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- <div class="row"><div class="col-sm-6 senior-image"><img src="/live/image/gid/116/width/600/height/600/crop/1/src_region/69,155,545,631/4478_61532125_2446785872207666_813260389734154240_n.rev.1588108986.jpg" class="lw_no_picture" alt="" loading="lazy"/><p><strong> Alexander Cullison</strong><br/> Hometown: <strong>Branson, Missouri</strong></p></div><div class="col senior-detail"><h2 class="senior-name py-2 m-0"> Alexander Cullison </h2><div class="senior-info"><div><em>summa cum laude</em></div><strong> Anthropology</strong> with Departmental <span><ul class="multi_value"><li>Honors</li></ul></span><br/><strong>Modern Languages</strong><p class="hometown">Hometown: <strong>Branson, Missouri</strong></p></div><div class="senior-awards"><a href="/commencement/prizes-awards/?name=Alexander Cullison"><ul><li>James E. Lockwood’34 Award (Anthropology) </li><li>Charles Eugene Street Memorial Endowed Award in Russian or Modern Languages </li><li>Student Excellence and Leadership Academic Excellence Award </li><li>Phi Sigma Iota Honor Society </li></ul></a></div><div class="senior-quote"><em><p> “Alex has been a friend for all 4 years at Beloit. He has always been there for me when I needed him and has helped me grow.”</p><p> “Alex has been a conscientious staff member in Career and Community Engagement Center for two years. He has been a backbone of our work, as we transitioned databases (not an easy task), updated our resources, and served students. He is also a McNair scholar and his research interests in language and culture will undoubtedly make him an excellent graduate school. Finally, he is an involved member of the Beloit Community and has served BSFFA and student government during his time as a student.”</p><p> “I remember Alex joining our program at the beginning of his Sophomore year. As part of the orientation, we were kayaking down the Kishwaukee River. And now, here he is about to graduate with his degree with nearly a 4.0, a McNair scholar, and having studies abroad. What a scholar!”</p></em><div class="m-3 clearfix"><a href="/commencement/senior-profiles/index.php" class="d-inline-block pull-right"><i class="fa fa-refresh fa-2x"/></a></div></div></div></div>