Purdue Graduation | Division III Virtual Graduation Ceremony | Spring 2020

MITCH DANIELS: Today we're
gathered in formal convocation to celebrate the
240th Commencement exercises at Purdue University. Please rise and join in
singing our national anthem. And then remain standing for
the invocation offered today by Father Patrick Baikauskas,
Pastor and Director of Campus Ministry, St. Thomas Aquinas. [MUSIC – "THE STAR SPANGLED
BANNER"] (SINGING) — O say can you
see, by the dawn's early light, what So proudly we hailed at the
twilight's last gleaming, whose broad stripes and bright stars
through the perilous fight, o'er the ramparts we watched,
were so gallantly streaming? And the rocket's red glare,
the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through the night
that our flag was still there; O say does that star-spangled
banner yet wave o'er the land of the free and
the home of the brave? [APPLAUSE] PATRICK BAIKAUSKAS:
There was a woman who died not so very long
ago who has inspired millions of people by her life's example
and her encouragement for all of us to be attentive
to a higher, more purposeful calling.

In the places where
Mother Teresa of Calcutta lived and worked, she
would have these words placed on the walls. And as you go forth
today from Purdue, may this reflection she had
in front of her every day inspire you as well. "People are often unreasonable,
illogical, and self-centered. Forgive them anyway. If you are kind,
people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Be kind anyway. If you are successful, you
will win some false friends and some true enemies. Succeed anyway. If you are honest and
frank, people may cheat you. Be honest and frank anyway. What you spend years
building, someone could destroy overnight. Build anyway. If you find serenity and
happiness, they may be jealous.

Be happy anyway. The good you do today,
people will often forget. Do good anyway. Give the world
the best you have, and it may never be enough. Give the world the
best you've got anyway. You see, in the final analysis,
it is between you and your god. It was never between
you and them anyway." [APPLAUSE] (SINGING) Amen. (SINGING) This is the moment. This is the day. This is the moment when
I know I'm on my way. Every endeavor I
have made ever is coming into play, is
here and now today.

This is the moment. This is the time, when the
momentum and the moment are in rhyme. Give me this moment,
this momentous moment. I'll gather up my past and
make some sense at last. This is the moment,
my final test. Destiny beckons. I never reckoned second best. This is the day. Just see it shine when all
I live for becomes mine. This is the moment. Damn all the odds. This day, or never, I sit
forever with the gods. When I look back, I will recall. Moment for moment, this was
the moment, the greatest moment of them all. The greatest moment,
moment of them all. [APPLAUSE] MITCH DANIELS: I
never expected this, to be addressing you with me in
an empty hall and you far away. Wherever you're watching
this virtual ceremony, I hope you're
surrounded by people you love, people
who helped you reach this moment of achievement. As is my practice, I wrote
a commencement speech over last Christmas at a
time when Covid-19 had only recently gotten its name.

I chose a theme without
any clue what was coming. In a different
year, I might have felt obliged to start over. But as things have unfolded,
the events of recent months have in some ways made my chosen
topic seem at least as relevant as the day I wrote it. So here goes. Welcome, graduates and friends,
to this day of celebration. Those of you in
the caps and gowns are gathered to celebrate
the great accomplishment that is a degree from
Purdue University. Meanwhile, your parents
are, I know, quietly celebrating the clearing
of the final tuition check. Congratulations to you all. Purdue celebrated its
own landmark this year, our 150th anniversary. Since it coincided with the 50th
anniversary of the moon landing by our most famous alum,
Neil Armstrong stories were abundant.

My favorite claims that later
in life Commander Armstrong took to telling corny,
lame jokes about the moon. And when nobody
laughed, he'd say, well, I guess you had to be there. A year or so ago, a
major national journalist visited our campus
and later wrote a gracious, complimentary
article about what he saw here. While I enjoyed his
accounts of the progress and successful results he
thought he'd witnessed, my favorite part of the column
was a single phrase, basically a throwaway line. He described Purdue
as "a happy place." That got me wondering how many
college campuses these days would strike a visitor
quite that way. I hope it's been that
kind of place for you. We know you've worked
hard and fought through a lot of pressure. You'll probably remember that. Just wait for those
scary dreams where you haven't studied for the test
or can't find the exam room. But I hope that among your
memories of these years, "I was happy there" is
prominent among them.

I've reflected on that more and
more during your last couple years with us. Your parents love you
and are proud of you. But from time to time, they
also must worry about you. That's what we parents do. I hope it's OK if I worry about
you and your futures a little also. I've sometimes used
these commencements to fret out loud
about trends that trouble me in that big wide
world you're about to enter.

