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Burbank Town Center Remodel Nearly Complete

This year, the $60 million renovations of the Burbank Town Center which started in January 2017 will finally be complete, with new stores, a brighter atmosphere, and a revamped food court among other refurbishments.

(Photo by © Ross A Benson)

Visitors to the eighth largest mall in Los Angeles County have already noticed several new additions, including the renovated food court which has relocated from the third floor to the first floor. The modernized atmosphere has an improved seating area with USB compatible outlets and decorative lights.

“The new food court has a lot more seating available. It’s very spacious and it’s a lot more open. I think that’s one of the best changes they’ve made, moving the food court downstairs,“ said Atticus Bacchus, an employee of All Amusement Fun Center.

Although some restaurants have left the revitalized food court, several restaurants that were on the third level remain, such as Panda Express, Sbarro, and Mongolian Grill, which is coming soon.

(Photo by © Ross A Benson)

“Our goal is to introduce fresh new tenants to Burbank Town Center with an eye to making the dining terrace a go-to-place when visiting Burbank,” said Lance W. Taylor, director at CAPREF Burbank LLC, who has been overseeing the renovation of the mall.

Soon, there will be an outdoor dining terrace with a view toward Verdugo and west toward the Hollywood Hills. A new outdoor escalator will carry shoppers and diners to the space which faces the shops on San Fernando Blvd.

Two new entrances into the Burbank Town Center have been added to the east and west parking garages, allowing better circulation throughout the mall.

A grand staircase leading to an entrance into the mall has been made accessible on E. Magnolia Blvd.

New skylights throughout the mall, along with LED lighting and new flooring, provide a more energetic and positive shopping atmosphere than before.

Following AMC 8’s recent theatre remodel with reclining seats, stores such as New York & Co. and Vans have also been redesigned.

Burbank Town Center is currently home to 150 retail stores and soon, Cost Plus World Market will add to that number. The 17,000 sq ft store will be located on the first floor of the mall and is said to open in June or July.

(Photo by © Ross A Benson)

Additional changes include the relocation of See’s Candy from across the hall to provide more room for H&M, which will be located on the second and third levels. The fast fashion retailer is expected to open around summer or during the fall.

In 2017, H&M was the highest ranked fashion outlet according to Forbes America’s Best Employers and made the list of “Best Companies to Work for in Fashion” for Business of Fashion. New stores such as H&M and Cost Plus will likely benefit the local economy in providing job opportunities and better shopping experiences.

“With the $60 million mall renovation nearing completion and the addition of these new tenants, we are seeing increased activity from national and local retailers interested in calling Burbank Town Center home and we anticipate additional retailer announcements this year,” said Taylor.

Such new additions are enticing locals who are used to doing their shopping online or in other cities.

“The updates to the mall are exciting as it will bring about a much-needed change and update to the area. Many people drive to Glendale for stores like H&M and Cost Plus, so it will be great that their tax dollars will be staying here in Burbank,” said Wes Taylor, a resident of Downtown Burbank.

Although many new shops are coming to the mall, several stores that have become favorites in the community remain. LA County’s last mall arcade, the “All Amusement Fun Center” which has been in business for 24 years, has been relocated from the first floor to the third floor after it was nearly closed in 2017. In response to community outcry, owners Jim and Susan Rowton collaborated with Lance Taylor to find a suitable new location and were able to keep the arcade open while adding several new games.

(Photo by © Ross A Benson)

On March 3, the All Amusement Fun Center hosted a community event, allowing visitors to play games, get their faces painted, and have balloon animals made— all free of charge.

New resting stations with USB compatible outlets give shoppers downtime to sit and relax between stores. For young families, there are two new play areas which provide a chance for parents to monitor their kids as they take a break from shopping.

Recently added Tesla Superchargers are located on the top of the Burbank Town Center parking garage at 495 North Third St. The station, which allows drivers to charge their cars much quicker than at home, is among the largest in the country, with 20 public-access stalls at the rate of $0.20 per kilowatt hour.

On the third level near Sears, interactive murals were recently installed by students from Burbank High, Providencia Elementary, Brett Hart Elementary, and Jordan Middle School. The murals feature illustrations encouraging shoppers to pose and take part in the images to share on social media.

