Photos by Clay Wegrzynowicz, story by Bryan Hay

Twenty-one outstanding students, faculty and staff members, and student organizations were awarded Aaron O. Hoff Awards on May 8 in the Marlo Room, Farinon College Center. The awards celebrate the legacy of Aaron O. Hoff ’36, the College’s first African American student.

Each spring, the Division of Campus Life invites the campus community to nominate those who embody Hoff’s strength of character and his endeavors to build community. A committee selects recipients from nominations collected from the student body and College employees.

This year, there were 97 unique nominees were put forward by 94 different faculty, staff, and students. Several of them submitted multiple nominees and some nominees were submitted for more than one award, resulting in 157 nominations across all awards.

Individual Student Awards

Organization Awards

Faculty and Staff Awards

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