AAS Welcomes New Sophomores

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Making history once more!

This year, African American Studies welcomes thirteen new sophomores as concentrators to the department. This is is the largest class of AAS concentrators in the Department's history! Meet the new concentrators below. Not Pictured: Aisha Tahir, and Kiki Gilbert

 

Faith Iloka

Faith Iloka

Sydney Maple

Sydney Maple

Arianne Rowe

Arianne Rowe

 
Masha Miura

Masha Miura

Erica Dugue

Erica Dugue

Leila Ullmann

Leila Ullmann

Runako Campbell

Runako Campbell

Laura Molina

Laura Molina

Ashley Hodges

Ashley Hodges

Zhamoyani McMillan

Zhamoyani McMillan

Amanda Eisenhower

Amanda Eisenhour

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