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Bryce Kilian '16
President
bmkilian16@wabash.edu
Huntingburg, IN
Major: Economics
Minor: History
Pursuing a career in finance or accounting. Enjoys playing golf and swimming.
  Brian Wittman '16
Vice-President
cbwittma16@wabash.edu
Evansville, IN
Major: English
Minor: Biology

James Fritz '16
Treasurer
jrfritz16@wabash.edu
Roselawn, IN
Major: Political Science
Minor: German
Member of German club, Archery club, and Parliamentary Union. Intend to go on to law school, and have interests in cars, music, and the contemplation in the futility of life.
  Steven Peters '16
Social Chair
sapeters16@wabash.edu
Roselawn, IN
Major: Classics
Minor: German
Wants to be a homeless man when he is older, traipsing around the country and the world, getting into all sorts of homeless adventures. When he is old and his hairs is white he will tell his stories to people around his homeless campfire, eventually having his life made into a movie starring Liam Hemsworth.
Adam Wadlington '16
Rush Chair
awwadlin16@wabash.edu
Indianapolis, IN
Major: Physics
Minor: Math
Part of he Wabash Track team and plan on going to Purdue after graduating from Wabash's pre-engineering program.
  Dylan Mayer '17
Corresponding Secretary
dcmayer17@wabash.edu
Evansville,IN
Major: Psychology
Minor: Classics
I was born in Evansville IN, and lived there until I moved here for college. I'm a Psychology major and Classics minor. I enjoy horror movies and long walks on the beach.
Daniel Miller '17
Senate Representative
drmiller17@wabash.edu
Akron, IN
Major: History
Minor: Religion
Involved in paintball club
  Jacob Ferguson '18
Rush Chair
jmfergus18@wabash.edu

Major: Economics

Levi Garrison '18
IFC Rep
lbgarris18@wabash.edu
Frankton, IN
Major: Political Science/Economics
Minor: Studio Art
One day I aspire to sit on Capitol Hill making laws but before then I hope to go to law school. I am involved with Pre-Law Society, APO, and the Bachelor, by which I mean I take photos for fun. I am also the other Philanthropy Chair for Theta Delta Chi, Lucas just does not want to give credit where credit is due. I will leave you with this: “if all pork chops were perfect we wouldn’t have hotdogs,” - Steven Universe.
  Lucas Holstine '18
Philanthropy Chair
ldholsti18@wabash.edu
Plainville, IN
Major: Economics
Minor: Political Science
Future Trillionaire. Blues-rock enthusiest, and lover of cars. Hailing from Middle-of-Nowhere, Indiana. Will be studying for an upcoming Econ exam when the zombie apocalypse hits.
Daniel Kimball '18
IM Chair
dckimbal18@wabash.edu


  Samuel Surgalski '18
Recording Secretary
sjsurgal18@wabash.edu
Traverse City, MI
Major: Religion
Minor: Biology, Chemistry
Hey, all! I'm from Traverse City, Michigan, and I'm here at Wabash on a Lilly Scholarship. I'm involved in Glee Club, the Newman Center, Pre-Med Society, Pre-SOMA, and PHO. I'm the youngest in my family, and I have an older brother who goes to Western Michigan University. I'm planning on heading off to medical school after receiving my bachelor's. ?
Graham Redweik '16
Scholarship Chair
garedwei16@wabash.edu
Twelve Mile, IN
Major: Psychology
Minor: Chemistry
Wabash Track and Field

Seniors
Brent Poling '16
bmpoling16@wabash.edu
Greenfield, IN
Major: Biology
Minor: Classics
Pre-Med Society

Juniors
Beidou Cheng '17
bcheng17@wabash.edu
Nanjing, China
Major: Chemistry

  Taner Kiral '17
tmkiral17@wabash.edu
Bellevue, WA
Major: Mathematics
Minor: Physics
Plans to major in making money or math. Not sure yet.

Sophomores
Collin Graber '18
crgraber18@wabash.edu

Major: Biochemistry
Minor: Undecided
I am a Biochemistry major with an undecided minor. I am a member of the golf team and always working to improve my stroke. I worked at a summer camp in Maine over this past summer with several brothers and hope to go back as the head golf instructor again. 'Life is just like golf; at the end of the day, it doesn't always matter how well you did. What matters is enjoying the round and getting the ball into the hole.
  Mason Hooper '18
mihooper18@wabash.edu