The Senior Marshals

The senior marshals, looking ahead to Commencement 2004, are: (clockwise from top left) Liz Drummond of Quincy House and Winchester, Massachusetts; Shira Sivan Simon of Leverett House and West Des Moines, Iowa; John Paul M. Fox of Mather House and Needham, Massachusetts; Zachary A. Corker of Mather House and Holualoa, Hawaii; Katie Zacarian of Dunster House and Amherst, Massachusetts; First Marshal Shaka Joaquin Doyle Bahadu of Dunster House and Detroit; Benita Liao of Cabot House and Douglaston, New York; and Jessica Tang of Adams House and Pearland, Texas.

Photograph by Stu Rosner

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