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Acclaimed physicist Michio Kaku appearing March 10

Internationally renowned physicist, best-selling author and acclaimed media figure Michio Kaku will examine “The Future of the Mind,” during a Friday, March 10, appearance as part of the Hanover Enrichment Series.

Physicist Michio Kaku

Kaku’s presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in Hanover College’s Collier Arena. General admission tickets are available for just $10. Seats for high school students and younger are free, but must be reserved through the College’s online ticketing system.

The co-creator of string field theory, a branch of string theory, Kaku continues Albert Einstein’s quest to unite the four fundamental forces of nature —strong force, weak force, gravity and electromagnetism — into a single, grand unified theory of everything.

Kaku has starred in numerous television science programs on such networks as Discovery, Science Channel, BBC, ABC and The History Channel. He has been a focal point in the BBC series, “Time” and “Vision of the Future,” as well as The History Channel’s “Universe.”

He is a news contributor to “CBS: This Morning” and a regular guest on news programs around the world including CBS, Fox News, CNBC, MSNBC and CNN. He has also made guest appearances on talk shows, including “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” “The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert,” “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Conan on TBS” and others.

In addition, he was one of the subjects of Michael Apted’s award-winning documentary, “Me & Isaac Newton.”

Kaku is the author of eight best-selling books, including his most-recent effort, “The Future of the Mind,” which was released in 2014. He has also been a featured columnist for top popular science publications such as Popular Mechanics, Discover, Cosmos, Wired, New Scientist, Newsweek and many others.

He is the author of many advanced-level textbooks and has had more than 70 articles published in physics journals, covering topics such as superstring theory, supergravity, supersymmetry and hadronic physics.

Kaku hosts two weekly radio programs and podcasts. “Science Fantastic” is a live science radio talk show which airs every Saturday. “Explorations in Science” airs the first, third and fifth Friday of each month with a podcast every Tuesday.

Kaku earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Harvard University in 1968, as first in his physics class, and received a doctorate from the Berkeley Radiation Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1972. In 1973, he held a lectureship at Princeton University.

He currently holds the Henry Semat Chair and Professorship in theoretical physics at the City College of New York (CUNY), where he has taught for more than 25 years. He has also been a visiting professor at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, as well as New York University.

O’Brien Fund Lecture to examine cultural blending in U.S. Southwest
Three Roads to Magdalena book cover

David W. Adams, professor of history emeritus at Cleveland State University, will give Hanover College's Cornelius and Anna Cook O’Brien Lecture at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 14, in Fitzgibbon Recital Hall, Lynn Center for Fine Arts.

Adams, a specialist in the history of American Indians, will discuss his most recent book, “Three Roads to Magdalena: Coming of Age in a Southwest Borderland, 1890-1990.” The publication blends oral and social histories to examine how class, religion, language and race influenced the creation of distinct identities and ethnic boundaries, while also providing opportunities for cross-cultural interactions and intimacies in the American Southwest during the late 19th and 20th centuries.

He is also the author of "Education for Extinction: American Indians and the Boarding-School Experience, 1875-1928," which won the Caughey Western History Association Book Prize in 1996. The award is given annually for the most distinguished book on the history of the American West.

In addition, Adams has published articles in the "Harvard Educational Review" and "Pacific Historical Review" and is the co-editor of "On the Borders of Love and Power: Families and Kinship in the Intercultural American Southwest."

The O'Brien Lecture is open to the public, free of charge.

Van Iten to showcase bead artwork, photography
Tatiana Van Iten beaded necklace

Local artist Tatiana Van Iten will showcase her bead artwork and photography during a presentation at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 16, in the Hanover College Science Center, room 137.

Van Iten will examine the relationships between her bead-based art and themes in nature, literature and film that have provided inspiration for her creations and photography.

The presentation is open to the public, free of charge.

Born and raised in Russia, Van Iten graduated from the Leningrad State University with a master’s degree in photojournalism. She learned bead embroidery and how to spin yarn and knit from her grandmother at age six. She has taught classes at festivals and published instructions in beading magazines and books.

Most of Van Iten’s necklaces are made free-hand with no pattern and many incorporate new techniques. Her unique designs use a variety of materials, including seed beads, freshwater pearls, gemstones, lamp-work glass beads, wood, leather and even fossil specimens.

