Leading Their Class

The marshals of the class of 2010 are (clockwise from top left): Shiv Gaglani, from Mather House and Melbourne Beach, Florida (an engineering sciences concentrator); second marshal Larry D. Arbuthnott, from Eliot House and Marlboro, New Jersey (government); Robert D. Niles, from Lowell House and Buffalo (literature); Jamison Hill, from Eliot House and Libertyville, Illinois (history and literature); George Thampy, from Mather House and St. Louis (chemistry); Andres Castro Samayoa, from Currier House and Merliot, El Salvador (studies of women, gender, and sexuality); Ami Nash, from Leverett House and Greenwich, Connecticut (sociology); and first marshal Nworah Ayogu, from Currier House and Columbus, Ohio (neurobiology).

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