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Pellissippi State hosts high school students in Winter Choral Concert

Pellissippi State Community College’s Winter Choral Concert features performances from two high schools, Hardin Valley Academy and Lenoir City High School.

The Winter Choral Concert is at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, in the Clayton Performing Arts Center on the Hardin Valley Campus, 10915 Hardin Valley Road.

“We invite different high school choirs to this concert each year to give them an opportunity to be on campus, to meet our students and to learn about our Music program offerings,” said Bill Brewer, Music program coordinator and associate professor.

The event is free and the community is invited. Donations will be accepted at the door for the Pellissippi State Foundation on behalf of the Music Scholarship Fund.

“The high school choirs will perform along with Pellissippi State’s own Concert Chorale and Variations groups,” said Brewer, “for an evening of fine choral music covering a wide range of styles and tastes.”

The Concert Chorale and Variations groups comprise a cross-section of students from a variety of majors. The Variations Ensemble is preparing for a study abroad and concert opportunity overseas in May 2014, in collaboration with the Tennessee Consortium for International Studies.

The Winter Choral Concert is the latest in a string of performances during Pellissippi State’s yearlong Music Concert Series. The series is part of The Arts at Pellissippi State, which brings to the community cultural activities ranging from music and theatre to international celebrations, lectures, and the fine arts. All piano performances and accompaniments are performed on Steinways, in keeping with Pellissippi State’s status as an All-Steinway School.

For additional information about the Pellissippi State Music Concert Series or The Arts at Pellissippi State, call (865) 694-6400 or visit To request accommodations for a disability, contact the executive director of Human Resources and Affirmative Action at (865) 694-6607 or

Pellissippi State: Local students invited to compete in ‘Frame x Frame’ audio-video competition

All local middle school, high school and college students are invited to participate in Pellissippi State Community College’s inaugural “Frame x Frame” competition, an audio and visual media contest.

Students will participate in age categories to tell short stories in video productions between two and 10 minutes long. The competition is free to enter. The deadline for entries is end of day, Friday, March 7.

“This is an opportunity for all students to put together a short audio and visual media production that tests their creativity and introduces them to industry professionals,” said Katie Lovette, an instructor in Engineering and Media Technologies and planner of the event.

“These films are ‘shorts,’ presentations of a moment in time. They can be animated, video or even pictures set to music. The theme, ‘Tell Us a Story,’ is open to encourage creativity among entries.

“Everyone will get feedback on their work from our judges, who are video production industry professionals, so it’s a valuable experience and a way to get critiqued.”

The entries for middle and high school students should be 2-4 minutes long, and the maximum length of any video should be 10 minutes. Entries should be brought in person to the lobby of the Bagwell Center for Media and Art on the Hardin Valley Campus, 10915 Hardin Valley Road. Posted signs will direct participants where to leave their entries.

Each competition entry will be screened in the Bagwell Gallery during the “Frame x Frame” exhibit, March 17-26. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. The entries will be judged on March 19.

Prizes will be awarded to each age category’s winner. Awards include a scholarship to Pellissippi State.

For more information about the competition, visit or email For more information about Pellissippi State, visit or call (865) 694-6400.

Pellissippi State students named to All-Tennessee Academic Team

Pellissippi State students Victoria Baker and Sydney Youngman were recognized Feb. 4 in Nashville for academic accomplishments, as both were inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa All-Tennessee Academic Team. Pictured, from left, are Judith Sichler, Pellissippi State Phi Theta Kappa advisor; Baker; Marilyn Harper, director of Academic Support Programs; Anthony Wise, Pellissippi State president; Youngman, and Casey Lambert, PTK advisor. Additional PTK advisor Ann E. Kronk is not pictured.
Pellissippi State students Victoria Baker and Sydney Youngman were recognized Feb. 4 in Nashville for academic accomplishments, as both were inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa All-Tennessee Academic Team. Pictured, from left, are Judith Sichler, Pellissippi State Phi Theta Kappa advisor; Baker; Marilyn Harper, director of Academic Support Programs; Anthony Wise, Pellissippi State president; Youngman, and Casey Lambert, PTK advisor. Additional PTK advisor Ann E. Kronk is not pictured.