Burbank Town Center is located at 201 East Magnolia Blvd.

Local Schools Install Murals at Burbank Town Center

(Photo by © Ross A Benson)

On Saturday, March 3, students from Providencia Elementary, Brett Hart Elementary, Jordan Middle School, and Burbank High School installed interactive murals on the third level of the Burbank Town Center.

Art classes from schools in the district have worked together to add color to the mall as it undergoes refurbishments. The 6 ft. x 8 ft. murals vary in themes, showcasing the artistic styles of the students. One mural depicts a political message about equality, while another depicts a flying saucer hovering over a cornfield.

“They were really self-led and they were in charge of what they wanted to illustrate,“ said Burbank High School art structure and art history teacher, Rebecca Platner, who oversaw the district-wide project. “It’s special for them to have their art in a public place.”

Shoppers are encouraged to take part in the interactive murals and post to social media, tagging #BUSDpaintsBTC.

(Photo by © Ross A Benson)

Students and teachers alike invested a lot of their time in creating the murals, totaling about a month between the design and painting process.

“My students submitted design concepts and then we voted on them and we refined them until we got to the one we wanted to work on for the wall,” said Burbank High School visual and performing arts teacher, Jonelle Pickett.

Pickett’s advanced animation class collaborated on a 3D mural depicting a picnic with soda, fries, and a hamburger. CJ Jobelle, a junior, is one of the students who worked on the assignment.

“The overall painting took about three weeks, roughly around that. People were taking turns to paint it,” said Jobelle.

Visitors can attribute the murals to the individual classes who created them, as the school names and grade levels are provided next to each illustration.


“It’s really exciting that under Rebecca’s leadership we were able to get several schools and artists representing their talents to get visual arts into the community,” said Peggy Flynn, arts and career technical education coordinator for BUSD.

“It helps people see the power that art can have in an open space like this.”

Eventually, the wall will come down once space is rented out. Until then, visitors of the Burbank Town Center can admire the creative work of the next generation.

Burbank National Merit Scholarship Finalists Announced

Five Burbank Unified School District seniors have advanced as Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program, school officials recently announced.

Four Burbank High School seniors have advanced to become National Merit Scholarship Finalists (pictured from left to right): John S. Yee, Melissa Yang, Adam James Czeranko, and Aaron Nhan. (Photo Courtesy Burbank High School)

Four Burbank High School students – John S. Yee, Melissa Yang, Adam James Czeranko and Aaron Nhan – and one student from John Burroughs High School – Prajwal Tumkur Mahesh – are now eligible to compete for 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered in 2018.

As juniors, approximately 1.6 million students take the PSAT/NMSQT, or Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Of those, many receive Letters of Commendation or are recognized as Semi-Finalists. About 15,000 are announced as Finalists each year, and half are awarded scholarships of $2500 that can be renewed each year they attend college, for up to four years.

According to the National Merit Scholarship Program website, “All winners of Merit Scholarship® awards (Merit Scholar® designees) are chosen from the Finalist group based on their abilities, skills, and accomplishments—without regard to gender, race, ethnic origin, or religious preference.”

John Burroughs High School senior Prajwal Tumkur Mahesh is a National Merit Scholarship Finalist. (Photo Courtesy John Burroughs High School)

“A variety of information is available for NMSC selectors to evaluate: the Finalist’s academic record, information about the school’s curricula and grading system, two sets of test scores, the high school official’s written recommendation, information about the student’s activities and leadership, and the Finalist’s own essay.”

Burbank High School officials also added that Yee is one of only 511 students worldwide who earned every point possible on an AP Exam last spring.

He answered every multiple-choice question correctly and earned full points on each of the essays in the free-response section of his AP Computer Science A Exam, and has been recognized for Superior Performance on an AP Exam by The College Board.



Threat to Burbank High School Deemed “Nonviable”

A threat that has been passed around on social media that was reported to officials on Thursday, Feb. 22 has been deemed to be nonviable by Burbank Police.

