Kenneth Hopkins is a business administration major from Little Rock, Ark. A member of the Class of 2010, he is a senior Executive Committee representative, co-chair of the 2010 Fancy Dress Ball, and a resident adviser. As the ranking Executive Committee member of the Class of 2010, he will deliver the Class of 2010 commencement address on May 27, 2010.
Rebecca Beeson is a Spanish and History major with a minor in Poverty Studies from Lynchburg, Va. A member of the Class of 2010, she is co-chair of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and a member of the Nabors Service League and the Student Recruitment Committee.
Catherine Carlock is an English and journalism major from Richmond, Va. A member of the Class of 2010, she is a first-year resident advisor, a peer counselor and on the staff of the Rockbridge Report, W&L's local news broadcast and online print publication.
Kevin Corn is an American history major with a minor in African American studies from Lawrenceville, Ga. A member of the Class of 2010, he is the head resident adviser for first-year students, co-chair of the First-Year Orientation Committee and a member of the varsity men's swim team and General Equality Initiative.
Natalie Bunnell is an art history and Romance languages major from Clarendon Hills, Ill. A member of the Class of 2010, she has studied, worked or traveled in four different countries in her four years at W&L. When in Lexington, she is active in English for Speakers of Other Languages, the Repertory Dance Company, the University-Shenandoah Symphony Orchestra and the Arts League.
Dinah Danforth is a double major in accounting and psychology from Charlottesville, Va. A member of the Class of 2010, she has traveled extensively for work and study during her time at W&L. While on campus, she is active in JubiLee, an all-female a cappella group, Hillel and Kathekon.
Abel Delgado is a politics major with concentrations in environmental studies and Latin American and Caribbean studies from Miami, Fla. A member of the Class of 2010, he is involved in the Multicultural Students Association, the Gentlemen's Initiative, the Brazil Club and the Ring-Tum Phi.
Andrea Hanick is a biochemistry major with a minor in poverty studies from Kennett Square, Pa. A member of the Class of 2010, she is president of Omicron Delta Kappa, the national leadership honor society founded at W&L in 1914. She is also a co-founder of the Rockbridge Alliance for a Healthier Community.
Katie Harris is a business administration major with minors in environmental studies and poverty studies from Richmond, Va. A member of the Class of 2010, she is co-executive director of W&L Student Consulting and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa. She is also on the varsity tennis team and the Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
Meredith Freeman is a business administration and German major from St. Louis, Mo. A member of the Class of 2010, she plays varsity lacrosse and is involved in a number of student organizations, including Aduro, Kathekon and WLUR-FM.
Zaq Lawal is an economics major with a dance minor from Houston, Texas. A member of the Class of 2010, he is a Heinz Scholar, a resident advisor and a founding member of the hip hop dance crew KLAZICS.
Kevin Mannering is a theater and English major from Boston, Mass. A member of the Class of 2010, he is president of Mindbending Productions, and a member of WNL Sketch Comedy, two student theater groups.
Garrott McClintock is an art history major with a minor in environmental studies from Tunica, Miss. A member of the Class of 2010, he is on the varsity lacrosse team, president of the InterFraternity Council and a class agent.
Elliott O'Brien is a politics major with concentrations in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and poverty studies from Te Awamutu, New Zealand. A University Scholar and member of the Class of 2010, he is active on W&L's cycling team, Team Traveller, as well as the Nabors Service League, Phi Kappa Psi, One in Four, and WLUR. He also serves as a resident advisor for first year students and volunteers for Project Horizon.
Michael O'Brien is an English and studio art major with a concentration in photography from Houston, Texas. A member of the Class of 2010, he is a senior justice on the Student Judicial Council, a member of the Contact committee and the Arts League, and a residential advisor for first-year students.
A double major in engineering and economics from Patna, India, Aparajita Singh is active in a number of student organizations including Pan Asian Association for Cultural Exchange, Student Association for International Learning, Student Consulting and Peer Counseling. She plans to pursue a career in investment banking or consulting and eventually, an MBA.
Daniel Thornton is a computer science and music performance major from Dumfries, Va. A member of the Class of 2010, he is a member of the Chamber Singers, pianist at Grace Presbyterian Church in Lexington, and a member of the Reformed University Fellowship and Generals' Christian Fellowship.
Markheavens Tshuma is a business administration and theater major from Keene, Texas. A member of the Class of 2010, he is involved in the University Chorus, the Fancy Dress Ball Committee, The Trident and Chi Psi fraternity.
Kimber Wiggs is an English major from Lakeland, Fla. A member of the Class of 2010, she is the head residence advisor for upperclass divisions, a member of several student choral groups and bands, PR director for the campus radio station and an editor of W&L's yearbook, the Calyx.
Jenna Worsham is an English and theater major from Atlanta, Ga. A member of the Class of 2010, she is on the varsity women's swimming team and is a member of the University Wind Ensemble and Pi Beta Phi sorority.