Creating the sound of a new generation

Band members from the Latin/World music group KoTolán pose beneath the Olympics mural on campus.

Creating the sound of a new generation

Alumnus Otto Granillo ’04, pictured sitting on the right, and the other members of the group he co-founded, KoTolán, celebrate multiculturalism through their music. The band blends sounds, instruments, lyrics and languages from Latin, Japanese and American cultures.

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    Students in a new forensic accounting class.Students get a taste for forensic accounting and tracking down white collar crimes in a case-based course taught by faculty and professionals.
  • Partnership for a cure

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  • Creating CHOICES for the future

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