah!

Awesome! What class?

Hey!

It’s personality psychology with Dr. Banks.

Want to hang out sometime? What does

Oh cool, that sounds interesting.

your schedule look like tomorrow?

Yeah! After class I‘m gonna have dinner with

I’d love to, but Mondays are pretty hectic!

some friends, and then I’ll have to study for

Wanna get breakfast?

the rest of the night.

I can’t ): Gotta wake up at 5:45 a.m. to get

Same! How do you take on such a

ready to go to weights in the morning from

hectic day?

like 6:20-7:20. I might just grab a bagel at

I had to learn how to balance everything

the Lair while I run to go change and get

I do, and this involved creating a routine

ready for pitching practice.

for myself. In my two years at LMU thus far,

What time is your pitching practice?

I’ve gotten a lot better at making sure I am

It’s from 8:10-9 a.m. but then at 9-12 p.m. we

doing something every minute to make the

have a full team practice. We’re practicing

most out of my day.

hitting, and defense techniques. It takes up

Definitely. You seem to have it pretty

a pretty big chunk of my day!

figured out!

I can tell!

Read.

And after practice I have to go take an ice bath to help soothe my muscles. I especially have to ice my shoulder.

WORDS V. PAREDES & A. MARTINEZ DESIGN R. PATACSIL | PHOTOS C. PETTIT & P. REILLY

What happened to your shoulder?! I injured my shoulder during the fall semester and am still recovering! Ah I see. I’m glad you’re still able to play. Same! Anyways, after I’m rinsed off I usually go have lunch with my teammates. We can

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A T Y P I C A L M O N DAY 5:45 a.m. Wake up, get ready 6:20-7:20 a.m. Weights 7:30 a.m. Quick breakfast 8:10-9 a.m. Pitching practice 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Team practice 12 p.m. Ice baths, lunch 4:30-7 p.m. Class 7 p.m. Dinner, homework

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Striking out the competition, Bandimere throws a pitch during a Softball game on Smith Field.

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Tess Reid (Studio Arts ’20) ser ves at a home match. The women’s volleyball team finished fourth in the WCC.

N C A A & VA R S IT Y

LION ATHLETES The exciting moments captured in this athletics photo essay are fueled by the dedication of sunrise practices, two-a-days and high-intensity weeks. Student athletes devote untold hours to injury prevention in the Athletics Training Room and mindfully crafting their days to support their performance, all for the moment to showcase their efforts in competition. PHOTOS C. PETTIT, P. REILLY, C. PINTOR, T. MARKS, J. MCLENNAN, H. BOYD & LMU ATHLETICS

The men’s rowing team prepares for sunrise practice in the marina. The team trained hard this season in anticipation of the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship on April 29, 2018.

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The first-year doubles team of Eva Marie Voracek (Economics ’21) and Veronika Miroshnichenko (Finance ’21) helped lead LMU women’s tennis to an 8-3 overall record headed into conference play.

Riley Elmes (Marketing ’19) watches his shot drive towards the green. Elmes finised last season with four Top-5 finishes.

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Maddison Flores (Undeclared â&#x20AC;&#x2122;21) stands ready for the pitch. The team played Weber State in a double-header at home on Feb 25.

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Diego Nava (Entrepreneurship â&#x20AC;&#x2122;21) lunges to return the ball. Nava started his spring season with a 10-5 record.

The menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s water polo team attempts to break the defenses of Whittier College at home on Sept. 30, 2017. The Lions finished eighth in the W WPA.

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Zafir Williams (Communication Studies ’21) goes up for a layup against a Portland State player. The Lions faced of f against the Portland State Vikings on Dec. 6, 2017, ending the game in an 85-94 loss.

Veronica Nederend (Sociology ’19) defends against an overpass during practice. The women’s volleyball team was picked to finish third by WCC coaches in the preseason poll.

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Austin Carder (Management ‘21) stretches to tag out an Ir vine player at home plate. The Lions lost the home game at Page Stadium to Ir vine 3-1 on Feb. 20.


Connor Johnson (Psychology â&#x20AC;&#x2122;18) of menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s soccer kicks the ball up the field in the November match against Santa Clara. Johnson signed professionally with Reno 1868 FC in Februar y of 2018.

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Malia Murphy (P yschology ’20) and squad dazzle the crowd at half time. The cheer team also performed at a Charger game in October as part of their “Think Pink ” Week.

The men’s cross countr y team strides out from the starting line in the Titan Invitational. The Lions took first place at the meet.

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Cierra Belvin (Communication Studies â&#x20AC;&#x2122;20) dribbles around CSUN players. The home game took place on Dec. 9, 2017 with the Lions taking a loss 75-68.

The womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rowing team glides through the water in a faceof f against UCSB. The home meet took place on Feb. 10, 2018 in Marina Del Rey.


LMU goes for a shot on goal with four defenders up for the block.

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Sk ylar Robledo (Undeclared ’21) winds up to send a cross ball. The Lions lost to Portland 2-1 in double overtime.

Swimmer Marley Abbot (English ’19) rockets of f the block as her relay partner Taylor Anderson (Biochemistr y ’21) finishes her leg of the race. The Lions finished in sixth place at the PCSC Championships.

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“Spirit is the one thing that brings people together.” LUCA BASILONE / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’20

Hundreds of spirited Lions gathered in Gersten Pavilion for Madness—the annual kick-off to basketball season. Men’s and women’s basketball players were introduced with fanfare. The crowd and players alike were entertained by a dunk competition, skills challenge and three-point contest while enjoying group dance performances throughout the evening. WORDS M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN M. VENTURA | PHOTOS C. PETTIT

^ RILE UP President Timothy Law Snyder reveals an LMU t-shirt beneath his suit. ^ CATCHING AIR Mikail Simmons (Liberal Arts

Undeclared ’21) competes against Elijah Scott (African-American Studies ’21) in the dunk competition. ASLMU President Hayden Tanabe (Management & Economics ’18) judged the contest. ^ SHADE Chelsey Gipson (Liberal Arts Undeclared ’21) looks forward to the upcoming season. Gipson, a Los Angeles local, attended Palisades High School. ^ POMS Cheer amps the crowd’s excitement. The week prior, the squad performed during the Los Angeles Chargers’ halftime.

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LEADING THE CHARGE

ASLMU fills the front row to celebrate the kickoff of basketball season.

^ CAPTURED Zafir Williams (Communication Studies ’21) frames up teammate Elijah Scott (African-American Studies ’21) before he goes up for a dunk. Scott averaged 13 points per game during the season. > SKELETON Sneaking up on the competition, Radix Dance Team performs at the event. The street hip-hop team was re-established in 2012 and emphasizes the roots of hip-hop and dance as a tool to create personal connections. >> BEAT The women’s basketball team grooves to the DJ. The team entered the season picked sixth in the WCC coaches poll, its highest ranking since 2013. >>> BRING THE HEAT Kuumba Beatz takes the court for a lively dance routine.

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BRENDAN PATRICK / AIMS ’18 MEN’S CLUB RUGBY

“Traditionally, we’ve always been the small team. We go to battle together in a sense. It’s our tactics and our cardiovascular abilities that have brought us through.”

FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME Formed by motivated students, LMU’s club sport teams offer students the opportunity to compete and enhance their skills. WORDS A. MARTINEZ, A. SIMON & M. BRANCONIER DESIGN E. GARCIA | PHOTOS C. PINTOR & T. MARKS

“Teamwork is so essential because you have to have every member and every position ready to go because we work together like a web on the field. Lacrosse is a growing movement here on the west coast, and I’m really involved with making it a more accessible option for girls to play. “ MARIA CUE / ANIMATION ’19 WOMEN’S CLUB LACROSSE

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ANDREW SWANSON / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’20 CLUB BASEBALL

“In baseball, if everybody is not mentally prepared you will more than likely lose. There are so many different outcomes for every single pitch, so the entire team must be ready to do their part. If someone fails, it’s the rest of the team’s job to pick that person up and move on to the next pitch.”

“The really cool thing about club soccer is that everyone really wants to be here. No one’s forcing you to come out to practice, but people plan their class schedule around it.” JACKIE HUTCHISON / HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES ’18 WOMEN’S CLUB SOCCER

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CRIMSON CIRCLE “One of the first traditions you experience as a new member is the passing down of a sweater. There are only 35 guys in the organization. When each senior leaves, a new guy will get their sweater. They’ll usually do some fun activity, like skydiving or go on a hike or something like that. Through that activity, they pass down their sweater.” JAMES PENNER / FINANCE ’19

ESPERÉR

Dancing for a cause, Crimson Circle partners with the Belles to host the 19th Annual Charity Ball. All proceeds went to Urban Compass and St. Columbkille Elementary.

“The one thing we do each year is host induction of our new members at the Bird Nest right at sunset, so as the Hopes blow out their candles there is a beautiful sunset behind them and it’s a special moment for our entire org.” CIARA OSORNO / HISTORY ’19

K• E • E • P • I • N • G I • T

WITH THE FAM

Esperér participates in their Fall Retreat.

Strengthening their group identity, service organizations develop unique, long-lasting traditions. WORDS H. WOHLENBERG, A. MARTINEZ & M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS PROVIDED BY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

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SURSUM CORDA “The ABC dance stands for “anything but clothing” and it usually has a theme to it. It takes place every year in the spring, and what we do is make costumes out of cardboard boxes or anything. We get creative. It’s 10 bucks and the money goes to one of our placements. It’s not very lit, it’s quite the opposite. But everyone’s super silly and it’s at the Bird Nest so there are like 30 people there every year. But it’s always a pretty good time. ” CHRIS LEMIEUX / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’18 Sursum Corda members participate in a beach clean-up.

Getting to know the rest of the service organization commuity, the Belles attend All Org Night.

Integrating service and fun, the Belles host the 19th Annual Charity Ball.

BELLES

“Each week a Belle writes a journal entry to another Belle that she holds near and dear to her heart. She writes a journal entry for that person, reads it out loud during our weekly meetings, then passes the book to that Belle. The Belle who is receiving the book then repeats the process. We call it ‘Inspobook,’ and it reminds us that Belles’ sisterhood is something that is treasured.”

SERVICE ORGS

ALEZAE CARY / SOCIOLOGY ’19

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WAS IT

love

A•T F•I •R•S•T S•I •G•H•T ?

Rushing can be as stressful as it can be rewarding. We asked these Greeks if finding the right chapter was an instant connection or if they were torn on their Bid Day decision.

Pampering pups at Regents Terrace, Greg de Gersdorf f (Liberal Arts Undeclared ’20), Eric Barker (Finance ’20) and Adam Linssen (Film & T V Production ’20) represent Sigma Chi during Greek Recruitment.

WORDS H. WOHLENBERG, V. PAREDES, M. BRANCONIER & A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN C. SANTANDER PHOTOS C. PINTOR, T. MARKS & PROVIDED BY GREEK ORGANIZATIONS

SIGMA CHI DANIEL JUAREZ / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“I was blown away by the content of the members’ character and their unparalleled commitment to each other, which is why I ended up choosing Sigma Chi.”

DELTA ZETA

MEAGHAN WAGNER / CIVIL ENGINEERING ’21

“I chose to rush DZ because of the incredible conversations I had with the women in this chapter. They are kind, honest, passionate and genuine women who care about every single person in LMU’s DZ chapter. I knew it would not only be a great group of women to me to get to know, but a second home to me.”

Rachel Kaf tan (Theatre Arts ’21) and Jamie Kolbrenner (Film & T V Production ’20) snap a celebrator y selfie during Delta Zeta’s Bid Night.

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GREEK LIFE

KYLE BARDRAM / ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’21

“I rushed Sig Ep because of how supportive each brother is for one another. Whether it be academic struggles, mental health or even physical health. No matter the scenario, there is a Sig Ep who can and will help.” Sigma Phi Epsilon celebrates the holidays as a family.

ALPHA CHI OMEGA ERIN SCHWARZ / MARKETING ’20

“I chose Alpha Chi Omega because of the immense sense of sisterhood I felt upon walking through the door on the first day of recruitment. I knew Alpha Chi Omega would be a place I could call home, and I am forever grateful to be able to call myself a member.”

Alpha Chi Omega competes in a flag football game for the Sorority and Fraternity Life Cup.

ALPHA PHI MELANIE ALTAMIRANO / PSYCHOLOGY ’20

“I wanted to be a part of a sisterhood, and I wanted to find a place I could call home at LMU. I was also looking for something that had both service and a place I could make friends. Being a part of Alpha Phi has been great. I am constantly surrounded by leaders.” Supporting the Women’s Heart Health Initiatives, Alpha Phi sisters attend their sorority’s live silent auction philantrhopy event, Aphiasco.

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EDUCATING THE WHOLE PERSON

The Jesuit university strives to integrate academics with social service and justice, forming curriculuum that extends far beyond the bluff. BCLA, with its diverse set of majors studying the structures of society and the individuals of its composition, actively calls on its students to exercise and expand their knowledge outside of the classroom.

“Nearly every class I’ve taken here, especially within BCLA, has shaped my worldview somehow. In all the different perspectives I’ve had the privilege to accumulate, the greatest takeaway is to not strive to understand others through the lens of my own experience, but to rise to the unending challenge of seeing the world through the eyes of others.” KEES WILCOX / SOCIOLOGY ’20

“From my English classes, I’ve learned about the importance of listening to people’s stories, and of including voices and experiences different from my own.” BROOKE DUPLANTIER / ENGLISH ’18

“In my ancient Philosophy class we read Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics and learned about friendships. After reading that, I reflected more closely on my different relationships and how I could build better friendships. I highly recommend that book for anyone. It is so important to have impactful friendships.” DELANO PERERA / THEOLOGY & PHILOSOPHY ’18

“I think I’ve learned that nothing worth having comes easy. In application to life, I know that I have to challenge myself and work hard to get where I want to be.” AMANDA ORDAZ / PSYCHOLOGY ’19

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BCLA

BELLARMINE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

As rays of sunshine nourish the greenery plotted throughout University Hall, professors enrich the minds of Bellarmine students who call its classrooms home. WORDS E. HUBERT, H. WOHLENBERG & A. MARTINEZ | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS T. MARKS

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W E SENT A SURVE Y TO ALL UNDERGR AD UATE STUDENTS, ASKING THEM TO SUBMIT

A WO RD

T H AT I S R EPR E SEN TAT IV E O F T HEIR UNDERGR AD UATE E XPER IENCE W ITH THEIR AREAS OF STUDY IN MIND.

BELLARMINE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

WORDS COLLECTED FROM STUDENT SURVEY | DESIGN R. PATACSIL

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CRITICAL FULFILLING INTENTIONAL GLOBAL PURPOSEFUL MIND-BLOWING WORK INTRIGUING INTERSECTIONAL RELE VANT E X P LO R AT I V E S T I M U L AT I N G E X P LO R AT I V E I M M AC U L AT E DYNA MIC POWERFUL GROWTH * YOUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;RE ENRICHING EXUBERANT EYE-OPENING EVENTFUL ENLIGHTENMENT DYNA MIC E V O LV I N G MIND-BLOWING EXTEMPORANEOUS ENRICHING HOPE WHOLSEOME OPEN WONDER EMPOWERING EXPERIENTIAL AWAKENING DIVERSE HECTIC HOLISTIC INVALUABLE CRITICAL


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DIVERSE HECTIC HOLISTIC INVALUABLE CRITICAL INTENTIONAL S Y S T E M AT I C S T I M U L AT I N G DIVERSE ENGAGING I N T I M AT E INTER ACTIVE ACADEMIC EXCITING CHALLENGING EMPOWERING INTERCONNECTED DANDY INSPIRING OPPORTUNITY UBIQUITOUS STUPID-EXPENSIVE ROUG-H DRAFT BILDUNGSROMAN CRAZY DEFINING STRUGGLE EYE-OPENING ENRICHING JOURNEY SOCIAL ENLIGHTENING M I S TA K E F O R M AT I V E UNINHIBITED ENCOUR AGING REVOLUTIONARY E XPANSIVE DIFFERENT L I V E LY UNEXPECTED PA S S I O N AT E HOLISTIC BOUNDLESS I L L U M I N AT I N G BRAINS REVELADOR TR ANSFORMATIVE


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legacy TRADITION Erin Wilson (’09), Kate Wilson (’20), Nikki Wilson (’07) and Reilly Wilson (’12) together at Commencement in 2007.

“My family members have made me want to get involved in various activities; however, they also made me want to make a name for myself. I’m proud to have 27 LMU alumni family members that span three generations, but hope I can make my mark on LMU’s campus not just as a Wilson or a LeVecke, but as Kate.” KATE WILSON / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’20

WORDS M. BRANCONIER & V. PAREDES | DESIGN E. GARCIA | PHOTOS K. WILSON & A. B’LLAMAS

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“My father likes to go on and on about his experiences as a Student Worker and how he ran the school. So in that sense, I’ve been hearing about LMU probably since I could remember. I am the tenth person in my family to go here, but it’s more like 12 if you count the in-laws that my cousins met at LMU and married in Sacred Heart Chapel.”

FAMILY TREE

MICHAEL BRANCONIER / SCREENWRITING ’21

PRECEDENCE

“There are so many factors that go into choosing a school, and having my siblings attend LMU before me definitely set a path. It was a much easier transition for me, as I already knew people and had friends and connections through LMU the moment I got on campus. Since all of my siblings have worked at the Distribution Center, I was able to start working the very first week of school my freshman year. I think since the boss knew my family, he knew I was dependable and that he could count on me. Legacy is really special here.”

B’Llamas’ mother

JACOB DE LEON / CIVIL ENGINEERING ’21

“Each time I would go to my grandmother’s house I would go up to the fireplace and be too small to see the photo (above). My grandmother would pick me up and tell me, ‘Cuando tu estas grande vas a tener un foto haci como tu mamá. Graduada de LMU!’ Meaning, ‘When you are all grown up, you are going to have a photo here just like your mom. A graduate from LMU!’”

ENVISION

ALEX B’LLAMAS / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’20

HISTORY

“My earliest memory of LMU was probably from my grandpa’s friends who all went here when it was just Loyola. My mom had a huge impact on me choosing LMU, and now seven of my family members have gone here, including me.” TIM SHAW / POLITICAL SCIENCE ’18

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CARLA RUGG / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’91 & THEATRE ARTS ’96

“Coming to LMU and experiencing the Jesuit and Marymount traditions enhanced everything that my parents taught me. It showed me how to apply all of those values in my daily life and my work life. How you exist and treat people. That’s how I try to live.” THERESA WERTZ / ’12

“LMU has impacted me by giving me an ongoing support system and environment where I can thrive and cultivate my gifts and talents. It is a family that always welcomes me with open arms.”

LORENA ALVARENGA / EDUCATION ’09

“Our kids left LMU becoming more mindful of social justice. They applied that into their everyday life, and they have extended that to us. This importance of becoming mindful of how important it is to care has really impacted our lives.” ALLISON OLSON / ’10

“I’m a woman for others because of my LMU experiences. Instead of focusing solely on my needs and wants, I try and think of others and the things I can do for them.”

<< MEMORIES An alumni family pauses for a chapel photograph. The event was very family oriented, offering activities for all ages. < PLAYTIME Youngsters play corn hole. A variety of fun activities including ping pong and matchbox races dotted Sunken Garden. ^ UNITE WITH THE PAST Current students join alumni to enjoy festivities, food, drinks and friends.

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“Community is just about everything; it’s the extension of your family. LMU definitely has that to a complete perfection.” LORENA ALVARENGA / EDUCATION ’09

Nick Borchenko (Communication Studies ’19) & Ryan Brown (Finance ’20)

ALUMNI BBQ While college is typically a four-year endeavor, Lion pride lasts long beyond our years as students. On September 24, Sunken Garden was filled with community in celebration at the 64th Annual Alumni BBQ. WORDS A. MARTINEZ & M. BRANCONIER | DESIGN A. CLIVE | PHOTOS C. PETTIT

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EPIC

CHALLENGING

REWARDING

EXHAUSTING

EYE-OPENING

AMA ZING

FAST

HUMBLING

INSPIR ATIONAL

MEANINGFUL

INVOLVED

WELL-ROUNDED

GROW TH

UNEXPECTED

ADVENTUROUS

ENGAGING

CONSTRUCTIVE

TR ANSFOR MATIVE

HOME

FATEFUL

DISCERNMENT

LOVE

EMPATHY

SCHOL ARLY

GOOD

DEFINING

EXCITING

FUN

AVOIDING

ENRICHING

WORTHWHILE

STRESSFUL

EXHIL AR ATING

AWESOME

UNIQUE

INCLUSIVE

BAL ANCED

MEMOR ABLE

ENLIGHTENING

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CREATIVIT Y

NECESSARY

GENUINE

FAITH

FOCUS

EMPOWERING

CR A ZY

BEAUTIFUL

PROFOUND

INTENTIONAL

NEEDED

CURSED

INVALUABLE

UNPREDICTABLE

NOCTURNAL

EQUALIT Y

JUSTICE

SPIRITUAL

SWEAT Y

ENTERTAINING

LIT

INTELLECTUAL

UNFORGET TABLE

QUICK

DISCOVERY

SERVICE

OVERCOME

ADAPTABILIT Y

BEHIND

SUNSETS

LIFE-CHANGING

DIFFICULT

SURPRISING

SELF-REFLECTING

ROLLER-COASTER

FRUITFUL

EPIC

CHALLENGING

REWARDING

EXHAUSTING

EYE-OPENING


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CHANGES SINCE FRESHM AN YE AR... PRESIDENTS

Following the Class of 2018’s freshman year, LMU transitioned its presidents. David W. Burcham who began serving as LMU’s president in 2010 stepped down in the Spring of 2015. He was succeeded by Timothy Law Snyder, who was officially sworn into office in June 2015. BUILDINGS

During the Class of 2018’s tenure, there have been a couple of additions made to LMU’s campus. Namely the Life Sciences building which finished construction in August of 2015 and the Playa Vista campus which opens its doors to students in Fall of 2018. CONVO

In Fall of 2015, the university did away with Convo Hour, a free-period of sorts. While it has surely been missed, students have adapted to the change as time has gone on. BEYOND THE BLUFF

Over the past four years, Playa Vista has gone from a construction site to a sprawling community of apartments and shopping centers. Now commonly referred to as Silicon Beach, it has also become home to major tech companies like Google and Youtube.

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“I’d say a strange transition was seeing what the bluff looked like freshman year versus now. I actually loved seeing the construction sites and empty lots below campus my first year, because I had no idea what it was going to be or what it looked like before.” CATHERINE COLLIER / COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“In my four years here, I saw a lot of hard work go into this campus. A beautiful new science building, as well as existing buildings being upgraded to benefit students’ experiences here at LMU. It seemed like things continued to improve each year, and walking around this campus has always been a treat in itself.” ETHAN ARNS / ANIMATION ’18

“While most of the campus has stayed the same in terms of its physical appearances—always green, clean and beautiful—the new Life Sciences building has given the University a more modern look. In addition, the area off the bluff is now filled with new homes, departments and offices for Silicon Beach. Seeing this specific transformation has been quite exciting because the new area has brought in an increase in job and internship opportunities for LMU graduates and undergraduates.” CHRISTINE KARAGHOSSIAN / ENGLISH ’18

“I’ve lived in Westchester my whole life and I’ve felt it become more of a college town. The posters and billboards around town really make LMU’s presence known!” IKE BOTTITA / CIVIL ENGINEERING ’18

“Over the last 4 years I have seen LMU students take more of a stand for what they believe in. In a time where many people have been divided, the LMU community stands together.” DYLAN BROWNE / MARKETING ’18

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Alex Simon (English ’18), Mikaela Ventura (Studio Arts ’18) & Ralph Eurich Patacsil (Studio Arts ’18) watch a last sunset as undergrads on the beloved bluf f.

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“During my time at LMU, I have become a more confident and self-sufficient person. In this way, LMU has helped me realize what I actually believe and feel because it has pushed me to not rely on the opinions of my peers when deciding what is right or wrong. The aspect of LMU that has pushed me to realize this about myself, ironically, is the diverse thought population on this campus. Each student is their own individual and proud to be so, and that pushes me to be a more authentic version of myself.”

SELF-REALIZATION

JULIA MARZOVILLA / ENGLISH ’18

“During my time here, I’ve become much more confident and comfortable in my own skin. The friends I’ve made in the LMU community have accepted me as I am and bring out the best in me. They all challenge me to be my best self.”

FRIENDSHIP

YASMIN HELLMAN / ECONOMICS ’18

“LMU taught me the benefit of growing pains. Every time I found myself stagnant, there was an opportunity for change, for challenge, that pushed me to expand my horizons. It was Ignatians Service Org, studying abroad for a semester in Florence, leading Kairos, therapy at SPS, Silent Retreat—I learned that it was up to me to seek out change in my life, but it was never beyond my reach at LMU. Here I learned that I am not one-dimensional, and I owe that to this institution.”

GROWING PAINS

ANA MACASPAC / STUDIO ARTS ’18

“The people that I’ve spent four years with at LMU have influenced me in countless ways and helped me grow into a more wellrounded, inquisitive person. My experiences within the School of Film and Television, Greek life and multiple on-campus jobs have allowed me to meet classmates and friends that have helped me grow emotionally, intellectually and creatively.”

DYNAMIC

ARUN GULATI / FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’18

WORDS A. SIMON | DESIGN M. VENTURA | PHOTOS C. PETTIT

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KARIN ABDELMALAK

Communication Studies

HAYA ABID

Psychology & Teaching Credential

DARBY ADAMS

KARIS ADDO-QUAYE

MADISON AGUILERA

MICHAEL AKOPIANS

ALEKSANDRA AKOPYAN

TAREQ ALFOZAN

ANAF ALHAJRAF

MARIANA ALIFA

MATTHEW ALLEGRETTI Biology

Communication Studies

Economics & Asian and Pacific Studies

ANTHONY ALVARADO

CLAUDIA ALVAREZ

JACKELINE ALVAREZ

MARY ALVERSON

HAMAD ALYAHYA

BRITTANY AMBER

Health and Human Sciences

KATELYN AFSHAR

RONY AGUILAR

Computer Science

Health and Human Sciences

BREANNA ALFORD

HUSAM ALREFAI

Screenwriting

Entrepreneurship

Civil Engineering

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OLIVIA ABDOO

Political Science

Finance

Marketing

Entrepreneurship

Mechanical Engineering

Accounting

Civil Engineering

Studio Arts & Art History

Psychology

Communication Studies

Computer Science

DARREN ADISAPUTRA

MICHELLE ADITJOKRO

AHMED ALARFAJ

MARIA ALFARO

Finance

Mechanical Engineering

TYLER ALLEN

Finance

Marketing

Entrepreneurship

KEREM ALPMAN

Finance

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JAHAAN AMIN

LINDSAY ANGELI

MELANIE ARANGO

CHRISTINA ARCHAMBAULT

Liberal Studies

Film and TV Prod. & Screenwriting

EMILY ARNELL

JULIA ARNOLD

ETHAN ARNS

Animation

Health and Human Sciences & Spanish

ISABELLA ASALI

EMILYN DOLORES ASINAS

RACHEL ASKENAZI

Communication Studies

Dance

Liberal Studies

KAYLEE ASAI

Mechanical Engineering

Marketing

Marketing

Comm. Studies & Theatre Arts

RAQUEL ANGELONE

Health and Human Sciences

ELIZABETH ARCHER

Biology

BRANDON ANTHONY

CONNOR ANTHONY

JOHANNA APELRYD

NATASHA AQUINO

HALI ARCHER

CRISTIAN AREVALO

ALFRED JORDAN ARIZALA

NATALIE ARMENIAN

CITLALI ARROYO

AVA ARSHADI

CHRISTINE ARYEE

GARRISON ASMA

KONRAD ASPRODITES

Finance

Entrepreneurship

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Gender Studies

JORDAN ARREDONDO

Marketing

Marketing

Political Science & Spanish

Film and Television Production

Communication Studies

Comm. Studies & Political Science

Studio Arts

Entrepreneurship

Theatre Arts

Marketing

Psychology

HARLEY ASTORGA

Film and Television Production

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JORDAN AU

IZAURA AVITIA

SIHAM AYOUB

NATASHA AYVAZIAN

HALEY BACKDAHL

English & Psychology

Communication Studies

HANNAH BAKER

ALEC BAKTAMIAN

SIMRAN BAL

MARK BALLINGER

MEGAN BALLINGER

BRIONNA BANKS

JANA BARAKAT

ELIZABETH BARDOS

AUSTIN BARGER

ANNA BARKER

MICHELLE BARQUER

DINA BASHOURA

TYLER BATISTE

GIANNA BAUCH

NATALIE BAUGHAN

ANDREW BAXTER II

DOMINICK BEAUDINE

ALEXANDRA BECK

MEGAN BEHAR

NATASHA BEHNAM

CHRISTINA BELISARIO

ZAINAH BEN ESSA

SAGE BEN-DAVID

Accounting & Finance

Finance & Economics

Theatre Arts & English

English

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Theatre Arts

HHSC & Sociology

Psychology

Marketing

Psychology

English & Economics

Psychology

Political Science

Marketing

Marketing

Sociology

Film and Television Production

Multimedia Design

Marketing

Management

Liberal Studies

Economics

Political Science & Psychology

Biochemistry

Finance

Accounting

Biology

3/19/18 2:35 PM


RYAN BENNET

Economics

Film and TV Prod. & Screenwriting

MICHAEL BENOR

THOMAS BERQUIST

BRANDON BESHARAT

ADAM BETANCOURT

KYLIE BETHEL

JESSICA BIGGIO

SAVANNAH BIGLEY

JACOB BINGEMANN

MIRIAM BINMAN

AMANDA BISCARDI

CHANTAL BISHARA

MEGAN BLACET

DANIELLE BLACKHART

ABIGAIL BLAND

BRIAN BLATNICK

JAKE BLAZIER

JORDAN BLOCK

Theatre Arts

Philosophy & Asian and Pacific Studies

ALI BLOOM

STEPHEN BOARD

AMANDA BOBO

JENNIFER BOHNERT

REGAN BORGES-BURR

VARTOUHI BORSIKIAN

MEGAN BOSVELD

Theatre Arts

Civil Engineering

Marketing

Marketing

Theatre Arts

Electrical Engineering

Marketing

Psychology

English

Marketing

Biology

Mechanical Engineering

Psychology

Finance

Marketing

Management

Finance

Economics

Economics

Communication Studies

Psychology

PAUL BIENAIMÃ&#x2030;

Accounting

SABRINE BITTON

Finance & Entrepreneurship

LUKE BLONG

Theatre Arts

209 class of 2018

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I W I L L A L WAY S REMEMBER... ALEXIS HOFER

COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“...being in the chapel at orientation when President Snyder spoke the Lion’s Code. I had never before been so overwhelmed with emotion, pride, joy and accomplishment. It felt like the first moment of the rest of my life and I was brought to tears. In that moment, I dedicated my life to educating myself for the service of others.”

VINCENT BOTTITA

LUSINE BOULANIKIAN

ALEXANDER BOURGEOIS

JOHN BOVILL

STEVEN BOYER

JESSICA BRADFORD

DONNA BRAIN

JELANI BRAMBLE-MANNING

ALEXA BRAND

JACK BRANIFF

JUDITH BRAVO

NICOLAS BRECEDA

TAYLOR BREWER

TAYLOR BRIGHT

ANDRE BRION

ELLIOT BRITT

CASEY BRITTON

DAN BRITTON

JACK BRKICH

ESTHER BRODDIN

DAVID BROSTROM

ALICIA BROWN

WILLIAM BROWN

DYLAN BROWNE

Civil Engineering

Management

Mechanical Engineering

Biology

Civil Engineering

Marketing

HALEY LOEFFLER HHSC & DANCE ’18

“...the moments in which the LMU community became unified; during the election, Black Lives Matter, vigil services on campus and varying other issues that affected the students.”

Philosophy

Biology

Liberal Studies

Political Science

Economics

Mechanical Engineering

DEIRDRE DURKAN

ENGLISH ’18

“...my first Fallapalooza. Clad in Coachella-inspired outfits, my friends and I loved watching Walk the Moon perform ‘Shut Up and Dance.’ It felt iconic.” KIM CALTAGIRONE

COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“...founding On Another Note Acapella with one of my now best friends, Anna Mattia (Film and Television Production ‘18).”

Sociology

Finance

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Screenwriting

Educational Studies

Accounting

Psychology

Finance

Psychology

English

Marketing

English

Marketing

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SARAH BRUCE-EISEN Biology

Political Sci. & African-Am. Studies

ARIELLE BRUMFIELD

MARISSA BRYANT-MANAGO

JOSEPHINE BUCKINGHAM

Communication Studies

History & Political Science

SAMANTHA BUMP

KRISTEN BURCH

CLAIRE BURDICK

EMMA BURGIS

CARLO BUSTILLOS

Political Science

Finance & Engineering Physics

QUTAIBA BUYABES

ANNA BYBEE

Marketing

Communication Studies & Economics

CAMILLE CABRERA

JORDYN CALHOUN

DANIEL CAMPOVERDE

MARIO CANCHOLA JR

DESIRAE CANELA

EMMELY CANELA

Animation

Entrepreneurship

Marketing

Accounting

Marketing

Accounting

Accounting

Communication Studies

DOMINIC BUDETTI

CARA ISOBEL BUENAVENTURA

KRISTIAN BUENDIA

KABIR BUXANI

GEORGIA BUXTON

KIMBERLY CALTAGIRONE

KEVIN RAY CALVELO

CHYNNA CAMPBELL

LUCAS CAPESTANY

MARISA CARIÃ&#x2018;O

ERICA CARIN

Liberal Studies

Political Science

Liberal Studies

Communication Studies

Political Science

Health and Human Sciences

Biochemistry

Biology

Mechanical Engineering

Communication Studies

Liberal Studies

Marketing

211 class of 2018

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ERIC CARLES

PATRICK CARLEY

MIA CARRERA

CALIX CARRINGTON

Biochemistry

Studio Arts

JASON CELLARS

EMILY CARLSON

MARI CARLSON

CALLIE CARLUCCI

DELANEY CARTER

MAKENZIE CAST

KRISTEN CASTELLANOS

Mechanical Engineering

Accounting

Health and Human Sciences

Animation

Sociology

Theatre Arts

Psychology

Entrepreneurship & Biology

Health and Human Sciences

KAITLYN CHADWICK

HANNAH CHAMPAGNE Psychology

Applied Information Mgmt Sys

ALLISON CHAN

KEVIN CHAN

EDENNE CHEN

HUAN CHEN

JOLYN CHEN

JOMI CHEN

ZHIKAI CHEN

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Gender Studies

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Finance

Studio Arts

Marketing

Finance

Studio Arts

Finance

ANNA CAROTHERS

LINDSAY CARR

ROBIN CASTON

MELISSA CEDILLO

WINSTON CHANG

PONR CHEANCHARADPONG

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Marketing & Accounting

ADRIAN CHENG

Mechanical Engineering

Sociology

Theology

Marketing

AMY CHENG

Health and Human Sciences

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NOPPASORN CHENG

DAION CHESNEY

EMILY CHIDESTER

Marketing

Film and Television Production

Communication Studies

Computer Science

EILEEN CHOE

KAYNAN CHONG

KYLE CLARK

STEPHANIE CLARK

AMANDA CLARKE

NICOLE CLOSSON

JAY COFFEY

KAYLEE CONTRERAS

Psychology

Film and Television Production

CHRISTINA CHRISTOU

AYRTON CINCO

Sociology

Economics & Political Science

NICHOLAS COL

NICHOLAS COLE

CATHERINE COLLIER

Entrepreneurship

Film and Television Production

MUNEERAH COOK

Marketing

English

STEFAN COOK

Applied Information Mgmt. Sys.

SIMÃ&#x201C;N CHILES

YUN JI CHO

Management

Marketing

Dance

Communication Studies

Biology & Health Sys. Engineering

NICHOLAS COLLINS

TYLER COLSON

ELEONORA COMASCHI

CARL COOPER

MEGAN COPELAND

NICHOLAS CORDERO

CRUZ CORRAL

Communication Studies

Psychology

Computer Science

Mechanical Engineering

English

Economics

Economics

Entrepreneurship

Accounting

JESSICA COSCA

Communication Studies

213 class of 2018

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ANTHONY COYNE

CHLOE CUNNINGHAM

MIA DABDOUB

HENRY DADSETAN

Civil Engineering

Health and Human Sciences

Health and Human Sciences

VICTORRIA DAU

BLAKE DAVIDSON

JONATHAN DE ROUEN

JENNIFER DE RUTTE

Film and Television Production

Communication Studies

Biology

Electrical Engineering

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Studio Arts

Finance & Accounting

Psychology

OLIVIA CURNETT

ASHLEY CURRY

SAMANTHA CURTIS

TAYLOR CUSUMANO

JENNA Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;AMBROSIO

ZOE DAILY

ADAM DANKOWSKI

HALEY DAPKUS

GABRIELLE DARMAWAN

ALLYSON DAVIS

MEGAN DAVIS

JILLIAN DAWLEY

RILEY DAWSON

ELLE DE RECAT

MICHAEL DEA

HOLLY DEANGELO

JACKSON DEFREEST

MICHAEL DEL SANTO

CAITLIN DELAROCHE

Screenwriting & English

MEGAN DAGGETT

Civil Engineering

Biology

Psychology

Theatre Arts

Marketing

Accounting

History

Biochemistry

Marketing

English

Sociology

Management

Political Science

Music

Marketing

Liberal Studies

Marketing

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THE BEST DECISION I M A D E WA S . . . JORDAN RAYMOND LIBERAL STUDIES ’18

LUCAS DELFS

Marketing

YAZMIN DELGADO CASTELLANOS

Studio Arts

CARRIE DELINE

Mechanical Engineering

LAUREN DELISLE

SARAH DELUCA

Screenwriting

Animation

CHRISTA DEMOS

Health and Human Sciences

“...was going on Kairos! Kairos helped me reflect, bond with others and feel so much love!” MEGAN PEPI

ACCOUNTING ’18

“...was to study abroad in South Korea and China.” ELIZABETH RAHE ENGLISH ’18

“...was joining Alpha Chi Omega and meeting all of my amazing sisters who continue to push me to be my best.” ISABELLA DENNIS

Political Science & Chicana/o Studies

KATRIA DENNIS

Psychology

LEA DER ABRAHAMIAN Marketing

JORDAN DETAMORE

AVINDA DEWI

Biology

Accounting

GRETCHEN DHUYVETTER

Animation

TANCREDI DI PAOLA

AYA DIAZ

NATALIA DIBBERN

Applied Mathematics

Film and Television Production

ROBERT DIETZ

JACQUELINE DILANCHYAN

BRENDA DIMAYA

DOMINIC DISLA

DEEKSHITHA DIVYENDAR

MEKLEIT DIX

CHELSEA DIXON

ALEXANDRA DMITRIEVA

VALENTE DOLCINI

Film and Television Production

Film and Television Production

Marketing

Marketing & Accounting

English & Biology

Psychology

Political Science

Computer Science & Animation

Biology

ELIZABETH RAHE ENGLISH ’18

“...was to take the Musical Theatre Dance class with John Todd. I took it eight times. Yes, I took it every single semester! In the dance program you can repeat classes for credit, and I was the only freshman in it my first year. It has been such a big part of my experience at LMU and I have learned more than in many of my classes combined! I never felt like I wasn’t being challenged, even though I had technically “done” the class many times before. John is the best professor I have ever had because he really dug deep and got me to figure out things I never would have about myself and my career goals, without his class and guidance. If I had never signed up for this class, I would not be anywhere near where I am today with regard to my training, ability, work ethic or passion for Broadway!”

Communication Studies

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DANIEL DOLS

RAQUEL DOMARACKI

MELISSA DOUGHERTY

HELENA DROLSHAGEN Biology

Mathematics & Physics

Film and Television Production

KENT DUTKIEWICZ

CHARITY DZUL

LAUREN EAGAN

MORGAN EASTWOOD

Communication Studies

Mechanical Engineering

Accounting

CATHERINE EDWARDS

Studio Arts

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Entrepreneurship

Biology

ENYA EDWARDS

Communication Studies

JUSTICE DOMINGO

Dance & Communication Studies

JINGYUAN DU

Economics

CLARK EGLINTON

Film and Television Production

MELISSA DOMINGUEZ

ALICE DONNELLY

CLAIRE DONOHUE

Studio Arts

Economics & Philosophy

ALEXANDER DULAK

LISETTE DUNOGUEZ

ABAGAIL DURKAN

DEIRDRE DURKAN

ALLISON EDWARDS

Accounting & Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/Gender Studies

Animation

Studio Arts

English

Screenwriting

Recording Arts & Economics

CHRISTA EDMONSON

JOSHUA EDRA

SANDRA EL-SAOUD

BELLE ELIASON

BRANDI ELLENA

Health and Human Sciences

Marketing

Psychology

Political Science

NUMA DORLING

English

Screenwriting

SALLY ELTON

Health and Human Sciences

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ASHLEY EMRANI

ALLISON EMSLIE

NATHANIEL ENRIQUEZ

Civil Engineering

Communication Studies

BLAIRE EPSTEIN

VELENCIA ERICA

MONA ES-SAID

ANALISA ESCAMILLA

GABRIEL ESGUERRA

ALICIA ESQUIVEL

MOHAMMED ESSA

ERICK ESTRADA

MELISSA ESTRADA

JOAT FARAH

ARYANA FARHADI

Philosophy

Communication Studies

JILL FARLEY

SHANE FARLEY

SEAN FARRELL

SORAYA FERNANDES INÁCIO

CESAR FERNANDEZ

NICOLE FERNANDEZ

CHRISTINA FERRARO

THOMAS FERREE

Finance

Communication Studies

ANTHONY ESCOBAR

SAMIRA ESCOBAR

JUSTINA ESUOLA

COLIN EVANS

Theatre Arts

Entrepreneurship & Economics

NICOLE FENMORE

MITRA FERDOWS

Computer Science

Biology

Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Management

Political Science & Philosophy

Accounting

Entrepreneurship

Civil Engineering

Finance

Finance

Management

Marketing

Political Science

Engineering Physics

Studio Arts & Art History

Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies

Economics

Marketing

217 class of 2018

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LIAM FINCK

Marketing

Communication Studies

AUBREY FISCHER

WILLIAM FISCHER

GODFREY FLAX

Theatre Arts

African American studies

CIERRA FLENOY

NIKI FLOCAS

FLORENTINI FLORENTINI

MIRANDA FLORER

ALIYAH FLOWERS

MICHELLE FONG

NICOLE FONG

CYNTHIA FORD

ELYSE FORD

EMILY FOREST

ANGELA FRANCIS

KATHERINE FRANCIS

ANNE FRANCL

Studio Arts

Communication Studies

PAOLA FRANCO

SAMANTHA FRANCO

ANTHONIUS FRANSISCUS

MARLEY FREYGANG

PATRICK FRIERSON

SARAH FRISZ

MICHELLE FROST

CAROLINE FUKAWA

RIE FUKUSHIMA

SAMANTHA FUNG

ERIN FUNK

Film and Television Production

Studio Arts

Psychology

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Communication Studies

Marketing

Marketing

Accounting

Sociology

Accounting

Entrepreneurship

Biology

Management

Sociology

Dance

Accounting

History

Entrepreneurship

Management

Finance

Theatre Arts

Dance

Dance

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NOELLE FUNTANILLA

JESSICA GABOR

Theatre Arts

Film and Television Production

GRANT GADBOIS

CHRISTINA GALAJAN

CAROLINE GALLAGHER POEHLS

MARIO GALLARDO

MADELINE GAMERO

BIANCA GAN

ALEXYS GARCIA

ANTONIA GARCIA

CYNTHIA GARCIA

JOSE GARCIA Psychology

Communication Studies

KEYSHAWN GARRAWAY

CLAIRE GARRISON

JACOPO GASPARDONE

ALEXANDRA GASSNER

MARIA GAYNARD

SAMANTHA GEIER

CASSIDY GEMPLER

YASAMIN GHODSBIN

SHARON GI

ALLEGRA GIANDHI

DREW GIBSON

STEPHANIE GIMENEZ

MICHELLE GIRONDA

TIMOTHY GIRVIN

Film and Television Production

English & Philosophy

Film and Television Production

Economics & Philosophy

Recording Arts

Management

Marketing

Biology

Communication Studies

Entrepreneurship

Political Science

Health and Human Sciences

Liberal Studies

English

Marketing

Screenwriting

Recording Arts

Political Science & Economics

History

Environmental Science

Communication Studies

CHRISTIAN GALVIN

Marketing & Economics

EMILY GARDNER

Dance

Entrepreneurship

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W H A T WA S THE BIGGEST O B S T AC L E YO U OVERCAME?

YAZMIN DELGADO-CASTELLANOS

STUDIO ARTS ’18

“My own self-doubt and selfdeprecation. I learned to be more confident in myself and in my work, and to take criticism in a more proactive way. I also learned the importance of taking care of myself both physically and emotionally.”

STEPHEN GIUNTINI

Economics

Film and Television Production

ELISE GLASGOW

BENJAMIN GLASSMAN

ZACHARY GLEASON

ABIGAIL GOAD

KATHERINE GOLACINSKI

ZACHARY GOLDSTEIN

MARIAJOSE GOMEZ

Liberal Studies

Marketing & Economics

Sociology & Spanish

ALISA GONZALES

JESSICA GONZALES

ALANIS GONZALEZ

ANDREW GONZALEZ

LUCIA GONZALEZ CABRERA

FACUNDO GONZALEZ ICARDI

STEFANIA GONZALEZ RUSSI

DESIRAE GORDON

FRANCIS GOW

REBECCA GRAHAM

SCOTT GRAHAM

BRIAN GRANT

Film and Television Production

Marketing

MEGAN GLENDINNING

Communication Studies

STEPHEN GLOUDEMAN Biology

MATTHEW LORENZ FINANCE ’18

“College presented many challenges, but I think the biggest challenge is found at the personal level. I can thank all aspects of the college scene (class, work, parties, etc.) for now being extremely comfortable with myself in all situations. I am such a different person now than when I first walked onto campus four years ago, and I believe in all the best ways possible. Transitioning from a child into an adult is what college did for me, and I cannot thank LMU enough for being the main catalyst in that regard.”

History

Psychology

Communication Studies

Psychology

Biology

Sociology

Political Science

NICOLAS GOMEZ

Chicana/o Studies

RUTH GOMEZ

Theology

EMILY FOREST THEATRE ARTS ’18

“My mental illness and anxiety consistently threw wrenches in my plans, and at times made it hard to move forward. That said, I made it!”

Economics

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Psychology

Economics

Sociology

Sociology

Screenwriting

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CAMERON GRAY

DALTON GREEN

KASEM GREEN

History

Theatre Arts & English

LUIS GUEVARA, JR.

RAD ANTON GUHIT

EILISE GUILFOYLE

JULIA GUILLEN

Marketing

Film and Television Production

Communication Studies

DANIELLA GUTIERREZ

PATRICIA GUTIERREZ

CULLIN HADEN

ISABELLA HAKADINATA

HENRY HALVORSON

BRIAN HAMADA

TAYLOR HAMAI

FELICIA HAMDJA

Finance

Mechanical Engineering

Sociology

Recording Arts

Marketing

Mechanical Engineering

Finance

Urban Studies

Theatre Arts

Finance

Management

MELISSA GREEN

LINDSAY GROSVENOR

SHERIDEN GROVES

MICHAEL GUERRERO

SARITA GULATI

HARUTUN GULUMIAN

YVETTE HAKIMI

RYAN HALIM

CHLOE HALL

BLAIR HAMILTON

KAYLA HAMPTON

ABDELRAHMAN HAMZA

Psychology

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

ARUN GULATI

Marketing

Mathematics

Screenwriting

Entrepreneurship

Psychology & Dance

Sociology

Finance

Economics

Health and Human Sciences

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BRIANNA HAN

Marketing

MIANI HARKEY

Accounting

Communication Studies

RACHEL HANLEY

KATHERINE HANOVER

GREYSON HANSEN

Marketing

Mod. Lang. and Lit. & Asian and Pac. Stu.

JAKE HARBISON

SHANE HARIZ

KIANA HARPSTRITE

HANNAH HARRAH

SABAH HARRIS

MAXINE HART

CAMERON HAWKINS

CORNELL HAWKINS

DAVONTAE HENLEY

Accounting & Management

Health and Human Sciences

BRANDON HAYNES

GRACE HE

Finance

SLOANE HENNINGTON Marketing

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GRACE HAN

Liberal Studies

Political Science

Spanish

International Relations

Psychology

Mechanical Engineering

Communication Studies

QUINN HEINRICH

HUTTEN HEINSBERG

ALEXANDER HENDRICKS

ALEXANDRA HENRY

NICOLE HERBECK

ANTHONY HERCO

ADRIENNE HERKES

CINTHYA HERNANDEZ

Art History & Classics/Archaeology

YE THURA HEIN

Multimedia Design

Communication Studies

Computer Science

Liberal Studies

Marketing

Mechanical Engineering

Psychology

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

English

JULIA HERRERA

Communication Studies

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EVAN HESSLER

JACK HICKS III

CLARA HILL

CHASEN HIMEDA

GABRIELLA HINTAMA

BRIAN HIZON Biology

Mechanical Engineering

ELIZABETH HOLLAND

DAVID HOLLIS

MATHEW HOLTON

ELIZABETH HOREJSI

CAITLIND HOSFORD

CHENG-YU HSIEH

WAN TING HSU

ELENA HUANG

MIA HUDDLESTON

MORGAN HUNT

ALI HUSAIN

MAX HUSHAHN

JACQUELINE HUTCHISON

NKECHI ILANG

Computer Science

Philosophy & Film and TV Production

Film and Television Production

ALEXIS HOFER

JAMES HOFFMAN

MEGAN HOKAMA

Psychology

Film and TV Production & English

HAYATO HORI

TAKEKO HORIUCHI

Communication Studies

Entrepreneurship

JOHN HUGHES

Accounting

Finance

Accounting

EPIPHANY HULBURD

Film and Television Production

Entrepreneurship

Psychology & Philosophy

Engineering Physics

Marketing

Economics

Marketing

Biochemistry

Economics

Electrical Engineering

History

Marketing

Health and Human Sciences

ANNA HODGSON

Civil Engineering

Biology

Sociology

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Film and Television Production

DOLAN INGRAHAM

Music & English

DASIA INTIL

GEORGE IRVIN

ALEXIS ISAEV

ASHWAT IYER

JUSTICE JACKSON

TAYLAR JACKSON

NATALIA JACOBO

ASHLEY JAN

STACEY JAPHTA

Marketing

Film and TV Production & Philosophy

Studio Arts

KYLE JENSEN

Psychology

Biology

Marketing

Finance

EMIL JABBOUR

DIANA JABLONSKI

MAURICIO JAUREGUI

LEXIE JEHUE

Finance

Political Science

Management

Economics

Film and Television Production

ANIKA JESS

ALEXIS JIMENEZ

Marketing

Film and TV Prod. & Screenwriting

DANYA JIMENEZ

KATHERINE JIMENEZ

ELISHA JOHAN

MALIK JOHN-ROCHA

EMILEE JOHNSEN

BROOKS JOHNSON

DAISHA JOHNSON

JUSTIN JOHNSON

KYANNA JOHNSON

MICHAELA JOHNSON

TAYLOR JOHNSON

Psychology

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Management

Studio Arts

Finance

Liberal Studies

Screenwriting

Psychology

Sociology

Political Science

Sociology

Communication Studies

Psychology

3/19/18 2:36 PM


I W I L L A L WAY S REMEMBER... ALEXANDRA HENRY

ARHS & CLASSICS/ARCHAEOLOGY ’18

TYLER JOHNSON

Mechanical Engineering

KIT JOHNSTON

Applied Information Mgmt. Sys.

CHLOE JONES

Health and Human Sciences

EMMA JONES

KEELY JONES

Health and Human Sciences

Electrical Engineering

UAKEA JOSE

Psychology & Comm. Studies

“...attending events at LMU with my mother, who graduated from LMU. I’ve always been familiar with the campus seeing as my mother would sign me up for events here as a child. LMU was the only place I wanted to go for college and when I got in I never neglected bringing my mom on campus for events and sharing stories of my experience with her.” MATTHEW NOVOTNY

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’18

DANIEL JOSEPH

Mechanical Engineering

JUSTIN JOSEPH

Electrical Engineering

TAMARA JOVANOVIC

Electrical Engineering

IMAURY JOVEL

DARREL JOWONO

Athletic Training

Entrepreneurship

ANNALIE JUAN

English & Spanish

“... taking a leap to become a student manager of the Intramural Sports Program in the Burns Recreation Center. This position on campus helped me acquire many skills and techniques to become successful in my future employment opportunities.” UAKEA JOSE

PSYCHOLOGY & COMM. STUDIES ’18

LESLY JUAREZ

SESAR JUAREZ

DANIEL JUAREZ JR.

JENNIFER JUGOVIC

ELIZABETH JUREK

SAM KAMERMAN

KYM KANENAKA

STEPHEN KANIA

CHRISTINE KARAGHOSSIAN

MEGAN KARBOWSKI

Political Science

Theatre Arts

Biology

Economics

Communication Studies

Management

Sociology

English

Marketing

Computer Science

CAROLINE KACZOR

Screenwriting

“...moving into Del Rey South a week early with my PEAPs (Psychology Early Awareness Program) ...bluff sunsets ...WOW ...the Chapel Bells ...old OneCards ...Straw Hat Man ...den cinnamon rolls ...Open Mics ...meeting Justin Baldoni, Chad Michael Murray, Angela Kinsey, and Andy Grammer! (through Mane Entertainment).”

KINGSLEY KARR

Communication Studies

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SOPHIE KASLOW

CAMERON KAUFFMAN

BRANDON KAWANO

JORDAN KAWASHIRI

Entrepreneurship

Mechanical Engineering

BRANDON KIM

CHLOE KIM

GRACE KIM

JIN WOO KIM

Studio Arts

Mechanical Engineering

MATTHEW KISHABA

BRANDON KLEIN

NIKOLAS KLEIN

KIMBERLY KLUSTNER

ZACHARY KLUVER

ALAYNA KOBAYASHI

MADISON KOCHENDERFER

AMANDA KOENIGSBERG

CAELI KOIZUMI

SEVAG KONIALIAN

Theology & Philosophy

MATTHEW KEYES

PAULA KHOLOBEKIAN

Communication Studies

Mechanical Engineering

JENNA KING

HANNAH KIRKPATRICK

SIERRA KNOCH

MEGAN KO

Screenwriting

English

Communication Studies

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TROY KASSIEN

Entrepreneurship & Accounting

Communication Studies

Accounting

Theatre Arts

Finance

Film and Television Production

Finance

Studio Arts

Biology

Psychology & Political Science

Biology

Management

English

AAISHAH KELANI

Sociology

Dance

LAUREN KENES

Entrepreneurship

SARA KIM

Marketing

Communication Studies

3/19/18 2:36 PM


ARMINE KOSTANIAN

SERENA KRAEMER

Entrepreneurship

Marketing & Accounting

JOEL KRAMER

JAKE KRASK

COURTNEY KREDITOR

DARYN KUHLMAN

MEREDITH KUREY

JUSTIN KURIHARA

KIKY KURNIAWAN

MACKENZIE KUTZKE

IVONNE KWAN

RYAN LA RUSSO

ISABELLA LABIANCA

CHRISTIANA LANE

EMMA LANE

ISABEAU LAURON

ANDRE LAVIGNE

SIMONE LAWRENCE

Psychology

Communication Studies

Applied Information Mgmt. Sys.

Biology

Environmental Science

Marketing

Finance

Entrepreneurship

English

Marketing

Entrepreneurship

Liberal Studies

Communication Studies

JULIA LANMAN

Management

PAIGE KULBERG

Marketing

VICTOR LABARTHE

Accounting

Theology & Film and TV Production

Applied Info. Mgmt. Sys. & Accounting

Comm. Studies & Political Science

Computer Science

ARASH LARI

ANASTASIA LARINA

FIOREN LAY

SIERRA LAYTON

AMANDA LAZZARONE

BRANDON LEAMY

Entrepreneurship

OLYMPIA LAPPAS

Accounting

Political Science

Studio Arts

Studio Arts

Screenwriting

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WH AT T H R E E WORDS CAPT U RE YO U R C O L L E G E EXPERIENCE?

ALEXANDER HENDRICKS

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ’18

“Rewarding, Enlightening and Engaging.”

TOMAS LEDESMA

ALEX LEE

Screenwriting

Mechanical Engineering

NICHOLAS LEE

SHANNON LEE

JESSICA LEE

JOSHUA LEE

Management

Computer Science

JUSTIN LEE

KEVIN LEE

STEPHANIE LEE

RACHEL LEISTEN

CHRISTOPHER LEMIEUX

SADAKO LEONG-SUZUKI

MELISSA LEWIS

TATYANNA LEWIS

Management

Art History

QUINN HEINRICH

COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“Fast, Amazing and Eye-Opening.” BONIA SIANIPAR FINANCE ’18

“Memorable, Unexpected and Unforgettable.” NATALIE TRACY

PSYCHOLOGY ’18

Accounting

Civil Engineering

Health and Human Sciences

SABRINA LEUNG

ABIGAIL LEUS

Management

Mechanical Engineering

Animation

“Rewarding, Stressful and Amazing.” STEPHEN BOARD

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ’18

“Really, Really and Good.” SARAH POBLANO SOCIOLOGY ’18

“Spirituality, Empathy and Love.” CHRISTIAN STONE

PSYCHOLOGY & POLITICAL SCIENCE ’18

“Make Yourself Happy.”

TIFANY LESTARI

Finance & Accounting

Marketing & Political Science

Economics

Communication Studies

ROGERS LI

KIANA LIDSTONE CAYABYAB

MARA LEY

Political Science

Environmental Science

JODY LIE

CHRISTINA LIGHT

VIVIANE NGUYEN BIOCHEMISTRY ’18

“Eye-Opening, Inspiring and Home.”

MICHAEL JAMES LHUILLIER Economics

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DUANDUAN LI

Film and Television Production

Health and Human Sciences

Communication Studies

Entrepreneurship

Biochemistry

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CYNARA LIGHTFOOTE

ASHLEY LILLEGRAVEN

MIKAYLA LIM

TIFFANY LIN

Accounting

Psychology & Classics/Archaeology

JENNIFER LITTLEFORD

BRANDON LITVAK

HEYANG LIU

JUSTIN LO

HIDEO LOASBY

Urban Studies

Health and Human Sciences & Dance

MARSALIS LOGAN

OLIVIA LONGPRE

ELIZABETH LOPEZ

THEO LOPEZ

JENNIFER LOPEZ-ZINDER

CHRISTOPHER LORENZO

LLYSA LOTT

CHAD LOUIE

KHA LU

Communication Studies

Accounting

Screenwriting

Physics

Accounting

Biology

Marketing & Sociology

Psychology

Psychology

Marketing

Accounting

Biology

ARIANNA LING

Animation

History

Marketing

Psychology & Studio Arts

KHIEM LU

Computer Science

IGGY LION

MADALINE LIPKOWITZ

HALEY LOEFFLER

JORDAN LOFY

ALEXANDER LORENZ

MATTHEW LORENZ

MENG LU

TINA LU

Cura Personalis

English

Applied Mathematics

Finance & Accounting

Marketing

Finance

Animation

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YIWEI LU

CANDICE LUCIANO

VICTORIA LUCIEN

ALISSA LUND

BRYCE LUTZ

LAURA LYON

ANA MACASPAC

CASEY MACFARLANE

ISABEL MADDAHI

CHANDLER MADER

KYLE MAGEE

MARIAH MAGLALANG

MICHAEL MAHAMMADIE-SABET

WILLIAM MAHONY

SHAUNA MAKABEH

JESSICA MAKHLIN

DANIELLA MALDONADO

HELENE MALONZO

AASHNA MALPANI

REEMA MAMAR

Marketing

Comm. Studies & Environ. Studies

LUCIANO MANFREDI CONSOLE

MATTHEW MANGIONE

RYAN MANNING

AMIR MANSOUR

BEAU MANTOR

DANIEL MAO

MADELINE MARFICE

Film and Television Production

Studio Arts

Sociology

Mathematics & Physics

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Accounting

Liberal Studies

Marketing

Theatre Arts

English

Communication Studies

Psychology & Philosophy

Environmental Science

Theology

Management

Communication Studies

Marketing

Political Science

Music

English

Theatre Arts

Accounting

Studio Arts

Finance

Studio Arts

Finance

TIMOTHY MANDEMA

Communication Studies

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MICHAEL MARISCAL

PAULA MARKOW

SARAH MARKOWITZ

MARGARET MARRON

ALEXIS MARTIN

RICARDO MARTIN DEL CAMPO

ATHENA MARTINEZ

DIANA MARTINEZ

JACQUELINE MARTINEZ

KATRINA MARTINEZ

KIMBERLY MARTINEZ REYES

KATHERINE MARTINEZ-FUENTES

MELISSA MARTINEZ-SANCHEZ

HRIPSIME MARTIROSYAN

TONEATA MARTOCCHIO

ARMINE MARUKYAN

JULIA MARZOVILLA

CHELSEA MASRI

TAYLOR ANN MASUDA

LINDSEY MATOI

MARC MATOSSIAN

ANNA MATTIA

PHYO MAUNG

SAMANTHA MAURISS

THOMAS MAY

KELLY MCCANN

MARISA MCCARTHY

Marketing

Health and Human Sciences

Communication Studies

BRAYDEN MATSUZAKI

Electrical Engineering

Entrepreneurship

English & Studio Arts

Management

Film and Television Production

Political Science

Psychology

English

Biology

Liberal Studies

Political Science

Marketing

Sociology

Accounting & Spanish

Screenwriting

Civil Engineering

Political Science

Mechanical Engineering

English

Civil Engineering

Communication Studies

English

Political Science

Chemistry

Political Science

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LEE MCCRORY

ZOË MCCRUM

ASTRID MCDONALD

OMRI MCELROY

DANIEL MCGRATH

JANE MCMANAMON

GRACE MCMANUS

HANNAH MCMECHAN

KAYA MCMULLEN

MIA MCNEIL

English

Communication Studies

Mechanical Engineering

Women’s/Gender Stu. & Asian/Pacific Stu.

JACQUELINE MEHDIKHANIAN

Marketing

English

Screenwriting

Marketing

Political Science

Electrical Engineering

COLLEEN MCLAMB

ELIZABETH MCLAUGHLIN

OWEN MCNIFF

MADDIE MEDVED

Biochemistry

Classics and Archaeology

Political Science

Marketing

Communication Studies

NICOLE MEJIA

ERIN MEKHITARIAN

ALEXXA MELENDEZ

MARINA MENCHERO

JANESSA MENDOZA

MICHAEL MENEZES

JAYLENE MENJIVAR

BRYANT MENJIVAR-PENA

TAYLOR MERCADO

TARA MEREGILLANO

KATHERINE MERKL

EMMA MERRYMAN

NICHOLAS MESSENGER

Psychology & Sociology

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Studio Arts

Finance

Liberal Studies

Civil Engineering

Political Science

Accounting

Art History

Mathematics & Theology

Civil Engineering

Marketing

English

Political Science

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KEVIN METELUS

JOSE MICHEL

AMANDA MILLER

ANDREW MILLER

Marketing

Mechanical Engineering

KATHERINE MITCHELL

ANASTASIA MONTOYA

Computer Science

Communication Studies

Psychology

English

Economics & French

Computer Science

FILIP MIETKA

ERIN MIGAKI

NICOLE MILLADO

BRANT MILLER

KENDALL MILLER

DRU MILLIGAN

DELMIRA MIRANDA Finance

Communication Studies

MEGAN MITCHELL

PETER MITCHELL

MELANIE MOLINA

MARY MOLITOR

MALORY MOLT

ANTHONY MONTES

AYLA MONTOYA

KEVIN MONTOYA

JORDAN MOORE

TATUM MOORE

DENISE MORA

KRISTA MAE MORALES

Political Science

Spanish

Political Science

WILLIAM MIELING

Screenwriting

Finance

Management

Biology

Civil Engineering

Marketing

Liberal Studies

Psychology

Theatre Arts

Finance

Biology

Political Science

ABIGAIL MILLER Dance

ALYSSA MIREE

Sociology

Political Science & History

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CHRISTIAN MORENO

Humanities & Classics/Archaeology

SPENCER MOW

Health and Human Sciences

CARLYN MORONES

Psychology

Communication Studies

LEAH MORRIS

MARGARET MORTON

Psychology

Communication Studies & Spanish

Sociology

MORGAN MOSTROM

Communication Studies

Film and Television Production

KATIE ANNE MOY

TYLER MUCCI

RACHEL MULLENS

EMILY MULLETT

TERESA MUNOZ

VALERIA MUÃ&#x2018;OZ

KATHARINEANN MUNSON

JOHN MURASHIGE

MEGHAN MURPHY

SHAYNE MURPHY

MACKENZIE MURRAY

JAYDEN MURRIETA

MORGAN MUTCH

JOHN MUTO

MARCUS MYERS

HIKARU NAKAMURA

DANA NAKASHIMA

RISHAUN NARAYAN

Biology

ERICA MOY

NATALIA MORGAN

Entrepreneurship

Civil Engineering

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MARC MORENO-TAKEGAMI

Liberal Studies

Sociology

Finance

Animation

Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

AVNI NADAR

Finance & English

English

English

Applied Information Mgmt. Sys.