Her necklace, “Arbel,” was the gold-medal winner in the seed bead category at the 2003-04 Fire Mountain Gems and Beads contest. Since that time, her work has been featured in industry publications, on runways and in shows in Paris, Hiroshima, Kiev, Hamburg and across the U.S.

Van Iten’s necklace, “Hummingbird,” was featured on the cover of “Bead Unique” and she has subsequently published several works in the magazine.

Most recently, her necklace, “The Winds of Winter,” won a blue ribbon at the 2016 International Bead Dreams Contest in Milwaukee, Wis.

Van Iten’s piece, “Daughter of Genghis Khan,” was showcased on the 2005-06 Fire Mountain Gems and Beads' best-sellers catalog. In 2006, her necklace, “Forest Dragon’s Tears,” won the grand prize in the wearable art category at the Treasures of Toho Beading Competition in Japan.

Women's track wins HCAC Indoor Championship for third time in six seasons

Women track and field win conference championship

RESULTS

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – For the third time in the past six years, the Hanover women’s track and field team has won the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Championship.

The Panthers, who won back-to-back indoor titles in 2012 and 2013, recorded 130 total points in the 2017 championship event, outlasting host Rose-Hulman and Manchester, who ended up with 126 and 120 points, respectively.

The Panthers’ 130 points marks the highest total for the team since the 2014 indoor championship.

After 10 completed events, Hanover was tied in the team scoring with Rose-Hulman, and after 15 events, the Panthers led the Fightin’ Engineers by eight points.

The championship title came down to the final event of the day - the 4x400-meter relay. The Blue and Red sent out sophomore Teal Burnett (Marshall, Ill.) in the first leg as she gave HC the early advantage. Competing in her final indoor conference championship, senior Brittany Ferrell (Hillsboro, Ohio) ran second for HC, keeping the Panthers within the top two as Manchester led heading into the final two legs.

Senior Erika Jervis (Cicero, Ind.) took the handoff from her classmate and sprinted to the front of the pack, handing off to freshman Kenna Hunter (Mooresville, Ind.) for the final 400 meters. In the biggest race of her collegiate career, Hunter held off a Rose-Hulman runner early and pulled away at the end, securing the event and team championship for Hanover. The 4x400 squad finished in a time of 4:12.35, marking the second-fastest effort in school history.

Burnett also pulled off the only other first-place finish for the women, finishing the 400-meter dash in 1:02.03. Her time set a new personal record, while also moving her into fourth all-time at Hanover. The sophomore also placed fifth in the 200 meters with a personal-best time of 27.40.

Recording a team-high 34 points was senior Savannah Hubbard (Madison, Ind.). The senior was busy, competing in six events, placing fourth or better on four separate occasions. Hubbard’s best finishes came in the long jump and triple jump, where she placed second in both events. Her long jump distance of 5.42 meters set a new personal record, while her distance of 10.85 meters broke her own school record by nearly two-tenths of a meter.

In the 200 meters, Hanover grabbed the fourth, fifth and sixth spots. Freshman Simone Henderson (Liberty Township, Ohio) paced the Panther runners with a personal-best time of 27.39 seconds, moving her into fourth in program history. Henderson also improved on her already top-five 60-meter dash time, finishing in 8.20 seconds to place fourth.

Henderson, along with Burnett and Hunter, teamed with freshman Kara Beasley (Mooresville, Ind.) to run in the 4x200-meter relay. The all-underclassman group placed second in the meet, crossing the finish line in 1:49.85 - the second fastest time in school history.

The 60-meter hurdles also saw three Panthers score, including Hubbard, whose time of 9.56 seconds was good enough for third overall and third in school history. Beasley and classmate Michelle Witt (Carmel, Ind.) placed sixth and seventh, respectively.

Two women’s pole vaulters logged a height of 3.24 meters, placing fourth and fifth in the event. Sophomore Erin Trimpe (New Palestine, Ind.) won the tiebreaker against classmate Emily Clancy (Columbus, Ind.) to pick up the fourth-place finish, as the 3.24-meter vault set her new career record.

Freshman Eve Galbreath (Vevay, Ind.) competed in her first conference championship, placing seventh in the shot put. Her throw of 11.02 meters is the second-longest mark in school history.