At a ceremony in Nashville on Feb. 4, Pellissippi State Community College students Victoria Baker and Sydney Youngman were recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the 2014 All-Tennessee Academic Team.

In all, 28 community college students from the Tennessee Board of Regents system earned the honor. The Academic Team is sponsored by USA Today and the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, which recognizes students with a 3.5 grade point average or above.

“Pellissippi State is immensely proud of Victoria and Sydney and their academic accomplishments,” said L. Anthony Wise Jr., Pellissippi State president. “We recognize the hard work they’ve put into their studies. They know the value of investing in their future, and we wish them well.”

Baker completed an associate’s degree at Pellissippi State in December and is enrolled at the University of Tennessee. She plans to major in education for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Youngman will graduate from Pellissippi State in May. She plans to attend Middle Tennessee State University, where she will major in biochemistry. She hopes to pursue a career in the medical field.

“Each year, it’s a privilege to recognize the hard work, dedication and commitment these students have exhibited at their colleges,” said John Morgan, TBR chancellor.

“They’ve not only achieved a high degree of success in the classroom, but they’ve made significant contributions to their communities through their volunteer efforts and leadership skills.”

For more information about Pellissippi State, visit or call (865) 694-6400.

Pellissippi State hosts Young Inventors Fair

Young inventors are invited to bring their creations, innovations and science fair projects to Pellissippi State Community College for the Third Annual Young Inventors Fair Saturday, Feb. 15.

The Young Inventors Fair is noon-5 at the Strawberry Plains Campus, 7201 Strawberry Plains Pike.

Any student in elementary through high school with an invention or innovative science fair submission can participate. Contestants have the chance to win prizes and entry into the Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fair.

“The Young Inventors Fair is similar to a science fair, but it has an angle toward creation and invention,” said Jerry Burns, professor of Natural and Behavioral Sciences and organizer of the event.

“Unlike a typical science fair, this event is meant to reward students who have a great idea—even if the full science isn’t there, or if they weren’t able to feasibly follow through with the actual creation. It’s a way to reward students who think innovatively.”

Student projects are judged by a panel of faculty members from Pellissippi State, and winners are announced by age group.

“We feel like this event is a great way to get our name out to schools, to let them know that Pellissippi State has a new campus in the area,” said Mike North, Strawberry Plains Campus dean. “Students who participate in this Young Inventors Fair as middle-schoolers might return to Pellissippi State as college students.”

The Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fair is a regional science fair that takes place at the University of Tennessee’s Thompson-Boling Arena. It’s open to students in middle and high school, and students are qualified to enter after winning individual school science fairs.

The Young Inventors Fair could offer students a second chance to participate in the SASEF regional event if they didn’t win their own school science fair.

For more information about the Young Inventors Fair, email the Pellissippi State Science Club at

For more information about Pellissippi State, visit or call (865) 694-6400. To request accommodations for a disability, contact the executive director of Human Resources at (865) 694-6607 or

Pellissippi State ranks at top for National Voter Registration Day

A student-led voter registration effort fall semester at Pellissippi State Community College ranked among the top highest in number of registered voters in the nation.

Pellissippi State’s National Voter Registration Day 2013 event registered 251 voters, earning the college a ranking of 21st in the nation in registering the most voters at individual events, according to National Voter Registration Day’s Communications and Field Report, prepared by Voto Latino.

National Voter Registration Day was Sept. 24. That day, there were 809 registration events around the nation, including at colleges, civic and community clubs, and other community service-oriented organizations.

“We partnered with Knoxville’s League of Women Voters to sponsor voter registration among college students, to help publicize the League of Women Voters, to help voters judge candidates and to help citizen organizations host effective candidate forums,” said Lisa Bogaty, associate professor in Business and Computer Technology.

Pellissippi State’s event took place all week at the Hardin Valley Campus. The college teamed up student, faculty and staff volunteers with members of the League of Women Voters Knoxville/Knox County.

Four classes at the two-year school also worked on various aspects of the event, from conducting marketing research to designing and producing posters to developing databases for surveys.

“It’s wonderful from a Service-Learning perspective, because each class has had an opportunity to learn and volunteer,” Bogaty said.

