Class and Student Marshals

Class Marshals

Two Syracuse University seniors are selected as all-University representatives for the Class of 2022 and have unique opportunities throughout their senior year to engage with various University stakeholders, help select their Commencement speaker, and discuss their student experience and offer constructive suggestions with senior administrators. They are selected by the search committee, composed of Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience staff, using criteria based upon scholarship, academic honors, student organization involvement, campus and community service, and exhibited school spirit.

For more information on the Class of 2022 class marshals, see the SU News press release.

2022 Senior Class Marshals Ava Colabello Breitbeck and Morgan Caitlin Storino 

Ava Colabello Breitbeck (Syracuse, NY)
Class Marshal
Majors: Physics, Political Science

Morgan Caitlin Storino (Easton, PA)
Class Marshal
Majors: Chemistry, Citizenship and Civic Engagement

Student Marshals

Marshals represent each of the University’s schools and colleges. They are selected for their distinguished achievement in scholarship, academic honors, student organization involvement, leadership, and collegiality, as well as campus and community engagement and service. School and college marshals have many roles within the Orange community and participate in significant University events including New Student Convocation, Winter Convocation and leading the procession of graduates from their respective school or college into the Commencement ceremony.

Erik Bakken (Caledonia, WI)
School of Architecture
Major: Architecture

Torian Clarke (Bronx, NY)
School of Education
Majors: Social Studies Education, African American Studies

Ashley Clemens (Long Lake, MN)
College of Arts & Sciences, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Major: Writing and Rhetoric, Magazine Journalism

Morgan William Eaton (Colchester, VT)
College of Arts & Sciences, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Majors: Citizenship and Civic Engagement, Policy Studies
Minor: Information Management and Technology

Nicholas P. Fedrizzi (Baldwinsville, NY)
College of Professional Studies
Major: Creative Leadership, Project Management

Emily Mae Graham (Falls Church, VA)
College of Visual and Performing Arts
Major: Music Composition
Minor: Music Industry

Jasmine Elizabeth Greytok (Philadelphia, PA)
School of Architecture
Major: Architecture
Minor: Art History

Coreynne Merretta Henry (Glenview, IL)
College of Visual and Performing Arts
Major: Art Photography
Minor: Communication Photography, Music History and Cultures

Oduduabasi James Isaiah (Uyo, Nigeria)
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Major: Chemical Engineering

Mazaher Kaila (Sudan and Syracuse, NY)
College of Law
Major: Law

Bailey Loughane (San Diego, CA)
Martin J. Whitman School of Management
Major: Supply Chain, Chemistry

Denise Magny (Randolph, MA)
College of Arts & Sciences, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Major: Biology
Minor: Public Health

Mackenzie Mangos (Williamson, NY)
David B. Falk of Sport and Human Dynamics
Major: Sport Analytics
Minors: Economics, Information Management & Technology

Michael McCallister (Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)
School of Information Studies
Major: Information Management and Technology

Alexander T. Metcalf (West Milford, NJ)
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Major: Aerospace Engineering

Danielle Nyarko Nimako (Albany, NY)
School of Information Studies
Major: Information Management and Technology
Minor: Marketing

Julia Rizzo (Island Park, NY)
David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics
Major: Human Development and Family Science
Minor: Psychology

Varsha Srinivasan (Cookeville, TN)
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Major: Public Administration, International Relations

Chelsea Brooke Stern (Cherry Hill, NJ)
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
Major: Public Relations
Minor: Information Management and Technology

Morgan Tucker (Hamilton, NJ)
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
Major: Newspaper and Online Journalism
Minor: Sociology

Shayla Walsh (Shrewsbury, MA)
School of Education
Major: Sociology

Tiffany Yang (New York, NY)
Martin J. Whitman School of Management
Major: Finance, Information Management and Technology
Minor: Chinese Language

Ying Zhang (Jilin City, China)
Graduate program: Human Development and Family Science