Management

Sociology

Accounting

Psychology

Accounting

Political Science

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W H A T WA S THE BIGGEST O B S T AC L E YO U OVERCAME? JUSTINA ESUOLA BIOLOGY ’18

NATALIE NASR

Theatre Arts

JAZMIN NAVATO

Communication Studies

MIKEALA NEININGER Sociology

SOPHIE NELSON

LAUREN NEWMAN

Comm. Studies & Political Science

Marketing

KHANH-VAN NGO

Theatre Arts

“Adjusting to the college atmosphere. Being from Maryland which is quite different from California, it took time for me to emerge into the community and adjust to being a science major. However, with the help of new friends and the warm LMU community, I was able to find my home here at LMU.” MELANIE MOLINA BIOLOGY ’18

BRYAN NGUYEN

Biochemistry

KEVIN NGUYEN Biology

QUANG NGUYEN Biology

THONG NGUYEN

VIVIANE NGUYEN

Electrical Engineering

Biochemistry

NINA NIEDBALSKI

Psychology & Political Science

“My fear of trying new experiences. I have always been in my own bubble and besides food, I’ve never gotten out of my comfort zone until I came to LMU. Here, I learned to branch out and broaden my horizons.” DOMINGO TOMÁS POLITICAL SCIENCE ’18

AMANDA NILES

Recording Arts

Applied Information Mgmt. Sys.

MARCUS NORDSTROM

MATTHEW NOVOTNY

MARY NUNES

CHRISTINA NWABUZOH

BRIGID O’REILLY

SABRINA O’REILLY

JOSHUA OCANA

ERIN OCHIKUBO

RAVEN ODIAN

MIKA OHATA

CHUKWUEBUKA OHIOMOBA

English

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

Economics

Marketing

Civil Engineering

Sociology

Marketing

English

“My first semester at LMU was not easy. I was introduced to other students who thought differently from me; it was a great culture shock and it created confusion. However, little by little I accepted the fact that all minds are unique and learned how to respect other people’s ideas in order to have common ground and create a better our society.”

Applied Information Mgmt. Sys.

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MOLLY OKAMURA

TORI OLIVER

SAISEBAN OMAR

Marketing

Mechanical Engineering

JACOB ORLITA

CLAIRE ORTEGA

Spanish

History & Political Science

CIARA OSORNO

STEPHAN OSTROWSKI

NICHOLE OSUGI

KATHERINE OSUMI

BRANNEN OVERLY

LAUREN OWENS

NANDI OWOLO-STEINDRAGER

KIANA KATRISHA PACLIBON

GUSTAVO PADILLA

DANIEL PALLADINI

JULIA PALMER

ALEXIS PAPADOPOULOS

DAVID PARKS

MARISSA PARRA

MATTHEW PARSONS

Communication Studies

Health and Human Sciences

BLISS PAIK

Psychology

Finance & Accounting

Studio Arts

Psychology

Marketing & Accounting

MIRANDA PAK

CARLA PALACIO

LARRY PALATO

RACHEL PARA

SARAH PARDI

KEVIN PARDO

OLIVIA PARKER

Biology

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Accounting

Biology

Marketing

Accounting

Biochemistry

Dance & Business

Communication Studies

Marketing

Computer Science

International Relations & Psychology

Screenwriting

Sociology

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

English

Philosophy & Theology

3/19/18 2:36 PM


EZEQUIEL PARTIDA

ANNA PASANO

LAUREN PASCUAL

REMMINGTON PEARCE

ALIA PEARLSON

ELLENOR PEEBLES

Educational Studies

Film and Television Production

DELANO PERERA

BEVERLY PEREZ

COLE PETERSON

PAIGE PETERSON

Electrical Engineering

Screenwriting

Philosophy & Theology

Communication Studies

Philosophy

Psychology

Management

Studio Arts

ISABELLA PASETA

RALPH EURICH PATACSIL

Studio Arts

Computer Science

AMY PELLOUCHOUD

JASMINE PENNEY

MEGAN PEPI

Accounting

Philosophy & Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/Gender Stu.

JESSICA PEREZ

VICTORIA PEREZ

COURTNEY PERRY

KAYLA PERRY

MATTHEW PETERSEN

MARISSA PETRALIA

CARLEEN PETROSIAN

SAGE PFEIFFER

Marketing

Entrepreneurship

Sociology

Management

Liberal Studies

Computer Science

Political Science

Liberal Studies

Political Science

JAY PATEL

Psychology

JOHN PHILIP

Communication Studies

SAGAR PATEL

Finance

NELSON PERALTA

Economics

JORDAN PHILLIPS

Communication Studies & Economics

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I W I L L A L WAY S REMEMBER... DELANO PERERA

PHILOSOPHY & THEOLOGY ’18

“...the FOCUS and Padre Pio meetings. Especially the fun times that we shared, the wisdom that we learned from the studies and faith sharing experiences, the hard times we overcame, and the many pranks we played on each other!”

MADISON PIECHOWSKI

SHANNON PILCHER

ALEXANDRIA PILMER

CALLISTA PINADY

NATALIE PITA

JACQUELIN PLASENCIA

MICAELA PLUMMER

SARAH POBLANO

JACK POLERECKY

RILEY POND

REGINA PONIMAN

ANTONIO PORRAS

ANTONIO PORRECO

BRIANNA PORTER

Communication Studies

Political Science & Psychology

JONATHAN PORTER

CAMILA PRATS

JAMES PRATT

IDELIA PRECIOSA

PAIGE PREVOST

CHARLEE PRUITT

JESSICA PURNELL

RANDY QAFAITI

ASHLEY QUAN

CARYS QUEZADA

Mechanical Engineering

Biology

Political Science

Marketing

Psychology

Civil Engineering

EDEN ROUSSO

THEATRE ARTS & SCREENWRITING ’18

“... tabling for an Israel club, when I got heckled by an antiIsrael student -- we had a civil discussion which ended peacefully and well. He left thinking differently about the Middle East, and with a lot of swag!”

Liberal Studies

Sociology

Biochemistry

Management

Psychology

Biology

PAIGE PREVOST

FILM AND TV PRODUCTION & ENGLISH ’18

“...freshmen year and the feel of everything being so new. I’ll remember driving to the beach, getting a big and eating new vegan food. I’ll remember late nights biking from the library and passing creepy statues. I’ll remember sharing snacks and food. I’ll remember the service and the people who believed in me and others. I’ll remember the times that didn’t go so well, and the people who were there to listen without asking me to get over it. I’ll remember all the flowers I have passed and how the trees always bloom purple in spring. I’ll remember professors and the efforts everyone made. I will always remember the special place that this university is and the person I became here.”

Health and Human Sciences

Film and TV Production & English

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History

Finance & Accounting

Liberal Studies

Engineering Physics

Biochemistry

Political Science

Studio Arts

Economics & Music

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ALANNA QUINN

MOLLY QUINONEZ

MICHELLE QUINTERO

Sociology & Spanish

Film and Television Production

Electrical Engineering

WASEEM RADI

ELIZABETH RAHE

CANDIDO RAMIREZ

KEOLA RAMIREZ

NAYELY RAMIREZ

MARCO RAMIREZ III

JOSE RAMONASARI

HANQI RAN

MIA RAND

KATHRYN RANDOLPH

KRISTEN REAMES

Spanish

Electrical Engineering

MEGAN RANKIN

Political Science

Marketing

Mechanical Engineering

MADISON QUINTON

Entrepreneurship

Accounting

English

Accounting

Finance & Accounting

Marketing & Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/Gender Studies

NICOLE RATHBONE

SHARON RAY

JORDAN RAYMOND

PATRICK RAZON

ANDREW REAL

LAMONT REEVES

JORDAN REHBOCK

ASHLEY REHDER

EMILY REID

CAROLINE REILLY

MORGAN RENAUD

Film and Television Production

English & Spanish

English

Sociology

Liberal Studies

Economics

Marketing

English

Psychology

Biology

Marketing

Communication Studies

Marketing

CLAIRE RESTREPO

Entrepreneurship & Accounting

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CHRISTOPHER REYNOSO

Psychology & Chicana/o Studies

Marketing & English

KYLA RHYNES

ANNEMARIE RICE

Communication Studies

African-American Studies

Psychology & Dance

ASHLEY RICH

WILLIAM RICHARD

GREGORY RICHARDSON

RYAN RICKARDS

ISABEL RILEY

MICHAEL RINCON

MICHELLE RINCON

SOFIA RIPPER

CHRISTIAN ROBERTS

ERIC ROBINSON

JOSEPH ROBINSON

ANNA ROCCUCCI

KIMBERLY ROCHARD

STEFANIE RODRIGUEZ

RENZO ROMANA

JEANETTE ROMANDETTI

ANNA ROMEKA

ALEXANDRA ROSENDIN

CATHERINE ROTHANS

EDEN ROUSSO

LAUREN ROWLAND

NATHALIE RUBIN

CARL RUBSCHLAGER

Biology

Entrepreneurship

Liberal Studies

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Sociology

English

Liberal Studies

Sociology

Marketing

Theatre Arts & Screenwriting

CHRISTINE RICE

Psychology

Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies

Studio Arts

Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Economics

Studio Arts

Screenwriting

Political Science

Animation

Entrepreneurship

Marketing

HAYLEY RUEGER

Communication Studies

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VICTORIA RUFF

CRISTOBAL RUIZ

ASHLEY RUSHING

MEGAN RUSSELL

Screenwriting

Entrepreneurship

KEVIN RYAN

ALEXANDRA SAAVEDRA

SKYLAR SACA

JOHN SALINAS

CHELSEA SALONGA

TIARA SALVABILLA

PASCAL SAMBOR

SUNAR SAMTANI

IRMA SANCHEZ

SALVADOR SANCHEZ

SCARLETT SANCHEZ

MATHEW SANDERS

SYDNEY SANDERS

STEPHANIE SANDOR

KELLY SANDOVAL

MADELAINE SANFILIPPO

SARAH SANGER

ALMA SANTAMARIA

JONATHAN SANTOS

JASON SANTOSO

Communication Studies

Film and Television Production

DENIZ SAGIR

YASMINE SAHID

Theatre Arts

Psychology & Biology

CINDY SANCHEZ

ERICKA SANDOVAL

Screenwriting

Psychology

Chicana/o Studies

Finance

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Civil Engineering

Communication Studies

Accounting & Marketing

Communication Studies

English

Psychology

Computer Science & Applied Math.

Communication Studies & Art History

Marketing

Screenwriting

Studio Arts

Sociology

Entrepreneurship

Marketing

Psychology

Finance

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EVIANIA SANTY

Accounting

Political Science

FASSA SAR

GEORGE SARANTINOS

CHRISTOPHER SARDEGNA

Finance & Economics

Mechanical Engineering

Biology & Screenwriting

ACACIA SCALISE

STEPHEN SCHAAP

KATERINE SCHEKER

KATIE SCHEMBRI

RACHEL SCHUURS

JESSICA SCHWARTZ

Communication Studies

Mechanical Engineering & Political Sci.

NHANDI SCOTT

THOMAS SCULLY

COURTNEY SEBRING

ISABELLE SEDDON

SAMUEL SEINFELD

RIKU SEKINO

ALISON SELL

SAMIR SESHADRI

RUBEN SETTERGREN

SELENA SHANNON

JARED SHARFSTEIN

NATALIE SHARP

TIMOTHY SHAW

English

Health and Human Sciences

Biology

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Accounting

Management

Theatre Arts & Psychology

Computer Science

Biology

Accounting

Film and Television Production

English

Marketing

Urban Studies

ANNA SARNO

Biology

Communication Studies

Theatre Arts

ANNA SAVAGE

Marketing

Political Science

SPENCER SAWAI

Entrepreneurship

MICHAEL SCHWARZ

Marketing

AMAL SHEHADEH

Health and Human Sciences

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THE BEST DECISION I M A D E WA S . . . CLAIRE ORTEGA SPANISH ’18

CHRISTOPHER SHELBY

Marketing

JOSHUA SHEMIRANI Finance

ELIZABETH SHEN

Computer Science

STEVEN SHEPARD

SYLVIA SHIN

Marketing

Marketing

YEON-SOO SHIN Computer Science

“... actually talking to my freshman year roommate after being super awkward and shy and not talking to her for like two months. Shout out to Melanie Molina (Biology ‘18) because she is the only reason I have had any friends or have had a roommate these past four years.” EZEQUIEL PARTIDA

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ’18

“... switching majors from Mechanical to Electrical Engineering.” KATIE RANDOLPH ALEXANDRA SHINE Marketing

ETHAN SHIRIAN

History & International Relations

SKYE SHODAHL

Psychology

ANN SHOEN

SOPHIE SHOOK

Studio Arts

English

FIONA SHORROCK

Health and Human Sciences

COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“...joining Pi Phi, all of the intelligent, genuine women I met pushed me to be my truest self and be confident in doing so.” SELENA SHANNON

FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION ’18

“...adding an African-American Studies minor and expanding my knowledge on my self and my history.” AYA DIAZ CASEY SHUBIN

Communication Studies

BONIA SIANIPAR Finance

ALEXANDER SIMON English

ELLERY SIMPSON

ROBERT SINCLAIR

Theatre Arts

Political Science & English

SUDHIR SINGH

Marketing

MARKETING ’18

“... joining Belles Service Organization and interning early and often!” RIE FUKUSHIMA ENGLISH ’18

“...putting myself out there in the dance community/world and saying yes to literally every opportunity I received.”

ADAM SINKER

Screenwriting

JULIA SINTARI

Entrepreneurship

JULIAN SISON

Psychology

DANIEL SJARIF

Computer Science

BRIAN SMAIL III

Film and Television Production

JAMEY SMART

Entrepreneurship

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ALEXANDER SMITH Political Science

Communication Studies

CLAIRE SMITH

CULLEN SMITH Psychology

Mechanical Engineering

Economics & Political Science

HOUSTON SMITH

MONIQUE SMITH

MORGAN SMITH

SAMUEL SMITH

STACEE SMITH

TENIKA SMITH

DELPHERT SMITH III

KATHRYN SOBIERAJSKI

EMILY SOBOLEWSKI

GEO SOERYADJAYA

Political Science

JARED SOLIMAN

Finance

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Psychology

Marketing

History

Political Science

Sociology

Film and Television Production

JIAXUAN SONG

NATALIE SORIA

JOSHUA SORIANO

Computer Science

Film and Television Production

ROSARIO SOSA

STEVEN SOSA

Management

Health and Human Sciences

TALLIE SPENCER

LEAH SPITZ

HIRANMAYI SRINIVASAN

SIDHANT SRIVASTAVA

ARIANNA ST. OEGGER

KIMBERLY STACEY

RAVYNNE STAINE

Communication Studies

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Psychology

GREGORY SMITH

Marketing

Screenwriting

Communication Studies

Finance

Liberal Studies

Management

ARIANA SOTOODEH

Communication Studies

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LUCAS STARBUCK

KATHRYN STEPHENS

JAMES STEPHENSON

HANNAH STROHL

SOPHIA STROUD

GABRIELLA SUHERMIN

Entrepreneurship

Film and Television Production

YUNFEI SUO

NICHOLAS SY

Recording Arts

Sociology

NICHOLAS SUNGA

Computer Science

JESSICA SWIFT

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Gender Studies

Health and Human Science

Studio Arts

Asian and Pacific Studies

Film and Television Production

Economics

JOSEPH STOCK

CHRISTIAN STONE

ALEXIS STRAITEN

EMMA STRAND

LINDSAY SUNADA

RUSSELL SUNARJO

ARVIN SUTEDJA

JESSLYN SUWARDI

DREW TACCHINO

JAHAN TADAYON

Sociology

Psychology & Political Science

JACKSON SULEWSKI

SPENCER SUN

AKRITI SURI

KEVIN SURYANTO

BILL SUSANTO Economics

Film and Television Production

JOANNA SY-QUIA

MAKAYLA SYMMONDS

YZABELLA TABIRARA

Marketing

Studio Arts & English

Finance

Finance

Studio Arts

Biochemistry

Management

Film and TV Prod. & Comm. Studies

Economics

Biology

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Finance

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W H A T WA S THE BIGGEST O B S T AC L E YO U OVERCAME?

MICHAEL DEA BIOLOGY ’18

“Coming from a high school in Uganda, Africa, made me feel isolated when I first arrived. But everyone was so friendly, I not only survived but thrived! My first semester of senior year, I had two jobs and I decided to try out for the Division I rowing team and I made it on the team. My teammates demonstrated hard work, integrity, grit and community. It was a very busy semester with practices six days a week, twice a day.

WEI-YU (ELVEN) TAI Economics

Political Sci. & Women/Gender Stu.

MEGAN TAKEMOTO

EMMANUEL JOSEPH TALUSAN

JAMES TANAKA

CHARISSE TANEDO

GIORGIO TANGARA

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship & Film and TV Prod.

Economics & Political Science

Communication Studies

ARDEN TERRY

CHEYENNE THOMAS

MICHAEL TOMA

DOMINGO TOMAS

Economics

Accounting

Electrical Engineering

CORTNEY TAN

Communication Studies

JAKE TANNENBAUM

SHUI KI JOYCE TAN Psychology

ALBERT TARAKJI

HAYDEN TANABE

Management & Economics

ANNA TARICCO

ALANIS GONZALEZ SOCIOLOGY ’18

“Being the first in my family to go to college was definitely tough throughout my college career. Everyday was an uphill battle, but through the support of my mentors, friends, loved ones and the First to Go Program, I did it. We did it. Si se puede.” XAIDA WRIGHT BIOCHEMISTRY ’18

“The biggest obstacle that I overcame in college was overcoming my own self-doubt about me being successful in whatever I wanted to do throughout these past four years.”

Finance & Economics

JACKSON TAVE

Communication Studies

ARMANI TAYLOR

SABRINA TEBOU

SYDNEE TEMPLER

BAILEY THOMSEN

ALANNA THURMAN

MACKENZIE TJOGAS

DAVID TOMA

Psychology & Spanish

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Marketing

Computer Science

Marketing

Studio Arts

English

English & Screenwriting

Psychology

Political Science

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ALEXANDER TOPPER

GRANT TORRES

PILAR TORRES

Political Science

Mechanical Engineering

KELLY TOVALIN

NATALIE TRACY

OLIVIA TREECE

MEGAN TRUDO

KELLY TRUONG

CARLEEN TSE

BARBOROS TURKAY

MARIA ULLMANN

EMIR UNSAL

NIKA VAFADARI

RACHEL VAIS Biology

Accounting & Management

Studio Arts & Psychology

ZACHARY VALDRY

NUBIA VALENZUELA

EVELINA VAN NORDEN

PAIGE VANDENBURG

ALLEN VARTANIAN

Theology

Theatre Arts

Philosophy

PAULINE VALDEZ Finance

History

Marketing

Economics

Film and Television Production

Accounting

Biology

Sociology & Philosophy

Psychology

Psychology

Health and Human Sciences

Mechanical Engineering

ELIZABETH VALDES

Marketing

JUSTIN TRAN

HAILEY TRANSUE

Health and Human Sciences

Dance & Communication Studies

RENÃ&#x2030;E UBA

JORDAN UDOM

Studio Arts & Psychology

RAEGEN VALDES

Computer Science

Economics

NATHAN VALDEZ

Mechanical Engineering

TIMOTHY VASSALLO

Film and TV Production & History

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JADE VAUGHN

JUAN VAZQUEZ

ALEXANDER VELAZQUEZ

NICHOLAS VENTIGAN

MIKAELA VENTURA

JAKE VERHULP

AVERY VERNON-MOORE

ROSALIO VIDAURRI

NAOMI VIEIRA

JOSHUA VILLALOBOS

VICTORIA VITALICH

JIMMY VIVAR

MOLLY VOGEL

MADELYN VORGITCH

Liberal Studies

Psychology & Economics

Film and Television Production

Marketing & Modern Languages

LEXIS WALLACE

CAMERON WALSH

SAMUEL WALTERS

JIZHONG WANG

HANNAH WANT

NICHOLAS WARBURTON

ARABELLA WARDLAW

Film and Television Production

Health and Human Sciences

Political Science

Marketing

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Civil Engineering

Biology

Civil Engineering

English

Economics

Mechanical Engineering

Screenwriting

Finance

Health and Human Sciences

Screenwriting

Theatre Arts

Studio Arts

Mechanical Engineering

ROBERT WAGNER

Marketing

ALEXANDER VERDIN

Computer Science

JENSEN VINCA

Film and Television Production

JORDAN WALKER

Liberal Studies

JACQUELINE VERDUGO

Film and Television Production

CASSANDRA VITACCO

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Gender Studies

AMANDA WALLACE

Psychology

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BERKLEY WARLICK

JANET WARNECKE

SAMUEL WEISS

CHANNING WEITZ English

English & Political Science

Psychology & Economics

CAMERON WHEELER

HALEY WHEELON

ERLAND WIJAYA

JOVANKA WIJAYA

Communication Studies

Sociology

Communication Studies

Finance

Biology

Economics

Finance

BLAIR WARNER

Entrepreneurship

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

AMY WEBER

NATHAN WEINREICH

CHEYANNE WESS

ANGELICA WESSLANDER

MACLAINE WESTENDORF

EVELYN WESTOVER

LAUREN WHITE

JOHN LUKE WIDMAN

MADELINE WIEGEL

GERRY WIEGERT

PARKER WIGGINS HARRISON

CLAYTON WIKOFF

NATALIE WILKIE

INDIA WILLIAMS

JOSHUA WILLIAMS

MAXWELL WILLIAMS

Art History

JAKOB WEITZ

Chemistry

Mechanical Engineering

PIERCE WASSERKRUG

JOANNE WEBB

Screenwriting & Psychology

Biochemistry

Communication Studies

Civil Engineering

Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Finance

Economics

Screenwriting

Entrepreneurship & Dance

Political Science

Computer Science

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GEORNAY WILLIS

LEAH WILLOVER

Psychology

Health and Human Sciences

DANIELLE WILLS

CHO WIN HTEIN

CHU WIN HTEIN

HELENA WOJCIK

ARON WONG

KELLI WONG

NATALIE WONG

RUBY WONG

RHEA WOO

JAKE WOODLEE

JORDAN WOODS

HELAH WORKNEH

Marketing

Psychology

Marketing

XAIDA WRIGHT

Biochemistry

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Management

Computer Science

ANDREW WU

Finance & Accounting

Political Science

Computer Science

CALLIE YAHYAVI

Communication Studies

Civil Engineering

Psychology

Civil Engineering

JESSICA WITONO

Entrepreneurship

Liberal Studies

Political Science & Screenwriting

YI NING WONG

PEARL WONGSERBCHART

CLAIRE WRIGHT

KATHERINE WRIGHT

MADISON WRIGHT

Communication Studies

Health & Human Sciences

MEI YAMAMOTO

LIBERTY YANAGA

Health and Human Sciences

EMILY WIRICK

Sociology & Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s/Gender Studies

Animation

Biochemistry

MAN YANG

Film and Television Production

Psychology

Accounting

YIBIN YAO

Film and TV Prod. & European Stu.

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MUSTAFA YASAR II English

MARISSA YONAMINE

JOSHUA YAURY

KAITLYN YEE

VICTORIA YEE

ALEXANDER YEO

VERONICA YEPIZ

ALEXANDRA ZAMORA

Entrepreneurship

Biology

Finance

Economics

Marketing

Health and Human Sciences

CALEB YOO

CAMERONN YOUNG-HARRY

MENG YUAN

BIANCA ZAKERANI

MATEEN ZAREKARI

VANESSA ZAVALA-ZIMMERER

CRISTINA ZEBELJAN

LEILA ZEIN-PHILLIPSON

CARLY ZENKER

Biology

Psychology & Comm. Studies

Sociology

Mechanical Engineering

Management

Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Studio Arts

SAVANNAH YERMAN

Liberal Studies

Psychology

ARMAAN ZARE

Health and Human Sciences

Biology & Biochemistry

ISABELLA ZENKER

JAKOB ZERMENO

Marketing & Studio Arts

Theatre Arts

T H E S O N G T H A T W I L L A L WAY S R E M I N D YO U O F C O L L E G E I S . . . GEORGIA BUXTON

COMMUNICATION STUDIES ’18

“Closing Time” by Semisonic. ANA MACASPAC STUDIO ARTS ’18

YIMING ZHOU

Recording Arts

SHAOFENG ZHU

Studio Arts

WEICHEN ZHU

Finance & Accounting

ABIGAIL ZIMMERMAN

Management

“Weak” by AJR.

JOSHUA YAURY

ENTREPRENEURSHIP ’18

“Brave” by Sara Bareilles. ABIGAIL MAGELLANES URBAN STUDIES ’18

MATTHEW MANGIONE THEATRE ARTS ’18

“Holding Out for a Hero” by Jennifer Saunders (Shrek 2, Soundtrack 14).

“7/11” by Beyonce.

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W E L L D O N E S E N I O R S

MARI CARLSON "Your talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God." —Leo Buscaglia Aspire to inspire and have faith that your talents will take you as far as you can imagine. We are so proud of you! LOVE, MOM, DAD, BRYN & MARC

CHRISTINE ARYEE Words cannot express how proud we are of you. You have accomplished a lot and have grown into a smart, caring and beautiful young woman. May your future be bright and remember that with God, all things are possible. Congratulations!! WE LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD & JULIE

Y O U ' V E M A D E

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P R O U D

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RALPH PATACSIL

We are always nervous and worried sending you away. We know it wasn't easy, and you never gave up. You faced and conquered your challenges with strength, determination and confidence. You did it and we're so proud of you. CONGRATULATIONS, all the best for your future and God bless you always. LOVE, DAD, MOM & EURIAH

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HAILEY TRANSUE Dear Hailey, We are so impressed with your tenacity and never-ever-giveup attitude. You persevered in achieving not one but two majors when people around you said you couldn’t and some said you shouldn’t. Not only that but your passion for both majors Dance and Communications is equal, intertwined and illuminating. You have amazed us through your journey and grow th at LMU in your creativity, strength, undying passion and drive. Your voice is significant and what you have to say is compelling and interesting and should never be silenced. When you are on stage none of us can help but watch you. You have a gravitational pull on the audience that is genuine and moving. We are drawn to your innate interpretation of the choreographer’s vision and your own passion for communicating a message and storytelling through dance. We look forward to following you around the world in your pursuit of your art and voice through dance. We admire and love you to the moon and back. LOVE, MOM & DAD

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ARMANI DELORES TAYLOR From the time I heard your first heartbeat, I’ve loved you with all my heart! From "Cradle" to "Communications Degree", we’ve loved every moment of your journey! You make us proud! The whole village is celebrating! LOVE MAH, GRANDMA, GRANDDADDY, JANNA & CHANEL

GRANT GADBOIS Congratulations on all that you have learned and accomplished at LMU—and the strong relationships you have developed along the way. We love you and are very proud of you! MOM, DAD & TYLER

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STEPHANIE CLARK Congratulations from all of us for the outstanding achievement at LMU! We are all very proud and look forward to watching your continued successes, wherever life leads you. Look out, world! WITH LOVE, MOM, DAD & JAY

KIM CALTAGIRONE "Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!" —Dr. Suess Kim—Keep being you! WE LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD & ARTHUR

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AUBREY FISCHER

LAUREN ROWLAND Lauren, we are so proud of the person you have become. You are a loving, fun and generous soul and you make this Earth a better place. We love you.

Congratulations on a job well done. We are very proud of all that you have achieved. “Cherish your visions and dreams, as they are the children of your soul.” Pursue those dreams! And accomplish all those goals that you have envisioned for your future. May God continue to bless you and direct your journey. With our love, Mom & Dad

MAMA, DADDY, ALEX & CALI

CLARA J. HILL You’ve come a long way, baby! Congratulations! We love you, and are so very proud. WITH LOVE FROM, MOM, DAD, HANNAH & FREDDY

CHRISTIAN ROBERTS Congratulations Christian! As we celebrate this milestone and everything you have accomplished, we want you to know that we are extremely proud of you! As the next chapter of your life is about to begin, stay true to yourself and enjoy the journey. You have the world in front of you, go and chase your dreams. Keep God first and everything else will fall into place. We are your biggest fans, and we will always be here for you. WE LOVE YOU, DAD, MOM & CYNTHIA

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TOMAS LEDESMA Tomas—It’s hard to believe your college years are coming to an end. We are so proud of all you have accomplished and cannot wait to see what your future holds. You have had a dream since you were young and you have followed that dream to Los Angeles. See it through and enjoy the journey! Know that we love you and will always be there for you. LOVE, MOM & DAD

DANIEL JOSEPH Daniel, from your first day at LMU you have made us very proud of what you have been able to accomplish. LOVE, MOM & DAD

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LESLY JUAREZ Mi pequeña guerrera, Por algo pasaste largas horas sin dormir para estudiar. ¡Ahora tienes tu pago y la hiciste! ¡Felicitaciones! TE QUEREMOS MUCHO, TU TÍO ÁNGEL Y TÍA MARTHA Y ABUELA

NATALIE BAUGHAN We are so proud of all you have accomplished and know you will move through the next phase of your life with all the grace and success you show us everyday. We are honored to be your family.

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KIT JOHNSTON "May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face, and rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand." —An Irish Blessing Congratulations, Kit! We are proud of you… Work hard… Have fun… Laugh much… Follow your dreams… LOVE, MOM & DAD

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JAY D. COFFEY

Dean Jay D., Well done and congratulations on graduating from LMU. From the new student acceptance day, to the first day of move in, going to represent LMU for flag football, being an officer in the Snowboard/Ski Club, going to South Korea and China with a study group, working at the Loyolan as a staff photographer, creating a backpack for your business project, being one of ten 'Rising Stars' in the Entrepreneur Program, taking Paul Orfalea's class in the fall of your senior year, representing LMU in a pitch competition in Tampa Bay, Florida, to representing LMU as a finalist for Saint Louis University's 'Real' Elevator Pitch Competition, we are so very proud of you. Keep up the good work and continue to persevere in your business endeavors. Keep focus and you will be successful. We love you very much and are extremely proud of your accomplishments at LMU. You will join the ranks of being part of the LMU alumni. YOUR LOVING PARENTS, COLIN & MILA DEANNA SAYS "ME TOO."

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JOSHUA SHEMIRANI Dear Joshua, Congrats on your outstanding achievement, for us you’ve always been number one. We closed our eyes for but a moment and suddenly a man stood where a boy used to be. You’ve given us so many reasons to be proud of the man you’ve become, but the proudest moment for us is telling others that you are our son. Chasing of dreams is not an easy job, it requires passion, commitment and dedication, as you proved it in your success as a graduate. We wish you confidence to face your challenges, wisdom to pick the right path in your bright future. WE LOVE YOU NOW AND FOREVER, MOM & DAD

SELENA VICTORIA SHANNON We sent our little girl to LMU and you have blossomed. It was fun watching you approach your education with the drive and determination you’ve demonstrated throughout your childhood. You have grown so much in self awareness and awareness of the world. Your work in the film department and as the president of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Tau Kappa Chapter, is inspiring to all. You have excelled beyond what we imagined for you. We are so proud of the woman you have become. Congratulations on your graduation from LMU. Wishing you love and many blessings.

MARINA MENCHERO Dearest Marina, we are so proud of you for the fine young woman that you have become. We wish you all the happiness this great world has to offer. Always keep sparkling! LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH, MOMMY & DADDY

DAD, MOM, CHELSEA & SUNNY

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ALEC BAKTAMIAN

MIKAELA VENTURA Mikaela— We are so proud of how you keep adding to the goodness and beauty in the world. Keep trusting in God and use your talents given to you for His praise. It’s a beautiful thing to see our daughter we’ve always loved growing up and continuing our LMU legacy. Congratulations, with all our love.

Our dear Alec, Four years ago after we dropped you off and watched you move into Del Rey North we left our hearts on campus and could never imagine how fast these years would pass. Today, mere words can’t describe our happiness. Your college graduation is a day we have envisioned since you were born. You have proven to be a hard worker and relentless in achieving your personal goals and during this journey you have transformed into a stellar human being and son. We wish you continued success and hope that you’ll have many more accomplishments.Thank you for giving us the opportunity to be your parents and brother and for being one of our true sources of joy. Wishing you endless love, happiness and success. MOM, DAD & TOMMY

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KATHERINE JIMENEZ You have filled our hearts with so much joy by watching you grow and mature into a beautiful, young woman. We are beyond proud of your accomplishments during your four years at LMU. Your determination to excel in all you do will lead you to achieve your career goals. Our future dentist! CONGRATULATIONS KAT! LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD, MEL & MATT

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JORDAN REHBOCK

Jordy, You have worked hard to get to this day. We are so very proud of all you have accomplished. You continue to amaze us with your deep thoughts, quick wit and compassionate nature. We know your future holds great success and excitement. Congratulations! “And gladly wolde he lerne, and gladly teche.” ― Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales" LOVE, MOM & DAD

JESSICA SWIFT Awe inspiring. Fearlessly brave. An overwhelming admiration, wonder and respect in watching your journey thus far. Perseverance and grit resides deep within you. Go forward courageously, radiating your love, make positive contributions to the world and embrace moments of grace. Focus on the positive qualities you can contribute to the greater good. Honor your legacy as you go out into the world with your integrity, knowing that every fiber of your being has been flawlessly woven to this point. They say, little girls with dreams become women with visions and change. BE your dreams Jessica!

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MELANIE MOLINA

ANNA LEIGH SAVAGE Anna…You’ve always been our reflective, artistic, beautiful explorer. We hope you continue to always enjoy the beauty that surrounds you. We’re so proud of you and love you forever! LOVE, MOM & DAD

Mel-Mel, four years at LMU went by so quickly! We know the road to your biology degree was extremely difficult at times and all the while you seemed to enjoy every minute. Your perseverance and ability to keep everything in perspective will pave the way to success later in life. Your exuberant character, determination, drive and motivation have taken you far and will eventually lead you through all your future endeavors. Always show your beautiful smile, enjoy life, and never give up on your dreams! We are so proud of you! We love you!! MOM, DAD & MICHAEL

ARIANA SOTOODEH Dear Ariana, It seems just like yesterday when you started your beautiful journey at LMU and here you are today graduating with your classmates. Your hard work and perseverance paid off. You’ve accomplished so much in your 21 years and we can’t wait to see what’s next.

MARY ALVERSON Congratulations, Mary! Your beautiful smile, fabulous energy, wonderful compassion, super smarts and pure hard work has served you well. We are so proud of who you are and who you are becoming. LOVE MOM, DAD, JILL & AMY

We are very proud of you. Lots of congratulations! LOVE, MOM, DAD & CAMERON

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Mara, it is hard for me to put into words how proud I am of the woman you have become. It brings me so much joy to see how you made the most of your college experience in every possible way. You made sure to maximize the educational, social and personal growth aspects that college has to offer. I know these past four years are just another stepping stone on your way to an exceptionally bright and fulfilling future. I’m proud to be your Papa & I love you more than you’ll ever know. I LOVE YOU MUCHO, PAPA

Your time in school may be over but there is still so much to be learned. Spend every waking hour working as hard as you did to get here. Never stop learning. Never settle. And always remember, “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” Mara, congratulations on all of your accomplishments and happy graduation. LOVE, MITO

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BRIAN DOUGLAS HAMADA You have given us many reasons to be proud of the man you've become. Now go conquer life with dignity, laughter and most of all, with compassion. Congratulations with lots of love. FROM POPO, DAD, MOM, SOPHIE & LILI

CYNTHIA GARCIA Congrats on your graduation!! You did it!! We are extremely proud of you!! Our first college graduate in the family!! You are a role model to your younger siblings. We love you with all our hearts and will always support you!! May God guide you on your next journey. LOVE, MOM, DAD, ANGELA, GABRIEL & CAMILA

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CARLEEN ANN TSE You are a leader, you are charitable, and you have challenged the world with your insatiable compassion and endless determination. The last four years comprise not only your academic achievements, but have added definition to your life: a toothbrush, an ivy leaf, a ramen bowl and much more. You have always followed what is in your heart, truly manifesting an extraordinary life! We love you so much and are proud to call you sister, daughter and best friend. In the words of fashionista Tyra Banks, "you have what it takes to be a victorious, independent, fearless woman."

TATYANNA LEWIS Congrats Tatyanna! I am so proud of you for completing co ll e g e a n d yo ur s o cce r career at LMU! I can’t wait to see what is in store for you next! Always keep your faith, and never lose sight of your goals and values! LOVE ALWAYS, MOM

LOVE, MOM, DAD & ETHAN

DOMINIC V. BUDETTI Bud, we are amazed and inspired by you! We're so proud of all you've accomplished & how hard you work to reach your goals!! Your intelligence and integrity paired with your caring and empathetic heart are a rare combination. You've always had the sweetest soul and biggest desire to do good in our world. You spread kindness and make good choices, despite what others do. We know you'll do big things going forward and continue to make this world a better place. Congratulations!!

MICHAEL MARISCAL We are so proud of you and the young man that you have become. We realize that you have worked so hard to get to this point in your life. As your family, we couldn’t be prouder. We feel blessed that you’re our son and that you’ve done so well at LMU. Over the years, we have watched you with immense joy. We have laughed with you and celebrated your successes. We have worried about you and even shared your disappointments. We are excited to continue sharing this journey with you and can’t wait to see what’s next. You have filled our hearts with love beyond compare. Now, here we are, filled with love and pride and delighted to share in the excitement of your graduation! WITH MUCH LOVE, TODAY AND ALWAYS, MOM, DAD & MELISSA

LOVE, MOM, DAD, MADDI & IZZI

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MIA DABDOUB Congratulations on four years of hard work, dedication and selfgrowth. I have watched you, with great admiration, work diligently to achieve the stellar education you have rightfully earned and to become the strong, independent woman you are. Not only have you persevered through lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s challenges, you have done so with courage and with grace. Your dad and I could not be more proud. With your ambitious heart and beautiful mind, I have no doubt you will achieve all you aspire in life. There is no end to your dreams. I know you will accomplish them allâ&#x20AC;Ś My precious Mia. LOVE, MOM & DAD

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DREW W. GIBSON Dear Drew, It is with profound pride and sheer happiness that we celebrate you, your accomplishments, and your graduation from LMU! You are an extraordinary young man, and you have brought so much joy and happiness into our lives. You have exceeded all expectations, and we commend you for pursuing and achieving your goals with passion, hard work and dedication. The world awaits you! "To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; To appreciate beauty; To find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded!" â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803â&#x20AC;&#x201C;1882) Congratulations on your successes, Drew! We know that you will continue to be a great success in all your endeavors as you move forward in the pursuit of your dreams. WITH ALL OUR LOVE, MOM, DAD & ALEX

STACEY JOY JAPHTA Always remember You are braver than you believe Stronger than you seem Smarter than you think And loved more than you know. BEST WISHES FOR THE NEXT EXCITING SEASON, LOVE, MOM, DAD & ERIN__

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SUNAR SAMTANI Dear Sunar, The last four years have passed by so fast and we are so proud of the man you have become! We pray that you make full use of your special talents and are blessed with a bright, successful and healthy future. May you always be happy and live life to the fullest. Stay humble and wonderful, we love you Sunar!

Congratulations sweet Panda!! You did it! Three degrees, internships, jobs, Pi Phi and Greek life, friends, travel, and So. Much. Fun! A few challenges, too, but you’ve handled the last four years at LMU with your typical kindness AND strength; you are a truly beautiful person, inside and out. We are beyond proud of you, Amanda. Remember…you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think, and loved so much MORE than you’ll ever know. CONGRATS AND MUCH LOVE, DAD, MOM, JENNA & ALL YOUR KITTIES

LOVE ALWAYS, PAPA, MOM, KRISH & MUSTARD

SHERIDEN NICOLE GROVES Believing in you has always been easy because you have always defied the odds, when others struggled with their teens you continued to make us proud. Your focus, drive, and vision is going to take you exactly where you know you should be, the top, excelling in life, faith, family, and career. We are still proud of you Sheriden and grateful to God you are the daughter He blessed us with. You’re beautiful inside and out, a great big sister, always looking to encourage others while motivating yourself.

ALEXANDRA MARIE FRITZ Always a princess, Today a queen! Rule your destiny with joy! LOVE, MOMMY, DAD & NATHANIEL

LOVE, MOM, DAD, JEFFREY, BOSS & FAMILY

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To my Mookie, Every year I see you become a more and more incredible woman. Your personality continues to grow into a professional, determined and fun person, and I’m very proud to call you my sister. I have so much love and respect for you, and I know that with college coming to a close you are now free to take on the world and build an incredible life for yourself surrounded by love and all the greatest things. I LOVE MY STINKER, NIC Holly, I remember when we were little and would sit at the counter and sing opera while you colored and I did my homework and when we would play restaurant and somehow you were always my boss. You have always been a hard worker and always a leader. I am so proud of how far you have come and how much you have accomplished! You are intelligent, kind, thoughtful, and have all the potential you could ever need to do whatever you wanted. The world is lucky to have you in it, and I am the luckiest sister. I love you. Happy graduation! This is only the beginning. CHOOPIES FOR LIFE, NATALIE Beauty, brains, heart & now a diploma? Mookie. Remember this day and the sense of pride that comes with it. Use that to move towards your next big goal. We are so incredibly proud of your accomplishments and the person you’ve become. Don’t ever stop pursuing knowledge. Take my advice and this definitely won’t be the last time we get to brag about you! We adore you, Holly. Mazel Tov. XXX CHECCA

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HOLLY RAE DE ANGELO

Holly, SIMPLY STATED, you’re beautiful, very intelligent, tenacious, witty, loveable AND have the BEST smile! I have bragging rights as your Dad—but don’t think I’m bragging. Being eyewitness to your success and continued growth, LMU has been an amazing growing and learning experience for you. We are all so excited about your future! Knowing that a leopard doesn’t change its spots, my bet is on YOU! For the BEST is yet to come! May God continue to abundantly Bless you! DAD

Hollsie, Through tears of joy and pride, I write this to you, my baby girl. I turned around—just for a second—and my little girl grew up! I could not be PROUDER of who you have grown to be and what you have accomplished! You have always been responsible, diligent, hard working, pro-active and on your game. You are talented, creative, charming and funny. You have a GREAT head on your shoulders… AND you are TRULY beautiful, inside and out! I cannot WAIT to see what you and God are going to accomplish in your future! Remember to always stay close to HIM! You can do ANYTHING you put your mind to, and I KNOW you will do GREAT things! I love you bigger than the ocean! LOVE, MOM

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MATTHEW PARSONS Matthew, we are so pleased that you have made the most of your time at LMU, in your thinking, learning, service, travel and fraternity. We know you have made many special friends there and been inspired by many wonderful people. Now it’s time to go out into the world and find your purpose and the contribution you can make. You’re ready! WITH LOVE FROM MUM & DAD

YZABELLA TABIRARA To our dearest daughter, Yzie. We are so blessed to have you as our daughter. You made us so proud of your accomplishments in life. We have watched you grow into a mature and confident young lady. Dad and I know you’re headed for greatness!! We love you and pray for your continued success. Congratulations on your graduation!!! Good luck in your next adventures in life. WE LOVE YOU, DAD, MOM & DYLAN

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TYLER JOHNSON You’ve been our trail blazer at school, on stage and in life by setting the Johnson standard every day. Your journey has taken you from “excabators” to airplanes, from aliens to Jesus (with a cast of characters in between), and now, to building rockets. We’re proud of all your accomplishments, but most importantly because you have become an intelligent, compassionate, faithfilled man. From a Bear, to an Eagle, to a Lion, and now real life, we’re thankful for the opportunities God has given you and look forward to your future. LOVE YOU FOREVER, DAD, MOM, KATIE & MATTHEW

CHRISTINA CHRISTOU Congratulations Christina! We have always admired our kind, joyful with a drive to succeed daughter. You continue to make us so proud with all your achievements! Follow your dreams and never, ever give up! We love you so much. DAD, MOM, YOUR BROTHER AND ALL THE FAMILY

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Alexander Justus Smith — Our A.J. Son, you have reached another “Life” moment with graduating from LMU. We are so proud of your life’s journey. From Mt. Washington Elementar y to Ribet Academy to Loyola High School to LMU, you have been blessed by great teachers and lifelong friends. From interning for a congressman to interning in the UK Parliament, you have great adventures to look back on, and many more to come. Keep believing in God above who loves you and is watching over you. Keep being an advocate of your progressive causes, and make the world a better place. Always make a positive difference in other people’s lives. Continue to work hard. Love. Be full of joy. You are loved beyond words by your parents, grandparents, family and friends. Blessings.

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BLAKE P. DAVIDSON You did it ... and we are so very proud! Wherever your journey takes you, we hope and pray for much success and happiness. LOVE YOU ALWAYS, MOM, DAD & NATHAN

HIDEO HARRY LOASBY To our Super Star Boy! Congratulations Harry! S o p ro u d of yo u a n d a ll your achievements t h u s f a r. L o o k i n g for ward to all the n e w o n e s to co m e. No matter where your adventures take you, we will always be your greatest fans!

Christina, We are so proud of your four-year achievement! You have always been determined and consistent in all your pursuits. We can't wait to see what your artistic abilities and drive will help you accomplish in the future! LOVE, MOM, DAD & JOSEPH

ACACIA SCALISE Acacia, we have watched you throughout the years planting your dreams along your journey of life. We are now seeing all of the beautiful things that you have planted, coming into full bloom. You have left a trail of dreams filled with hope in your garden of life and we are still seeing those seeds blossoming with much anticipation and joy. May your life always be a sweet fragrance like a sunflower and a peony. Always remember we love you and are very proud of all that you have become. You have been an inspiration to all of your family. Good Job!

LOVE FROM MUM, DAD, NATTIE, MAYA & JIRO

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MARC MORENOTAKEGAMI CAMILLE CABRERA Camille, we are so proud of the young lady you have become! Be the same great girl forever, with a true heart of gold! LMU will be missed by you and your family too! LOVE, YOUR LUCKY FAMILY, DAD, MOM & SOFIA

Congratulations, Marc! The last four years, you have experienced so much and grown into an amazing adult. Your passion has changed from soccer to golf, to serving others, but one thing hasn't changed through your journey is your perseverance. You always put 100% in what you have set your heart into. With that, you'll accomplish whatever you decide to do in the future. We are so proud of you always! WITH MUCH LOVE, DAD, MOM & ANNA

KENDALL SCHOENBORN MILLER Kendall, We are all very proud of all your accomplishments during your time at LMU. You have grown to be an amazing young women and we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait to see what the future holds.

AAISHAH OYINDAMOLA KELANI Congratulations! Aaishah Oyindamola Kelani, arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee. For, behold, the darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people: but the Lord shall arise upon thee, and his glory shall be seen upon thee. We love and wish you everlasting happiness, joy and prosperity. DAD, MOM, TUNDE, NIYI & YEMI

LOVE, MOM, DAD, MEGAN, NICK & OLIVIA

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KATHY MERKL Congratulations to my amazing smart beautiful daughter! YOUR LOVING DAD

You are such a beautiful and intelligent young woman. I dearly love you and I am so proud of all your accomplishments! LOVE, MOMMA

BIANCA A. GAN It’s absolutely amazing how much you’ve accomplished. As a girl, you have always been sweet and kind. As a woman, we can’t be any prouder of how much you’ve stayed true to yourself. We have no doubts that you will continue to triumph and be successful in your new journey. WE LOVE YOU ALWAYS, MOM & UNCLE DAVID

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MIRANDA D. FLORER Congratulations Miranda! You bring such love and joy into our lives. We treasure every step of your journey. We believe in you, we love you and we will always be so proud of you. Believe in yourself, pursue your dreams and enjoy every moment along the way! ALL OUR LOVE, PAPA, MOM, MATTHEW & MEGAN

ANDRE TIMOTHY BRION Congratulations Andre! We are so proud of you and your accomplishments and the wonderful young man you have become. Believe in yourself and we will always support and guide you in whatever career path you will choose. Good luck to all of your endeavors and we wish you only the best as you move forward to fulfill your life long dreams. We believe you will do great things. We are truly blessed to have you in our lives. We love you alwaysâ&#x20AC;¦ WITH ALL OUR LOVE, DAD, MOM & ABBY

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MADISON PIECHOWSKI Madison, We are so ver y proud of you and your accomplishments. Your style and work ethic will take you far in your career and life. You have been a huge blessing to us and we thank God for bringing you to us. Reach for the stars! WE LOVE YOU, MOM & DAD

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PETR HERMAN

You did it! Thank you for all your efforts to go after you dreams despite all the obstacles that have fallen into your way. YOUR MUM, DAD & SISTER

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JORDAN UDOM From the first day of school to your last four years of college, we are so proud of you and all your accomplishments, hard work and dedication. CONGRATULATIONS! We love you and wish you the best in your future endeavors. MOM, DAD, JUSTIN, JASON & JARIN

ANNA SARNO Congratulations Anna! You have proved that you are capable of great accomplishments and adventure. We couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be prouder of the beautiful woman you are inside and out and love you more than you can imagine. God Bless you always. MOM, DAD, ANTHONY & ROBERT

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JACQUELINE LEA WILEMAN You have made us all so proud. We look forward to continuing to watch you grow into a strong, confident and remarkable woman. WITH LOVE AND CONGRATULATIONS! NANCY, JOHN, NICHELLE, MAS, STACEY & CODY

ALANNA MARIE THURMAN Dear Alanna, From that first teary day to graduation, you made it! Dreams become life and yours will always be one of adventure and beauty. From you, we have learned so much and your ability to create inspiration through your poetry, your dance, your art, is our gift. Whatever path you choose will be the right one. We love you to the moon and back!

"I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages hence and hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I Took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference."

LOVE, MOMMY, DADDY & MACKENZIE

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ELIZABETH HOLLAND Our sweet and sassy little princess has become a brilliant and beautiful young woman. Having you as our daughter has brought us such joy through the years. We are incredibly proud of you and all your accomplishments. You have worked so hard to achieve your goals. As you embark on your next great adventure, remember to always follow your dreams. Embrace life and live it to the fullest. And remember that we will always love you to the moon and back. LOVE, MO & PO

CAMILA NATASHA PRATS SARAH DELUCA

God has blessed us with you in our life and has made us better people for it. We are so proud of your accomplishments and graduation at LMU, with your tenderness and compassion you will bless others in your path as teacher. You did it!!! Congratulations and we love you. DAD, MOM & LUCAS

Sarah, we are so proud of the remarkable work you have done at LMU and the beautiful and extraordinary young woman and artist you have become. We know that whatever the future brings, you will meet it with the same passionate determination you have shown your whole life. Know that we love you always, and we are always here for you. WITH ALL OUR LOVE, MOM & DAD

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CLAIRE SMITH Your family couldn't be more proud of you! Congratulations on all of your accomplishments. We love you and look forward to many more celebrations to come.

JOSHUA DAVID VILLALOBOS

Dear son, Your mom and I wanted to commemorate this time in your life with two photos: one for how we remember you, and the other is who you are now. Nothing has been easy for you. You have had to overcome tremendous challenges like keeping up your grade point average to maintain scholarships, fulfill responsibilities that you could have blown off, and yet you still found time to DJ at parties and travel to many cities both here and abroad. Your mother and I are so proud of who you are. We have raised an intelligent, humble, hard working go-getter, who sees an obstacle as just a speed bump on the way to his goals. You are UNSTOPPABLE! May God bless you always. We love you so very, very much. Congratulations, you did it Lion! ALL OUR LOVE, MOM, DAD, CHRISTIN, VICTORIA & KAYLA

MORGAN MUTCH Behind you, all your memories. Before you, all your dreams. Around you, all who love you. Within you, all you are. All our love forever and always. MOMMA & DADDY

NATALIE WILKIE Our darling Natalie, We are so very proud of you, and we love you beyond measure. Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;St. Catherine of Siena You've always had the fuel. Now you've got the matches. Light it up, lovie. With all our love, Mom, Dad & Ellery

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KELLY MARIE TOVALIN What a friend we have in time Gives us children, makes us wise Tells us what to take or leave behind And the gifts of growing old All the stories to be told Of the feelings more precious than gold. Friends, I will remember you, think of you, Pray for you And when another day is through I'll still be friends with you. Kelly, always dream big. Keep the fighting spirit and your strong will alive. You have a beautiful spirit, never be afraid to use it. Congratulations on your graduation from LMU. LOVE ALWAYS, MOM, DAD & MEGAN

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LUIS ENRIQUE GUEVARA YOU DID IT LU!!! Our Little Hoagie!! Congratulations!! You have so much to be proud of and we all know you will succeed in any path you take in life. From eating pizza, to collecting sticks, to being a Ninja/Jedi Master, and especially becoming a Robotics Champion, you are AMAZING beyond words!! You are incredibly smart and determined to build your own legacy. To us, you will always be our baby and the absolute cutest Chivas fan. We love you to infinity and beyond. FROM, MOM, DAD, MARI & CHITA

MACLAINE WESTENDORF Be graceful, it is your most contagious virtue. Be humble, privilege is perishable. Stand up, be present, be willing. Be brave, breathe through fear. Exhale. Be resilient, fall down seven times, get up eight. Be proud, pride is not arrogance. Be gracious, make a difference in someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s day. Say wow. Give until it hurts. Love openly, unconditionally, there is no more rewarding way to live. Stand for something. Have hope in everything and always PLAY YOUR GAME. I LOVE YOU THE FRICKEN MOSTEST, MOM

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KATRINA ESPIRITU To Our Darling Katrina, We are so very proud of you for reaching this special milestone in your life. You can do anything you set your mind to because you’re a very smart, responsible and strong woman. Above all, remember that the Lord Himself goes before you, and is always with you. You can do all things in Christ who strengthens you. You are loved more than you’ll ever know. Congratulations our darling on your graduation! We love you so much! LOVE, MOM, TASHA, BORIS, KOSHKA & MIHSHKA

Hi Katrina, Congratulations anak! I’m very proud and very happy for you! I know that you can achieve whatever you want in life if you just set your heart and mind to it. So anak just follow your dreams and stay simple, sweet and humble ok? Remember to always pray for guidance from the Holy Spirit. I love you and miss you always! DAD

JONATHAN DE ROUEN Congratulations to our outstanding son! We are very proud of you and your accomplishments. Your future is bright with so many possibilities. Thank you for being a blessing to us and so many others. We love you. MOM & DAD

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JORDAN MARIE BLOCK Our Most Precious Jordan, Where has the time gone? The past four years have rewarded you with numerous successes and accomplishments, as well as a few challenges. Through it all, you learned to cope, adapt, overcome and mature into a beautiful, high-achieving young woman. But it is your sense of adventure, commitment and leadership, as you pursue every opportunity with enthusiasm and dedication, that awes us most. We could not be more proud of younot because of your accomplishments but because of WHO you are! The beautiful light who entered our lives 22 years ago has matured into a strong, independent woman of faith, possessing gifts of laughter, love, compassion, determination and dreams. So, it is with great pride and some tears that we embolden our most precious daughter to spread her wings and soarâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to embrace a new journey that will lead her to people and places sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s never dreamed of before. We pray, Jordan, that your strong academic studies and fond memories at LMU will not only be an inspiration for your future endeavors, but a foundation for the rest of your life. Numbers 6:24-26 We love you to the moon and back! ALWAYS AND FOREVER, MOM & DAD

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JEANETTE CHRISTINE ROMANDETTI You’ve done a fabulous job and there is no limit of what you can do. You have always challenged yourself and endeavored to do your very best. Continue to live life to the fullest, and never stop pursuing your dreams. As you move on to your next journey know that your family and friends are here cheering for you. We are blessed to have you in our lives! ALL OUR LOVE, MOM, DAD, GRANDMA BEVERLY & GREG

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." —Eleanor Roosevelt

Words cannot express how truly proud of you we all are. You have worked so hard all your school years especially in these last four years. The force is strong with you, your hard work, dedication and commitment to God, your education, your family and friends is the reason you have come so far and accomplished so much. We are so proud of all your accomplishments and even more proud of the person you’ve become. You are a great role model and inspiration to everyone around you. Thank you for being a great son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend. We all love you to infinity and beyond! Congratulations on this amazing achievement little Mowgli. We wish you much success in the next phase of your life. May the love of God and the light of Jesus guide you and fill your heart always. May the force be forever with you. We can’t wait to see what’s next.

MARCO RAMIREZ

"I learned all about life with a ball at my feet." —Ronaldinho LOVE YOUR FAMILY, MOM, DAD, MIA, GRANDMA & HAZEL (B&B) THE BRECEDA, RODRIGUEZ, MILIAN, GALLO, AND RUIZ FAMILIES

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LISETTE NICOLE DUNOGUEZ Lisette, mi hija querida: Estoy muy orgullosa que has logrado tu propósito en terminar tu carrera y formarte un futuro para una vida mejor. We are so proud of you and everything that you have accomplished. Though our family has endured some tragedies in the last few years, you showed a lot of strength and poise in the face of these adversities. We have enjoyed seeing your creativity flourish and admire your dedication to your craft. We couldn’t be prouder of you. We wish you the absolute best in everything you set out to accomplish. Te deseamos lo mejor en la vida. Con mucho amor y cariño.

LAUREN EAGAN "The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep." —Robert Frost Congratulations Lauren! We are forever proud! LOVE, YOUR FAMILY

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MONIQUE SMITH Monique, we are so proud of the young woman that you are. Selfless, talented, gifted, God-loving, kind, intelligent and inclusive. It almost feels like yesterday you were making your college decision and we stand here today in awe of the journey we are on with you. We love you. YOUR FAMILY, THE SMITHS

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ANIKA JESS May the most that you wish for be the least that you receiveâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; your journey continues.

NAYELY J. RAMIREZ To our daughter, Nayely we are very proud of you, we love you very much. Congratulations and good luck.

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JESSICA ANGELICA PEREZ We're so proud of you! We enjoyed seeing you become such a good and beautiful young lady. Your future is pretty bright, you have to wear shades! God bless you, our lil' angel! "Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength, They will soar as with eagles' wings, They will run and not grow weary, Walk and not be faint." —Isaiah 40: 30-31

JESSICA PURNELL Jessica, We are proud of all you have accomplished and look forward to all that is yet to come. “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” — Confucius LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD & ERIN

WITH ALL OUR LOVE, MOM & DAD

MATTHEW PETERSEN Congratulations, Matthew! Great job, Mattman. You’ve done yourself proud. Your next great adventure beckons. Now, go make it happen. Always remember that we love you and we’re behind you every step of the way!

RACHEL B. HANLEY From your first day of school until your last LMU class, we are so very proud of you and all your accomplishments! LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD, TYLER, SARA, DAVID & PUPS

LOVE, MOM, DAD, MICHAEL & CHRISTINE, ANDREW & CHRISTINE

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ERICA NICOLE CARIN Four years ago you left the safety of your childhood home and made your way to LMU. Although we have been with you every minute of the last four years, we are speechless when we see the woman you have become. You have magnificently remained healthy and happy. You have brilliantly mastered the art of time management and you have successfully navigated the classroom. Very simply, you have matured with both beauty and confidence. Erica, may you continue to conduct yourself with compassion for others and exuberance for life! Well done and bravo! We love you, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Weet Pea! DAD, MOM, CHRIS & JON

VIVIANE NGUYEN Congrats, VVN! We are very proud of you and best wishes for your next adventure! MOM, DAD, VAL & "DA PEP"

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JAKE KEKOA HARBISON Our amazing Jake, you are a superstar, leading the way, shining bright and strongâ&#x20AC;¦ We are so proud of you! LOVE, MOM, DAD & LUKE

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VICTOR ANTONIO LABARTHE GO FORTH AND SET THE WORLD ON FIRE! This is just the beginning of a fantastic start! No fears! You can do anything you set your mind to and are willing to work for! Just keep falling in love! "Nothing is more practical than finding God, than falling in love in a quite absolute, final way. What you are in love with, what seizes your imagination, will affect everything. "It will decide what will get you out of bed in the morning, what you do with your evenings, how you spend your weekends, what you read, whom you know, what breaks your heart, and what amazes you with joy and gratitude. Fall in Love, stay in love, and it will decide everything." —Pedro Arupe, S.J. We are all so proud of your perseverance, kindness and faith! Felicitaciones! Vales un Perú! TU PAPÁ, FERNANDO, EDUARDO Y MÁ

KATHERINE E. FRANCIS Heaven must be missing an angel Missing one angel, child ‘Cause you’re here with us right now Congratulations Kat! WE LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD & JOEY

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AMANDA KATHLEEN NILES Your love of video games started before you were 1 year old. You knew what you wanted to do after high school and remained focused through waitlists and a gap year to follow your dream at LMU. You had many options to use your talent as a Sound Engineer, but it was your destiny to start your career working for Sony Playstation. We are so proud of you!

Congratulations, Rad! You've always proven your resilience and determination in whatever you do. We are excited to see the next chapter of your journey. Always hold onto your faith and put God first in whatever decisions you make. We will always be here for you, proud of and amazed by who you are. WITH MUCH LOVE, DAD, MOM, ATE JOANNA, GRANDMA TESSIE, NINANG GIRLIE, TITA CONNIE & TITO WILLIE

LOVE, MOM, DAD & MEGHAN

ALICIA BROWN Congratulations Alicia Brown. We are all very proud of you. Way to represent #42.

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To Our Dearest Megan, It seems like only yesterday when you were wearing your baby Minnie Mouse costume, standing in your playpen, so adorable, and so well-protected. You are still ADOR ABLE, but no longer in your playpen... You have spread your wings and you have soared! And, yet, you have only just begun. Many dream, some try, but only a few achieve. You are an achiever. You are BEAUTIFUL inside and out, BRIGHT, AMAZING, RESPONSIBLE and KIND. You have made us all so very proud. Congratulations on your graduation!!! "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Eleanor Roosevelt We love you very much!!! DAD, MOM & KRISTEN

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ISABEL SARAH MADDAHI Our sweet Isabel, It is our pleasure to see you grow into a mature, loving, and responsible lady. Over the years we have seen the results of your hard work. You have blossomed into an amazing and talented artist and soon to be teacher with a great sense of creativity. The knowledge and education you have received at Loyola Marymount University combined with family values will set you on a path leading to great accomplishments ahead of you. We are all proud of you, wish you the best in life and provide you with never ending love and support. LOVE ALWAYS, MOM, DAD, YANIV, OLIVER & LOLA

JOSHUA ROLAND SORIANO Congratulations, Josh! You have achieved a great success. Your efforts have paid off and you deserve every bit of it. We wish you all the best in life and we hope you receive all the happiness in the world. May God always take care of you. We are very proud of you and love you very much.

KEELY JONES We are so proud of all you have accomplished. These past four years have not always been easy, but you have persevered through the late-night study sessions and long hours in the lab, and it is finally paying off. We love you so much and are excited about what the future has in store for you. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Always rememeber you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think, and loved more than you know." LOVE, MOM & GRANT

LOVE, MOM & DAD

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ANN MARIE SHOEN Behind you all your memories Before you all your dreams Around you all those who love you Within you all you need. We love and support you, Ann Marie. LOVE, MOM, DAD, & FAMILY

ALEX TOPPER Dearest Alex, We couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have asked for a more intelligent and spiritually aware son. You were an absolute joy to raise. LOVE, MOM & DAD

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JENSEN VINCA At an early age, you intensely observed your environment. You asked ex traordinar y questions and you embraced reading. S i n c e “ Va l e d i c t o r i a n ” w a s n e v e r a discussion at home, it was an unexpected joy when we heard you would be a covaledictorian! Although a hard worker, you still enjoyed life! God gave you a creative imagination and you used it to create entertaining videos! USA Today ranks LMU’s SFTV 7th nationally of all Film Schools. You applied, got accepted, and received a scholarship! Congratulations on graduating from LMU in Film! Media is a POWERFUL influencer. Honest

or fake, people believe what they see on the news, social media, TV and in films. Summit Ministries gave you a solid foundation of the Christian worldview. You will now be able to use God’s wisdom, gifts, resources and good character to spread His truth, love, and goodness around the w o r l d. “ Fro m e ve r yo n e w h o ha s b e e n given much, much will be required . . .” (Luke 12:48) God has blessed you with much. Take all that God has blessed you with, all that He will bless you with, be an excellent witness for Him, and bring His goodness to Earth! We value you, we are proud of who you are, we respect you and we love you very much!

