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H Y B R I D While reminiscing over a past of A and B days, misusing asynchronous time and confusing Wednesdays, West Side Story came up with our own hybrid model: we merged your yearbook photos to create the “average” senior student in the following groups. COMPILED BY ELLA ROSENTHAL DESIGN BY ELLA ROSENTHAL
THE “AVERAGE” SENIOR ATHLETE.
THE “AVERAGE” 2021 SENIOR.
THE “AVERAGE” THEATRE SENIOR.
THE AVERAGE SENIOR MUSICIAN.
THE “AVERAGE” SPEECH AND DEBATE SENIOR.
Senior Shout Outs Before they finally take on the “real” world, the Class of 2021 shares their appreciation for the people who helped them along the way.
Thank you to the kid that always got to school the same time as me and always opened the front door for me.
Shoutout to everyone who has given me a hair tie when I didn’t have one. Thanks and sorry for not returning them!
RIP yahoo answers. You carried my AP physics grade.
Shout out to the people who always told me that they liked my crocs, especially when I didn’t look too great. Thank you for making my day :)
Shout out to Craig’s Twitter for entertaining me while waiting for school lunch.
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Senior Confessions With this opportunity to escape accountability and embarrassment, the Class of 2021 discloses their deepest secrets anonymously.
The only test I didn’t cheat on in Spanish 4 junior year was the big cheating scandal test.
COMPILED BY FAREEHA AHMAD ART & DESIGN BY ELLA ROSENTHAL
I ran over my chromebook with a car and told the tech people I left it in the car overnight and that happened.
My car drove through the west high courtyard and I had to act as if nothing was happening.
I wish I went to City.
One time I ate a whole red onion during a school day. I couldn’t taste anything for a while thereafter.
My friends and I skipped class to go to McDonald’s. We all almost got hit by a semi truck.
I have kept “The Crucible” in my purse throughout all of high school and haven’t taken it out. The library has sent me too many emails about it.
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Senior Apologies Leaving the halls of West High guilt-free instead of guilt-ridden, the Class of 2021 apologizes to those whom they may have wronged.
I apologize to all my teachers who I may have been rude or dismissive to. You were awesome. I was just having a hard time or was so tired that I couldn’t keep a facade of, “Oh, I’m so happy today.”
Sorry to my friend because I accidentally broke her nose sophomore year. My bad.
I apologize to the lunch ladies for always forgetting my school ID.
I apologize for requesting “Whip/Nae Nae” by Silentó for prom 2021.
I’m sorry to the debate team for not being obsessed with the club and coming only once a week and then leaving in disgrace.
Sorry for cursing at the school WiFi, it just sucks…
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SENIOR SURVEY COMPILED BY MARTA LEIRA & ISAAC YOUNG
DESIGN BY YOUJOO LEE
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Have you been sexually active in high school? Yes: 62.6%
Have you ever snuck out? Yes: 59.3% No: 40.7%
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5’10” - 5’11” 6’ - 6’2” 6’3” - 6’5”
What is your sexual oreintation?
19.8% JUNE. 3, 2021
Have you ever been caught cheating on a test? Yes: 13%
Straight Gay/Lesbian Bi/Pan/Queer Asexual Other
Have you ever slept through a Zoom?
Yes: 77.6% 1.9%
Have you ever cheated on a test? Yes: 84.9%
How tall are you?
Some of each
How did you attend school?
Which year of high school was the hardest?
Have you ever... Vaped
What is your political affiliation? What was your longest relationship in high school?
1 -2 years
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< 6 months
Have you ever had a crush on a teacher?
Has a teacher had Have you had a a significant impact job in high school? on your life?
How much coffee do you drink?
Do you believe in higher power?
Did you enjoy high school?
< 1 month
None of above
> 2 years
1-2 cups a 3-4 cups a day: 34.2% day: 2.8%
Do you think your morals have changed since freshman year?
