Shelton students take active role on Eastern’s campus

Shelton students who took part in Eastern Connecticut State University’s clubs and organizations during the fall were:

SHelton-Student-News-FIJessica DeFelice participated in the Repertory Dance Troupe. DeFelice is a member of the Class of ’15 whose major is political science.

Olivia Testi participated in the Repertory Dance Troupe (RDT). Testi is a member of the Class of ’15, whose major is sport and leisure management.

Caitlynn Ahern participated in the Anime Club. Ahern is a member of the Class of ’16, whose major is Pre-Early Childhood Education.

Anna Shannon participated in the Environmental Club. Shannon is a member of the Class of ’16, whose major is pre-secondary education certification.

Anthony Testi participated in the Rugby Club. Testi is a member of the Class of ’16, whose major is business administration.

Mark Lake participated in the TV 22 Club. Lake is a member of the Class of ’16, whose major is communication.

Leigh Savoie participated in the Dance Team. Savoie is a member of the Class of ’17, whose major is pre-elementary education.

Justin Ahern participated in the Eastern Conservatives/Libertarians Club. Ahern is a member of the Class of ’17, whose major is undeclared.

Brianna Lopez participated in the Modern Movement Club. Lopez is a member of the Class of ’17, whose major is pre-early childhood education.

Katelin Sala participated in the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS). Sala is a member of the Class of ’17, whose major is business administration.

Alyssa Carter participated in the Repertory Dance Troupe. Carter is a member of the Class of ’17, whose major is pre-early childhood education.

Kelsey Testi ‘17 participated in the Repertory Dance Troupe. Testi is a member of the Class of ’17, whose major is pre-elementary education.

• Charlotte MacDonald participated in the Eastern Writer’s Guild. MacDonald’s major is exploratory profesional studies.

Emily Menendez participated in the Honors Club. Menendez is a member of the Class of ’18, whose major is exploratory professional studies.