Class of 1972 Scholars

We are pleased to announce our Scholar Selection Committee's choices for the four Class of 1972 Scholars. 

The Class of 1972 Scholar Selection Committee is comprised of the following members: Fritz Cammerzell, Bill deGolian, Kip Forbes, Marty Franks, Dotty Jannarone Kemper, Bob Murley, Priscilla Wohlfurth Stumm; Bob Wright, ex officio;  and Ron Brown (Scholarship Chair).

In 2007 our Executive Committee expanded the Class of '72 Scholars to one in each undergraduate class. We ask the Financial Aid Office to nominate students using the following criteria: academic 1s; participant in a major sport; alternating men and women (i.e., female 2013; male 2014; female 2015; male 2016); geographic diversity; racial/ethnic diversity; and if possible, first member of a family to attend college. This last is always hard, since Financial Aid usually doesn't know.

 

Our New '72 Scholar

Caitlin Bish ’23
Lancaster, New York

Study/Career Plans: I am currently undecided on a major, but my interests range all the way from medicine and biology to politics and economics.
Other Information/Scholarship Interests:
In high school, I was a four-year starter for the varsity basketball and varsity softball teams, earning the title of captain for both teams. Through my training and involvement in these sports, I developed a passion for personal improvement through fitness and a curiosity to learn more about the anatomy of the human body. I was also involved in student senate, serving as president of the Class of 2019 for all four years. As class president, I gained valuable leadership skills and had the opportunity to collaborate with school officials concerning important issues with the school. I was also a member of the National Honor Society and Campus Ministry, where I served as an altar server for school liturgies. Having attended a Catholic elementary and high school that emphasized the value of community service, I developed a love for helping those less fortunate than myself. In my free time, I enjoy listening to music and playing the piano, guitar, and ukulele.

Continuing as '72 Scholars

ANDREW PAUL LIGUANEA, Jamaica. He is enrolled in Campion College. His plans for Princeton includevarsity water polo. His High School Honors and Activities include 9 Distinctions in Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate; 5 Distinctions in Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam; Student Council Representative; Honors in Mathematics; Aquatics Club - president; Jamaica National Water Polo Youth Team; Big Brother/Big Sister Programme; Drama Club; Key Club; actor in live action Lion King play; gold medalist in Jamaica Cultural Development Commission Speech festival; volunteer teacher at Jamaica Intensive Reading Clinic; actor in Television Jamaica film Romeo and Juliet

He plans to go into engineering

KYLA SEARS '21 from Skaneateles, NY has received numerous academic, athletic awards. She is on the Varsity Lacrosse team after being named an Academic All American in high school. You can read more about Kyla here. Kyla has sent the Class a letter updating us on her activities and plans. You can read it here. Kyla was recently named to the Lacrosse All America team.

ANDREW GRIFFIN '20 is a computer science major with outstanding academic background complemented by participation on the Varsity Football team. You can read more about Andrew here.

EVAN ELIG ' 20 continues as a class scholar.Evan is from La Jolla, Ca where he graduated from Bishops School. He received numerous awards and honors in Swimming and Water Polo in high school and is a currently a member of the Varsity Water Polo team. He plans to progress toward a career in business and finance. You can read about Evan's accomplishments in Water Polo here. Evan sent the Class a very nice note which can be viewed here.


A complete roster of Class of 1972 scholars can be found here.