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A series of nostalgic playlists to transport you back to simpler times. BY MARTA LEIRA & ELLA ROSENTHAL
2008 2015 Throw on your entire silly bandz collection because tonight’s Mini Dance Marathon.
2015 2017 Straighter arms make for better slow dances
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ART BY AMY LIAO & ALYSSA SKALA DESIGN BY ALYSSA SKALA
School Permit Songs Is Senioritis supposed to feel like this?
2019 2020 PowderPuff and Powerschool
Songs to start the school year: GGG’s Secret Playlist SENIOR JUNE 3, 2021
DIVISION I ATHLETES COMPILED BY CAROLINE CHANDLER PHOTOS & DESIGN BY ALYSSA SKALA
P R OV I D E N C E C O L L E G E PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
AUDREY KOCH BASKETBALL
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA TUCSON, ARIZONA
LIZZY SLADE TWIRLING
O R E G O N S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y CORVALLIS, OREGON
GRAHAM GAMBRALL WRESTLING
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Six Trojans look to continue their athletic careers at universities across the country.
U N I V E R S I T Y O F I OWA IOWA CITY, IOWA
MARCUS MORGAN BASEBALL
S O U T H DA KOTA S TAT E BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA
GRAHM GOERING FOOTBALL
S TA N F O R D U N I V E R S I T Y STANFORD, CALIFORNIA
AURORA ROGHAIR SWIMMING
THE RADISH Caution: the contents you are about to enjoy are extremely satirical.
BY ISAAC YOUNG
ART & DESIGN BY ALICE MENG
n the months leading up to the end of the school year, the twelfth grade class is always plagued by the same ailment: senioritis. The not-so-medically-recognized condition describes the feeling of absolute dread associated with being so close to done with high school, but not quite there yet. Usually, the afflicted fall into a spiral of missing assignments, unexcused absences and a slight GPA dip, but few cases in history have been as serious as one seen this year at West. “I just couldn’t take it anymore,” said Noah Moore ’21. “I had to be done that instant.” Moore is being studied by amateur psychologists as one of the worst cases of senioritis in modern history. “What was really striking to me was how quickly his symptoms appeared and progressed,” said AP Psychology student Amanda Parsons. “He went from minor motivation issues to dropping out in a matter of a couple of weeks.” Looking back at Moore’s gradebook corrob-
very year, the senior class joins together for one last hurrah before joining the world outside of high school. Usually, their final efforts are used for destruction, but that was not the case this year. “In the past, we’ve seen everything from animals running amuck in the school to years’ of schoolwork thrown down the stairwells,” said Principal Mitch Gross. “This year’s seniors decided to do something a little different.” The first phase of the “prank” happened on the evening of May 21. When the custodial staff arrived to do overnight cleaning they were met with over 50 students hard at work. “We pranked them so hard,” said John Johnson ’21. “They thought they had a full night of work ahead of them, but we did it all. You should’ve seen the looks on their faces.” Once the custodians understood the situation they were escorted to a the staff lounge where they were given spa treatments by a separate team of seniors. “The shoulder massage I got that night is something I’ll never forget,” said custodian Lindsay LaVar. The next week, on the evening of May 24, staff were shocked to see many elderly community members sitting in the courtyard on seats
spaced six feet apart. They all faced towards a stage where various seniors provided entertainment. “It was so funny,” one senior performer said. “We didn’t even ask for permission to perform for the old folks, we just did it.” A big band performed a few jazz arrangements, various singers gave renditions of popular songs, and even stand-up comic joined the mix. The attendees were elated to have an event to attend. “It was just wonderful,” one community member said. “Me and my friends from Oaknoll came to see my grandson on the trumpet.” While technically neither of these events were sanctioned by the school, some have a hard time recognizing them as pranks. “When I heard that’s what they did I was like, ‘Are you serious,’ because we spray painted a car and drove it to Liberty,” said Hank Pinkerton ’20. Administrators were very happy to have a break from the usual senior shenanigans. “I was very proud of this year’s senior class for doing some good for the community instead of making a huge mess for the janitors as they usually do,” Gross said.
