Meet Lloyd Barba
Lloyd graduated in 2010 with a double-major in History and Religious Studies. He will start a Ph.D. program in American Culture at the University of Michigan with a full-ride scholarship. During his senior year, Lloyd presented his research on the Pentecostal movement at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at the University of Montana. Lloyd is also a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the national History Honor Society.
Meet Shane Hetzler
As an agroforestry volunteer for the Peace Corps, Shane Hetzler '04 completed a two-year assignment in Kelimane, Senegal, in 2007. He worked with schoolchildren, individual farmers, and women's groups to disseminate the benefits of planting trees. Senegal has suffered accelerating deforestation since the 1970s, due to population growth and reliance on fuel wood.
Shane, who earned a double major in History and French and a minor in Environmental Studies, has been admitted to Yale University in 2010 for a master's program in Forestry with an emphasis in Social Ecology.
Meet Anna Accettola
Anna Accettola earned a B.A. in History and completed a self-designed major in Classical Studies in 2010. She is going on to Brandeis University in Massachusetts to pursue a master's degree in Greek and Roman Studies. At Pacific, Anna studied Latin and Greek, completed the summer Italian immersion program, and she was initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, a highly selective academic honor society. She is also a member of Phi Alpha Theta. Her senior thesis at Pacific examined the way gender influenced press coverage of notorious female murderers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.