Set to Commence

The marshals of the College class of 2008 gathered with classmates for the Baccalaureate service on Tuesday, June 3. They are (from left): first marshal Alexander J. “AJ” Tennant, a government concentrator from Swampscott, Massachusetts, and Winthrop House; Aditi Mallick, a social studies concentrator from Fort Lauderdale and Adams House; Karolis Balciunas, a government concentrator from Siauliai, Lithuania, and Adams House; second marshal Firth M. McEachern, an earth and planetary sciences/astronomy and astrophysics concentrator, of Fort McMurray, Alberta, and Kirkland House; Adam Goldenberg, a social studies concentrator from Vancouver, British Columbia, and Winthrop House; Lori M. Adelman, a social studies concentrator from Galloway, New Jersey, and Dunster House; Joshua C. Sharp, a government/Jewish studies concentrator, from Needham, Massachusetts, and Dunster House; and Marcus G. Miller, a mathematics concentrator from South Orange, New Jersey, and Pforzheimer House.

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