During the May 22 Zero Year Reunion brunch, several graduating seniors were honored for their contributions to the Institute.

The Willie Stanton Award, presented to the senior(s) judged to have contributed the most in service to the student body, was awarded to Jeffrey Morton, a mechanical engineering major from Delmar, N.Y., and Joel Mowatt, a biomedical engineering major from Staten Island, N.Y.

The Livingston W. Houston Citizenship Award, honoring the “first citizen of the college,” ranking high in character, leadership, scholarship, and athletic ability, was awarded to Brock Higgs, a business and management major from Kingston, Ontario.

The Leopold L. Balleisen Prize, honoring a senior student athlete who has won a varsity letter in at least one sport during two undergraduate years and who stands highest academically in the senior class, was awarded to Grace Tilton, an aeronautical engineering major from Concord, N.H.

Photos by Ryan Baltazar