The Service-Learning program encourages Pellissippi State students to engage in a culture of civic engagement and altruism, partnering traditional academic experiences with opportunities for volunteerism and community service.

Overall, National Voter Registration Day resulted in 56,196 voters being registered among all 50 states.

For more information about Pellissippi State, visit or call (865) 694-6400.

Politics, security expert to speak at Pellissippi State showcase

Portrait of man in suit with flags behind himPellissippi State Community College hosts Steven P. Bucci as the featured speaker Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Student Speech Showcase.

The showcase is sponsored by Pellissippi State’s Communication Club. The event begins at 7 p.m. in the Goins Building Auditorium and is open to the community. Ample parking is available.

Bucci will deliver a speech on the state of Greece and the issues that country faces. His talk is entitled “From Prosperity to Austerity and Back: Recent, Current and Emerging Issues in Greece.”

The guest presenter is director of the Heritage Foundation’s Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies. He is also a senior fellow for Homeland Security and Defense Issues in Washington, D.C. A retired U.S Army colonel, Bucci served as commander of the 3rd Battalion of the 5th Special Forces and as military assistant to former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

“Bucci is one of those great speakers who can change the scope of how our students view the world and help them learn about things they might otherwise have not known,” said Susan Childress, a Liberal Arts instructor and Communication Club advisor.

The Student Speech Showcase also features four top student speech contest winners from the fall semester.

Student speakers are Charysse Young on the topic “Make Your Body Talk: You Need ASL Literacy,” Alexis Huddleston on “Learning to Learn,” Summer Burns on “Shoes for Everyone” and Josh Boling on “Believe It to Achieve It.” One of the speeches is in the informative style, and the others are persuasive. Each is five to eight minutes long.

For more information about Pellissippi State, visit­ or call (865) 694-6400. To request accommodations for a disability, contact the executive director of Human Resources at (865) 694-6607 or

Pellissippi State offers free financial aid workshop

The process of applying for financial aid can seem overwhelming for both students and parents, but Pellissippi State Community College makes it easier on College Goal Sunday, a free workshop Jan. 26.

College Goal Sunday is 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Educational Resources Center of Pellissippi State’s Hardin Valley Campus. Ample free parking is available for the event.

Pellissippi State hosts College Goal Sunday to help current and potential students and their families navigate the steps necessary to apply for financial aid for higher education. Staff will be on hand to help students and parents in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Having a completed FAFSA on file is required for students to be considered for financial aid, including grants, scholarships and loans.

Those who are unsure if they’ll need financial aid are encouraged to attend the event as well. Attending guarantees that critical FAFSA deadlines have been met if applicants decide they need assistance later in the year. Completing the FAFSA establishes no obligation to attend college.

Students and/or their parents need to bring completed 2013 IRS 1040 tax returns or estimations of 2013 income, W-2 statements, current bank statements, driver’s licenses or alien registration cards, and untaxed income records for 2013 (Social Security, welfare, veterans benefits or TANF).

To see a full list of required documentation and to register for College Goal Sunday at Pellissippi State, visit

College Goal Sunday is part of College Goal Tennessee, a nonprofit program that provides free information and assistance to Tennessee families applying for financial assistance for higher education.

For more information about Pellissippi State, visit or call (865) 694-6400. To request accommodations for a disability, contact the executive director of Human Resources at (865) 694-6607 or

Pellissippi State students save classmate’s life

row of 5, male and female students with security officer at end of row
Pellissippi State Community College student Eric Flynn, center, suffered a heart attack during a class in early December. He was aided by, from left, students Jordan Sugg, Alice Holt and Mary Elizabeth Sands, and security officer Doug Walston, who administered CPR and provided other emergency care until emergency medical professionals could arrive.

For Eric Flynn, the 2013 holiday season was a time to feel particularly blessed.

During an English class in early December at Pellissippi State Community College, Flynn collapsed at his desk after suffering a heart attack. Two classmates, Alice Holt and Mary Elizabeth Sands, administered CPR and emergency care until help arrived—and aided in saving Flynn’s life.

“If they hadn’t been there, I wouldn’t be here,” Flynn, a single parent, said of Holt, Sands and Doug Walston, Safety and Security supervisor at Pellissippi State. “What [they] did means the world to me, to my children and to my family.”