orates Parsons’s narrative. Moore was a 4.0 GPA student until he skipped a math test on the morning of May 21. From there it was all downhill. “It was just like I hit a brick wall and I just didn’t care about math or any school stuff,” Moore said. “Everyone who says I should’ve just held out for two more weeks just doesn’t get it. I had to be done then and there.” Moore’s parents were more shocked than anyone. They never thought that their son would end up dropping out. “We noticed that his grades were dropping, but that happened to me at that age too,” Moore’s mother said. It turned out that Moore’s case was a bit more severe. Despite pseudo-treatment from Parsons, he found himself unable to continue. On the fateful morning of June 2, the second to last day of school, Moore formally dropped out. “I gave high school a shot, but in the end I had to do what makes me happiest,” Moore said.
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BY CAROLINE CHANDLER & ALICE MENG
PHOTOS COURTESY OF WSS STAFF ART & DESIGN BY MARTA LEIRA
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West’s 53rd graduating class looks to what’s after the cap and gown. BY ALEX CARLON & ALYSSA SKALA ART & DESIGN BY AMY LIAO
LAURENT AARON GAMAL ABBAKER AWALU ABDALLA MIRA ABU-ZAHRA ALHALEEM ADAMS JOEL AGANZE MIRIAM AGUIRRE FAREEHA AHMAD: I will be attending my first year of college at the University of Iowa with a major in psychology. I also have a guaranteed offer of admission at Boston University starting my second year of college, so if I find that the U of I isn’t the right fit for me, I may transfer! We shall see. :) MOJAHID AHMED FAVOUR ALARAPE: As luck would have it, I will be attending the University of Iowa with a major in psychology (or neuroscience or both idk haven’t decided lol) on the pre-med track. ALQASSIM ALBASRI ERROL ALDEN NOWELA ALEXANDRE TIYA ANDERSON ZACH ANDERSON: I will be attending Central College where I will major in Exercise Science with a focus on becoming an athletic trainer and playing football. LUKE ARENS: I will be attending Marian University where I will be riding for their cycling team and pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Analytics.
ALAA BABEKIR RAZAN BABIKIR ISABELLE BACH LINDA BAGUMA RYLIE BALDES: I will attend the University of Missouri as an undecided major. SARA BARONCINI: I will be attending the University of Iowa as a direct admit to the Tippie College of Business. ZENAB BASHIR PARAS BASSUK ASHLEY BAUM DORSA BEHNAMI
IDA BEHNAMI TYUSS BELL JULIA BERNAT: I will be attending Washington University in St. Louis, where I plan on majoring in architecture and playing soccer and spikeball in my free time! AMOL BHAGAVATHI SARAH BIGABA: I will be studying social work at Kirkwood Community College. MATTHEW BLAKE: Going to St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. FRANCES BLOUNT
“ NOTH I NG MATTE RS SO DO ANYTH I NG YOU R H EART DESI R ES. U N LESS THAT’S HAR D DR UGS. BUT I F YOU R EALLY WANT TO TH E N GO AH EAD.” - SARA BARONCI N I ADITI BORDE: I will be attending Columbia University this fall to study neuroscience (probably) & eat some yummy food :) JORDYNN BRACKETT: I will attend The University of Iowa pursuing childhood development and psychology. ETHAN BRANDAUER QUINN BREWER GRACE BROKAW: I am attending the University of Iowa to double major in theater arts and secondary education! FABIAN BROWN ELIJAH BRUSS ETHAN BUCK ERICA BUETTNER ALEXANDRA BURGESS PHOEBE BURT: I will be wrestling at William Penn University and studying psychology. BRADEN BUTLER
“TH E R E’S A LOT OF BEAUTY I N O R DI NARY TH I NGS. I SN ’T THAT KI N D OF TH E POI NT? ” - J U LIA BERNAT
SARAH CALLANAN: I’m finally getting out of Iowa and will be attending the University of Missouri with a major in poli sci (that will probably change). I can’t wait to spend the next four years with my new besties Emma and Abbie!! KATE CANNON BRANDY CARBAJAL ALEX CARLON: I will be attending Grinnell College to study economics. Go Pioneers! LOIE CASKO EMMA CASTER: I will be attending the University of Iowa to study history, communication and political science. CAROLINE CHANDLER: I will be attending John Carroll University to play tennis and major in integrated marketing communications with a minor in psychology. JOEY CHASE: Go to Coe College and study pre-med or environmental studies. JIAQI CHENG: I will be attending the University of California Irvine with a focus in business and accounting. I will be a driver in a road trip for the first time around the Michigan Lake this summer!
