Colleen "Eunoia" Bishop

Colleen is a military brat who has lived in Florida, Oklahoma, Germany, and Kansas and is double majoring in International Area Studies and Economics and minoring in Anthropology at the school of Arts & Sciences. During the regular school year, she’s involved in SIR and plays on the Women’s Rugby Team. Colleen joined LNC, because she wanted to participate in an important on-campus organization, make some new close friends, and continue her journey towards a productive future. You can find her in one of three places: enjoying a latte in Whisper’s, holed away doing work in her apartment, or out on the quad sharing a hammock with her friends.

Raiden "Compass" Mason

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Ronelle "Refulgence" Williams

Ronelle is from Douglasville, Georgia and is  majoring in Psychology and minoring in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies on a 3-2 track for occupational therapy. At WashU, she is an APM for DenebSTARs, treasurer for Interrogating Incarceration, program assistant for FSAP, and Co-founder of STL Reentry Collective. She applied for Lock & Chain for its community engagement and intra-group bonding. Ronelle can talk for hours about animation, nature crafts, her friendships, and post-apocalyptic, fantasy, or romantic novels. Her fun fact is that she loves chocolate chip cookies without the chocolate chips and would rather pick around a cookie than eat a sugar one. A secret skill she possesses is to synthesize information from a movie or book and be able to mostly hold a conversation with a professional on a topic she knows only minimally about.

Caroline "Confluence" Chou

Caroline is a Taiwanese Canadian double majoring in French and Biology at WashU. During the school year, Caroline is a first year international student leader, and she’s also involved in the Taiwanese student organization, WashU symphony orchestra, and the women's rugby team. In her free time, she enjoys annoying her friends with her Canadian vocabulary (for example it’s pencil crayon, not coloured pencils) then apologizing afterwards, playing soccer or golf, and having conversations with Siri. Currently taking a gap year, Caroline has been keeping herself busy by working at a lab where she looks at mouse hearts all day, and exploring Taiwan by hiking and camping on the weekends. Caroline joined lock and chain for the close-knit community and she is looking forward to getting to know everyone better in the upcoming year!

Dillon "Percipience" Solorio

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Leandra "Fluency" Djomo

Leandra is a Cameroonian from New York double-majoring in International Area Studies and Korean with a minor in Global Film Studies. She takes part in the community at WashU through her job as a student blogger, an APM for Deneb STARS, a member of the West African dance team Kwenu, as well as other multicultural student organizations. Leandra spends a lot of her time looking for more languages to learn–currently speaks English and French fluently, took Spanish in highschool, and is taking Korean now–and analyzing movies and shows! Her fun fact is that she accidentally kicked a chicken when she was young and that led to her love of learning about new cultures and languages. Leandra joined Lock and Chain in search for a community that values group bonding as much as it values ensuring each other's overall success.

Sarah "Intention" del Carmen Camacho

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Ezinne "Equanimity" Ibeku

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Renée "Substance" Austin

Renée is from Seattle, WA, but grew up in Chicago and moved to Phoenix during her childhood. She plans to study Dance and Psychology, in addition to pursuing Pre-Health. At WashU, she is a Washington University Student Associate (WUSA), the PR Chair for the WashU Hip Hop Union (WUHHU) Executive Board, a member of the Questbridge Scholar and Deneb STARS leadership programs, and a member of CityDance, a dance club focused on outreach and dance education for St. Louis youth. Renée joined Lock and Chain to become a part of a legacy of leaders serving the WashU community, in addition to bonding with and learning from her peers. In her spare time, Renée loves to choreograph, make playlists, exercise, spend time outside, and spend time with her family and friends, be it over Zoom or socially distanced in person. A fun fact about Renée is that she has been dancing since she was 2 years old and has training in over 10 different styles!

Vivienne "Dynamism" Chang

Vivienne is a double major in Economics and Finance with a minor in Dance (which is very exciting!) originally from the Bay Area. She considers herself as a very excitable person as showcased through the myriad of things she is part of - WashU Dance Theater, Student Life Newspaper, Taiwanese Student Organization, Chinese Yo-Yo Club, and Moneythink. In her free time she loves to write Yelp reviews and exercise with my friends over Zoom! Vivienne can talk about many things for hours, but here are her few favorite conversation points - ask her about her endeavors into promoting Taiwanese/Taiwanese American culture in my community AND whale sharks (her favorite animal). Vivienne is excited to join Lock and Chain this year and bring some DYNAMISM! Shout out to her mom, dad, and little sister - 我愛你!

Bihotza "Kinesis" James-Lejarcegui

Bihotza is majoring in International & Area Studies and minoring in French. She currently lives in Minnesota, but grew up in Iowa City, Iowa, and lived a year in Ecuador for her gap year before attending college. At Wash U, she is a Rodriguez Scholar, an APM for Deneb STARS, a dancer on WUSauce, and the Vice President of the newly founded club WNMA (Women & NonBinary Multicultural Association)! She applied for Lock & Chain because she felt that clubs at Wash U are often either socially oriented without a clear purpose, or have a strong agenda without a sense of community, and that Lock & Chain combines both family-bond with community service. Bihotza enjoys the outdoors, fostering her emotions through the arts, traveling, activism, and relishing in her friendships. Her fun fact is that she lived a few years of her childhood on her grandparent’s llama farm.

Christian "Vitality" Bean

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Alexus "Gusto" Sanders

Alexus is studying Computational Biology and Genomics with minors in Computer Science and Anthropology. She is from Marshfield, Missouri about 3 hours south of St. Louis. She is a part of the Washu communities of Society of Women Engineers and the Biomedical Engineers Society. She also works on studying the symbiotic relationship between a social amoeba and bacteria in the Queller-Strassmann Laboratory on the Danforth Campus. Alexus spends her extra time hanging out with her friends, listening to music, and reading CRISPR articles. She joined Lock and Chain to be connected to a series of scholars and like-minded students. 

Justin "Resilience" Woods

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