During a small ceremony Monday, Dec. 16, L. Anthony Wise Jr., the college’s president, recognized Holt, Sands and Walston for their actions by presenting them each with a Pellissippi State shield.

“The Pellissippi State shield symbolizes power and strength,” he said. “The gold color symbolizes wisdom. You used all of those things to take care of Eric and give him the best possible chance of success. We thank you for your great and heroic action.”

Flynn, a Business Administration/Management student, says he was making his way from the parking lot to his classroom when he began to feel tired. He remembers walking into English class but doesn’t remember collapsing.

Holt and Sands, both Nursing students, noticed Flynn slump at his desk and immediately began administering CPR.

“We were working on portfolios, heard a noise and looked up to see Eric sort of slumped over,” said Holt. “We jumped up and ran over there.”

Another student called 911, and Walston and Jordan Suggs, a lab assistant, helped the first responders find Flynn and get him on his way to the hospital.

Sands, who works at Parkwest Medical Center, where Flynn was taken, checked in on him frequently, as did Holt, Walston and others. Flynn was hospitalized for 11 days and underwent an angioplasty and stent placement, a surgical operation that opens a partially blocked artery.

“Everyone was going the extra mile. You’ve had a lot of people pulling for you, even if you didn’t know it,” Walston said.

“It’s overwhelming to know how many people care,” Flynn said.

For more information about Pellissippi State, visit or call (865) 694-6400.

Pellissippi State puts out casting call for ‘Unnecessary Farce’

Comedic actors and actresses: Try out your talents at Pellissippi State Community College. Auditions get under way at the end of this month for the play “Unnecessary Farce.”

Auditions are open to everyone. They take place 7-9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 27-28, in Room 156 of the Alexander Building on the college’s Hardin Valley Campus.

“Unnecessary Farce” is the tale of a police sting gone awry after a bumbling mayor, a pair of lusty civil servants and a Scottish hit man are thrown together. This is a fast-paced, physical comedy that will require performers to have perfect timing and boundless energy.

Rehearsals will be 7-10:30 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Pellissippi State presents “Unnecessary Farce” at 7:30 p.m., April 4, 5, and 11 and at 2 p.m., April 6 and 13. Tickets will be available at

“Unnecessary Farce” is one of the events that make up Pellissippi State’s arts series, The Arts at Pellissippi State. The series brings to the community cultural activities ranging from music and theatre to international celebrations, lectures, and the fine arts.

For more information about The Arts at Pellissippi State, visit or call (865) 694-6400.

Pellissippi State students named to fall semester 2013 dean’s list

Pellissippi State Community College has named 966 top students to the fall semester 2013 dean’s list. Students are eligible for the dean’s list upon completion of 12 college-level hours per semester of college coursework with a 3.50-4.00 GPA. Pellissippi State honorees include the following:

