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  • 2017 Imani Lewis-Norelle ’17 Peace and Global Studies
  • 2016 Mishel Mussali ’15, Sociology/Anthropology
  • 2015 Olga Galperin '15, Music and Psychology
  • 2014 Basil Farraj '14, Peace & Global Studies
  • 2014 Maggie Jesme '14, Peace & Global Studies
  • 2014 Cheyenne Stewart '14, Biology
  • 2013 Wilmer Chavarria '13, Cinematographic Arts
  • 2013 Liam Cutler '13, Politics
  • 2010 Jonathan Jenner '10, Economics, and Peace & Global Studies
  • 2010 Eva Jimenex '09, Latin American Studies
  • 2008 Juan Navarrete '08, Art and Interdepartmental — Peace & Global Studies/Philosophy
  • 2006 Laura Sweitzer '06, Spanish & Hispanic Studies, Economics
  • 2005 Sandra Hartmannsgruber '05, Art, German
  • 2004 Megan Kennedy '04, Economics/Peace and Global Studies
  • 2003 Matthew Christensen Schreiber '03, Philosophy and Wilderness
  • 2001 Sara Elizabeth Thorp '01, Sociology/Anthropology
  • 1999 Sky Rogers '99, Latin American Studies
  • 1998 David Seymour '99, Spanish and Latin American Studies
  • 1997 Andrew Overbeck '97, Politics
  • 1996 Scott Buquor '96, Sociology/Anthropology
  • 1995 Sonat Hart '95, English
  • 1995 Catherine Stratton Treadway '95
  • 1994 Tiffany Harris '94, History
  • 1993 Mathew Johnson '93, African and African American Studies
  • 1992 Jesse Kahn '92, Art
  • 1992 Nathan Treadway '92, Computer Science and Math
  • 1991 Lisa Porter '91, Management and Theater Arts
  • 1990 Pacey Foster '90, Peace and Global Studies
  • 1989 Linda Hutchins-Knowles '89, Philosophy and Spanish
  • 1988 Glenn Hoetker ’88, Math and Japanese Studies
  • 1987 Rob Richardson ’87, English
  • 1984 Andres Thomas Conteris ’84
  • 1983 Carlos Guindon ’82, Biology
  • 1982 Janet Darmour-Paul ’82, Religion
  • 1982 David McConnell ’82, Cross Cultural Studies
  • 1981 Jon Ebersole ’81, Peace and Conflict Studies
  • 1981 Maire Durkan ’81, English

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