Senior Class Marshals

Class marshalls

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The senior class marshals, already planning for Commencement 2001, are: (back row) Andrew Chung, of Cabot House and Emerson, New Jersey; Rachel Leah Brown, of Pforzheimer House and Owings Mills, Maryland; Xunhua Wong, of Dunster House and Madison, Wisconsin; H. Wells Wulsin, of Eliot House and Cincinnati; (front row) Thomas Christopher King, of Leverett House and Winter Park, Florida; Kenneth Nji Ebie, of Dunster House and Chicago; Matthew Shea O'Hare, of Currier House and Belmont, Massachusetts; and (center) first marshal Amma Y. Ghartey-Tagoe, of Mather House and Manhattan, Kansas.
Photograph by Tracy Powell

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