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Where are the seniors going?

Collected from May 16 to May 29, seniors were polled asking where they were going after graduating high school. If you would like to be added, email [email protected].

Pasadena City College

Michelle Hua – Psychology

Phacharawee Kantanawat

Katherine Milburn – Nursing

Gabrielle Rodriguez – Social Work

Teresa Wong

University of California, Riverside

Melissa Lopez

University of California, Los Angeles

Sophia Pu

Nicole Diep

California Polytechnic University, Pomona

Kristina Lu – Forensic Pathology

Madeline Chan – Healthcare

Madison Chiu – Psychology

California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo

Aden Ou

Brian Ly – Biomedical Engineering

University of Southern California

Kyla Penamante

Samantha Chong

ArtCenter College of Design

Emi Naito – Filmmaking

Cerritos Community College

Angelina Andrade – Marriage & Family Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

University of La Verne

Chloe Chong

University of California, Santa Barbara

Mia Lim

California State University of Los Angeles

David Garcia – Civil Engineering

Ayame Feliciano – Web Development

California State University, Long Beach

Toto Ly – Business Marketing

Firefighter Academy

Elijah Millanponce – Fire Technology

Eastern Los Angeles College

Benny Jiang

Woodbury University, Burbank

Mollee Angely

United States Air Force Academy

Connor Tran – Air Force/Space Force

Wesleyan University

Ethan Nunez – Pathology

University of California, Irvine

Kailey Trinh

University of California, Santa Cruz

Thao Le – Pediatrician

University of California, Davis

Canice Wong – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Northeastern University

Anson Law – Music Production

Mount Saint Mary’s University

Sherelene Guo

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Brian Ly
Brian Ly, Production Chief
Brian Ly is the Production Chief for the Tongva Times and is entering his fourth year with the paper. In his personal life, Brian has a keen interest in insects, collectible card games, books, and movies. He even aspires to raise his own "Gregor Samsas" when he finds the right environment. Interestingly, Brian initially joined the newspaper in his freshman year, mistaking it for a history class due to the presence of a textbook. Despite the unexpected start, he remained with the Tongva Times, drawn by the strong sense of community and the chance to interact with diverse individuals, from school athletes to the mayor of San Gabriel.
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