Thomas Adams
Jordan Adkins
Devon Aeschlimann
Hunter Albert
Jenna Albrycht
Kaitlyn Aldridge
Jayson Alexander
Cody Alford
Daniel Allen
Savannah Amanns
Tyler Ammons
Julianne Anders
Avery Anderson
Tiffany Andrews
Garrett Angel
Robert Anthony
Ben Aptaker
Mobin Araghi
Aaron Archer
Luke Armitage
William Arwood
Winston Asher
Megan Aslinger
Karolina Assadova
Alexandria Atkins
Jenna Aungst
Keegan Austin
Michael Avery
Oscar Avila
Denisha Avrett
Eric Ayala
Alvaro Ayo
Krystallee Bailey
Jordan Baker
Timothy Baker
Victoria Baker
Jacob Balfe
Destiny Ballew
Frankie Ballew
Jason Ballinger
Peramuda Bandara
Travis Banks
Jordan Barbour
Kaitlyn Barger
Carrie Barnawell
Courtney Barnes
Sierra Barnett
Renee Barnum
Christopher Bartell
Desiree Bates
Abigail Baumann
Allie Bays
Amy Beam
Carmen Bean
Barbara Bearden
LeIna Beckner
Stephen Behan
Chelsea Belcher
Eric Belew
Nick Belitz
Brittany Bell
Erdenesuvd Bell
Taylor Bellisle
Charles Bennett
Amie Berney
Caroline Berrong
Alex Berry
Titus Berry
Ryan Best
Travis Bigwood
Felicia Bishop
Kourtney Blackburn
Cain Blanchard
Kendall Blankenship
Gabriela Bledsoe
Patrick Bledsoe
Johnathan Blevins
Dagny Block-Ward
Jesse Blum
Simon Jude Boka
Taylor Boothe
Jordan Boring
Chris Botsis
Caitlin Bowen
Carmen Bowers
Jason Bowers
Joshua Bowers
Samantha Bowers
Steven Bowling
Elizabeth Bradley
Erikah Bradley
Troy Bradley
James Bradwell
Alyssa Bragg
Nathan Branch
Shaylee Bratton
Heather Breazeale
Krista Breedlove
Renee Breiner
Lauren Brennan
Kendra Brent
Cory Brewer
Jason Brewer
Jessica Bridges
Cullen Briere
Amanda Brock
Kennedy Brock
Adam Brock-Dagnan
David Brooks
Jennifer Brooks
Anne Broome
Anna Brown
Joshua Brown
Raymond Brown
Sydney Brown
Tyler Brown
Kevin Brudecki
Bailey Bryant
James Bufton
Petr Bulkhak
Kyle Bumpus
Wyatt Bumpus
Krista Burchfield
Jackson Burdette
Landon Burke
Lisa Burleson
Clint Burner
Dustin Burnette
Katherine Burns
Summer Burns
Jacob Butler
Justin Bybee
Mercedes Byrge
Lauren Byrum
Jennifer Caldwell
Jeremiah Caldwell
Jonathan Caldwell
Billy Calwell
Cori Camp
Kaitlin Campbell
Kelli Canan
Vincent Cannon
Sokun Carathers
Christian Cardona
Zachary Carey
Kristen Carlson
James Carmichael
Dillon Carpenter
Miranda Carpenter
Cameron Carr
Daniel Carrell
Alicia Carter
Lancia Carter
M. Carter
Phillip Carter
Chris Caserta
Jesse Cate
Tyler Cate
Michael Cavitt
Angela Celaya
Rebecca Cesare
Brandon Chapel
Tiffany Chaperon
Carolyn Chapman
Elizabeth Chapman
Jeremy Chapman
Sharon Chapman
Jonathan Chase
Eric Childers
Taylor Childres
Edwar Aguiar Chinchilla
Dylan Chun
Justin Church
Nicholas Ciparro
Elizabeth Clanton
Ellen Clark
John Clark
Keira Clark
Rachael Clark
Casey Clarke
David Claybourne
James Clenney
Nathaniel Clifton
Trevor Cloninger
Maycie Cochran
Zachery Coffey
Darcy Coffy
Ashley Colantoni
Claudia Coleman
Devan Coleman
Daniel Collins
Emily Collins
Kristan Collins
Tara Collins
John Cook
Austin Cooper
Nick Coover
Meghan Copeland
Alex Corlew
Lakan Cornett
Micaela Cornett
Jaclyn Covington
Kaitlyn Cox
Laura Cox
Adam Crabtree
Rachel Craig
Brandi Crass
Catherine Crockett
Dwight Cross
Kelly Crotty
Nick Csercsevits
Betty Culver
Amy Cupp
Kendall Cupp
Jonathan Curtis
Nathan Curtis
Samantha Curtis
Douglas Dagley
Cassandra Daniels
Jason Daniels
Frank Darwin
Niraj Dave
Allan Davis
Allison Davis
Angela Davis
David Davis
Emily Davis
Howard Davis
Matthew Davis
Emanuelly Maria De Oliveira Sobreira
Kenneth Deal
Erica Dean
Natalie Decker
Jennifer DeFoe
Samuel Degregorio
Edward Deiderich
Amanda Del Moro
Joseph Delaney
Lindsay DeLay
Sarah Dennis
Kurt Denton
Robert Denton
Madison Dentz
