2015 Yearbook Photo Contest Winners

Here are the winning photos from this year's Yearbook Photo Contest. 

There were two Bearcat (first place) winners:  Melanie Jipping (TIUA Professor) and Matt Tom (WU'15).  They will each receive a $50 Compass Card.

There were five Dolphin (second place) winners:  Daniel Babb (Tomodachi Program),  Seika Yagi (ASP student),  two awards to Chiaki Nakamata (ASP student) and Naomi Collette (TIUA Staff).  They will each receive a $25 Compass Card.

There were ten Squirrel (third place) winners:  Melanie Jipping (TIUA Professor), two awards to Miki Yoshikawa (ASP student), Erika Suzuki (ASP student), Moe Fukuda (ASP student), Chiaki Nakamata (ASP student), two awards to Shien Okumura (ASP student), Charisa Henckel (TIUA Professor), and Sarah Shinn (TIUA Staff).  They will each receive a $10 Compass Card.

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Congratulations to all this year's winners!

 

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