This picture was taken from someone’s phone screen of the threat being sent around. We have blacked out the offensive words as well as other nonrelated areas

According to Burbank Police Sergeant Derek Green, “Burbank High School is NOT on any lockdown.  There appears to be a generic, anonymous screenshot which has been passed along to multiple people in different cities referencing a shooting threat to “B.H.S.” 

There is no source information at this time and it is still being investigated. Extra patrol has been assigned to Burbank schools as a precaution.

Again, there is nothing to suggest this social media threat (which was second hand at the very least) has anything to do with Burbank Schools.” Green emphasized.

A call placed to the Superintendent’s Office of the Burbank Unified School District also said it was a nonviable threat and Burbank police are at both high schools on extra patrol.

The threat was also broadcast to all California Highway Patrol units to be advised of the situation but no further action was being taken.

While the person who sent the threat said “BHS”, they did not specify Burbank High School. There are several other high schools in the area with the same initials of BHS.

Burbank High Political Science Club Hosts U.S. Senate Candidate

By Aleko Brice
Special to myBurbank

 U.S. Senate Candidate Pat Harris, a progressive democrat running in the 2018 midterm elections, spoke to a crowd of four hundred people this past Thursday in Burbank High’s Wolfson Auditorium.

Pat Harris, U.S. Senate Candidate (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The event was organized by Burbank High School’s Political Science Club, which hoped to use the event to encourage the next generation of voters to be politically engaged. “It’s darkest right before the dawn. And you guys are the dawn,” Senate Candidate Harris told the audience of high school students attending the event.

The event was over an hour and a half long, featuring an introduction and closing speech by President Aleko Brice and Vice President Saro Sandaljian, along with a twenty minute speech by Senate Candidate Harris, followed by a town hall style Q&A where the audience was able to ask any questions they had for the candidate for an hour.

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Questions varied from topics such as climate change, to gun control, to student loans, all questions the students themselves felt needed to be asked. “We were glad to feel like we had a voice and could be heard,” said high school junior Vivian Vasquez.

 “The event was a culmination of two months hard work,” said club member Sara Taylor about the town hall. Brice and Sandaljian contacted countless local youth organizations to attend and promote the event, along with teachers and professors from both city high schools and the local colleges, such as Woodbury University and Glendale Community College.

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Among the attendees were Burbank City Council members Jess Talamantes and Sharon Springer, along with many concerned Burbank voters. For the active Burbank students who hoped to be able to vote in the upcoming election, Brice aided many students in the process of pre-registering/registering to vote, giving out forms and explaining the importance of being involved in politics.

During this, Sandaljian helped direct students to ask any other questions they had. Executive board members Sam Vaseghyzand, Garo Naljian, Miles Gilmore, Shant Sandaljian, along with the rest of the club members, helped organize concessions and booths, along with production.

All in all, it was a collaborative, student-driven effort to encourage the next generation to get involved and vote. “They make me look good. They did this all themselves,” club advisor Cody Parker stated.



Burbank Football Pulls Off Another Playoff Stunner

Duplicating last season’s effort wasn’t something many thought possible for the Burbank High football team.

Drew Pendleton gets in on a sack of South Hills quarterback Khalil Ali. (Photo Courtesy Doug Brown)

Now the Bulldogs are just one away from making a trip back to the CIF Southern Section championship game.

Friday night Burbank stunned top-seeded South Hills of West Covina 42-30 at Covina District Field in Division 7 quarterfinal matchup.

“We were supposed to be a 5-5 team maybe. To tie the school record for wins, to win a league title and go to the semis now, that’s awesome,” Burbank coach Adam Colman said. “That’s dedication, hard work and perseverance. I’m so proud of them.”

Burbank will now play at Don Lugo of Chino in a semifinal rematch from last season, which Burbank won 44-14.

South Hills (10-2) came out strong and actually led Burbank 10-3 at the end of the first quarter.

But things changed when RJ Stearns threw an interception that was returned 25 yards for a touchdown by Kaydon Spens. Stearns also suffered an ankle injury and did not return.

Darnell Williams carries the ball for Burbank. (Photo Courtesy Doug Brown)

South Hills appeared to not be shaken by the loss of its starting quarterback as it answered with an 87-yard touchdown pass from backup quarterback Khalil Ali to Nicholas Lariviere. That put the Huskies ahead 17-10.