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MEGAN PEPI Congratulations to our amazing daughter on your graduation from LMU. In the blink of an eye we have watched you grow into a beautiful and confident young woman. We are so deeply proud of you and all you have accomplished. Your compassion, resilience, enthusiastic spirit and kind heart touch all of those around you and we are forever grateful for all of the joy and happiness you bring to us. May God continue to bless and guide you along your journey and know that He and your family will always be here to love and support you. Dream big Megan!! ALL OUR LOVE, MOM & DAD

SPENCER SAWAI Spencer, congratulations on this milestone in life. You can achieve whatever you want in life. All you got to do is believe that you can. We believe in you. LOVE, DAD, MOM, JUSTIN & BIANCA

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MARGARET MORTON JOHN PHILIP Well done JP!! Congratulations on your college graduation. Dream BIG and make it happen. We are so incredibly proud of you! LOVE YOU, YOUR FAMILY

Maggie, We have watched you grow into a wonderful, insightful young woman with many gifts and talents. With resilience, tenacity and hard work, you have achieved yet another major milestone. We are so proud of you and cannot wait to see what you do in the next chapter of your life. We love you. MOM & DAD

LEAH ROSE SPITZ You are everything we ever dreamed of—what an amazing young woman you have turned out to be. We love you with all our hearts. You are intelligent, beautiful and have a great sense of humor. We admire your work ethic and your spirit of adventure. It was a thrill visiting you abroad in Florence and Sorrento. You will go far in life. Congratulations on being an LMU legacy. LOVE, DAD & MOM '81

P.S. I can’t believe how lucky I am to have met a person as smart, funny and talented as you. I can’t wait to see where life takes us. Stay wonderful. LOVE, CAMERON GRAY '18

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ANDRE JULIEN LAVIGNE You have always had such a joyful embrace of life as evidenced in these photographs. I am so proud of the man you have become. You have faced challenges as well as triumphs with grace, perseverance and resolve. You have laid the tracks for living a life of courage, loyalty, honesty, empathy and compassion. It is with pure gratitude that I watch you continue to mature into a true citizen of the world. CONGRATULATIONS, MOM

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JAKE WOODLEE Jake, right from the start we could see that you were a joyful, kind, inquisitive and sweet little boy (and unbelievably cute!). You loved to laugh, and you loved your family and friends. As you grew, your talent and perseverance brought opportunities and successâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;most recently, your graduation with honors from LMU. All along the way, you never forgot to make friends and have fun. We encourage you to continue to use your abilities to bring joy and success to yourself and others. As you know, we are always by your side. LOVE, MOM, DAD, SOFIE & EVERYONE

CASS VITACCO Congratulations!!! We have been so proud to be your parents since the day you were born and you continue to amaze us. There is nothing you can't do! You've become a confident and inspirational person with the fire and passion that can make a difference in this world, and we know that you will! You have earned our trust and respect and we will always be there to love and support you in everything you do. ALL OUR LOVE, YOUR BIGGEST FANS, MOM & DAD XOXOXO

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LUCAS JAMES CAPESTANY Lucas we are so proud of you! You have had an amazing journey and education at LMU, studying film production, screenwriting, political science and international relations. And now you are finding your stride in the entrepreneurship world. We know whatever you do you will do it with great drive and passion. Congratulations on your Graduation! LOVE, MOM, DAD, ALEXIS, JOEY & OLIVIA

RILEY POND Congratulations! We are so proud of you and all of your accomplishments! "You are unrepeatable. There is a magic about you that is all your own." â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Dellinger WE LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD, MARISSA & CLEO

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ALEXANDRA ROSENDIN Lexie, Congratulations! Through all the good and difficult times, YOU did it! So incredibly proud of your huge accomplishment. Go get your dreams, and never, ever give up. Refuse to live inside a box, or be trapped by how others think you should live. Keep creating yourself! Ever since the day you were born, you had me around your little finger, and you still do. It has been such a joy watching you grow into a beautiful, smart woman with an open and beautiful heart. Your sweetness has always melted everyone who is lucky enough to know you. Always stay strong and beautiful... Love yourself. LOVE, DAD

Lexie, You did it! We are all so proud of you. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve impressed all of us with your strength and determination to tackle every obstacle in your way! You are so much stronger than you know. Enjoy the years to come. Be humble, be kind and love unconditionally. Always believe in the possibilities! Embrace your imagination, be a fearless butterfly and live your life to the fullest everyday. There are no regrets, only life lessons. Take chances in your life, and never stop dreaming and believing! Have a blast on your special day. We love you so much Lex! BIG HUG AND KISSES, LOVE MOM

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MAX GOODRICH Congratulations Max! You have been a joy and a delight to us since the day you were born! "Not all those who wander are lost." â&#x20AC;&#x201D; J.R.R. Tolkien LOVE AND PRAYERS, MOM, DAD & NICK

STEVEN NICHOLAS SOSA Congratulations son! You are now an LMU graduate! Time to define yourself. I am very proud of you. LOVE, MUM

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CHLOE HALL You were destined to be a Lion...We are so proud of you and all of your accomplishments. May you continue to ROAR loudly and proudly through your life! Cheers to a beautiful, bright future!!

Ever since you were our little cowboy, you have made us proud. Your generosity and your curiosity will lead you on adventures in a world we can barely contemplate. Combined with your passions and your smile, they will allow you to set the world on fire—figuratively. And while we don’t want to put pressure on you, we do expect grandchildren who will be just as cute as you were—soon. LOVE, MOM & DAD

WE LOVE YOU, MOM & DAD

JOSHUA MICHAEL S. EDRA Way to go, Josh! Go Forward. Go with the Grace of God.

Congratulations

MUCH LOVE FROM US, MOM, JOHN, DAD, COUSINS & THE REST OF THE FAMILY

C L A S S of

2 0 1 8 LOVE,

TOWER YEARBOOK

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A D M I N I S T R AT I O N O RG A N I Z AT I O N S & INDEX

administration & information

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Timothy Law Snyder University President

P R E S I D EN T ’ S D I V I S I O N

John Parrish Special Assistant to the President

James D. Erps, S.J. Director of Campus Ministry

Randall H. Roche, S.J. Director of the Center for Ignatian Spirituality

Maureen Cassidy Director of Internal Auditing

L O Y O L A

M A R Y M O U N T

U N I V E R S I T Y

A DM I N IST R AT I O N

DESIGN C. SANTANDER | PHOTOS UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

“When we collaborate, we inevitably constrain one another, but often in ways positive, and even in ways inspiring. Nowhere is this truer than within a university, because scholars ultimately join a university community, in part to help center and stimulate one another’s work. We embody this centering every day in the classroom, the library, the lab, the studio, the residence hall, the playing field, the chat room, the department meeting, the worship service.” TIMOTHY LAW SNYDER / PRESIDENT’S CONVOCATION, OCTOBER 17, 2017

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CH A N CEL LO R

O F F I CE O F T H E P ROVO S T

Patrick J. Cahalan, S.J.

Thomas Poon

Chancellor

Executive Vice President & Provost

John Carfora Associate Provost for Research Advancement & Compliance

Deena González

Maureen Weatherall

Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs-

Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

Michael O’Sullivan

S T U D EN T A F FA I R S

Branden Grimmett

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

Associate Provost for Career & Professional Development

David Sapp

Ricardo Arturo Machón

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

Special Assistant to the Provost

B U S I N E S S & F I N A N CE

U N I V ER S I T Y R EL AT I O N S

Elena M. Bove

Thomas O. Fleming, Jr.

Dennis Slon

Senior Vice President for Student Affairs

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Senior Vice President for University Relations

Jeanne Ortiz

Caroline Wilhelm

Kristi Wade

Dean of Students

University Treasurer

William Husak

Douglas Moore

Athletics Director

University Risk Manager

Vice President for Alumni/Donor Engagement & University Relations Services

Richard Rocheleau

Aimee Uen

Associate Vice President for Student Life

University Controller

Jade Smith

Associate Vice President, Financial Planning & Budgets

Patrick Hogan

Associate Dean

A D M I N I S T R AT I O N

Lynne B. Scarboro Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer

Hampton Cantrell

Timothy Haworth Vice President for Facilities Management

Patrick Frontiera

Chief Public Safety

Vice President for Information Technology and Business Services

Michael Wong

Rebecca Chandler

Associate Vice President of Administration Services

Vice President for Human Resources

John Kiralla Vice President of Marketing & Communication

Abbie RobinsonArmstrong Vice President for Intercultural Affairs

John Sebastian Vice President for Mission & Ministry

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

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KRISTINE BRANCOLINI PH.D Dean, William H. Hannon Library “I did not have a single transformative experience in college. I was transformed academically by my college’s

STEPHEN UJLAKI

emphasis on empowering every

Dean, School of Film & Television

personalized education and

student, individually, through leadership opportunities. I was transformed professionally

“Going down south in the early

by working in the college

sixties as a member of the Harvard debate team, I saw first-hand

library in my junior and senior

Jim Crow segregation and the

years. During my senior year,

impoverished condition of schools

I completed an independent

for African-Americans under the ‘separate but equal’ laws of the day. We were constantly followed by police since we were white students from out of state

SHANE P. MARTIN PH.D Dean, School of Education “My most transformative

study on 19th century English bookbinders and their work, studying a collection in the library’s rare book room. When I became Dean of the William H. Hannon Library, I was excited

debating black students at their

experiences of my undergraduate

institutions. I realized that the

education took place both inside

to learn that our department of

African-Americans were living

and outside of the classroom. In

Archives & Special Collections

in a police state which existed to

particular, I had a leadership

offers students similar learning

enforce segregation. Not breaking

position as the student manager

experiences. Our rare books and

news you might say, but for the

at the Bird Nest here at LMU.

special collections are used in

politically naive young student

The Bird Nest at the time was a

classroom instruction and study

l was at the time it was a real

student-run coffeehouse which

research, as well as in the work

awakening to see the ‘eternal

featured live entertainment. As

of scholars. In the past decade we

values’ our country lived by.”

the student manager, I had the

have worked hard to expand and

opportunity to lead a team, hire

enhance those opportunities. I feel

bands or other entertainment,

that I have come full circle.”

track budgets and promote the

DE AN S SHAR E THEIR STOR IES Long before they became deans, they were once undergrads. We asked each of them to reflect on their most tranformative college experiences.

venue. All of these experiences, coupled with the Jesuit values taught by LMU faculty and staff, helped me to become the leader, entrepreneur and innovator I am today.”

WORDS E. HUBERT | DESIGN A. CLIVE PHOTOS UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

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ROBBIN CRABTREE PH.D Dean, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts “The most transformative experience of my undergraduate education was two-fold: one

DENNIS W. DRAPER PH.D

academic and one in student life at UCSB (1978-1982). First, I

Dean, College of Business Administration

was invited to be in the honors program of my major (Speech

“In the midst of working on an

TINA CHOE PH.D

undergraduate engineering degree at Northwestern

Dean, Frank R. Seaver College of Science & Engineering

University in what turned out to be turbulent times,

“The most transformative

I experienced the power

Communication), which meant that I got to do an original research project under the mentorship of a professor. I worked with a world-renowned scholar on a project I designed

of collective, coordinated

experience of my

and executed on persuasion

and responsible protest

undergraduate education

strategies of early adolescents.

and vocalization of social

was the opportunity to do

It was so fun and I learned a

concerns. This changed the

research. What seemed like

lot about every aspect of the

way I view the impact of

taking random series of classes

research process. I’m sure this

action in an engaged and

and learning huge volume of

experience was instrumental in

mobilized society.”

BRYANT KEITH ALEXANDER PH.D Dean, College of Communication & Fine Arts “The most transformative

facts and information became

my decision to go to graduate

real and exciting when I could

school. Second, I was a student

apply this knowledge to solving

activist and very engaged in a

real problems. This experience

variety of groups like Associated

changed my view completely

Students’ Commission on the

about my education.”

Status of Women and the local

experience of my undergraduate

Committee on Solidarity with

education was exploring

the People of El Salvador. I also

the interdisciplinary and

worked at the student newspaper.

intersectional aspects of my

These experiences built my

identity through participation

intellectual skills and leadership

in communication and the

abilities, and also helped me

arts. I was involved in speech

develop strong communities with

and debate, theatre and choral

my peers and out in the city of

ensembles—all of which helped

Santa Barbara.”

me to understand each as critically communicative and powerfully persuasive aspects of human sociality.”

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W H ERE ARE Y O U? Aa

Mika Ventura (Studio Ar ts ’ 18), Geo Soer yadjaya (Political Science ’ 18), Paisley Sutton (Film & T V Production ‘ 20), Claire Lanuza (Theatre Ar ts ’ 20), Bianca Velasco (Entrepreneurship ’ 19), Rober t Maples (Civil Engineering ’ 21), Megan Takemoto (Political Science & Women’s & Gender Studies ’ 19), Carlie Doll (Communication Studies ’ 21), Matt Stein (Engineering Undeclared ’ 19), Kiana Harpstrite (Health & Human Sciences ’ 18), Matthew Carungay (Economics ’ 21), Chris LeMieux (Mechanical Engineering ’ 18), James Pratt (Biochemistr y ’ 18), Rebecca DePalma (Health & Human Sciences ’ 19), Hannah Polayes (Marketing ’ 20), Grif f in Baumberger (Theology ’ 19), Anna Roccucci (English ’ 19), Taydin Macon (International Relations ’ 21), Paisley Sutton (Film & T V Production ‘ 20), Kellie Chudzinski (Communication Studies ’ 20), Claire Lanuza (Theatre Ar ts ’ 20), Andree Velasco (Entrepreneurship ’ 19), Alanis Gonzalez (Sociology & Chicana/o Studies ’ 18), Nathan Lampl (Theatre Ar ts ’ 19), Isabel Willis (Communication Studies ’ 19)

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Adams, Darby 206, 380 Adams, Grace 356, 380 Aalmans, Joost Pieter 338, Adams, Maje 328, 346, 349 Adams, Sydney 324, 325, 380 346, 380 Abarquez, Angela 331, 380 Addis, Fasika 329, 380 Abban, Kalo 359, 380 Addo-Quaye, Karis 206, Abbott, Cory 322 338, 340, 345, 380 Abbott, Marley 182, 361, Adelson, Michael 333, 338, 380 380 Abbott, Nickolas 360, 380 Adeniji, Malik 380 Abdallah, Bilal 325,380 Adib, Tanya 380 Abdelmalak, Christopher Adisaputra, Darren 206 380 Abdelmalak, Karin 206, 380 Aditjokro, Michelle 206, 380 Abdoo, Emma 331, 380 Adkins, Laurel 318, 380 Abdoo, Olivia 67, 206, 318, Adler, Peter 380 380 Abdoulwehabe, Samra 380 Admadi, Donia 320 Admasu, Miriam 324, 380 Abdulghni, Nouf 380 Adriaansen, Gwendolyn Abdulmajee, Tamara 346 Adzich, Gabriel 354 Abdusamad, Salma 380 Affan, Ibrahim Abell, Matthew 380 Affolter, Kai 322 Abeson, Aaron 333, 380 Afifi, Gilda 340 Abeyta, Walker 333, 380 Afonso, Adriano Abid, Haya 206, 342, 380 Aframian, Avraham Aboitiz, Jone 340, 380 Africa, Drake Abrahams, Sam 62, 117 Afshar, Katelyn 206, 329 Abrams, Isabel 380 Agakanian, Markar Abrams, Sydney 380 Agapé Service Organization Abramyan, Anna 380 33, 91, 317 Abrishamchian, Babak 358, Agodong, Abigale 336 380 Agopian, Catherine 340 Abrot, Mnason 362 Agopian, Jacqueline Absalon, Brianna 332, 337, Agrello, Ashley 353, 380 Aguerre, Marina Abubakar, Najeem 380 Aguila, Jose 321, 343, 345, Abu-Hamad, Sara 380 346 Abunayyan, Abeer 380 Aguilar, Lorenzo Accounting Society 317 Aguilar, Randi 326 Aceves, Daniel 380 Aguilar, Rony 206 Aceves, Eric 380 Aguilera, Madison 206 Achar, Alfredo 345, 380 Aguirre, Isabel 321, 327 Acharya, Akshat 380 Ahmadi, Donia 340 Achinger, Andrew 340 Ahnlund, Jack 326, 353, 355 Acosta, Christian 380 Aicher, Alexandria Acosta, Matthew 380 Aiken, Parker Acosta, Zapata Aikman, Emma 342, 343 Adams, Anson 380

AIMS Society 318 Aitchison, Chandler Aitken, Victoria Akarakian, Ara 331 Akarakian, Aren Akavi, Daniel Akeyson, Conor Akhenaton, Arman 333 Akin, Lauren 359, 361 Akinnitire, Olukayode Akopians, Michael 206, 320 Akopyan, Aleksandra 206 AlAbdulrazzaq, Abdulaziz Alaiban, Fahad AlAradah, Faris Alarfaj, Ahmed 206 Alaverdian, F. Nicole 331, 343 Alawadhi, Mansoor AlAzzawi, Noora Al-Bader, Bebe Albano, Jordan 340 Albanwa, Mohammed AlBanwan, Ahmad Albiar, Ariana 32, 327 Albright, Sophie 318 Alburez, Marcus 354 Alcantara, Ivanna Alcerro, Elena 324, 349 Alcerro, Patrick Aldredge, Brittany 325, 340 Alduraibi, Dhari Alejar, Angelina Louise Alevizos, Yianni 324 Alexander, Bryant Keith 315 Alexander, Morgan Alfadhli, Lana Alfaozan, Tareq 334 Al-faraj, Talal Alfares, Abdullah Alfaro, Maria 206 Alfaro, Sofia Alfieri, Austin 320 Alford, Alex Alford, Breanna 206, 323, 359 Alfozan, Tareq 206 Alftine, Samantha

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AlFulaij, AlZain Alghanem, Ahmad Alghanem, Fatimah Alghanem, Mohammed 380 Alghanim, Abdullateef Alghanim, Fahed Alghanim, Yousef Alghunaim, Bader 347 Alghurair, Khalid AlHajraf, Anaf 206 Alhasawi, Ghosoun Alhujaili, Khaled Ali, Emeraldo 333 Ali, Manaal Alicer, Nimai Alifa, Mariana 206, 320, 326, 360, 361 Aline, Manoa AlJazzaf, Fatmah Aljojo, Nadia Aljuma, Abdulmohsen AlKhater, Ali Allegra-Berger, Asa 331 Allegretti, Matthew 206, 362 Allen, Cameron 322 Allen, Egypt Allen, Jonah Allen, Molly 326 Allen, Tyler 206 Alling, Nicholas 319, 328, 349, 352 AlMailam, Ahmed Almashan, Sulaiman Almaz, Ashley Almehmadi, Louai 338 AlMneifi, Shahlah Almstedt, Dr. Hawley 47 Almukhaizeem, Khaled AlMunajem, Saad Almuqbil, Wejdan Alobaidan, Haila Aloiso, Mariano 334 Al-Olayan, Fahad Alomar, Raian Alonso, Carlos 354, 355 Alosio, Mariano 340

Alothman, Dawood Al-Othman, Muhamad AlOthman, Othman Aloum, Lama Alpha Chi Omega 150, 191, 318 Alpha Delta Gamma 112, 150, 318 Alpha Kappa Alpha (Tau Kappa Chapter) 319 Alpha Kappa Psi 319 Alpha Phi 87, 191, 319 Alpha Psi Omega Theatre Honors Society 319 Alpman, Kerem 206 Al-Qatami, Talal Alradhi, Muath Alrafi, Tariq Alramzi, Yousef AlRashoud, Khaled Alrefai, Husam 206 Al-Rifai, Abdullah AlSabah, Abdulaziz Alsabeeh, Khaled AlSaeed, Fahad Alsager, Abdulaziz Alsager, Faisal 58 AlSairafi, Talal 354 Alsaleh, Aisha Alsalem, Faisal 320 AlSaqer, Rashed Al Sayer, Shaikha Al-Shahri, Ahmed Al-Shahri, Mohammad Alshalfan, Abdullah Alshammari, Abdullah Alshatti, Farah Alshaya, Abdullatif Al-Sheikh, Alia Alshibani, Maged Alsoulah, Lina Alsudais, Fahad Alsudais, Fawaz AlSultan, Nasser AlTamimi, Ali Altamirano, Melanie 191, 319 Altamura, Celine 362 Alternative Breaks 92, 319

Althobaiti, Afnan Altman, Claudia 346 Alvarado, Anthony 206, 333 Alvarado, Celine Alvarenga, Lorena 198, 199 Alvarez, Alfonso 322, 339, 346 Alvarez, Claudia 206, 343, 346 Alvarez, Jackeline 206, 329 Alvarez, Karina 331 Alvarez, Lauren 329 Alvarez, Marissa 338, 357, 360 Alverson, Amy 331 Alverson, Mary 206, 264, 321, 340, 357 Alving, John Alvord, Garrett 328 AlWaqayan, Najla AlWazzan, Fahed Alwazzan, Mohammad Alyahya, Hamad 206 Alyaseen, Abdullah 347 Alzabin, Yousif Amador, Garrett 356, 359 Amador, Raquel 363 Aman, Leo 327 Amantea, Eva 128, 129, 353 Amarantos, Emily Amaro, Gabriel Ambach, Jonathan Amber, Brittany 206, 334, 350 Ambrose, Erin 345 Amendola, Lauren American Society of Civil Engineers 320 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 320 Amezcua, Olivia 340 Amezquita, Flor 341 Amianco, Veronica Amicon, Brinley Amin, Jahaan 207 Amoudi, Nabeel Amsal, Lekem 324

Amster, Olivia Amurao, Joshua 320, 336, 340 Amusat, Joy 329 Anabi, Emily Anagnostou, Nicholas 321 Anaya, Ashley 343 Anaya, Noelle 324 Anaya, Sofia 326, 365 Anchartechahar, Brett 342 Andani, Maria Andelin, Lauren 340 Andersen, Sydney Anderson, Alexandria Anderson, Asia 319 Anderson, Aspen 333 Anderson, Hunter 359 Anderson, Kathryn 340 Anderson, Lauren 318, 326, 327 Anderson, Morgan Anderson, Siobhan 361 Anderson, Taylor 182, 359, 361 Andrade, Raymundo 346 Andraos, Paxton Andreoni, Isabella Andres, Marissa Anne 333 Andrews, James Andrews, Zoe Andrikos, John 333, 343 Ang, Alexander Ang, Amanda 319 Angeli, Lindsay 207, 331, 333 Angell, Alexandria Angelone, Raquel 207, 356 Angelow, George 340 Anggriani, Shienni Ang, Kelsey Marie Anglin, KeAnna 326, 357 Anthony, Brandon 207 Anthony, Connor 87, 207, 354 Antillon, Austin 354 Antony, Nina 351 Antony, Riya Apelryd, Johanna 207, 328 Apodaca, Jessica 353

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&organizations

ACCOUNTING SOCIETY Alexis Wong, Brannen Overly, Candice Luciano, Jerrad Vobaril, Kelsey Nourayi, Kristen Burch, Maliyah Cullars, Megan Ko, Melissa Sandoval, Professor Scott Delanty, Samantha Curtis and Taki Horiuchi.

AGAPĂ&#x2030; SERVICE ORGANIZATION Isabella Ontiveros, James Krzyminski, Joe Coleman, Kate Bianco, Loren Johnson, Maren English, Meghanne Clark, Tanesha May and Virginia Laskodi.

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AIMS SOCIETY David Phillips, Elena Garcia, Greg Blanchard, Hikaru Nakamura, Isabella Labianca, Kit Johnston, Marcus Nordstrom, Nathaniel Savage, Olivia Sica, Rohan Bramhe, Savannah Nunez, Scott Kugler, Stefan Cook and Veda Ashok.

ALPHA CHI OMEGA Abby Durkan, Abigail Goad, Akriti Suri, Allison Edwards, Ally Stuart, Amanda Bobo, Amanda Scandalios, Annabelle Chardonnet, Aoife Tejada, Cami Hennessey, Carly Zenker, Caroline Hammer, Cassidy Gempler, Cassidy Kepp, Cassie Nunez, Christina Christou, Danielle Wills, DeeDee Durkan, Elizabeth Lopez, Elizabeth Rahe, Ella Caestecker, Ella Conte, Emily Erves, Emma Dunn, Erin Hartung, Erin Schwarz, Gabby Burns, Gabby Marquez, Gabriella Perez, Georgia Buxton, Grace Han, Haley Backdahl, Hana Thomas, Hannah Chew, Hira Srinivasan, Ingrid Yue, Jessie Glassberg, Julia Cima, Julia Imrie, Kat Phelan, Kate Stephens, Katherine Francis, Katie Cameron, Katie Polk, Katie Walker, Kayla Gill, Kelly Bonham, Kelly Stanton, Kyra Knauer, Laurel Adkins, Lauren Anderson, Lauren Brandon, Mackenzie Drewe, Madi Holtzman, Madison Balachio, Madison Hernandez-Barber, Mari Misceo, Meagan Cornforth, Megan Takemoto, Meghan Long, Meghan Mariani, Meghanne Clark, Mel Morado, Melanie Guan, Melissa Davis, Melissa Dominguez, Michaela Johnson, Michaela Mertz, Michelle Gironda, Morgan Burroughs, Natalie Tracy, Nichole Osugi, Nicole Fakhimi, Nikki Fenmore, Olivia Abdoo, Rachel Hanley, Sabrina Kohmann, Sally Elton, Samantha Curtis, Sara Rashti, Sasha Takata, Selin Ozkan, Shannon Moran, Sheryne Nachawati, Sierra Barsten, Skye Shodahl, Sofia Cassidy, Sophie Albright, Stefani Rodriguez, Tori Oliver, Victoria Ramirez, Victoria Vitalich and Yvette Hakimi.

Apodaca, John Apodaca, Richard 158 Apolonio, Ryan 320, 333, 340 Appel, Sacha Appelqvist, Sara 333 Applewood, Claire Aquilina, Tyler Aquino, Natasha 207, 341 Aragon, Samuel 322 Arana, Gabriela 335 Aranas, Alexa Aranez, Allyson 340, 352 Arango, Melanie 207, 337 Araujo, Alberto Araujo, Maria 356 Arbini, Andrew Arceo, Sebastian 346 Archambault, Christina 158, 207 Archer, Elizabeth 207, 329 Archer, Hali 207, 329 Archuleta, Alyssa 326 Arcolino, Lauren 105, 340 Arellano, Carla 321, 346 Arellano, Daniel 364 Arellano, Julio 321 Arellano, Tomas 354 Arellano, Veronica 321 Arevalo, Cristian 207 Argueta, Luis 108 Arhimaritis, Alex 364 Arias, Matthew Arita, Justin 326 Arizala, Alfred Jordan 207, 340, 352 Arkan, Argu Armaan, Zare 355 Armas, Michael 324, 325, 343 Armenian, Natalie 207 Armenian Student Association 320 Armen, Taleene 331, 365 Armsby, Ashley 358 Armstrong, Annika 359, 364 Arnell, Emily 207, 340 Arnett, Anna 340

Arnold, John 354 Arnold, Julia 207 Arnold, Madeline 332 Arns, Ethan 203, 207 Arnstad, Christine 330 Arntz, Anna Rose 353 Arredondo, Agustin 327, 335 Arredondo, Jordan 87, 207, 320, 350, 355 Arreola, Adam 342 Arriaga, Brenton 322 Arriaga, Cole Arroyo, Citlali 207, 320, 362 Arshadi, Ava 207 Arteaga, Andrew Artunduaga, Valentina Aryee, Christine 207, 252, 326 Asabere, Jason 333, 345, 346, 362 Asai, Kaylee 207, 324, 361 Asali, Isabella 207 Asher, Maya Ashli, Mark 346 Ashok, Veda 318, 348, 357 Ashton, Maxwell 349 Ashton, Thomas Asinas, Emilyn Dolores 207, 340, 362 Asiri, Abdulaziz Askenazi, Rachel 207, 331, 349, 358 Askins, Grant ASLMU 71, 77, 81, 82, 320 Asma, Garrison 207 Aspeitia, Daniel Asprodites, Konrad 207 Association for Computing Machinery 321 Astorga, Harley 207, 341 Atherton, Stefani 327 Athimaritis, Alex Athletics Department 371 Atiya, Farah Atmodjo, Winston Attalla, Mathew Attanasio, John Atwater, Sheri 327

Au, David 352 Au, Jordan 208, 334 Au, Zhiuhe Auday, Emily Augello, Anthony Augustus, Gilmore Auto Enthusiasts Club 321 Avalos, Nicholas Avelino, Justin Avery, Tyler Avies, Helen 331 Avila, Marcus 327 Avitia, Celine 326 Avitia, Izaura 208, 319, 328 Avoce, Francis 356 Avolio, Christopher Awad, Zeina Awadhi, Fouz Al Awawdeh, Amenah Awramko, Jessy 333, 342, 361 Ayala, Mary Angel Aydin, Levent Ayoub, Siham 208, 340, 343 Ayres, Ian Ayvazian, Natasha 208, 320 Azad, Shana Azara, Lawrence Azarian, Nicole Azaryan, Marina 342 Azaula, Catherine 356 Azinge, Chukwuemeka Azuoma, Brandon

Bb

Baatar, Anarjin Babayan, Lousin Babigian, Marina 105, 331 Babikian, Vana 320 Baca, Ella 348 Baccianella, Valentina Bachoura, Edward 363 Backdahl, Haley 208, 318, 354 Backhaus, Morgan 355 Backstrom, Garrett

Bacon, Henry 346 Bacon, Olivia Badart, Thomas Bader, Alexandria Bader, Emily Badger, Henry Baechler, Dominic Baek, Michael 340 Bae, Ryan 326, 340 Baghdasarian, Aren 164 Baghumian, Hakop Bahareth, Dalal Bahar, Talia 321, 357 Bahri, Alok 333 Bailey, Quinn 345 Baird, Emily Bajania, Nisha Baker, Hannah 208, 345 Bakhshian, Kaitlin Baktamian, Alec 208, 262, 320 Balachio, Madison 318 Balba, Jaret 320, 348 Balbinot, Maria Beltramini Baldini, Madeline Balducci, Amelia 331 Balducci, Mary 360 Baldwin, Lauren 105 Bales, Sonja 346 Balfour, Lewis 350 Balitis, Ian Ballet Folkorico de LMU 321 Ballinger, Mark 208, 327, 359 Ballinger, Megan 208, 319 Bal, Raihan 322 Bal, Simran 208, 334 Banafsheha, Daniella Bandas, Margaret Bandimere, Hannah 168, 357, 359 Banegas, Azalea Banerjee, Noel Bangawan, Ina Patricia 105, 326, 327, 340 Bang, Michelle 324, 326 Bang, Stephanie Banks, Brionna 208 Banuelos, Jasmine 326

ALPHA DELTA GAMMA Anthony Espana, Carlos Pacheco, Christian Waje, Daniel Higuera, Jack Pearson, Jayzee Gonzales, Liam Rogers, Mark Garfinkle, Nate Cater and Samuel Raycraft.

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Banuelos, Victor Bao, Alain 340 Barajas, Andrea Loyola Barakat, Jana 208 Barba, Nicholas Barbee, Neyah 164, 329 Barber, Audrey 340 Barberides, Brendan 334 Barbosa, Isabel 333, 336 Barbosa, Steven Bardos, Elizabeth 208, 350 Bardram, Kyle 191 Barenborg, Hank 354 Barenborg, Henrik Barger, Austin 208, 354, 355 Barge, Tanner Barker, Anna 208, 319, 331 Barker, Eric 190, 334, 354 Barnes, Aiyana 323 Barnes, Domenique Barnes, Emmett 162 Barnes, Sarita Barnett, Hanna Barnett, Jacob Barocio, Ricky 327, 341 Barquer, Michelle 208, 329 Barreto, Manuel 327 Barreto, Yuletpsi 327 Barringer, Joshua Barry, Anna 331, 353 Barsten, Sierra 318 Barta, David 322, 359 Barthelemy, Claire 331 Bartko, Andrew 339, 354 Bartley, Sierra 323, 363 Basanty, Matthew Baseball 143,176, 322 Baseball, Club 187 Bashoura, Dina 208, 340 Basilone, Luca 184, 320, 329, 333 Basketball, Men’s 89, 176, 322, 323 Basketball, Women’s 29, 180 Basrawi, Murad Bassas, Nadeen Bass, Audrey 353 Bass, Daquan 91, 339, 345

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Basuki, Tungga Batcheller, Brooke Batemon, James 89, 322 Bates, Mackenzie Batiste, Tyler 208 Batra, Raphaelle Batres, Ruth 327 Battin, Amber Batzer, Nathan 354 Bauch, Gianna 208 Baudler, Eva 336, 357 Bauer, Alexandria 353 Bauermeister, Bailee Baughan, Natalie 208, 258, 329 Baughn, Renee Baughn, Tiffany Bauman, Noah 322 Baumberger, Griffin 316, 326 Baumberger, Kurt Griffin 155, 324, 339 Bautista, Catherine 333 Baxter, Andrew 208 Baxter, Victoria 350 Bayless, Catherine Bazini, Liora Beach Volleyball, Women’s 28 Beaird, David 326, 328 Beasley, Brad 341 Beasley, Jennifer Beaton, Samantha Beaudine, Dominick 208, 364 Beaulieu, Alyson 319, 363 Beauvois, Chloe Beavers, Robert Becerra, Christian 342 Bechirian, Alene Beck, Alexandra 208, 340 Becker, Alexandra Becker, Anne 333, 345, 352 Beck, Fatima 326, 331, 338, 362 Beck, Lindsay Beck, Melissa 326, 365 Beckler, Annie 326 Bedford, Isaac

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA (TAU KAPPA CHAPTER) Selena Shannon.

ALPHA KAPPA PSI Alex Ching, Amanda Ang, Andrew Castillo, Ashley Quan, Camille Cabrera, Christina Truong, Daniella Rojas Castro, Davin Takanishi, George Ren, Grace He, Helene Malonzo, Jason Kim, John Van-Dyke, Jonathan Santos, Jonathan Xiao, Jordan Udom, Jose Michel, Julia Tanabe, Kelly Sano, Lee Lelapinyokul, Malcolm Zeger, Martin Cabatic, Max Williams, Michael Saito, Natriya Chunapongse, Nicole Fong, Regan Borges Burr, Sara Blagojevich, Sophie Kaslow, Thomas Pride and Victoria Nguyen.

ALPHA PHI Abigale McGarvey, Alex Witter, Alexis Eka, Ali Bloom, Alyson Beaulieu, Amanda Sadis, Amanda Tietz, Anna Taricco, Annie Flora, Arabella Wardlaw, Artemis Hodoyan, Asia Anderson, Aubrey Bouchard, Aubrey Fischer, Audrey MacDonell, Bri Hanafin, Briana Woolsey, Brianna Cabello, Brianna Goldstein, Brooke Piedra, Carleen Tse, Caroline Harari, Carrie Deline, Cassidy Carlson, Chynna Campbell, Claire Dobyns, Claire Michael, Daniella Lucio, Delaney Carter, Elizabeth Fellner, Emily Gardner, Emily Guerra, Emily Mullet, Emma Merryman, Erica Carin, Erin Funk, Evelyn Westover, Famy Chavos, Genevieve Murphy, Geornay Willis, Gisella Patino, Grace Chorneyko, Hae Jin Joo, Hailey Transue, Hannah Champagne, Hannah Polayes, Hannah Strohl, Heidi Bove, Helena Drolshagen, Isabella LaBiance, Isabella Passet Paseta, Jace Welton, Jacqueline LeVecke, Jade Kaiser, Jamie Klapp, Jeanette Gaistman, Jessica Cosca, Joanie Searle, Jordyn Reilly, Juliet Sivori, Kaitlin Griner, Kallie Kaiser, Katherine Golacinski, Katherine Martinez-Fuentes, Katie Jochner, Katie Linn, Kayla Rover, Kelly McCann, Kristen Elizabeth Lance, Laura Lyon, Lauren Gusikoski, Maclaine Westendorf, Madeline Dopeso, Maile Minardi, Mara Ley, Mariya Manuel, Megan Ballinger, Meghan Rooney, Melanie Altamirano, Mia Huddleston, Michelle Castro, Michelle Frost, Miranda Florer, Miranda Lawley, Molly Okamura, Natalia Jacobo, Natalie Herder, Natalie Menicucci, Natalie Sharp, Nicole Herbeck, Pauline Rigo, Raegan Tarantino, Reeyah Chopra, Sabrina O’Mara, Samantha Danchok, Samantha Davis, Sara McCauley, Sarah Wermers, Shelby Jensen, Sophia Prochnow, Stephanie Clark, Stephanie Sandor, Summer Morgan, Taylar Jackson, Taylor Cusumano and Veronica Iglesias.

ALPHA PSI OMEGA THEATRE HONORS SOCIETY Alexandra Bowman, Amanda Nahin, Annie Barker, Avamarie Schroeder, Beau Mantor, Cameron Kauffman, Carly Johnson, Caroline Gillespie, Cascina Caradonna, Cecille Forsyth Rios, Charlie Workmaster, Christopher Lorey, Claire Briggs, Conner Correira, Cora Cleary, Giselle Durand, Gloria Santillan, Godfrey Flax, Isabel Ngo, Izaura Avitia, Jakob Zermeno, Jessica Burns, Jessica Hadley, Jessica Lucero, Jordan Block, Jordan Tabaldo, Kallen Klum, Kat Connell, Kate Bianco, Katelin Urgo, Keiva Bradley, Ketino Dumbadse, Lindsey Gartner, Madeleine Quinn, Madison Hansen, Maren English, Mateo Rudich, Matt Mangione, Megan Bosveld, Meighan LaRocca, Melissa Green, Nathan Lampl, Nick Alling, Olivia Oreskovich, Olivia Sikora, Olivia Treece, Olivia Twiford, Polina Capuano, Rachel Kaftan, Ray Weisz, Robert Kinsfather, Rose Raddatz, Sarah Chabin, Sofia Cassidy, Susan Tilbury, Taylor Stammen, Tim Toole, Will Stachniuk and Yasmine Sahid.

ALTERNATIVE BREAKS Alexander Hendricks, Alexandra Zamora, Anna Thompson, Ariana Sotoodeh, Beverly Perez, Carlyn Lackey, Cynthia Garcia, Dillon Rinauro, Elena Garcia, Elizabeth Guhl, Facundo Gonzalez Icardi, Jacqueline Hutchison, Kiana Gums, Lindsay Grosvenor, Madeline Gamero, Marc Moreno-Takegami, Marie-Christine Quintana, Megan Copeland, Mekleit Dix, Mirella Davis, Nicholas Ventigan, Noah MacDonald, Talyssa Topacio and Taylor Brewer.

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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Alfredo Telona, Alicia Esquivel, Ally Dadsetan, Andrea Millhorn, Blake Klocklz, Brennan Ober, Carlos Martin De Campo, Chungheang Loh, Dario Gutierrez, David Valencia, Elizabeth Horejsi, Emily Sullivan, Faisal Alsalem, Frank Musso, Gabriela Torres, Grant Gunst, Henry Dadsetan, Isabella Ontineros, Jacob Dadsetan, Jacquelin Plasencia, Janessa Mendoza, Jimmy Vivar, Jonathan DeRouen, Jonathan Guerrero, Jose Garcia, Jose Nuno, Juan Neri, Juan Vasquez, Julia Owaidat, Karlie Garrity, Leonora Meroth, Lindsey Matoi, Luigi Remo, Madeline Wiegel, Mariana Alifa, Mark Thompson, Mary Laurance, Maryela Mendoza, Matthew Gooden, Matthew Lasley, Meaghan Wagner, Meghanne Clark, Meredith Richter, Michelle Kusaka, Mike Suehisa, Monica Geiger, Natalia Dibbern, Nathaniel Enriquez, Pablo Ceja, Paige Hval, Raina Schuler, Raven Odian, Ryan Apolonio, Sage Rodriguez, Salma Kamal, Salvador Sanchez, Sarah Bernskoetter, Senay Emmanuel, Shannon Lee, Steven Boyer, Sunshine Saucedo, Taylor Masuda, Taylor Mercado, Valeria Ceja, Valeria Munoz and Vincent Bottita.

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Allen Iwamoto, Andre De Leon, Andrew Narag, Cameron LaMack, Cole Jetton, Dario Gutierrez, Dawson Hayfield, Donner Schoeffler, Enrico Sala, Francisco Pinomesa, James Lumsden, Jared Pangel, Jaret Balba, JoĂŁo Paulo Coelho, Jose Garcia, Josh Amurao, Josh Bernardin, Joshua Fuentes, Justin Hertz, Justin Parker, Matthew Navarro, Michael Cazarez, Michael Rea, Nathan Sarabia, Nils Heidenreich, Roland Nilrap, Sara Karapetian, Sarah Lanzner, Sean Nevin, Spencer Hollister and Will Schmitt.

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ARMENIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Alec Baktamian, Alec Galustian, Aleen Soregian, Alena Filhanessian, Alik Yepremian, Alina Mirzaian, Allen Vartanian, Ani Kazanchyan, Anto Boghigian, Christina Galajan, Christine Karaghossian, Danielle Diramarian, Donia Admadi, Eric Davidian, Erick Sahakian, Giovanna Sulahian, Jack Menzagopian, Laris Biageyian, Lauren Chadarevian, Lea Der Abrahamian, Marc Matossian, Michael Akopians, Natasha Ayvazian, Prenny Yaghobi, Sarkis Shaginian, Sevag Konialian, Taleen Soleimani, Talin Derohanessians and Vana Babikian.

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY Allison Crawford, Austin Alfieri, Ayla Montoya, Brenda Quintanilla, Brian L. Grant, Brooke Piedra, Christopher Reynoso, Citlali Arroyo, Daniel Juarez Jr., Danielle Nunez, Delphert Smith III, Dillon Rinauro, Elsa Wilson, Geomay Willis, Hayden Tanabe, Jordan Arredondo, Josh Soriano, Julia Guillen, Katie Porter, Kirby Townsend, Luca Basilone, Mara Ley, Mateen Zarekari, Megan Glendinning, Melissa Cedillo, Michael Del Santo, Mikaela Ventura, Miles Kent, Nate Carter, Ned Gresham, Nina Yustiarti, Raymond Duronslet III, Sabrina Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Mara, Sai Chintamaneni, Shaniya Epps, Taylar Jackson, Tyler Magcase, Vandalena Mahoney and Victoria Martinez.

Bedi, Saaheba 153, 329, 337 Beeler, Daniel Beermann, Brooke Behar, Megan 208 Behnam, Natasha 208, 345, 350 Behrens, Kaitlyn 348, 357 Behrens, Tatum 340 Beitia, Alexandra 328 Belardi, Juan Belghit, Amina Belisario, Christina 208 Beliso, Milena Beljak, Brett 354 Bellamoroso, Cameron 360, 362 Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts 193, 315 Bellarmine Forum: The Values of Time 44 Bellavia, Joseph Belles Service Organization 163, 188, 189, 324 Bellevue, Ben 329 Bellevue, Benjamyn 116 Bell, Griffin 356 Bell, John Bell, Lucille 331 Bell, Zoe 338, 351 Belvin, Cierra 180, 323, 359 Bemis, Cameron 359 Ben-David, Sage 208, 332 Benedetti, Giuseppe 322 Ben Essa, Zainah 208 Ben-Gal, Lee Benham, Natasha 342 Benjamin, Sydney 355 Bennet, Ryan 209 Bennett, Camille 352 Bennett, Gregory 338 Bennet, Thomas 362 Bennett, Morgan Bennett-Pohlman, Klaudia Bennett, Thomas 338 Benn, Natalie 324 Benore, Julia Benor, Michael 209 Benson, Jacob 338

Benson, Matts Beran, Gabrielle Berar, DeAnna 326 Berbara, Julia Maria Maciel Louro Berdiago, Matthew 340 Beregova, Polina Berg, Charles Berg, Samuel Berger, Alicia 346 Berkhout, Brianna 333, 350, 351 Berk, Meridith Berlinberg, Jenna 335, 357 Bermudez, Eddie Bernal, Alicia 337, 346, 352 Bernal, Carlos Bernal, Grace 352 Bernal, Joseph Bernal, Juan Sebastian 336, 345, 346, 349 Bernardin, Joshua 320, 327, 361 Bernard, Owen 333 Berninzon, Eric 350 Bernskoetter, Sarah 320 Beroud, Sofia 328 Berquist, Peter 350 Berquist, Thomas 209 Berrent, Isabelle 336, 345 Bersin, Matthew Bertic-Cohen, Fiona Besharat, Brandon 209 Beskind, Hannah 326 Bessudo, Elias Best, Nikolas 342 Betancourt, Adam 209, 333 Beta Theta Pi 112, 151, 324 Bethel, Kylie 209, 346 Betsch, Kaden Betts, Breelyn 326, 331, 357 Bet-yonan, Arman 333 Beuhler, Ashley 352 Bever, Alexis De 361 Bhagat, Mahir Bhandary, Isa 343 Bhardwaj, Anusha Bhatt, Daniel 345

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Bhatt, Nishita Biageyian, Laris 320 Biaggi, Antonio Bianchini, Daria 342 Bianco, Katherine 91, 317, 319, 326, 346 Biddle, Charles 353 Biehl, Diana Bienaime, Paul 209, 354 Biggio, Jessica 209, 355 Bigley, Savannah 209, 333 Bilinski, Cambria Billy, McKenna Bingemann, Jacob 209 Binman, Miriam 209, 329, 361 Biondi, Justine Birchfield, Rohan Hawkins Samuel 353 Bird, Emily 333 Birdsall, Zachary 349 Biscardi, Amanda 209, 329 Bishara, Chantal 209 Bishkin, Zachary 330 Bishop, Mary Catherine 340 Bishop, Ryan 356 Bitton, Robert 333 Bitton, Sabrine 209 Blaber, Nicole Blacet, Megan 209, 329 Blach, Margaret 326 Black and Gold Lions 324 Black, Daisha 339 Blackhart, Danielle 209, 350 Black Student Union 324 Blackwood, Aaron Blagojevich, Sara 319, 334 Blake, Gabriel 362 Blake, Madison Blanchard, Gregory 318, 329 Blanchard, Lou Bland, Abigail 209, 340 Blankenhorn, Elise Blank, Joshua Blasco, Kate Blas, Nataly 346 Blatnick, Brian 209, 324

Blatt, Rigel Blaz, Courtney 358 Blaz, Hayden 327, 345, 354, 362 Blazier, Jake 209, 338, 354 Blessinger, Madeline Blicharz, Jake 335 Blik, Aleksander 358 B’Llamas-Reynoso, Alexandra 197, 351, 352, 360 Block, Jordan Marie 55, 72, 209, 288, 310, 328, 329 Blong, Luke 209, 351 Bloom, Alexandra Bloom, Ali 209, 319 Blouin, Jasmin Blum, Jacob Board, Stephen 209, 331, 338, 361 Bobo, Amanda 209, 318 Bodair, Brynn 341, 350 Boehnlein, Zachary 326 Boeke, Ted 322 Boente, Matthew 338 Boer, Cameron De Boggs, Christian 345, 362 Bogh, Abby 342, 365 Boghigian, Anto 320 Boguess, Thomas 333 Bogust, Morgan 323 Bohnert, Jennifer 209, 329 Bolado, Jackson 340, 343 Boland, Meghan Bolden, Sarina 356 Bolen, Grace 350, 351, 363 Boltt, Nathalie 129 Bolzan, Lucie Bond, Henry 353, 354 Bond, Jessica 333 Bongiovi, Gabrielle 336 Bonham, Kelly 318 Bonk, John Bonnell, Rayana 325, 326, 344, 362 Bonnet, Alexandra Boone, Ethan Borchenko, Nicholas 199,

361 Bordji, Iman Borges-Burr, Regan 209, 340 Borges, Donna 336, 352 Borgeson-Leake, Teagan Borges, Renee 327 Borhaug, Isabella Born, Robby 350 Born, Robert Borsikian, Vartouhi 209 Bosch, Anna Boselli, Molly 337, 344 Bosic, Chelsey Boss, Gillian 113, 153, 329, 337 Bosveld, Megan 209, 319, 343 Bottita, Ike 203, 340 Bottita, Vincent 210, 320 Boucaud, Gabrielle de 353 Bouchard, Aubrey 319 Bouhouch, Zainab Boulanikian, Lusine 210 Boulay, de Bourgeois, Alexander 210 Bourgeouis, Alex 361 Bourisli, Nayef Bourne, Laura Bourne, Shannon 325, 329 Bouz, Anthony Bove, Dr. Lane 157, 313, 371 Bove, Heidi 319, 358 Bovill, John 210, 356 Bowman, Alexandra 319, 326, 345 Bowman, Hannah 329 Bowman, Lily Bowman, Skylar Boyac, Anthony Boyce, Charles 118, 361 Boyd, Haley 362, 371 Boyer, Steven 210, 320, 324 Boykins, Ashley Boylan, Bridget Boyle, Austin 334, 338 Boyle, Carter 333, 355 Boyle, Natalie 326 Bo, Z

Braccia, Abigail 350, 353 Bradford, Jessica 210, 333 Bradford, Luke 363 Bradford, Madison Bradley, Keiva 319, 329, 342 Brady, Connor 355 Brady, Jack 354 Braekman, Kea 355 Brah, Harman 322, 344, 346 Brain, Donna 210 Brakman, Kea 329 Brambila, Gisselle 325, 331 Bramble, Lily 329 Bramble-Manning, Jelani 20, 210, 326, 327 Bramhe, Rohan 318, 333 Branch, Derek Branch, Montana 101, 341 Brancolini, Kristine 314 Branconier, Michael 197, 362, 371 Brand, Alexa 153, 210, 329, 337, 349 Brandon, Lauren 318 Brandstrader, Lucy 352, 362 Brandt, Justin 362 Braniff, Jack 210 Brasali, Ariel Braumuller, Katherine 355 Brauner, Julia Brauner, Simon 333 Braun, Lacey 324 Braun, Matthew 143, 364 Bravo, Judith 210, 334 Brazelton, Philip 345 Brea, Alford 359 Breall, Nathan Breaugh, Kiera 341 Breceda, Nicolas 93, 210, 326, 333, 349, 350 Brennan, Sean Brenner, Harrison 345 Bress, Sophie 336 Breunling, Kyle Brewer, Jenna Brewer, Riley Brewer, Taylor 210, 319, 349 Brian Hizon 332

ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY Alejandro Zapata, Allen Vartanian, Elizabeth Shen, Emily Shoji, George Sarantinos, Ian Lizarda, Jay Patel, Jen Shin, Jigar Swaminarayan, John Lopez, Josh Soriano, Justin Torres, Kevin Metelus, Lucille Njoo, Luis Garcia, Mary Alverson, Matthew Sanders, Megan Karbowski, Ryan Taus, Sacha Dmitrieva, Sage Strieker, Sam Savini, Talia Bahar, Thomas O’Brien and Zachary Fitzpatrick.

AUTO ENTHUSIASTS CLUB Alistair Nash, Aron Wong, Austin De Rivel, Blain Dillard, Christian Kinder, Daniel Gopstein, David Phillips, Grant Hudson, Jacob Calhoon, Julien Tai-Beauchamp, Justin Parker, Nicholas Anagnostou, Nicholas Lin, Nikita Vyugov, Pedro Quintella, Samantha Littrell, Sean Hsu, Tess Herzog and Troy Lee.

BALLET FOLKORICO DE LMU Aira Wada, Andria Zuniga, Angel Vazquez, Athena Martinez, Barbara Velasco, Betssy Jauregui, Carla Arellano, Christina Martinez, Eduardo Pablin, Emma McClellan, Gabriela Palomera, Isabel Aguirre, Izabel Duenas, Jose Aguila, Judith Martinez, Julio Arellano, Makenna Lee, Maria Lopez Zamudio, Mathew Navarro, Monica Yalung, Natalia Hernandez, Valeria Gurrola and Veronica Arellano.

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BASEBALL, MEN’S CLUB Alfonso Alvarez, Andrew Swanson, Andrew Wu, Brian Sheerin, Charles Wayne Salkoski, Cyrus Zarrabian, Daniel Penuela, Dario Gutierrez, Dominic Freschet, Douglas Sullivan, James Souverein, Jeffrey Shoji, John Peterson, Jonathan Guerrero, Jordan Webb, Justin Lee, Kai Affolter, Kyle Yokoyama, Neal Conners, Samuel Aragon, Spencer Neal, Stephan Ostrowski and Todd Salkoski.

BASEBALL, MEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Billy Wilson, Blake Redman, Brandon Shearer, Braydon Salzman, Brendan Kawaja, Brenton Arriaga, Codie Paiva, Cooper Uhl, Cory Abbot, David Barta, Dylan Hirsch, Erik Owenson, Giuseppe Benedetti, Harrison Simon, Jack Brkich, Jamey Smart, Jimmy Hill III, Joe Murray, Kevin Jordan, Kyle Dozier, Mark Finkelnburg, Nathan Keavy, Nick Sogard, Niko Decolati, Phil Caulfield, Rob Diaz, Ryan Kawano, Scottie Graham, Spencer Erdman, Steven Chavez, Steven Skolarz, Ted Boeke, Tim Peabody, Trevin Experra and Tyler Cohen.

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BASKETBALL, MEN’S CLUB Casey Parsay, Ethan Shirian, Harman Brah, Makeen Yasar, Noah Bauman, Raihan Bal, Redit Teferi, Ryan Ducar and Spencer Goodman.

BASKETBALL, MEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Cameron Allen, Donald Gipson, Dylan Causwell, Eli Scott, Erik Johansson, James Batemon, Jeffery McClendon, Joe Quintana, Liam Eberhardt, Mattias Markusson, Mikail Simmons, Petr Herman, Steven Haney and Zarif Williams.

Bridges, Maddison Briggs, Claire 319, 328 Brigham Young University 171 Bright, Taylor 210, 329 Brimacomb, Olivia 352, 363 Brion, Andre 210, 278, 340 Briones, Francesca 343, 346 Briones, Rebecca Brittain, Angela Britt, Elliot 210, 327, 333 Britton, Casey 210 Britton, Daniel 210 Britton, Joseph 345, 352 Brit, William 362 Brkich, Jack 210, 322 Brockwell, Marc 338, 354 Broddin, Esther 210, 353 Broffman, Thomas Brogan, Kayla 342, 345 Broide, Sophie Bromley, Elizabeth 336, 350 Brooks, Brianna 337 Brooks, Morgan Brostrom, David 210 Brothers of Consciousness 325 Brown, Alicia 210, 297, 357 Brown, Andrew 327 Brown, Athena 147, 352 Brown, Chloe Brown, Connor 355 Browne, Dylan 203, 210 Brown, Erica 331 Brown, Evan 153, 342 Brown, George Brown, Hailee 325, 329 Browning, Isaiah 345 Brown, Isabel 324 Brown, Jessie 345 Brown, Lauren Brownlee, Tyrone Brown, Luisa Brown, Nile Brown, Phillip 350 Brown, Ryan 199, 359, 361 Brown, Timon Brown, William 210, 333

Brown, Willow Bruce-Eisen, Sarah 211 Bruemmer, Rory 112, 324 Bruening, Aimee 334 Bruggeman, Adelaide 95 Brumfield, Arielle 211, 347 Brundy, Camille 324 Brunetta, Nicole 350, 351 Brunochelli, Alessio 364 Bruno, Thomas Bruns, Austin 20, 326, 345 Brunson, Jaelyn 324 Bruton-Bratcher, Brittney Bryan, Camille 350, 355 Bryan, Madeleine 331 Bryant-Manago, Marissa 211, 364 Bryant, Nicole 353 Bryant, Raquel Bryant, Travis 128 Bryne, James 62 Buchanan, Tyler 75 Buckingham, Josephine 211 Buckingham, Josie 323 Bucknor, Kaylyn Budetti, Dominic 211, 267, 349, 350 Budhwani, Khallisa Budi, William Buenaventura, Cara Isobel 211, 332, 336 Buendia, Kristian 211 Buhlman, Gillian Bulen, Haley 326, 333, 353 Bullock, Violet 334, 351 Bumpas, Jasmin 352 Bump, Samantha 211, 329 Bunce, Kaley 346, 350 Bunce, Oakley Bunikiewicz, Kiejstut Burcham, David W. 202 Burch, Kristen 211, 317, 329, 336, 337 Burdick, Claire 211 Burford, Grace Burgis, Emma 211 Burke, John Burke, Megan 324

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Burke, Ryan 360 Burke, Tarana 41 Burke, Timothy 356 Burkhard, Jamie 331 Burk, Raleigh 327, 363 Burley, Garrett 355 Burns, Gabrielle 318, 325, 332 Burns, Jessica 319, 324, 328, 343 Burrell, Hannah Burroughs, Morgan 318, 346 Burr, Regan Borges 319 Bursick, Dylan Burt, Bradley Burton, Samantha 121, 336 Bushell, Robert 345 Buss, Derek 345 Busse, Michael 333 Bustamante, Enrique 356 Bustamante, Jose Bustamante, Nicole 326, 336, 342, 350 Bustillos, Carlo 211, 324, 355 Butchart, Rebecca 353 Butler, Alexandra 340 Butler, Elli Butler, Savanah Butterfield, Samantha 340 Buxani, Kabir 211, 338 Buxton, Georgia 211, 318, 342 Buyabes, Azzah 334 Buyabes, Qutaiba 211, 334 Bybee, Anna 211, 329, 336 Byers, Eric 365 Byers, Jhalaini Byme, James 362 Byrd, Armando Byrne, James 345

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Cabarse, Nicholas 338, 340 Cabatic, Martin 319, 333, 336 Cabello, Brianna 87, 319 Cabezas, Fabio 326, 333,

349, 362 Cabrera, Camille 211, 276, 319 Cabrera, Clara 331, 340, 346 Cacho, Luis 326, 349 Caestecker, Ella 318 Cagle, Amanda Cahalan, Patrick J., S.J. 313 Cahn, Emilyn 333, 346 Cahn, Joseph 329, 345 Caicedo, Bridger 345, 349 Cairo, Karina 333, 337 Calcanas, Matthew 339 Calhoon, Jacob 321 Calhoun, Jordyn 211, 350 California State University Northridge 180 Callas, Bradley 324 Callaway, Caroline 324 Callaway, Sophie 333 Callihan, Chase Calma, Audrey 335 Calo, Kathryn 340 Caltagirone, Kimberly 211, 256, 331, 348 Calvelo, Kevin Ray 211, 340 Cameron, Kaitlin 318, 325 Cameron, Therese Cameron, Zachary Cameron-Petersen, Callie Campbell, Brennan Campbell, Chynna 211, 319 Campbell, Kennedy Camp, Briana Campion, Julia 340 Campo, Dale 345, 353, 362 Campo, Havana 326, 364 Campoverde, Daniel 211 Campus Ministry 20, 21 Campus Ministry Choir 21 Canales, Hannah Canas, Emily 346 Canchola, Mario 85, 211, 345, 346, 354 Canchola, Nicholas Candela, Jessica Canela, Desirae 211, 343 Canela, Emmely 211, 361

Canfield, Taylor Cannon, Daniel 342 Cano-Gonzales, Ruben Canon, Daniel 355 Cantrell, Hampton 313 Cantu, Anthony Canyon, Alexis 324 Cao, Catherine Cao, Ran Capestany, Joseph Capestany, Lucas 211, 306, 331, 333, 362 Capobianco, Victoria Capouya, Emily Cappiello, Ginevra Are 327 Capuano, Polina 319 Capuzzi, Kacie 326 Caradonna, Cascina 319, 348 Carbone, Kameryn 349 Cardamone, Angela 336 Cardenas, Isaac 326, 338, 346 Carder, Austin 176, 365 Cardone, Angelo Carfora, John 313 Cargill, Lilia 350 Carin, Erica 211, 294 Carino, Marisa 88, 211, 328 Carles, Eric 212, 345 Carley, Patrick 212, 354 Carlson, Cassidy 319 Carlson, Emily 212, 329, 357, 361 Carlson, Mari 212, 252 Carlucci, Callie 212 Carman, Emily 356, 359 Carmouche, Natalie 326 Caro, Mia 348 Caro, Robert 313 Carothers, Anna 212, 331 Carpenter, Charles 342 Carpenter, Connor Carpenter, Justin Carpenter, Susanne 344, 346, 349 Carraher, Matthew 345, 350, 351

Carr, Allie Carr, Caleb Carr, Lindsay 212, 363, 359 Carr, Tennaya Carr, Tia Carranco, Francisco Carranza, Erick 332, 343, 346 Carreon, Madeline Carrera, Jacqueline 329 Carrera, Mia 212 Carrington, Calix 212, 339 Carroll, Aaron Carroll, Justin Carson, Anne 144 Carson, Erin Carter, Baylee 353 Carter, Delaney 151, 212, 319 Carter, Melanie Carter, Nate 320 Carter, Rene Cartin, Shawn Cartmel, Drew Carty, Jacob Caruccio, Sofia 326, 336, 353 Carufel, Gabrielle 361 Carungay, Matthew 29, 316, 335, 359 Caruso, Hannah 350 Caruso, Rachel Carvajal, Andrea 326, 336 Carvalho, Brennan Cary, Alezae 85, 189, 324, 354, 365 Casadont, Marco 354 Casillas, Mariana 340, 343 Casimiro, Jackson Casim, Michael 340 Cassar, Christopher 355, 363 Cassidy, Maureen 312 Cassidy, Samuel 333, 335, 352 Cassidy, Sofia 318, 319 Cast, Makenzie 212, 323, 359 Castaneda, Nayelli Castano, Devin 346 Castellanos, Kristen 212, 323, 363 Castellanos, Yazmin

BASKETBALL, WOMEN’S CLUB Caroline DePhillis, Elsa Wilson, Imani Martin, Ivonne Kwon, Jordyn Polk, Jude Gazzaz, Julia Owidat, Leanne Kuwahara, Maggie Gallagher, Samara McCardell and Tara Meager.

BASKETBALL, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Aiyana Barnes, Andee Velasco, Bianca Velasco, Bree Alford, Brittney Reed, Chelsey Gipson, Cheyanne Wallace, Cierra Belvin, Gabby Green, Jasmine Jones, Josie Buckingham, Makenzie Cast, Meghan Mandel, NK IIang and Raychel Stanley.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alexis Morrow, Bozena Culo, Chloe Reinig, Cierra Simpson, Emma Doud, Emma Johnson, Jessie Prichard, Kekai Whitford, Kristen Castellanos, Maddie Leiphardt, McKayla Ferris, Megan Rice, Meredith Teague, Morgan Bogust, Paige Panter, Sara Kovac, Savannah Slattery, Sierra Bartley and Veronica Nederend.

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BELLES SERVICE ORGANIZATION Alanna Granados, Alexis Sissac, Alezae Cary, Alison Sell, Amber Webb, Anna Yager, Ashley Naliwajko, Audrey Colanero, Aya Diaz, Brenda Quintanilla, Calla Kelley-Renda, Carly Johnson, Caroline Callaway, Cathren Killedjian, Christina Chu, Christina Yi, Emma Jones, Emma Lane, Enya Edwards, Erica Chloe, Hallie Ryan, Hannah Levy, Isabel Brown, Isabelle Seddon, Jessica Burns, Johanna Villalobos, Kaisara Walton, Kay Mcanally, Kaylee Asai, Keila Osugi, Kendra Dawson, Kristen Corbett, Lacey Braun, Mackenzie Tjogas, Manna Zelealem, Mary Qualls, Megan Burke, Melissa Cedillo, Michelle Bang, Morgan Mostrom, Paola Santana, Samantha Noble, Sarah Frisz, Sharon Ray, Stacee Smith, Taylor Farley, Victoria Onyike, Vinkya Hunter, Viviane Nguyen and Zahra Khan.

BETA THETA PI Adam Lyons, Andrew Willis, Anton Hud, Antonio Porras, Arun Gulati, Benjamin Moores, Brad Callas, Brandon Haynes, Brant Miller, Brendan McLoughlin, Brett Derham, Brian Blatnick, Brian Grant, Burke Lofgren, Carlo Bustillos, Chad Louie, Charles Lawver, Charles Ozburn, Chris Contreras, Chris Johnson, Chris Syfacunda, Christian Smith, David Hollis, Davis Nann, Dylan Urban, Edward Karrer, Eliot Raymond, Frank Musso, Greg Olson, Jaai Tanaka, Jack Linde, Jack Lyons, Jahan Tadayon, James Penner, James Stephenson, Jamie Shannon, Jared Sharfstein, Jeremy Hitchcock, Joe Dooling, John Salinas, John Sherman, Jonathan Ting, Jordan Coley, Jordan Sprackman, Julian Lam, Justus Ramming, Kurt Griffin Baumberger, Leif Merlino, Mason Higginbotham, Matthew Kishaba, Matthew Schmit, Max Nicholas, Michael Armas, Michael Dennehy, Michael Martinez, Nathan Faust, Nick Minutaglio, Nico Gomez, Nico Noriega, Quinn Lanners, Riley Dawson, Robert Granatelli, Rory Bruemmer, Sai Chintamaneni, Sebastian Segura, Shane Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell, Skyler Tan, Stephen Giuntini, Swepson Nelson, Theo Lisberger, Trevor Vander Pol, Tyler Colson, Tyler Mucci, William Mahony, Yianni Alevizos and Zach Vanysseldyk.

