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Sister M. Ancilla Trippe, OP

Sister Roseanne Curtiss, SSS

Sister Kathryn
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What is your
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CSUEB students
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placeholder June 10, 2013   •   VOL. 51, NO. 11   •   Oakland, CA
CSUEB students make their mark

Three members of the Cal State University East Bay Catholic Club are making their mark on campus.

Katrina Mayol, club secretary, has been elected vice president of internal affairs for the Associated Students Inc. Mayol, a biology major with a focus in physiology, is a third-year student.

Vincent Arcega, club president and member since 2009, was awarded the Outstanding Student Leader Award through the Student Life Program. Arcega, band and choir director for the weekly Mass on campus, is also involved in the club's on-campus Bible Study. The biology major, who plans to become a dentist, will graduate in 2014.

Farel Miankodila, club treasurer, is a graduate student in the Construction Management program. Miankodila is one of only four graduate students on a multidisciplinary team of faculty heading up the demolition project of Warren Hall.

The 13-story building, which is visible from miles around the campus, was condemned for failing to meet California's earthquake codes and has been unoccupied since June 2011. Miankodila will write a thesis on the sustainability aspects of the deconstruction.

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