But Matthew Porras rallied Burbank (10-2). His touchdown with 6:27 left in the first half tied things at 17.

Burbank took the lead on a safety that came as a result of a fumbled ball on a punt attempt.

On the ensuing drive, Porras found fellow junior Duncan Smith wide open for a 50-yard touchdown.

Andrew Rovira later kicked a 43-yard field goal to make it 29-17. Rovira was successful on all four of his field goal attempts. He also connected from 41, 31 and 25 yards.

Late in the game he was injured when a South Hills player ran into him on a punt attempt, which resulted in a penalty against the Huskies.

Drew Pendleton on one of his 10 catches. (Photo Courtesy Doug Brown)

Burbank began the second half with a pair of Rovira field goals to make it 35-17.

Following a South Hills touchdown, Porras scored from one yard out with 5:28 to play to make it 42-23.

The Bulldogs got huge performances from seniors Drew Pendleton and Darnell Williams.

Pendleton had 10 receptions for 169 yards and Williams had 137 yards rushing in 20 carries.

“I think both years we came in with a chip on our shoulder because they were ranked higher and everyone thought they were going to win,” Pendleton said about defeating South Hills and Northview of Covina last season, also at Covina District Field.

Burbank Residents Turn Out for the BIG GAME

Every year the City of Burbank gears up for the annual BIG GAME> The 69th edition was nothing new. myBurbank photographers captured all the great shots that will become lasting memories. Enjoy!

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Royalty Announced at BIG GAME

Both Burroughs and Burbank announced their Homecoming Courts in ceremonies held before the BIG GAME Friday, November 3.  (Photography by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank High’s 2017 Homecoming Court

From Burbank High:

King Louie Torres and Queen Haven Dragomer

Representing the Burbank Freshman Class are:  
Princess Yazmin Razavi and Prince Mario Rodriguez

Representing the Burbank Sophomore Class are:  
Princess Katie Rojas and Prince Sebastian Causarano

Representing the Burbank Junior Class are:  
Princess Meg Pendarvis and Prince Aleko Brice

Representing the Burbank Senior Class are:  
Princess Nikki Howell and Prince Bryan Velasquez
Princess DJ Duplessis and Prince Kaydon Spens

Representing the Burbank Senior Class:
2017 Homecoming Queen Haven Dragomer  and King Louie Torres

Burroughs High’s 2017 Homecoming Court

From Burroughs High:

Queen Leah Davis and King Cerain Baker

From Burroughs Senior Class are:
Princess Hailee Zacariaz and Prince Hakeem Hickman

From Burroughs Senior Class are:
Princess Kelly McKeehan and Prince Spencer Hummel

From Burroughs Senior Class are:
Princess Lauren Hardy and Prince Cole Kaitz

From Burroughs Senior Class are:
Princess Sophia Kaloustian and Prince Louie Kahn

From Burroughs Senior Class:
2017 Homecoming Queen Leah Davis and King Cerain Baker


Pasadena High Players Lose More than Football Game to Burbank High

Pasadena High School traveled to Memorial Field Thursday night, October 12, to take on Burbank High in a Pacific League football game.  A bad night on the field after a 42-0 loss to the Bulldogs became even worse when they returned to the locker room at halftime to find that someone had broken in and stolen personal items from three players.

According to Sergeant Derek Green of the Burbank Police Department, three players reported a loss of cash, a cell phone, and stereo headphones from their bags.

Players from both schools use locker rooms provided by Burroughs High. It was not made specific which locker room was being used by Pasadena.

The case is currently being investigated by School Resource Officers.  As of now, a suspect(s) has not yet been identified according to Green.

Burbank High Graduates Celebrate Home Field Graduation

Burbank High moved their graduation down from the Starlight Bowl to Burbank High to celebrate the 2017 graduation class.  The move resulted in a savings of $25,000 to the school plus free parking for parents at the old IKEA site.  And that walk up the hill was also avoided!

myburbank’s Chief Photographer Ross A. Benson, along with Edward Tovmassian and Brandon Buckley were on hand to capture some pictures from the graduation.

