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The CSUDH Eta-Iota Chapter of Sigma Pi recruits new members with a rush event; caption below

Natalie Aguilar: Freshman Sets Sights on Olympics

When freshman Natalie Aguilar was ten, her father told her she could choose between spending her time playing his sport, soccer, or studying tae kwon do, she chose the latter. Little did the kinesiology major
know at that time, that her wish to be in the spotlight would result in top level competitions, taking her to statewide, national, and ultimately, international tournaments for the sport. And if all goes as planned, Aguilar may be competing in the next Olympics.

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Photo above: The CSUDH Eta-Iota Chapter of Sigma Pi, a fraternity based on academics, service and multiculturalism, recruits new members. (L-R) Dino R. Hernandez (Class of '99, B.S., Health Science), faculty advisor, Eta-Iota Chapter; Angel Garcia, senior (Sociology); Lance C. Wilson-Hargrave, sophomore (Chemistry/Marketing) and vice president, Eta-Iota Chapter;
Mynor Valasquez, freshman (Criminal Justice); Jose Duarte, sophomore (Business Administration); and Gilbert Hernandez, senior (Digital Media Arts). Seated are Martin Roman-Figueroa, freshman (Psychology) and Bryant Ortiz, sophomore (Undeclared) Photo by Joanie Harmon-Whetmore

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