“ LONG STO RY SHO RT, IT WAS A BAD TI M E” - SARAH CALLANAN (+ TAYLO R SWI FT) AALIYAH CLAYTON AIDAN CLEMENTS JOSE COBO CEDILLO SEBASTIAN COCHRAN: I will attend The University of Iowa. EVELIN CORREA LONGINO AISLIN CRAIG KENYAN CRAIG PAUL CREMER AMY CRESPO: I will be attending Evangel University in Springfield, MO to major in nursing and Spanish with the plan of becoming a neonatal nurse practitioner. MIKEY CRUTCHER TIKKI CUI: I will be attending Virginia Tech with a major in Computer Science. SENIOR JUNE 3, 2021
RYANN CULVER: I’m going to the University of Iowa to major in Speech and Hearing Sciences. GRACE CURRAN: I will be going to the University of Iowa to study criminology. CONNOR CURTISS: I will attend the University of Iowa and major in data science and statistics.
CEDRIC DANCY SOPHIA DAVIS: I will be attending the Tippie College of Business at the University of Iowa to pursue a double major in marketing and management. PEDRO DELGADO NIYATI DESHPANDE NATHAN DEYAK: I will be attending the Mellon College of Science at Carnegie Mellon University, studying mathematical sciences. ALEXIS DICK: I am going to the University of Iowa and I will be studying elementary education! SARAH DICKENS: I’ll be at the University of Iowa majoring in psychology! STEPHANIE DINNEL MAIMOUNA DIOUBATE NOAH DOLEZAL: I plan on enlisting into the United States Marine Corps and doing that for retirement, my job infantry or mechanics. LILLY DONG MACKENZIE DONOVAN LAUREN DOYLE PATRICK DOYLE LYDIA DUBON PERLA DUBON: I will be attending Kirkwood. CHARLES DUFFY ASHLEY DYSON
FOUAD EL-KERDANI MARIAM ELKHANGI SAMSON ELOPHE MAATHIR ELSHEIKH ANYA EMERSON: I will be attending Purdue University and majoring in engineering, possibly environmental engineering. MADDY EPHRAIM: In the fall, I will be attending the University of Iowa and majoring in psychology. SARA ESHETU
NOLA FEMINO: I will be going to Calvin University to swim and major in business and writing. AVA FERREL MASON FEY LAUREN FRANK: I will be attending Marquette University in the fall to major in biomedical sciences with a minor in business administration on a pre-dental track to be an orthodontist. ROSE FRERICHS: I’m going to take a gap year in Oregon and then major in some sort of biology at the University of Oregon. BESS FRERICHS: I am going to be taking a gap year in Oregon to work and wait for COVID-19 to die down before attending the University of Oregon and majoring in linguistics. EMMA FURLONG: I will be attending the University of Colorado Boulder as a psych major, sko Buffs!