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BLACK AND GOLD LIONS Alexandre Gao, Alfredo Telona, Amada Reyes, Angel Vazquez, Armaan Zare, Carlos Martin del Campo, Carlos Yvellez, Christian Gaskin, Crystian Rodriguez, Daniel Melin, Dario Gutierrez, Derek Conratt, Diana Martinez, Edgar Marcial, Eduardo Pablin, Elena Alcerro, Ethan Shepanek, Felix Nguyen, Hayato Hori, Jack Hill, Javier Mercado, Jennifer Cima, Jeremy Goldberg, Jesus Padilla, Joao Paulo Coelho, Joseph Hammond, Juan Vazquez, Lily Prothero, Mario Cifuentes, Nathan Scalise, Nathaniel Flores, Ofelia Pulido, Ofelia Pulido, Raul Ruiz, Ravindu Ranatunga, Rodrigo Sosa, Sean Nevin, Shawn Reinoso, Steven Boyer, Steven Luevano, Wesley In and Xavier Orozco.

BLACK STUDENT UNION Aaliyah Wilson, Adom Palmer, Alexandria Schuller, Alexis Canyon, Alexis Lucas, Aliyah Flowers, Allegra Hennington, Amber Webb, April Tate, Aya Diaz, Brandon Love, Brendan Towns, Brianna Goodall, Brianna Samuels, Camille Brundy, Carmen Walker, Carolyn Egekeze, Charles Mason, Dailyn Colston, Davis Robinson, Delisa Madere, Devon Elmore, Ebuka Ohiomaba, Erame Okojie, Harold Washington, Imani Martin, Jaelyn Brunson, Jana Jones, Jenee Potts, Jermaine Johnson, Jill Porter, Jordan Pace, Jordyn Polk, Julia Potts, Kalonni Hurrel, Kapri Washington, Kara Hinton, Kenzie Hunt, Kia Griffin, Kiana Gums, Kilan McCardie, Lakem Amsal, Lauren Harper, Lauren Morrison, Makeen Yasar, Mallie Green, Mallom Liggon, Maya Johnson, Meghan Trudo, Micaela Hammond, Milagaro JeanMarie-Tucker, Miriam Admasu, Monique Monyei, Morris Cheeks, Mustafa Yasar ll, Nadia Lowe, Natalie Benn, Nia Riles, Noel Henderson, Noelle Anaya, Paisley Sutton, Patrick Frierson, Samantha Stallworth, Samara McCardell, Simone Soublet, Simone Scott, Stephan Muccular, Steven Johnson, Sydney Adams, Taylor Clark, Tyra Parrish and Vandalena Mahoney.

Delgado Castelo, Francesco Castillo, Andrew 319 Castillo, Diana 334 Castillo, Elsa 107 Castillo, Ivan Del Castillo, Megan 75, 331, 338 Castillo, Sebastian Castillo, Sylvana Castle, Nicholas Castleman, Justin Caston, Cullen Caston, Robin 212, 355 Castro, Ashley Castro, Daniela Rojas Castro, Jen Nicole Castro, John David 365 Castro, Kailey 356 Castro, Michelle 319 Castro, Nicole 340 Castro, Rafael Castro, Victoria Catalano, Brice 146, 331, 333 Cater, Nathaniel 318, 339 Catrone, Lily 352, 358 Caulfield, Phil 322 Causwell, Dylan 322 Cavanaugh, Ken 339, 360 Cavanaugh, Kenneth Cavanaugh, Richard 339 Cavdar, Can Caya, Talia 330, 352 Cayabyab, Kiana Lidstone 342 Cayas, Ronnalyn Joy Cazarez, Michael 320, 353 Cease, Adam Cecil, Makena 331 Cecilio, Tyra 329 Cecire, Tyler 355 Cedillo, Melissa 212, 320, 324, 343 Ceja, Pablo 320 Ceja, Valeria 320, 333 Celestino, Christienne 326, 340 Cellars, Jason 212, 354 Cerecedo, Leonardo Garcia

352 Cerniglia, Liam Chaberski, Tomasz 329 Chabin, Sarah 319, 332, 340 Chadarevian, Lauren 320, 336 Chadwick, Kaitlyn 212, 327 Chae, Alice Chai, Celine Zi Yin 347 Chai, Mia Chamberlin, Liam Chami, Samuel 329 Champagne, Hannah 212, 319, 337, 365 Chan, Allison 212, 330, 332, 336 Chan, Amy 21, 326, 336 Chan, Christine 361 Chan, Herbert Chan, Jennifer Chan, Kevin 212, 345 Chan, Melanie 340 Chance, Shannon Chance, Zain La Chandler, Rebecca 313 Chang, Connor 345 Chang, Irene 330 Chang, Jeremy Chang, Johanna Chang, Kevin 336, 346 Chang, Ren-Taylor 342 Chang, Sara Chang, Sophia 338 Chang, Victoria Chang, Winni Chang, Winston 212 Chappel, Lacey 326 Charbonneau, Erik 342 Chardonnet, Annabelle 318 Charles, Parker 333, 352 Chase, Tyler 342 Chatman, Breâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Anna Chatwin, Coby Chauhan, Gurinder Singh 357 Chaves, Marissa Chavez, Amy Chavez, Darwin 360

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Chavez, David 340 Chavez, Jose Miguel 327 Chavez, Pablo Chavez, Steven 322 Chavez, Tracy Chavira, Kailyn Chavos, Caroline 353 Chavosh, Famy 319 Chawla, Pavit Che, Siyuan Cheancharadpong, Ponr 212 Cheeks, Morris 324, 339 Cheer 119, 179, 325 Chemistry Society 325 Chen, Chen Chen, Edenne 212, 336, 346, 357 Chen, Huan 212 Chen, Jasmine 336 Chen, Jiajun 325 Chen, Jingfei Chen, Jolyn 212 Chen, Jomi 212 Chen, Ju Yin Chen, Li-Ting 362 Chen, Melody 333 Chen, Xi Chen, Zhikai 212 Chen, Zuyi Cheney, Evan Cheng, Adrian 212 Cheng, Amy 212 Cheng, Charlotte 58, 331 Cheng, Eric 334, 348 Cheng, Kimmey 340 Cheng, Marissa 333 Cheng, Noppasorn 213, 333 Chenoweth, Christopher Cherry, Jacqueline 331 Cheskis, Ben 329, 353 Chesney, Daion 213 Cheung, Alyssa Cheung, Kaitlyn 358, 365 Cheung, Rachel Chevance, Olivia 352 Chew, Emma 340 Chew, Hannah 150, 318

Chew, Nicholas 338 Crenna-Armstrong, Chiara 343, 361 Chidester, Emily 213 Chi, Kylie 329 Chi, Travis Chica, Katherine Chiles, Simon 145, 213 Chinese Students and Scholars Association 325 Chin, Jennifer 330 Chin, Jordan 340 Ching, Alexander 319 Chintamaneni, Sai 151, 320, 324 Chiquita, Cheryl Crystal 333 Chiu, Charis Chiu, Evan Chiu, Samantha 340, 336, 348 Chloe, Erica 324 Cho, Christine 348 Cho, Hyun Cho, Roy 362 Choe, Eileen 213, 338, 357 Choe, Erica 325, 340, 352, 365 Choe, Tina 315 Choi, Andrew Choi, LyAnn 336 Choi, Sarah 336, 343 Choi, YeonHee 331 Choi, Yoonseo 336 Cho, Yun Ji 213 Choice, Naomi Chong, Kaynan 213 Chopp, Abigail 361 Chopra, Anjali 357 Chopra, Reeyah 319 Chopra, Shivain 355 Chorneyko, Grace 319 Chow, Charlene Chow, Jane 329, 336 Chow, Miles 356, 359 Chowdhury, Sanjana Shehnaz Choy, Nolan

BROTHERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS Aaron Respert, Adom Palmer, Brandon Keyes, Brendan Towns, Cameronn YoungHarry, Christopher Shelby, Darien Geyen, Davis Robinson, Dorien Meilleur, Henry Davis, Hunter Patterson, Jayden Gillespie, Jermaine Johnson, Makeen Yasar, Nick Tramel, Omri McElroy, Stephan Muccular, Steven Johnson and Tristan Willis.

THE CAGE

CHEER Alison Safa, Anna Roccucci, Bella Mullaney, Brittany Aldredge, Caroline PohehlsGallagher, Claudia Evans, Erica Hodges, Gabriela Dorado, Hope Georgiou, Jacquelynne Garcia, Kaelyn Novak, Kristi Mikami, Kylie Pollack, Lauren Torres, Madalynn Pelayo, Malia Murphy and Shannon Hewlett.

CHEMISTRY SOCIETY

Aedan Leary Vallejo, Catheryn Mallari, Devin Scarborough, John Manganiello, Mary Ings, Quinn Heinrich and Shonnu Ba Thaung.

Alex Golden, Alex Turk, Amir Pirsaheli, Anthony Pace, Billy Abdallah, Brynne Weed, Cade Prins, Colin Richards, Colleen McLamb, Dillon Rinauro, Emilio Curiel, Emily Jensen, Erica Choe, Gabby Burns, Gisselle Brambila, Hailee Brown, Hunter Hohlfeld, Isabella Powers, Jared Lyons, Katerina Harrop, Katie Cameron, Kayci Smith, Kelty Hori, Madeline Miller, Marc Matossian, Maya Tamhane, Michael Armas, Natalie Wilkie, Nick Ventigan, Quinn Lanners, Raphael James Lamarca, Rayana Bonnel, Savannah Jones, Scott Clark, Shannon Bourne, Sofia Esteves, Spencer Morris, Sydney Adams, Thomas Kelly, Val Miramontes, Victoria Onyike, William Mahony and Yzie Tabirara.

CHINESE STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS ASSOCIATION Jiajun Chen, Luyu Yang, Shanshan Zhou, Shiqi Yang, Sijia Yang and Yilin Qian.

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CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMUNITY Aarong Wong, Abigail Sherlock, Adriana Donkers, Alexandra Bowman, Alexandra Farell, Alexis Marie Villate, Alfredo Teledo, Alison Sell, Allana Granados, Allen Iwamoto, Allie Green, Alyssa Archuleta, Alyssa Reece, Amada Reyes, Amanda Meegan, Amelia Jay, Amy Chan, Ana Macaspac, Andrea Carvajal, Andrew Pasqua, Andrew Rodriguez, Andrew Stoddard, Ann Shoen, Anna Joyce, Anna Knowles, Anne Warque, Annie Beckler, Annie Shane, Annika Peddinghause, Anthony Montes, Armando Garcia, Asher Segelken, Ashley Tropea, Austin Bruns, Austin Raymundo, Bailey Thomsen, Beatrice Li, Bella Madanado, Blake Kloczl, Breelyn Betts, Brenner Demello, Calista Herrera, Caroline Fuqua, Caroline Iglesias, Carolyn Egekeze, Carolyn Strossman, Carson Miller, Catheryn Malleri, Celine Avitia, Charlie Workmaster, Chelsea Yu-Hsien Lin, Chris Perez, Christienne Celestino, Christina Martinez, Christina Yi, Christine Arye, Christine Petersen, Chrystal Shek, Ciara Freeman, Clare Michael, Cole Kawashiri, Collene Towers, Colton Kugler, Cora Cleary, Cormac Dolezal, Courtney Belmini, Cristina Pintor, Daniel Herrera, Daniel Melin, Daniella Maldonado, Danielle Diramarian, David Beaird, David Ramirez, Davin Takanishi, Dawson Hayfield, DeAnna Berar, Debbie Lee, Donovan Moini, Dwayne Cox, Dylan Loo, Eilise Guifoyle, Elizabeth McCoy, Elsie Mares, Emily Erves, Emily Rawson, Emily Vees, Emma Young, Erika Weiler, Ethan Tsao, Eunice Gonzalez, Fabio Cabezas, Facundo Gonzalez, Fatima Beck, Gabby Lecca, Gabriella Perez, Gabrielle Kennedy, Garrity Karlie, Gianna Lee, Ginny Laskodi, Griffin Baumberger, Hailey Palala, Haley Bulen, Haley Schlicht, Halli Ryan, Hana Thomas, Hannah Beskind, Havana Campo, Ina Bangawan, Isaac Cardenas, Isadora Gao, Izabel Duenas, Jack Ahnlund, Jack Rettenmier, Jackie Fiacco, Jackson Watkins, Jacob Johanson, Jacobe Makielski, Jade Fisher, Jake Voge, Jakob Zermeno, Janneke Wade-de Jong, Jasmine Banuelos, Jazmin Navato, Jazmin Quezada, Jeannete Martinez, Jelani Bramel Manning, Jimmy Vivar, Joe Coleman, Joelle Ibrahim, John Hardy, John Manganiello, John Selby, Jonah Nelson, Jonathan Grace, Jordyn Wedell, Joseph Garcia, Joseph Louie, Julie Cinatl, Justin Arita, Kacie Capuzzi, Kaitlyn Maddigai, Kapri Washington, Kate Bianco, Kate Garofalo, Katie Kessler, Kaylin Uglow, KeAnna Anglin, Kristen Corbett, Kya Missick, Kyle Wilson, Lacey Chappel, Larry Sprott, Laurel Mooney, Lauren Anderson, Lauren Holloway, Lauryn Sanchex, Lily Do, Lindsey Fry, Lisa Lawrence, Liz Valdez, Lizz Ladd, Lizzy Grosvenor, Luis Cacho, Lupita Rodriguez, Macy Mckeegan, Madeline Ortiz, Madeline Schwart, Madisen Doty, Madison Martin, Marcus Lucescu, Marena Trujillo, Margaret Blach, Maria Leon, Maria Lopez Zamudio, Maria Ullman, Mariangela Misceo, Marianna Alifa, Markus Rocca, Marlene Jensen, Mary Laurance, Matthew Stein, Maya Lee, Maya Paniagua, Maya Willis, Meaghan Wagner, Megan Giorgi, Melissa Beck, Melissa Herrera, Micaela Plummer, Michelle Bang, Mikayla Gingery, Mike Suehisa, Miya Strait, Molly Allen, Monica Yalung, Monique Monyei, Nana Turkson, Natalie Boyle, Natalie Carmouch, Nathan Critchett, Nathan Scalise, Nicholas Dea, Nicholas Pilaud, Nicolas Breceda, Nicole Bustamante, Nicole Sciel, Noah Ferrel, Noah MacDonald, Nunya Gozey, Ofelia Pulido, Olivia LaCasto, Olivia Peterson, Olivia Twiford, Owen Dailey, Padraig Lyons, Patrick Ennis, Rachel Murata, Randi Aguilar, Rayana Bonnell, Remmington Pearce, Robert Hernandez, Robyn De Leon, Rose Raddatz, Rui Niu, Ryan Bae, Sabrina Nicole Khoury, Sabrina Sandoval, Sam Goodyear, Samantha Mauriss, Sara Rasmussen, Sarah Kistler, Scott Manning, Sean Khansari, Sean Lapeyre, Serena Swanson, Shanece Wells, Shannon Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Kane, Sharla David, Sierra Hitchcock, Simone Smth, Sofia Anaya, Sofia Caruccio, Sofia Ruiz, Sophia Hoefle, Sophia Ntovas, Taylor Farley, Taylor Rumm, Thalia Piedra, Thomas Richmond, Tiffany Tang, Timothy Herrmann, Tippy Dringman, Val Gomez, Vaneza Paredes, Vejas Vasiliauskas, Victor Antonio Labarthe, Wing Yueng Lau, Xavier Orozco and Zack Boehnlein.

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Christensen, Brooke 357 Christensen-Levy, Hannah 332 Christerson, Hanna 353 Christian, Holden Christian Life Community 21, 26, 28, 326 Christianson, Robert Christou, Christina 213, 273, 318 Chu, Christina 324, 342 Chu, Tanner Chu, Theodore 333 Chua, Jennifer 336 Chudy, Alyssa 340 Chudzinski, Kellie 156, 157, 316, 345 Chulik, Devon Chun, Ellen Chun, Ethan 328 Chun, Minchul 359 Chunapongse, Natriya 319, 343, 348 Chung, Haley 329 Chung-Sprackman, Jordan 355 Chuvashina, Alena Cicchini, Vanessa 153, 329, 336, 342 Cicciu, Mekayla 340 Cielak, Andrew Cielak, Daniel Cifuentes, Mario 324, 334 Cima, Jennifer 324, 356 Cima, Julia 318 Cinatl, Julie 326 Cinco, Ayrton 213 Cinnamon, Lily Citro, Teryn Clair, Sierra 334 Clancy, Samantha 353 Clapp, Breanna 333 Clark, Aidan 352, 353 Clark, Austin 359, 364 Clark, Courtney Clark, Jordan Clark, Kaitlyn 331 Clark, Kyle 213, 349, 353, 354

Clark, Mackenzie 137 Clark, Meghanne 91, 91, 317, 318, 333, 357 Clark, Mia Clark, Robert Clark, Scott 325 Clark, Stephanie 213, 256, 319 Clark, Taylor 324 Clarke, Amanda 213 Clarkson, Carris Clayton, Kyle 342 Cleary, Cora 319, 326, 345 Clemmensen, Curtis Cleveland, Charles 355 Clive, Aimee 362, 371 Close, Charles Closson, Nicole 213, 329 Clougher, Kaleigh 331 Club 361 Club Fest 21 Coats, Derek Cochrane, Morgan Cody, Lauren Coelho, Joao Paulo 320, 324 Coe-McNamara, Daniela Coffey, Jay 213, 260 Cohan, Rachel Cohen, Jamie 329 Cohen, Lukas Cohen, Taylor Cohen, Tyler 322 Coito, Meleana 330, 331 Cojuangco, Ma. Claudia 342 Colace, Mario 352, 354 Colanero, Audrey 324 Colasanto, Joanna 331, 352 Colbert, Chloe 356 Colbert, Madison Colburn, Spencer 342 Cole, Kathryn 333, 357 Cole, Nicholas 213, 329 Coleman, C. Ulualo Coleman, Joe 317, 326, 349, 362 Coleman, Joseph 362

Coleman, Peniamina Coleman, Ulualo 338, 339 Colet-Ruiz, Sabrina 331 Coletta, Alexandra 105 Coley, Jordan 324, 346 Colick, Katharine 329 College of Business Administration 122, 124, 315 College of Communication and Fine Arts 315 College of Communication & Fine Arts 139 Collegiate Panhelenic Council 327 Collier, Catherine 203, 213, 329 Collins, Cassidy Collins, Nicholas 213 Collins, Siobhan 352 Col, Nicholas 213 Coll, Miles Colman, Geoffrey Colquitt, Blake Colson, Tyler 213, 324 Colston, Dailyn 324 Colton, Blake 338, 343, 362 Comaschi, Eleonora 213, 354 Compeau, Lauren 353 Conjuangco, Ma. Claudia 358 Conklin, Cali Conley, Ashley Conlon, Helena Connell, Katherine 147, 319, 328, 329 Connell, Madeline Connell, Rayana 346 Conner, Brennan 358 Conner, Makala 332, 344, 346 Conners, Neal 322 Connors, Catherine Conratt, Derek 324 Console, Luciano Manfredi Conte, Gabriella 318 Conteras, Maya 350

Conti, Maria Vittoria Contreras, Christian 324 Contreras, Cindy 327 Contreras, Kaylee 213 Contreras, Maya 336 Contro, Eduardo Aiza Conway, Scott Cook, Brett Cook, Makenzie 329, 362 Cook, Muneerah 213 Cook, Stefan 213, 318 Cooper, Alexandra 350 Cooper, Carl 213, 350 Cooper, Maya Cooper, Raeann Copeland, Alena Copeland, Megan 213, 319 Corbett, Kristen 324, 326, 329 Cordero, Gabriela 333 Cordero, Nicholas 213 Cordier, Rebecca 331, 336 Cordova, Alexis 343 Corea, Carmen Cori, Stephanie Corman, Bayley Corman, Maxwell 353 Cormier, Shelby 88, 338, 356 Cornblatt, Jacob 345 Cornejo, Daniella Cornforth, Meagan 318 Coronado, Madeleine Corral, Cruz 213, 356 Corrales, Delia 346 Correa da Silva Affonso Amaral, Bruna 331 Correira, Conner 319, 328 Correll, Madeline Corso, Samantha Corvaia, Alan 328 Cosca, Jessica 213, 319 Cosmero, Matthew Costello, Nicholas Cota, Mitchell Cotterel, Trevor 363 Counseling Graduate Student Association 327

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Courseault, Khristion Covarrubias, John Covarrubias Zepeda, Alfredo 331, 343 Cox, Dwayne 326, 358 Cox, Galena Cox, Sarah Cox, Taylor Cox, William Coyne, Anthony 214, 329 Crabtree, Robin 315 Craft, Nicholas Cragg, Henry 138 Craig, Ralph Crane, Robert 351 Cranston, Christopher Craver, Owen Crawford, Allison 320, 336, 342, 345 Crawford, Blake Crawford, Jackson Crawford, Jordan 329 Creare Service Organization 32, 89, 121, 154, 327 Creasy, Timothy Cremin-Endes, Caleb Crenna-Armstrong, Chiara Crespin, Iliana 346 Crew 327 Crimson Circle Service ORganization 162, 188, 327 Crippin, Collin 355 Critchett, Nathan 326 Crivello, Ryan Crocker, James Crockett, Brandon 354 Crosby, Katrina 104, 350, 360 Cross, Andrew Cross, Candice Cross Country & Track, Men’s 28, 179 Cross Country & Track, Women’s 88 Crossen, Rayne Cross, Kevin Cross, Milan

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Crowe, Madeleine Crowell, Erinn Crowther, Blake 329 Cruz, Genesis 346, 356 Cruz, Nydia De La 333 Cruz, Oscar Cruz, Rosalie Cruz, Rosie 328 Cruz, Sheila Crystal, Eva 347, 350 Cue, Maria 186 Cuellar, Kassandra 44, 331 Culinane, Kyle 362 Cullars, Maliyah 317, 330 Cullinane, Kyle Culo, Bozena 323 Cummings, Kathleen 356 Cunningham, Chloe 214, 345 Cunningham, Michael Curiel, Emilio 325 Curnett, Olivia 214 Curry, Ashley 214, 340 Curry, Trisha Curtis, Samantha 214, 317, 318 Cusi-Asquith, Connor 331 Cusi, Connor 338 Cusumano, Taylor 214, 319 Cutter, Maile 352 Cycon, Caroline 355 Cygan, Zachary Cyprus, Brooke

Dd Dabdoub, Aminah 340 Dabdoub, Camilla Dabdoub, Mia 214, 268, 340 D’Adamo, Olivia Dadsetan, Ally 320 Dadsetan, Henry 214, 320, 343 Dadsetan, Jacob 320 Daggett, Megan 214, 331 Dahi, Andrew Dahlke, Maya 331, 357

COLLEGIATE PANHELENIC COUNCIL Anna Taricco, Emily Gardner, Haley Loeffler, Lauren Anderson, Lex Straiten, Megan Davis, Megan Takemoto, Rachel Haik, Stefanie Rodriguez and Vanessa Hernandez.

COUNSELING GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION Abdull Hamud, Agustin Arredondo, Alejandra Sanchez, Alma Garibay, Amanda Greenfield, Angela Zhang, Aracely Lopez, Catherine Foote, Christopher Tinanjero, Cindy Contreras, Danny Jaramillo, Eduardo Ros, Fr. Uche Onyekwelu, Ginevra Are Cappiello, Hillary Henderson, James Morris, Joan Lee, Jorge Martinez, Jose Miguel Chavez, Karen Ke, Laura Herren, Mariah Glenn, Marlene Leyva, Morgan Hillby, Moses K. Kulee, Paulina Renteria, Rachel Edwards, Roberto Ruiz, Ruth Batres, Ryanne Martucci, Sara Hurani, Shaeema Syed, Sheri Atwater, Somalia Miller Salmond, Stephanie Vasquez, Susan Ruiz, Thomas Kandris, Thomas Kandris and Yuletpsi Barreto.

CREARE SERVICE ORGANIZATION Alex Hendricks, Amanda Ordaz, Annie Strugatsky, Ariana Albiar, Cami Wong, Caroline Gallagher Poehls, Dylan Loo, Erin Ochikubo, Greg Smith, Hanna Weyland, Ina Patricia Bangawan, Isabeau Lauron, Isabel Aguirre, Isadora Gao, Izabel Duenas, Jacob Orlita, Jeannette Martinez, Jelani Bramble-Manning, Jeremy Pasia, Jessica Torres, Joe Gorman, Joey Rovetto, John (Sebastian) Pereira, John Hughes, Jordan Raymond, Josh Bernardin, Julia Pinamont, Julie Everakes, Justin Tran, Kaitlyn Chadwick, Karina Fabregas, Keyshawn Garraway, Larry Palato, Lauren Kenes, Leah Willover, Lindsey Fry, Madison Martin, Mariajose Gomez, Melissa Davis, Nicole Ramirez, Nina Niedbalski, Pau Valdez, Renee Borges, Sabrina Nicole Khoury, Samantha Geier, Shannon Folan, Sophie Deen, Stefani Atherton, Uakea Jose, Victoria Nguyen and Yeabsira Mesfin.

CREW Aeden Vallejo, Ed Kershaw, Elton Rosicki, Finn Lynch, Jake Gimpel, Jax Kelly, Leo Aman, Mary Ings-McCaffrey, Max Miller, Michael Dea, Noelle Lampe, Paolo Nguyen, Quinn Dillard, Rigo Mora, Robert Maples and Sam Johnston.

CRIMSON CIRCLE SERVICE ORGANIZATION Alden Lundy, Andrew Brown, Cameron LaMack,Chris Lao, Daniel Palladini, Elliot Britt, Hayden Blaz, Jakob Zermano, James Penner, Jeff Scharberg, Joel Kramer, John Helmers, Jon Porter, Lester Leon, Luis Kay, Mark Ballinger, Michael Rea, Miles Kent, Niko Klein, Owen McNiff, Peter Gurka, Raleigh Burk, Reed Morgan, Rick Baroccio, Riley Nickel, Samir Seshadri, Sean Dempsey S.J, Sean Rose, Shane O’Donnell and Stephan Gloudeman.

CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK, MEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alex Sasser, Ben Davis, Branden Estrada, Brian Joerger, Christopher Fredlund, Harry Loasby, Jack Polerecky, Joey Rodgers, Jordan McLennan, Joseph Garcia, Kyle Friedler, Koby Pederson, Marcus Avila, Mat Holton, Matthew Stein, Nick Wells, Patrick Gibson and Simeon Paul.

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CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alex Beitia, Ann Kelly, Courtney Gelmini, Dani Rowlinson, Danielle Nunez, Danielle Shanahan, Elena Garcia, Emily Hubert, Gaby Guerrero, Giselle Masedo, Hannah Wohlenberg, Holly LaPlante, Jillian Dawley, Johanna Apelryd, Kiele Hensel, Kyla Danforth, Maddi Vorgitch, Marisa Carino and Rosie Cruz.

DEJAVIEW MOVIE THEATER Brenda Dimaya, Chasen Himeda Dylan Loo, Ethan Chun, Lian Weller and Remmington Pearce.

THE DEL REY PLAYERS Alaran Corvaia, Anna Zagorski, Benjamin Smith, Carly Johnson, Caroline Gillespie, Chris Lorey, Claire Briggs, Claire Lanuza, Connor Correria, David Beaird, Derby Reeves, Dominique Guilford, Elissa Pierce, Garrett Alvord, Giselle Durand, Godfrey Flax, Izzy Avitia, Jessica Burns, Jordan Block, Kat Connell, Lara Goncalves, Madeleine Quinn, Madison Hansen, Maje Adams, Maren English, Meighan La Rocca, Melissa Green, Nick Alling, Olivia Twford, Rachel Kaftan, Robert Kinsfather, Sebastian Segura, Sofia Beroud, Thea McKay and Tim Toole.

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Dailey, Owen 326 Daily, Zoe 214 Dallas, Sierra 129 Dalton, Alexander 339, 355 Daly, Alexandra 330, 350 Dalyan, Gina Daly, Truman D’Ambrosio, Jenna 214 DAmorim, Natalia DaMota, Jessica Da Motta, Julia Danchok, Samantha 319 Danforth, Kyla 328, 359 Dang, Daniel Dang, Dion 336, 348 Dang, Samuel Daniel, Leah 346, 357 Daniel’s, Daisy Dankowski, Adam 214, 354 Danner, Logan Dapkus, Haley 214, 333 Daregard, Linnea 345 Dargert, Ashley 346 Darin, Alexa Darji, Dhruvil 357 Darmawan, Gabrielle 214 DaRosa, Ceceli 329 Darrouzet, John 360 Dart, Nicholas Dashwood, Alex 350 Dauchot, Nicholas 356, 359 Dauphin, Gary 347 Daus, Justin Dau, Victorria 214, 329 Davenport, Rebecca 331 Daves, Lawrence 339, 349 David, Evan 359 David, Sharla Isabel 326 Davidian, Eric 320 Davidson, Blake 214, 275 Davidson, Grant 353 Davidson, Molly Davies, Helen Davila, Jonathan 343 Davila, Themelina 357 Davis, Allyson 214, 333 Davis, Anna 353 Davis, Anthony

Davis, Benjamin 327, 333 Davis, Brittany 335 Davis, Christiana 347 Davis, Henry 325 Davis, Jason 346 Davis, Julia 336 Davis, Katherine 340 Davis, Kennadi Davis, Liam Davis, Madison 332, 346 Davis, Megan 214, 327, 331 Davis, Melissa 318, 327 Davis, Mirella 319, 333 Davison, Mara 329 Davis, Samantha 319 Davis, Viola 41 Davutoglu, Halit Davydov, Stephany Dawley, Jillian 214, 328 Dawson, Hannah 71, 345 Dawson, Kendra 324, 339 Dawson, Riley 214, 324, 345 Day, Maylon 333, 343 Daza, Niko Dea, Michael 214, 327, 346 DeAngelo, Holly 214, 271, 329 Dea, Nicholas 326 Dean, Laura DeBlois, Kyle 352 deBoulay, Daniel 329 De Campo, Carlos Martin 320 Decolati, Nicholas 143, 322 De Colores 20, 92, 163 Deen, Sophia 327 DeFaccio, Makena Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals 5, 77, 79, 80, 82 DeForest, Danica 331 Defors, Sarah 331 DeFreest, Jackson 43, 214, 329, 330 de Gersdorff, Greg 190, 354, 355 DejaView Movie Theater 328

De Koomen, Luke Delacruz, Rebecca 333, 343 DeLaGarza, Andrew Da Rosa, Ceceli De la Rosa, Julian De La Rosa, Julian 340 Delanty, Professor Scott 317 DeLaroche, Caitlin 214, 331 De Rouen, Jonathan De Rutte, Jennifer 349 De La Rosa, Julian 340 Delay, Matthieu De Leon, Andre 320, 359 Deleon, Benjamin 340 DeLeon, Cobi 340 De Leon, Jacob 197, 355 Deleon, Julia 338 Delfatti, Kirby 342 Delfs, Lucas 215, 354 Delgado Castellanos, Yazmin 215 Delgado, Oscar Deligio, Giancarlo 343 Deline, Carrie 215, 319, 357, 361 Delisle, Lauren 215, 345, 347 Delos, Danielle 147 De Los Santos-Moore, Moriah 363 Del Rosario, Brian Del Rey Players 72 Del Santo, Michael 214, 320, 342 Delta Delta Delta 86, 113, 329 Delta Gamma 113, 153, 329 Delta Kappa Alpha 329 Delta Sigma Phi 113, 151, 329 Delta Sigma Pi 330 Delta Sigma Theta 84, 330 Delta Zeta 86, 190, 331 DeLuca, Sarah 215, 331, 283 De Lucas, Yesica 361 DeLucia, Joshua 333 Demakos, Stephen De Mattos, Lauree Anne 348 DeMay, Joel 334, 362

Demchuk, Lauren Demello, Brenner 326 DeMesa, Justin 333, 340, 345 DeMesma, Kamara Demirjian, Lori Demos, Christa 215, 350 Dempsey ,Sean 327 Dempster, Jack 342, 355 Deng, Yuchan Deninger, Justin 113, 329 Dennehy, Michael 324 Dennings, Joshua Dennis, Christine 335 Dennis, Isabella 215, 346 Dennis, Katria 215 Dennis, Lauren Denny, Reagan 359, 364 Densmore, Madison Deol, Harman 350 DePalma, Rebecca 316, 350 DePhillis, Caroline 323 Der Abrahamian, Lea 215, 320 De Recat, Elle 214 DeRey, Pablo 353 Derham, Brett 324 De Rivel, Austin 321, 362 Derohanessians, Talin 320 DeRosa, Angelo De Rouen, Jonathan 214, 287, 320, 338, 353 De Rutte, Jennifer 214, 365 Desai, Shivum De Silva, Sajana Detamore, Jordan 215, 349, 354 Deutz, Laura D’Evelyn, Charlotte 341 Devine, Justin DeVries, Tim 354 Dewey, Chauncey 358 Dewhurst, Delaney 329 Dewi, Avinda 215 DeYoung, Skyler Dhuyvetter, Gretchen 215 Dhuyvetter, Louise Dias, Austin 343

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Dias, Justin 329 Diaz, Austin 341, 346 Diaz, Aya 215, 324, 333, 365 Diaz, Desiree Diaz, Guadalupe Razo 335, 343, 346 Diaz, Joseph 359 Diaz, Karla Diaz, Nicholas Diaz, Robert 322, 359 Diaz, Victor 330, 355 Diaz Freire, Gabriel 361 Dibbern, Natalia 215, 320, 333 DiBiagio, William 353 DiBiase, Nicole Dible, Nicole Dickison, Danica 329 Didde, Albert Dietiker, Bianca 334 Dietz, Robert 215 DiGenova, Nicolas Dignum, Andrew 334 Dihardjo, Henry Dijamco, Daniel Dilanchyan, Jacqueline 215, 350 Dillard, Blain 321 Dillard, Nathaniel Dillard, Quinn 327 Dillon, Avery 331 Dimaya, Brenda 215, 328, 336 Dingee, Samantha 342 Din, Okkar Min Dinulos, Annika Dios, Hernz Joshua De Di Paola, Tancredi 215 Diramarian, Danielle 320, 326, 342 Disla, Dominic 215 Distribution Center 371 Divine, Dominick 164 Divyendar, Deekshitha 215, 333 Dix, Mekleit 215, 319, 338, 346 Dixon, Chelsea 215

Dixon, D. Antione 344, 346 Dixon, Izel Dixon, Patrick 346 Dixon, Victoria 329 Dizon, Kristine Djie, Michelle 333 D’Mello, Jason 333 Dmitrieva, Alexandra 215 Dmitrieva, Sacha 321 Dobbs, Kimberly 340, 358 Do, Binh-An 352 Doblanovic, Antonella 331, 352 Dobyns, Claire 87, 319 Dodson, Arissa Doghri, Amine Doherty, Anuoluwakiitan Doherty, Kiitan 365 Do, Kaelyn Dolcini, Valente 215, 342 Dolegowski, Matthew 358 Dolezal, Cormac 326, 355 Do, Lily 326 Doll, Carlie 316, 336 Doll, Caroline 346 Dols, Daniel 216, 342, 350 Domaracki, Raquel 216, 329, 337 Dombrowik, Zachary 335, 346 Domingo, Justice 216, 341 Domingos, Yoltic 365 Dominguez, Christina 346 Dominguez, Cindy 354 Dominguez, Melissa 216, 318 Dominguez, Yoltic 340 Donabedian, Halie 337 Donahue, Julia Donkers, Adriana 326, 352, 357 Donlon, Gregory 355 Donnelly, Alice 216, 329 Donohue, Claire 216, 331 Donzella, Davide 333 Dooling, Joseph 324, 361 Dopeso, Madeline 319, 342 Dorado, Gabriela 325

DELTA DELTA DELTA

DELTA KAPPA ALPHA

Acacia Scalise, Alexandra Henry, Amanda Wallace, Anna Hodgson, Annika Honselaar, Arden Terry, Ariana Mungia, Atomic Thorson, Audrey Wu, Bailey Thomsen, Brooke Thompson, Charity Dzul, Claire Restrepo, Colleen McLamb, Courtney Kreditor, Dasia Intil, Devyn Lopez, Emily Forest, Emma Young, Erin Hood, Hailee Brown, Haley Stites, Haley Wheelon, Hali Archer, Hannah Morton, Jackeline Alvarez, Jacquelyn Galvez, Jessica Fong, Kaitlyn Ryan, Karina Fabregas, Katerina Harrop, Katharine Colick, Katherine Connell, Katie Schembri, Laura Valentine, Lauren Alvarez, Lexis Wallace, Lillian Schreiner, Madelene Mackler, Maren English, Mariah Rodriguez, Mariah Williams, Marie-Christine Quintana, Megan Marshall, Melanie Molina, Mia Gilbert, Miriam Binman, Mitsuyo Williams, Monica Hardesty, Morgan Renaud, Paige Kulberg, Paola Franco, Patricia Gunadi, Samantha Bump, Sarah Markowitz, Sydnie Sanchez, Taylor Bright, Tygre Patchell-Evans, Vanessa Gomez, Victoria Stokes and Victorria Dau.

DELTA GAMMA Alexa Brand, Alison Sell, Alissa Lund, Amanda Biscardi, Amy Pellouchoud, Anna Bybee, Anna Sarno, Ariana Sotoodeh, Armine Marukyan, Ceceli DaRosa, Claire Garrison, Daniella Moreno, Deanna Wear, Delaney Dewhurst, Dominique Khan Rodas, Elizabeth Archer, Elizabeth Torgerson, Ellery Simpson, Emilee Johnsen, Emily Carlson, Gabriela Leeds, Gabriella Kreutzelman, Gillian Boss, Gina Galvin, Gina Tersini, Haley Hoffman, Hannah Bowman, Hayden Regalado, Heather Schacher, Holly DeAngelo, Holly Schow, Jacqueline Carrera, Jamie Cohen, Jessica Shortley, Jordan Block, Jordan Pittsey, Joy Amusat, Julia Marzovilla, Juliet Gonzalez, Juliet Shelton, Katelyn Afshar, Katharine-Ann Munson, Kathryn Kocher, Kathryn Wright, Katie Porter, Kayla Hefter, Kristen Burch, Kristen Reames, Lakyn Kearns, Lani Ginoza, Lauren Holmes, Lauren Katz, Lily Bramble, Lindsay Sunada, Londen Powers, Madelaine Sanfilippo, Madeleine Pla, Madeline Schwartz, Madison Hardy, Makenzie Cook, Malia Murphy, Mallory Wackerman, Mara Davison, Margaret Marron, Marisa McCarthy, Mary Grace Kelly, Mason Gray, Megan Blacet, Megan Fishback, Megan McCord, Melissa Fletcher, Meredith Richter, Michelle Barquer, Monica Geiger, Monique Frenkel, Natalie Baughan, Natalie Godby, Nicole Closson, Nicole Honda, Nicole Napier, Nicolette Langley, Nina Moutoux, Olivia Longpre, Olivia Round, Olympia Lappas, Polina Capuano Papadimitriu, Quinn Heinrich, Rachel Mullens, Rachel Vais, Raquel Domaracki, Rebecca Graham, Saaheba Bedi, Samantha O’Brien, Shannon Bourne, Shayna Yallaly, Stephanie Larson, Taylor Ann Masuda, Taylor Hamai, Vanessa Cicchini, Vanessa Hernandez, Victoria Dixon, Virginia Laskodi and Willie Hickok.

Alex Falcon, Alex Simon, Alexandra O’Hara, Alice Donnelly, Alison Huntley, Alivia Horsley, Allison Lushan, Amy Pellouchoud, Andrew York, Anthony Coyne, Aonat Popoola, Ben Bellevue, Ben Cheskis, Bert Wei, Braden Wells, Calla Kelley-Renda, Calvin Wong, Catherine Collier, Chase Lambert-Crittenden, Clark Eglinton, Cristobal Ruiz, Danica Dickison, Daniel deBoulay, Daniel Simon, Drew Gibson, Eden Rousso, Eiko Sullivan, Ellen Na, Ellis Senger, Emily Malig, Emily Stevenson, Emily Teerasuphaset, Éva Enriquez, Evelyn Hofmeister, Fasika Addis, Gabrielle Lecca, Haley Chung, Haley Schlicht, Ileana Lam, Isabelle Gremillion, Jack Lloyd, Jackson DeFreest, Jackson Sulewski, Jalyn Eaton, Jane Chow, Jared Fembleaux, Jasmin Riedel, Jason Wang, Jennifer Bohnert, Jensen Vinca, Johnny Jiang, Jordan Crawford, Joseph Carrick O’Reilly III, Justin Dias, Kate Dudek, Keiva Bradley, Kelly Muskat, Kristen Corbett, Kyle Kaminsky, Kylie Chi, Lexi Rodriguez, Lorenzo Mapua, Madison Quinton, Mauricio Jauregui, Maximillian Loveman, Megan Lau, Megan Russell, Molly Vogel, Morgan Hoover, Natalie Soria, Nathan Lampl, Neyah Barbee, Nicole Kalcic, Nolan Jacobs Walker, Oliva Nolan, Rachael Moreno, Russell Kinscherff, Sam Pribyl, Sarah Leeper, Scarlett Sanchez, Stephen Turner, Summer Plair, Surui Guo, Suzanne Swanson, Taylor Bright, Tomasz Chaberski, Tyra Cecilio and Zachary Valdry.

DELTA SIGMA PHI Aarman Zare, Aaron Radulski, Adam Greger, Alex Isaev, Alexander Lorenz, Allen Vartanian, Anthony Escobar, Anthony Lopez, Austin Pohlman, Blake Crowther, Blake Middleton, Brandon Kim, Cameron Knollenberg, Casey Lee, Devin Oosterhouse, Eli Rodkey, Enrico Sala, Geo Soeryadjaya, Gian Santomieri, Greg Blanchard, Ian Lizarda, James Ross, Jared Swenson, JJ Luk, Joey Cahn, Justin Deninger, Kea Brakman, Luca Basilone, Lumsden Jason, Nicholas Cole, Nick Lee, Rad Guhuit, Ruben Maynes, Sam Chami and Will Hohorst.

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DELTA SIGMA PI Aaron Wong, Adam Zaorski, Alexandra Daly, Alexandros Stamas, Allison Chan, Andrea Loyola, Bereniz Montelongo, Brenner Nathan, Bryson Hamada, Caitlind Hosford, Cameron Walbridge, Carla Palacio, Chelsea Salonga, Christine Arnstad, Christopher Shelby, Elizabeth Lopez, Emily Sobolewski, Gabriel Say ,Hailey Palala, Hayden Tanabe, Hnin Yadanar, Irene Chang, Isabella Eliason, Jackson DeFreest, Jennifer Chin, Jonathan Ting, Jordan Kawashiri, Jordan Zuniga, Julia Guillen, Kelly Gentry, Lani Ginoza, Luciana Witowski, Maliek Reed, Maliyah Cullars, Mason Higginbotham, Matthew Muller, Megan Ligas, Meleana Coito, Michelle Hahn, Mikala Vassallo, Omri Mcelroy, Paula Markow, Pauline Valdez, Riley Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe, Sagar Patel, San Myat Htet, Scott Raine-King, Stephan Muccular, Takeko Horiuchi, Tali Rupp, Talia Caya, Tara Meregillano, Victor Diaz and Zachary Bishkin.

DELTA SIGMA THETA Kiana Gums, Megan Trudo, Nhandi Scott and Ravynne Staine.

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Dorfman, Samuel 354 Dorling, Numa 216, 343, 351, 353 Dorsky, Celine Alvarado 335 Dorsky, Daniel 333 Dorton, Aliya Doty, Madisen 326, 331 Doucette, Carlie Doud, Emma 323 Dougherty, Melissa 216, 336, 357, 361 Douglas, Katherine Doumet, Beatrice Douthit, David 350 Dovzhenko, Aleksandr Downey, Alondra 331 Dozier, Jonathan Dozier, Kyle 322 Drabkin, Elisabeth Draper, Dennis W. 315 Draper, MacKenna DREAMers 5 Drewe, Mackenzie 318, 345 Drexler, Delaney Dreyer, Vernon Dreyfuss, Alexandra Dringman, Tiffany 138, 340, 341 Dringman, Tippy 326 Drolshagen, Helena 216, 319 Dropsy, Isabella Drummond, Taran Drury, Luke 333 Dryden, Robert 342 Dryden, Wally 350 Duarte, Adan Duarte, Kimberly Duarte, Michelle DuBay, William 356 DuBose, Destinee 334, 351 DuBose, Nina 340 Ducar, Ryan 322, 334 Dudek, Kate 105, 329 Duderstadt, Victoria Duenas, Izabel 321, 326, 327, 352 Duffy, Nora Duffy, Patrick

Duhalde, Tomas Du, Jingyuan 216 Du, Junyi Dulak, Alexander 137, 216, 360 Du, Landon 333 Dulgeroff, Scott Dumbadse, Ketino 319, 334 Duncan, Thomas 349 Dunivin, Julianna Dunn, Emma 318 Dunoguez, Lisette Nicole 216, 290 Duong-Le, Kevin 333 Duplantier, Brooke 192, 334, 349, 360 Dupler, Alice Walker Dural, Destina Dural, Su 336, 340 Durand, Giselle 319, 328, 349 Duran, Macie Durkan, Abagail 216, 318, 336, 354 Durkan, Deirdre 216,318, 354 Durkan-Simonds, Abagail Durkan-Simonds, Deirdre 350 Durling, Alyssa DuRoff, Courtney Duron, Dominique Duronslet III, Raymond 320 Duronslet, Raymond Dussen, David Vander 346 Dutkiewicz, Kent 216 Dy, Jashley 340 Dy, Jessica Ashley 333, 336, 344 Dyke, John Van Dzul, Charity 216, 329

Ee Eagan, Lauren 216, 290, 349, 350, 355 Eason, Jack Easter, Destiny

Eastwood, Morgan 216 Eaton, Abigail Eaton, Jalyn 329, 336 Eberhardt, Liam 322 Ebers, Emma-Rose 152, 340 Ebersole, Gillian 347 Ebert, Gregory Ebner, Keaton 342 ECO Students 331 Edmiston, Tyler 333 Edmonson, Christa 216 Edra, Joshua 216, 309 Edwards, Allison 216, 318 Edwards, Catherine 216 Edwards, Enya 216, 324 Edwards, Jonathan 334, 342 Edwards, Rachel 327 Edwards, Tara 59 Egan, Richard Egekeze, Carolyn 324, 326, 338, 346, 348, 362 Egelske, Justin 335 Egelske, Rachel Eglinton, Clark 216, 329 Eguia, Mikko 110, 340, 359, 360 Ehlers, Kyra Ehrhard, Adelina Eichelberger, Alyce-Faye 361 Eidam, Hope Eidel, John Eisenberg, Matthew Eisner, Elizabeth 358 Eitan, Dana Eitel, George 355 Eka, Alexis 319 Eldridge, Madison El Espejo Mentoring Program 90, 332 Elgabalawy, Bilal El-Halees, Hashim Elia, Mark Eliason, Isabella 216,330 Elizondo, Gabriel Elkenani, Buddha 342 Ellena, Brandi 216 Ellie Martin 359

Elliott, Madison Ellis, Daniel Ellis, Jarrett Ellis, Peach Elmes, Riley 172, 335 Elmore, Devon 324, 339, 346, 348, 349, 352 Elmurib, Sean 354 El-Saoud, Sandra 216 Elson, Ryan Elton, Sally 216, 318, 356 Emergency Medical Services 332 Emerson, Silas Emily Shane Club 332 Emmanuel, Senay 320, 331 Emnace, Noelani 362 Empowerment and Recognition 351 Emrani, Ashley 217 Emslie, Allison 217, 342 Encina, Eduardo 345 Encinales, Carlos Encinales, Dan 350 Enciso, Robert Engel, Brandon Engerman, Gabrielle , 26 Engineering for Humanity 333 Englert, Delaney 123, 331 English, Maren 317, 319, 328, 329 Engs, Stuart Ennis, Patrick 326, 340, 355 Enriquez, Eva 329 Enriquez, Louie Enriquez, Nathaniel 217, 320 Entrepreneurship Society 333 Epps, Shaniya 320 Epsilon-Delta Chapter 362 Epstein, Blaire 217, 350 Ercilla, Natalie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Erdman, Spencer 322 Erica, Velencia 217 Erickson, Lee 356 Erps, James D. 312 Erquiaga, Nina 350, 356

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Erves, Emily 318, 326, 351, 365 Escalante, Tomas 343 Escamilla, Adan Escamilla, Analisa 217 Esclamado, Alex 340, 352 Escobar, Anthony 217, 329, 339, 353 Escobar, Giovanny 342 Escobar, Samantha Escobar, Samira 217 Esguerra, Gabriel 217 Eskridge, Dylan Esmaeili, Sara Espana, Anthony 318 Esparza, Saudy Moreno Esparza-Villarreal, Cassandra 353 Espérer Service organization 120, 188, 333 Espiritu, Katrina 287 Espitia, Laura eSports 333 Esquerra, Trevin Esquivel, Alicia 217, 320, 333, 361 Es-Said, Mona 217 Es-Said, Salim Essa, Jasem Bin Essa, Mohammed 217 Essa, Zainah Ben 208 Essche, Amelia van 355, 356 Essche, Van Esteves, Sofia 325 Estrada, Andrea Lopez Estrada, Branden 327, 359 Estrada, Erick 217, 350 Estrada, Jane Estrada, Melissa 217 Estrada, Tatiana 346, 350 Esuola, Justina 217, 344, 346 Etten, Adriel Van Eustaquio, Aaron Evangelatos, William Evans, Claudia 325 Evans, Colin 217 Evans, Jennifer 333

Evans, Paige Evaristo, Marcella Everakes, Julie 26, 327, 336, 353 Evers, Riley 361 Experra, Trevin 322 Ezquerro, Yolanda Ezzatian, Jasmine

Ff Faasse, Martha 355 Fabregas, Karina 327, 329 Factor, Alexander 333 Fadawi, Dania Fahmy, Yasmina Fairtlough, Conor 353 Faison, Tyler 358 Fajardo, Rebecca Fakhimi, Nicole 318 Falaah, Aminah Falcon, Alexander 329 Falcon, Marc 345, 350 Fama, Lucia Fan, Tianyang Fang, Rowena 362 Fanous, Elizabeth 357, 361 Farah, Joat 217, 334 Farah, Leeban Farber, Kyle Farell, Alexandra 326 Farhadi, Aryana 217 Farland, Sophia Farley, Jill 217, 338, 356 Farley, Shane 217 Farley, Taylor 324, 326 Farmer, Alec Farnan, Rachel 340 Farquhar, Benton Farragher, Colleen Farrar, Tyler 354 Farrell, Alexandra 355 Farrell, Natalie 336 Farrell, Sean 217 Farrukh, Simrah Fashion Society 333

Faust, Nathan 324 Fay, Elizabeth Fazio, Amanda 331 Feed the Hungry 20 Feghali, Mariah Fehlau, Joyce Fehlen, Kyle Feldhaus, Nikolas 342 Felke, Thomas 345, 354 Fellner, Elizabeth 319 Fembleaux, Jared 329 Feng, Justin 336 Feng, Rowena Fenmore, Nicole 217, 318, 333 Fennell, Joshua Fenster, Alexis 350 Ferdows, Mitra 217 Fernandes, Rommel 335 Fernandes Inácio, Soraya 217 Fernandez, Cesar 217 Fernandez, Devin Fernandez, Nicole 217 Fernandez-Bayan, Aezon 340 Fernandez-Luna, Noemi 346 Fernandezees, Cardinal Ferrari, Christopher 333, 355 Ferraro, Christina 217, 275, 340 Ferraro, Juliana 44, 47, 147, 340, 362 Ferree, Thomas 217, 354 Ferrell, Noah 326, 333 Ferrin, Courtney Ferris, McKayla 323 Fiacco, Jaclyn 326, 356 Fiechtner, Christian 354 Fielding, Andrew 333 Fields, Avionna Figueroa, Suleimy 333, 357 Filhanessian, Alena 320 Filler, Alexia 340, 348 Finance Society 334 Finck, Liam 218, 333, 354 Finie, Alexandria

Finister, Cherrell Fink, Ethan Fink, Jennifer 331, 348 Fink, McKenzie 338 Finkelnburg, Mark 322 Finton, Alice Fiouzi, Kianna First Year Retreat 35 Fischer, Aubrey 218, 257, 319, 342, 351 Fischer, William 218, 354 Fishback, Megan 329 Fishbane, Caroline Fisher, Jade 326 Fishman, Shiri Fitzpatrick, Alexandria Fitzpatrick, Olivia Fitzpatrick, Zachary 321, 341 Flaherty, Colin Flaherty, James Flanagan, Demarko 359 Flanagan, Taylor Flanders, Declan Flax, Godfrey 218, 319, 328 Fleming, Brianna 350 Fleming, Thomas O. 313 Flenoy, Cierra 218 Fletcher, Haley 357 Fletcher, Melissa 329 Fleury, Cameron Flint, Bridgette Flocas, Niki 151, 218, 340 Flora, Annie 319, 356 Florentini, Florentini 218 Florer, Miranda 87, 218, 278, 319 Flores, Alma 346 Flores, Brian Flores, Emilio Flores, Juan Flores, Kayla Flores, Maddison 173, 357 Flores, Nathaniel 324 Flores, Samantha Flores, Sky 359, 364 Florin, Maya 345 Flowers, Aliyah 218, 324, 339, 341

DELTA ZETA Acacia Wagoner, Alanna Quinn, Alex Irby, Alexandra Meedk, Ali Ingrey, Alisa Gonzales, Amanda Fazio, Amanda Nahin, Angela Abarquez, Anna Carothers, Anna Savage, Anna Yager, Annie Barker, Arielle Green, Ashley Fruth, Avery Dillon, Becca Cordier, Bryana Yarborough, Caitie deLaroche, Carlyn Morones, Courtney Quinn, Delaney Englert, Delaney Malm, Emily Schukai, Emma Strand, Emma Yee, Eunice Gonzalez, Gaia Shoham, Grace Villa, Grace Wrobleski, Haley Schlicht, Hannah Lyford, Harveen Sekhon, Hayley Hart, Izzy Gonzalez, Jamie Kolbrenner, Jamie Oseas, Jennifer Fink, Jillian Pennington, Julia Silvey, Kaleigh Clougher, Katherine Hanover, Katherine Krol, Kelli Nagasawa, Kellie Miller, Kelsey Ito, Kendall Miller, Kim Caltagirone, Kimberly Klustner, Kira Jatoft, Krista Morales, Lauren Pritting, Lauren Rowland, Lauren Torres, Lilly Young, Lindsay Angeli, Maddie Bryan, Maddy Doty, Maggie Frei, Makena Cecil, Marie Smith, Marina Babigian, Maya Lee, Meg Sillivos, Megan Daggett, Megan Davis, Megan Glendinning, Megan Herbert, Megan Pepi, Megan Rankin, Meleana Coito, Melissa Herrera, Melissa Reese, Meredith Sesito, Mia Calhoun Mummert, Michelle Hahn, Monica De Jesu, Natalie Stainton, Nathalie Giller, Nikki Noori, Nina Safi, Olivia Oreskovich, Rachel Askenazi, Raegen Valdes, Reanna Khimani, Riley Higgins, Sabrina Leung, Sahra Sajasi, Sarah Defors, Sarah DeLuca, Sarah Pardi, Shannon Tormey, Sierra Singer, Sophie Lewis, Sydnee Templer, Taylor Mercado, Tenika Smith, Tiffany Lum, Victoria Perez and Yasmin Hellman.

ECO STUDENTS Adrian Gonzalez, Albina Ramalho, Alexa Neary, Alexandra O’Hara, Alexis Lucas, Alfredo Covarrubias Zepeda, Alice Tiffany, Alina Sargsyan, Alison Huntley, Alondra Downey, Amelia Balducci, Ammy Rojas, Amy Alverson, Andy Perez-Calderon, Anna Barry, Annalise Gehling, Antonella Doblanovic, April Martin-Hansen, Ara Akarakian, Arden Sanchez, Arika Sypolt, Asa Allegra-Berger, Breelyn Betts, Brenda Hernandez, Bretta Lichtenwalner, Brian Treanor, Brice Catalano, Bruna Correa da Silva Affonso Amaral, Cecille Forsyth Rios, Charlotte Cheng, Charlye Sweeney, Christina Garcia, Christopher Franco, Claire Barthelemy, Claire Donohue, Clara Cabrera, Connor Cusi-Asquith, Danica DeForest, Elito Melamed, Elizabeth Guhl, Emilee Smith, Emily Simso, Emma Abdoo, Emma Gibson, Eric Rios, Eric Robinson, Erica Brown, F. Nicole Alaverdian, Fatima Beck, Gisselle Brambila,Helen Avies, Isabella Powers, Jack Weil, Jacqueline Cherry, Jamie Burkhard, Jamie Higa, Jarrod Kleya, Joanna Colasanto, John Lopez, Julia Horton, Julia Williams, Kaitlyn Clark, Karen Wang, Karina Alvarez, Kassanda Cuellar, Kiana Karimi, Kyle Friedler, Kyle Wilson, Laurel Mooney, Lauren Holloway, Lawrence Gorney, Lian Weller, Lindsey Gartner, Lucas Capestany, Lucille Bell, Madison Matsumoto, Marena Trujilo, Mary O’Neal, Maya Dahlke, Maya Pegler-Gordon,Maz Fung, Megan Castillo, Megan West, Micah Jordan, Nathaniel Salvini, Nicholas Hanson, Nicole Powell, Olivia Schlosstein, Paloma Jacome-Bramkamp, Rebecca Davenport, Ryan Manning, Sabrina Colet-Ruiz, Samantha Larmon, Sami Jalel, Sarah McKenzie, Savannah Redfern, Sean Richards, Seney Emmanuel, Sergio Hernandez, Shannon Link, Sharon Nat, Sophia Giessel, Stephen Board, Sydney Lake, Taleene Armen, Taylor Martin, Taylor Woolstenhulme, Thomas Richmond, Timothy Vassallo, Traci Voyles, William Lighthard, YeonHee Choi and Zain Rafiq.

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EL ESPEJO MENTORING PROGRAM Alejandra Vasquez, Allison Chan, Angel Vazquez, Antonia Garcia, Isabella Powers, Larissa Ramirez and Noemi Fernandez Luna.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Alexandria Scaltrito, Brian Hizon, Cara Buenaventura, Charlotte Starling, Emma Jones, Cami Ruiz, Gabby Burns, Hannah Christensen-Levy, Josh Ramsey, Katie Wright, Maddie Davis, Makala Conner, Nick Smith, Nico Noriega, Ryan McCully, Sage Ben-David, Samir Seshadri and Viviane Nguyen.

EMILY SHANE CLUB Alison Ingrey, Bri Absalon, Catherine Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill, Erick Carranza, Lauren Lindsey, Maddy Arnold, Mikaela Gegely, Sarah Chabin, Shaye Gill and Tahirih Toche.