Hanover will continue the 2017 indoor slate with its first of two last-chance meets next Saturday, Feb. 25, at Anderson.

Championship Graphic

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

Choral ensembles to embark on southern tour

Hanover College’s two premier choral ensembles will perform as part of services at three southern churches during a week-long trip through Tennessee, Georgia and Florida, Feb. 26-March 1.

Hanover College Choir

The Hanover Concert Choir and Chamber Singers will perform Sunday, Feb. 26, during the 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Transfiguration Sunday services at Messiah Lutheran Church, in Knoxville, Tenn. The ensembles will sing that evening during a 7 p.m. service at Northminster Presbyterian Church in Macon, Ga. The final performance will be at 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 1, during the Ash Wednesday service at First Presbyterian Church in Bonita Springs, Fla.

The Concert Choir performs in a variety of musical styles from Renaissance to contemporary. The ensemble sings both unaccompanied and extended masterworks for chorus, soloists and orchestra.

The Chamber Singers, a select vocal ensemble, explores diverse choral works from motets to spirituals. The group strives to achieve a captivating performance atmosphere, especially with multicultural compositions representing the music of the world.

Led by Madlen Batchvarova, professor and chair of the music department, Hanover’s choral program maintains a rigorous performing schedule with at least 10 concerts and concert participations each season. The choirs perform at traditional campus events, such as President’s Evening to Honor the Arts, baccalaureate and commencement, and have most-recently delivered invited performances at professional sports contests and Indiana’s gubernatorial inauguration.

Brownlees to address sustainable farming

Hanover College alumni Nate and Liz Otte Brownlee will return to campus Monday, Feb. 13, to address sustainable farming and community-supported agriculture. The couple will speak at 3 p.m. in Science Center, room 136.

pasture-raised pig

Liz, a 2009 Hanover graduate, is the executive director of the Oak Heritage Conservancy. The organization is a non-profit land trust that conserves natural areas in southeastern Indiana. Nate, a 2006 graduate, is pilot program director at Southeast Indiana Farmer Training Initiative.

The Brownlees launched Nightfall Farm in 2014 and work on food system issues, including how to connect people with their food, build farmers markets and keep more money in rural communities. The couple is active in the Hoosier Young Farmer Coalition and also working create a hometown food guide to connect consumers and farmers.

The Brownlees met while students at Hanover. After graduation, they farmed in the northeastern U.S., were exposed to community-supported agriculture (CSA) and farmers’ markets in Pennsylvania, and ran educational events at a demonstration farm in Maine.

Nate managed livestock at a farm in New York and worked on a diversified vegetable farm in Vermont. Liz, meanwhile, earned a master's degree in natural resources at the University of Vermont. The couple eventually served an apprenticeship on a farm in Vermont, which ultimately cemented plans for their own farm venture.

Nightfall Farm made its debut in 2014. Now entering its fourth season, the effort pasture-raises animals for a 45-member meat CSA, three farmers’ markets and a chef.

The presentation is open to the public, free of charge.

Darrell Scott concert part of RiverRoots' series

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Darrell Scott will perform Friday, March 24, in Fitzgibbon Recital Hall, Lynn Center for Fine Arts. The concert, which begins at 8 p.m., is part of the local RiverRoots Music Series.

Multi-instrumentalist Darrell Scott

Scott, a multi-instrumental performer, combines elements of country, jazz, folk, blues and gospel. He has released more than 10 albums since his debut “Aloha from Nashville” in 1997. He earned the Independent Music Awards’ best country album award in 2011 with “A Crooked Road.” He captured the Americana Music Association’s song of the year in 2007 with “Hank Williams’ Ghost" and, in 2005, won the Independent Music Awards’ album of the year with “Theatre of the Unheard.”

Scott was invited to join rock legend Robert Plant’s revitalization of Band of Joy and played mandolin, guitar, accordion, lap-steel guitar and banjo with the group for nearly two years. The effort yielded one of Rolling Stone magazine’s top-30 albums of 2010.

In addition to Scott’s prowess as a performer and session player, his efforts as a writer and producer have earned collaborations with artists such as Zac Brown Band, Faith Hill, Brad Paisley, Keb Mo, Del McCoury, Sam Bush and Dixie Chicks.