In recent years, I've
spoken about the tribalism that now divides Americans. I've talked about
the seeming shortage of emotional resilience and
grit in your peer group. Twice I've found
myself urging graduates to guard against the
so-called "big sort," the tendency for young
people of your quality and educational attainment to
cluster together professionally and socially and to
drift apart from those of different backgrounds. But one thing I never
expected to worry about but now do a little
is you being lonely. I have known you and
met thousands of you personally in an environment
that, despite our size, does a pretty good job of
getting people together, creating bonds among them– a thousand clubs, dozens of
faith-based organizations, our Greek system, and– maybe our best examples
of true communities– our co-op residential houses,
where students not only live but cook, clean,
and do repairs together, and most recently the
learning communities where thousands of Boilermakers
live in mutual support with others who are studying
the same subject matter.

But elsewhere the academic
journals and lay periodicals are now filled with
research about the, quote, "epidemic of loneliness,"
quote, in our society. Surveys report record
numbers of Americans living alone and suffering from
strong feelings of isolation. Many view it as a
new public health crisis linked to rising
rates of depression, anxiety, even suicide. A lack of strong
social relationships has been found to raise
the risk of premature death by as much as 50%. It's as bad for you as
smoking 15 cigarettes a day.

It's not just an
American phenomenon. The government of
Britain has appointed a Minister for Loneliness. And all this was before
anyone heard of Covid-19. Most startling and
alarming are studies finding that the
worst loneliness today is not among adults or the
elderly but in your age group. Astonishing percentages
of today's young people say they have few, if
any, close friends. Dating and other traditional
forms of youthful interaction have declined sharply. The University of
Southern California recently named a
Director of Belonging. And while the title
may be unique, I'm sure the idea is not. We humans are social creatures
or, as sometimes said, relational beings. The ability to communicate,
interact, and collaborate is what defines us and
what assured our evolution as the dominant civilizing
species on this planet. We thrive on
contact with others. We suffer severely
from its absence.

The worst punishment we
impose on a heinous criminal is solitary confinement. Much of our literature
and religious tradition thinks of hell as a state of
total permanent aloneness. So an outbreak of loneliness
is worth worrying about, especially where those
with the longest to live are a big part of it. In the case of your
elders, sociologists can identify some
obvious causes.

Plummeting birth
rates play a role. Having fewer children
and fewer siblings limits the opportunity
for caring contact. In a short two
decades, the percentage of retirement-age
citizens living within 10 miles
of their children, in the same neighborhood
with any relative, or having a good
friend living nearby dropped by double digits. It's easy to see how that
leads to greater loneliness. But particularly in the
case of your age cohort, there is no doubt that the
sudden eruption and dominance of what we call social media– I often think "anti-social
media" would be a better term– has played a huge role. Some scholars put
all the blame there. One major article was
titled, "Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?" It wasn't supposed
to be this way. The original promise of all
the Facebooks and Twitters was that they would connect
us in wonderful new ways. But connection
over a text message or what is often a
glamorized presentation of one's daily life just isn't
the same as in-person contact.

In fact, it often turns out to
separate and alienate its users more than it brings
them together. I remain concerned that, as
members of the new knowledge aristocracy, absent a little
special effort you will rarely make friends different
from yourselves. Now studying the growing
evidence about isolation, I'm concerned that you, the
first age group raised entirely in the iPhone-era, won't
make many friends at all. In my own college days,
a briefly famous Harvard professor offered probably
the worst advice ever given to a younger generation.

Encouraging both drug use and
a non-productive lifestyle, Dr. Timothy Leary
suggested, quote, "Turn on, tune in, drop out." Lately, I've been
thinking the best advice one could give you– tomorrow's leaders– might
be the exact opposite. Turn off, tune out, drop
in, as in turn off the phone more often, tune out
the video screen, drop in personally on
friends, old and new. For most of human
history, personal contact was hard to avoid. Suddenly, our digital age can
mean it requires extra effort. Confession being
good for the soul, it's only right that
I make one here. I am not a good role model for
the advice I'm foisting on you.