The ceremony was held on May 26 and here is a list of all the graduates:

Abad, Mirou

Abelyan, Samvel

Abkarian, Sason

Ablabutyan, Sarkis Sam

Aboolian-Masihi, Nareh

Abovian, Ani

Abramian, Cynthia

Acuna Roman, Kevin

Agazarian, Melanie

Agazaryan, Harutyun

Aghajani, Naire

Aguilar, Jonathon

Aguirre Rodriguez, Leticia

Airapetyan, Alexander

Aivazyan, Celine

Akopov, Margo

Alaqrabawi, Nada

Albarian, Gregory

Albarran, Vanessa

Alcala, Alexandra

Alcala, Mikko Roberto

Alcaraz, Priscilla

Aleksanyan, Angelica

Alexander, Anaeis

Alexandryan, Daniel

Alvarado, Justin

Alvarado, Rosalinda

Alvarez, Gerardo

Alvarez, Nadine

Alvarez, Norman

Alvizures, Anthony

Amaya, Tania

Amirian, Tomik

Anassian, Henrik

Apayan, Harutun

Arakelian, Eliza

Armentrout, Derek

Arutyunyan, Eric

Asatrian, Garnik

Asatryan, Armine

Asatryan, Khachik

Asatryan, Silvi

Ashani, Hiral

Aslanyan, Andranik

Atoyan, Gevorg

Austin, Ryan

Avagian, Arman

Avagyan, Mikael

Avalos, Brianna

Avalos, Naphtali

Avanessian, Ann

Avendano, Adrian

Avila, Andres

Ayala, Alfredo

Ayala, Allison

Ayriyan, Nikol

Baca Castellanos, Sergio

Baenen, Catalina

Baer, Aaron

Baghdasian, Orbel

Baghdassarian, Tommy

Bailey, Laura

Baker, Gabriel

Baker, Madison

Balayan, Nerses

Bankston, Abigail

Barakyozyan, Masis

Barfian, Artoor

Barseghian, Michael

Barsegyan, Avetis

Barsumyan, Kristine

Batwinas, Audrey

Bazikyan, Ani

Beglaryan, Robert

Beigikhaniy, Serli

Bishop, Clara

Bittar, Kevin

Blacano-Villagran, Matthew

Bochard, Kira

Boles, Kristion

Bondoc, Samantha

Boonchum-Pilotin, Aristotle

Bosman, Dwayne

Boyadjian, George

Boyce, Danielle

Bradford, Christopher

Branch, Mikayla

Bravo, Fox

Breslin, Scott

Breuer, Isabel

Briggs, Mikayla

Briones, John Levin

Briones, Sheyla

Britt, Madeleine

Broderick, Kristen

Buckley, Nicole

Buote, Brandon

Butler, Andrew

Camacho, Amanda

Carrasco, Victoria

Carrisoza, Jennifer

Casey, Daniel

Castaneda, Johnathan

Castellano Molina, Joselyn

Castile, Taylor

Castillo, Jason

Castresana, Maritza

Castro, Sedona

Castro-Lopez, Carlos

Cathcart, Chelsea

Cedeno, Athena

Cetin, Alexandria

Chalikyan, Hakob

Chaliyan, Madlen

Chan Salvador, Dhrae

Chavez, Benjamin

Chavez, Bernadette

Chavez, David

Chavez, Raymond

Cho, Joshua

Choi, Julia

Christman, Matthew

Churchian, Nicholas

Cifuentes, Angel

Clark, Thomas

Coccio, Gabriela

Collins, Gabriella

Collins, Lucas

Common, Marina

Cooke, Ahsaan

Cooper, Jasmine

Cooper, TJ

Corea, Kenen

Coronel, Ramon Joseph

Costa Murta, Eric

Cranmer, Zachary

Cranston, Veronica

Crosby, Benjamin

Cuellar, Chris

Curren, Natalie

Curry, Matthew

Cusumano, Haleigh

Cusumano, Hannah

Czarnecki, Steven

Czerwinski, Fiona

Daniel, Alexander

Davidyan, Dvin

Davoodi, Selin