General admission tickets cost $12 in advance and $15 the day of the show. Hanover students may purchase seats for $10 with a valid ID.

Maria Carrelli, a country-folk musician from Cincinnati, Ohio, will be the opening act.

The RiverRoots Music & Folk Arts Festival will be held May 19-20, 2017, at Bicentennial Park in Madison, Ind.

President Lambert's statement on U.S. immigration ban

Hanover College recruits students from around the world and makes admission decisions without regard to an applicant’s religion or national origin. At Hanover, academic ability and personal character are what matter and we oppose immigration policies that would limit the College’s ability to recruit talented students to our campus.

We welcome the world to Hanover - the entire world - and we promise that students who come here will be prepared for careers or advanced study, leadership in their communities and lives of purpose and meaning. Restricting student access to higher education because of their religion, country of origin or undocumented status is against our values and it imposes a hardship on the institution as we seek to recruit young people.

Hanover must follow the law, and in accord with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), we will not divulge personal information, including immigration status and country of origin, about our students (or our employees) to outside groups or law enforcement without a court order. We will also stand together as a community in support of all Hanoverians and oppose discriminatory actions that would affect a targeted few.

Sincerely,

Lake Lambert, Ph.D.

President

Pence '81 sworn in as U.S. vice president
U.S. vice president-elect Mike Pence

Mike Pence '81 was sworn into office as U.S. vice president during inauguration events, Friday, Jan. 20, on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

Pence, who was sworn in by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, is the second Hanover graduate to serve as U.S. vice president. Thomas Hendricks, a member of the College's class of 1841, was Indiana’s 16th governor. He became U.S. vice president under Grover Cleveland after the duo won the 1884 presidential election. He died of illness after serving more than eight months in office.

Most recently the governor of Indiana, Pence served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Indiana's 2nd district from 2001-2003 and represented Indiana’s 6th district from 2003-2012. He won Indiana’s 2012 gubernatorial election and took office as the state’s 50th governor, Jan. 14, 2013.

Pence, the third Hanover graduate to serve as Indiana’s governor, was presented with the College’s Alumni Achievement Award in 2005. He returned to campus in 2008 to receive an honorary doctorate of laws and deliver the commencement address.

A history major and Dean’s List student while at Hanover, Pence served terms as president of United Campus Ministries Board, Vespers and Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) fraternity. He was a member of Hanover Christian Fellowship and The Triangle staff (student newspaper). He also delivered the senior class address during his graduation.

Fall 2016 dean's list announced

The following Hanover College students have earned dean's list honors for the fall term 2016. In order to qualify for the dean's list, a student must attain a 3.5 grade-point average (on a four-point scale).