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Floyd, Faith Fluharty, Samantha Flying Lions 334 Flynn, Brendan Flynn, John Folan, Shannon 327, 353 Foley, Jack 348, 360 Foley, John Foley, Mark 333 Fonfa, Haley Fong, Jessica 329 Fong, Michelle 218, 340, 352 Fong, Nicole 218, 319 Fontaine, Alexandra Fontain, Lexi 336 Foody, Devon 342 Foote, Catherine 327 Foote, Madison 131, 340 Ford, Chloe Ford, Cynthia 218 Ford, Elyse 218, 349 Ford, Katherine Forest, Emily 113, 218, 329, 358 Forget, Laurine 336, 348 Formoso, Dominique 333 Forsyth Rios, Cecille 319 Forthofer, Emma Fortuna, Yemima Foss, Calvin 353 Foster, George Foster, Joseph Fouch, Jessica Fountain, Anne 353, 359 Fourcand, Kristopher 356 Fox, Ashley Fox, Megan Foy, Andrew 129 Fraipont, William John 338, 349 Franca, Nash 353 Franciosi Ortiz Filho, Juarez Francis, Angela 218 Francis, Katherine 218, 296, 318 Francl, Anne 218 Franco, Andrea Franco, Christopher 331

Franco, Giovanni Di 345 Franco, Ivonne Franco, Jacob Franco, Paola 218, 329 Franco, Samantha 218, 333, 346, 354 Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering 315 Fransiscus, Anthonius 218 Frantsen, Pavel 358 Frasso, Nicholas Frazee, Ryan Frazier, Allyson 340 Frederick, Kaitlin Fredlund, Christopher 117, 327 Freeman, Blake 354 Freeman, Ciara 326 Freeman, Nashamah Frei, Margaret 331 Freiburghouse, John 340 Freire, Christian Frelinger, Elizabeth French Club 334 French, Mollie 350 Frenkel, Monique 329 Freschet, Dominic 322 Fretz, Bobby 354 Fretz, Brendan 334 Frey, Alexis 356, 359 Freygang, Marley 218, 340, 345 Fridhi, Samir Friedler, Kyle 327, 331 Frierson, Patrick 218, 324 Frisz, Sarah 218, 324 Fritz, Alexandra 270 Frize, Delaney 350 Froderman, Bryan 342 Frontiera, Patrick 313 Frost, Jeffrey Frost, Michelle 87, 218, 319 Fruth, Ashley 331, 345 Fry, Lindsey 326, 327 Fu, Brandon Fuentes, Joshua 320 Fugere, Ludovic

Fujioka, Ethan Fukawa, Caroline 218, 336 Fukui, Quentin Fukuji, Darlene 333 Fukushima, Rie 218, 337 Fulco, Fr. William 354 Fulcomer, Jessica 336 Fuller, Jacob Fuller, Kaitlyn Funches, Nick 354 Funes, Estefani Miranda Fung, Max 331 Fung, Samantha 218 Funk, Erin 218, 319, 337 Funtanilla, Noelle 219, 340 Fuqua, Caroline 326 Fuster, Joaquin Fuster, Linda

Gg Gabbai, Theodore Gabbani, Rahaf Gabor, Jessica 219, 350 Gadbois, Grant 219, 255, 342 Gaffey, Mark 354 Gaffney, Rynier Gage, Ariane Gage, Taylor 345 Gaglione, Nicole Gaines, Phillip Gaisina, Sofiya 361 Gaistman, Jeanette 319 Galajan, Christina 219, 320 Galang, Laura Isabel 333 Galan, Miranda Gallagher, Margaret 323 Gallagher Poehls, Caroline 219 Gallagher, Rena Gallardo, Mario A. 219, 349 Gallardo, Ricardo Jurado Gallop, Andrew 353 Galowich, Jenna Galustian, Alec 320, 342 Galvez, Jacquelyn 113, 150,

329, 349 Galvin, Christian 219 Galvin, Gina 329 Gamba, Agostino 354 Gamba, Natalia Gambetta, Grant Gamero, Madeline 219, 319 Gan, Bianca A. 219, 277 Gandhi, Kris 352 Gao, Alexandre 324 Gao, Isadora 326, 327, 336 Gao, Yijia Gao, Yixin Garabet, Briana Gara, Casey Garberg, Gail Garcia, Alexys 219, 346 Garcia, Antonia 219, 332 Garcia, Armando 326, 345 Garcia, Brandon Garcia, Christian J. 349 Garcia, Christina 331, 341 Garcia, Cynthia 219, 266, 319, 336, 346 Garcia, Danielle 343 Garcia, Elena 318, 319, 328, 338, 358, 359, 362, 371 Garcia, Jacquelynne 325, 340, 341, 354 Garcia, Jenica Rose Garcia, Jose 219, 320, 333, 343, 352 Garcia, Joseph 326, 327 Garcia, Leonardo 341 Garcia, Lorena 333 Garcia, Luis 321, 341 Garcia, Natalie Garcia-Totzauerova, Karolina Garcia, Tyler Gardner, Bailey Gardner, Bryson Gardner, Emily 219, 319, 327, 336, 342 Garfinkle, Mark 318 Garibay, Alma 327 Garofalo, Kate 326, 352 Garraway, Keyshawn 137,

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219, 327 Garrison, Claire 219, 329 Garrison-Engbrecht, Anthony J. 358 Garrity, Karlie 320, 357 Gartner, Lindsey 319, 331 Gascoigne, Harry Gasiorowski, Anna 361 Gaskin, Christeon 324, 355 Gaskin, Kayla-Marie 137 Gaspardone, Jacopo 219, 342 Gassner, Alexandra 219, 340 Gatlin, Christian 355 Gatus, Jose Inigo 358 Gautama, Winston 333 Gavia, Alex 354 Gawartin, Jerry Gaw, Isadora 365 Gaydos, Matthew 345, 350 Gaynard, Maria 219, 336 Gaytan, Mia 353 Gazzaz, Jude 323 Geasa, Joseph 354 Geeza, Christopher 338 Gegelman, Sage 334 Gegelys, Mikaela 332, 333, 336 Gehling, Annalise 331 Geier, Samantha 219, 327, 349 Geiger, Monica 320, 329 Geivett, Tyler 371 Gelbart, Adam Gelinas, Emma Gelis, Michael Gelmini, Courtney 328 Gempler, Cassidy 219, 318, 341, 347 Gencarella, Gianna Gencarella, Jared 343, 345 Gender-Sexuality Alliance 335 Genenfeld, Kseniia Gentry, Kelly 330 Gentry, Seville George, Thomas

Georgiou, Elpida 325 Gerber, Melissa 346 Gerdts, Eric Gerstein, Brian Geyen, Darien 325 Ge, Yutong Ghanem, Mohammad Al Ghirnikar, Samet Ghodsbin, Yasamin 219 Ghosh, Aidan 357 Ghreiwati, Khaled Ghreiwati, Omar Giacalone, Nicola 356 Giacose, Lana Giandhi, Allegra 219, 339 Gibbs, Michael Gibney, Liam Gibson, Drew 219, 269, 329 Gibson, Emma 71, 331 Gibson, Patrick 117, 327 Gibson, Samuel 333 Gierhart, Reilly 360 Giessel, Sophia 331, 353 Gilbert, Madeline Gilbert, Mia 329 Gilbert, Miranda Gilbert, Reece 361 Gillan, Emerson Giller, Nathalie 331 Gillespie, Caroline 165, 319, 328 Gillespie, Jayden 325 Gill, Kayla 318 Gillman, Jacob Gill, Shaye 332, 352, 355 Gilmartin, Brian 145 Gilmore, Cierra Gilmore, Hannah Gimenez, Stephanie 219, 350 Gimpel, Jacob 327, 343 Gingrey-Osborne, Mikayla 326, 339, 352, 365 Ginoza, Lani 329, 330, 333, 340 Giorgi, Megan 326 Gipson, Chelsey 184, 85

ENGINEERING FOR HUMANITY Aaishat Indigo, Aaron Radulski, Adam Betancourt, Alex Isaev, Alicia Esquivel, Ally Davis, Anna Hodgson, Armaan Zare, Arman Akhenaton, Dario Gutierrez, David Valencia, Elizabeth Horejsi, Enrico Sala, Gabby Torres, Jacob Orlita, Jared Swenson, Jimmy Vivar, Jose Garcia, Loren Johnson, Luca Basilone, Meghanne Clark, Miki Kasaka, Mirella Davis, Nicholas Breceda, Nicholas Ramos, Owen Bernard, Raven Odian, Sarah Lanzner, Shannon Lee, Shonnu Ba Thaung, Valeria Ceja, Will Hohorst and William Ye Thura Hein.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP SOCIETY Aaron Wong, Abigail Goh, Alejandro Romano, Alex Lee, Alexander Factor, Alexander Thompson, Alfredo Covarrubias Zepeda, Alicia Mock, Alina Sargsyan, Alok Bahri, Amanda Gordon, Amanda Meegan, Amir Tahmassebi, Andre Husada, Andrew Fielding, Angelica Wesslander, Anthony Lopez, Anthony Puterman, Antoine Martel, Arman Bet-yonan, Armando Royal, Aspen Anderson, Aye Myat Moe Moe, Breanna Clapp, Brenda Hernandez, Brenner Nathan, Briana Letica, Brianna Berkhout, Cameron Greig, Caroline Hammer, Catherine Bautista, Channing O’Neill, Cheryl Crystal Chiquita, Christopher Green, Christopher Hartman, Cooper LaRhette, Cori Rooney, Cristina Trevino, Darlene Fukuji, Davide Donzella, Deekshitha Divyendar, Derek Matthews, Devyn Jackson, Dominique Formoso, Douglas Sullivan, Eli Shillinger, Elliot Britt, Emanuel Di Stasio, Emeraldo Ali, Emilyn Cahn, Emma Platter, Emmanuel Joseph Talusan, Enrico Wirawan, Eric Robinson, Ethan Shirian, Fabio Cabezas, Federico Israel, Felicia Thiodores, Fosse Lin-Bianco, Gabriela Cordero, Gabrielle Wilson, Gerald Scullin, Hailey Lederer, Haley Bulen, Hayato Hori, Ira Tio, Isabel Barbosa, Jack Halloran, Jacob Wymetalek, Jake Tannenbaum, Jake Tanner, James Reaves, James Souverein, Jared Maxey, Jason D’Mello, Jason Rastegar, Jason Wong, Jason Wong, Jay Seo, Jennifer Evans, Jessica Bradford, Jessica Lee, Jessica Perez, Jessica Ashley Dy, Jessy Awramko, John Andrikos, Jon Raymundo, Jose Garcia, Joseph Screen, Joseph Wakeman, Joshua DeLucia, Joshua Lee, Joshua Yohan, Julia Guillen, Julien Tai-Beauchamp, Jung Hoon Lee, Justin DeMesa, Kalynn Morano, Kevin Duong-Le, Kevin Hayden, Kevin Tjhung, Kha Lu, Kyoungmok Kim, Lani Ginoza, Lauren Kenes, Lauren Mabuni, Leah Sullivan, Leonid Vlasov, Liam Finck, Lindsay Angeli, Logan Marquez, Lorena Garcia, Lucas Capestany, Luke Drury, Marcus Alburez Myers, Marissa Anne Andres, Martin Cabatic, Matthew Stein, Matthew Tejada, Maylon Day, Megan Ligas, Melanie Sherman, Michael Adelson, Michael Busse, Michael James Lhuillier, Michelle Djie, Mikeala Neininger, Miles Guerrero, Morgan Wilkins, Natalia Dibbern, Nathan Lee, Nathan Ung, Nicholas Wilcox, Nicole Fenmore, Nitesh Nagesh, Noel Rabina, Nydia De La Cruz, Paola Santana, Peter Haddoub, Robert Bitton, Rohan Bramhe, Roland Nilarp, Ron Rishagen, Ryan Olarte, Ryan Steffens, Sami Kabbani, Samuel Cassidy, Savannah Bigley, Scott Raine-King, Seamus McMorrow, Sean Richards, Sheena Kapadia, Simon Brauner, Skylar Kaufeldt-Lira, Sophie Callaway, Sophie Kaslow, Summer Taylor, Sydney Strabala, Talisha Quinta, Thomas Boguess, Tonya Parish, Travis Matsuzaki, Troy Young, Tyler Ilunga, Tyler John Magcase, Vichida Vongvanij, Walker Abeyta, William Brown, William Schoenecker, William Trexler, Winston Gautama, Yuen Sum Yim and Zachary Van Ysseldyk.

ESPÉRER SERVICE ORGANIZATION Alejandra Loperena, Alexandra Kirby, Alexis Jimenez, Alexxa Melendez, Arielle Green, Bereniz Montelongo, Breanne Schneider, Carolyn Strossman, Ciara Osorno, Daniella Rojas Castro, Elizabeth Guhl, Emely Morales, Haley Dapkus, Jacquelin Plascencia, Kimberly Martina Reyes, Laura Galang, Laura Zeidman, Laurel Mooney, Maureene Malabanan, Mia McNeil, Michelle Quintero, Noppasorn Cheng, Patricia Gutierrez, Rachel Rosenfeld, Sabrina Sandoval, Samantha Franco, Samantha Larmon, Sarah Shapiro, Victoria Heller and Yue Wang.

ESPORTS Aaron Abeson, Aison King, Alejandro Zapata, Andrew Luker, Annie Becker, Anthony Alvarado, Anthony Nisich, Ben Davis, Brian Joerger, Christopher Ferrari, Connor Johnson, Daniel Dorsky, David Miranda, David Ramirez, David Young, Forrest Spoon, Hunter Hohfeld, Jackson Markgraf, Jake Jobe, Jake Weissman, Jason Asabere, Jason Tjandra, Jeffrey Solis, Jen Shin, Jigar Swaminarayan, Joey Littaua, Joey Nimmers-Minor, John Lee, John Nevill, Jojo Tu, Justin Kyle Torres, Kallen Klum, Kathryn Cole, Kevin Patterson, Kyle Schoener, Kyle Spigelman, Landon Du, Logan Marquez, Malcolm Kam, Marc Takahashi, Mark Foley, Marrisa Cheng, Matthew Yee, Melody Chen, Michael Meris, Mikey Sanger, Nadia Watts, Nico Marino, Noah Ferrell, Parker Charles, Raymond Law, Rebecca Delacruz, Remzi Hazboun, Ryan Apolonio, Sam Gibson, Sean Khansari, Surui Guo, Taylor Woolstenhulme, Teddy Chu, Tommy Boguess, Tyler Edmiston and Will Reister.

FASHION SOCIETY Aaliyah Wilson, Allie Quintero, Amanda Gordon, Annika Thompson, Aya Diaz, Brice Catalano, Caroline Keane, Carter Boyle, Christina (Teixu) Nwabuzoh, Emilee Smith, Emily Bird, Emma King, Irene Qazi, Jade Tinio, Jana Jones, Jessica Bond, Karina Cairo, Kaya Newtone, Megan Trudo, Mikaela Gegelys, Nick Tarricone, Nishika Khubchandani, Sarah Appelqvist, Shani Hogan, Shivan Smith, Stephen Sarkisian, Suleimy Figeroa and Taryn Ungaro.

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Gipson, Donald 322 Giron, Athena 340 Gironda, Michelle 219, 318 Girvin, Timothy 219 Gi, Sharon 219 Giuntini, Stephen 220, 324 Gladney, Sydney Gladysz, Caitlyn Glafkides, Connor 342 Glafkides, Constantine Glasgow, Elise 220 Glassberg, Jessica 318 Glassman, Benjamin 220 Gleason, Zachary 220, 364 Glendinning, Megan 220, 320, 331, 349 Glenn, Mariah 327 Glick, Danielle Glidewell, Tessa

FINANCE SOCIETY Adam Lyons, Amber Webb, Andrew Dignum, Andrew Sawyer, Andrew Willis, Andrew Wu, Andy Spangenberg, Avni Nadar, Bianca Dietiker, Brittany Amber, Christian Lum, Eric Barker, Eric Cheng, Eric Steger, Huani Yang, Indah Putri, Isabel Padilla, Jackson Tave, James Penner, Jason Rastegar, Jessica Purnell, Joat Farah, Jon Edwards, Jordan Au, Jordyn Reilly, Joseph Rodgers, Judith Bravo, Justin Sandhu, Ketino Dumbadse, Lauryn Sanchez, Maliek Reed, Marouane Samir, Mason Higginbotham, Matthew Lorenz, Maximilan Okrasa, Natalie Waite, Nicola Kundanmal, Nicole Millado, Ruby Kaushal, Ryan Ducar, Sage Gegelman, Sara Blagojevich, Sean Hsu, Sean Khansari, Shane Penner, Silvia Ji, Simran Bal, Tareq Alfaozan, Tenika Smith, Thomas Matthews, Violet Bullock, Will Sitzman and William Herzl.

FLYING LIONS Aimee Bruening, Austin Boyle, Brendan Barberides, Brendan Fretz, Clayton Wikoff, Daniel Oh, John Hardy, Marc Sunga, Mario Cifuentes, Miliano Mikol, Victoria Heller and Xavier Herrera.

FRENCH CLUB Agatha Keeley, Azzah Buyabes, Brooke Duplantier, Destinee DuBose, Diana Castillo, Grant Kelly, Joel DeMay, Lena Koumetz, Mariano Aloiso, Nina Yustiarti, Qutaiba Buyabes, Rainey Lynch, Robert Kinsfather, Ruby Thomason and Sierra Clair.

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Glinski, Mason 335 Glosser, Christian 354 Gloudeman, Stephen 220, 327, 355 Glushneva, Anastasiia 355 Goad, Abigail Marie 220, 318, 349 Goble, Madison Godby, Natalie 329, 336 Goddard, Matthew 345 Godoy, Michael 355 Goeckner-Zoeller, Tyler 338 Goell, Hayley 163, 360 Goff, Nicholas Goh, Danielle 333, 345 Golacinski, Katherine 220, 319 Goldberg, Jeremy 324, 362 Goldberg, Kayla Goldberg, Maleah Golden, Alexander 325, 354 Golden, Christian 354, 362 Gold, Matthew Goldstein, Alexa Goldstein, Brianna 319 Goldstein, Zachary 220, 349, 354, 355

Goldstone, Emily Golf, Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 29, 172 Golombek, Alan 346 Golubinskiy, Arkadiy Gomez, Andrea Gomez, Antonio Gomez, Mariajose 220, 327, 336 Gomez, Nicolas 220, 324, 343 Gomez, Ruth 85, 220, 346, 354 Gomez, Val 326 Gomez, Vanessa 147, 329, 362, 371 Goncalves, Lara 328, 336 Gong, Daniel 362 Gonzales, Alisa 220, 331 Gonzales, Jayzee 150, 318, 340 Gonzales, Jessica 220 Gonzalez, Jose Gonzales, Katherine 350 Gonzalez, Adrian 331 Gonzalez, Alanis 155, 220, 316, 343, 346, 354 Gonzalez, Andrea 357 Gonzalez, Andrew 220, 341 Gonzalez-Andrieu, Cecilia 23, 161 Gonzalez Cabrera, Lucia 220 GonzĂĄlez, Deena 313 Gonzalez, Desiree 359, 362 Gonzalez, Eunice 326, 331, 336 Gonzalez, Everardo 355 Gonzalez, Facundo 220, 319, 326, 343, 345, 362 Gonzalez, Gabriela 337, 357 Gonzalez, Isabel 331, 346 Gonzalez, Jessica 343 Gonzalez, Juliet 329 Gonzalez, Katherine 340 Gonzalez, Lucia 346 Gonzalez, Marisol Gonzalez, Matthew Gonzalez-Murphy, Brendan

Gonzalez Russi, Stefania 220 Gonzalez-Smith, Leonardo 352, 355, 362 Gonzalez-Vega, Andres Goocher, John Goodall, Brianna 324, 359 Gooden, Matthew 142, 320, 356, 359 Goodman, Spencer 322 Goodnow, John Goodrich, Maxwell 308 Goodwin, Ash 371 Goodwin, Elexis Goodwin, Jane 340 Goodyear, Samantha 326 Gopstein, Daniel 321 Gordon, Amanda 333 Gordon, Desirae 220 Gordon, Kylonni Gorgulu, Elif Gorman, Joseph 327, 338 Gorney, Lawrence 331, 341, 345 Goulart, Sarah 350 Gow, Francis 220 Gozey, Nunya 326 Grace, Jonathan 326 Graduate Students at LMU 335 Grady, Connor Gragg, Alexandria Graham, Rebecca 220, 329 Graham, Scottie 220, 322 Grainger, Carolynn 350 Granados, Alanna 324, 326, 350, 358, 359 Granatelli, Robert 324 Granger, Victoria Granich, Claire 352 Grant, Brian L. 220, 320, 324, 343 Grant, Julia Grasso, Sebastian Graul, Sydney 352 Gray, Cameron 221, 345 Gray, Helena Gray, Kameron

Gray, Mason 329, 343 Gray, Maya Gray, Morgan Gray, Trevor Greek Light 336 Green, Alexandra 326, 347 Green, Arielle 331, 333 Green, Christopher 333 Green, Conor 353 Green, Dalton 221, 351 Greenfield, Amanda 327 Green, Gabby 323 Green, Kasem 221, 338, 345 Green LMU 70 Green, Malachi 346 Green, Mallie 324 Green, Melissa 138, 146, 221, 319, 328 Greger, Adam 329, 346 Gregory, Sage Greig, Cameron 333 Gremillion, Isabelle 329, 358 Gresback, Luke 353 Gresham, Edward 87, 320, 354, 358 Grifferty, Joseph Griffin, Kira 324 Griffin, Tanner Griffith, Parker Grigg, Samantha Griggs, Jessica Griggs, Madison 355 Grimes, Nicole Grimmett, Branden 313 Griner, Kaitlin 319 Grinsell, Trevor 359 Grinsfelder, Airon Grip, Emily 336 Groom, Colby 350 Groos, James Grosse, Abbey 364 Grosvenor, Lindsay 221, 319 Grosvenor, Lizzy 326, 352 Grounds, John Grounds, Taylor 355 Groves, Sheriden 221, 270, 362, 371 Gruber, Madeleine

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Grumbo, Molly 357 Grundy, Camille Gryphon Circle Service Organization 32, 121, 157, 336 Guan, Melanie 318, 341 Guerra, Elizabeth Guerra, Emily 319 Guerra, Stephany 346 Guerrero, Anna Guerrero, Gaby 328 Guerrero, Jonathan 320, 322, 336, 343, 350, 357 Guerrero, Michael 221, 359 Guerrero, Miles 333 Guevara, Daniela Guevara, Luis Enrique 221, 286 Guhit, Rad Anton Concha 221, 297, 329, 345 Guhl, Elizabeth 319, 331, 333 Guhl, Matthew 105 Guilford, Dominique 328 Guilfoyle, Eilise 221, 326, 342, 343 Guillen, Julia 221, 320, 330, 333, 360 Guints, Richard 352, 353 Gulati, Arun 95, 205, 221, 324, 345 Gulati, Sarita 221, 343, 350 Gullifer, Danielle Gulumian, Harutun 221 Gumaer, Chase 358 Gumbo, Molly 359 Gums, Kiana 319, 324, 330 Gunadi, Patricia 329, 339 Gunst, Grant 320 Guo, Surui 329, 333 Gupta, Priyanka 27, 90, 346, 357 Gurka, Peter 327 Gurrola, Valeria 321, 343 Gusikoski, Lauren 319 Gutierrez, Adrian Gutierrez, Alyssa Gutierrez, Daniel 353 Gutierrez, Daniella 221

Gutierrez, Dario 320, 322, 324, 333, 343, 352, 355 Gutierrez, David 340 Gutierrez, Kaitlin 340 Gutierrez, Patricia 221, 333, 346 Gutierrez-Smith, Ryan Gutmann, Clayton 342 Guzman, Gregorio Jimenez

Hh Habtewolde, Bethlehem Ha, Catherine Thuy My Hacobian, Christina 350, 351, 355 Hada, Peter Haddad, Yazan Haddoub, Peter 333 Haden, Cullin 221, 354 Hadjarpour, Alexis Hadjikyriacou, Petros Hadley, Jessica 319 Haft, Alexis Hahn, Michelle 330, 331 Haik, Rachel 327, 348, 350 Hain, Oceanna Haire, Zachary Haitayan, Garo Hajeri, Abdulaziz Al Hakadinata, Isabella 221, 339 Hakimi, Yvette 221, 318, 360 Hakimpour, Sadaf Hakopyan, Talin Haley, Abrielle Halim, Kevin 355 Halim, Ryan 221, 339 Hall, Chloe 221, 309, 340 Haller, Abraham 362 Halligan, Robert 364 Hall, Kashi 338 Hall, Nathan Halloran, Jack 333, 353 Halsey 41 Halvorson, Henry 221 Hamada, Brian 221, 266, 354

Hamada, Bryson 330 Hamai, Taylor 221, 329 Hamamoto, Justina Hambly, Corey 350 Hamdja, Felicia 221 Hamidi, Cynthia 340 Hamilton, Blair 221, 340, 349 Hamilton, Denasia 352 Hamilton, Kevin 354 Hamilton, Sarah 85, 129, 353, 354 Hammad, Mariam Al Hammam, Abdelrahman Hammer, Caroline 318, 333 Hammer, Davis Hammers, Lily 335 Hammett, Victoria Hammond, Joseph 324 Hammond, Micaela 324 Hammouri-Davis, Ulu Remi Hampton, Kayla 221, 341, 347, 359, 365 Hamud, Abdull 327 Hamza, Abdelrahman 221, 346, 347 Hanafin, Brianne 319 Han, Brianna 222 Han, Bryan Hancock, Jack Handal, Arianna Boadla Handal, Raquel Handelsman, Samuel 340 Handianto, Ardo Handy, Simone 356 Haney, Steven 322 Han, Grace 222, 318 Hanley, Rachel 222, 318, 342, 349 Hanley, Rachel B. 293 Hannah Christensen-Levy 332 Hanover, Katherine 222, 331 Hansen, Greyson 222 Hansen, Madison 319, 328, 349 Hanson, Erin Hanson, Nicholas 331 Hanson, Nickolas 339

Hansson, Annelise Han Tao 336 Harari, Caroline 319, 342 Harbison, Jake 222, 295, 336 Harb, Michael 355 Hardesty, Monica 329 Hardin, Clifford 362 Hardy, John 326, 334, 365 Hardy, Madison 329 Harguindeguy, Jon Hariz, Shane 222 Harkey, Miani 222, 337, 345 Harman, Caitlin Haro, Guillermo 355 Haro, Leonardo De 346 Harpell, Taryn Harper, James 353 Harper, Lauren 324 Harper, Lauryn Harpole, Jason Harpole, Ryan 353 Harpstrite, Kiana 65, 222, 316, 364 Harrah, Hannah 222, 365 Harr, Elaina Harris, Bonnie 345 Harris, Jackson 354, 362 Harrison, Alec 345 Harrison, Grace Harrison, Katherine Harrison, Ola 355 Harrison, Parker Wiggins Harris, Paul 44 Harris, Rachel 350 Harris, Randolph Harris, Sabah 222 Harrop, Katerina 325, 329 Harshbarger, Courtney 354 Hartgens, Leah Hart, Hayley 331 Hart, Jaileah Hartman, Christopher 333, 355 Hartmann, Margaret 337, 340 Hart, Maxine 222 Hartnett, Ryan 350 Hartung, Erin 318

GENDER-SEXUALITY ALLIANCE Celine Alvarado. Daniel Dorsky, Guadalupe Diaz, Jenna Berlinberg, Lily Rose Hammers, Sam Cassidy, Walker Whitworth and Zach Dombrowick.

MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S GOLF (NCAA) Billy Pollock, Cameron Meeks, Justin Egelske, Mason Glinski, Matthew Carungay, Michael Mozilo, Nick Jan, Riley Elmes and Samuel Su.

GRADUATE STUDENTS AT LMU Agustin Arredondo, Aracely Lopez, Audrey Calma, Brittany Davis, Cheryl Wong, Christine Dennis, Clarice Ramirez, Gabriela Arana, Gary Shamoyan, Grace Paz, Hayley Voudouris, Jake Blicharz, Nicholas Islas, Nicole Mann, Rommel Fernandes, Sandie Valenzuela, Stephanie Vasquez and Susan Ruiz.

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GREEK LIGHT Alexandra Randazzo, Becca Cordier, Brooke Thompson, Daniel Juarez, Elizabeth Bromley, Emily Gardner, Emily Schukai, Eunice Gonzalez, Grace Villa, James Penner, John Selby, Kristen Burch, Mackenzie McElroy, Macy McKeegan, Meredith Richter, Nicole Bustamante, Sophia Scattaglia and Vanessa Cicchini.

GRYPHON CIRCLE SERVICE ORGANIZATION Abigail Sherlock, Allison Chan, Alyna Kim, Alyssa Reece, Amy Chan, Andrea Carvajal, Angela Cardamone, Brenda Dimaya, Cara Buenaventura, Caroline Fukawa, Chrystal Shek, Cynthia Garcia, Danielle Paul, Dion Dang, Elizabeth McCoy, Erkia Weiler, Gabriela Menashe, Jacqueline Martinez, Jane Chow, Jazmin Navato, Jennifer Chua, Kateri Milanesa, Kym Kanenaka, Madison Neumaier, Maggie Stamberger, Megan Hokama, Megan Ligas, Megan Masson, Melissa Dougherty, Micaela Plummer, Samantha Burton, Veronica Yepiz and Yasmine Sahid.

HAN TAO Abby Agodong, Alex Kwong, Alyssa Nishi, Andrew Narag, Audrey Wu, Aye Myat Moe Moe, Brenden Park, Bryan Ku, Calla Kelly Renda, Charisse Tanedo, Christopher Lau, Chrystal Shek, Cuong Pham, Dion Dang, Edenne Chen, Edward (Teddy) Hsia, Erin Ochikubo, Ethan Tsao, Eva Baudler, Grace He, Isabella Powers, Isadora Gao, Jake Harbison, Janine Watanabe, Jasmine Chen, Jessica Ashley Dy, Jin Kim, Jojo Tu, Jonathan Guerrero, Jonathan Santos, Jonathan Xiao, Jordan Kim, Josh Amurao, Juan Bernal, Justin Feng, Justin Tang, Karen Wang, Katie Yee, Kevin Chang, Laurel Mooney, Lee Lelapinyokul, Lian Weller, LyAnn Choi, Malcolm Kam, Mariajose Gomez, Marissa Yonamine, Martin Cabatic, Maxine Sakai, Megan Hokama, Megan Yip, Meher Jhangiani, Michael Yang, Nathan Ung, Nicholas Pilaud, Nicole Miro, Patrick Pozon, Peter Rafe, Rachel Nguyen, Raymond Wong, Rogers Li, Rowan Lee, Samantha Kim, Samanthia Chiu, Sarah Choi, Sean Hsu, Seann Lau, Su Dural, Thomas Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien, Veronica Tan, Vichida Vongvanij, Yi Ning Wong, Yoonseo Choi, Yuen Sum Yim and Zhou Yi Ming.

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HEAL LOS ANGELES Armando Royal, Claire Rodriguez, Daniela Nevare, Isabel Barbosa, John Muto, Lexi Fontain, Maria Gaynard, Prince Jackson, Sofia Pedraza, Stephen Kania, Sydnie Sanchez, Sydney White and Tygre Patchell-Evans.

HER CAMPUS LMU Abby Durkan, Agnes Millenia, Alik Yepremian, Alison Taplin, Allison Crawford, Anna Bybee, Anushka Tyagi, Ashley Rietmann, Beatrice Li, Carlie Doll, Cecille Forsyth Rios, Danielle Phillips, Donna Borges, Elizabeth Bromley, Emily Grip, Eva Peterson, Gabby Bongiovi, Georgi Prevosti, Haylee Miller, Jalyn Eaton, Jessica Fulcomer, Judy VanDeventer, Jula Davis, Julia Saunders, Karina Thakrar, Kate Kanavas, Katelyn May, Katie Stottlemire, Kiera Maroney, Lara Goncalves, Lauren Chadarevian, Laurine Forget, Lexi Perry, Maya Contreras, Maya Rai, Meghan Rieger, Mikaela Gegelys, Natalie Farrell, Natalie Godby, Rachel Mullens, Samantha Marquez, Sanam Kahili, Sofia Caruccio, Sophie Bress, Sophie Notter, Tiffany Tang, Tygre PatchellEvans, Vaneza Paredes, Victoria Lembesis and Zephyr Jaeger.

HILLEL Carly Zenker, Gabrielle Engerman, Gaby Menashe, Izzy Berrent and Julie Everakes.

Haryanto, Darren Haryasyah, Fiona Hascoigne, Harry 353 Haskins, Alexa 338, 346 Hassel, David 348 Hatoum, Amira Hatton, Miles Hattori, Annika 351 Hatzakis, Nicole 340 Haugan, Elizabeth Haugh, Tyler 364 Hauptman, Rebecca Hausafus, Emma Hauser, Eric Hawes, Madalyn 350, 351 Hawkins, Cameron 222, 342, 353 Hawkins, Cornell 222 Hawkins, Rohan 342 Haworth, Timothy 313 Hayashi, Galen Hayat, Mohammed 338 Hayden, Szu-Kai 333, 353 Hayes, Jeremy 342 Hayes, Shannon 349, 362 Hayfield, Dawson 320, 326, 365 Haynes, Brandon 222, 324 Hayward, Vincent 345 Hazard, Rowland 355 Hazboun, Remzi 333, 345, 346, 355 Heal Los Angeles 336 Heather, Shaun Hebl, Jessica Hee, Joshua Heffernan, Racquelle Hefter, Kayla 329, 351 He, Grace 222, 319, 336 Heidenreich, Nils 320, 362 Heiland, Teresa 341 Heinrich, Quinn 222, 325, 329, 342, 351 Heinsberg, Hutten 222, 350 Hein, Ye Thura 222 Heissner, James 358, 362 Helden, Kyra Van Helgeland, Martin

Heller, Victoria 333, 334 Hellige, Joseph B. 313 Hellman, Yasmin 205, 331 Helm, Connor Helmers, John 327 Helmi, Mir Ali Rayan Helm-MacLeod, Jingmei Hembrick, Maâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;at 346, 353 Henderson, Cameron Henderson, Hillary 327 Henderson, Jeffery Henderson, Noel 324 Henderson, Robert Hendricks, Alexander 222, 319, 327, 361 Henkels, Van 353 Henley, Davontae 222 Henley, Patrick Hennessey, Camryn 318 Hennington, Allegra 324 Hennington, Sloane 222, 340 Henry, Alexandra 222, 329 Hensel, Kiele 328 Herbeck, Nicole 222, 319, 342 Herbert, Megan 331 Herbert, Riley Her Campus LMU 336 Herco, Anthony 222 Herder, Natalie 319 Herkes, Adrienne 222, 340 Hermann, Timothy 341 Herman, Petr 280, 322 Herman, Tess Hermina, Miriam 365 Herminghaus, Kyle Hernandez, Alfredo 345 Hernandez-Barber, Madison 318, 337 Hernandez, Brenda 331, 333, 346 Hernandez, Christian Hernandez, Cinthya 222 Hernandez, Daniela 364 Hernandez, Ericson 147, 338 Hernandez, Natalia 321, 343, 346

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Hernandez, Priscilla 371 Hernandez, Robert 326, 349, 362 Hernandez, Sergio 331 Hernandez, Vanessa 327, 329 Herren, Laura 327 Herrera, Alyssa Herrera, Calista 326, 365 Herrera, Daniel 326, 346 Herrera, Julia 222, 338, 343 Herrera, Melissa 326, 331, 365 Herrera, Xavier 334 Herrin, Carter Herrmann, Timothy 326 Herron, Cullen Hertz, Justin 320, 338 Herzl, William 334, 355 Herzog, Jacob 338 Herzog, Tess 321, 357 Hessler, Evan 223 Heuser, Alexa Hewitt, Sadie Hewlett, Shannon 325 He, Xi Hiatt, Samuel Hibberd, Harrison Hickey, Joseph 342 Hickok, Willie 329 Hicks, Jack 223, 345 Hicks, Kristina Hicks, Rachel 340 Hiddawi, Reema Higa, Jamie 331 Higginbotham, Mason 324, 330, 334 Higgins, Mallory Higgins, Riley 331, 337 Higgins, Tucker Hightower, Elisha Hightower, Heather Higuera, Daniel 318, 353 Hilby, Ian Hill, Aaron Hillby, Morgan 327 Hill, Clara 223, 257, 350 Hillel 336

Hiller, Alivia 345 Hill III, Jimmy 322 Hill, Jack 324 Hill, Jess Hill, Sabrina 350 Himeda, Chasen 223 Hinsch, Hayden Hinshaw, Morgan 350 Hintama, Gabriella 223 Hinton, Kara 324 Hirata, Adam 348 Hird, Evan 355 Hirose, Conrad Hirsch, Dylan 322 Hitchcock, Jeremy 324 Hitchcock, Sierra 326 Hixon, Audrey 361 Hiyane, Wyatt Hizkias, Liya Hizon, Brian 223, 332, 345 Hoang, Nguyen Hoban, Kameryn Hoban, Kami 356 Ho, Bao Er Ho, Dang-Khoa Hodgens, Roberto Hodges, Erica 325 Hodgson, Anna 223, 329, 333, 357, 361 Hodoyan, Artemis 319 Hoefler, Michael 358 Hoefle, Sophia 326 Hoekstra, Haley 337, 347 Hofer, Alexis 223 Hofer, Evan Hoffman, Haley 329 Hoffman, James 223 Hofmeister, Evelyn 329 Hogan, Madeline 340 Hogan, Patrick 313 Hogan, Shani 333 Hogan, Thomas Hohlfeld, Hunter 325,333, 355 Hohorst, William 329, 333, 363 Hojjat, Sara Hokama, Megan 223, 336,

357 Holland, Chandler Holland, Drew Holland, Elizabeth 131, 223, 283 Hollis, David 223, 324 Hollis, Kloii Hollister, Spencer 320, 353, 363 Holloway, Andrew 355, 362 Holloway, Lauren 326, 331, 345, 353 Holm, Carly Holmes, Chandler Holmes, Lauren 329, 345, 351 Holston, Genevieve 340 Holterman, Lisanne 337 Holton, Mathew 223, 327 Holtzman, Madelyn 318 Holtzman, Percy 353, 355 Holzer, Emma 348 Homaidhi, Yousef Al Honda, Nicole 329, 363 Honeycutt, Sarah 353 Hong, Robert Honselaar, Annika 329, 346 Hood, Erin 329 Hood, Gracie Hoonan, Keats Hoover, Morgan 329 Hopkins, Ryan 345 Hopkins, Scott Horab, Nicholas Horejsi, Elizabeth 223, 320, 333, 356, 357 Hori, Hayato 223, 324, 333, 355 Hori, Kelty 325, 350, 363 Horiuchi, Takeko 223, 330 Horiuchi, Taki 317 Horner, Russell Horsley, Alivia 329 Horton, Julia 331 Horvath, Anna Ho, Scotty 354 Hosford, Caitlind 223, 330 House, Austin

Houser, Audrey Howe, Jeremy Howell, Saphira Hribal, James Hsai, Teddy 348 Hsia, Edward 336 Hsieh, Cheng-Yu 223 Hsu, Sean 321, 334, 336, 353 Hsu, Wan Ting 223 Htein, Cho Win Htein, Chu Win Htet, San Myat 330 Htun, Thant Huacuja, Gabriel 346 Huang, Elena 223 Huang, Jiajie Huang, Yuanji Huayang Hubert, Emily 19, 56, 105, 328, 362, 371 Hubiak, Zachary Huckaby, Mitchell 153, 342 Hud, Anton 324 Huddleston, Mia 223, 319 Hudson, Grant 321 Huerta, Emilia 346, 348 Hughes, Allie Hughes, Courtney Hughes, John 223, 327 Huhn, Christian 364 Huie, Brittany Hui, Elizabeth Hulburd, Epiphany 223, 340 Hungerford, Kathleen 364 Hunley, Alexis 74 Hunsberger, Rebecca 350 Hunter, Vinkya 75, 324, 354 Huntington, Jennifer Hunt, Kenzie 324 Huntley, Alison 329, 331, 345, 349 Hunt, Morgan 223 Hunt, Shaniya Hurani, Sara 327 Hurley, Christopher 354 Hurrel, Kalonni 324 Husada, Andre 333 Husain, Ali 223

I AM THAT GIRL Alexa Brand, Amanda Meegan, Annie Munson, Brianna Absalon, Gabriela Gonzalez, Gillian Boss, Jordan Tabaldo, Kristen Burch, Madeline Schwartz, Madison Hernandez-Barber, Margaret Hartmann, Molly Boselli, Nicholas Warburton, Olivia Longpre, Rachel Mullens, Saaheba Bedi and Stephanie Larson.

IB MODERN Alicia Bernal, Brianna Brooks, Brianna Leong, Courtney Sprouse, Darren MaserKatter, Emilee Smith, Erin Funk, Hailey Transue, Haley Hoekstra, Halie Donabedian, Hannah Champagne, Karina Cairo, Leigh Lewis, Lilli Maples, Lisanne Holterman, Mackenzie McElroy, Mateo Rudich, Melanie Arango, Miani Harkey, Monica Williams, Raquel Domaracki, Rie Fukushima, Riley Higgins and Trent Wignell.

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Husak, William 313 Hushahn, Max 223 Hussain, Dr. Amir 347 Hust, Austin Hutchinson, Cory 345 Hutchison, Jacqueline 187, 223, 319, 356, 360 Hutton, Alexander Huynh, Gia Ky Huynh, Kien Nghiep Hu, Yuxuan Hval, Paige 320, 346, 361 Hyman, Jack 338

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MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ICE HOCKEY Al Tipon, Athan Tsokolas, Austin Boyle, CJ Geeza, David Valencia, Eric Johnson, Ewan Trogni, Gregory Bennett, Jack Hyman, Jacob Benson, Jake Blazier, Jake Herzog, Jett Shibata, Joe Trotta, Joost Pieter Aalmans, Justin Hertz, Marc Brockwell, Matt Boente, Max Jarrell, Michael Adelson, Mike Zanini, Parker Thomas, Sarah Strand, Thomas Bennett, Tyler Goeckner-Zoeller and Will Fraipont.

IEEE CLUB Adam Reinart, Alejandra Vasquez, Alex Lee, Amy Weber, Andre Thiele De Leon, Anthony Modica, Austin Pohlman, Brayden Matsuzaki, Brian Palmigiano, Clay Sauter, Cole Jetton, Connor Cusi, Daniel McGrath, Eileen Choe, Ericson Hernandez, Erika Johnson, Ethan Tsao, Ezequiel Partida, George Mundo, John Maehler, Jonathan De Rouen, Joseph Gorman, Justin Joseph, Kabir Buxani, Keola Ramirez, Laura Anne Valdepenas, Louai Almehmadi, Marissa Alvarez, Mohammad Hayat, Nicholas Cabarse, Nicolas Wells, Patrick Utz, Phillip Steiner, Roberto Ventura, Ryan Pascual, Stephen Board and Tamara Jovanovic.

IGNATIANS SERVICE ORGANIZATION Aaishat Kelani, Ana Macaspac, Ann Shoen, Annie Shane, Annie Trafton, Anton Lahirle, Blake Colton, Cameron Kauffman, Caroline Reilly, Carolyn Egekeze, Carson Miller, Christian Stone, Colton Kugler, Dillon Dinauro, Elena Garcia, Ella McMahan, Emily Sinsky, Fatima Beck, George Sarantinos, Isaac Cardenas, Isabel Ngo, Isabella Montgomery, Jill Farley, Josh Soriano, Julia Deleon, Julia Herrera, Karis Addo-Quaye,Kasem Green, Kashi Hall, Kyle Magee, Lexi Haskins, Liat Lieberman Tabachnik, Marc Moreno, Mathew Sanders, Matt Molina, Matthew Parsons, McKenzie Fink, Megan Castillo, Meghan Rieger, Mekleit Dix, Neilson Nguyen,Nick Chew, Nina Yustiarti, Olivia Nielsen, Olivia Nossif, Olivia Twiford, Patrick Razon, Phaedra Johnson, Samantha Kim, Sasha Wilhelm-Hart, Shelby Cormier, Sophia Chang, Tommy Scully, Ulualo Coleman and Zoe Bell.

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Iacona, Tyler I Am That Girl 337 Ibarra, Vanessa IB Modern 337 Ibrahim, Batara 339, 342 Ibrahim, Joelle 326, 354 Ickes, Ryan-Marie 364 IEEE Club 338 Iglesias, Caroline 326 Iglesias, Veronica 319 Ignacio Companions 20, 93 Ignatians Service Organization 33, 88, 120, 338 Ignatius, St. 25 IIang, NK 323 Ilang, Nkechi 223 Ilunga, Tyler 333 Immel, Tyler Imrie, Julia 150, 318 Inacio, Soraya Fernandes Inc. 354 Indiarto, Esther Indigo, Aaishat 333 Indonesians at Loyola Marymount University 339 In Faith & Art 23 Infantino, Nicole 340, 360, 362 Ingelhart, Louis E. 157

Ingraham, Dolan 224, 355 Ingreus, Suleors 357 Ingrey, Alison 331, 332 Ings-McCaffrey, Mary 22, 327, 325, 352 Inman, Joshua 345 Intercultural Facilitators 339 InterFraternity Council 339 Intil, Dasia 224, 329, 362 In, Wesley 324, 340 Irby, Alexandra 331 Ireland, Katrina Claire Irvin, George 224 Irving-Peterson, Riis 345 Isaac, Marc Isaev, Alexis 224, 329, 333, 362 Isang Bansa 340 Isbell, Madeleine Islam, Nayar 350 Islam, Nayyirah Islas, Nicholas 335 Ismail, Kianna Israel, Federico 333 Ito, Kelsey 331 Ivanova, Diana 353 Iwamoto, Allen 320, 326 Iyer, Ashwat 224

Jj Jabbour, Emil 224, 354 Jablonowski, Maya Jablonski, Diana 224 Jablonski, Richard 350 Jacks, Brandi Jackson, Adam 355 Jackson, Arianna Jackson, Blake Jackson, Devyn 333 Jackson, Haley Jackson, Jalyn Jackson, Julia Jackson, Justice 73, 145, 224 Jackson, Michael Jackson, Prince 336

Jackson, Taylar 224, 319, 320 Jacobi, Cole 354 Jacobo, Arturo Jacobo, Natalia 224, 319 Jacobs, Christopher Jacobs, Madison Jacobson, Katelyn Jacome-Bramkamp, Paloma 331, 346 Jacquet, Caroline 350 Jaeger, Zephyr 336 Jagga, Dayne 364 Jahn, Brian Jain, Arnav 357 Jakobi, Lucas Jalel, Sami 331 Jamasbi, Leila James, Halle Jan, Ashley 224 Jan, Nick 335 Janfaza, Daniella Jansen, Alexandra Janssen, Chloe Japhta, Erin 353 Japhta, Stacey 224, 269, 340 Jaquiss, Ry 355 Jaramillo, Danny 327 Jarrell, Jeffrey Jarrell, Max 338 Jasper, Brian Jatoft, Kira 331 Jauregui, Betssy 321, 346, 362 Jauregui, Mauricio 224, 329 Javier, Michael Jay, Amelia 326, 340 Jayaputra, Robert JeanMarie-Tucker, Milagro 324, 346 Jehue, Alexis 340 Jehue, Lexie 224 Jellen, Benjamin Jenkins, Carson Jenkins, Chase 340 Jennifer Jennings, Bailey 356 Jennings, Lena Jennings, Rhys

Jensen, Emily 325, 346 Jensen, Jamie 341 Jensen, Joseph Jensen, Kyle 224 Jensen, Marlene 326, 348, 365 Jensen, Shelby 319 Jess, Anika 224, 292 Jesu, Monica De 331 Jethrokusumo, Joshua Jetton, Cole 320, 338 Jhangiani, Meher 336 Jiang, Haonan Jiang, Johnny 329 Jiao, Zhi 345 Jiaqi, Cheng Jih, Isaac Jimenez, Alexis 224, 333 Jimenez, Danya 224 Jimenez, Kat 349 Jimenez, Katherine 224, 262 Jin, Bitao Jingnan Jin Joo, Hae 319 Ji, Scott 345 Ji, Silvia 334 Ji, Sungwan Jobe, Jacob 353, 362 Jobe, Jake 333 Jochner, Katie 319 Joerger, Brian 327, 333 Johan, Elisha 224 Johanson, Jacob 326, 353, 355 Johansson, Erik 322 Johansson, Erik Olav Johari, Darren John, NewMeico 354 John-Rocha, Malik 224 Johnsen, Emilee 224, 329 Johnson, Brooks 224 Johnson, Carly 319, 324, 328 Johnson, Casey Johnson, Chris 324 Johnson, Christopher 339 Johnson, Connor 177, 333, 343, 356

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Johnson, Courtney 346 Johnson, Daisha 224, 341 Johnson, Emily Johnson, Emma 323, 363 Johnson, Eric 338 Johnson, Erika 338 Johnson, Hunter Johnson, James Johnson, Jermaine 324, 325, 347 Johnson, Juliane Johnson, Justin 224 Johnson, Katherine 340 Johnson, Kayla Johnson, Kelli 152, 340 Johnson, Kyanna 224 Johnson, Loren , 91, 317, 333 Johnson, Luke 355 Johnson, Maya 324 Johnson, Michaela 224, 318, 363 Johnson, Phaedra 338, 344, 346 Johnson, Ryan 354 Johnson, Samuel 201 Johnson, Steven 324, 325 Johnson, Taylor 224 Johnson, Tyler 225, 273, 348 Johnstone, Audrey Johnston, Kathleen Johnston, Kit 225, 259, 318 Johnston, Sam 327 Johnston, Samuel Joman, Jeffry Jones, Aleksandra Jones, Asia Jones, Bailey Jones, Chloe 225 Jones, Corinne Jones, Emma 225, 324, 332 Jones, Jana 324, 333 Jones, Jasmine 323 Jones, Keely 225, 299, 357 Jones, Lucy Jones, Savannah 325, 358 Jong, Janneke Wade-de Joo, Hae Jin Jordan

Jordan, Kevin 322 Jordan, Matthew Jordan, Micah 331 Jordan, Samantha 356 Jorgensen, Erik 346 Jorgensen, Gage Joseph, Daniel 225, 258 Josephine Joseph, Justin 225, 338, 363 Jose, Uakea 154, 225, 327, 342, 346 Josh Ramsey 332 Journalism & Media Society 340 Jovanovic, Tamara 225, 338, 353 Jovel, Imaury 225 Jowono, Darrel 225 Joyce, Anna 326 Joyce, Shakeel Jr., Mario Colace 354 Juan, Annalie 225, 357 Juan, Cartier 361 Juarez, Daniel 190, 225, 320, 336, 354 Juarez, Lesly 225, 258 Juarez, Sesar 225, 350 Jugovic, Jennifer 225 JulienTai-Beauchamp 355 Jun, Daniel Jung, Woo Jin Juravliova, Elvira 361 Jurek, Elizabeth 225 Just for Clicks Tap Dance Club 340

Kk Kabbani, Sami 333 Kachan, Jadine Kaczor, Caroline 225 Kaczor, Dr. Christopher 349 Kaftan, Rachel 190, 319, 328 Kahili, Sanam 336 Kairos Retreat 21, 35

Kaiser, Jade 319 Kaiser, Kallie 319 Kaiser, Maximilian 361 Kajumulo, Nia Kalcic, Nicole 329, 353 Kalcic, Paul Kalfa, Alex Kalff, Sophia 343 Kalvakhi, Yasaman Kamal, Salma 320 Kamayatsu, Cara Kamerman, Kate 343 Kamerman, Sam 225, 343 Kaminsky, Kyle 329 Kamins, Sophia Kam, Malcolm 333, 336 Kammeyer, Jonathan Kampfl, Kallie 356 Kamunyo, Michelle Kanavas, Katherine 336 Kanazawa, Masashi Kandris, Thomas 327 Kanenaka, Kym 225, 336 Kang, Emma 355 Kang, Francesca Kang, Ryan 340 Kania, Stephen 225, 336 Kapadia, Sheena 333 Kaplan, Evan Kaplanis, Konstantinos Kappa Alpha Psi 85 Kappa Alpha Theta 152, 340 Kapse, Shaunak Kapustka, Alan Karaghossian, Christine 203, 225, 320 Karam, Fares Karapetian, Sara 320 Karbowski, Megan 225, 321, 343, 345 Karch, Colin Karimi, Kiana 331, 345 Karlie, Garrity 326 Karnadi, Reichel Karnadi, Reiner Karp, Sebastian Karrer, Edward 324, 363 Karr, Kingsley 225

Kasai, Hikaru Kasai, Ken 361 Kasaka, Miki 333 Kaslow, Sophie 226, 319, 333 Kasprowicz, Emily Kassela, Amanda 352 Kassien, Troy 226, 359 Katariya, Avneesh Kates, Grant 342 Katz, Lauren 329 Katz, Samuel Kaufeldt-Lira, Skylar 333 Kauffman, Cameron 100, 226, 319, 338, 349 Kaufman, Kevin Kaufman, Sean Kaur, Sukhmani Kaushal, Ratan Kaushal, Ruby 334 Kawagoe, Brian Kawaja, Brendan 322 Kawano, Brandon 87, 226, 345, 350 Kawano, Ryan 322 Kawashiri, Cole 326, 340 Kawashiri, Jordan 226, 330 Kay, Luis 327, 354, 359 Kazanchyan, Ani 320 Kazanchyan, Lena Keane, Caroline 333, 343 Keara Reilly 359 Kearin, Nikayla Kearns, Lakyn 329 Keavy, Nathan 322 Keba, Anthony Keelan, Rory 342 Keeley, Agatha 334 Kehle, Julian Keillor, Garrison 39 Ke, Karen 327 Kekoa, Jake 295 Kek, Phuong Kelani, Aaishah 226, 276, 338, 361 Keller, Olivia Kellett, Devin Kelley-Renda, Calla 324, 329, 348

INDONESIANS AT LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY Allegra Giandhi, Brandon Utomo, Calix Carrington, Idelia Preciosa, Isabella Hakadinata, Jessica Witono, Jose Ramonasari, Joshua Yaury, Kiky Kurniawan, Nickolas Hanson, Patricia Guinadi, Ryan Halim and Tifany Lestari.

INTERCULTURAL FACILITATORS Aaron Radulski, Alfonso Alvarez, Aliyah Flowers, Brenda Quintanilla, Briana Ortiz, Christina Light, Col (Richard) Cavanaugh, Daisha Black, Daquan Bass, Devon Elmore, Emely Morales, Emma Rust, Janie McManamon, Josh Ocana, Kaelyn SabalWilson, Ken Cavanaugh, Kendra Dawson, Matthew Calcanas, Maya Lee, Mikayla Gingrey, Morris Cheeks and Ulualo Coleman.

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Alexander Dalton, Allison Lane, Andrew Bartko, Anthony Escobar, Augusta Soeryadjaya, Batara Ibrahim, Christopher Johnson, Davis Nann, Elias Rodkey, Jackson Myers, John Selby, Jonathan Ting, Joshua Spaugh, Kurt Baumberger, Lawrence Daves and Nathaniel Cater.

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KAPPA ALPHA THETA

ISANG BANSA Aezon Fernandez, Alain Bao, Alex Esclamado, Alexis Villate, Alfred Arizala, Alice Tiffany, Allyson Aranez, Allyson Weinstock, Alyssa Rios, Amanda Mak, Andre Brion, Andre De Leon, Andrew Narag, Ann Warque, Anthony Sy, Ashley Vo, Athena Giron, Austin Raymundo, Ben DeLeon, Ben Nguyen, Benjamin Nguyen, Brandon Kim, Brandon Nguyen, Brandon Tan, Chelsea Salonga, Christienne Celestino, Claire Leung, Cobi DeLeon, Cole Kawashiri, Colin Noel, Dale Yim, Derrick Valdez, Emilyn Asinas, Erica Choe, Gennie Holston, George Angelow, Helene Malonzo, Ike Bottita, Ina Bangawan, Ivy Macaraeg, Jackson Bolado, Jacquelynne Garcia, Jade Vaughn, Jared Pangelinan, Jared Soliman, Jashley Dy, Jayzee Gonzalez, Jeremy Pasia, Jone Aboitiz, Isabeau Lauron, John Freiburghouse, Jordan Albano, Joseph Littaua, Joseph Louie, Josh Amurao, Joshua Sivila, Julian De La Rosa, Juliana Ferraro, Julius Lagmay, Justin DeMesa, Kamyl Nemec, Keola Ramirez, Kevin Calvelo, Kevin Shon, Kristen Ninonuevo, Kyle Munoz, Kyle Ravelo, Lina Nguyen, Madeline Hogan, Madeline Situmeang, Madison Foote, Manuel Perez, Marcus Lui, Mariana Casillas, Mariel Palacio, Marissa Ooi, Matthew Berdiago, Michael Casim, Michelle Fong, Mikaela Ventura, Mikko Eguia, Neilson Nguyen, Nicole Castro, Nicholas Cabarse, Nikko Picazo, Noelle Funtanilla, Nina DuBose, Patrick Pozon, Pau Valdez, Priscilla Law, Rachel Murata, Remo Ventura, Renee Rodriguez, Ryan Apoloni, Sabrina Khoury, Samuel Handelsman, Sophia Mapua, Tara Meregillano, Tarin Lee and Yoltic Dominguez.

Abigail Bland, Abigail Miller, Adrienne Herkes, Aisea Odencrantz, Alanna Thurman, Alexandra Beck, Alexandra Butler, Alexandra Gassner, Alexis Jehue, Allyson Frazier, Alyssa Chudy, Amanda Philbin, Amber Lenniger, Amelia Jay, Aminah Dabdoub, Anastasia Montoya, Anna Arnett, Anna Roccucci, Anna Thompson, Annie Oliver, Ashley Curry, Ashley Rehder, Ashley Rushing, Audrey Barber, Bianca Red Arrow, Blair Hamilton, Brittany Aldredge, Carissa Yee, Catherine Agopian, Catherine Rothans, Catherine Trefzger, Celia Penney, Chandler Mader, Chelsea Masri, Chloe Hall, Courtney Sprouse, Cynthia Hamidi, Dana Nakashima, Danielle Rosh, Dina Bashoura, Donia Ahmadi, Elizabeth Martorano, Elizabeth Schaff, Emily Arnell, Emily Zech, Emma Chew, Emma-Rose Ebers, Gilda Afifi, Hannah Kirkpatrick, Hannah Rock, Holly Scherner, Isabelle Stroobandt, Jane Goodwin, Jayden Murrieta, Jennifer Woodbury, Julia Campion, Julia Murray, Julia Palmer, Kaitlin Gutierrez, Katherine Davis, Katherine Gonzalez, Katherine Johnson, Kathryn Anderson, Kathryn Calo, Kathryn Wilson, Katie Perez-Perez, Kelli Johnson, Kelsey Squarcia, Kimberly Dobbs, Lauren Andelin, Lauren Arcolino, Lindsey Peterson, Margaret Hartmann, Marley Freygang, Mary Alverson, Mary Catherine Bishop, Megan Lee, Meghan Murphy, Mia Dabdoub, Michelle Laiolo, Morgan Mostrom, Neeley Russel, Nicole Hatzakis, Nicole Rathbone, Niki Flocas, Olivia Amezcua, Rachel Farnan, Rachel Hicks, Regan Borges-Burr, Samantha Butterfield, Samantha Littrell, Samantha Yip, Sarah Nicolas, Sarah Reach, Shelby Silvia, Sierra Layton, Siham Ayoub, Sloane Hennington, Sophie Shook, Stacey Japhta, Taryn Ungaro, Tatum Behrens, Tiffany Dringman, Tiffany Przybyla and Vivian Luther.

KOREAN AMERICAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Alex Lee, Alyssa Nishi, Annie Winton, Ariana Sordia, Ben Nguyen, Chase Jenkins, Christina Ferraro, Christopher Lau, Clara Melissa Cabrera, Cuong Pham, Danielle La, David Chavez, David Gutierrez, Epiphany Hulburd, Frances Magsalin, Gavin Toy, Gloria Santillan, Heidi Mui, Ingrid Yue, Jay Shah, Jonathan Ting, Jordan Chin, Julian De La Rosa, Justin Demesa, Kelly Muskat, Kerri Low, Kevin Shon, Kimmey Cheng, Lani Ginoza, Lilly Webber, Mariano Alosio, Megan Yip, Melanie Chan, Michael Baek, Nico Noriega, Patrick Ennis, Quang Nguyen, Rachel Nguyen, Rachel Nguyen, Riley Persily, Ryan Bae, Ryan Kang, Ryan Lau, Sam Kim, Samantha Chiu, Su Dural, Summer Yim, Tommy Lee, Wesley In and Yoltic Dominguez.

Kells, Lauren Kells, Margaret Kelly, Ann 328 Kelly, Caroline Kelly, Grant 334 Kelly, Jacob Kelly, Jaxon 327 Kelly, Lauren 348, 360 Kelly, Mary Grace 329 Kelly, Monica Kelly, Ryan 345 Kelly, Thomas 325, 362 Kelsey, Heather Kelsey, Samantha Kemmer, Matthew Kenes, Lauren 226, 327, 333 Kennally, Justin Kennedy, Gabrielle 326, 342 Kent, Miles 320, 327, 354 Kent, Olivia Kepp, Cassidy 318 Kerekes, Alexander Kern, Benjamin 349, 350 Kerns, Lily Kershaw, Carley Kershaw, Edward 327, 349 Kesha 41 Kessler, Chase Kessler, Kaitlyn 326 Keyes, Brandon 325, 346 Keyes, Matthew 226, 354 Keyllian, Nicole Khalifeh, Ahmad 345 Khalili, Sanam Khamseen, Bader Abu 380 Khan, Mariam Khanna, Ramona Khan Rodas, Dominique 329 Khan, Sadia Khansari, Sean 326, 333, 334 Khant, Aung Khan, Zahra 324 Khatib, Hannah 350 Khazali, Amelia Khazeni, Yassamin Khieralla, Amber Khimani, Reanna 331

Khodi, Dana Khoja, Ibrahim Khoja, Jamil Khokhlov, Ivan Kholobekian, Paula 226 Khoshaba, Ayla 352 Khoury, Sabrina Nicole 326, 327, 340, 352 Khubchandani, Nishika 333 Khullar, Sanjeeta 362 Kibby, Brooke Killedjian, Cathren 324 Kim, Alyna 336 Kim, Brandon 226, 329, 340 Kim, Briana Kim, Bruce 345 Kim, Calvin Kim, Chloe 226 Kim, Eugene Kim, Grace 226 Kim, Haesol Kim, Jaehoon Kim, Jason 319 Kim, Jin Woo 226, 336, 348, 360 Kim, Jordan 336 Kim, Kyoungmok 333 Kim, Ryan Kim, Sally 342 Kim, Samantha 336, 338, 340 Kim, Sara 226, 357 Kim, Savanna 359, 361 Kim, So Jung Kim, Yeon Jae Kim, Yewon Kinder, Christian 321, 353 Kindle, Afiya Kinfe, Saba King, Aison 333 King, Alison 356 King, Emma 333 King, Harrison 342 King, Jenna 226, 358 King, Madeleine King, Nakia Kingsmore, Katelyn 112, 350 Kinkead, Nicholas 350, 362

JOURNALISM & MEDIA SOCIETY Hira Srinivasan, Isabel Ngo, Karis Addo-Quaye and Sierra Thompson.

JUST FOR CLICKS TAP DANCE CLUB Alexa Rennia, Alexia Filler, Andrew Achinger, Bianca Rickheim, Jack McGill, Madeline Quinn, Megan Leberknight, MeKayla Ciccine, Nicole Infantino and Sarah Chabin.

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Kinscherff, Russell 329 Kinsella, Bradley Kinsfather, Robert 319, 328, 334 Kiralla, John 313 Kirby, Alexandra 333 Kireopoulos, Stephanie 350 Kirkham, Taylor Kirkland, Julia Kirk, Michael 343 Kirkpatrick, Hannah 226, 340 Kirshner, Giles Kishaba, Matthew 226, 324, 363 Kistler, Sarah 326, 365 Kitchen, Douglas Kitka, Matylda Kitze, Alexandra Kjer, Natalie Klane, Jack Klapp, Jamie 319 Klein, Brandon 226, 362 Klein, Harrison Klein, Natalie Klein, Nikolas 162, 226, 327 Kleitz, Connor 362 Kleya, Jarrod 331 Klick, Ele Kloczl, Blake 20, 320, 326 Klum, Kallen 319, 333, 358 Klustner, Kimberly 226, 331 Kluver, Zachary 226 Knappenberger, Alec Knauer, Kyra 318 Knauss, Kara Knight, Johanna Knight, Rachel 345 Knoch, Sierra 226 Knoedler, Matthew 364 Knollenberg, Cameron 329, 343 Knopik, Rogers Knowles, Anna 326, 343 Kobayashi, Alayna 226 Kobayashi, Robyn 356 Kochenderfer, Madison 226, 343

Kocher, Kathryn 329, 356 Kock, Adriana Kocsis, Amanda 356 Kodama, Juliana 346, 353, 362 Kodzoman, Karlo Koehler, Abigail Koehler, Liliana Koenigsberg, Amanda 59, 226 Koeper, Kylie Kofdarali, Raymond Kogler, Sophie Kohler, Elyse Kohmann, Sabrina 318 Koizumi, Caeli 226, 347 Kokkalis, Sokratis 355 Kokotajlo, Jonathan 346, 362 Kolbrenner, Jamie 42, 190, 331 Ko, Megan 226, 317 Komissarova, Polina Kondratyeva, Maria Konialian, Sevag 226, 320, 342 Kono, Maki 356 Koopmans, Tanner Kopito, Rachel Kopp, Ryan 342 Kordestani, Seena Korean American Student Association 340 Kosasih, Merissa Kosewic, Brian 360 Kostanian, Armine 227 Koumetz, Lena 334 Koustoumbardis, Andrew 364 Kovac, Sara 323, 363 Kozlowski, Lanna 359, 361 Kraemer, Serena 227 Kramer, Jacob Kramer, Joel 117, 123, 227, 327 Krappe, India 353 Krask, Jake 227 Krause, Isabel Krause, Stephen 354

Kreditor, Courtney 227, 329 Kreutzelman, Gabriella 329 Krikorian, Krikor Kripal, Grace 356 Krol, Katherine 331 Krpan, Zane 355 Krueger, Danielle Krugler, Scott 363 Krzyminski, James 33, 91, 317 Ku, Bryan 336 Kuelpman, Matt 363 Kufuor, Kwaku Kugler, Colton 35, 42, 131, 326, 338 Kugler, Scott 318 Kuhlman, Daryn 227, 350 Kuhn, Kathleen Kuhns, Alice Kujawa, Matthew Kulberg, Paige 227, 329, 343 Kulee, Moses K. 327 Kulik, Hannah Kulik, Laura Kundanmal, Nicola 334 Kunz, Benjamin 350 Kurey, Meredith 227 Kurihara, Justin 227 Kurnia, Nicky Kurniawan, Kiky 227, 339 Kurt, Meredith 351 Kusaka, Michelle 320 Kutzke, Mackenzie 227, 357, 359 Kuumba Beatz 341 Kuwada, Cameron 341 Kuwahara, Leanne 323 Kwak, Amanda Kwan, Ivonne 227, 323 Kwong, Alex 336 KXLU 88.9 FM Los Angeles 341 Kyaw, Aung Htet Kyodai 341 Kyu, May Thin

Ll Labarthe, Victor 227, 296, 326 LaBerge, Lianna LaBianca, Isabella 227, 318, 319 Laboda, Tyler LaCasto, Olivia 326, 356 Lach, Julian Lachman, Meg Lack, Andrew Lackey, Carlyn 75, 93, 319 Lacrosse, Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club 186 La, Danielle 340 Ladd, Elizabeth 326, 352 LaDuke, Austin Lafferty, Jenna 356 Lagmay, Julius 340 Lahirle, Anton 120, 338, 353 Laiolo, Michelle 340 Lai, Phuong Lake, Sydney 331 Lallas, Jacob 355 Lalonde, Ines LaMack, Cameron 320, 327 Lamarca, Raphael 325, 345 Lamar, Graelea Lambda Chi Alpha 153, 342 Lambda Pi Eta 342 Lambeau, Alex Lambert-Crittenden, Chase 329 Lam, Ileana 329 Lam, Julian 324 Lampe, Noelle 327 Lampitt, Samara Lampl, Nathan 42, 316, 319, 329, 354, 355, 358 Lam, Stacy 365 Lam, Tsun Him Julian Lancaster, Harrison Lancefield, Olivia 353 Lance, Kristen 319 Landes, Sophia Lane, Allison 339 Lane, Christiana 227

KUUMBA BEATZ Aliyah Flowers, Amina Yufanyi, Andrew Gonzalez, Ashley Rich, Brad Beasley, Brynn Bodair, Carissa Yee, Cassidy Gempler, Courtney Sprouse, Cynara Lightfoote, Daisha Johnson, Jacquelynne Garcia, Justice Domingo, Kayla Hampton, Kiera Breaugh, Melanie Guan, Montana Branch, Moriah Tolliver, Reagan Ricossa, Stephanie Lee, Teresa Heiland and Tiffany Dringman.

KXLU 88.9 FM LOS ANGELES Austin Diaz, Braden Wells, Cameron Kuwada, Flor Amezquita, Harley Astorga, Jessica Makhlin, Nate Rynaski and Ricky Barocio.

KYODAI Abigail Pollak, Alejandro Zapata, Alexa Terry, Anna Ostrowski, Arden Terry, Bryant Lin, Charlotte Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Evelyn, Christina Garcia, Emilia Rodriguez-Huerta, Emilio Valencia, Jamie Jensen, John Lee, Johnson Min, Jordan Soldo, Justin Tang, Lawrence Gorney, Leonardo Garcia, Lian Weller, Luis Garcia,Matthew Yee, Michael Sanger, Miranda Robinson, Moyo Shiina, Natasha Aquino, Timothy Hermann, Tina Lu and Zachary Fitzpatrick.

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MEN’S CLUB LACROSSE Alex Smith, Brett Anchartechahar, Cade Prins, Connor Glafkides, Daniel Cannon, Daniel Wong, Devon Foody, Givino Rossini, Grant Kates, Jeremy Hayes, John Stafford, Jon Edwards, Kian O’Connor, Kirby Delfatti, Owen McNiff, Ren Chang, Ricky Mo and Robert Dryden.