“ NO MATTE R WH E R E YOU ’ VE GON E , ALWAYS R E M E M BE R WH E R E YOU CAM E FROM ” - NOAH DOLEZAL
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DYLAN GAETA NATHAN GALL: I plan to study aerospace engineering at the University of Minnesota. GRAHAM GAMBRALL: I’ll be going to
the west coast where I’ll be attending Oregon State University where I’ll be wrestling and studying business. ANN GAO: I’ll soak up some sunshine while studying computer science at the University of Central Florida. BRENDA GAO HAN GAO: Go to Purdue to hopefully study computer science. Also go viral on social media, watch Purdue suck at football, and yeah just have fun. ELIANA GARCIA ADONES GARRETT JACOB GEHLBACH JENNIFER GENG ELIZABETH GENKINGER: I plan to attend the University of Minnesota majoring in political science or environmental science. DIJON GENUS MAREK GHABEL VIVIAN GIBSON CLAIRE GIENAPP ZACHARY GILBAUGH JARED GILLIAM JACK GLUESING: Iowa State University to study Software Engineering. KOLBY GODBOLT: I’m going to Iowa Central for soccer. GRAHM GOERING JESUS GONZALEZ RYLEE GOODFELLOW KATHERINE GRANNER DREW GRATTON CALVIN GREENE BRADY GROMACKI BRYAN GUESS GANNON GUESS MENGCHENG GUO
“ I CAN ’T WAIT TO SE E YOU ALL BECOM E M I LFS, DI LFS, AN D PI LFS” - CYM RY H I ERONYM US WILLIAM HADDY EMMA HALL TYLER HALVERSON RAZAN HAMZA TAMARA HAMZEH
“ LI FE I S TOO SHO RT TO NOT EAT THAT BAD FOOD, WATCH THAT EXTR A E PI SODE , TRY SOM ETH I NG STU PI D, O R “ WASTE YOU R TI M E”. IT’S YOU R TI M E AN D YOU DON ’T HAVE M UCH , SO “ WASTE IT” BY HAVI NG FU N .” - JARED H EITMAN SEAN HARKEN JAYMESON HARMS KALEN HAWORTH JARED HEITMAN: I am currently planning to go to Kirkwood for 2 years then transfer to IA State to major in aerospace engineering. EVAN HELLER ANNABEL HENDRICKSON EGYPT HICKS CYMRY HIERONYMUS: I’m going to be attending the University of Iowa. While my declared major is “undecided”, I’m leaning towards elementary education at the moment. VIVIEN HO: I will be attending Drexel University majoring in product design. KATIE HOEFER: I’ll be attending the University of Iowa and studying to be an ELL teacher! SCHUYLER HOUSTON: I will be attending the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder! MAGGIE HUANG: I will be taking a gap year and attending Northeastern University afterward. CYNTHIA HULL
“ PR ESSU R E CR EATES ON E OF TWO TH I NGS: A WET FART, O R A DIAMON D. HOW YOU ACT U N DE R PR ESSU R E DECI DES WH ICH ON E YOU ’ LL BE .” - SCH UYLER HOUSTON
MALLIKA HUYNH: I will be attending UI for psych.
