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Joshua DeVaughn Gause

Senior AFAM Major, Graduating in 2012
Gause

Upon graduation, I plan on moving to Atlanta to pursue my MBA in Accounting and open my own accounting firm.  In my spare time I enjoy working out, playing basketball, and spending time with friends and family.  I would consider myself an introvert but that can be easily changed when I get around a group of people with whom I feel comfortable communicating.

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La Porche Tenne

Freshman AFAM Major, Graduating in 2016
Tenne

I have recently been offered a Residential Advisor job for Royce Hall and I am planning on getting involved.  I love it here at SJSU and I cannot wait to earn my BA in African-American Studies.  I am the first person in my family to attend a four-year University and I cannot wait to start a legacy of my own. I am very interested in learning about the social status and relationships of African American Women.

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Robert Garcia

Sophomore AFAM Minor, Graduating in 2014
Garcia

I am Sergeant of Arms and Co-Chair of Movimiento Estudiantil Xicana/os de Aztlan and mentor with Fuerza Escolar.  My research interests are religion, philosophy, culture, and ethnic studies.  My goals are to become a well-rounded individual, knowledgeable, diverse, assisting, and inspiring.  I hope to become a model for our people and show them they can truly be anything they desire to be. I want to be a teacher, professor, author, and pastor/priest.

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