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28 West Campus students cross the stage

Twenty-eight graduates received their D.C. degrees during the West Campus commencement on Nov. 30 in the theater of the Santa Clara Convention Center. Sandy Bell and Kaela Hwang were valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. In addition to Bell and Hwang, the other magna cum laude graduate included Adam Hendy. Tanya Dobrzanski, Conan Fisher, David Sisopha, Helen Tong and David Yawger graduated with cum laude honors.

Clinical Excellence awards were presented to Sna Lim for the Tasman Clinic and Robinson Le for the former Benton Clinic. Tony Kearns received the Student Fellow Award. Kaela Hwang received the Virgil V. Strang Award. Dobrzanski, Phillip Kotzan and Rachel Yan received awards for their years of service as Campus Guides. Dobrzanksi and John White received special awards for serving as executive officers of the Associated Student Government.

Hendy, Cory Hewko and Kearns received awards for serving as executive officers of the Sports Council. Dr. Kelli Pearson, a 1982 West Campus alumna who was one of the first three chiropractors in the U.S. to earn an HMO appointment and have staff privileges at Group Health Cooperative, presented the commencement address.

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