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Tyniek Benjamin, Class of 2019 & Yamilka Gonzalez Lopez, Class of 2021 – MARINES
Kayla Baur, Class of 2018
Kayla is a young author who channels her wild imagination, love of magic, and desire to kill the cliché in everything she writes.
Personal: @kaybaur kaylajoanbaur.weebly.com.
Kayla Joan Baur – Author (@authorkaylajoanbaur) • Instagram …www.instagram.com › authorkaylajoanbaur
Ms. Yen, Class of 2014
Ms. Yen attended the High School for Community Leadership and was part of the first graduating class. She, later on, attended the New York Institute of Technology and graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design. Ms. Yen is an avid foodie and loves exploring the city for new dishes. Ms. Yen hopes to bring forth fresh ideas and help her fellow HSCL students prepare for college and the real world.
Myrna Gregoire – Class of 2018
“Dedicated, Efficient, and Funny.” I am currently a student at Monroe College and I play soccer and basketball. I make the environment around me very joyful. When it comes to getting down to work, I do what needs to be done.
Dominic Dixon, Class of 2017
Dominic played for both Monroe and Lehman College
Always charming his way into every corner of HSCL, Dom left his mark as a kind and fierce competitor. 2019: Played and started in 15 games for the Lightning. Scored his first Lehman goal which was also the game-winner in overtime against John Jay (10/19).
Marva Dudley-Adams, Class of 2015
I choose Old Westbury for their academic background and because the campus made me feel at home.
Career Goals After Graduation: Pursue a Master’s degree
My Dream Job Is: Speech Pathologist
My Personal Hero/Idol Is: My uncle because he taught me how to live life to the fullest.
My Most Exciting Sports Memory Is: scoring the winning three-pointer in my last regular season home game (2015-16 season) at Queensborough Community college
If I could invite three people over for dinner, they would be: Uncle Gene (deceased), Russell Westbrook, and Michelle Obama
If I could be someone for a day, I would be: Keke Palmer
If I could be the President of the United States of America for a day, I would: Have all college students eat free at any restaurant they want.
Quote/Motto: “Don’t look back, move forward.”
Larry Smith, Public Figure
HisStory! Making a difference for all young people!