I have not devoted
the time I should have to deepen acquaintances
into true friendships or to stay in closer touch with
the old friends I do have. I've let the call of
work get in the way. I've told myself that jobs
of broad responsibility mean that one can't get
too close to co-workers and colleagues. I've procrastinated
and rationalized and skipped too many chances
to spend meaningful time with people I admire
and even love. I regret it, and I'm
the worse for it. You can do better. The same research
that is documenting the loneliness
epidemic reveals ways to immunize oneself against it. Geographic rootedness
makes a difference. People who live in the same
community for extended periods are far less likely
to be lonely. The great CS Lewis
wrote, "Friendship is the greatest of worldly
goods, the chief happiness of life. If I had to give
a piece of advice to a young person
about where to live, I would say, sacrifice
almost everything to live near your friends." Having a religious affiliation
also correlates strongly with feelings of connectedness.

And nothing statistically
reduces the chance of loneliness more
than marriage, especially marriage
with children. It's a sermon for
another Sunday, but I do hope most
of you will not miss the joy and the lifelong
education of raising children. I promise it's life's greatest
reward and the best graduate school you'll ever attend. I heard about one wise
guy commencement speaker who instructed his
audience, remember in life it's not who you know.

It's whom. I've thought of
that as just a joke. But in our new situation, it
takes on a more serious tone. A lot of your
success and happiness will depend on whom
you know and know well. The author Gore Vidal
once said, "We never know when we are happy,
only when we were." I hope in your case that
proves way too cynical, that there'll be
countless moments when you are truly happy and know it. But I also hope that when you
reflect back on times when you were happy, your
days at this university will rank high among them. And when people ask
you, what was it about Purdue that made it
such a great place for you, you can just answer, well,
I guess you had to be there. I know great achievements
lie ahead for you. My wish for you is that
so do great friendships. Hail Purdue and each of you. [APPLAUSE] [MUSIC – "AMERICA THE
BEAUTIFUL"] Exercising the authority of the
trustees of Purdue University, legally vested by the people
of the state of Indiana, and upon the recommendation
of the Purdue faculty, I now confer upon you,
who have fulfilled the highest requirements
of this university.

I now ask our
orators to read aloud the names of all
students receiving Doctors of Audiology diplomas. Graduates, I invite you to
have your special designee place your hood and present
your diploma to you now. Be sure to capture a photo
of this to share with us. SPEAKER 1: Rachel Ackerman. Chloe E. Haygood. Madeline M. Kaiser. Meredith S. Klinker. Alexandra R. Mai. Molly C. Mochel. Hayley R. Morris. Connor J. Slavich. Elizabeth A. Thompson. Stephanie C. Trippel. MITCH DANIELS: I
now ask our orators to read aloud the names
of all students receiving Doctors of Veterinary
Medicine diplomas. Graduates, I invite you to
have your special designee place your hood and present
your diploma to you now. Be sure to capture a photo
of this to share with us. SPEAKER 1: Alexis N. Arenal. Colleen A. Bailey. Catherine M. Bauer. Taylor N. Blachek. Sarah R. Bohac. Eric J. Boone. Lisa R. Bowes. Thane T. Boyce. Andrea M. Bruggeman. Kayla M. Bulava. Sara E. Canada. Cassandra L. Ceckowski. Emily A. Christiansen. Hannah M. Clinton. Mallory C. Clouse. Brittany A. Crenshaw. Kristi M. Crow. Jonathan M. Daniel. Joseph W. Devereaux. Brooke Dodge. Katie J. Elkins. Carolyn M. Ellis. Destiny L.

Evans. Hailey M. Everett. Katherine L. Fischbach. Katrina Frerichs. Trey A. Gellert. Katelyn L. Gnegy. Andrea J. Grasso. Carly N. Gundlach. Andrea R. Hall. Annadele R. Harris. Ashley M. Hopkins. Fayella L. Horne. Danielle L. Keating. Michelle E. Kelley. Ryan J. Kelly. Katherine L. Kelsey. Amanda M. Kemper. Megan C. Knauer. Allison L. Kowlowitz. Carrie M. Lasala. Stephanie S. Lewis. Alyssa R.

Like. Jessica E. Linder. Sofia Lopez Valle. Danielle R. Lower. Anna M. Marshall. John M. Mcafee. Walter-John Mcgowan Howard. Danielle N. Miller. Ezequiel Montanez. Stephanie L. Morgenstern. Julie R. Mosher. Lauren L. Muskat. Nicholas M. Newsome. Jenny N. Nguyen. Erin T. Orear. Shery S. Park. Diana C. Pita. Zachary C. Ready. Nathan C. Ritzler. Sara Rohrabaugh. Kylan M. Roman. Anna D. Sacco. April L. Schattner. Casey L. Schuelke. Nora J. Sloan. Caitlin H. Smith. Christina J. Smith. Levi H. Smith. Samantha L. Swartzentruber. MEgan Swasey. Kristen E. Thomas. Brent A. Unruh. Brooke A. Unruh. Chad M. Vankoot. Jessica L. White. Jesse M. Whitfield. William M. Willis. MITCH DANIELS:
Exercising the authority of the trustees of
Purdue University, legally vested by the people
of the state of Indiana, And on the recommendation
of the Purdue faculty, I now confer upon
each of you who have fulfilled the
stated requirements the appropriate
baccalaureate degree and associate degree
with all the rights.

