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27 Aggies who graduated with undergraduate degrees in Spanish

Following graduation ceremonies held at Reed Arena on Friday, May 14, 2021 at 9:00 a.m., among its former students, Texas A&M University now lists the 27 Aggies who graduated with undergraduate degrees in Spanish.

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Following graduation ceremonies held at Reed Arena on Friday, May 14, 2021 at 9:00 a.m., among its former students, Texas A&M University now lists the 27 Aggies who graduated with undergraduate degrees in Spanish.

Graduating with a BA in Spanish, were thirteen of the now former students:  Jaimi Colon Correro, Brandon Fernandez, Brianna Lopez, Vanessa Gonzalez, Anna Turner, Alexis Richardson, Andrew Burton, Sahar Hussain, Hallie Montalbo, Maria Sanchez Calzada, Heidi Piper, Jessica Toll, and Laura Schurman.

Eleven of the twenty-seven graduates finished their undergraduate studies with double majors, combining Spanish with another course of study in Liberal Arts. Those double majors were:

Lauren Curtis, Rosalinda Carreaon, Jake Shatzer, Alexis Couch, Genesis Maldonado, Royya Osouli, Catalina Herrera (double majors with INTS); Benjamin Stromberg (double major with HIST); José González (double major with PSYC); Gilda Prado (double major with SOCI); and Alondra González (double major with TCCM).

Four of the twenty-seven graduates finished their undergraduate studies with double degrees, combining their BA in Spanish with a BS degree. Those double-degree graduates were: Christopher Cooper (double degree with BUSI); Ian Roche, Jake Shatzer (double degrees with ECON); and Loryn McFall (double degree with Agribusiness).

The Department of Hispanic Studies proudly congratulates these former students. ¡ENHORABUENA!