Class of 2017
NameMajor
Kojo AcheampongChemistry & Mathematics
Shelby AdamsKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Naren AgarwalEconomics
Sima AltalEconomics
Chris AmstutzEconomics
Adam AnthonyChemistry
Esther ArthurGeology
Jenna AuberHistory
Flavia BarbosaCultural Anthropology
Caroline BeckEnglish
Brian BensonCommunication
Carly BentzKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Huestina BistaBiochemistry
Slaton BlickmanPhilosophy & Computer Science
Madeline BoganPolitical Science & Philosophy
Marguerite BoonePsychology
Henry BootsKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Mattie BordersPsychology
Michael BraunKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Haley BrownPolitical Science
Kinsey BrownCommunication
Miriam CahillElementary Education & Spanish
Abigail CarringtonPolitical Science
Cameron ChildersEnvironmental Science: Geochemistry
Alex CombsKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Madison ConwayCultural Anthropology
Michaela CorbinBiology
Anna CornacchioneElementary Education
Ileana CorreaSpanish
Xavier CraftComputer Science
Riki CroweEnglish
Taylor DavisBiology
Mackenzie DeanPolitical Science
Bekah DickmanderBiochemistry
Rebecca DukeSpanish & International Studies
Ashley EdenGender Studies
Valdemar EngelEconomics
Brittany FerrellPsychology
Maili Mia GasakureBiochemistry
Sarah GawronskaPsychology
Kelly GehlbachKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Jace GentilCommunication
Brooke GlahnBiochemistry
Lucile HamonInternational Studies
Celeste HarrisKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Shelby HartBiology
Mackenzie HarveyBiology
Kylie HawksKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Olivia HewittKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Jimmy HoganHistory
Sydney HornsbyEnglish
Savannah HubbardKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Reagan HuntElementary Education & Spanish
Samantha IsaacsEnglish
Diane JacksonCommunication
Maggie KleimanComputer Science
Jessie LambSpanish & Communication
Kirby LantzHealth and Movement Studies
Gaby LeithChemistry
Paige LennartzSociology
Taylor LileEconomics
Courtney MarklandPsychology
Ryan MartinGeology
Samantha McCainArt History
Molly McCurdyCommunication
Mal McElroyFrench
Teddi McLainChemistry
Tessa McShaneTheatre
Alex McSweeneySociology
Celia MenkeChemistry
Emily MillerEconomics
Evan MillerComputer Science
Isabella MillerSociology
Molly MillerEnglish
Noah MillerPolitical Science
Callie MonceSociology
Kyle MundonHistory
Taylor NapierKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Mallory NobleFrench
Eric O'RiskyGeology
Deborah OdihiEconomics & Biochemistry
Marian OrozcoBiochemistry
Lensi ParhamBiology
Emily PerryEnglish
Chris PetersenPolitical Science
Sydney PittsBiology
Brennan PoolHistory
Marie-Ann PrahBiochemistry
Alyssa RetskePolitical Science
Megan RicheyEconomics
Gabby RitcheyKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Olivia RobinettKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Kaitlin SandersMusic
Neneh SandersArt History
Naoki SawahashiMathematics & Computer Science
Melissa SchenkelChemistry
Cassie SchoborgChemistry
Max SchroederEconomics
Kori SiebertKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Jack SimonPolitical Science
Elaine SimpsonBiochemistry
Brad SimsBiology
Hannah SloverGeology
Haley SpaldingCommunication
Mackenzie SpicerBiology
Layne TaylorEconomics
Trent TaylorPolitical Science
Allison TerpeningBiochemistry
Gabbi ThatcherEnglish
Kate TierneyPsychology
Cami TrachtmanPolitical Science
Hoang VanMathematics & computer Science
Elizabeth WagnerBiology
Kelsey WattersonPsychology
Alex WeedenSpanish & Environmental Science: Geology
Morgan WernerElementary Education & Spanish
Ben WheelerKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Ana ZapataBiochemistry
Class of 2018
NameMajor
Christopher AllenGeology
Daliah AltalPsychology
Karen Annese GrangerBiology
Carson BaileyCommunication
Madison BarkerBiology
Zach BarnesEconomics
Gianna BennettCultural Anthropology
Kelsey BrandvikCommunication
Will BridgemanBiochemistry
Audrey BrockmanBiology
Allie BrooksElementary Education
Taylor BrowningChemistry
Courtney BuchananKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Julia BursovaBiochemistry
Cassidy CoatesCommunication