“ I WOU LD SAY PE R IOD BUT TH I S I SN ’T TH E E N D” - DO ROTEYA KIZA
SHAHD IBRAHIM LILLIAN IGLEHART
SAEHEE JIN DAQUAN JOHNSON TYLER JOHNSON
ANNALISA KARACAY: I will be attending the University of Iowa to study computer science. ILENE KARACAY AMULYA KARTHIKEYAN MUKUNDAN KASTURIRANGAN EMMA KEARNEY JERRY KELLY ALI KHALIL MADISON KIERSCH TREY KING CALEB KIRK DOROTEYA KIZA: I plan on attending University of Iowa after high school, majoring in pre-physician assistant. JOSEPHINE KIZA TOSH KLEVER: I plan to study chemistry at the University of Iowa. BRENDAN KLUTTS ANNELIES KNIGHT: I will be going to the University of Iowa with a major in art history and a minor in theatre design. AUDREY KOCH: [I will] attend Providence College to play basketball. LUKE KRCHAK: I will attend the University of Iowa for a double major in English (creative writing) and history. EMILY KRUMMEL TIMOTHY KUEHN MOHAN KUMAR
KAITLIN LAMKINS: I will be attending the University of Iowa with an open major. ANTHONY LARIMORE KATE LAUER YOUJOO LEE: I will attend Emory University with an undecided major. MAX LEHAN MACKIN MARTA LEIRA JIM LI AMY LIAO: I’m going to Northwestern to study political science. MARGARET LIU LUCAS LOCHER HOLDEN LOGAN: Go to Kirkwood to get an associates in criminal justice, then join a police department. MADELINE LOGSDON: I am going to The University of Missouri (Mizzou) to study nursing. Go Tigers! ANDY LU JASON LU KEVIN LU
ROBERTO MACHADO GUZMAN COURTNEY MAPEL: I will be attending Kirkwood next year to get my mechanic certification. LILLIS MARKEY: I plan to attend Kirkwood for radiology. AMERICA MARUNGO-MURILLO NICHOLAS MATHEWS SENIOR JUNE 3, 2021
RAMI MAYASA BONGAIN MAZIBO IAN MCAREAVY MARIT MCCAFFERY KORA MCCLURE ALEXANDER MCKAY ABBY MCKEONE: I will be going to the University of Iowa to study environmental science or something related to it. ALICE MENG: I will be attending Northwestern University with an undecided major. NINA MENG: I will be attending Northwestern University where I will study global health and statistics. AMGAD MERGANI MARKO MIGAMBI CHARLIE MILLER LUKE MILLER NOAH MILLER LUKE MOENNING FISAL MOHAMED
“ I F YOU ’ R E R EADI NG TH I S: YOU ’ R E DOI NG G R EAT. G IVE YOU RSE LF A PAT ON TH E BACK AN D LI STE N TO SOM E GOOD TU N ES.” - ALICE M ENG
GHADA MOHAMED SAMAR MOHAMED NADEEN MOHAMMED: I will be attending the University of Iowa where I will study biochemistry. MOHAMED MOHAMEDALI: Major in computer science, focus on software engineering at Iowa and try my best to make bank. LANDON MOHR LILIAN MONTILLA ANNA MOORE EMILY MOORE: This fall I will be attending the University of Minnesota, where I plan to study neuropsychology on a pre-med track. MARCUS MORGAN ELLEN MOSER: I will do the two and two program between Kirkwood and likely UNI, and get a degree in elementary education.
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AMNA NADEEM JARIELLI NAVARRETE: I am planning on taking a gap year after high school. I will be getting a job while figuring out what I will do for the rest of my life. MADDY NEGLEY: I will be studying architecture at Iowa State University. ANTONIO NEGRO REGINA NERI CRUZ SAMUEL NESTER EMILY NIEMIEC SOPHIA NIMS: I will be attending the University of Iowa and majoring in elementary education. ALEXIS NJOROGE: I plan on going to the University of Iowa to study criminology! CARLY NORRIS OMER NOURELDAEM MICHAEL NUNEZ
YEEUN PARK IZZY PAULSEN: I will be attending the University of Iowa to study computer science! PAVAN PEMMARAJU MARGARET PENNING AARON PERDUE ANNEMARIE PEREZ JONATHAN PEREZ FERNANDA PEREZ-BARRERA JANICQUA PERKINS DREW PETERSON: I am going to Central College to run track and cross country. I plan to major in Engineering. KIANA PHIPPS CHRISTOPHER PIGGE RACHEL PODHAJSKY: Next year I’ll be going to Colorado State University to study zoology. JILLIAN PRESCOTT: I will be attending the University of Wisconsin - Madison in the fall. Go Badgers! JADON PREUSCHL MCKENNA PROUD: I will be attending Waldorf University to play volleyball and study history.