Privileges, duties,
and responsibilities of that degree. As evidence of your
achievement, you will now receive an
appropriately inscribed diploma. I now ask the
orators to read aloud the names of all students
who are earning baccalaureate and associate degrees. Graduates, I invite you to have
your special designee present your diploma to you now. Be sure to capture a photo
of this to share with us. SPEAKER 2: The
College of Education. Dylan Abell. Rachel Adams. Joseline Aguilar.

Kelsie Arnold. Ashley Auxier. Kristen Bales. Elizabeth Barrett. Jessie Blackwell. Laney Blackwell. Caroline Boyer. Kenzie Brown. Madeline Brown. Kristen Burger. Madison Busch. Nicole Carman. Emily Cernick. Katia Clymer. Hannah Cochran. Margarita Costas. Cassidy Cox. Gabriella Crouse. Haleigh Darnell. Rebecca Deckinger. Katelyn DeMarco. Mary Driscoll. Laura Duke. Erica Enyart. Nichole Fieser. Sarah Fisher. Margaret Foster. Olivia Frye. Grayson Gardner. Madeline Gavin. Mary Ghyselinck. Haley Gross. Benjamen Gudas. Tiffany Harston. Emily Hamady. Matthew Harrison. Sophia Hebble. Kristin Heick. Brooke Helms. Margaret Hettiger. Jesse Howard. Hailey Howe. Jean Hu. Gabrielle Hubbard. Michelle Hunkeler. Jacob hunt. Costa James. Katherine Jimenez. Taylor Jones. Julia Katz. Whitley Kedanis. Caroline Kelley. Kelli Ketcherside. Julie Kim. Stephen Kirk. Christopher Knipp. Jessica Kroll. Kylee Lantz. Jordan Lindquist. Sophia Longest. Mya Lorenz. Madison Lukens. Olivia Lyman. Haley Makowski. Jeremy Mankins. Jason Maynard. Maura McBride. April Mckinney. Alexis Miller. Jeep Morehouse. Elena Mount.

Mary Neel. Grant Newcomb. Joffrey Niessen. Miranda Oatey. Connor O'Day. Brianna Panici. Benjamin Porter. Abigayle Price. Kylie Pugh. Brittany Raab. Denni Riley. Paige Roadruck. Madeline Roberts. Madilyn Rogers. Tori Rosa. Amanda Russo. Ashlie Sass. John Scheib. Sarah Schroeder. Jared Shanley. Taylor Shull. Madison Singer. Kennedy Smith. Andreana Spohn. Stephanie Stack. Rosalie Stanley. Brenna Stanton. Chenyi Su. Celeste Sweet. Lauren Swenson. Elizabeth Tames. Joslyn Underhill. Madeline Van Meter. Jasmine Waters. Elissa WAtson. Kaylee Wiater. Anne Wilson. Ashley Yates. Elliott Zingg. SPEAKER 1: College of
Health and Human Sciences. Kayla Abramowski. Walter Ackerman. Alexandra Adams. Brendan Adams. Julia Adduce. Patricia Aguilar. Prathima Akella. Brian Aker. Jesus Aldape Flores. Seema Al-Hiraki. Mark Alicea. Amanda Allen. Benjamin Allman. Ashley Allred. Riley Almendinger. Pedro Alvarado. Juan Alvarez. Shianne Alwine. Selena Amador.

Amber Amor. Reilly Anderson. Hunter Andrews. Vena Andychristi, Nina Angus. Flynn Archer. Megan Armstrong. MacKenzie Artim. Doris Askharia. Andrea Aurelio. Daniella Ayala. Taylor Ayer. Katherine Bagosy. Lu Bai. Kara Bailey. Sara Bailey. Brenda Balcazer. Emma Balensiefer. Ruben Banerjee. Logan Barber. Megan Barnes. Emma Bassler. Sydney Bates. Joshua Bauer. Jennifer Baumer. Patricia Baumgartner. Lucy Bays. Madeleine Bazarek. Kayla Bechman. Margaret Becker. Parker Beckman. Alexis Becraft. Sofia Beitia. Janae Bell. Lauren Bellamy. Jasmine Ben-Abdallah. Olivia Benjoya. Ashlynn Bennett. Olivia Benter. Kelsi Berry. Madison Berumen. Sofia Besser. Cassidy Bestard. Karan Bhatia. Alexandria Camille Bien.