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Adam Arreola, Alec Galustian, Andrew Miller, Andrew York, Antoine Laurient, Batara Ibrahim, Brandon Lawler, Bryan Froderman, Buddha Elkenani, Cameron Hawkins, Charlie Carpenter, Clayton Gutmann, Daniel Vazquez, Evan Brown, Gabriel Iunes Da Silva, Giovanny Escobar, Harrison King, Jack Dempster, Jacopo Gaspardone, John Maehler, Joseph Hickey, Josh Sale, Julian Serrano, Keaton Ebner, Kyle Clayton, Lee McCrory, Matt Martinez, Matthew Mackaness, Max Watkins, Michael Del Santo, Michael Messina, Mitchell Huckaby, Mitchell Nunes, Nicholas Vanstrum, Nick Feldhaus, Nikolas Best, Riley Schoeben, Rohan Hawkins, Rory Keelan, Ryan Kopp, Shane McDonald, Sid Sanghvi, Spencer Colbern, Steven Shepard, Tyler Chase and Valente Dolcini.

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LAMBDA PI ETA Abby Bogh, Allison Crawford, Allison Emslie, Allyson Trakas, Alyssa Miree, Armani Taylor, Aubrey Fischer, Callie Yahyavi, Caroline Harari, Christian Becerra, Christina Chu, Claudia Cojuangco, Colleen McClain, Daniel Dols, Danielle Diramarian, Daria Bianchini, Delphert Smith, Dina Ramli, Emily Gardner, Emmalyn Rafanello, Georgia Buxton, Haya Abid, Helene Malonzo, Jessy Awramko, Julia Silver, Katie Randolph, Kayla Brogan, Kiana Lidstone Cayabyab, Kristen Zavala, Liat Lieberman, Madeline Dopeso, Marina Mary Azaryan, Morgan Mostrom, Nicole Bustamante, Nicole Marie Herbeck, Quinn Heinrich, Rachel Hanley, Ryan Takahashi, Sahra Sajasi, Sally Kim, Samantha Dingee, Sara McCauley, Sevag Konialian, Uakea Jose, Vanessa Cicchini, Vanessa Zaval-Zimmerer and Victoria Ruff.

LASER SQUAD BRAVO IMPROV TEAM Andrew York, Carson Miller, Eilise Guilfoyle, Emma Aikman, Erik Charbonneau, Gabrielle Kennedy, Grant Gadbois, Katie Schembri, Keiva Bradley, Natasha Benham and Tristan Varma.

Lane, Emma 227, 324, 343 Lange, Matthieu Langley, Nicolette 329 Laniado, Matthew Lanman, Julia 227 Lanners, Quinn 324, 325 Lans, Ashley Vander Lanuza, Claire 116, 117, 316, 328, 346 Lanzner, Sarah 320, 333, 353, 357, 363 Lao, Chris 327 La-O, Danielle Lao, Dillen Lapeyre, Sean 326 Lapitan, Ethan LaPlante, Holly 328 Lappas, Olympia 227, 329 LaPuzza, Marina LaRhette, Cooper 333 Lari, Ahmad Lari, Arash 227, 355 Larina, Anastasia 227 Larios, Jose Larkins, Harrison Larmon, Samantha 331, 333 LaRocca, Meighan 319 LaRocca, Savannah Larson, Lina Larson, Stephanie 329, 337 La Russo, Ryan 227 Laser Squad Bravo Improv Team 342 Laskodi, Virginia 317, 326, 329 Lasley, Matthew 320, 354 Lathbury, Emily Latino Student Union 343 Lauber, Colin Lau, Christopher 336, 340 Laughrun, Ana Lau, Megan 329 Laura Laurance, Mary 320, 326 Lauren Akin 359 Laurient, Antoine 342 Lauron, Isabeau 227, 327, 340

Lau, Ryan 340 Lau, Seann 336 Lau, Wing Yueng 326 Lavacca, Natalie Lavanchy-Cairo, Karina LaVaude, Frances Lavey, Jack 355 LaVigne, Andre 227, 304 Law, Johnny 362 Lawler, Brandon 342 Lawley, Miranda 319 Law, Melissa Law, Priscilla 340, 365 Law, Raymond 333 Lawrence, Brady 362 Lawrence, Lisa 326, 355 Lawrence, Simone 227 Lawver, Charles 324 Lay, Fioren 227 Layton, Sierra 227, 340 Lazzarone, Amanda 227, 270, 350 Leachman, Gavin Leamy, Brandon 227 Leaphart, Ayanna Learner, Molly Leberknight, Megan 340 Lecca, Gabby 326 Lecca, Gabrielle 329 Lederer, Hailey 333 Ledesma, Tomas 228, 258 Lee, Aaron Lee, Alexander 228, 333, 338, 340 Lee, Andrew 350 Lee, Brian Lee, Casey 329, 345 Leece, Harrison Lee-Chobanian, Cook Lee, Christabella Lee, David Lee, Debbie 326 Lee, Deborah 362 Leeds, Gabriela 329 Lee, Durant Leedy, Genevieve Lee, Eric 345 Lee, Esther

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Lee, Gianna 326 Lee, Jason Munoz Jennifer 345 Lee, Jennifer Lee, Jessica 228, 333 Lee, Joan 327 Lee, John 333, 341 Lee, Joshua 228, 333 Lee, Joyce Lee, Jung Hoon 333 Lee, Justin 228, 322 Lee, Katiana Lee, Kevin 228 Lee, Makenna 321 Lee, Maya 326, 331, 339 Lee, Megan 340, 349 Lee, Morgan Lee, Nathan 333 Lee, Nicholas 228, 329 Leeper, Sarah 329 Lee, Rowan 336, 348 Lee, Shannon 228, 320, 333 Lee, Stephanie 228, 341 Lee, Sung Woo Lee, Sydney 360 Lee, Tarin 340 Lee, Tommy 340 Lee, Troy 321 Lee, Vincent Lee, Young Lehne, John Leila Leimang, Dylan Leiphardt, Maddie 323 Leisten, Rachel 228, 350 Le Gorrec, Nicolas 343, 354 Le, Jessica Lekander, Ava 90, 346 Lelapinyokul, Lee 319, 336 Lelapinyokul, Yanisa Lembesis, Victoria 336 LeMieux, Christopher 189, 228, 316, 360, 361 Lenert, Jonah Lenniger, Amber 340 Lent, Samantha 350, 352 Leon, Andre De 338, 340 Leonard, Camille

Leonardo Leon, Bridgette De Leong, Brianna 337 Leong-Suzuki, Sadako 228 Leon, Lester 327, 359 Leon, Margarita De Leon, Maria 326 Leon, Robyn De 326, 345 Lesko, Ileanna 362 Lestari, Tifany 228, 339 Lester, Leeza Letica, Briana 333 Leu, Jessica 357 Leung, Claire 340 Leung, Sabrina 228, 331, 349 Leung, Samantha 345 Leus, Abigail 228 LeVecke, Jacqueline 319 LeVecke, John LeVecke, Neil 364 Levey, Robert Levine, Davis 353 Levine, Kelly 348, 355 Levins, Mark Levy, Cameron Levy, Daniel Levy, Hannah 324 Lewis, Alejandra Lewis, Brittanie Lewis, Erin Lewis, Jeremy Lewis, Leigh 337, 352 Lewis, Melissa 228, 351, 356 Lewis, Paul 356 Lewis, Sophia 331 Lewis, Sydney Lewis, Tatyanna 228, 267, 356 Lewites, Sol Ley, Mara 228, 265, 319, 320 Leyva, Marlene 327 Lhuillier, Michael James 228, 333 Liancheng Liang, Daryl Liao, Alex Li, Beatrice 326, 336, 346 Lichtenwaler, Bretta 352

Lichtenwalner, Bretta 331, 353 Lidstone Cayabyab, Kiana 228 Li, Duanduan 228 Lieberman, Liat Tabachnik 338, 342 Liebman, Marcus Liebowitz, Julia 350 Lie, Jody 228 Lieu, Justin Ligas, Megan 330, 333, 336 Liggon, Mallom 324, 345 Lightburn, Lundyn Light, Christina 228, 339 Lightfoote, Cynara 229, 341 Lighthart, William 331 Ligos, Katharine Li, Huachen Li, Jiayan Li, Junheng Likens, Gabriel 350 Lillegraven, Ashley 229 Li, Lucy 361, 362 Limanto, Stuart Li, Mingyi Lim, Kesley Lim, Mikayla 229 Li, Muyuan Lin-Bianco, Fosse 333, 352 Lin, Bryant 341, 345 Lin, Chelsea 90, 326, 346 Linde, John 324 Linder, Alia 358 Lindsey, Lauren 332, 357 Ling, Arianna 229 Lin, Jeffrey Link, Shannon 331 Lin, Kyna Lin, Nicholas 321 Linn, Kathryn 319 Lin, QiQi Linssen, Adam 190, 354 Lin, Tiffany 229 Lin, Yat Shan Linzmeier, Natalie Lion, Iggy 229 Lion Model United Nations

343 Lions for Venice Family Clinic 344 Lions Toastmasters 344 Lions United Nerds for Activism 345 Lior, Alex 362, 371 Lipkowitz, Madaline 229, 361 Li, Qinglan Li, Rogers 228, 336, 345 Li, Ruiyun Lisberger, Theodore 324 Li, Shali Li, Shuying Li, Tea Litman, Ryan Litner, David Li, Tong Littaua, Joseph 333, 340, 343 Littleford, Jennifer 229 Littrell, Samantha 321, 340 Litvak, Brandon 229 Liu, Benjamin Liu, Heyang 229 Liu, Madeline Liu, Yiwen Livermore, Madison Li, William Lizama, Kyra Lizarazu, Mauricio 355 Lizarda, Ian 321, 329, 363 Lkhagva, Ninjbadrakh Llamas, Judith Paulina ll, Mustafa Yasar 324 Lloyd, Harold Lloyd, John 329 Lloyd, Maxwell 350 LMU Screenwriting Club 345 LMU Study Abroad 94 Loasby, Hideo Harry 229, 275, 327 Lockwood, Taylor Loeffler, Haley 152, 229, 327, 350 Lofgren, Burke 324

LATINO STUDENT UNION Alanis Gonzales, Alejandra Vasquez, Alexis Cordova, Alfredo Covarrubias, Allison Ramirez, Andy Perez, Angel Menchaca, Angel Vazquez, Ashley Anaya, Brenda Quintanilla, Camila De Pierola, Carlos Yvellez, Claire Ortega, Claudia Alvarez, Danielle Garcia, Dario Gutierrez, David Ramirez, Denise Mora, Desirae Canela, Diana Martinez, Edward Santiago, Elsie Mares, Erick Carranza, Ethan Tsao, Facundo Gonzalez Icardi, Francesca Briones, Guadalupe Razo Diaz, Herb Wilson, Isabella Lucero, Jackson Bolado, Jacob Marmolejo, Jessica Gonzalez, Jesus Padilla, Jonathan Davila, Jonathan Guerrero, Jose Aguila, Jose Garcia, Kimberly Rodriguez, Luvia Lopez, Manuel Perez, Maria Lopez Zamudio, Mariana Casillas, Melanie Molina, Melissa Cedillo, Natalia Hernandez, Numa Dorling, Ofelia Pulido, Paige Kulberg, Raul Ruiz, Rebecca Delacruz Steven Luevano, Tomas Escalante, Valeria Gurrola, Victoria Martinez, Victoria Ramirez and Xochitl Pasten.

LION MODEL UNITED NATIONS Andre Yip, Andrew Stoddard, Chris Mansdorfer, Connor Johnson, Devansh Nahata, Hiromi Ochi, Jack Palen, Joey Littaua, John Andrikos, Jun You, Michelle Nguyen, Natriya Chun, Nicole Alaverdian, Paolo Nguyen, Rebecca Delacruz, Sarah Choi, Sophie Kalff, Sophie Notter and Zain Rafiq.

THE LIONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S DEN Abby Magallanes, Andrey Varkin, Anna Knowles, Anna Sarno, Anna Taricco, Austin Dias, Blake Colton, Brady Petrik, Brian Grant, Cameron Knollenberg, Caroline Keane, Chiara Armstrong, Christian Smith, Davis Nann, Eilise Guilfoyle, Emily Sinksy, Emma Aikman, Emma Lane, Giancarlo Deligio, Gwyn Tanner, Henry Dadsetan, Isa Bhandary, Jacob Marmolejpo, Jake Gimpel, Jared Gencarella, Jay Wilder, Jessica Burns, Jessica Makhlin, Jordan Moore, Julia Herrera, Justine Roth, Kate Kamerman, Lauren Mauldwin, Lina Metcalf, Lindsay Varney, Maddy Kochenderfer, Mason Gray, Matt Mackaness, Maylon Day, Megan Bosveld, Megan Karbowski, Michael Kirk, Mike Armas, Nadia Lowe, Nathaniel Savage, Nick Pugliese, Nicl Le Gorrec, Nico Gomez, Olivia Twiford, Quinn Murphy, Sam Kamerman, Sarita Gulati, Sean Rose, Siham Ayoub, Sophie Nelson, Tara Meregillano and Timothy Wilder.

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LIONS FOR VENICE FAMILY CLINIC Dillon Rinauro, Harman Brah, Justina Esuola, Makala Conner, Michaela Mertz, Molly Boselli, Naomi Tesfaiohannes, Natalie Wilkie, Phaedra Johnson, Susanne Carpenter, Victoria Onyike, Xaida Wright and Yeabsira Mesfin.

LIONS TOASTMASTERS Amy Weber, Brenden Park, D. Antione Dixon, Hannah True, Jessica Ashley Dy, Kent Outkiewicz, Rayanna Bonnell, Saiseban Omar and Sayantika Muna Boral.

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Lofy, Jordan 229, 362 Logan, Marsalis 229 Loh, Chungheang 320 Loh, Mei Lan Lo, Justin 229 Long, Kaitlin Long, Meghan 318 Longmire, Julian Longmire, Kayla Longo, Ashley Longpre, Olivia 229, 329, 337 Loo, Dylan-John 326, 327, 328 365 Looker, Lexie Loos, Michael Loperena, Alejandra 333 Lopez, Anthony 329, 333 Lopez, Aracely 327, 335 Lopez, Devyn 329 Lopez, Elizabeth 229, 318, 330 Lopez, Eva Lopez, Evan 350 Lopez, Gerardo 356 Lopez, Isabella Lopez, John 321, 331, 349, 365 Lopez, Luvia 343 Lopez, Sofia Brown de Lopez, Theo 229, 349 Lopez-Wolfe, Lydia 346 Lopez Zamudio, Maria 321, 326 Lopez-Zinder, Jennifer 229 Lorenz, Alexander 113, 151, 229, 329 Lorenz, Anja Lorenz, Matthew 229, 334 Lorenzo, Christopher 229, 346 Loreto, Megan 345, 354 Loretto, Kaylene Lorey, Christopher 319, 328 Los Angeles Loyolan 345, 371 Lotfi, Kian 364 Lott, Llysa 229 Louie, Chad 151, 229, 324,

349 Louie, Joseph 326, 340 Louis, Madelyn 357 Louks, Heather Love, Brandon 324 Loveman, Maximillian 329 Lovett, Taylor Lovin, Adam Lovo, Katie Lowe, Nadia 324, 343 Lowey, Sarah 363 Low, Kerri 340 Low, Matthew Loyola, Andrea 330 Loyolan 81 Loyola University 25, 115 Lozano, Logan Lozano, Marcela Lozano, Nicholas Lucas, Alexis 324, 331 Lucas, Clayton Lucas, Daphne Lucas Moreno 359 Lucas, Yesica De Lucero, Isabella 343, 346 Lucero, Jessica 319, 350 Lucescu, Marcus 326, 352, 355, 365 Luciano, Candice 230, 317 Lucien, Victoria 230, 347 Lucio, Daniella 319 Luevano, Rebecca Delacruz Steven 343 Luevano, Steven 324 Lugtu, Ruben Juan Carlos Fernand Lui, Marcus 340 Lukas Moenter 359 Luke Luker, Andrew 333 Lu, Kha 229, 333 Lu, Khiem 229 Lukito, Angel Luk, JJ 329 Luk, Jonathan Lumb, John Lum, Christian 334 Lu, Meng 229

Lumia, Michaela Lummis, Harris Lumsden, James 320, 329 Lum, Tiffany 331, 351 Luna, Cynthia 158 Luna, Daniel Luna, Daniela Luna, Noemi Fernandez 332 Lund, Alissa 230, 329 Lundborg, Brandon Lundy, Alden 327 Lunes Da Silva, Gabriel 342 Lushan, Allison 329, 353 Lutfi, Nandadevi Luther, Vivian 152, 340 Luthringshausen, Hudson Lu, Tina 229, 341 Lutz, Bryce 230, 358 Lu, Yiwei 230 Lyford, Hannah 331, 365 Lynaugh, Kyle Lynch, Finnegan 327 Lynch, Joneil Lynch, Kyndel Lynch, Patricia 363 Lynch, Rainey 334, 350 Lyon, Laura 230, 319 Lyons, Adam 324, 334 Lyons, Benjamin Lyons, Jack 324 Lyons, Jared 325, 363 Lyons, Padraig 326 Lyons, Thomas 354

Mm Maas, Ava Mabuni, Lauren 333 Macaraeg, Ivy-Quynh 340 Macasa, Nicole Macaspac, Ana 205, 230, 326, 338, 346 MacDonald, Noah 319, 326 MacDonell, Audrey 319 MacFarlane, Casey 230

Machรณn, Ricardo Arturo 313 Mackaness, Matthew 342, 343 Mackel, Andrew Mackler, Madelene 329 Macklin, Jaida 345 MacLaren, Brendan MacLean, Alexandra Macon, Taydin 117, 316 Madanado, Bella 326 Madariaga, Vaughn Maddahi, Isabel 23, 145, 230, 299, 360 Maddigan, Kaitlyn 326, 352 Mader, Chandler 230, 340 Madere, DeLisa 324 Madrid, Daniella Madrigal, Alvaro 356 Madrigal, Catherine Madrigal, Kassandra Maehler, John 338, 342 Magallanes, Abby 343 Magallanes, Merci Magcase, Tyler John 320, 333 Magee, Kyle 230, 338 Maggio, Rachel MAGIS Service Organization 91, 162, 345 Maglalang, Mariah 230, 350 Magnusson, Claire Magsalin, Frances 340 Mahacek, Michael 348 Mahajani, Yash Mahammadie-Sabet, Michael 230 Maher, Conor 355 Maheshwari, Siddharth 357 Mahoney, Vandalena 74, 320, 324, 346 Mahony, William 230, 324, 325 Mahorn, Tianah Mahuna, Marc Maier, Sage Maiocco, Joseph 362 Mairs, Legend

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Maister, Daigny 346 Ma, Junyi Makabeh, Shauna 230 Makala Conner 332 Mak, Amanda 340 Makhlin, Jessica 230, 341, 343 Makielski, Jacob 326, 362 Makni, Bechir 347 Malabanan, Maureene 333 Mala, Hena Maldonado, Daniella 230, 326, 346 Maldonado, Gabriel Malekie, Andrew 354 Malig, Emily 329 Malinowski, Michael 165 Malkhasian, Garo Mallari, Catheryn 325, 326, 352 Malloy, Jake Malm, Delaney 331 Malonzo, Helene 230, 319, 340, 342 Malpani, Aashna 230 Mamar, Reema 230, 349 Mancuso, Chloe Mandaliya, Milan 357 Mandel, Cormic Mandel, Meghan 323 Mandema, Timothy 230 Mane Entertainment 154, 346 Manfredi Console, Luciano 230 Manganiello, John 325, 326, 362 Mangione, Matthew 230, 319, 348 Manipon, Jonythyn Gerald Manley, Katie 357 Manning, Ryan 230, 331, 360 Manning, Scott 326 Mann, Nicole 335 Mann, Thomas 355 Mansdorfer, Christopher 343 Mansoor, Mehreen

Mansour, Amir 230 Mantor, Beau 230, 319 Manuel, Mariya 319 Manwani, Radhika Manzari, Gabriella Manz, Veronica 371 Mao, Daniel 230 Mapes, Mitchell 354 Maples, Lilli 337 Maples, Robert 64, 316, 327 Mapua, Lorenzo 329, 362 Mapua, Sophia 340 Marano, Tyler Marcarelli, Lauren Marchesi, Nicole 353 Marchioni, Michael Marcial, Edgar 324 Marciano, Dominique Mardesich, Megan Mardin del Campo, Carlos 354 Marechal, Emmerson Mares, Elsie 326, 343, 350, 352 Marfice, John Marfice, Madeline 230 Margaret R. Bove Meditation and Sculpture Garden 24 Marguet, Michael Marian, Hayley 355 Mariani, Meghan 318, 345, 353 Marians Service Organization 90, 163, 346 Marinelli, Drew Marin, Isabelle 346 Marino, Nico 333, 353 Mariscal, Michael 231, 267 Mariz, Joshua Markfield, Felicia Markgraf, Jackson 333 Markle, Jacob 364 Mark, Nathan 355 Markowitz, Sarah 231, 329, 360 Markow, Paula 231, 330

LIONS UNITED NERDS FOR ACTIVISM Ahmad Khalifeh, Alexandra Bowman, Ally Scarpa, Alyssa Weisblatt, Daniela Villa, Harrison Brenner, Julia Williams, Kaitlyn McGloin, Lauren Holloway, Madeline McHugh, Samantha Leung and Taylor Woolstenhulme.

THE LMU OUTDOOR CLUB

THE LOFT Alec Negri, Arun Gulati, Brandon Kawano, Eliot Raymond, James Stephenson, Joshua Inman, Kasem Green, Marley Freygang, Miani Harkey, Natasha Behnam, Riley Dawson, Sophie Shook and Tom Felke.

LOS ANGELES LOYOLAN

EBOARD - Greg de Gersdorff, Jack Weil, Jared Swenson and Zach Boehnlein.

LMU SCREENWRITING CLUB Alexandra Bowman, Alfredo Achar, Alison Huntley, Alivia Hiller, Allison Waxman, Andrew Sawyer, Andrew Simmons, Andrey Varakin, Anne Becker, Armando Garcia, Ashley Fruth, Austin Bruns, Blake Middleton, Bonnie Harris, Bruce Kim, Connor Chang, Cora Clearly, Dale Campo, Dan Bhatt, Danielle Goh, Derek Buss, Devansh Nahata, Eva Peterson, Hannah Dawson, Hayden Setlik, Isaiah browning, Jack McGill, Jacob Cornblatt, Jason Asabere, Jose Aguila, Joseph Britton, Justin DeMesa, Justin Tang, Matteo Telloli-Weinfeld, Kagan Yurttas, Kiana Karimi, Lauren Delisle, Lawrence Gorney, Liam Nolan, Linnea Daregard, Mackenzie Drewe, Mallom Liggon, Maya Florin, Megan Yip, Nikky Rajavasireddy, Philip Brazelton, Quinn Bailey, Rachel Knight, Remzi Hazboun, Ristabh Trivedi, Robert Bushell, Rui Niu, Ryan Hopkins, Ryan Kelly, Scarlett Moberly, Scott Ji, Telloli-Weinfield, Thomas Richmond, Tom Radovich, Tristan Varma and Zhi Jiao.

Abby Pollak, Alec Harrison, Allison Crawford, Aurora Occelli, Cameron Woodard, Casey Lee, Chloe Cunningham, Christian Boggs, Cory Hutchinson, Diana Raynes, Elizabeth McCoy, Emilio Valencia, Emily Rawson, Emily Sullivan, Emma Yee, Eric Lee, Erin Ambrose, Gracie McManus, Hannah Baker, Hayden Blaz, Isabel Ngo, Izzie Berrent, Jacob Cornblatt, Jaida Macklin, Jason Munoz Jennifer Lee, Jessie Brown, Jonathan Santos, Jose Aguilla, Karis Addo-Quaye, Katie Randolph, Kay Reilly, Kayan Tara, Kayla Brogan, Kellie Chudzinski, Kevin Chan, Lauren Holmes, Lindsay McConnell, Matt Gaydos, Matt Gottard, Matthew Rodriguez, Megan Karbowski, Megan Loreto, Meghan Mariani, Alicia De Mello, Miles Thomas, Olivia Round, Olivia Schlosstein, Paris Shepherd, Peter Martin, Robyn De Leon, Sami Leung, Sami Leung, Shannon Tormey, Taylor Gage, Thomas Richmond, Tim de Vries and Xochitl Pasten.

MAGIS SERVICE ORGANIZATION Alexander Turk, Alfredo Hernandez, Alfredo Telona, Austin Bruns, Brian Hizon, Bridger Caicedo, Bryant Lin, Cameron Gray, Cayden Robison, Chris Perez, Colin Noel, Danico Pidlaoan, Daquan Bass, Del Smith, Donovan Moini, Eduardo Encina, Emmanuel Talusan, Emmett Barnes, Eric Carles, Facundo Gonzalez, Fernando Villagomez, Giovanni Di Franco, Hayden Tanabe, Jack Hicks, Jackson Watkins, James Byrne, James Pratt, Jared Gencarella, Joseph Cahn, Juan Sebastian Bernal, Marc Falcon, Marco Ramirez, Marcus Nordstrom, Mario Canchola, Mateen Zarekari, Matthew Carraher, Rad Guhit, Raphael Lamarca, Raul Ruiz, Riis Irving-Peterson, Rogers Li, Thomas Matthews, Vincent Hayward, Xavier Orozco and Zach Williams.

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MEChA DE LMU Alanis Gonzalez, Alejandra Vasquez, Alfonso Alvarez, Alma Flores, Alyssa Nevarez, America Negrete, Ana Romero, Andy Perez-Calderon, Angel Vazquez, Athena Martinez, Austin Diaz, Austin Raymundo, Barbara Velasco, Betsy Jauregui, Beverly Perez, Brenda Hernandez, Brenda Quintanilla, Briana Ortiz, Carla Arellano, Chris Lorenzo, Christopher Reynoso, Clara Melissa Cabrera, Claudia Alvarez, Cynthia Garcia, Daniel Herrera, Daniel Penula, Daniel Ramirez, David Ramirez, Delia Corrales, Devon Elmore, Diana Martinez, Eduardo Pablin, Emely Morales, Emilia Huerta, Erick Carranza, Ericka Sandoval, Guadalupe Razo Diaz, Gustavo Padilla, Isaac Cardenas, Isabel Gonzalez, Isabella Dennis, Isabella Lucero, Isabelle Marin, Jaky Martinez, Jasmine Segovia, Jazmin Quezada, Jenni Mendez, Jose Angel Aguila, Karina Orozco, Karolina Reyes, Larissa Ramirez, Liliana Medina, Lucia Gonzalez, Lydia Lopez-Wolfe, Maria Lopez Zamudio Mariana Ramirez, Mario Canchola, Mekleit Dix, Michelle Quintero, Natalia Hernandez, Nelson Peralta, Noemi Fernandez-Luna, Ofelia Pulido, Paige Prevost, Paloma Jacome-Bramkamp, Patty Gutierrez, Raymundo Andrade, Ruth Gomez, Sam Franco, Sebastian Arceo, Sharon Nat, Stephany Guerra, Tabitha Theard, Tatiana Estrada, Valeria Munoz, Vandalena Mahoney and Veronica Yepiz.

MINORITY ASSOCIATION OF PRE-MEDICAL STUDENTS MANE ENTERTAINMENT Adam Greger, Alexa Haskins, Alexis Straiten, Alicia Bernal, Ana Macaspac, Annika Honselaar, Atomic Thorson, Brandon Keyes, Caroline Doll, Claire Lanuza, Devin Castano, Ella McMahan, Henry Bacon, John Pereira, Jonathan Kokotajlo, Jordan Coley, Juan Bernal, Kaley Bunce, Kate Bianco, Luke O’Connor, Maje Adams, Mallory Wackerman, Marisa Whitmore, Matt Molina, Morgan Burroughs, Niall Sulcer, Remzi Hazboun, Simone Smith, Sofia Meisburger, Sonja Bales and Uakea Jose.

MARIANS SERVICE ORGANIZATION Alejandra Vasquez, Ashley Dargert, Ava Lekander, Beatrice Li, Chelsea Lin, Courtney Johnson, Daniella Maldonado, Diana Martinez, Edenne Chen, Emily Canas, Justina Esuola, Justine Roth, Kat Siao, Leah Daniel, Leilani Reyes, Morgan Penzella, Naomi Tesfaiohannes, Paige Hval, Priyanka Gupta, Ruby Wong, Sanj Sama, Vanessa Williams, Victoria Rodriguez and Xaida Wright.

MBA STUDENT ASSOCIATION Alan Golombek, Cheryl J Wong, D. Antione Dixon, Daigny Maister, David Vander Dussen, Derek Sigman, Erik Jorgensen, Jason Davis, Justine Martinez, Leonardo De Haro, Melissa Gerber, Nataly Blas, Patrick Dixon and Tamara Abdulmajee.

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Abdelrahman Hamza, Aira Wada, Waje, Alexandria Schuller, Alexys Garcia, Alicia Berger, Camila Solaria, Carlos Pachecho, Carolyn Egekeze, Cheyenne Taylor, Christina Dominguez, Claudia Altman, Da’Naya Mayes-Barnes, Deja Weber, Emily Jensen, Emilyn Cahn, Francesca Briones, Gabriel Huacuja, Genesis Cruz, Harman Brah, Iliana Crespin, Irene Qazi, Jacob Marmelejo, Jason Asabere, Juliana Kodama, Justina Esuola, Kevin Chang, Kylie Bethel, Ma’at Hembrick, Madison Davis, Madison Michel, Makala Conner, Makeen Yasar, Malachi Green, Marisa Carino, Mark Ashli, Michael Dea, Milagro JeanMarie-Tucker, Muhammad Tar, Naomi Tesafaiohannes, Nathalie Ngwana, Nicholas Yeo, Nicole Ann Villa, Orlandus Miller, Phaedra Johnson, Phyo Maung, Rayana Connell, Saira Shah, Shanece Wells,Susanne Carpenter, Sydney Adams, Taylor Nornes, Tiana Travis, Udochi Nwosu, Vanessa Williams, Vanez Paredes, Veronica Pacheco, Victoria Onyike, Xaida Wright, Yeabsira Mesfin and Zachary Dombrowik.

Marks, Anita Marks, Tyler 355, 362, 371 Markusson, Mattias 322 Marmolejo, Jacob 343, 346 Maroney, Kiera 336, 350 Marquez, Christian Marquez, Gabby 318 Marquez, Logan 333 Marquez, Lorenzo 350 Marquez, Samantha 336 Marron, Margaret 231, 329 Marshall, Megan 329, 353 Marshall, Tailer 352 Martel, Antoine 333 Martin, Alexis 231 Martina Reyes, Kimberly 333 Martin, Daniel 355 Martin del Campo, Carlos 324 Martin Del Campo, Ricardo 231 Martin, Ellery 353, 359 Martinez, Andre 42 Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Athena 77, 231, 321, 346 Martinez, Austin 362, 371 Martinez, Christina 321, 326, 352 Martinez, David Monge Martinez, Diana 90, 231, 324, 343, 346 Martinez, Emily 358 Martinez-Fuentes, Katherine 231, 319 Martinez, Jacqueline 231, 336, 346 Martinez, Jeannette 326, 327 Martinez, Jorge 327 Martinez, Joseph Martinez, Judith 321 Martinez, Justine 346 Martinez, Katrina 231 Martinez, Matthew 342 Martinez, Michael 324 Martinez, Nicolas

Martinez, Oscar Martinez Reyes, Kimberly 231 Martinez-Sanchez, Melissa 231 Martinez, Victoria 343 Martin-Hansen, April 331 Martin, Imani 323, 324, 348 Martini, Mathew Martin, Kevin Martin, Madison 326, 327 Martin, Megan 357, 359 Martino, Riann Martin, Peter 345 Martin, Shane P. 314 Martin, Sophia 350 Martin, Taylor 331 Martin, William 356 Martirosyan, Hripsime 231, 350 Martocchio, Toneata 231 Martorano, Elizabeth 340 Martuccio, Leir Martucci, Ryanne 327 Martz, Jamie Marukyan, Armine 231, 329 Marymount Center 24 Mary Schell 359 Marzovilla, Julia 113, 205, 231, 329 Masedo, Giselle 328 Maser-Katter, Darren 337, 352 Mason, Charles 324 Masri, Chelsea 231, 340, 355 Massey, Emily Masson, Megan 336 Masuda, Taylor Ann 231, 320, 329, 349 Ma, Sum YI Matherly, Chase Mathews, Colby Matias, Amanuel Matkins, Kara Matoesian, Stephen Matoi, Lindsey 64, 231, 320, 357, 361 Matoseian, Stephen 354

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Matossian, Marc 231, 320, 325 Matsuda, Kane Matsumoto, Madison 331 Matsuzaki, Brayden 231, 338 Matsuzaki, Travis 333 Matthews, Derek 333 Matthews, Madelyn 356 Matthews, Thomas 35, 334, 345 Matthiessen, Olivia Mattia, Anna 231, 348 Mattos, Lauree Anne De Mauldwin, Lauren 343 Maung, Phyo 231, 346 Mauriss, Samantha 231, 326 Maviglia, Alessandro Maxey, Jared 333 Mayer, Adrian 354 Mayes-Barnes, Da’Naya 346 May, Katelyn 336, 350 Maynes, Ruben 329 May, Tanesha 317 May, Thomas 87, 231, 350 MBA Student Association 346 McAlpine, Olivia McAnally, Kay 324, 348 McAnally, Mary Kathleen McBride, James McCaffrey, Mary-Ings 59 McCann, Kelly 231, 319 McCardell, Samara 323, 324 McCardie, Kilan 324 McCarthy, Conor McCarthy, Jacob McCarthy, Marisa 231, 329 McCarthy, Rowan McCarty, Lillian 164, 355, 356 McCaslin, Wesley McCauley, Sara 319, 342 McClafferty, John McClafferty, Kaden McClain, Colleen 342 McClean, Morgan McClellan, Emma 321, 357 McClendon, Jeffery 322 McCollough, Abigail 353

McConnell, Lindsay 345 McCord, Megan 329 McCormick, Sean 352, 362 McCoy, Elizabeth 326, 336, 345 McCrory, Lee 232, 342 McCrum, Zoe 232 McCullough, Erin McCully, Ryan 332 McDonald, Astrid 232 McDonald, Elise McDonald, Shane 342 McDonald, Timothy McElroy, Mackenzie 336, 337, 350 McElroy, Omri 232, 325, 330 McFadden, Chase McGannon, Casey McGarrigal, Kyle McGarry, Shannon McGarvey, Abigale 319 McGee, Ashleigh McGee, Cory 364 McGillivray, Karrie McGill, Jack 340, 345 McGinnis, Courtney McGloin, Kaitlyn 345 McGovern, Sinead McGrath, Daniel 232, 338, 360 McGrath, Taylor McGrath, Yuka McGraw, Ellen McGrogan, Summer McHugh, Madeline 345 McInerney, Kevin McKay, Thea 328 McKeegan, Macy 43, 326, 336, 350 McKeever, Marshall Mckenna, Lauren Mckenney, Michael McKenzie, Sarah 331, 348 Mckibbin, Kellyn McLain, Evan 43 McLamb, Colleen 232, 325, 329, 349 McLaughlin, Elizabeth 232

McLaughlin, Hailey 356 McLennan, Jordan 327, 362, 371 McLoughlin, Brendan 324 McMahan, Ella 338, 346 McMahon, Gavin McMahon, Pierce 354 McMahon, Thomas McManamon, Jane 232, 339 McManus, Grace 232 McManus, Timothy McMechan, Hannah 232 McMorrow, Seamus 333 McMullen, Kaya 232 McNair, Lauren McNally, Xavier McNeil, Mia 232, 333 McNiff, Owen 232, 327, 342, 362 McPartlan, Matthew McQuade, Sabrina Mead, Mackenzie Meagher, Tara 323, 352 Mea, Mackenzie 363 Mearns, Alix Mecha de LMU 76, 77, 346 Mech, Haley 356 Medapa, Amshu Medina, Desiree Medina, Dr. Herbert 81 Medina, Liliana 346 Medina, Nicolas 349 Medina, Savannah Medlin, Abigail Medrano, Valeria Medved, Madison 232, 356 Meedk, Alexandra 331 Meegan, Amanda 326, 333, 337 Meehan, Keefer Meek, Alexandra 350 Meeks, Cameron 335 Meeting Christ in Faith and Art 23 Mehdikhanian, Jacqueline 232 Mehta, Simran 355 Meiliany, Cindy

Meilleur, Dorien 325 Meisburger, Sofia 346 Meizar, Armansyah Mejia, Laura Mejia, Nicole 232 Mekbib, Serdion Mekhitarian, Erin 232, 350 Melamed, Eliot 331, 353 Melchor, Alvaro Melendez, Alexxa 232, 333 Melendres, Giselle Melendrez, Luis Melin, Daniel 324, 326 Melkonian, Emily Mello, Alicia De 345 Menai, Ameer Menashe, Gabriela 336 Menchaca, Angel 343 Menchero, Marina 232, 261, 350 Mendelson, Rachel Mendez, Candela 348 Mendez, Jenni 346 Mendoza, Amanda 352 Mendoza, Colette Mendoza, Isidro 106 Mendoza, Maria Janessa 232, 320 Mendoza, Maryela 320, 357 Menefee, Kate Alexandra 360 Menezes, Michael 232 Menicucci, Natalie 319 Menjivar, Jaylene 232, 354 Menjivar-Pena, Bryant 232 Men’s Club 322, 355, 363 Men’s Club Lacrosse 342 Men’s Cross Country & Track (NCAA) 327 Men’s Golf (NCAA) 335 Men’s Ice Hockey 338 Men’s Rugby Club 353 Mentzer, Heather Menzagopian, Jack 320 Mercado, Javier 164, 324 Mercado, Taylor 232, 320, 331, 348, 361 Meregillano, Tara 232, 330,

MUSLIM STUDENT LIFE Abdullah Alyaseen, Abdulrahman Hamz, Bader Alghunaim, Bechir Makni, Dr. Amir Hussain

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS Arielle Brumfield, Christiana Davis, Gary Dauphin, Hunter Patterson, Jermaine Johnson, Tallie Spencer and Victoria Lucien.

NATIONAL DANCE EDUCATION ORGANIZATION Abby Miller, Allie Green, Caeli Koizumi, Cassidy Gempler, Celine Chai, Courtney Sprouse, Eva Crystal, Gillian Ebersole, Hailey Transue, Haley Hoekstra, Haley Smith, Kay Hampton, Lauren Delisle and Reagan Ricossa.

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NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS Brianna Samuels, Carolyn Egekeze, Devon Elmore, Imani Martin, Jordan Sanders, Jordyn Polk, Kesterlyn Wilson, Tahirih Toche and Taylor Mercado.

NIKKEI STUDENT UNION Adam Hirata, Anna Ostrowski, Brianna Sawai, Bridget Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor, Calla Kelley-Renda, Chrystal Shek, Dion Dang, Emilia Huert, Eric Cheng, Jin Kim, Kelly Sano, Kelli Wong, Kylie Yeung, Lauree Anne De Mattos, Luke Shinoda, Marissa Yonamine, Marlene Jensen, Michael Saito, Megan Yip, Miya Strait, Natriya Chun,Rowan Lee, Samantha Chiu, Sarah Mckenzie, Stephanie Morikawa, Teddy Hsai, Teddy Tran, Tiffany Tang, Tyler Quan and Yuen Sum Yim.

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NOTEORIOUS Christine Cho, David Hassel, Devon Rosenberg, Ella Baca, Jack Foley, Jaret Balba, Kaitlin Poole, Kay McAnally, Matthew Mangione, Mia Caro, Michael Mahacek, Michael Yang, Priscilla Moreno, Rachel Haik, Sebastian Pereira, Taylor Rumm, Tyler Johnson and Veda Ashok.

ON ANOTHER NOTE Alexia Filler, Anna Mattia, Anna Mueller, Candela Mendez, Cascina Caradonna, Emma Holzer, Grace Wroblewski, Jennifer Fink, Kaitlyn Behrens, Kelly Levine, Kim Caltagirone, Lauren Kelly, Laurine Forget, Maddy Sacks and Shannon Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Kane.

340, 343, 352 Meris, Michael 333 Merizalde, Sofia Merkl, Katherine 21, 232, 362, 277 Merlino, Leif 324 Meroth, Leonora 320 Merryman, Emma 232, 319 Mertz, Michaela 318, 344, 355 Mesa-Baron, Carlos Mesa, Gilberto Mesfin, Yeabsira 327, 344, 346, 349, 358 Messenger, Nicholas 232 Messina, Michael 342 Metcalf, Lina 343, 350 Metelus, Kevin 233, 321 Michael, Claire 319, 326 Michael, Clarissa Michaelian, Maya Michelini, Emma 357 Michel, Jose 233, 319 Michel, Madison 346, 350 Middleton, Blake 329, 345 Mieling, William 233, 354 Mier y Teran, Santiago Mietka, Filip 233, 354 Migaki, Erin 233, 350 Migdal, James Mijic, Josip Mikami, Kristi 325 Mikol, Miliano 334 Milanesa, Kateri 336 Miles Chow 359 Millado, Nicole 233, 334 Millenia, Agnes 336 Miller, Abigail 233, 340, 347, 349, 369 Miller, Amanda 233, 350 Miller, Andrew 233, 342 Miller, Ariana 351 Miller, Brant 51, 233, 324 Miller, Carson 326, 338, 342, 350 Miller, Haylee 336 Miller, Kai Miller, Kellie 331

Miller, Kelly Miller, Kendall 233, 276, 331 Miller, Lana Miller, Madeline 325, 350 Miller, Max 327 Miller, Orlandus 346 Miller, Richard Miller, Savannah Miller, Spencer Millhorn, Andrea 320, 357 Milligan, Dru 233 Milligan, Levi Mims, Khaii Minardi, Maile 319 Mines, Addison Mines, Reese Mingrone, William 354 Ming, Zhou Yi 336 Min, Johnson 341 Minkus, Andrew Minority Association of PreMedical Students 346 Minteer, Sophie 350 Minutaglio, Nicholas 324 Minzer, Isabel 350 Miramontes, Valeria 325 Miranda, David 333 Miranda, Delmira 233 Miranda, Javier Miree, Alyssa 233, 342 Miro, Nicole 336 Miroshnichenko, Veronika 172, 361 Mirzaian, Alina 320, 350 Mirzai, Nina 350 Misceo, Mariangela 104, 318, 326 Missick, Kya 326, 359 Mita, Codey Mitchel, Briana Mitchell, Evan Mitchell, Katherine 233, 350 Mitchell, Megan 233, 350 Mitchell, Peter 233 Mitchell, Samuel Miyake, Maxwell 362, 371 Miya, Krista 355 Mizani, Shiva

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Moalmi, Joshua Moberly, Scarlett 345 Mock, Alicia 104, 333 Modica, Anthony 338 Mody, Katyayani 357 Moe, Aye Myat Moe Moenter, Lukas 359, 361 Moghtader, Daniel Moini, Donovan 326, 345, 352 Molina, Alejandra Loperena Molina, Manuel Molina, Matthew 338, 346 Molina, Melanie 233, 264, 329, 343 Molitor, Mary 233 Molloy, Jacob 354 Molloy, Morgan 364 Molt, Malory 233 Monfared, Sydney Monshizadeh, Armaan 355 Montano, Yesenia Montasser, Hanna Montazami, Nicholas 354 Montejano, Divina Montelongo, Bereniz 330, 333 Montes, Anthony 233, 326 Montes De Oca, Andrea Montgomery, Anya Montgomery, Isabella 338 Montgomery, Morgan Montoya, Anastasia 233, 340 Montoya, Ayla 233, 320, 355 Montoya, Kevin 233, 349, 354 Monyei, Monique 324, 326, 352 Moody, Chelsea Mooney, Laurel 62, 326, 331, 333, 336, 362 Moore, Casey 354 Moore, Derek Moore, Douglas 313 Moore, Jordan 233, 343 Moore, Kyra 352 Moore, McKenzie

Moore, Melyssa 364 Moores, Benjamin 324 Moore, Tatum 233 Mora, Denise 233, 343 Morado, Melissa 318 Morales, Emely 120, 147, 333, 339, 346 Morales, Krista Mae 233, 331, 349 Morales, Yuritzy Morano, Kalynn 333 Moran, Shannon 318 Mora, Rigo 327 More, Janhavi 355 Morello, Alessio Moreno, Christian 234 Moreno, Daniella 329 Moreno, Lucas 359, 361 Moreno, Marc 92, 338 Moreno, Priscilla 348 Moreno, Rachael 329 Moreno-Takegami, Marc 234, 276, 319 Moreno, Victoria Arevalo Morgan, Kaitlin Morgan, Natalia 234 Morgan, Reed 327 Morgan, Summer 319 Mori, Amy Moriarty, Finn Mo, Ricky 342 Morikawa, Stephanie 348 Morin, Olivia Morlock, Natalie 359, 361 Morones, Carlyn 234, 331 Morris-Holm, Tiffany 350 Morris, James 327 Morris, Leah 234, 350 Morris, Lowell 360 Morrison, Lauren 324, 352 Morris, Spencer 325 Morris, Stephen Morrow, Alexis 323, 363 Morse, Olivia 356 Morton, Hannah 329 Morton, Margaret 234, 303 Morton, Sophia 351 Moser, Rachelle

ONE NIGHT STANZAS

OXFAM AMERICA CLUB

Ben Kern, Brady Petrik, Bridger Caicedo, Cameron Kauffman, Christian Roman, Dan Ostrander, Devon Elmore, Elissa Pierce, Giselle Durand, Jackie Galvez, Jonah Nelson, Juan Bernal, Kammy Carbone, Lucille Njoo, Madison Hansen, Maje Adams, Megan Lee, Nick Alling, Samantha Geier and Zach Birdsall.

OPERATION SMILE Carly Tse, Chad Louie, Kat Jimenez, Matt Takeuchi, Susanne Carpenter and Yeabsira Mesfin.

ORDER OF OMEGA Abigail Miller, Alexa Brand, Blair Hamilton, Colleen McLamb, Ellery Simpson, Fiona Shorrock, Jordan Detamore, Kevin Montoya, Kyle Clark, Lauren Eagan, Lawrence Daves, Megan Glendinning, Megan Pepi, Nicolas Breceda, Rachel Askenazi, Rachel Hanley, Sabrina Leung, Stefanie Rodriguez, Taylor Masuda and Zachary Goldstein.

Brooke Duplantier, Ed Kershaw, Elena Alcerro, Jennifer de Rutte, Joe Coleman, John Lopez, Kirby Townsend, Mikayla Sweitzer, Reema Mamar and Taylor Brewer.

THE PADRE PIO SOCIETY Christian J. Garcia, Delano Perera, Dominic Peters, Dr. Christopher Kaczor, Fabio Cabezas, Jeffrey Roxas, Jimmy Vivar, Jonah Nelson, Luis Cacho, Maya Washington, Robert Joseph Hernandez and Shannon Hayes.

PHI ALPHA THETA Abigail Marie Goad, Alison F. Huntley, Dominic Budetti, Elyse Lorraine Ford, Krista Morales, Marie-Christine Camille Quintana, Mario A. Gallardo, Maxwell Ashton, Nicolas Medina, Theo Luciano Lopez, Thomas Duncan and William John Fraipont.

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PHI DELTA PHI Alex Dashwood, Alexandra Daly, Alexandra Meek, Alexis Quintana, Alina Mirzaian, Andre Yip, Andrew Lee, Anna Thompson, Brandon Kawano, Bryana Yarborough, Brynn Bodair, Cameron Young-Harry, Catherine Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill, Daniel Saldivar, Darlene Zarazu, Deirdre Durkan-Simonds, Dominic Budetti, Elsie Mares, Eric Berninzon, Hannah Khatib, Hripsime Martirosyan, Jack Palen, Jacqueline Dilanchyan, Jordyn Wedell, Joryn Calhoun, Katherine Gonzales, Katrina Crosby, Lewis Balfour, Lorenzo Marquez, Matthew Carraher, Maya Conteras, Megan Takemoto, Nayar Islam, Nicholas Kinkead, Nina Mirzai, Prenny Yaghobi, Robby Born, Sarah Nicolas, Tatiana Estrada, Tiffany Morris-Holm and Willie Okamoto.

PHI DELTA THETA Alec Ogden, Alexander Velasquez, Andrew Swanson, Anthony Prodis, Ayush Narayan, Benjamin Kern, Benjamin Kunz, Brandon Tan, Carl Cooper, Colby Groom, Cole Peterson, Cole Templer, Corey Hambly, Cristian Ornelas, Dan Encinales, Danico Pidlaoan, Daniel Dols, David Douthit, Diego Orzoco, Eric Peacock, Erick Estrada, Evan Lopez, Freddy Soltero, Gabriel Likens, Garett Rose, Harman Deol, Jonathan Guerrero, Jordan Arredondo, Joshua Spaugh, Julien Stone-Zachery, Marc Falcon, Matt Muller, Matthew Gaydos, Matthew Rodriguez, Maxwell Lloyd, Michael Mudy, Nicolas Breceda, Peter Berquist, Phillip Brown, Richie Jablonski, Riley Smith, Ryan Hartnett, Ryan Riebe, Sean Pontikos, Sesar Juarez, Thomas May and Wally Dryden.

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PI BETA PHI Abigail Braccia, Abigail Zimmerman, Alanna Granados, Alexandra Cooper, Alexandra Randazzo, Alexis Fenster, Alexis Straiten, Allison Sarbaum, Amanda Lazzarone, Amanda Miller, Anna Pasano, Annie Strugatsky, Avni Nadar, Blaire Epstein, Brianna Berkhout, Brianna Fleming, Brittany Amber, Brynne Weed, Camille Bryan, Caroline Jacquet, Carolynn Grainger, Carson Miller, Christa Demos, Christina Galajan, Christina Hacobian, Claire Nakaki, Clara Hill, Courtney Perry, Danielle Blackhart, Daryn Kuhlman, Delaney Frize, Elise Nagy, Elissa Pierce, Elizabeth Bardos, Elizabeth Bromley, Emelia Vierra, Erin Mekhitarian, Erin Migaki, Eva Crystal, Fiona Shorrock, Grace Bolen, Haley Loeffler, Hannah Caruso, Hannah Want, Hutten Heinsberg, Isabel Minzer, Jayna Ortiz, Jessica Gabor, Jessica Lucero, Jolie Vanier, Jordan Raymond, Julia Liebowitz, Kaitlin Poole, Kaley Bunce, Karley Porras, Katelyn Kingsmore, Katelyn May, Katelyn Nguyen, Katherine Mitchell, Kathryn Randolph, Kealani Tirona, Kelty Hori, Kiera Maroney, Kristen Wagner, Kylie Pollack, Laura Valdepenas, Lauren Eagan, Leah Morris, Leah Spitz, Lilia Cargill, Lina Metcalf, Loni Weger, Mackenzie McElroy, Mackenzie Murray, Macy McKeegan, Madalyn Hawes, Madeline Miller, Madeline Wiegel, Madison Michel, Mariah Maglalang, Marina Menchero, Megan Mitchell, Mia Rand, Mollie French, Morgan Hinshaw, Naomi Vieira, Natalie Pita, Natalie Waite, Natasha Behnam, Nicole Brunetta, Nicole Bustamante, Nina Erquiaga, Rachel Haik, Rachel Harris, Rachel Leisten, Rainey Lynch, Reagan Ricossa, Rebecca DePalma, Rebecca Hunsberger, Sabrina Hill, Sabrina Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Reilly, Samantha Lent, Sarah Goulart, Sarita Gulati, Scarlett Sanchez, Sophia Martin, Sophia Scattaglia, Sophie Minteer, Sophie Nelson, Stephanie Gimenez, Stephanie Kireopoulos, Tasneem Zarroug, Theresa Siri, Tiffany Sidney and Victoria Baxter.

Moses, Mercedes Moses, Vanamary Moslehi, Rameen Mossayi, Emma Moss, Edward 364 Moss, Sophia Mostrom, Morgan 234, 324, 340, 342 Mouser, Chase Moutoux, Nina 329 Movaliya, Rajvi Mow, Spencer 234 Moy, Erica 234 Moy, Katie 234 Mozilo, Michael 335 Mucci, Tyler 234, 324 Muccular, Stephan 324, 325, 330 Mudhaf, Salem Al Mudy, Michael 350 Muegniot, Jamie 359 Mueller, Anna 348 Mui, Heidi 340 Mui, Hoi Tik Mukaigawa, Landon Mulcahy, Gavin 362 Muldoon, Nicole 117 Mulia, Yesaya Muljadi, Stuart Mullaney, Isabella 325 Mullen, Michael J. 24 Mullens, Rachel 153, 234, 329, 336, 337, 354 Muller, Matthew 330, 350 Muller, Parker Mullett, Emily 234, 319 Mulliken, John Mulvihill, Sean Mulzac, Thomas Mummert, Mia Calhoun 331 Muna Boral., Sayantika 344 Mundo, George 338 Mungia, Ariana 329 Munoz, Jason Munoz, Kevin Munoz, Kyle 340 Munoz, Michael Munoz, Teresa 234

Munoz, Valeria 234, 320, 346 Munshi, Divyya 357 Munsif, Shivaan Rajen Munson, Annie 153, 337, 358 Munson, KatharineAnn 234, 329 Munster, Samuel Murashige, John 234 Murata, Rachel 326, 340, 352 Murillo, Damian Murillo, Emet Murphy, Genevieve 319 Murphy, Joseph 358 Murphy, Keith 356 Murphy, Malia 179, 325, 329 Murphy, Meghan 234, 340 Murphy, Quinn 343 Murphy, Shayne 234 Murray, Alexis Murray, Joe 322 Murray, Julia 340 Murray, Mackenzie 234, 350 Murrieta, Jayden 234, 340 Musa, Evan 354 Muskat, Kelly 329, 340 Muslar, Elena 75 Muslim Student Life 27, 347 Musso, Frank 320, 324 Mustamandi, Miriam Mutch, Morgan 234, 284 Muto, John 234, 336 Mya, Thant Win Myat Moe Moe, Aye 333, 336 Myatt, Serena Myers, Alex 357 Myers, Alexander Myers, Jackson 339, 354 Myers, Marcus 234, 333

Nn Nachawati, Sheryne 318 Nadar, Avni 234, 334, 350

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Nadji, Sofia Na, Ellen 329 Nagai, Grant 351 Nagasawa, Kelli 331 Nagendran, Shanaya 357 Nagesh, Nitesh 333 Naghi, Sarah Nagle, Gilbert Nagy, Elise 350 Nahata, Devansh 343, 345, 352 Nahedh, Mariam Al Nahin, Amanda 319, 331 Najera, Natalie Nakaki, Claire 350 Nakamura, Hikaru 234, 318 Nakashima, Dana 152, 234, 340 Naliwajko, Ashley 324 Nam, Abraham Namba, Liam 354 Nam, Brandon Nanez, Sally Nang, Woe Noe Kham Nann, Davis 112, 324, 339, 343 Napierkowski, Rachel Napier, Nicole 329 Narag, Andrew 320, 336, 340 Narang, Pranav Narang, Shiven Narayan, Ayush 350, 357 Narayan, Rishaun 234 Narayan, Sanjali Narvick, Kendal Naryan, Rishaun (Adrian) 360 Nash, Alistair 321 Nash, Ambre Nasr, Natalie 235 Nassif, Steven 353 Natalie Morlock 359 Natareno, Elder Nathan, Brenner 330, 333 National Dance Education Organization 347 National School Walkout

Day 161 National Society of Black Engineers 348 Nat, Sharon 331, 346 Naughton, Colin Naum, Christopher 362 Nava, Diego 175, 361 Navarro, Matthew 320, 321 Navato, Jazmin 21, 35, 97, 235, 56, 39 Nazarian, Davina Ndilula, Naukalemo Neal, Nicole Neal, Spencer 322 Neary, Alexa 331 Nederend, Veronica 28, 176, 323 Neely, Kourtnei Neffner, Michael Negi, Erika Negrete, America 346 Negri, Alexander 345, 354 Nehme, Kristie Neininger, Mikeala 235, 333, 358 Nelson, Andrew 354, 358 Nelson, Johnathan Nelson, Jonah 326, 349 Nelson, Sophie 235, 343, 350 Nelson, Swepson 324 Nelson, Tom 371 Nemec, Kamyl 340 Neri, Juan 320 Neshat, Ryan Netflix 44 Neumaier, Madison 336 Nevare, Daniela 336 Nevarez, Alyssa 346 Nevarez, Daniela Nevill, John 333 Nevin, Sean 320, 324, 361 Newkirk, Hannah Newman, Lauren 235 Newton, Kaya 333, 355 Ng, Crystal Ngo, Isabel 319, 338, 340, 345

Ngo, Khanh-Van 235 Nguyen, Benjamin 340 Nguyen, Brandon 340 Nguyen, Bryan 235 Nguyen, Cristalina Nguyen, Felix 324 Nguyen, Katelyn 350 Nguyen, Kevin 235 Nguyen, Lina 340, 355 Nguyen, Michelle 343 Nguyen, Neilson 338, 340 Nguyen, Paolo 327, 343 Nguyen, Quang 235, 340 Nguyen, Rachel 336, 340 Nguyen, Thao Nguyen, Thong 235 Nguyen, Thuy Nguyen, Victoria 319, 327 Nguyen, Viviane 235, 294, 324, 332 Ngwana, Nathalie 346 Ng, Yuk Jack Nicely, Marissa Nicholas, Maximilian 324 Nickel, Riley 327 Nick Smith 332 Nicolas, Sarah 340, 350 Nicole Schiel 359 Nico Noriega 332 Nicotra, Jenna Niedbalski, Nina 235, 327 Nielsen, Olivia 338, 361 Nikkei Student Union 348 Nilarp, Roland 333 Niles, Amanda Kathleen 235, 297 Niles, David 360 Nilrap, Roland 320 Nimmers-Minor, John 333 Ninonuevo, Kristen 340, 352 Nishi, Alyssa 336, 340 Nisich, Anthony 48, 333 Niu, Rui 326, 345 Njoo, Lucille 321, 349, 357, 365 No, Billy Noble, John

Noble, Rachael 358 Noble, Samantha 324 Noel, Colin 340, 345 Nogacki, Nastazia Nolan, Liam 345, 363 Nolan, Olivia 329 Noori, Nikki 331 Norden, Evelina Van Nordstrom, Marcus 235, 318, 345 Noriega, Nicolas 324, 332, 340 Norman, Mattie 354 Nornes, Taylor 346 Norris, Kelli Norris, Madison Nossiff, Olivia 338 Noteorious 348 Notter, Sophia 336, 343 Nourayi, Kelsey 317 Nouri, Sara Novak, Kaelyn 325 Novello, Nicholas Novotny, Matthew 235, 354 Ntovas, Sophia 326, 353 Nulud, Maria Angelika Nunes, Mary 235 Nunes, Mitchell 342 Nunez, Cassandra 318 Nunez, Danielle 320, 328, 359 Nunez, Savannah 318 Nuno, Jose 320 Nwabuzoh, Christina 235, 333 Nwosu, Udochi 346

POSITIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT AND RECOGNITION Alexandra Randazzo, Alexis Straighten, Ali Oswald, Brianna Berkhout, Christina Hacobian, Cynthia Sawaya, Dana Storbeck, GraceBolen, Jordan Pittsey, Madalyn Hawes, Natalie Waite, Nicole Brunetta,Sofia Pedraza , Sophia Morton, Tiffany Lum, Violet Bullock and Zoe Bell.

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PUBLIC RELATIONS STUDENT SOCIETY OF AMERICA

Oakes, Rachel Obatusin, Timilehin Obdzhanyan, Kathy Ober, Brennan 320 O’Brien, Ian O’Brien, Lexie O’Brien, Michael O’Brien, Nicholas

Alexandra B’Llamas-Reynoso, Annika Hattori, Ariana Miller, Aubrey Fischer, Dalton Green, Destinee DuBose, Emily Erves, Holly Schow, Kasey Sobierajski, Kayla Hefter, Lauren Holmes, Macaline Westendorf, Melissa Lewis, Meredith Kurt, Nathalie Rubin, Nina Antony, Quinn Heinrich, Robert Crane and Tiffany Parham.

QED CLUB Dr. Erin Stackle, Luke Blong, Matthew Carraher, Numa Dorling, Grant Nagai and Brooke Piedra.

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RADIX Al Bernal, Alex Esclamado, Alfred Arizala, Allyson Aranez, Alyssa Rios, Ann Warque, Darren Maser-Katter, Derrick Valdez, Fosse Lin-Bianco, Jared Soliman, Kayci Smith, Kristen Ninonuevo, Lizzy Grosvenor, Marissa Ooi, Marissa Yonamine, Mateo Rudich, Meg Sillivos, Michelle Fong, Parker Charles, Rachel Murata, Sagar Patel and Tara Meregillano.

RESIDENCE HALL ASSOCIATION Adriana Donkers, Aidan Clark, Alexandra B’Llamas-Reynoso, Allison Ramirez, Amada Reyes, Amanda Kassela, Amanda Mendoza, Ammy Rojas, Anna Zagorski, Anne Becker, Antonella Doblanovic, Ariana Skeeland, Ashley Beuhler, Ashley Simon, Ayla Khoshaba, Benjamin Spezia, Binh-An Do, Bretta Lichtenwaler, Camille Bennett, Catherine O’Neill, Catheryn Mallari, Christina martinez, Claire Granich, Dario Gutierrez, David Au, David Ramirez, Deja Webber, Denasia Hamilton, Devansh Nahata, Devon Elmore, Donna Borges, Donovan Moini, Dylan Resnick, Eli Shillinger, Elizabeth Ladd, Elizabeth Smillie, Elsie Mares, Emily Sullivan, Emma Rust, Erica Choe, Erin Purnell, Fosse Lin-Bianco, Gabriel Say, Grace Bernal, Isaiah Brown, Izael Duenas, Jackson Palen, Jasmin Bumpas, Jay Shah, Jeffrey Shoji, Joanna Colasanto, Jordan Pace, Jose Garcia, Joseph Britton, Julien Stone-Zackery, Kaityln Maddigan, Karly Ranek, Kate Garofalo, Katherine Peterson, Kris Gandhi, Kyle DeBlois, Kyle Wilson, Kyra Moore, Lauren Morrison, Leigh Lewis, Leonardo Garcia Cerecedo, Leonardo Gonzalez-Smith, Lily Catrone, Lucy Brandstrader, Maile Cutter, Marc Sunga, Marena Trujillo, Mario Colace, Mark Lucescu, Mary Ings-McCaffrey, Meagan Wagner, Meredith Richter, Mikayla Gingrey-Osborne, Monique Monyei, Nelson Poon, Nicholas Alling, Nicholas Smith, Olivia Brimacomb, Olivia Chevance, Prenny Yaghobi, Ria Sodha, Richard Guints, Roxanna Shahraki, Sabrina Nicole Khoury, Samantha Lent, Samantha Wanket, Samuel Cassidy, Sarah Olsen, Sean McCormick, Shaina Rojas, Shaye Gill, Shonnu Ba Thaung, Simone Smith, Siobhan Collins, Sky Xavier, Sydney Graul, Tailer Marshall, Talia Caya, Tara Meagher, Taylor Woolstenhulme, Tyra Parrish and Victoria Ramirez.

