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Spring 2013 Admits

Wesley Creaden

Wesley Creaden

Overland Park, KS
Major: Finance and Management

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Trumpet player in the KU band.

Amy Goodpasture

Stilwell, KS
Major: Finance

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Loves math.

 

Drew Harger

McPherson, KS
Major: Accounting and Finance

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4th generation Jayhawk.
 

Monica Johnson

Monica Johnson

Overland Park, KS
Major: Business Administration, minor in Public Administration

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Loves volunteering.

Grant Martens

Grant Martens

Salina, KS
Major: Accounting

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State Champion newspaper sports writer.

Hal McCoy

Wichita, KS
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Member of the KU Music Mentors.

William Putzier

Salina, KS
Major: Finance and East Asian Languages & Cultures

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Learning Mandrin

Kevin Simpson

Mission Hills, KS
Major: Accounting and Finance

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Was in Miami for the Orange Bowl.

Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith

Overland Park, KS
Major: Accounting and Finance

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Appendix burst in Mexico in 7th grade.

 

Victor Zaharopoulous

Shawnee, KS
Major: Finance

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Studying abroad in Beijing, China during Spring 2013.

 


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