ARchita Birla. Jennifer Birschbach. Carter Bisel. Rachel Bish. Amy Bitzer. Noah Bogard. Gabrielle Bonanno. Morgan Boncyk. Angela Bond. Zachary Boocher. Jennifer Booher. Taylor Bourke. Nicholas Bower. Coy Bowman. Hannah Bowman. Madeleine Boyle. Andrew Bradburn. Taylor Bragdon. Emily Brattain. Gabrielle Breitenbach. Chloe Brengman. Hannah Brennan. Alexa Brenneman. Madison Bright. Jordan Brindle. Talia Broekers. Daniel Broerman. Rachel Brumfield. Mitchell Bruner. Meghan Bruns. Jennine Bryan. Kaitlyn Buelow. Skyler Buhring. Hannah Bullion. Rebecca Burgett. Jostlyn Burke. Clare Burkert. Stephen Burns. Simone Bush. Kaley Butler. Samantha Buvala. Hannah Byrn. Shelby Caldwell. Caitlin Calkins. Nathan Campbell. Christina Cao. Aaron Carlson. Zoe Carlson-Stadler. Allison Paige Carpenter. Theresa Carpenter. Wesleigh Carroll. Alana Carta. Quinishia Carter. Caitlin Casapao. Courtney Casbon.

Preston Casper. Allison Cattin. Peter Celeste. Kailey Cerefin. Makayla Ceresa. Mateo Chance. Vanessa Chang. Bryce Chase. Amel Chekili. Lehar Chellani. Edward Chen. Longhui Chen. Yingying Chen. Corby Chiszar. Sun Kyung Choi. Jacob Christensen. Brooke Christian. Yuhan Chua. Carley Circle. Rebecca Claassen. Delaney Clark. Molly Clark. Olivia Clark. Samuel Clark. Anyia Clayton. Alyssa Clendenen. Alyson Cline. Annabelle Cobb. Hannah Cohen. Emily Cole. Erini Collaros. Bryanna Collier. Abigale Collins. Abigail Colwell. Melissa Conaway. Christina Conforti. James Conway. Jacqueline Copper. Nicole Cordes. Kaitlyn Costello. Kaitlyn Cox. Deea Coy. Amy Coyne. Rachel Craig. Elizabeth Crail. Marciela Crawford. Taylor Creighton. Cory Crist. Zachary Crocker. Katherine Cromwell. Jordan Crume. Grace Curdes. Holly Curry. Lauren Daggett. Everett Dahlberg. Daniel Dalton. Jenna Dambek. Jennifer Davis. Kevin Davis. Michelle Davis. Andrew Davidson. Summer Day. Erika De Leon. Lucas De Leon. Janelle Dean. John Deane. McKenna Deckard. Dennis DeHaan. Emma DeHart. Nicole DeJong. Leticia Del Real. Alyson Deramo. Diana Derrer. Marlee DeSplinter. Lynssee Devers. Margot Devincenzi. Jessica Devine. Jessica Dewitt. Robert Diciaula. Jenna Diebolt. Reilly Dillon. Nimisha Dixit. Nikole Donmoyer. Caroline Dooley. Myia Dorsey. Malcolm Dotson. Megan Dove. Jordan Dowell. Elaine Doyle. Brooke Drabek. Hannah Dulski. Hannah Dusharm. Chandler Dykstra. Alissa Edwards. Amy Edwards. Mariah Edwards. Haley Ehrhardt.

