The Senior Marshals

The senior marshals, looking ahead to Commencement 2005, are: (clockwise from top left) first marshal Caleb Franklin, of Leverett House and Los Angeles; Sheria Smith, of Winthrop House and Gary, Indiana; Duncan Graham Wells, of Leverett House and Chevy Chase, Maryland; Silvia Scandar, of Kirkland House and Miami; Mahmoud Youssef, of Cabot House and Staten Island, New York; Dominique Nong, of Dunster House and Redlands, California; and Michael Kalin, of Leverett House and Sioux City, Iowa. Missing from the photograph is Lacey Whitmire, of Currier House and Watkinsville, Georgia.

 

Photograp by Stu Rosner

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