Dawson, Willow

De Guzman, Kamryn

De La Cruz, Gisselle

De La Torre, Alyssa

De Vera, Alyssa

De, Anita

DeBarge, Abrielle

DeLaCruz, Cynthia

DeLeon, Nestor

Demirchian, Elizabeth

Derakapet, Sintia

Deveaux, Nayila

Diaz, Benjamin

Diaz, Chris

Dishington, Nathan

Dodson, Jacob

Donovan, Xavier

Durghalli, Anthony

Ekmekchian, Arman

Esagholi, Monika

Escobar, Jacqueline

Escobar-Carrillo, Jonathan

Escobedo, Isaac

Escutia, Omar

Estrada, Melina

Etame, Arndrayla

Evans, Philip

Fahradyan, Zaruhi

Fajardo, Forest

Fernandez, Andres

Fillman, Kayla

Flores, Angel

Flores, Damien

Flores, Ronaldo

Fowler, Rebecca

Frazier, Emma

Friedman, Britni

Gagliardi, Mariah

Galadzhyan, Lucina

Galajian, Raffi

Galstian, Richard

Galstian, Steven

Galstyan, Albrik

Galstyan, Lineta

Galvan, Javier

Galvez, Jonathan

Galvez, Rebecca

Garcia, Juan

Garcia, Keana

Gasparyan, Greta

Geanta, Gabriela

George, Skylar

Gevorkian, Alex

Gevorkian, Milena

Ghahramanians, Emin

Ghanbarian, Sarbeh

Gharapetian, Patrick

Gharibyan, Ashot

Giammichele, Jamie

Gibbs, Guy

Gofman, Alisa

Golestanyan, Selin

Golshan, Nicholas

Gomez, Matthew

Gomez, Mauricio

Gonchegulian, Zhan

Gonzales, Sofia Audrey

Gorman, Samuel

Gradjyan, Shakeh

Grafman, Justin

Green, Davion

Griffin, Clare

Grigorian, Arman

Grigorian, Soseh

Grigorian, Stephanie

Grigorian, Vahe

Gubik, Michelle

Guerra Prieto, Christian

Guerrero, Ileana

Guevara, Mason

Gulasaryan, Grigor

Gutierrez-Rivas, Daniel

Guzman, Maximillian

Guzman, Michael Christopher

Ha, Vy

Hairapian, Serlie

Hakobyan, Elina

Hakopian, Erik

Hall, Amaria

Hambardzumyan, Monika

Han, Tae Hee

Hanno, Kaitlyn

Haroutoonian, Leo

Haroutunian, Christina

Hartooni, Adena

Hasroun, Jenel

Hayrapetyan, Angelina

Heath, Hailey

Hendighomashi, Asal

Hernandez, Guillermo

Hernandez, Jordan

Hernandez, Robert

Hess Witucki, Joshua

Hirano, Jennifer

Hoang, Shannon

Hofilena, Katelyn

Holland, Chandler

Holland, Joshua

Honarchian, Rene

Hong, Curie

Hopson, Byron

Hosepo, Shauna

Hospidales, Ayojide

Hovanesian, Alan

Hovsepian, Andre

Hovsepian, Arpy


Ibnoujala, Omar

Ibragimova, Dilfuza

Idrovo, Nathaly

Indrikyan, Grigor

Indzheyan, Alex

Iniguez, Rosio

Ishida, Lorraine

Ishkhanyan, Elina

Ismailyan, Argisht

Jackson, Jordon

Jalalizadeh, Ryan

James, Christiano

Javahiryan, Ovsanna

Jayatyan, Artur

Jensen, Amalie Sofia

Jensen, Kaylee

Jermakyan, Sara

Jimenez, Brenden

Jimenez, Samuel

Kachaturian, Arman

Kalantaryan, Arnella

Kalpakyan, Abraham

Kamarzar, Arotin

Kamm, Ava

Karapetyan, David

Karazi, Andrew

Karimov, Islom

Kassir, Jennifer

Kazanchian, Andrue

Kazarian, Andre

Kelley, Jacob

Kellogg, Abraham

Kerr, Emma

Khachatryan, Alla

Khachikian, Arvin

Khachikyan, Vahe

Khajatourians, Tadeh