John Ehrman. Alishia Elliott. Soyol Enkh-Amgalan. Molly Erb. Teresa Ernst. Jordan Etchison. Jacob Evans. Jade Evans. Chynna Fahrholz Bailey Farley. Suroor Fatima. Andrew Fellmeth. Caitlyn Ferguson. John Fesler. Ashlie Fields. Kennedi Fields. Payotn Filson. Mya Findley. Abigail Finn. Chase Fisher. Margaret Fitzpatrick. Jacob Flaspohler. Landon Fleck. Samara Fletcher. Lesley Flores. Megan Forbes. Amanda Fordyce. Andrea Foster. Juan Franco. Angelina Frausto. Ashleigh Frecker. Bryce Freels. Rebecca Freimuth. Ally French. Emma Friar. Bret Frye. Kaitlyn Gabhart. Stacey Gall. Ashlin Gandy. Maria Garcia. Sarah Garrett. Kennedy Garriott. Taylor Garwood. Tessa Garwood. Emily Garza. Rachael Gayton. Adrienne Gengenbach. Connor Gentry. Olivia Gerardot. Alec Gerlach. Cody Gerlach. Uria Gerlach. Jenna Getrost. Breah Gettelfinger. Allison Giannone. Jennifer Giannuzzi. Kate Giglio. Caitlyn Gilbert. Skyler Gillespie. Jenna Giron. Sierra Girton. Bridget Gittemeier. Megan Glaze. Sarah Glaze. Angela Gonzalez-Angeles. Katrina Good. Camille Goodwyn. Alexa Gordon. Tyler Goshert. Stephanie Gossman. Lakwena Greer. Eric Gregor. Trevor Gregory. Emma Greves. Amy Griffey. Jessica Grimmer. Emily Gross. Christine Grosso. Jessica Grote. Sijia Guo. Katy Guzek. Therese Guzik. Lindsey Haehl. Kaitlyn Haff. Michaela Hagler. Miriam halim. Bailey Hall. Maryn Hamilton. Aidan Hannon. Brooke Hardin.

Camille Hardman. Julie Harlow. Mackenzi Harris. Andrea Hartman. Abigail Hayes. Cheyenne Hayes. Siqi He. Lauren Heeger. Teresa Heise. Amanda Helmerich. Thomas Hembree. Sydney Henderson. Lauren Hepler. Claire Herrst. Olivia Hesler. Kathryn Heyden. Heather Heyrman. Yumi Higashiyama. Kai Higgins. Harley Hill. Ryan Hill. Danielle Hochstedler. Alayna Holifield. Lexanne Holland. Kayla Holloway. Elexus Holmes. Ludia Hong. Autumn Hoover. J Horn. Tori Howard. Joseph Howat. Samantha Howell. Pei Chi Hsieh. Nina Hsu. Riley Huber. Shelby Hudelson. Daryl Huff. Emily Hughes. Morgan Hughes. Alexis Humphrey. Brandon Hunter. Lavonne Ikalina. Soukhya Inamdar.

Joseph Insko. Susan Isbister. Sakura Ito. Pratik Iyer. Colette Jackson. Kathryn Jamieson. Sarah Janess. Cole Janssen. Angela Jaszarowski. Anna Jennings. Kaiyue Jiang. Matthew Johnson. Riley Johnson. Caylie Jones. Shannon Jones. Zoe Jones. Madison Jordan. Elizabeth Jorgensen. Christine Jung. Jennifer Justice. Amanda Kaaihue. Sungmin Kahng. Christopher Kaminski. Lainie Kamp. Mikayla Kass. Niharika Kaul. Eileen Keating. Anna Keeperman. Clarissa Kehler. Rita Kendrick. William Kiefer. Eunhyo Kim. Hyun Ho Kim. Soung Hoon Kim. Ye Eun Kim. Caleb Kindley. Hannah King. Nicole Kinman. Kolby Kinzie. Elizabeth Kipple. Ashley Kissel. Anna Kitchen. Nicolette Kittrell. Sara Kiziak. Tatum Knox. Allison Koeppen. Dustin Koesters. Lindsey Kolanowski. Nicole Kollars. McKenzie Kopka. Keiley Kordick. Leealison Korniak. Danielle Kosakowski. Noa Kossmann. Vera Kotelnikova. Alyssa Kourelis. Andrea Kovach. Alexa Kramer. Jody Kramer. Cassian Kruse. Kaytlyn Kyrshak. Ryan Ku. Violet Kuchta. Maya Kumar. Juthamas Kunavongvorakul. Morgan Kutsch. Megan Kwiatkowski. Jacob LaBelle. Amy Lagaveen. Park Lai Lai. Jenna Lamb. Korrissa Lambert. Madison Lambert. Sophia Lane. Natasha Lang. Alexa Laser. Jennifer Lavely. Shannon Leahy. Caitlin Lee. Hannah Lee. Kyoung Jae Lee. Min Ji Lee. Colleen Leehy. Anna Leer. Ellen Lehe. Teresa Lehmann. Nicholas Lenfestey. Delaney Lengacher. Carlie Lepore. Morgan Leslie. Steven Lester.

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