William Derington
Jonathan Diegel
Brian Diggs
Alexis Dillard
Joni Dipatri
Victoria Dishner
Jacob Dohm
Christopher Donaldson
Kristy Donaldson
Guillermo Dorado
Kirsten Douglas
Michael Douglas
Brett Downey
Taylor Drinnen
Kimberly Duncan
Darren Dunlap
Thomas Duran
Angela Duran Lamberson
Katrina Duval
Joshua Eakle
Sarah Edens
Allyn Edmiston
AnnaMarie Edwards
Christopher Edwards
Jake Elkins
Kevan Elkins
Daulton Ellis
Payden Ellis
Cody Elswick
John Estes
Kristin Eubanks
Leslie Eubanks
Janelle Evans
Jordan Evans
Mikeala Evans
William Evers
Cody Ewing
Daisy Falin
Christopher Fancher
Megan Fandrich
Cody Ferguson
Leslie Ferrer
Lowell Fields
Gabriel Figueroa
Richel Finfrock
Almondo Fiori
Kaitlyn Fisher
Tyler Fisher
Whitney Fitzgerald
Emily Fitzpatrick
Devin Fladd
Tawney Flores
Brent Floyd
Sandra Fonseca
Ashley Fortenberry
Justin Foster
Savannah Foster
Sharleen Foster
Brooklyn Foust
Aaron Frank
Marissa Frankel
Matt Franklin
Samuel Franklin
Amanda Freuler
Bridgette Fritz
Christopher Gallaher
Steven Gallaher
Vasile Garbulet
Daniel Garey
Alice Garland
Charles Garrett
Kristina Garrett
Matthew George
Anthony Georgiafandis
Natasha Ghezawi
Matthew Gibbs
Margaret Gicheru
Rachel Giles
Shimikia Gillespie
Estille Gilliam
Erin Gilliland
Scottie Godfrey
Christopher Goetze
Jonathan Goggans
Madison Gold
Rebeca Gonzalez
Rosendo Gonzalez
Natalie Goodin
Zara Goodlaxson
Elissa Goodson
Analiza Gordy
Richard Grant
Darren Green
Gus Green
Nicky Greene
Caleb Grider
Jeanne Griswold
Christian Groff
Lisa Grunwald
Christopher Guider
Clarissa Guidry
Logan Gunter
Igor Gussev
Zachary Guzman
Rebekah Gyger
Nicholas Hager
Joshua Halcomb
James Hamblen
Jesse Hamby
Andrew Hamilton
Anna Hamilton
Valerie Hamilton
Riley Hammett
Laura Haney
Holley Hannah
Carleigh Harbin
Christian Hardin
Jennifer Hardin
Tommy Hardin
Abigail Harmon
Adam Harms
Ashley Harrell
Alyssa Harrelson
Christian Harris
William Harris
Ashton Harrison
Cassie Hart
Nathaniel Hartley
Janet Hastings
Brighton Hatfield
Brent Hattley
Avery Hawk
Kaitlyn Hay
Jackie Hayes
Jessica Haynes
Lauren Heath
Heather Helton
Scott Henderson
Erik Heng-Fischbach
Alana Henley
Rocky Henry
Aaron Hess
Katilyn Hibbert
Eric Hickman
Jeffrey Hickman
Christopher Higgins
Holly Hill
William Hill
Chelsea Hines
Steven Hines
Connor Hinkle
David Hodge
Hannah Hodge
Amy Holloway
Kelsey Holloway
Rachel Hopkins
Jason Horner
Jacob Houston
Ryan Howard
Kerry Howell
Bryan Huddleston
Sarah Huddleston
Wesley Huffaker
Candice Huffstetler
Jerad Hughes
John Human
Anna Humphreys
Kelsie Hunt
Samantha Hunt
Kathryn Hunter
Jacques Hurst
Rachel Hutchens
Erin Hyde
Kristin Hylton
Courtney Irwin
Harold Jackson
Jonathan Jackson
Taylor Jackson
William Jaggers
Heather Jannett
Brittany Janous
James Jardet
James Jarnigan
Nabeel Jaser
Leah Jenkins
Taylor Jensen
Jared Jett
Megan Jewell
Kimberly Job
Audrey Johnson
Bret Johnson
Juliana Johnson
Kaitlin Johnson
Lacy Johnson
Luke Johnson
Brandi Jones
David Jones
Forrest Jones
Maleah Jones
Michaela Jones
Brian Jordan
Elise Jorgensen
Richard Justice
Hailey Kachmarchik
Ali Kameh
Christina Kampas
Matthew Kane
Stephanie Kaser
Whitney Kaul
Noah Keener
Marc Keirn
Erin Keith
Robert Keith
Lindsey Kelly
Jason Kennedy
Otis Kennedy
Emily Keyser
Christian Kidd
Kevin Kidder
Hearan Kim
Sharyllynne King
Hunter Kitts
Matthew Kleinschmidt
Christian Klenk
Melanie Knapp
Rebekah Knause
Tanya Kocer
Maggie Kubarewicz
Matthew Labelle
Megan Ladd
Lucas Lafond
Lauren Lamson
Anna Land
Andrew Landguth
Jessie Lane
Michael Lane
Pierce Lane
Rosita Lane
Lauren Lange
Ashley Lawson
Sarah Lawson
Janie Lay