Khalaf, Royce

Khalil, Mathew

Khalil, Ola

Khandaker, Faraz

Khatchoyan, Christine

Khimani, Shain

Khoubeserian, Arianna

Kim, Alvin

Ko, Angie

Kobaissi, Abdullah

Kolus, Haley

Kotelyan, Hayk

Kothari, Nihaar

Koulsoum, Christopher

Koussa, Maryanne

Koutsos, Stefanos

Kuchuryan, Ani

Kundibekian, Michael

Kunza, John

Labus, Megan

Lagonegro, Sara

Lamoureaux, Storm

Lashkari, Sean

Lax, Alejandra

Le, Christopher

Leake, Henry

Ledesma, Edgar

Lee, Andy

Lee, Borah

Lee, Louise

Lee, Sarah

Lekhliyan, Varujan

Leon Salazar, Karina

Leonard, McKenna

Leonen, Allison Joy

Lewis, Andre

Lewis, Mary

Lin, Kyle

Lipscomb, Kennedi

Loffarelli, Cameron

Lopez Aguirre, Cesar

Lopez Barrios, Damon

Lopez, Liane

Lord, Jarrod

Lorente, Deanna

Loyola, Michael

Lozano, Emily

Lucero, Kyle

Lueneburg, Adam

Lungaro, Matthew

Lynch, Shane

Photo By: Edward Tovmassian

Machkalyan, Angelina

Machuca, Ashley

Magadamyan, Sara

Magtesian, Michael

Mahmoudian, Argam

Mailyan, Gevorg

Makhserejyan, Hrant

Maksoud, Habib

Maldonado, Andrew

Malhotra, Samir

Malo Soledispa, Paul

Mamyan, Nune

Managuelod, Airalyn

Mancias, Nharelyn

Mandel, Lia

Mangyan, Alex

Manoulian, Narineh

Manoyan, Michelle

Mansour, Mary

Manukyan, Lilit

Mardirossian, Linda

Margousian, Argin

Mariscal, Stephanie

Markaryan, Markar

Marquez, Erika

Marsoubian, Natalie

Martinez, Kristie

Martinez, Michelle

Martinez, Victoria

Martirosian, Arthur

Marutyan, Murad

Massian, Angelica

Matevosyan, Ani

Matossian, Tadde

Mattera, Alyssa

Maynes, Rebekah

Maynez, Lukas

Mekikian, Michelle

Mekikyan, Elena

Melikian, Derek

Melikyan, Hrire

Melkomian, Anthony

Melkonian, Edgar

Mendoza, Emalie

Merida De Leon, Elizabeth

Merrit, Nicole

Merzikian, Varant

Mikayelyan, Anna

Mikitarian, Natalie

Miller, Harrison

Miller, Jacob

Miller, Joseph

Miller, Justin

Miloyan, Anthony

Min, Brent

Minasyan, David

Minnick, Christopher

Mintz-Kreyns, Emily

Miranda Ortiz, Monica

Mirzaians, Anasheh

Mishegyan, Avetis

Mkrtchyan, Kristina

Mola, Ruben

Molinari, Michael

Mondragon Mejia, Brandon

Monji, Sean

Montoya, Aly

Mora-Gutierrez, Dahlia

Morales, Cassandra

Morales, Jasmine

Moreno, Eric

Morgan, Jonathan

Morgande, Begoia

Moro, Samantha

Munoz, Nathanial

Navas, Samantha

Navasartian, Calleen

Nazarian, Katherine

Nazarians, Narek

Nazaryan, Alex

Nazaryan, Samson

Nersesian, Klancy

Nicola, Joseph

Niwa, Joshua

Noren, Drew

O’Brien, Stephanie

Ocegueda, Delbert

Ochoa Benitez, Oscar

Odicho, Nancy

Ohanyan, Aren

Ohanyan, Hasmik

Ohrnberger Culebro, Akira

Ojo, Sumani

Ordonez, Julia

Osorio, Jennifer

Otero, Brianna

Ovakimyan, Aram

Ovasapyan, Alice

Ovsepyan, Rubina

Ovsepyan, Yana

Owens, Eden

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