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Celebrating the Class of 2014

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The Class of 2014 is filled with innovators, dreamers, scholars, performers, and people who make a difference. Click the links below to read their inspiring stories.

Antonio "Tony" Aguilar
Don't be surprised when you see Antonio "Tony" Aguilar's name on a ballot in 10 years.

Jorge Cecilio
Jorgeo Cecilio traded in a life crunching numbers for a life teaching numbers.

Betty and Tim Crocker
This husband and wife duo balanced attending the School of Business with work and being parents to four children.

Priscilla Deloera
Priscilla Deloera didn't let a layoff destroy her dream of working with college students.

Joseph DiMartino
Joseph DiMartino knows the importance of higher education, and fought so other students can receive Cal Grants.

Sakari Dixon
Sakari Dixon's talent for playing the violin and viola will take her far as she begins a composing career.

Kyle Hnedak
Kyle Hnedak picked up a guitar in high school, and hasn't stopped playing since.

International Students
These five men from India began the year strangers, and ended it as friends.

Hannah Lim
Hannah Lim discovered a new passion at the School of Music.

Patrick Manyika
It's been an adventure for Patrick Manyika, as he traveled from Rwanda to Redlands.

Casey McGrath
Casey McGrath accomplished more during his four years at Redlands than most do in a lifetime.

Brittany Oster
The epitome of a student-athlete, Brittany Oster scored stellar grades as she led the basketball team to victory.

Mounika Parimi
Mounika Parimi had life-changing experiences while studying abroad in Salzburg. 

Talia Poidmore
Working with children has made a lasting impact on Talia Poidmore.

Sophie Tait
Sophie Tait's love for playing the piano is being passed on to her young students.

To make a gift in honor of the Class of 2014 or any of our other outstanding students, please visit the Giving page.


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