Class Marshals

The elected marshals of the College class of 2007 proudly held their class banner as they led classmates to their Baccalaureate service on Tuesday, June 5: (from left) Akash Goel, a biochemistry concentrator from Peru, Illinois, and Kirkland House; Victor Alcalde, a biology concentrator from Miami and Currier House; Peter Gyimah Asante Jr., a biological anthropology concentrator from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and Quincy House; Julia Chandler, an economics concentrator from Palo Alto, California, and Lowell House; first marshal Chrix Erik Finne, a music and mathematics concentrator from Seattle and Quincy House; Lauren N. Westbrook, a social anthropology concentrator from St. Louis and Quincy House; Charles J. McNamara, a classics concentrator from Grayling, Michigan, and Lowell House; and Nana Menya Ayensu, an engineering sciences concentrator from Accra, Ghana, and Lowell House.

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