Morgan Lay
Nhu Le
Cade Leach
Kandyn Leach
Haley Ledford
Hope Ledger
Ji Ho Lee
John Lee
Riitta-Maija Lehtinen
Andrew Leming
Rachel Lemons
Rebecca Lengfellner
Christine Lentz
Chelsea Lessard
Charles Levan
Belinda Lewis
Kandyce Lewis
Nathan Lewis
Warren Lewis
Robert Lilligren
Joshua Lindamood
Michelle Lindsay
Mary Lindstrom
Anthony Lis
Candice Littleton
Jason Littleton
Olivia Lobertini
Wesley Logan
Lee Logsdon
Emmanuel Lokure
Amber Long
Angela Long
Caitlin Long
Victoria Long
Jennifer Loveday
Cynthia Lozano
Shirley Ludington
Dallas Ludwig
Seth Luedtke
Jose Luna Garcia
Tia Luneke
Brandon Lusby
Kaitlynn Lusk
Edward Lutsyk
Edward Lyman
Taylor Lyon
Justin MacDonald
Daniel Mace
Austin Madden
Logan Madden
Boubacar Maiga
Daniel Maley
Caleb Mangum
Jade Mann
Kristen Manning
Kendall Maples
Larry Maples
Victoria Marler
Brett Marshman
Joshua Martin
Megan Martin
Tamara Martin
Zachariah Martin
Amber Marzec
Bryan Mason
Justin Matthews
Chiquila Mattress
Patricia Maynard
Michelle McAlister
Rebekah McBride
Allison McClanahan
Nicholas McCloskey
Shaun McComas
Melody McComb
Sarah McComb
Lidia McCord
Sandra McCroskey
Stephanie McCuiston
Rocky McCulloch
Katherine McGaha
Angela McGee
Dennis McGhee
Jessica McGinley
Jonathan McGuire
Jennifer McLean
Emily McNeil
Jorge Mejia
Victoria Mellen
Benjamin Mellon
Cortney Melton
Jacob Melton
Abbey Merriman
Gregory Mersing
Michael Mersing
Julianna Meyers
Jessica Michel
Jairus Miller
Tyler Miller
Susan Minehan
John Mitchell
Stephanie Mojica
Laura Molen
Brittany Monday
Christopher Monhollan
Lori Monroe
Richard Monroe
Hannah Montgomery
Travis Montsinger
Eric Moore
Jessi Moore
Shawn Moore
Adam Moreno
Tiffany Morrison
Robert Morrow
Tricia Mounger
Andrea Muehlenberg
Agiimaa Munkhsukh
Conley Munsey
Celeste Murphy
Alexia Murriel
John Music
Kelvin Myers
Rachel Myers
Joshua Najmola
Gladys Nance
Jordan Neely
William Newell
Seth Newport
Quynh Ngo
Cung Nguyen
Khoa Nguyen
Trang Nguyen
Van Nguyen
Julianna Nikolai
Abbie Nipper
Brad Nipper
Hannah Noe
Victor Noe
Thomas Noll
Sydney Norman
Amanda Ogle
Rachael Ogle
Morgan Onusic
Marion Osborne
Mollie-Kathleen O’Shaughnessy
Shih-Huei Ou
William Overmyer
Hannah Overton
Jessica Ownsby
Matthew Pack
Miranda Paiva
Whitney Palmer
Heemyung Park
Adrienne Parrott
Amie Parrott
Hunter Parton
Neel Patel
Svetlana Patterson
Veronica Patterson
Allison Pavelchik
Denise Payne
Hannah Payne
Lynette Payne
Brian Pearson
Brittany Pemberton
Dallas Pepper
Amber Perrin
Jessica Perry
Lauren Peters
Scott Peterson
Thai Pham
Zebulon Phillips
Austin Phipps
Landon Pierce
Tony Plastino
Andrew Plaxco
Billy Pogue
Amber Poole
Mekenzie Pope
Brittany Powell
Lindsey Powell
William Powell
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Kalie Pritchett
Nichole Proctor
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Jackson Quiggins
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Ryan Ramirez
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Samantha Rayder
Robert Raymes
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Mark Reece
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Rachel Resciniti
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Jason Roberts
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Rebecca Rolen
Justin Rose
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Hailey Rudd
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Tiffany Rullan
Matthew Rumbolt
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Ana Salas
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Valeria Sanabria
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James Shill
