Leaders of their Class

Members of the College class of 2006 marched to their Baccalaureate service on Tuesday, June 6, behind their class banner and their elected marshals: (from left) Theodore E. Chestnut, of Montclair, New Jersey, and Quincy House; Hana R. Alberts, of New York City and Mather House; Kwame Owusu-Kesse, of Worcester, Massachusetts, and Adams House; Tracy Tyrone Moore II, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Dunster House; Christina Adams of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and Quincy House; Neil Mehta, of Great Falls, Virginia, and Lowell House; Aaron Chadbourne, of Gorham, Maine, and Lowell House; and John “Jack” P. McCambridge, of Wilmette, Illinois, and Winthrop House.

Leaders of their class: Elected marshals for the class of 2006.

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