Seniors honored for cocurricular involvement

by Office of Student Activities,

  • Smiling student holds an award plaque
  • Smiling student holds an award plaque
  • Smiling student holds an award plaque
  • Student receives hug from staff member when receiving award
  • Smiling student holds an award plaque
  • Smiling student holds an award plaque
  • Student receives hug from staff member when receiving award
  • President Thorsett speaks to a crown in Cat Cavern
  • Student receives hug from staff member when receiving award
  • Student stands after receiving award

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2019 Senior Keys and Senior Certificates.

2019 Senior Key Recipients

Senior Keys are presented to members of the senior class who are the most outstanding and who go above and beyond and stand out for their meritorious service to the Associated Students of Willamette University. These students are leaders of multiple clubs and are broadly recognized by the student body for their work. Recipients are selected based on their time and effort spent in the name of Willamette University, the diversity of their activities, and their impact on other students.

  • Kayana Barriger
  • Nell Crittenden
  • Tova Hershman
  • Allison Kerkhoff
  • Jonathan Louangrath
  • Maggie Mellecker
  • Adrianna Nicolay
  • Mireya Rosas Barajas

The 2019 Senior Certificate Recipients

Senior Certificates honor members of the senior class who have contributed “Service to the Associated Students.” Recipients are selected based on their time and effort spent in the name of Willamette University, the diversity of their activities, and their impact on other students.

  • Asalia Arauz
  • Maeve Axtell
  • Megan Canniff
  • Elizabeth Corpuz
  • Denise Diaz
  • Francesca Florindez
  • Michelle Hicks
  • Mitchell Lee
  • Erica Noble
  • Adrian Uphoff
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