2009 Class Marshals

Leaders of 2009

The class marshals, elected by fellow seniors last fall, showed the flag before the Baccalaureate service on June 2. Clockwise, from back row, left, they are: Christopher Lo, from Mather House and Shanghai (a biology concentrator); second marshal Philip Perez, from Kirkland House and Cypress, Texas (neurobiology); first marshal Lumumba Seegars, from Dunster House and Houston (social studies); Kameron Austin Collins, from Cabot House and North Plainfield, N.J. (literature and comparative literature); Joyce Yan Zhang, from Leverett House and West Bloomfield, Michigan (government and economics); Heidi Kim, from Lowell House and Irvine, California (social studies); Amanda Kay Fields, from Lowell House and Vista, California (religion); and Margaret M. Wang, from Winthrop House and Kingston, New York (economics and history of art and architecture).

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