Charles Shipley
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Katie Simerly
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Amy Sims
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Darian Singleton
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Jennifer Skeen
Timothy Slagle
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Austin Smith
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Michael Smith
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Summer Smith
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Jay Smithson
Sara Smock
Megan Snell
Elizabeth Snodgrass
Elexis Snyder
Katharina Snyder
Madeline Sommer
Channing Sosville
Mellony Spangler
Anna Sparks
Edden Spencer
Laurie Spoon
Stephanie Spoon
Phoebe Spooner
Mark Stanifer
Rachel Stanley
Gabriella Starace
Paul Steciw
Julia Steinmann
Micaela Stephens
Heather Storm
Logan Stuart
Matthew Studwell
Aaron Suffridge
Sharmon Suit
Shane Sullivan
Melodie Summers
David Summey
Chelsea Sutphin
Matthew Swearingen
Silvia Sweitzer
Jamie Swint
Katherine Swisher
David Tallent
Andrew Taylor
Benjamin Taylor
Courtney Taylor
Mathew Taylor
Andrea Tedder
Anna Thomas
Noelle Thomas
Rachel Thomas
Hilary Thompson
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Robert Thompson
Samuel Thompson
Madison Thress
Mary Thress
Patrick Tidwell
Jessica Tiller
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Tiffany Tipton
Matthew Toman
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David Torres
Hayley Torres
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Kati Tran
Elizabeth Trest
Gregory Trinkle
Cynthia Trosper
Sierra Trott
Tyler Trovillo
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Jacquelynn Tucker
Tatiana Tumminello
Karenna Turley
Robbie Turpin
Krislee Twiner
Joshua Uphoff
Celine Uwamahoro
Andrew Valesky
Catherine Varga
Courtney Vaughn
Travis Veal
Patrick Veilleux
Blake Venable
Candace Viox
Alyssa Vito
Matthew Vogt
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Boyd Wade
Stephen Waldrep
Leslie Walker
Seth Walker
Tara Walker
Mathew Wall
Ashley Wallace
Danielle Wallace
Anthony Ward
Haley Ward
Luke Warf
Daniel Warren
Matthew Warren
Elizabeth Washington
Christy Watson
Kathryn Watson
Lauren Weakley
David Webb
Kyle Webb
Rachel Webb
Shannon Webb
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Ashley Weisneck
Heather Weixler
Katelin Welch
Michael Westphal
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Holly Whitaker
Virginia Whitcomb
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Derek White
Judah White
Macy White
Stacy White
Tavish White
Tyler White
Courtney Whited
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Hannah Whitehead
Timothy Whitehead
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David Wilkey
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Angeliccaa Williams
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Dylan Williams
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Nicholas Williams
Robert Williams
Sarah Williams
Adam Wilson
Amy Wilson
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Stephen Wilson
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Joseph Wolfenbarger
Whitney Wolff
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Tina Woods
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Andrew Wright
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Saori Yamanaka
Catherine Yancey
Susanna Yoder
Alicia Young
Dana Young
Stephanie Young
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