Valarie ColesPsychology
Dean CollierMathematics
Thomas DoeringSpanish
Madeline ElkinHuman and Community Development
Austin ElrodCommunication
Joselyn Evans-BautistaElementary Education
Leah FaberPsychology
Alana FeeleyChemistry
Mallory FogusPsychology
Josh FordGeology
Bailey GareyElementary Education
Jennifer GillySociology
Tommaso GirelliPsychology and Philosophy
Jade GoochEconomics
Griffin GreenKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Madison GrimesElementary Education
Hunter Guthrie
Mikhaila HamiltonEconomics & Mathematics
Sakib HaqueComputer Science
Scarlett HartlageCommunication
Michael Hedges
Nate HeinCommunication
Lex HelmsEnvironmental Science: Biology
Alma HerovicSpanish
Bennett HoodComputer Science
Cara HoskinsCommunication
Anna KempleEnglish & Theatre
Alex KitchelBiology
Joe KorjenekMathematics
Chase LightfootKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Tynisha LittleKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Brett LowenHistory
Kaity MabieBiology
Ryan MagruderEconomics
Jordan McHenryElementary Education
Wesley McKinneyEconomics
Caroline MillerKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Darien MillerNeuroscience
Falyn MoncriefHistory & Theological Studies
Allison NashCommunication
Tara NastoffBiology
Elizabeth NellisBiology & Psychology
Asumi ObaEconomics & Art History
Carlo PainiBiology
Joshua ParkerEnglish
Cameron PhillipsComputer Science
Cassie PhillipsBiology
Mikala PoeKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Alexander ProctorBiology
Joe RectorBiology
Mickey ReevesBiochemistry
Matteo RigoniEconomics
Abby RinckChemistry & Music
Baylee RoachHistory
Abigail SchadBiology
Jessica SchoneggBiology
Abbey SchulzSocial Justice and Inequality
Abby ShroyerBiology & Environmental Science: Geology
Stephanie SimpsonArt
Alex SmallwoodSpanish
MaCayla SmallwoodElementary Education
Peyton SpaughElementary Education
Shane SpicerPolitical Science
Sadie StrakowskiBiology
Andrew StrongKinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Joe TitusBiology
Immanuel UmorenInternational Studies
Keaton VeldkampBiology
Alisha WestHistory
Bryn WigneyCultural Anthropology & Spanish
Natalie WilliamsonHistory
Katie WorkmanMathematics
Jose ZapataEconomics
Stephanie ZiebellEnglish
Class of 2019
NameMajor
Holly Alter
Leah Bontreger
Bridgette BuchananChemistry
Bric Butler
Allison Campbell
Devon Campbell
Kenzie Corbin
Claire Cromer
Abby Daley
Claire Dennis
Geneva Dischinger-Smedes
Elizabeth DonawaySpanish
Michael DumaineEconomics & Spanish
Joshua Edwards
Cassidy Evanson
Haley FosterSpanish
Zach GabbertFrench & Cultural Anthropology
Sydney GanotePsychology
Jonathan Gerth
Payton Gilson
Jordan Hartman
Jacob HedrickComputer Science
Jacqueline Hensley
Bree Johnson
Emma JonesEnglish
Haleigh Kelly
Kelsey Kemp
Adeli Kinne
Katie Koopman
Tyler Kordesich
Margo Main
Karlie MillerChemistry
Isabelle Mitchell
Hannah MundtMathematics & Computer Science
Kylie Nienaber
Jacob Odulio
Oforitsete OgorInternational Studies
Martha Ortega Zepeda
Lauryn Payne
Sam Pease
Dakota PhillipsTheatre
Olivia Ramsey
Jessica Rieskamp
Dalisha Rivera-RodriguezMathematics & Computer Science
Carlie RoarkEconomics
Gabe Rohleder
Allison Smith
Sonia Stanciu
Claire Stockwell
Samuel StrykerBiology
Cierra ThomasBiology
Erin Trimpe
Will Werner-Wilson
Class of 2020
Name
Ariel Allen
Rachael Barnhorst
Torri Boldery
Brandi Brock
Russell Brown
Hannah Buckner
Zoe Burrow
Waverly Carmichael
Gage Collins
Kaitlyn Comstock
Adriana Conway
Ally Davis
Liz Dobbins
Kaitlin Dunn
Shelby Edington
Teylor Ellis
Alex Fabert
Megan Finn
Austin Gates
Kaleb Grabert
Asha Green
Alec Greenwell
Amy Hackbarth
Marley Haltom
Jonathan Helmers
Courtney Hoke
Chance Horrell
Abby Howes
Kenna Hunter
Lukas Johns
Cambria Jones
Cami Jones
David Jung
Holly Kallmeyer
Lizzy Katzenberger
Andrew Knecht
Julia Long
Alex Ludwig
Annie Marsh
Lizzie Matchett
Ross McDonough
Skylar McMahon
Isabel Menezes
Ciara Mergler
Taylor Merrill
Caroline Millard
Ethan Monnin
Bradley Murray
Robert Myers
Madeline Parker
Kelly Poston
Rees Powell
Sarah Price
Logan Ratts
Allison Reardon
Olivia Riley
Diana Roederer
Sara Rutkowski
Jake Sipes-Salter
Dara Smith
Kendall Smith
Madie Snyder
Maddie Stratton
Brooke Todd
Madison VanWinkle
John Williams
Dylan Wirick
Abbey Woodard
Eric Woodruff