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HISP Alum in the News: C K Swett
(‘00) (posted November 2011)

From CKM to Duke to New York City—C K Swett’s wide ranging curiosity has landed him in the fascinating world of auctioneering. Read The New York Times article “A Young Auctioneer Breaks Into the Gavel Clique” to learn how this HISP alum puts his unique talents and entertaining personality to work as an up-and-coming auctioneer in the Big Apple (originally published on October 28, 2011).

HISP Alum in the News: Joanne Nghiem
(‘11) (posted July 2011)

Read the inspiring story of just-graduated Joanne Nghiem (Class of 2011) as she prepares to begin her post-secondary education at Harvard. See the article in The Sacramento Bee (originally published June 10, 2011).

HISP Alum in the News: Eco-Chef Aaron French
(’89) (posted October 2010)

Chef, food editor, cookbook author, food columnist, tropical ecologist—Aaron French has spent his years since graduating from CKM and HISP leading the good life! Read more about his journey of “continuous personal growth, improvement, and achievement” in this online issue of Menusim. Aaron is a member of the very first original HISP class.

HISP Alum in the News: Matt Kawahara
(’06) (posted: September 2010)

The Sacramento chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association awarded its first AAJA internship in partnership with The Sacramento Bee to Matt Kawahara (HISP ’06). Kawahara, a Sacramento native and recent U.C. Berkeley graduate, edged out a field of well-qualified finalists with his passion for reporting. Check out the newspaper and look for Matt’s byline. AAJA Sacramento sponsors a 12-week internship for aspiring print, photo, graphics, and multimedia journalists.

HISP Alum in the News: Margaret Doolittle
(’06) (posted: June 2010)

Margaret Doolittle (HISP ’06), a graduating senior from the University of Nevada at Reno, has been named to the 2009-10 ESPN Magazine Academic All-District VIII at-large team. According to the university’s website, Wolf Pack swimmer Doolittle “earned first-team academic all-district accolades for the second year in a row. In order to be recognized, nominees must “contribute as a starter or significant reserve, and maintain at least a 3.30 overall grade point average. Doolittle holds a 3.95 grade-point average in supply chain management.”

 
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