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O’Brien, Samantha 329 O’Brien, Thomas 321, 336 Ocana, Joshua 235, 339, 363 Occelli, Aurora 345 Ochi, Hiromi 343 Ochikubo, Erin 235, 327, 336 Ochoa, Kaitlyn Ochoifeoma, Chima Ochsner, Thomas O’Connor, Bridget 98, 348 O’Connor, Kian 342 O’Connor, Luke 346, 360 Odell, Juliett Odencrantz, Aisea 340 Odian, Raven 235, 320, 333, 357, 361 O’Doherty, Ryan O’Donnell, Shane 324, 327 O’Donovan, Conor Oen, Mikko Office of the Registrar 371 Ogden, Alec 350 Oglesby, Thanh Duyen O’Halloran, Thomas O’Hara, Alexandra 329, 331 O’Hara, Brady 104, 354 O’Hara, Jayne O’Hara, MacKenna Ohata, Mika 235 Oh, Daniel 334 Ohiomoba, Chukwuebuka 235, 324 Ohler, Jenna Ojeda, Jordann 358 Okamoto, William 350, 354 Okamura, Molly 236, 319 O’Kane, Shannon 326, 348 O’Keefe, Riley 330 Okojie, Eramekhose 324 Okrasa, Maximilian 334, 353 Olarte, Ryan 333 Oliden, Daniel Olivares, Eileen Olivas, Evan Oliver, Annie 340 Oliver, Tori 236, 318 Olk, Rena Oller, Kyle

Olsen, Evan Olsen, Sarah 352 Olson, Allison 198 Olson, Gregory 324 Olson, Luke Olson, Nicholas O’Mara, Sabrina 319, 320 Omar, Giselle Omar, Saiseban 236, 344 On Another Note 348 O’Neal, Mary 331 O’Neill, Catherine 332, 350, 352 O’Neill, Channing 333 O’Neill, James O’Neill, Kelly O’Neil, Margaret 360 One Night Stanzas 349 Ongdra, Pema Ong, Spencer On, Nathan Ontiveros, Elias 62 Ontiveros, Isabella 317, 320 Onyekwelu, Fr. Uche 327 Onyike, Victoria 324, 325, 344, 346 Ooi, Marissa 340, 352, 355 Oosterhouse, Devin 329 Operation Smile 349 Ordaz, Amanda 192, 327 Order of Omega 349 Orduna, Cynthia O’Reilly, Brigid 235, 354 O’Reilly, Joseph 329 O’Reilly, Sabrina 235, 350 Oreskovich, Olivia 138, 319, 331, 358 Organista, Veronica 109 Orlita, Jacob 236, 327, 333, 355 Ornelas, Cristian 350, 359 Orozco, Diego Orozco, Karina 346 Orozco, Oscar Orozco, Xavier 324, 326, 345 Orpelli, Lorien Orsen, Adele Ortega, Angelica 360

Ortega, Claire 236, 343 Ortega, Louis Ortega, Roberto Ortiz, Alexandria 359 Ortiz, Briana 339, 346, 354 Ortiz, Jayna 350 Ortiz, Jeanne 51, 313 Ortiz, Madeline 326 Ortiz, Jeanne 371 Orue, Samuel Orzoco, Diego 350 Oseas, Jamie 331 Osemeka, Nkemakonam Osorno, Ciara 188, 236, 333 Ossenfort, Flora 353 Ostrander, Daniel 349 Ostrom, Rachel 355 Ostrowski, Anna 341, 348 Ostrowski, Stephan 236, 322 Osugi, Keila 324 Osugi, Nichole 236, 318 O’Sullivan, Michael 313 Osumi, Katherine 236 Oswald, Alicia 351 Otten, Caroline Oubre, Alexander Ou, Qiwei Outkiewicz, Kent 344 Ovadya, Tal Ovchinnikova, Svetlana Overly, Brannen 236, 317 Owaidat, Julia 320 Owen, Chloe Owens, Jeremy Owens, Lauren 236, 364 Owenson, Erik 322 Owidat, Julia 323 Owolo-Steindrager, Nandi 236 Oxfam America Club 349 Oxley, William Oyama, Kenneth Ozburn, Charles 324 Ozkan, Selin 318 Ozmen, Karya

Pp Pablin, Eduardo 321, 324, 346, 355 Pabros, Katherine Pace, Anthony 325 Pace, Jordan 324, 352 Pacheco, Carlos 150, 318, 346 Pacheco, Veronica 346 Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference 182 Paclibon, Kiana Katrisha 236 Padilla, Gustavo 236, 346, 354 Padilla, Isabel 334, 355 Padilla, Jesus 324, 343 Padilla, Joseph Padre Pio Society 27 Paez, Arely Page, Bailey 353 Page-Jones, Indiana Paige Paik, Bliss 236 Paiva, Codie 322 Pajunen, Taylor 361 Pak, Miranda 236 Palacio, Carla 236, 330 Palacio, Mariel 340 Palala, Hailey 326, 330 Palato, Larry 236, 327 Palen, Jackson 343, 350, 352 Pal, Justin Palladini, Daniel 236, 327 Palmer, Adom 324, 325 Palmer, Julia 236, 340 Palmigiano, Brian 338 Palomera, Gabriela 321 Palomino, Bryan Pambid, Jada Pambid, Natalia Pangelinan, Jared 320, 340, 355 Paniagua, Maya 326 Pansare, Akshay Panter, Paige 323 Pantucci, Evan 355 Paola, Tancredi Di

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Papadimitriu, Polina Capuano 329 Papadimitriu, Polyxeni Capuano Papadopoulos, Alexis 236 Papadopoulos, Mark Papadopoulos, Sophia Papa, Nicolas Pappas, Mark Paquet, Sean Para, Rachel 236 Pardi, Sarah 236, 331, 362 Pardo, Kevin 236 Paredes, Vaneza 326, 336, 346, 371 Parham, Samantha Parham, Tiffany 42, 351, 354 Parish, Tonya 333 Park, Amanda Park, Brenden 336, 344 Park, Connie Parker, Justin 320, 321 Parker, Olivia 236 Parker, Raeyvenne Park, Jong Parks, David 236 Parra, Marissa 236 Parrish, John 312 Parrish, Tyra 324, 352 Parsay, Casey 322 Parsons, Matthew 93, 236, 272, 338, 354 Partee, Collin 356 Partida, Ezequiel 237, 338, 361 Partnoy, Alicia 357 Pasano, Anna 237, 350 Pascoe, Daniel Pascual, Lauren 237 Pascual, Ryan 338 Paseta, Isabella 237 Pasia, Jeremy 327, 340 Pasqua, Andrew 326 Passanante, Italia Passarelli, Victoria Passet Paseta, Isabella 319 Pasten, Xochitl 343, 345 Pasterick, Tristan

Patacsil, Ralph Eurich 145, 148, 204, 253, 237, 371 Patchell-Evans, Tygre 113, 329, 336, 362, 371 Patel, Jay 237, 321 Patel, Junaid Patel, Sagar 237, 330, 352 Patel, Sahil Pathiratne, Anisha 357 Patino, Gisella 87, 319 Patrick, Brendan 186, 353 Patterson, Hunter 325, 347 Patterson, Joshua Patterson, Kevin 333 Paul, Danielle 336 Paul, Simeon 327, 359 Pawlitzki, Tabea Paz, Grace 335 Peabody, Tim 322 Peacock, Eric 350 Pearce, Lianne Pearce, Remmington 237, 326, 328, 362, 365 Pearlman, Caroline Pearlson, Alia 237 Pearson, Jack 318 Peay-Johnson, Micah Peddicord, Sarah Peddinghaus, Annika 326, 355 Pederson, Dane Pederson, Koby 327 Pedraza, Sofia 336, 351 Peebles, Ellenor 237, 353 Pegler-Gordon, Maya 331 Pelayo, Madalynn 325 Pellegrino, Frank Pellouchoud, Amy 237, 329 Peltekci, Tyler Pennel, Grant 358 Penner, James 44, 188, 324, 327, 334, 336 Penner, Shane 334, 355 Penney, Celia 340 Penney, Jasmine 237 Pennington, Jillian 331 Pennino, Matthew Pennylegion-Hurley, Atticus

ROAR STUDIOS Abby Braccia, Abby Sherlock, Allison Lushan, Aoife Tejada, Ben Cheskis, Bretta Lichtenwalner, Camryn Portagallo, Cassandra Esparza-Villarreal, Dale Campo, Davis Oliver Levine, Erin Japhta, Eva Amantea, Gabrielle de Boucaud, Georgi Prevosti, Haley Bulen, Jacob Jobe, Julie Everakes, Lauren Holloway, Luke Gresback, Megan Marshall, Meghan Mariani, Nicholas Sy, Nicole Bryant, Nicole Kalcic, Pascal Sambor, Sarah Hamilton, Sophia Ntovas, Sophie Giessel and Steven Nassif.

ROWING, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Abigail McCollough, Alexandria Bauer, Anna Arntz, Anna Barry, Anna Davis, Anne Marie Fountain, Audrey Bass, Bailey Page, Baylee Carter, Caroline Chavos, Diana Ivanova, Ellery Martin, Ellie Peebles, Ellie Pitcher, Emily Phillips, Esther Broddin, Flora Ossenfort, Hanna Christerson, India Krappe, Jessica Apodaca, Julia Pinamont, Kamryn WalkerLauren Compeau, Ma’at Hembrick, Malia Putnam, Mia Gaytan, Nicole Marchesi, Numa Dorling, Olivia Lancefield, Olivia Sica, Rebecca Butchart, Samantha Clancy, Sarah Honeycutt, Shannon Folan, Tamara Jovanovic and Tori VanDermyden.

MEN’S RUGBY CLUB Aidan Clark, Andrew Gallop, Anthony Escobar, Anton Lahirle, Brendan Patrick, Calvin Foss, Cameron Hawkins, Charlie Biddle, Connor Fairtlough, Conor Green, Daniel Gutierrez, Daniel Higuera, Dylan Scaff, Edward Tallatalla, Eliot Melamed, Geronimo Ramirez, Grant Davidson, Harry Hascoigne, Henry Bond, Jack Ahnlund, Jacob Johanson, Jake Harper, Jake Weitz, Jeffery Scharberg, Jim Philipson, Jonathan De Rouen, Josh Williams, Kai Hayden, Kyle Clark, Mason Willrich, Matt Weedon, Max Okrasa, Nathaniel Savage, Nico Saviotti, Pablo DeRey, Richard Guints, Rohan Hawkins, Samuel Birchfield, Sean Hsu, Van Henkels and Will Dibiagio.

RUNNING CLUB Brianna Absalon, Juliana Kodama, Max Corman, Michael Cazarez, Nicole Stacey, Ryan Harpole and Sofia Caruccio.

SEEDS BUSINESS ACCELERATOR Charity Waddy, Christian Kinder, Jack Halloran, Jake Tannenbaum, Masaki Takamatsu, Matthew Tejada, Nash Franca, Nico Marino, Percy Holtzman, Richard Walker, Sarah Lanzner and Spencer Hollister.

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SIGMA CHI Adam Dankowski, Adam Linssen, Adrian Mayer, Alex Golden, Andrew Rodriguez, Andy Spangenberg, Augie Gamba, Austin Antillion, Ben Szaboky, Blake Freeman, Brandon Crockett, Brett Beljak, Brock Squires, Carlos Alonso, Christian Glosser, Christian golden, Coxinga Widjojo, Daniel Juarez, Eric Barker, Evan Musa, Fausto Polanco, Grant Sexton, Greg DeGersdorf, Hank Barenborg, Harry Wong, Jack Geasa, Jack Weil, Jackson Harris, Jacob Molloy, Jacob Wymetalek, Jake Blazier, JJ Arnold, John Selby, Jordan Detamore, Kevin Montoya, Lamont Reeves, Liam Finck, Liam Namba, Lucas Delf, Lucas Starbuck, Marc Brockwell, Marco Casadont, Mark Gaffey, Matt Staugaard, Matthew Keyes, Matthew Lasley, Miguel Soler, Nicho Montazami, Nick Funches, Nick Le Gorrec, Nick Ventigan, Paul Bienaime, Rui Tao, Sam Dorfman, Sean Elmurib, Stephen Krause, Stephen Schaap, Tim DeVries, Tomas Arellano, Tommy Lyons and William Sitzman.

SIGMA GAMMA RHO SORORITY, INC. Alezaé Cary and Sarah Hamilton.

SIGMA LAMBDA BETA INTERNATIONAL FRATERNITY INC. Carlos Mardin del Campo, Gustavo Padilla, Juan Vasquez, Marco Ramirez, Mario Canchola Jr., Nathan Valdez, Nelson Peralta Jr. and Salvador Sanchez.

SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA - ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Alanis Gonzalez, Alexandra Zamora, Brenda Quintanilla, Briana Ortiz, Cindy Dominguez, Jacqueline Martinez Garcia, Jaylene Menjivar, Joelle Ibrahim, Lydia Lopez Wolfe, Melissa Sandoval, Ruth Gomez, Samantha Franco, Tiffany Parham and Vinkya Hunter.

SIGMA PHI EPSILON AJ Bartko, Alec Negri, Alex Gavia, Andrew Malekie, Andrew Nelson, Anthony Reyes, Austin Barger, Ben Schultz, Benjamin Perillo, Bobby Fretz, Brady O’Hara, Brian Hamada, Casey Moore, Christian Fiechtner, Christian Vien, Christopher Hurley, Cole Jacobi, Cole Terrazas, Colin Richards, Connor Anthony, Cullin Haden, Emil Jabbour, Eric Steger, Evan Rodriguez, Filip Mietka, Gabe Adzich, Hayden Blaz, Henry Bond, Jack Brady, Jackson Myers, Jacob Whitaker, Jake Vitta, Jake Woodlee, Jason Cellars, Jeronimo Ramirez, Kevin Hamilton, Konrad Wagner, Kyle Clark, LaLa The Husky, Leo Screen, Lorenzo Sisti, Luis Kay, Marcus Alburez, Mario Colace Jr., Mason Willrich, Matt Brick Novotny, Matt Sheridan, Matt Takeuchi, Matthew Parsons, Mihir Samdarshi, Miles Kent, Mitchell Mapes, Nathan Batzer, Nathan Lampl, Ned Gresham, NewMeico John, Nick Valdez, Patrick Carley, Pierce McMahon, Robert Wagner, Ryan Johnson, Ryan Shrager, Samuel Walters, Scotty Ho, Stephen Matoseian, Talal AlSairafi, Tom Felke,Tommy Ferre, Tyler Farrar, William Fischer, Fr. William Fulco, William Mieling, William Mingrone, William Okamoto and Zach Goldstein.

Penuela, Daniel 322, 346 Penzella, Morgan 346 Pepi, Megan 237, 302, 331, 349 Pera, Anne Peraino, Samantha Peralta Jr., Nelson 237, 346, 354 Pera, Nicholas Pereira, John Sebastian 116,121, 327, 346, 348 Pereira, Philip Perera, Delano 27, 192, 237, 362 Perez, Andy 343 Perez, Beverly 237, 319, 346 Perez-Calderon, Andy 331, 346 Perez, Christopher 326, 345, 362 Perez, Gabriella 318, 326 Perez, Jack Perez, Jessica 237, 293, 333 Perez, Liliana 158 Perez, Manuel 340, 343 Perez-Perez, Katie 340 Perez, Victoria 237, 331 Perillo, Benjamin 354 Perl, Jacob Perpich, Christopher 355 Perry, Courtney 237, 350 Perry, Kayla 237 Perry, Lexi 336 Persily, Riley 340 Pesta, Aidan 355 Peters, Dominic 349 Petersen, Cameron 362 Petersen, Catherine Petersen, Christine 326, 360 Petersen, John Petersen, Matthew 237, 293, 360 Petersen, McKenna 99 Petersen, Mikayla 104 Petersen, Paige Petersen, Zachary 355, 358 Peters, Kevin Peterson, Cole 237, 350

Peterson, Eva 336, 345 Peterson, John 322 Peterson, Katherine 352 Peterson, Lindsey 340 Peterson, Olivia 326 Peterson, Paige 237 Peters, Sophia Petit, Madeleine Petralia, Gabrielle Petralia, Marissa 237 Petrik, Brady 343, 349 Petrosian, Carleen 237 Pettit, Cassius 362, 371 Pezzi, Dante 356 Pfeifer, Jordan Pfeiffer, Sage 237 Pham, Cuong 336, 340 Pham, Darissa Pham, Ngoc Ha Phan, Anh Phelan, Katherine 318 Phi Alpha Theta 349 Phibbs, Claire Phi Delta Phi 350 Phi Delta Theta 87, 350 Philbin, Amanda 340 Philip, John 237, 303 Philipson, Jim 353 Phillippi, Griffin Phillips, Danielle 336 Phillips, David 318, 321 Phillips, Emily 353 Phillips-Johnson, Nia Phillips, Jordan 237 Phillips, Simeon Phowborom, Prima Pi Beta Phi 112, 152, 350 Picazo, Anton-Luigi Picazo, Nikko 340 Pickens, Kaphi Pidlaoan, Danico 21, 345, 350 Piechowski, Madison 238, 279, 357, 361 Piedra, Brooke 319, 320, 351 Piedra, Thalia 326, 365 Pierce, Elissa 328, 349, 350 Pierola, Camila De 343, 360

SIGMA TAU DELTA NATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY Abagail Durkan, Arden Terry, Brigid O’Reilly, Bryan Rollofson, Cameron Walsh, Courtney Harshbarger, Deirdre Durkan, Elizabeth Rahe, Ellie Comaschi, Haley Backdahl, Jaxon Red, Katie Schembri, Kyla Rhynes, Matthew Williams, Mattie Norman, Meagan Loreto and Rachel Mullens.

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Pilaud, Nicholas 326, 336 Pilcher, Shannon 238 Pilkington, Jacob Pilmer, Alexandria 238 Pinady, Callista 238 Pinamont, Julia 327, 353 Pineda, Andrei Pingel, Thomas Pinkel, Jacob Pinnamont, Julia 89 Pinomesa, Francisco 320 Pinomesa, Jose Pins, Matthew Pintor, Cristina 96, 97, 326, 362, 371 Pipitone, Marcus Piraino, Olivia Pirbazari, Adham Pirsaheli, Amir 325 Pita, Natalie 238, 350 Pitcher, Ellie 353 Pittsey, Jordan 329, 351 Piumetti, Francesca 371 Piziali, Emma Plair, Summer 105, 329 Pla, Madeleine 329 Plascencia, Jacquelin 333 Plasencia, Jacquelin 238, 320 Platter, Emma 333 Plummer, Micaela 32, 238, 326, 336 Poblano, Sarah 238 Poehls, Caroline Gallagher 327 Pogni, Aria Pohehls-Gallagher, Caroline 325 Pohlman, Austin 329, 338 Pokorny, Jamie Polanco, Fausto 354 Polayes, Hannah 316, 319 Polee, Ashli Polerecky, Jack 238, 327 Poleshuk, Marie Polk, Jordyn 323, 324, 348 Polk, Katelin 318 Pollack, Kylie 325, 350

Pollak, Abigail 341, 345 Pollard, Chelsea Pollastro, Joelle 357 Pollick, Jennifer Pollock, William 335 Polo, Men’s Water 143 Polovnikov, Daniel Polo, Women’s Water 65 Pol, Trevor Vander 324 Poma, Gabrielle Pond, Riley 238, 306 Poniman, Regina 238 Pontikos, Sean 350 Ponty, William Poole, Kaitlin 348, 350, 358 Pool, Sara Poon, Jason Poon, Nelson 352 Poon, Thomas 313 Poor, Tyler Popoola, Aonat 329 Porche, Evangeline Porjes, Noah Porras, Antonio 238, 324, 362 Porras, Karley 350 Porreco, Antonio 238, 356 Portagallo, Camryn 353 Porter, Brianna 238, 361 Porter, Jill 324 Porter, Jonathan 162, 238, 327 Porter, Kathleen 320, 329 Porter, Kirstyn Positive Opportunities for Women’s Empowerment and Recognition 351 Potomac, Brett Potts, Jenee 324 Poulakos, Alexandra 357 Pourroy, Devin Powell, Nicole 331 Powell, Sierra Powers, Isabella 325, 331, 332, 336 Powers, Kameron Powers, Londen 329

Pozon, Patrick 336, 340 Pradel, Julia Prakash, Monish 26 Prats, Camila 238, 283 Pratt, James 67, 154, 238, 316, 345 Prawirohardjo, Jason Preciosa, Idelia 238, 339 Preeya Preston, Gisele Previti, AnnaMarie Prevost, Paige 144, 238, 346 Prevosti, Georgina 336, 353 Pribyl, Samuel 329 Pribyl, Thomas Price, Naomi Prichard, Jessie 323, 363 Pride, Thomas 319 Priegel, Riley Primm, Nicholas Prins, Cade 325, 342 Pritting, Lauren 331, 358, 365 Prochnow, Sophia 319 Prodis, Anthony 350 Prost, Ethan 361 Prothero, Lily 324 Provenza, Karissa Pruitt, Charlee 238, 356 Pruyser, Ariel Przybyla, Tiffany 340, 358 Public Relations Student Society of America 351 Puengrod, Chairat 356 Pugh, Austin Pugliese, Nicholas 343 Pu, Junhong Pulido, Ofelia 324, 326, 343, 346 Pund, Ernest Pupa, William 24 Purnell, Erin 352 Purnell, Jessica 238, 293, 334 Puterman, Anthony 333 Putnam, Malia 353 Putri, Alya Putri, Indah 334

Qq Qabazard, Fajer Qafaiti, Randy 238 Qazi, Irene 333, 346 QED Club 351 Qian, Yilin 325 Quackenbush, Kamryn 51 Quade, Brianna 364 Qualls, Mary 324 Quan, Ashley 238, 319 Quan, Tyler 348 Quezada, Carys 238 Quezada, Jazmin 326, 346 Quimby, Elisabeth Quinn, Alanna 239, 331 Quinn, Courtney 331 Quinn, Madeleine 319, 328, 340 Quinn, Rose Quinonez, Gabriel Quinonez, Molly 239 Quintana, Alexis 350 Quintana, Joseph 322 Quintana, Marie-Christine 86, 319, 329, 349 Quintanilla, Brenda 79, 320, 324, 339, 343, 346, 354 Quinta, Talisha 333 Quintella, Pedro 321 Quintero, Alexandra 333 Quintero, Michelle 239, 333, 346, 357 Quinton, Madison 239, 329 Quiocho, Kristine Quiroz, Kayla

Rr Rabina, Noel 333 Race, Luigi Radcliff, DeShun Raddatz, Kelly Rose 319, 326, 358 Radilaleh, Alexandra Radi, Waseem 239

SKI AND SNOWBOARD CLUB Alejandro Thermiotis, Alex Rowland, Alexa Rennia, Alexandra Farrell, Amelia van Essche, Anastassia Glushneva, Andrew Setili, Annika Peddinghaus, Arash Lari, Armaan Monshizadeh, Ayla Montoya, Ben Swan, Benjamin Smith, Cam Bryan, Caroline Cycon, Charles Cleveland, Chelsea Masri, Chris Hartman, Chris Thoman, Christian Gatlin, Christina Hacobian, Christopher Cassar, Christopher Ferrari, Christopher Perpich, Collin Crippin, Connor Brown, Connor Brady, Cormac Dolezal, Daniel Canon, Danielle Rizzo, Dario Gutierrez, Dolan Ingraham, Elijah Rojas, Emma Kang, Evan Hird, Evan Pantucci, Garrett Burley, George Eitel, Greg Donlon, Greg DeGersdorff, Guillermo Haro, Hadley Talty, Hayley Marian, Hayley Rueger, Hunter Hohlfeld, Isabel Padilla, Izzy Stroobandt, Jack Ahnlund, Jack Lavey, Jackson Zimmerman, Jacob Johanson, Jacob Lallas, Jacob Orlita, Jahnavi More, Jared Swensen, Jared Pangelinan, Jennifer Vannett Jessica Saucedo, Jessica Biggio, Joanne Webb, Joseph Sperber, Julia Saunders, JulienTai-Beauchamp, Karly Ranek, Kate Braumuyller, Kelly Levine, Krista Miya, Lauren Eagan, Lillian McCarty, Lilly Turner, Lina Nguyen, Lindsey Stevens, Lisa Lawrence, Liz Sacco, Luke Johnson, Madi Griggs, Mantis Tobbogan, Marcus Lucescu, Marissa Ooi, Martha Faasse, Matthew Weedon, Michael Stegenga, Michael Wilson, Michaela Mertz, Mitchell Simon, Morgan Backhaus, Moyo Shiina, Nathan Mark, Nathan Lampl, Nick Wilcox, Nile Whitmore, Paola Roman, Patrick Ennis, Paulina Welk, Percy Holtzman, Rachel Ostrom, Reagan Rundle, Remzi Hazboun, Robert Sutton, Robin Caston, Ry Jaquiss, Sarah Sharpe, Serena Swanson, Shaye Gill, Shivain Chopra, Simran Mehta, Madeline Situmeang, Sydney Benjamin, Taylor Grounds, Tyler Cecire, Tyler Marks, Vasco Pinto De Sousa, William Trexler, Zachary Petersen, Zain Rafiq and Zane Krpan.

SOCCER, MEN’S CLUB Adam Jackson, Aidan Pesta, Alexander Dalton, Andrew Holloway, Andrew Schmidt, Austin Barger, Carlo Bustillos, Carlos Alonso, Carter Boyle, Christeon Gaskin, Connor Brady, Conor Maher, Daniel Martin, Daniel Sultan, Eduardo Pablin, Everardo Gonzalez, Hayato Hori, Herbert Wilson, Hooman Rahimizadeh, Jack Dempster, Jack Twiford, Jacob Victor DeLeon, Jordan Arredondo, Jordan Chung-Sprackman, Kaya Newton, Kea Braekman, Kevin Halim, Leonardo Gonzalez-Smith, Lucas Reiner, Mauricio Lizarazu, Michael Godoy, Michael Harb, Ola Harrison, Rowland Hazard, Shane Penner, Sokratis Kokkalis, Stephen Gloudeman, Thomas Mann, Victor Diaz, William Herzl, Zachary Goldstein and Zare Armaan.

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SOCCER, MEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alvaro Madrigal, Antonio Porreco, Camilo Rey, Carl Rubschlager, Cole Souza, Collin Partee, Connor Johnson, Crandon Sanchez, Cruz Corral, Dante Pezzi, Enrique Bustamante, Francis Avoce, Garrett Amador, Gerardo Lopez, Grant Sampson, Griffin Bell, James Tanaka, John Bovill, Keith Murphy, Kris Fourcand, Leo Zulli, Lucky Puengrod, Matthew Gooden, Miles Chow, Nick Dauchot, Nick Giacalone, Paul Lewis, Rodrigo San Roman, Ryan Bishop, Sarkis Shaginian, Tim Burke, Will Dubay and Wils Martin.

SOCCER, WOMEN’S CLUB Amelia van Essche, Anneka Winton, Bailey Jennings, Catherine Azaula, Chelsea Salonga, Cristina Trevino, Devin Scarborough, Elizabeth Horejsi, Genesis Cruz, Grace Adams, Grace Kripal, Hailey McLaughlin, Haley Mech, Jacqueline Hutchison, Jennifer Cima, Kailey Castro, Kathleen Cummings, Kathryn Kocher, Lillian McCarty, Madelyn Matthews, Maria Araujo, Michelle Steele, Nina Erquiaga, Robyn Kobayashi, Sally Elton, Skye Shodahl and Todd Shoepe.

SOCCER, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Ali King, Amanda Kocsis, Annie Flora, Britty Walley, Charlee Pruit, Chloe Colbert, Emily Carman, Emma Tyrnauer, Gabbie Sanfilippo, Jackie Fiacco, Jenna Lafferty, Jil Farley, Kallie Kampfl, Kami Hoban, Lee Erickson, Lexi Frey, Maddie Medved, Maki Kono, Melissa Lewis, Olivia LaCasto, Olivia Morse, Phoebe Riley, Pilar Torres, Raquel Angelone, Samantha Jordan, Sarah Sanger, Sarina Bolden, Shelby Cormier, Simone Handy, Skylar Robledo and Tatyanna Lewis.

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Radix 352 Radl, Cecillia Radovich, Tom 345 Radulski, Aaron 329, 333, 339 Rae, Truman Rafanello, Emmalyn 342 Rafe, Peter 336 Raffin, Steven Rafiq, Zain 71, 331, 343, 355, 357 Rahe, Elizabeth 239, 318, 354 Rahimizadeh, Hooman 355 Rahman, Quazi Rai, Harmon Rai, Maya 336 Raine-King, Scott 330, 333 Raisman, Aly 41 Rajavasireddy, Nikhil 345 Rajganesh, Rushil Ramalho, Albina 331 Ramin, Isabella Ramirez, Allison 343, 352 Ramirez, Candido 239 Ramirez, Clarice 335 Ramirez, Daniel 346, 359 Ramirez, David 326, 333, 343, 346, 352 Ramirez, Geronimo 353 Ramirez III, Marco 239 Ramirez, Jeronimo 354, 358 Ramirez, Karla Ramirez, Keola 239, 338, 340 Ramirez, Larissa 332, 346 Ramirez, Marco 85, 289, 345, 354 Ramirez, Maria Lopez Zamudio Mariana 346 Ramirez, Mariana 365 Ramirez, Nayely J. 239, 292 Ramirez, Nicole 327 Ramirez, Victoria 318, 343, 352 Ramli, Dina 342 Ramlie, La Belle Ramming, Justus 324 Ramonasari, Jose 239, 339

Ramos, Dylan Ramos, Matheus Ramos, Miguel Ramos, Nicholas 333 Ramseyer, Cole Ramsey, Josh 332 Ramsey, Joshua Ranade, Shaunak Rana, Eklavya Ranatunga, Ravindu 324 Randazzo, Alexandra 336, 350, 351 Rand, Mia 239, 350 Randolph, Kathryn 239, 342, 345, 350 Ranek, Karly 352, 355 Ran, Hanqi 239 Rankin, Megan 239, 331 Rashti, Sara 318 Rasmussen, Sarah 326 Rasmusson, Evan Rastegar, Jason 333, 334 Rathbone, Nicole 239, 340 Raudys, Zenonas Rauner, Michael Ravard, Alexandria Ravelo, Kyle 340 Rawl, Madelyn 357 Rawson, Emily 326, 345, 362 Raya, Oliver Raycraft, Samuel 318 Ray, Lukas Ray, Margaret Raymond, Eliot 324, 345 Raymond, Jordan 239, 327, 350 Raymundo, Austin 161, 326, 340, 346 Raymundo, Jon 333 Raymundo, Nicolas Rayner, Zackary Raynes, Diana 345, 360 Ray, Sharon 239, 324 Razon, Patrick 239, 338 Reach, Katherine Reach, Sarah 340 Reagan Denny 359 Real, Andrew 239

Reames, Kristen 239, 329 Rea, Michael 320, 327 Reaves, James 333 Reburn, Christina Rebuyon, Jared Red Arrow, Bianca 340, 369 Redfern, Savannah 331 Red, Jackson 354 Redman, Blake 322 Reece, Alyssa 326, 336 Reed, Brittney 323 Reed, Maliek 330, 334 Ree, Lawrence Reese, Melissa 331 Reeves, Derby 328 Reeves, Lamont 239, 354 Regalado, Hayden 329 Regeiro, Robert Rehbock, Jordan 95, 239, 263, 360 Rehder, Ashley 152, 239, 340, 365 Reid, Emily 239 Reid, Harrison Reid, Kanoeonalani 358 Reid, Tess 171, 363 Reid, Victoria Reilly, Caitlin Reilly, Caroline 239, 338 Reilly, Jordyn 123, 319, 334 Reilly, Kay 345 Reilly, Keara 359, 361 Reilly, Maeve Reilly, Patrick 360, 362, 371 Reinart, Adam 338 Reiner, Lucas 355 Reinig, Chloe 323 Reinoso, Shawn 324 Reister, William 333 Reitmeir, Curtis Reitmeir, Eric 364 Remley, Daryl Remo, Luigi 320 Renaud, Morgan 239, 329 Renda, Calla Kelly 336 Rendon, Jazmin Rendon, Julianne Rendon, Rosario 107

Ren, George 319 Ren, Guangpeng Rennia, Alexa 340, 355 Renteria, Paulina 327 Rentsch, Diego Reschke, Taylor Residence Hall Association 352 Resnick, Dylan 352 Resnick-Neillie, Daniel Respert, Aaron 325 Restrepo, Claire 239, 329, 359 Rettenmier, Jack 326 Rettenmier, John Revelina, Vania Rey, Camilo 356 Reyes, Amada 324, 326, 352 Reyes, Anthony 354 Reyes, Austin Reyes, Karolina 346 Reyes, Kimberly Martinez Reyes, Leilani 346 Reyes, Madeleine Reyes, Melissa Reyes, Sandy Cruz Reynolds, Madison Reynolds, Maya Reynoso, Christopher 77, 240, 320, 346 Reynoso, Pablo De Mare Rezendes, Sean Rhee, Sheridan Rhimes, Shonda 41 Rhodes, Katelyn Rhynes, Karin Rhynes, Kyla 240, 354 Rice, Annemarie 240 Rice, Christine 240 Rice, Jonathan Rice, Megan 323, 363 Richard-Kassar, Anastasia Richards, Colin 325, 354 Richards, John Richardson, Alexander Richardson, Gregory 240 Richards, Sean 331, 333 Richard, William 240

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Rich, Ashley 240, 341, 362 Richey, Sophia Richmond, Thomas 326, 331, 345, 362 Richter, Meredith 320, 329, 336, 352, 357 Rickards, Ryan 240 Rickheim, Bianca 340 Ricossa, Reagan 341, 347, 350 Riebe, Ryan 350 Riedel, Jasmin 329, 358 Rieger, Meghan 336, 338 Riess, Sydney 360 Rietmann, Ashley 336, 363 Riggs, Grace Rigo, Pauline 319 Riles, Nia 324 Riley, Isabel 240 Riley, Madaline Riley, Phoebe 356 Rimlinger, Nicolaus 359, 364 Rinauro, Dillon 71, 319, 320, 325, 338, 344 Rincon, Michael 43, 240 Rincon, Michelle 147, 240 Rink, Joseph 42, 358 Riordan, Timothy Rios, Alyssa-Gabrielle 340, 352 Rios, Cecille Forsyth 331, 336 Rios, Eric 331 Ripper, Sofia 240 Rishagen, Ron 333 Ritter, Jack Rivel, Austin De 362 Rivera, Caitlyn 357 Rivet, Porter Rizzo, Danielle 355 Roar Studios 353 Roberts, Christian 240, 257 Robertson, Natalie Robins, Joshua Robinson-Armstrong, Abbie 313 Robinson, Davis 324, 325 Robinson, Eric 240, 331, 333

Robinson, Jordan Robinson, Joseph 240 Robinson, Maeve Robinson, Miranda 341 Robinson, Paul Robison, Cayden 345 Robledo, Skylar 182, 356 Rocca, Markus 59, 326, 362 Rocca, Meighan La 328 Roccucci, Anna 119, 240, 316, 325, 340 Rocha, Alexander Joseph 358 Rochard, Kimberly 240, 363 Rocheleau, Richard 313 Roche, Randall H. 312 Rock, Hannah 152, 340 Rodas, Dominique Khan 329 Rodas, Kevin Roddy, Mee’Shaunda Rodenbaugh, Marisa Rodgers, Joseph 327, 334 Rodi, Alex Rodkey, Elias 329, 339 Rodrigues, Camila Rodrigues, Pedro Rodriguez, Alanna Rodriguez, Alexis Rodriguez, Andrea Rodriguez, Andres Rodriguez, Andrew 326, 354, 365 Rodriguez, Chano 108 Rodriguez, Chris Rodriguez, Claire 336 Rodriguez, Crystian 324 Rodriguez, Delmi Rodriguez, Evan 354 Rodriguez, Guadalupe Rodriguez-Huerta, Emilia 341 Rodriguez, Kimberly 343 Rodriguez, Leticia Rodriguez, Lexi 329 Rodriguez, Luis 359 Rodriguez, Lupita 326 Rodriguez, Mariah 329

SOCIETY OF HISPANIC PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS Adriana Donkers, Alexa Poulakos, Andrea Millhorn, Anna Hodgson, Anna Sarno, Arika Sypolt, Breelyn Betts, Carrie Deline, Chris Thoman, Cristina Zebeljan, Eileen Choe, Elizabeth Fanous, Elizabeth Horejsi, Emily Carlson, Emily Sullivan, Emma McClellan, Emma Michelini, Gabriela Gonzalez, Gaby Torres, Haley Fletcher, Jenna Berlinberg, Joelle Pollastro, Johnathan Guerro, Julia Williams, Kaitlyn Behrens, Karlie Garrity, Kathryn Cole, Keanna Anglin, Keely Jones, Kirby Townsend, Laura Valdepenas, Lauren Lindsey, Leah Daniel, Lexi Weingardt, Li Ying Tan, Lucille Njoo, Maddie Louis, Madeline Wiegel, Madison Piechowski, Marena Trujillo, Marissa Alvarez, Mary Alverson, Maryela Mendoza, Maya Dahlke, Maya Washington, Megan Karbowski Megan West, Meghanne Clark, Melissa Dougherty, Meredith Richter, Raven Odian, Sara Kim, Sarah Lanzner, Shanaya Nagendran, Suleimy Figueroa, Suleors Ingreus, Sunshine Saucedo and Talia Bahar.

SOKA GAKKAI INTERNATIONAL Alex Myers, Arnav Jain, Edenne Chen, Eva Baudler, Jessica Leu, Joeseph Velez, Joesph Tu, Megan Hokama, Priyanka Gupta, Suley Rafiq, Themelina Davila and Victoria Rodriguez.

SOUTH ASIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION Aidan Ghosh, Anisha Pathiratne, Anjali Chopra, Ayush Narayan, Dhruvil Darji, Divyya Munshi, Gurinder Singh Chauhan, Katyayani Mody, Milan Mandaliya, Monish Prakash, Rishabh Trivedi, Siddharth Maheshwari, Tess Herzog and Veda Ashok.

SPANISH CLUB DE LMU Alexandra Saavedra, Alicia Partnoy, Annalie Juan and Michelle Quintero.

SOFTBALL, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alicia Brown, Andrea Gonzalez, Brooke Christensen, Caitlyn Rivera, Delanie Wisz, Hannah Bandimere, Irma Sanchez, Katie Manley, Lindsey Matoi, Linnay Wilson, Mackenzie Kutzke, Maddie Rawl, Maddison Flores, Megan Martin, Megan Thorp, Molly Grumbo, Sabrina Tebou and Shianne Ybarra.

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SPECIAL GAMES COMMITTEE Alanna Granados, Annie Munson, Chase Gumaer, Christina Yi, Jenna King, Kaitlin Poole, Kaitlyn Cheung, Lauren Pritting, Lily Catrone, Olivia Oreskovich, Rachel Askenazi and Sydnee Templer.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS CLUB Alek Blik, Alexander Joseph Rocha, Andrew Nelson, Anne Rolander, Anthony J. Garrison-Engbrecht, Ashley Armsby, Brennan Conner, Charity E Waddy, Chauncey Dewey, Christian Stone, Courtney Blaz, David Valencia, Edward Gresham, Edward Ryan Talatala, Elena Garcia, Elizabeth Eisner, Emily Martinez, Grant Pennel, Heidi Bove, Isabelle Gremillion, Jasmin Riedel, Jeronimo Ramirez, Jordann Ojeda, Jose Inigo Gatus, Joseph Murphy, Joseph Rink, Joseph Screen, Kaitlin Poole, Kanoeonalani Reid, Kimberly Dobbs, Laina Washington, Ma. Claudia Conjuangco, Matthew Dolegowski, Matthew Sheridan, Michael Hoefler, Mikeala Neininger, Mitchell Sigesmund, Nathan Lampl, Paulina Welk, Rachael Noble, Ryan Shrager, Savannah Jones, Spencer Tombari, Tiffany Przybyla, Yeabsira Mesfin and Zachary Petersen.

STEAMHOUSE COMEDY CLUB Alia Linder, Alison Taoyama, Babak Abrishamchian, Bryce Lutz, Dana Welk, Dwayne Cox, Emily Forest, James Heissner, Kallen Klum, Moriah Tolliver, Pavel Frantson, Rose Raddatz, Taylor Woolstenhulme and Tyler Faison.

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Rodriguez, Matthew 345, 350 Rodriguez, Renee 340 Rodriguez, Sage 320 Rodriguez, Sean Rodriguez, Stefanie 240, 318, 327, 349 Rodriguez, Tess Rodriguez, Victoria 346, 357 Roeder-Hensley, Genevieve 54 Rogers, Caroline Rogers, Liam 112, 150, 318 Rogers, Remy Rojas, Ammy 331, 352 Rojas Castro, Daniella 319, 333 Rojas, Elijah 355 Rojas, Shaina 352 Rolander, Anne 358 Roland, Joshua 299 Rollofson, Bryan 354 Romana, Renzo 240 Roman, Christian 349 Romandetti, Jeanette Christine 240, 289 Romano, Alejandro 333 Roman, Paola 355 Romeka, Anna 118, 240, 361 Romero, Ana 346 Romero, Isaac Romero, Jaslene Angelic Romero, Keren Arriola Romero, Nora 371 Romero, Sara Romualdo, Ryan Ronnenberg, Emily Rooney, Cori 333 Rooney, Meghan 319 Root, Corinna Rosales, Alyssa Rosales, Susan Tilbury Rose, Ashlyn 20 Ros, Eduardo 327 Rose, Garett 350 Rosenbach, Nicole Rosenberg, Devon 348 Rosenberg, Seamus

Rosendin, Alexandra 240, 307 Rosendin, Nicholas Rosenfeld, Rachel 333 Rosen, Parker Rose, Sean 327, 343 Rosh, Danielle 340 Rosicki, Elton 327 Roskopp, Harrison Ross, Amy Ross, Chanell Rossetti, Filippo Rossi, Nicholas Rossini, Givino 342 Ross, James 329 Ross, Lillian Rosslow, Makayla Rothans, Catherine 240, 340 Roth, Daniel 364 Roth, Justine 343, 346 Rouleau, Nicole Round, Olivia 329, 345 Rousso, Eden 240, 329 Rover, Kayla 87, 319 Rovetto, Joseph 327, 363 Rowing, Men’s 64, 171 Rowing, Women’s 89, 180 Rowland, Alexander 355 Rowland, Lauren 240, 257, 331 Rowlinson, Danielle 328 Roxas, Jeffrey 349 Royal, Armando 333, 336 Roy, Mohar Roy, Morgan Rubi, Jose Rubin, Jesse Rubin, Nathalie 240, 351 Rubin, Zachary Rubio, Ivan Rubschlager, Carl 240, 356 Rucker, Hilary Rudich, Emily Rudich, Mateo 319, 337, 352 Rueger, Hayley 240, 355 Ruff, Victoria 241, 342 Rugby, Men’s 186

Rugg, Carla 198 Ruiz, Adam Ruiz, Angel Ruiz, Camila 332 Ruiz, Cristobal 105, 241, 329 Ruiz, Emily Ruiz, Raul 324, 343, 345 Ruiz, Roberto 327 Ruiz, Sofia 326 Ruiz, Susan 327, 335, 365 Ruley, Ryan Rumm, Taylor 326, 348 Rundle, Reagan 355 Running Club 353 Rupert, Marlo Rupp, Tali 330 Rushing, Ashley 241, 340 Rushmeyer, Ethan Ruslim, Mayongga Russell, Megan 241, 329 Russell, Rylan 364 Russel, Neeley 340 Russel, Rylan 365 Russi, Stefania Gonzalez Rust, Emma 339, 352 Ryan, Caitlin 361 Ryan, Danielle Ryan, Hallie 324, 326 Ryan, Kaitlyn 329, 326 Ryan, Kaityln 113 Ryan, Kevin 241 Ryan McCully 332 Rynaski, Nathaniel 341

Ss Saavedra, Alexandra 241, 357 Saavedra, Anabelle Saavedra, Sean Sabal-Wilson, Kaelyn 75, 339 Saberi, Mateen Saca, Skylar 241 Sacco, Elizabeth 355 Sackler, David Sacks, Madeline 348 Sadiq-Adamu, Majeed

Sadis, Amanda 319 Saeed, Ali Safa, Alison 325 Safady, Tatiana Safa, Lison 325 Safaryan, Elen Safi, Nina 331 Sage Ben-David 332 Sagir, Deniz 241 Sagona, Nancy Sagranichne, Jon 359 Sahaguian, Daniela Villa 95 Sahakian, Erick 320 Sahakian, Naar Saheal, Kinzy Al Sahid, Yasmine 241, 319, 336 Saito, Michael 319, 348 Sajasi, Sahra 331, 342 Sakai, Maxine 336, 360 Sakhai, Mathew Salac, Chelsea Marie Sala, Enrico 320, 329, 333 Salamat, Reoniz Salary, Ericka 359 Salavitch, Scott Salazar, Pia Salazar, Sofia Saldivar, Daniel 350 Sale, Joshua 342 Salgado, Dante Salgado, Yesika 144 Salinas, John 241, 324 Salkoski, Charles Wayne 322 Salkoski, Todd 322 Salles, Julian Cordon Salmond, Somalia Miller 327 Salonga, Chelsea 55, 241, 330, 340, 356 Salter, Corey Salvabilla, Tiara 241 Salvini, Nathaniel 331 Salzman, Braydon 322 Sama, Sanjna 90, 346 Samat, Aiman Sambor, Pascal 241, 353 Samdarshi, Mihir 354

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Samii, Alexa Samir, Marouane 334 Samour, Jasmine Sampson, Grant 356 Sampson, William Samson, Mia 359 Samson, Nicholas Samtani, Sunar 241, 270 Samuel, Alexandria Samuels, Brianna 324, 348 Sanchez, Alejandra 327 Sanchez, Alena 364 Sanchez, Arden 331 Sanchez, Cindy 241 Sanchez, Crandon 356 Sanchez, Irma 241, 357 Sanchez, Katy 360, 363 Sanchez, Lauryn 326, 334 Sanchez, Salvador 241, 320, 354 Sanchez, Scarlett 241, 329, 350 Sanchez, Sydnie 329, 336 Sanders, Jordan 348 Sanders, Mathew 241, 338 Sanders, Matthew 321 Sanders, Sydney 241 Sandhu, Justin 334 Sandor, Stephanie 241, 319 Sandoval, Ericka 241, 346 Sandoval-Guzman, Anthony Sandoval, Kelly 241 Sandoval, Melissa 317, 354 Sandoval, Sabrina 326, 333, 365 Sanfilippo, Gabriella 356 Sanfilippo, Madelaine 241, 329 Sanger, Michael 333, 341 Sanger, Sarah 241, 356 Sanghvi, Siddhant 342 Sano, Kelly 319, 348 San Roman, Rodrigo 356 Santa Clara University 25 Santamaria, Alma 241 Santana, Paola 163, 324, 333 Santander, Christian 362,

371 Santiago, Edward 343 Santillan, Gloria 319, 340 Santomieri, Gian 329 Santos, Jonathan 241, 319, 336, 345 Santos, Nathan 362 Santoso, Jason 241 Santoso, Michael Santy, Eviania 242 Sapp, David 313 Sarabia, Nathan 320, 361 Sarantinos, George 242, 321, 338 Sarbaum, Allison 350 Sardegna, Christopher 242 Sar, Fassa 242 Sargsyan, Alina 331, 333 Sarhan, Pascal Sarkisian, Stepan 333 Sarno, Anna 242, 281, 329, 343, 357 Saroop, Neha Sasaki, Kriston Sasser, Alex 327 Sasser, Alexander Saucedo, Jennifer Vannett Jessica 355 Saucedo, Jessica Saucedo, Sienna 320, 357 Saud, Khalid Al Sauerwald, Elliott Saunders, Julia 336, 355 Saunders, Lawren Sauter, Clay 338 Savage, Anna Leigh 86, 242, 264, 331 Savage, Nathaniel 318, 343, 353 Savanna Kim 359 Savarani, Kevin Savini, Samuel 321 Saviotti, Nicolo 353 Sawai, Brianna 348 Sawai, Spencer 242, 302 Sawaya, Cynthia 351 Sawicki, Kate Sawyer, Andrew 334, 345

STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Anne Marie Fountain, Austin Clark, Branden Estrada, Brandon Shearer, Camila Tumosa, Cooper Uhl, Danielle Nunez, Ellie Martin, Garrett Amador, Isabel Willis, Julie Zanobini, Keara Reilly, Kyla Danforth, Lanna Kozlowski, Lindsey Carr, Matt Carungay,Megan Martin, Molly Gumbo, Nic Rimlinger, Nick Dauchot, Reagan Denny, Rob Diaz, Ryan Brown, Savannah Slattery, Scott Thomas, Sienna Sharf, Simeon Paul and Taylor Anderson.

STUDENT ATHLETE MENTORS AnneMarie Fountain, Annika Armstrong, Branden Estrada, Brea Alford, Cierra Belvin, Dannie Nunez, David, Barta, Elena Garcia, Ellie Martin, Emily Carmen, Hannah Bandimere, Hannah Wohlenberg, Isabel Willis, Keara Reilly, Kyla Danforth, Lanna Kozlowski, Lauren Akin, Lexi Frey, Lucas Moreno, Lukas Moenter, Mackenzie Kutzke, Makenzie Cast, Mary Schell, Matthew Gooden, Miles Chow, Natalie Morlock, Nicole Schiel, Reagan Denny, Rob Diaz, Sam Smith, Savanna Kim, Sky Flores and Tori Yee.

STUDENT VETERANS ORGANIZATION Cameron Bemis, Domingo Tomas, Ericka Salary, Jamie Muegniot, Jon Sagranichne, Joseph Diaz, Joshua Williams, Kalo Abban, Luis Rodriguez, Matthew Stirling, Matthew Tarutis, Michael Guerrero and Minchul Chun.

STUDENT WORKER PROGRAM Alanna Granados, Alexandria Ortiz, Andre DeLeon, Brianna Goodall, Claire Restrepo, Cristian Ornelas, Daniel Ramirez, Demarko Flanagan, Desiree Gonzalez, Hunter Anderson, Kayla Hampton, Kya Missick, Lester Leon, Luis Kay, Mark Ballinger, Mia Samson, Mikko Eguia, Monica Taimoori, Monica Williams, Tabitha Theard, Trevor Grinsell and Troy Kassien.

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STUDENTS SUPPORTING ISRAEL AT LMU Ashley Yashar, Isabel Maddahi, Leah Spitz, Sarah Markowitz and Yvette Hakimi.

SURF CLUB Alexandra B’Llamas-Reynoso, Chris Thoman, David Niles, Luke O’Connor, Marissa Alvarez and Mark Thompson.

SURSUM CORDA SERVICE ORGANIZATION Alexander Dulak, Angelica Ortega, Ann Warque, Brian Kosewic, Brooke Duplantier, Cameron Bellamoroso, Camila De Pierola, Christine Petersen, Christopher LeMieux, Daniel McGrath, Darwin Chavez, Diana Raynes, Emma Wynn, Hannah Willover, Hayley Goell, Jack Foley, Jackie Hutchison, Jin Woo Kim, John Darrouzet, Jordan Rehbock, Julia Guillen, Kate Menefee, Katrina Crosby, Katy Sanchez, Ken Cavanaugh, Lauren Kelly, Lowell Morris, Margaret O’Neil, Maria Ullmann, Mariana Alifa, Mary Balducci, Matthew Petersen, Maxine Sakai, Mikayla Sweitzer, Mikko Eguia, Nickoles Abbott, Nicole Infantino, Nishan Silva, Patrick Reilly, Reilly Gierhart, Rishaun (Adrian) Naryan, Ryan Burke, Ryan Manning,Sydney Lee, Sydney Riess andTim Vassallo.

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Sawyer, Sarah Say, Gabriel 330, 352 Scaff, Dylan 353 Scalise, Acacia 242, 275, 329 Scalise, Nathan 324, 326 Scally, Meabh Scaltrito, Alexandria 332, 362 Scandalios, Amanda 318 Scanlon, Cole Scarboro, Lynne B. 313 Scarborough, Devin 325, 356 Scarpa, Ally 345 Scattaglia, Sophia 336, 350 Scerbak, Anne Schaap, Stephen 242, 354 Schacher, Heather 329 Schaff, Elizabeth 340 Scharberg, Jeffrey 162, 327, 353 Schawalder, Kiri Scheker, Katerine 242 Schell, Luca Schell, Mary 359, 361, 365 Schembri, Katie 86, 99, 242, 329, 342, 354 Scherner, Holly 340 Schiel, Nicole 359, 361 Schiffer, Courtney Schirmang, Molly Schlack, Maya Schlange, Tatiana Schlicht, Haley 326, 329, 331 Schlosstein, Olivia 331, 345 Schmidt, Andrew 355 Schmidt, Nicholas Schmit, Matthew 324 Schmitt, William 320 Schneider, Breanne 104, 333 Schnurr, Aurora Schoeben, Riley 342 Schoeffler, Donner 320 Schoenborn, Kendall 276 Schoenecker, William 333 Schoener, Kyle 333 Schoenholz, Jocelyn Scholl, Alyssa 362

School of Education 159, 314 School of Film and Television 314 School of Film & Television 130, 132 Schow, Holly 329, 351 Schreiner, Lillian 329, 362 Schroeder, Avamarie 319 Schroeder, Mel Schufreider, Augusta Schukai, Emily 331, 336 Schuler, Aubin Schuler, Daniel Schuler, Raina 320 Schuller, Alexandria 324, 346 Schulman, Peter Schultz, Alexander Schultz, Benjamin 354 Schuster, Alexandra Schuurs, Rachel 242 Schwartz, Jared Schwartz, Jessica 242 Schwartz, Julia Rose Spinola Schwartz, Madeline 153, 329, 326, 337 Schwarz, Erin 191, 318 Schwarz, Michael 242 Schweitzer, Alana Sciallo, Alexandra Sciel, Nicole 326 Scott, Elijah 184, 185, 322 Scott, John Scott, Nhandi 242, 330 Scott, Simone 324 Screen, Joseph 333, 358 Screen, Leo 354 Scruggs, William Scullin, Gerald 333 Scully, Thomas 123, 242,338, 363 Seah, Shaun Searle, Joanie 319 Searle, Kathryn Seaver College of Science & Engineering 66, 68 Sebastian, John 313 Sebring, Courtney 242

Seddon, Isabelle 242, 324 Seeds Business Accelerator 353 Seeley, Joanna Segelken, Asher 326 Segovia, Jasmine 346 Seguin, Louis Segura-Acosta, Sebastian 324, 328 Seinfeld, Samuel 242 Sekhon, Harveen 331 Sekino, Riku 242 Selby, John 150, 326, 336, 339, 354 Selick, Irina Sell, Alison 242, 324, 326, 329 Seneker, Hudson Sengal, Naomi Senger, Ellis 131, 329 Seo, Jay 333 Seraji, Cameron Rehmani 362 Serrano, Juan 342 Servin, Fernando Ochoa Seshadri, Samir 242, 327, 332 Sesito, Meredith 331 Sessions, Steven Sestito, Meredith Setili, Andrew 355 Setlik, Hayden 345 Settergren, Ruben 242 Sexton, Grant 354 Seymour, Sophie Shafi, Dalia Shaginian, Sarkis 320, 356 Shah, Jay 340, 352 Shahraki, Roxanna 352 Shah, Saira 346 Shah, Soham Shamoyan, Gary 335 Shanahan, Danielle 328 Shane, Annie 326, 338 Shanks-Dizard, Frances Shannon, James 324 Shannon, Selena 242, 261, 319 Shapiro, Sarah 333

Sharf, Siena 359, 361 Sharfstein, Jared 242, 324 Sharma, Ashwarya Sharpe, Sarah 62, 355 Sharp, Natalie 242, 319 Shaw, Joseph 364 Shaw, Tim 197,242, 364 Shawul, Meron Shaw, Victoria Shearer, Brandon 322, 359 Sheerin, Brian 322 Shehabi, Rayan Shehadeh, Amal 242 Sheikhan, Tatijana Shek, Chrystal 326, 336, 348 Shelby, Christopher 243, 325, 330 Shelton, Juliet 329 Shelton, Scott Shemirani, Joshua 243, 261 Shen, Elizabeth 243, 321 Sheng, Zihao Shepanek, Ethan 324 Shepard, Liam Shepard, Steven 243, 342 Shepherd, Jeffrey Shepherd, Paris 345 Sheridan, Matt 354, 358 Sherif, Mohammed Sherlock, Abigail 326, 336, 353 Sherman, John 324 Sherman, Melanie 333 Shew, Kathleen Shibata, Jett 338 Shieh, Joelle Shieh, Katie Shiffra, Christian Shiina, Moyo 341, 355 Shillinger, Eli 333, 352 Shimsky-Agosto, Miranda Shine, Alexandra 243 Shingledecker, Bennett Shin, Jen 321, 333 Shinoda, Luke 348 Shinol, Andrew Shin, Sylvia 243 Shin, Yeon-Soo 243

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Shipp, Dean Shirian, Ethan 243, 322, 333 Shirley, Jamie Shirley, Michael Anthony Shodahl, Skye 243, 318, 356 Shoen, Ann Marie 20, 26, 33, 243, 300, 326, 338 Shoepe, Todd 356 Shoham, Gaia 331 Shoji, Emily 321 Shoji, Jeffrey 322, 352 Shon, Kevin 340 Shook, Sophie 152, 243, 340, 345 Shorrock, Fiona 67, 243, 349, 350 Shortley, Jessica 329 Shoukeh, Tarik Showley, Logan Shrager, Ryan 354, 358 Shubin, Casey 243 Shum, James Shumway, Eli Shurtleff, Michael Sianipar, Bonia 243 Siao, Kathleen 346 Sibley, Alexander Sica, Olivia 318, 353 Siciliano, Daniel Sidney, Kelly Sidney, Tiffany 350 Sieber, Arianna Shapiro Sigesmund, Mitchell 358 Sigma Chi 150, 190, 354 Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. 85, 354 Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity Inc. 85, 354 Sigma Lambda Gamma - Alpha Beta Chapter 85, 354 Sigman, Derek 346 Sigma Phi Epsilon 87, 191, 354 Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society 354

Sikora, Olivia 319 Sillivos, Meg 331, 352 Sillivos, Meghan Silva, Katherine Silva, Nishan 360 Silva, Shelby Silver, Julia 342 Silvey, Julia 331 Silvia, Shelby 340 Simmons, Andrew 345 Simmons, Michael Simmons, Mikail 184, 322 Simon, Alexander 137, 204, 243, 309, 329, 361, 371 Simon, Ashley 352 Simon, Daniel 329 Simon, Harrison 322 Simon, Mitchell 355 Simpson, Cierra 323 Simpson, Ellery 243, 329, 349 Simpson, Preston Simso, Emily 331 Sinclair, Robert 243 Singerman, Eliza Singer, Sierra 331 Singh, Sudhir 243 Sinker, Adam 243 Sinksy, Emily 338, 343 Sintari, Julia 243 Siordia, Ariana Siow, Yi Min Sipani, Yachi Sirbu, Teodora Strava Siri, Theresa 112, 350 Sison, Julian 243 Sissac, Alexis 324 Sisti, Lorenzo 354 Situmeang, Madeline 340, 355 Sitzman, William 334, 354 Sivila, Joshua 340 Sivori, Juliet 319 Sjarif, Daniel 243 Skeeland, Ariana 352 Skelly, Sienna Ski and Snowboard Club 355

SWIM, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Abby Chopp, Alexis De Bever, Alyce-Faye Eichelberger, Anna Gasiorowski, Audrey Hixon, Caitlin Ryan, Christine Chan, Farah Stack, Gabby Carufel, Isabel Willis, Keara Reilly, Lanna Kozlowski, Lauren Akin, Maddie Lipkowitz, Marley Abbot, Mary Schell, Natalie Morlock, Nicole Schiel, Olivia Nielsen, Samantha Smith, Savanna Kim, Taylor Anderson,Taylor Pajunen and Tori Yee.

TAU BETA PI ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY Aaishah Kelani, Alex Hendricks, Alicia Esquivel, Anna Hodgson, Carrie Deline, Christopher Lemieux, Clayton Wikoff, Elizabeth Fanous, Emily Carlson, Ezequiel Partida, Joanne Webb, Joseph Dooling, Joshua Bernardin, Kaylee Asai, Kirby Townsend, Lindsey Matoi, Loren Johnson, Madeline Wiegel, Madison Piechowski, Mariana Alifa, Masaki Takamatsu, Melissa Dougherty, Michael Suehisa, Nathan Sarabia, Paige Hval, Raven Odian, Riley Evers, Sean Nevin, Stephen Board and Taylor Mercado.

TENNIS, CLUB Chaira Armstrong, Jack Vanderway, James Taylor, Ken Kasai, Lindsay Sunada, Miriam Binman, Raven Odian and Reece Gilbert.

TENNIS, MEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alex Bourgeouis, Cartier Juan, Charles Boyce, Diego Nava, Errol Smith, Ethan Prost, Garbiel Diaz Freire, Lucas Moreno, Lukas Moenter, Max Kaiser, Nick Borchenko and Ryan Brown.

TENNIS, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Anna Romeka, Camila Tumosa, Elvira Juravliova, Eva Marie Voracek, Siene Sharf, Siobhan Anderson, Sofiya Gaisina, Veronica Miroshnichenko and Yesica De Lucas.

TAU SIGMA NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Brianna Porter, Emmely Canela, Jessy Awramko, Lucy Li and Nina Stern.

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TR ANSCENDENCE

A S T U D E N T- L E D G R O U P F O R TR ANSGENDER AND NONBINARY PEOPLE TRANSCENDING GENDER ROLES • TRANSCENDING ISOLATION • TRANSCENDING SHAME TRANSCENDING THE GENDER BINARY • TRANSCENDING HATE

* this RSO promises members privacy

TOWER YEARBOOK Aimee Clive, Alex Lior, Alex Simon, Austin Martinez, Cassius Pettit, Christian Santander, Cristina Pintor, Elena Garcia, Emily Hubert, Haley Boyd, Hannah Wohlenberg, Jordan McLennan, Max Miyake, Michael Branconier, Mika Ventura, Patrick Reilly, Ralph Patacil, Sanjeeta Khullar, Sheriden Groves, Tygre Patchell-Evans, Tyler Marks, Vanessa Gomez and Vaneza Paredes.

TRANSCENDENCE TRI-BETA, EPSILON-DELTA CHAPTER Alex Isaev, Alexandria Scaltrito, Alyssa Weisblatt, Angelina Watson, Anna Yager, Antonio Porras, Ashley Rich, Betsy Jauregui, Blake Colton, Brandon Klein, Cameron Rehmani Seraji, Carolyn Egekeze, Corinne Wong, Deborah Lee, Desiree Gonzalez, Emiyln Asinas, Ileanna Lesko, Juliana Kodama, Karina Vescio, Leonardo GonzalezSmith, Lucy Li, Makenzie Cook, Matthew Allegretti, Nicole Infantino, Nika Vafadari, Rowena Fang and Sarah Pardi.

ULTIMATE LMU Abraham Haller, Allen Vartanian, Alyssa Scholl, Andrew Holloway, Andrew Stout, Austin De Rivel, Benjamin Smith, Brady Lawrence, Brian Small, Brock Squires, Cameron Bellamoroso, Cameron Petersen, Christian Boggs, Christian Golden, Christian Waje, Christopher Naum, Citlali Arroyo, Clifford Hardin, Connor Kleitz, Dale Campo, Daniel Gong, Dasia Intil, Emily Smith, Gabriel Blake, Gavin Mulcahy, Harper Woker, Hayden Blaz, Jaai Tanaka, Jackson Harris, Jacob Jobe, Jacob Makielski, James Byme, James Heissner, Jason Asabere, Jeremy Goldberg, Jiaxing Yu, Joel DeMay, John Manganiello, Johnny Law, Jordan Lofy, Joseph Coleman, Juliana Ferraro, Justin Brandt, Katherine Wright, Kyle Culinane, Li-Ting Chen, Lillian Schreiner, Lorenzo Mapua, Lucas Capestany, Mitchell Storey, Nathan Santos, Nicholas Kinkead, Nicholas Slanec, Nicholas Smith, Nils Heidenreich, Noelani Emnace, Owen McNiff, Rae Truman, Remmington Pearce, Roy Cho, Ryan Steel, Sean McCormick, Shonnu Ba Thaung, Spencer Trumpp, Thomas Bennet, Thomas Kelly, Thomas Richmond and William Brit.

UNDERWINGS PRAXIS Fatima Beck, Lucy Brandstrader, Nicole Ann Villa, Rayana Bonnell and Summer Yim.

VITA

Skolarz, Steven 322 Slaman, Sophia Slanec, Nicholas 362 Slattery, Savannah 142, 323, 359, 363 Slon, Dennis 313 Slowey, Kevin Slow Time Zones 44 Slubowski, Veronica Smail, Brian 243, 362 Smalley, Brendan Small, Rachel Smart, James 243, 322 Smillie, Elizabeth 352 Smith, Alexander 244, 274, 342 Smith, Alissa Smith, Benjamin 328, 355, 362 Smith, Christian 324, 343 Smith, Claire 244, 284 Smith, Cullen 244 Smith, Delphert 244, 320, 342, 345 Smith, Emilee 331, 333, 337, 362 Smith, Errol 361 Smith, Gregory 244, 327 Smith, Haley 347 Smith, Houston 244 Smith, Jade 313 Smith, Julia Smith, Kayci 325, 352 Smith, Marie 331 Smith, Monique 244, 291 Smith, Morgan 244 Smith, Nicholas 332, 352, 362 Smith, Rance Smith, Riley 350 Smith, Sam 359 Smith, Samantha 361 Smith, Samuel 244, 359 Smith, Shivan 333 Smith, Simone 326, 346, 352 Smith, Stacee 244, 324 Smith, Stephanie 365 Smith, Summer

Smith, Tenika 244, 331, 334 Smyers, Connor Smyth, Shivan Snyder, Sydney Snyder, Timothy Law 80, 184, 202, 312 Sobierajski, Kathryn 244, 351 Sobolewski, Emily 244, 330 Soccer, Men’s 142, 177, 355 Soccer, Women’s 88, 182, 356 Soccer, Women’s Club 187 Society, Alpha Psi Omega Theatre Honors 319 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers 357 Society of Women Engineers 357 Society, Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor 354 Sodexo 106 Sodha, Ria 352 Soeparto, Alroy Soeryadjaya, Augusta 113, 244, 316, 329, 339 Softball 64, 168, 173 357 Sofyan, Muhammad Sogard, Nicholas 322 Sohn, Collin 364 Soka Gakkai International 357 Solache, Adrian Solanki, Jay Solaria, Camila 346 Soldo, Jordan 341 Soleimani, Taleen 320 Soler, Miguel 354 Soliman, Amanda Soliman, Jared 244, 340, 352 Solis, Jeffrey 333 Solomon, Ryan Solorio, Camila Soloveva, Anastasiia Solovy, Elle Soltero, Freddy 350 Song, Austin

Andrew Stoddard, Celine Altamura, Chris Perez, Christian Garcia Delano Joel Perera, Emily Rawson, Fabio Cabezas, Facundo Gonzalez, Jackson Watkins, Jimmy Vivar, Joe Coleman, Joe Maiocco, Jonathan Kokotajlo, Katherine Merkl, Laurel Mooney, Markus Rocca, Maya Leann Washington, Mnason Abrot, Robert Hernandez, Shannon Hayes and Victoria Zobrist.