“ I F YOU ’ R E HAPPY DOI NG WHAT YOU ’ R E DOI NG, NOBODY CAN TE LL YOU YOU ’ R E NOT SUCCESSFU L” - IZZY PAU LSEN (+ HARRY STYLES)
EVA OLESON ANTHONY ORACION TKIUS ORR DOROTEO ORTIZ CRUZ RAGAD OSMAN XAVIER OWENS-HOLST
RYAN PARADEE SEBASTIAN PARECATTIL
JAVIER REYES TYLER ROBINSON AURORA ROGHAIR KAITLYN ROHM JULIANA ROSANELLI ELLA ROSENTHAL: I will be attending Grinnell College in hopes of studying women, gender, and sexuality studies with a concentration in education. MARY RUPPENKAMP DOMINIC RUTKOWSKI
MURRAY SAADAT ESTHER SADI: Talking a year off before college OMAR SALEM PASIL SALIH CHRIST-VIE SANGI JENNA SAUNDERS RAIF SCHAFFNER HEIDI SCHMIDT-RUNDELL DEJAH SEALS ERICA SEEMUTH HAYDEN SEERING ELISE SEERY YULONG SHAO EVAN SHARAFUDDIN: I’m going to Washington University (no, not Washington DC or Washington State) in St. Louis, Missouri. I plan on doing engineering but not really sure. GAUTAM SHARDA ANGEL SHIVELY ANANTH SHYAMAL: I plan to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology beginning this fall. DIVYA SHYAMAL: I will be attending MIT, where I plan on majoring in computer science. BRANDON SILVA MUHAMMAD SIMPSON ALYSSA SKALA: I will be attending the University of Iowa to double major in Journalism and Mass Communications as well as Pre-Business. ELIZABETH SLADE: I will attend the University of Arizona. MAKAYLA SLADE TIONNA SLATER EMMA SMIGEL OWEN SMITH MALIEYAH SONII DILLAND SPIDLE JACOB STATLER MATTHEW STEINBRONN FERN STRABALA MAZIN SULEMAN LUKA SURGULADZE ARIANA SVOBODA PARKER SVOBODA FRED SYATA
ILYA TATAUROV QUINCY TATE ANDREW TAUCHEN DASIA TAYLOR ISAAC TAYLOR MATAYIA TELLIS AIDAN TERRILL TAI ‘ZAUN THOMAS TRISTAN THURESON SILVIA TINELLI VLADIMIR TIVANSKI CYNTHIA TOLENTINO-ANTUN ERIC TORRES-CASTRO NICOLE TROUT: Even though I was born in a Hawkeye house, I will be attending Iowa State University to study in psychology.
EDWIN VAZQUEZ JOSEPH VESELY BARRY VIGIL NIYATI VYAS
MAYA WAGENKNECHT: Occupational therapy. ERICA WAHE ALEXANDER WANG: I will be attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a major in mathematics & computer science. NATHAN WANKANA BASANGA ALEKSA WARREN ARIANNA WARREN ARIANA WARSON KATHLEEN WASHINGTON GWEN WATSON: Spend a year working and then attend the Institute of Production & Recording in Minneapolis to study audio production and live sound. OLIVIA WEEKS
LUCY WESTEMEYER: I’m planning on going to the University of Oklahoma next year to become a doctor. I hear that it’s OK. SAM WESTERGAARD KAISA WHITTAKER: I will be attending Gustavus Adolphus College, where I plan to major in psychology, and minor in general clumsiness and Minecraft architecture. SYDNEY WILDES: I will attend Cuesta University in California for a year [and join the softball team as a catcher,] and then transfer to Cal Poly for a marine biology or architectural engineering major. DAMARION WILLIAMS LIV WILLIAMS: I committed to Luther College to play softball and I plan on majoring in exercise science and education. CHANCE WILSON MOLLY WILSON BJ WOLF MARY WOODWARD: I will be attending the University of Iowa with a double major in finance and management with the goal of obtaining my MBA in the future. MICHAEL WU
OMKAR YADAV MOHAMED YAGOUB TAEJUNE YOON ISAAC YOUNG: I will be attending Georgetown University undecided.
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