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Song, Jiaxuan 244 Sontag, Clayton Sordia, Ariana 340 Sorejian, Aleen 320 Soria, Natalie 244, 329 Soriano, Joshua 244, 299, 320, 321, 338 Soriano, Matthew Anthony Sosa, Kevin Solis Sosa, Rosario 244 Sosa, Samantha Sosa, Steven 244, 308 Sotoodeh, Ariana 244, 264, 319, 329 Soto, Rodrigo Sosa 324 Soto, Sabrina Soublet, Simone 324 Sousa, Vasco Pinto De 355 South Asian Students Association 357 Souverein, James 322, 333 Souza, Cole 356 Spagat, Olivia Spangenberg, Andrew 334, 354 Spangler, Annelise Spanish Club de LMU 357 Spaugh, Joshua 339, 350 Spaulding, Joan Spears, Courtney Special Games Committee 358 Special Olympics Club 358 Spencer, Tallie 244, 347 Sperber, Joseph 355 Sperling, Sofia Spezia, Benjamin 352 Spigelman, Kyle 333 Spillane, Kim Spitz, Leah 244, 303, 350, 360 Spoon, Forrest 333 Sprackman, Jordan 324 Springer, Matthew Sprott, Larry 326 Sprouse, Courtney 105, 337, 340, 341, 347 Sprowls, Katherine

Squarcia, Kelsey 340 Squires, Brock 354, 362 Srinivasan, Hiranmayi 244, 318, 340 Srivastava, Sidhant 244 Stacey, Kimberly 244 Stacey, Nicole 353 Stachniuk, William 319 Stack, Farah 361 Stackle, Erin 351 Stafford, John 342 Staine, Ravynne 244, 330 Stainton, Natalie 331 Stallworth, Samantha 324 Staluppi, Francesco Stamas, Alexandros 330 Stamberger, Margaret 336 Stammen, Taylor 319, 365 Stango, Dominique Stanley, Raychel 323 Stanton, Kelly 318 Stanton, Natalie Stanton, Zoie Starbuck, Lucas 245, 354 Starling, Charlotte 332 Starr, Madelyn Starr, Rebecca Stasio, Emanuel Di 333 Staugaard, Matthew 354 Steamhouse Comedy Club 358 Steele, Austin Steele, Michelle 356 Steel, Ryan 362 Stefania, Marcia Steffens, Ryan 333 Stegenga, Michael 355 Steger, Eric 334, 354 Steiner, Phillip 338 Steinmann, Christian Stein, Matthew 28, 316, 326, 327, 333 Stein, Michaela Stellmacher, Jaichuang Stephen, Matthew Stephens, Kathryn 245, 318 Stephenson, Drew Stephenson, James 245,

324, 345 Stern, Nina 361 Stevens, Lindsey 355 Stevenson, Emily 329 Stewart, Nicholas Stillwell, Zachary Stinson, Dylan Stirling, Matthew 359 Stites, Haley 329 Stock, Joseph 245 Stoddard, Andrew 326, 343, 362 Stoddard, Chloe St. Oegger, Arianna 244, 364 Stokes, Joshua Stokes, Victoria 329 Stone, Brad 44 Stone, Christian 245, 338, 358 Stone, Victoria Stone-Zachery, Julien 350 Storbeck, Dana 351 Storey, Mitchell 362 Story, Sean Stottlemire, Katie 336 Stout, Andrew 362, 365 Strabala, Sydney 333 Strafeldas, Courtney Straiten, Alexis 245, 327, 346, 350, 351 Strait, Miya 326, 348 Strand, Emma 245, 331 Strand, Sarah 338 Stratte, Joseph Straughan, Samuel Strickland, John Strieker, Sage 321 Strieleman, Oriana Strohl, Hannah 245, 319 Stronck, Raidy Stroobandt, Isabelle 340, 355 Strossman, Carolyn 326, 333 Stroud, Sophia 245 Strugatsky, Annie 327, 350 Strutner, Alexandra Stuart, Allyson 318

Stubblefield, Noah Student Athlete Advisory Committee 359 Student Athlete Mentors 359 Student Employment Services 371 Student Leadership & Development 371 Student Psychological Services 53, 80 Students Supporting Israel at LMU 360 Student Veterans Organization 359 Student Worker Program 359 Subramaniam, Shivani Sudarga, Hardianto Suehisa, Michael 320, 326, 361 Suhermin, Gabriella 245 Su, Jingwen Sulahian, Giovanna 320 Sulcer, Niall 346 Sulewski, Jackson 245, 329 Sullivan, Blaine Sullivan, Demetria Sullivan, Douglas 322, 333 Sullivan, Eiko 329 Sullivan, Emily 320, 345, 352, 357 Sullivan, Leah 333 Sullivan, Matthew Sultan, Daniel 355 Sumarkho, Darvin Sumarta, Albert Sumida, Allison Sunada, Lindsay 245, 329, 361 Sunarjo, Russell 245 Sunga, Marc 334, 352 Sunga, Nicholas 245 Sun, Huaijin 31 Sun, Spencer 245 Sun, Tianze Sun, Yawen Sun, Yihang

VOLLEYBALL, MEN’S CLUB Christopher Cassar, Edward Bachoura, Edward Karrer, Ian Lizarda, Jared Lyons, Joseph Rovetto, Joshua Ocana, Justin Joseph, Liam Nolan, Luke Bradford, Mark Thompson, Matt Kuelpman, Matthew Kishaba, Raleigh Burk, Scott Krugler, Spencer Hollister, Thomas Scully, Trevor Cotterel and William Hohorst.

VOLLEYBALL, WOMEN’S CLUB Alyson Beaulieu, Ashley Rietmann, Grace Bolen, Katy Sanchez, Kelty Hori, Kimberely Rochard, Loni Weger, Mackenzie Mea, Michaela Johnson, Moriah De Los SantosMoore, Nicole Honda, Olivia Brimacomb, Patricia (Rainey) Lynch, Raquel Amador, Sarah Lanzner, Sarah Lowey and Shayna Yallaly.

VOLLEYBALL, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alexis Morrow, Emma Johnson, Jessie Prichard, Kekai Whitford, Kristen Castellanos, Lindsay Carr, Megan Rice, Meredith Teague, Sara Kovac, Savannah Slattery, Sierra Bartley and Tess Reid.

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WATERPOLO, MEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Alessio Brunochelli, Alex Arhimaritis, Andrew Koustoumbardis, Austin Clark, Christian Huhn, Collin Sohn, Cory McGee, Daniel Arellano, Daniel Roth, Davis Waugh, Dayne Jagga, Dominick Beaudine, Edward Moss, Eric Reitmeir, Ford Witman, Gunnar White, Jacob Markle, Joseph Shaw, Kian Lotfi, Matt Braun, Matthew Knoedler, Milan Vitorovic, Neil LeVecke, Nicolaus Rimlinger, Rober Halligan, Rylan Russell, Scott Thomas, Tim Shaw,Tyler Haugh and Zach Gleason.

WATERPOLO, WOMEN’S VARSITY (NCAA) Abbey Grosse, Alena Sanchez, Annika Armstrong, Arianna St. Oegger, Brianna Quade, Claire Wright, Daniela Hernandez, Hana Vilanova, Havana Campo, Jacqueline Verdugo, Julie Zanobini, Katie Hungerford, Kiana Harpstrite, Lauren Owens, Marissa Bryant-Manago, Melyssa Moore, Morgan Molloy, Reagan Denny, Ryan-Marie Ickes, Serena Zafiris and Sky Flores.

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Sun, Ziyuan Suo, Yunfei 245 Su, Po Supowitz, Justin Suresh Nair, Gautham Surf Club 360 Surgent, Charles Suri, Akriti 245, 318 Suri, Daksh Sursum Corda Service Organization 163, 189, 360 Suryadi, Aurelia Suryanto, Kevin 245 Su, Samuel 335 Susanto, Bill 245 Susanto, Ivan Sutandinata, Ashley Marie Roque Sutanto, Andre Sutedja, Arvin 245 Sutedja, Emily Sutjipto, Tommy Sutton, Paisley 43, 316, 324 Sutton, Robert 355 Sutton, Talia Suwardi, Jesslyn 245 Su, Ziyang Suzuki, Shaye Sveningson, Brett Swallow, Brooke Swaminarayan, Jigar 321, 333 Swan, Benjamin 355 Swan, Savannah Swanson, Andrew 187, 322, 350 Swanson, Serena 326, 355 Swanson, Suzanne 329 Swaya, Nicolas Sweeney, Charlye 331 Sweeney, Jacob Sweeney, Lauren Sweitzer, Mikayla 349, 360 Swenson, Jared 329, 333, 355 Swide, Thomas Swift, Jessica 245, 263 Swim, Women’s 119, 182, 361

Sy, Anthony 340 Syed, Shaeema 327 Sy-Facunda, Christopher 324 Symes, Trent Symmonds, Julianna Symmonds, Makayla 245 Sy, Nicholas 245, 353 Sypolt, Arika 331, 357 Sy-Quia, Joanna 245 Syufy, Nicholas Szaboky, Benjamin 354 Szatko, Juliet Szollosi, Robin Szymanski, Kathryn

Tt Tabaldo, Jordan 319, 337 Tabirara, Yzabella 245, 272, 325 Tabirara, Yzie 325 Tacchino, Drew 245 Tadayon, Jahan 151, 245, 324 Tafa, Tapiwa Tafoya, Gabriel Taghizadeh, Kamand Taher, Luluwa Al Tahmassebi, Amir 333 Tai-Beauchamp, Julien 321, 333 Taimoori, Monica 359 Tai, Wei-Yu 246 Takahashi, Marc 333 Takahashi, Ryan 342 Takamatsu, Masaki 353, 361 Takanishi, Davin 319, 326 Takata, Sasha 318 Takemoto, Megan 156, 246, 316, 318, 327, 350 Takeuchi, Matthew 349, 354 Talatala, Edward Ryan 358 Talghatti, Isha Tallak, Kedar Tallatalla, Edward 353 Talley, Jia Talty, Hadley 355

Talusan, Emmanuel Joseph 246, 333, 345 Tamayo, John-Paul Tamhane, Maya 325 Tammen, Nicolas Tanabe, Hayden 81, 156, 184, 246, 320, 330, 345 Tanabe, Julia 319 Tanaka, Jaai 324, 362 Tanaka, James 246 Tan, Brandon 340, 350 Tan, Cortney 246 Tandrea, Jansen Tanedo, Charisse 246, 336 Tanedo, Jarryd Fernand Tanefski, Lauren Tangara, Giorgio 246 Tang, Justin 336, 341, 345 Tang, Tiffany 326, 336, 348 Tang, Yidan Tanli, Kayla Tan, Li Ying 357 Tan, Maria Tannehill, Abigail Tannenbaum, Jake 246, 333, 353 Tanner, Gwynneth 343 Tanner, Jake 333 Tan, Presillyn Tan, Shui Ki Joyce 246 Tan, Skyler 324 Tantasathien, Kant Tanubrata, Kevin Tan, Veronica Rose 336 Tan, Wenda Tan, William Tanzi, Giuseppi Tao, Bo Rui 354 Taoyama, Alison 358 Taplin, Alison 336 Tar, Aisha Tara, Kayan 345 Tarakji, Albert 246 Tarantino, Raegan 319 Taraporevala, Kayan Taricco, Anna 246, 319, 327, 343 Tar, Muhammad 346

Tarricone, Nicholas 333 Tarutis, Matthew 359 Tate, April 324 Taube, Martin Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society 361 Tau Sigma National Honor Society 361 Taus, Ryan 321 Tave, Jackson 246, 334 Taweil, Kienan Taylor, Armani Delores 246, 255, 342 Taylor, Caitlin Taylor, Cameron Taylor, Cheyenne 346 Taylor, Ivan Taylor, James 361 Taylor Johnson 224 Taylor, Kathryn Taylor, Kierstyn Taylor, Mia Taylor, Mick Taylor, Summer 333 Taylor, Zachary 37 Teague, Meredith 323, 363 Teasdale, Michael Tebou, Sabrina 246, 357 Teceno, Callahan Teerasuphaset, Emily 104, 329 Teferi, Redit 322 Tejada, Aoife 318, 353 Tejada, Matthew 333, 353 Teledo, Alfredo 326 Telloli-Weinfeld, Matteo 345 Telona, Alfredo 320, 324, 345 Telona, Eslie Templer, Cole 350 Templer, Sydnee 246, 331, 358 Tender, Emily Tennis 361 Tennis, Men’s 118, 175 Tennis, Women’s 118, 172 Terine, Hansel

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Terrazas, Cole 354 Terry, Alexa 341 Terry, Arden 246, 329, 341, 354 Terry, Kayla Tersini, Gina 329 Terzo, Katherine Tesfaiohannes, Naomi 344, 346 Tesfaye, Kidus Tether, Matthew Thackeray, Madhuri Thakrar, Karina 336 Thaung, Shonnu Ba 325, 333, 352, 362 Theard, Tabitha 346, 359 The Cage 325 The Del Rey Players 328 The Husky, LaLa 354 The Lionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Den 343 The LMU Outdoor Club 345 The Loft 345 The Madrid City Hall 73 The National Association of Black Journalists 347 The Padre Pio Society 349 Thermiotis, Alejandro 355 Thermitus, Stephanie The Sierra Club 70 The Well 365 Thiodores, Felicia 333 Thio, Eva Thoman, Christopher 355, 357, 360 Thomas, Bradley Thomas, Chase Thomas, Cheyenne 246 Thomas, Hana 318, 326 Thomas, Hanalani Thomas, Justin Thomas, Kiaerra Thomas, Maya Thomas, Miles 345 Thomas, Natahly Thomason, Ruby 334 Thomas, Parker 338 Thomas, Scott 359, 364 Thompson, Addison

Thompson, Alexander 333 Thompson, Anna 92, 319, 340, 350 Thompson, Annika 333 Thompson, Brooke 329, 336 Thompson, Derrian Thompson, Jessica Thompson, Mark 320, 360, 363 Thompson, Sierra 340 Thomsen, Bailey 246, 326, 329 Thorp, James Thorp, Megan 357 Thorson, Atomic 329, 346 Thurman, Alanna Marie 246, 282, 340 Thu, Wesley Thyne, Eric Van Tietz, Amanda 319 Tiffany, Alice 331, 340 Tilbury, Susan 319 Til, Colton Van Tinanjero, Christopher 327 Ting, Jonathan 324, 330, 339, 340 Tinio, Jade 333 Tio, Ira 333 Tiong-Smith, Christian Tipon, Al 338 Tirona, Kealani 350 Tirtha, Thomas Andrew Tjandra, Jason 333, 365 Tjhung, Kevin 333 Tjiptodihardjo, Alexander Tjiptodihardjo, Kevin Tjogas, Mackenzie 246, 324 Tobbogan, Mantis 355 Tocco, Kyle Toche, Tahirih 332, 348 Todd, John Tolles, Jack Tolliver, Moriah 341, 358, 365 Toluie, Ava Toma, David 113, 246 Tom, Alyssa Toma, Michael 246

Tomas, Domingo 246, 359 Tomas, Victoria Santo Tombari, Spencer 358 Toole, Tim 319, 328 Toole, Timothy Toor, Mehar Topacio, Talyssa 75, 319 Topper, Alex 300 Topper, Alexander 247 Torgerson, Elizabeth 329 Tormey, Shannon 331, 345 Torre, Aaron De La Torres, Gabby 333 Torres, Gabriela 320 Torres, Gaby 357 Torres, Grant 247 Torres, Ivan Torres, Jennifer Torres, Jessica 327 Torres, Justin 321 Torres, Justin Kyle 333 Torres, Lauren 325, 331 Torres, Michael Torres, Pilar 247, 356 Toure, Mariam Tovalin, Kelly 247 Tovalin, Kelly Marie 285 Towers, Collene 326 Tower Yearbook 362 Towns, Brendan 324, 325 Townsend, Kirby 320, 349, 357, 361 Toy, Gavin 340 Trachtenberg, Olivia Tracy, Natalie 247, 318 Trafton, Anne 95, 338 Trakas, Allyson 342 Tramel, Nicholas 325 Tran, Edward Tran, Hop Tran, Justin 247, 327 Tran, Kenny Tran, Kien Transcendence 362 Transue, Hailey 247, 254, 319, 337, 347 Tran, Teddy 348 Trask, Grace

Travers, Dylan Travis, Tiana 346 Treanor, Brian 331 Treece, Olivia 247, 319 Trefzger, Catherine 340 Tremble, Paulina Treuhaft, Alexandra Trevino, Cristina 333, 356 Trevino, Sean Trevor, Camille Trexler, William 333, 355 Triantafyllos, Evan Tri-Beta 362 Trinh, Hien Tripaldi, Joseph Triska, Stephany Da Silva Trivedi, Rishabh 357 Trivedi, Ristabh 345 Trogni, Ewan 338 Troilo, Joshua Tropea, Ashley 326 Tropp, Maria Trosky, Jade Trotta, Joe 338 Trudo, Megan 247, 298, 330, 333 Trudo, Meghan 324 True, Hannah 344 Trujillo, Marena 326, 352, 357 Trujilo, Marena 331 Truman, Rae 362 Trump, Donald 79 Trumpp, Spencer 362 Truong, Christina 319 Truong, Kelly 247 Tsao, Ethan 326, 336, 338, 343 Tse, Carleen Ann 247, 267, 319, 349 Tsokolas, Athan 338 Tubiolo, Mirra Tufan, Ekin Tu, Joseph 333, 336, 357 Tumanyan, Kevin Tumosa, Camila 359, 361 Tun, Angela Turk, Alexander 325, 345

THE WELL Abby Bogh, Alezae Cary, Andrew Rodriguez, Andrew Stout, Austin Carder, Aya Diaz, Calista Herrera, Clayton Wikoff, Dawson Hayfield, Dylan-John Loo, Eric Byers, Erica Choe, Hannah Harrah, Hannah Lyford, Isadora Gaw, Jason Tjandra, John David Castro, John Hardy, John Lopez, Kaitlyn Cheung, Kay Hampton, Kiitan Doherty, Lucille Njoo, Marcus Lucescu, Marlene Jenson, Mary Schell, Melissa Beck, Melissa Herrera, Mikayla Gingrey, Miriam Hermina, Moriah Tolliver, Priscilla Law, Remmington Pearce, Rylan Russel, Sabrina Sandoval, Sarah Kistler, Sofia Anaya, Stacy Lam, Stephanie Smith, Susan Ruiz, Taylor Stammen, Thalia Piedra, Ting Zhu and Yoltic Domingos.

WELLNESS EDUCATORS Ashley Rehder, Emily Erves, Hannah Champagne, Jennifer deRutte, Lauren Pritting, Mariana Ramirez and Taleene Armen.

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DESIGN M. VENTURA | PHOTOS PROVIDED BY ALL ORGANIZATIONS

ORGANIZATIONS NOT PICTURED

Alpha Epsilon Delta: The Health Preprofessional Honor Society, Ancient Worlds Club, Animation Club, Asian Pacific American Coalition, Athletes in Action, BPM EDM Club, California Association for Bilingual Education LMU Chapter, Catalyst, Charity in Bloom, Climbing Club, College Democrats, College Republicans, Curis Educatione Iuventutis, De Colores, Do Something!, Esther’s Daughters Bible Group, Ethiopian Eritrean Student Association, Ethiopian Eritrean Student Association, First To Go, Food Recovery Network, Fraternal Values Society, Golf Club, Graduate Assoc. of School Psychology, Guardian Scholars, Haiti: Hands On, Harambee: An Approach to Activism Through Mentorship, Human Resources Society, Ignacio Companions, INCOSE LMU Student Division, Intramural Sports, Jewish Student Life, Kappa Alpha Psi, Lambda Theta Nu, Latino Business Student Association, Lions for Healing, LM-U Match, LMUCLA Connection, Mixed Martial Arts Club, Mock Trial Association , Muay Thai & XMTA Association, Na Kolea, National Black Law Student Association: Pre-Law Division, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Orientation Team, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Pre-Dental Society, Pre-Physician Assistant Club, Program Assistants, Radio Controlled Club, Remnant Free Realm, RESILIENCE, Rotaract Club, Sisters in Solidarity, Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Society of Physics Students, Student Brewing Club, Students for Labor and Economic Justice, Sustaining a Village Everyday, Swim Club, The Learning Community (TLC@LMU), To Write Love on Her Arms, Transfer Friends, Transfer Programs (Transfer Peer Mentors), United Greek Council, Veteran Programs, Women’s Club Lacrosse, Young Americans for Freedom

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Turkay, Barboros 247 Turkson, Nana 326 Turner, Lily 355 Turner, Stephen 329 Tuyl, Ronald Van Twiford, Jack 355 Twiford, Olivia 319, 326, 328, 338, 343 Twilling, Aria Twitero, Landon Tyagi, Anushka 336 Tyrnauer, Emma 356

Uu Uba, Renée 247 Udom, Jordan 247, 281, 319 Uen, Aimee 313 Uglow, Kaylin 326 Uhl, Cooper 322, 359 Ujlaki, Stephen 314 Ujor, Obaroene Ulery, Lynda Ullmann, Maria 247, 326, 360 Ultimate LMU 362 Underwings Praxis 362 Underwood, Merissa Underwood, Thomas Ungaro, Taryn 333, 340 Ung, Lauren Ung, Nathan 333, 336 University of California Santa Barbara 180, 315 University of San Diego 171 University Relations 371 Uno, Melanie Unsal, Emir 247 Urban, Dylan 324 Urban, Matthew Urgo, Katelin 319 Uribe, Jeanine Urundul, Emirsedat Usman, Hans Utomo, Brandon 339 Utz, Patrick 338

Vv Vafadari, Nika 247, 362 Vais, Rachel 247, 329 Valdepenas, Laura 338, 350, 357 Valdes, Elizabeth 247 Valdes, Raegen 247, 331 Valdez, Derrick 340, 352 Valdez, Liz 326 Valdez, Nathan 247, 354 Valdez, Nick 354 Valdez, Pauline 247, 327, 330, 340 Valdry, Zachary 247, 329 Valencia, David 320, 333, 338, 358 Valencia, Emilio 341, 345 Valencia, Valerie Valentine, Laura 329 Valenzuela, Nubia 247 Valenzuela, Sandie 335 Vallejo, Aeden 325, 327 Vallejo, Kevin Van Balen, Ryan VanDenburg, Paige 247 VanDermyden, Tori 353 Vanderwey, Angela 164 Vanderwey, John 361 VanDeventer, Judy 336 Van-Dyke, John 319 van Essche, Amelia 355 Vanier, Jolie Vannett, Jennifer Van Norden, Evelina 247 Vanstrum, Nicholas 342 Van Ysseldyk, Zachary 324, 333 Varakin, Andrey 343, 345 Vargas-Thome, Alexandra Varma, Tristan 342, 345 Varney, Lindsay 343 Vartanian, Allen 247, 320, 321, 329, 362 Vasiliauskas, Vejas 326 Vasquez, Alejandra 90, 332, 338, 343, 346 Vasquez, Juan 320, 354

Vasquez, Samantha Vasquez, Stephanie 327, 335 Vassallo, Mikala 330 Vassallo, Timothy 247, 331, 360 Vass, Natasha Vaughn, Jade 248, 340 Vazquez, Angel 321, 324, 332, 343, 346 Vazquez, Daniel 342 Vazquez, Juan 248, 324 Vazquez, Miguel Ved, Jay-Donavin Vedwa, Manvi Vees, Emily 20, 326 Velasco, Andree 29, 316, 323 Velasco, Barbara 321, 346 Velasco, Bianca 29, 316, 323 Velasquez, Alexander 350 Velasquez, Alyna Velasquez-Cruz, Silvia Velasquez, Isabella Velasquez, Jaimie Velastegui, Evan Velazco, Diego Velazquez, Alexander 248 Velez, Joseph 357 Vellozzi, Joshua Venegas, Carmen Ventigan, Nicholas 67, 248, 319, 325, 354 Ventimiglia, Brendan Ventura, Mikaela 104, 204, 248, 262, 316, 320, 340, 362, 371 Ventura, Remo 340 Ventura, Roberto 338 Vera, Alexia Saavedra Veral, Ural Verbiest, Ryan Verbitckaia, Mariia Verdin, Alexander 248 Verdugo, Jacqueline 248, 364 Verhulp, Jake 248 Vernon-Moore, Avery 248 Vescio, Karina 362 Victor, Kali

Vidal, Jose Vidaurri, Rosalio 248 Vieira, Naomi 248, 350 Vien, Christian 354 Vierra, Emelia 350 Vilanova, Hana 364 Villa, Daniela 345 Villadolid, Gabrielle Villagomez, Fernando 345 Villagomez, Luis Villa, Grace 331, 336 Villalobos, Johanna 324 Villalobos, Joshua 151, 248, 284 Villalobos, Julia Villalobos, Kevin Villa, Nicole Ann 346, 362 Villarosa, Salve Villa, Scarlett Villate, Alexis 326, 340 Vinca, Jensen 248, 301, 329 Visser, Heidi VITA 362 Vitacco, Cassandra 248, 305 Vitalich, Amanda Vitalich, Victoria 248, 318 Vitorovic, Milan 364 Vitta, Jake 354 Vitta, Timothy Vivar, Jimmy , 248, 27, 326, 333, 349, 362 Vlasov, Leonid 333 Vo, Ashley 340 Voboril, Jerrad 317 Voelker, Matthew Voge, Jacob 326 Vogel, Molly 37, 248, 329 Volpis, Shanon Vongvanij, Vichida 333, 336 von Oswald, Josephine Voracek, Eva Marie 172, 361 Vora, Jasmine Vorgitch, Madelyn 248, 328 Voss, Brenden Voth, Griffin Voudouris, Hayley 335 Voyles, Traci 331 Vries, Timothy De 345

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Vukovich, Talia Vuong, Jonathan Vu, Vivian Vysel, Jessica Vyugov, Nikita 321

Ww Waajid, Z. Khalilah 42 Wackerman, Mallory 329, 346 Wada, Aira 321, 346 Waddy, Charity 353, 358 Wade-de Jong, Janneke 326 Wade, Kristi 313 Wagner, Konrad 354 Wagner, Kristen 350 Wagner, Meaghan 190, 320, 326, 352 Wagner, Robert 248, 354 Wagoner, Acacia 331 Waite, Natalie 334, 350, 351 Waje, Christian 318, 346, 362 Wakeman, Joseph 333 Walbridge, Cameron 330 Waldow, Samuel 105 Walker, Carmen 324 Walker, Jackson Walker, Jennifer Walker, Jordan 248 Walker, Kamryn Walker, Katherine 318 Walker, Nolan Jacobs 329 Walker, Paige Walker, Richard 353 Walker, Tatiana Wallace, Amanda 248, 329 Wallace, Cheyanne 323 Wallace, Lexis 248, 329 Walley, Brittan 356 Wallis, Elissa Wallis, Riley Walsh, Austin Walsh, Cameron 248, 354 Walters, Samuel 248, 354 Walton, Kaisara 324

Wang, Alicia Wang, Chongnan Wang, Di Wang, Jason 329 Wang, Jizhong 147, 248 Wang, Karen 22, 73, 331, 336 Wang, Xiaoquan Wang, Yue 105, 333 Wang, Zhengsheng Wanket, Samantha 352 Wanland, Deric Want, Hannah 248, 350 Wan, Ziyue Warburton, Nicholas 248, 337 Ward, Craig Ward, Jacob Wardlaw, Arabella 248, 319 Warlick, Berkley 249 Warmoth, Riley Warnecke, Janet 249 Warner, Blair 249 Warque, Ann Frances 326, 340, 352, 360 Warren, Elizabeth 41 Warwick, Millicent Washington, Harold 324 Washington, Kapri 54, 72, 73, 324, 326 Washington, Laina 358 Washington, Maya 349, 357, 362 Wasserkrug, Pierce 249 Watanabe, Janine 336 Water Polo, Men’s 175, 364 Water Polo, Women’s 181 Waterstone, Michael 313 Watkins, Jackson 326, 345, 362 Watkins, Max 342 Watson, Angelina 362 Watts, Madeline Watts, Nadia 333 Waugh, Davis 364 Waxman, Allison 345 Waxman, Chance Waxman, Derek Wear, Deanna 329

Weatherall, Maureen 313 Webb, Amber 324, 334 Webber, Deja 346, 352 Webber, Lilly 340 Webb, Joanne 249, 355, 361 Webb, Jordan 322 Weber, Amy 249, 338, 344 Wedell, Jordyn 326, 350 Weed, Brynne 325, 350 Weedon, Matthew 353, 355 Wee, Victoria Weger, Loni 350, 363 Wehby, Rachel Wehrle, Cameron Wei, Bolun 329 Weiler, Erika 326, 336 Weil, Jack 331, 354 Weinberg, Emma Weingardt, Alexandrea 357 Weinreich, Nathan 249 Weinstock, Allyson 340 Weisblatt, Alyssa 345, 362 Weise, Blake Weiss, Alyx Weissman, Jacob 333 Weiss, Samuel 249 Weisz, Rachael 319 Weitz, Channing 249 Weitz, Jakob 249, 353 Welk, Dana 358 Welk, Paulina 355, 358 Weller, Lian 328, 331, 336, 341 Wellness Educators 365 Wells, Braden 329, 341 Wells, Nicolas 327, 338 Wells, Shanece 326, 346 Welton, Jace 319 Wermers, Sarah 319 Wertz, Theresa 198 Wess, Cheyanne 249 Wesslander, Angelica 249, 333 West Coast Conference 171 West, Elias West, Megan 357 Westendorf, Maclaine 249, 286, 319, 351 Westerberg, Kyra

Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship 171 Western Water Polo Association 175 West, Megan 331, 357 West, Michael Westover, Evelyn 249, 319 Weyland, Hanna 327 Whalen, Nell Wheeler, Cameron 249 Wheelon, Haley 249, 329 Whitaker, Jacob 354 White, Carlos White, Gunnar 364 Whitehall, Kate White, Lauren 249 White, Meghan White, Sydney 336 Whitford, Ke Kai Malu ‘O Kalani 171, 323, 363 Whitley, Emma Whitman, Braden Whitmore, Marisa 346 Whitmore, Nile 355 Whitney, Bronson 62 Whitworth, Ralph Whitworth, Walker 335 Wiberg, Alexander Wibowo, Ariel Wickler, Kaitlyn Widjaja, Illona Widjojo, Coxinga 354 Widman, John Luke 249 Wiegel, Madeline 249, 320, 350, 357, 361 Wiegert, Gerry 249 Wiggins Harrison, Parker 249 Wignall, Trenton 337 Wijaya, Erland 249 Wijaya, Hendra Wijaya, Jovanka 249 Wikoff, Clayton 249, 334, 361, 365 Wilcox, James Wilcox, Kees 192 Wilcox, Nicholas 333, 355

Wilder, Janaya 343 Wilder, Timothy 343 Wileman, Jacqueline 282 Wilhelm, Caroline 313 Wilhelm-Hart, Sasha 338 Wilkie, Natalie 249, 284, 325, 344 Wilkins, Morgan 333 Williams, Dominique Williams, Dylan Williams, India 249 Williams, Jordan Williams, Joshua 249, 353, 359 Williams, Julia 331, 345, 357 Williams, Logan Williams, Mariah 329 Williams, Matthew 354 Williams, Maxwell 249, 319 Williams, Maya Williams, Mitsuyo 329 Williams, Monica 337, 359 Williamson, Matthew Williams, Parker Williams, Quinn Williams, Savannah Williams, Shane Williams, Tiffani Williams, Timothy Williams, Toni Williams, Vanessa 346 Williams, Zachary 345 Williams, Zafir 176, 185, 322 Willis, Andrew 324, 334 Willis, Geornay 250, 319, 320 Willis, Isabel 119, 316, 359, 361 Willis, Maya 326 Willis, Tristan 325 Willover, Hannah 360 Willover, Leah 250, 327 Willrich, Mason 353, 354 Wills, Danielle 250, 318 Wilmoth, Shannon Wilson, Aaliyah 324, 333 Wilson, Billy 322 Wilson, Carter Wilson, Chloe Wilson, Elsa 320, 323

Wilson, Erin 196 Wilson, Evangeline Wilson, Gabrielle 333 Wilson, Herb 343 Wilson, Herbert 355 Wilson, Kathryn 196, 340 Wilson, Kesterlyn 348 Wilson, Kyle 326, 331, 352 Wilson, Linnay 357 Wilson, Michael 355 Wilson, Molly Wilson, Natalie Wilson, Nikki 196 Wilson, Reilly 196 Win Htein, Cho 250 Win Htein, Chu 250 Winters, Luis Winton, Anneka 340, 356 Wirawan, Enrico 333 Wirick, Emily 250 Wiser, Zachary Wisz, Delanie 357 Witman, Ford 364 Witono, Jessica 250, 339 Witowski, Luciana 330 Witter, Alexandra 319 Wittliff, Willow Wohlenberg, Hannah 39, 328, 359, 362, 371 Wojcik, Helena 250 Woker, Harper 362 Wolf, Alison Wolfe, Lydia Lopez 354 Wolfert, Jacob Wolverton, Chloe Womack-Henderson, Noel Women’s Club Soccer 323 Women’s Club Basketball 356 Women’s Club Volleyball 363 Women’s Varsity Beach Volleyball (NCAA) 176, 323 Women’s Cross Country & Track (NCAA) 328 Women’s Varsity Tennis (NCAA) 361

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Women’s Varsity Volleyball (NCAA) 142, 171, 363 Women’s Varsity Waterpolo (NCAA) 364 Women’s Varsity (NCAA) 356, 357, 361 Women’s Varsity (NCAA) 323 Women’s Varsity Rowing (NCAA) 353 Wong, Aaron 330, 326, 333 Wong, Alexis 317 Wong, Aron 250, 321 Wong, Calvin 329 Wong, Cameron 327 Wong, Cheryl 335, 346 Wong, Corinne 362 Wong, Daniel 342 Wong, Davaughn Wong, Harrison 354 Wong, Jason 333 Wong, Kelli 250, 348 Wong, Matthew Wai Heng Wong, Michael 313 Wong, Natalie 250 Wong, Raymond 336 Wong, Ruby 250, 346 Wongserbchart, Wongthipa 250 Wong, Trevor Wong, Yi Ning 250, 336 Woodard, Cameron 345 Woodard, Jackson Woodbridge-McCormick, Francis Woodbury, Jennifer 340 Wood, Eliza Woodfield, Justin 37 Woodhead, Kenneth Woodland, Kyle Woodlee, Jake 250, 305, 354 Wood, Robert Woods, Jordan 250 Woolsey, Briana 319 Woolstenhulme, Taylor 331, 333, 345, 352 Woo, Rhea 250 Workmaster, Charles 319,

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326 Workneh, Helah 250 Worku, Dianne Wright, Claire 250, 364 Wright, Ian Wright, Jailen Wright, Katherine 250, 362 Wright, Kathryn 329, 332 Wright, Madison 250 Wright, William Wright, Xaida 250, 344, 346 Wroblewski, Judith Grace 95, 348h Wroblewski, Simon Wu, Andrew 250, 322, 334 Wu, Audrey 329, 336 Wymetalek, Jacob 333, 354 Wynn, Emma 360 Wynter, Andrea

Xx Xavier, Sky 352 Xiao, Jonathan 319, 336 Xia, Stanley Xia, Tianxuan Xie, Alex

Yy Yadanar, Hnin 330 Yager, Anna 324, 331, 362 Yaghobi, Prenny 320, 350, 352 Yagi, Chance Yahyavi, Callie 250, 342 Yallaly, Shayna 329, 363 Yalung, Monica 321, 326 Yamada, Jessica Yamamoto, Kenji Yamamoto, Mei 250 Yamamoto, Raven Yanaga, Liberty 42, 250 Yanez, Christopher Yang, Huan 334

Yang, Jiayi Yang, Luyu 325 Yang, Man 250 Yang, Michael 336, 348 Yang, Safira Yang, Shiqi 325 Yang, Sijia 325 Yang, Yin-Yin Yankovich, Nicolai Yan-Ling, Amanda Ang Yano, Shayne Yao, Yibin 250 Yarbrough, Bryana 86, 331, 350 Yasar, Makeen 322, 324, 325, 346 Yasar, Mustafa 251 Yashar, Ashley 360 Yasko, Sarah Yaury, Joshua 251, 339 Ybarra, Shianne 357 Yee, Carissa 340, 341 Yee, Emma 331, 345 Yee, Kaitlyn 251, 336 Yee, Matthew 333, 341 Yee, Victoria 251, 359, 361 Yeh, Chun-Hao Brian Yeo, Alexander 251 Yeo, Nicholas 346 Yepiz, Veronica 121, 251, 336, 346 Yepremian, Alik 320, 336 Yerman, Savannah 251 Ye Thura Hein, William 333 Yeung, Kylie 348 Yi, Christina 324, 326, 358 Yim, Dale 340 Yim, Summer 340, 362 Yim, Yuen Sum 333, 336, 348 Yinger, David Yip, Andre 343, 350 Yip, Megan 336, 340, 345, 348 Yip, Samantha 340 Yiu, Elsda Yiu, Tun Yohan, Joshua 333

Yokoyama, Kyle 322 Yonamine, Marissa 251, 336, 348, 352 Yoo, Caleb 251 York, Andrew 329, 342 You, Hyung Jun 343 Youlios, Rachel Young, David 333 Young, Emma 326, 329 Young-Harry, Cameron 251, 325, 350 Young, Lillian 331 Young, Troy 333 Yousafzai, Malala 41 Yrene, Michael Ysseldyk, Zachary Van Yuan, Meng 251 Yue, Ingrid 318, 340 Yufanyi, Amina 341 Yu, Jiaxing 362 Yun, Alexander Yurttas, Kagan 345 Yustiarti, Nina 320, 334, 338 Yvellez, Carlos 324, 343

Zz Zafiris, Serena 364 Zafman, Zoe Zagorski, Anna 328, 352 Zainal, Zaina Zakarian, Fiaba Zakerani, Bianca 251 Zamanian, Yasamin Zaman, Siraj Zambrano, David Zamora, Alexandra 251, 319, 354 Zamudio, Maria Lopez 343 Zanini, Michael 338 Zanobini, Julianne 359, 364 Zaorski, Adam 330 Zapata, Alejandro 321, 333, 341 Zarazu, Darlene 350 Zare, Armaan 113, 251, 324, 329, 333

Zarekari, Mateen 251, 320, 345 Zarrabian, Cyrus 322 Zarroug, Tasneem 350 Zavala, Kristen 342 Zavala-Zimmerer, Vanessa 251, 342 Zebeljan, Cristina 251, 357 Zech, Emily 340 Zeger, Malcolm 319 Zeidman, Laura 333 Zein-Phillipson, Leila 251 Zelealem, Manna 324 Zenker, Carly 251, 318, 336 Zenker, Isabella 251 Zepeda, Alfredo Covarrubias 331, 333 Zermeno, Jakob 251, 319, 326, 327 Zhang, Angela 327 Zhou, Shanshan 325 Zhou, Yiming 251 Zhu, Shaofeng 251 Zhu, Ting 365 Zhu, Weichen 251 Zimmerman, Abigail 251, 350 Zimmerman, Jackson 355 Zobrist, Victoria 362 Zulli, Leo 356 Zuniga, Andria 321 Zuniga, Jordan 330

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BIANCA RED ARROW

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19 98—2017

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T S P R I N G 2018 THE TOWER

VOL. 35 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY ONE LMU DRIVE LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA


LI O NS FO R EVER

With senior events beginning in April, the class of 2018 spent their last few weeks celebrating their accomplishments and reminiscing—on everything from roommate drama in the freshman dorms to unlimited dessert every Thursday and Friday at Community Table. After counting down the days until Commencement, maybe it all went by too fast after all?

Golden hour captures the silhouettes of several students attending Senior Sunset.

Af ter exploring the roof of University Hall during the allaccess tours, these soon-to-be alumni are are of ficially VIPs.

By signing their names in University Hall, students are eager to—quite literally— leave their mark on campus.


Outgoing ASLMU President Hayden Tanabe shares a special send-of f address with his classmates.

Students from the class of 2018 hold up their glasses to toast their past successes and to ever y thing they have yet to accomplish.

Seniors Sabrina Leung & Adam Betancourt embrace and flash smiles during the celebration of Senior Sunset.

Despite their time as classmates coming to an end, graduating seniors know that the relationships formed will prevail beyond the Bluf f.


R E S E A R C H

SYMP OSIUM Students who showcased their work in March at the Arts Showcase and Undergraduate Research Symposium share the passion behind their projects.

VIVIANE NGUYEN / BIOCHEMISTRY ‘18

C an you describe what you did for your projec t? My role in the project was working on inhibition assays to see if certain animal Islet Amyloid Polypeptide (IAPP) could inhibit the aggregation of human IAPP.

How did you come up with this research question and projec t? Dr. David A. Moffet emphasizes that in his

KEVIN CALVELO / BIOCHEMISTRY ‘18

lab, the students are the scientists. We

C an you describe what you did for your projec t?

perform the experiments and decide what

I used computational chemistry methods

topics interest us as a group. Many of us are

to gain insight into the UV-vis absorption

pre-med or interested in the health field,

properties of a natural pigment called

and there was a lot of interest in this project

an anthocyanin for potential use in dye-

especially since over 25 million people

sensitized solar cells.

suffer from the disease.

How did you come up with this research question and projec t?

What ’s something you’ ll t ake from this experience?

I came up with this project because it

This project has taught me how to be

has potential to become a natural

independent in a lab and given me an

photosensitizer. A photosensitizer is a

opportunity that not many students my age

molecule that induces a chemical change

get to have. I have learned so much about

in another molecule in a photochemical

different techniques used in research but

process. It can then be applied to a dye-

also about problem-solving and working as

sensitized solar cell, or you can think of it as

a team to achieve a common goal. I have

an ‘organic solar cell’ to produce energy.

made great friends in this group that I know I’ll be friends with for a long time to come. I am very grateful that Dr. Moffet gave me this opportunity and will remember everything I’ve learned during my time in the lab.

Why does it interest you? This project interested me as it pertains two fields I am passionate in: chemistry and renewable energy. I believe that renewable energy, such as energy from the sun, is key to our future and we must learn to break away from fossil fuel sources as its emissions are detrimental to our world.

What ’s something you’ ll t ake from this experience? I think that being in charge of my own project really forced me to grow as a researcher and made me think critically about the different directions I could potentially take. Most importantly, I learned how to struggle through trial and error and to always stay confident in my abilities.


MIA CARRERA / STUDIO ARTS ‘18

C an you describe what you did for your projec t? I decided to tackle the loss of language and culture within newer generations of Mexican Americans. For newer generations of Mexican American immigrants, it is not uncommon to lose the tie to their language of origin. Unfortunately, it means they are at the crossroads of assimilating and breaking ties to become more American. My project explored this dilemma through graphic design by deconstructing the emphasis on English speaking and assimilation. Through research, I explored the point in which the language disintegrates across generations and why people feel the need to assimilate.

How did you come up with this research question and projec t? This project hit very close to home as it was my own cultural identity I was exploring and investigating. I am a monolingual English speaking fourth-generation Mexican American that is commonly perceived as “not Mexican enough.” In turn, this led me to question what it meant to be a part of a culture in the first place. Eating the food? Practicing the traditions? My research was primarily qualitative. I began by tracing my own family’s immigration back to my great grandpa and his reasoning for crossing over to Texas, my home state. I then expanded my research to friends and family friends, asking for their own stories. Many described learning English or teaching their kids English for practicality, as a means to be more successful in society. After gathering enough research, it seemed that the further away the ties to the language were, so were the ties to practicing the culture.

Why does it interest you? At a microscale, I have always battled with this issue of wondering why I was considered neither fully Mexican nor fully American. An internal struggle if you will. I never really knew how to cope with it or what it meant. At a larger scale of interest, I think in an ever evolving society like today’s, it is always important to educate people on the importance of everyone’s cultural ties and backgrounds. Growing up attending private school my entire life, I often felt the pressure and need to want to fit in with others. I neglected truly learning about my culture until I was older. I believe it is important to be mindful of everyone’s backgrounds, accepting and willing to learn. It is a small step in dealing with larger issues of racism.

What ’s something you’ ll t ake from this experience? I think I will take away the process the most. It was a year and half long project from proposal to completion. During that time, I reflected a lot on myself. It opened up a possibility of a new direction in design–one that is socially oriented. I believe creatives as a whole–from artists, designers to writers–have the power to use their talents in a way that can amplify the voices of those not always heard in a way that is captivating. It summed up my college career, and it hopefully is a project that I can continue working on in the future.


F A R E W E L L

STEPHEN UJLAKI Dean, School of Film & Television “I will miss the presence Dean Ujlaki had as a proponent of cinema studies in the production school. His love of film is inspiring,and I appreciated his support of programming interesting and original events. Without the Dean, I would’ve never had the joy of going to il Cinema Ritrovato in Bologna, Italy in the summer of 2017. While there, he was a friend, fellow cinephile and resource for me as a filmmaker.” LIZ HOLLAND/ FILM & TV PRODUCTION ’18

REFLECTIONS While four influential administrators prepare to embark on their next adventures, students and faculty eagerly share their thoughts about how each has inspired others during their time at LMU.

“I’ll miss his passion for the students and their success. As dean, you can sometimes get far removed from students, but I always liked seeing the enjoyment he had when he had time to sit down with students and discuss their work, their passion and their future. I will also miss his humor, which helped make the work atmosphere fun and relaxed; it made it a joy to come into work every day.” PATRICIA MALLAN / ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST


WILLIAM HUSAK PH.D Athletic Director

JEANNE ORTIZ PH.D Dean of Students “She’s a phenomenal woman, and she’s a wonderful mentor. She has—she told me—over forty years of higher education experience and she’s been a Dean of Students at three or four different institutions. The wealth and knowledge that I’m able to have access to is beyond amazing. Having her be a woman in this role is also personally important to me. It’s a big loss—big hole in the division and the university. My understanding is that her professional profile across campus is impeccable. Her relationship is phenomenal, and as our dean, she’s our dean who communicates with other deans—academic deans. She is also a force in that way that she’s on par with every other dean and she represents our division really well in that arena.” LISHA MADDOX / ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SUCCESS

“I’ll miss her energy and bubbliness. She’s just such a ball of sunshine. It’s so hard to feel upset or stressed around her because she’s just so supportive and energetic and welcoming.” NOEL BANERJEE / PSYCHOLOGY ’19

“Dr. Husak has had a true investment and understanding in all of our athletic programs and athletes here at LMU.He has played a huge part in our ability to strive as athletes at LMU, from our academics to our team successes.” CHRIS FREDLUND / URBAN STUDIES & EDUCATION ’18 CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK

“Dr. Husak, for many years, has been a huge part of LMU athletics. His kindness and support will never be forgotten, as well as his embodiment of what it means to be a Lion. We wish him the best!” KEARA REILLY / PSYCHOLOGY ’19 WOMEN’S SWIM SAAC PRESIDENT

“Dr. Husak built a strong base for LMU to become one of the premier athletics departments on the West Coast.” MATT CASANA / ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

DENNIS W. DRAPER PH.D Dean, College of Business Administration “I’ll miss the transparency. I always understood what he wanted and what I could do for him. He had just a nice way about him. He was there when I needed him. He went out of his way to acknowledge the staff, and he did it steadily. I’m going to miss that. He was very good to us.” BILL SEMOS / INTERIM DIRECTOR OF MBA PROGRAM

“Dean Draper has helped make my seven years at LMU so much more rewarding and meaningful than I could ever have imagined. He was able to achieve the delicate balance of allowing us to build the M-School program while stepping in when needed with guidance and support. For that, we (and our amazing students) are grateful!.” ANDREW J. ROHM / PROFESSOR OF MARKETING


ANNUAL I G GY AWA R D S STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Female: Emma Tyrnauer, Soccer Male: John Bovill, Soccer

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Female: Gabby Green, Women’s Basketball Male: James Batemon, Men’s Basketball

MUSCLE MILK SPORTS PERFORMANCE IGGYS Individual Female: Kristi Mikami, Cheer Alex Morrow, Women’s Volleyball Individual Male: Cartier Juan, Men’s Tennis Women’s Team: Women’s Volleyball Men’s Team: Baseball

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD HONOREES Christine Chan, Swimming Austin Clark, Men’s Water Polo Anna Gasiorowski, Swimming Steven Haney, Jr., Men’s Basketball Samantha Jordan, Women’s Soccer Natalie Morlock, Swimming Veronica Nederend, Beach Volleyball Olivia Nielsen, Swimming Lauren Owens, Women’s Water Polo Taylor Pajunen, Swimming Keara Reilly, Swimming Mary Schell, Swimming Nicole Schiel, Swimming Samantha Smith, Swimming Cole Souza, Men’s Soccer Meredith Teague, Women’s Volleyball Isabel Willis, Swimming The LMU Women’s Soccer Team

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Female: Hannah Bandimere, Softball Male: Riley Elmes, Golf

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Female: Delanie Wisz, Softball Male: Nick Frasso, Baseball

MOST IMPROVED OF THE YEAR Female: Sara Kovac, Women’s Volleyball Male: Nick Sogard, Baseball

PRIDE AWARD HONOREES Brittany Aldredge, Cheer Siobhan Anderson, Women’s Tennis Dominick Beaudine, Men’s Water Polo Alicia Brown, Softball Ryan Brown, Men’s Tennis Emily Carman, Women’s Soccer Kristen Castellanos, Volleyball Miles Chow, Men’s Soccer Brooke Christensen, Softball Jillian Dawley, Women’s Cross Country/Track Chris Fredlund, Men’s Cross Country/Track Steven Haney, Jr., Men’s Basketball Katie Hungerford, Women’s Water Polo Sam Johnston, Men’s Rowing Mackenzie Kutzke, Softball Ellie Martin, Women’s Rowing Lindsey Matoi, Softball Veronica Miroshnichenko, Women’s Tennis Keara Reilly, Women’s Swimming Irma Sanchez, Softball Sabrina Tebou, Softball Isabel Willis, Women’s Swimming


SPRING S P O RT S BASEBALL The men’s baseball team pulled of f a thrilling three-game sweep over St. Mar y’s in their final series—including a walk-of f win—to advance to the West Coast Conference Championship Tournament. TR ACK Af ter setting significant personal records this season, seniors Maddi Vorgitch and Jack Polereck y earned their spot at the NCA A West Regional Preliminar y Round in the 10,000-meter event.

Freshman catcher-outfielder Molly Grumbo and the Lions placed second in the West Coast Conference before going on to win the NISC National Championship in May.

ROWING Af ter winning twice at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association finals, the women’s rowing team went on to place second at the West Coast Conference Championships. GOLF Junior Riley Elmes led the men’s golf team in the NCA A Regional tournament, placing 16 th in a field of 75—the best score of any lion since 2007. BEACH VOLLEYBALL Sophomore Savannah Slatter y and senior Maddie Leiphardt competed in the USA Volleyball Collegiate Beach Championships. COACHES Sof tball coach Sami Strinz-Ward and men’s tennis coach Tom Lloyd were named West Coast Conference coaches of the year for their sports.

The men’s tennis team finished the year with 19 wins—the team’s best record since 2002—and made it to the West Coast Conference Championship match. Pictured is freshman Diego Nava.

Af ter freshmen doubles pair Veronica Miroshnichenko and Eva Marie Voracek ended their successful seasons at the NCA A Division I Women’s Tennis Doubles Championship, Miroshnichenko became the first LMU women’s tennis All-American in program histor y.

Junior Hana Vilanova and the women’s water polo team ran of f five consecutive wins at the end of the season to make the Golden Coast Conference title game.


ANNUAL L M U E X P AWA R D S CENTER FOR SERVICE & ACTION ARETE AWARD Jelani Bramble-Manning Melissa Cedillo Justina O. Escuola Facundo Gonzáles Icardi Alexander Hendricks Jacqueline Hutchinson Micaela Plummer Isabelle Seddon Xaida M. Wright Veronica Yepiz IGNATIAN SERVICE CORPS Uakea Jose & James Pratt

CLUB SPORTS MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Matthew Boerte, Ice Hockey FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Loni Weger, Women’s Volleyball TEAM GPA OF THE YEAR Women’s Volleyball Club LION LEADERSHIP AWARD Owen McNiff, Lacrosse CLUB SPORT OF THE YEAR Men’s Volleyball CLUB OFFICER OF THE YEAR Jacqueline Hutchinson

STUDENT MEDIA OUTSTANDING NEWCOMER Izzy Berrent, Los Angeles Loyolan OUTSTANDING VISIONARY Alexandria Bader, Tower Yearbook OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT Sami Leung, Los Angeles Loyolan SPIRIT AWARD Aoife Tejada, ROAR Studios

REGISTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS INTEGRATE MIND, BODY & SOUL PILLAR Sigma Gamma Rho, Inc. COMMIT TO SERVICE & JUSTICE PILLAR MEChA de LMU BECOME A GLOBAL CITIZEN PILLAR Hayden Tanabe PRACTICE IGNATION VALUES PILLAR Greek Light LIVE A LIFE OF PURPOSE Delta Kappa Alpha

SORORITY & FRATERNITY HEART OF A LION AWARDS Meghan Glendinning (ASLMU) Ashley Rehder (Kappa Alpha Theta) Megan Trudo (ASLMU) FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (United Greek Council) Phi Delta Theta (Interfraternity Council) Delta Zeta (College Panhellenic Council) FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE IN SERVICE Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. (UGC) Phi Delta Theta (IFC) Phi Beta Phi (CPC) FRATERNAL EXCELLENCE IN CHAPTER LEADERSHIP Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority, Inc. (UGC) Kappa Alpha Theta (CPC) FRATERNAL SPIRIT AWARD Delta Gamma


STUDENT SERVICE & LE A D E R S H IP AWA R D S STUDENT LEADERSHIP MALE STUDENT OF THE YEAR John Bovill FEMALE STUDENT OF THE YEAR Emma Tyrnauer STUDENT EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR Chasen Himeda STUDENT SUPERVISOR OF THE YEAR Nora Romero AMBASSADOR OF THE YEAR Ali Hatamifar FRATERNITY MAN OF THE YEAR Michael Del Santo SORORITY WOMAN OF THE YEAR Megan Takemoto GREEK SCHOLAR OF THE YEAR Margaret Hartmann & Quinn Michael Lanners ADVISOR OF THE YEAR Allison Lane STUDENT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR MEChA de LMU UNIVERSITY PROGRAM OF THE YEAR Collegiate Panhellenic Council

PEG DOLAN, R.S.H.M. AWARD (’21) Mnason Abrot Shaniya Epps Mikayla Gingrey-Osborne Fosse Lin-Bianco Taylor Pajunen Nathan Scalise Gwynneth Tanner

RENEE L. HARRANGUE, PH.D AWARD (’20) Luca Basilone Jessica Ashley Dy Devon Elmore Sophie Giessel Laurel Mooney Christine Petersen Jessie Prichard Camila Ruiz Emily Schukai Alejandra Vasquez Amber Webb

ALFRED KILP, S.J. AWARD (’19) Kellie Chudzinski Alanna Granados Lily Hammers Emily Hubert Luis Kay Lydia Lopez Wolfe Samantha Noble

Brenda Quintanilla Aaron Radulski Dillon Rinauro Enrico Sala Makeen Yasar Nina Yustiarti

RAYMUNDE MC KAY, R.S.H.M. AWARD (’18) Mariana Alifa Jelani Bramble-Manning Melissa Cedillo Joat Farah Antonia Garcia Mariajose Gomez Facundo Gonzalez Icardi Kay Hampton Uakea Jose Daniel Juarez Jr.

Nikolas Klein Athena Martinez Matthew Parsons Jacquelin Plasencia James Pratt Joshua Ramsey Christopher Reynoso Katie Schembri Delphert Smith Charlotte Starling

JAMES LOUGHRAN, S.J. AWARD Taylor Brewer

DONALD P. MERRIFIELD, S.J. AWARD Janie McManamon

ROBERT GRAHAM, S.J. AWARD Jill Farley & Hayden Tanabe


AC ADEMIC C ITATI O N S UNIVERSITY SCHOLAR OF THE YEAR Luciano Enzo Manfredi Console

VALEDICTORIAN Jonathan Adam Manalo Santos

IGNATIAN AWARD Luciano Enzo Manfredi Console

MARIAN AWARD Uakea Elizabeth Jose

PROGRAM SCHOLARS Konrad P. Asprodites Brooke Haley Batcheller Stephen D. Board Dominic V. Budetti Marisa Renee Cariño Eileen Jinah Choe Luciano Enzo Manfredi Console Timothy A. Creasy Jillian Carr Dawley Natalia Dibbern Alyssa Aurielle Darling Christa E. Edmonson Catherine Tara Bryn Edwards Jake Kekoa Harbison Shannon Marie Hayes Alexandra Taylor Henry Jack Rush Hicks III Chasen Satoshi Himeda Anna McCabe Hodgson Uakea Elizabeth Jose Brandon J. Klein Alayna Toshiko Kobayashi Julia Morgan Lanman Mara Kathleen Ley Mariah Rae Maglalang

Zoë Mutiara McCrum Joshua Ocana Mercado Katherine Elizabeth Merkl Daniel Andrew Moghtader Christian Michael Moreno Morgan Danielle Mostrom Rachel Anne Mullens Rachel Napierkowski Lauren Jacqueline Newman Olivia Prior Parker Megan Elizabeth Pepi Carys Cecile Quezada Alanna Griffin Quinn Christopher Sebastian Reynoso Luis Manuel Rodriguez Eden Carmen Rousso Jonathan Adam Manalo Santos Jared Sharfstein Kimberly Keiko Stacey Rebecca Paula Starr Annie Ester Strugatsky Megan K.A. Takemoto Nicholas David Warburton Madeline Beth Wiegel Clayton Dean Wikoff

COLLEGE & SCHOOL SCHOLARS Eileen Jinah Choe Alayna Toshiko Kobayashi Sarah Markowitz Joshua Ocana Mercado Morgan Danielle Mostrom Megan Elizabeth Pepi Madeline Beth Wiegel

PRESIDENTIAL CITATIONS Marisa Renee Cariño Eileen Jinah Choe Luciano Enzo Manfredi Console Justina Oyetoyosi Esuola Facundo González Icardi Jack Rush Hicks III Brian Joseph Hizon Uakea Elizabeth Jose Daniel John Juarez Jr. Brandon J. Klein Caeli Louisa Keiko Koizumi Matthew Parsons Larry Maverick Palato James M. Pratt Jessica Purnell Alanna Griffin Quinn Christopher Sebastian Reynoso Hayden Kanoa Tanabe Timothy M. Vassallo Leah Kathleehn Willover Natalie Wren Wilkie


VA L E D I C TO R I A N One student from the Class of 2018 is chosen to ‘say farewell’ on behalf of the graduating class on Commencement Day. The Valedictorian has achieved a minimum 3.7 grade point average after at least sixty graded semester hours in residence at the University and is selected on the basis of a speech presented to the Valedictorian Selection Committee, a delegation of faculty, administration and students representative of the University.

E X TROVERTED INT UITIVE FEELING J UDGING The protagonist in the narrative, ENFJ

JONATHAN SANTOS SOCIOLOGY ’18

are natural-born

Why do you think you got these results?

leaders—known

My personality type is ENFJ, which is “the

indecisive, but I always prefer to have open

for their passion,

protagonist.” ENFJ’s tend to be leaders who

discussions with others before making any

exuberance and ability

have a big interest in other people. But their

big decisions. I also like to get to know

to inspire others. This

downfall is that they can be too sensitive

all the players on my team, whether it’s a

strong personality

and too indecisive. I think the ENFJ type

student org or workplace, and listen to

fits me pretty well. I’ve often found myself

their input.

emanates confidence and authenticity, easily drawing followers.

oriented. Maybe this is because I’m very

in positions of leadership, and I’m super

What are the most important

interested in other people’s stories.

qualities of a leader?

I guess that’s why I’m pursuing a career in

Above all, a good leader is a good role

the media industry. But on the other hand,

model. It’s not about giving out demands.

I can also be overly emotional, and it takes

It’s about being the kind of person that

me a really long time to make decisions

others naturally want to follow.

(even if it’s something as small as what to

How has LMU helped shape you

eat for breakfast).

as a leader?

What does this say about your

At the beginning of my college career,

leadership style?

I was an ENTJ, which is “the commander.”

One of the strengths of ENFJs is reliability.

I never really liked the sound of that, and

I always strive to be someone who others

I’m glad my personality type has shifted

can count on 100 percent of the time. It’s

over the years. LMU is a great community

not always easy andI’m still working on

that encourages community and

it. I’m not someone who particularly likes

collaboration. I guess that’s why now I have

the spotlight, but I am an extrovert, so I’d

the “people-first” outlook of an ENFJ.

consider my leadership style very people-


As the cultural graduation events officially kicked off 2018 Commencement week, The Tower asked members of the Class of 2018 to share their plans and aspirations for the future.

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COMMENCEMENT Bringing their undergraduate journey to a close, graduating seniors participated in the commencement ceremony on May 5 in Sunken Garden to celebrate their achievement amongst friends and family. Ronan Farrow, a human rights lawyer, former government advisor and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist credited for uncovering the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse allegations, addressed the students as the official Commencement speaker.

TRUST THAT INNER VOICE. BECAUSE MORE THAN EVER WE NEED PEOPLE TO BE GUIDED BY THEIR OWN SENSES OF PRINCIPLE. RONAN FARROW SPEAKERS ^ Valedictorian Jonathan Santos believes that his fellow classmates can learn something from the Filipino phrase “Bahala Na,” or “come what may,” ensuring them that they can handle any situatuion thrown their way. > Commencement speaker Ronan Farrow.


BACCALAUREATE

Members of the Class of 2018 and their families filled Gersten Pavilion on May 4 for the annual Baccalaureate Mass. After presenting a passage from the Gospel of John, Fr. Robert Walsh’s homily encouraged departing seniors to value love above all else and practice selfless love through deeds rather than through words. “While the times may be trying, the need for hearfelt compassion, for kindness, for humility, bearing with one another, forgiving each other, is more important than ever,” he stated. “Above all these, put on love.”


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PRODUCING THE TOWER This Commencement Special Edition is a continuation of Volume 35 of The Tower yearbook, distributed to undergraduates at Loyola Mar ymount University in May 2018. Inquiries about any aspect of this publication can be directed to: THE TOWER 1 LMU DR #8470 LOS ANGELES, CA 90045 310 338 5145 toweryearbook@gmail.com E MILY HUB ERT Editor in Chief R ALPH PATAC SIL Design Editor ALE X ANDR IA LIOR Photo Editor C A S SIU S PE T TIT Photographer CR I STINA PINTOR Photographer T YLER M AR K S Photographer PATR ICK R EILLY Photographer M ICHAEL B R ANCONIER Writer/Repor ter VANE Z A PAR EDES Writer/Repor ter AU STIN M ARTINE Z Writer/Repor ter ALE X ANDER SIMON Writer/Repor ter CHR I STIAN SANTANDER Designer M IK AEL A VENT UR A Designer AIMEE CLIVE Designer Additional photography provided by LMU Marketing and Communications, LMU Athletics, and the Of fice of Black Student Ser vices.

The Tower sincerely apologizes for the following errors and omissions that appeared in Volume 35: On page 62, Sam Abrahams should be listed as a junior (â&#x20AC;&#x2122;19). On page 85, Sigma Lambda Gamma members should be referred to in the caption as group of multicultural women. On pages 102-103, the international family recipes should have been attributed to: Lorenzo Mapua (Chicken Adobo & Garlic Fried Rice), Rebecca Butchart (Cornish Pastries), Su Dural (Cacik) and Joao Paulo Coelho (Tapioca). On page 117, a comment from Alison Huntley was incorrectly attributed to Sam Abrahams. On page 208, Mark Ballinger should be listed as a Philosophy and Sociology double major. On page 248, Jason Wang was not included in Senior Portraits.

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