More than 60 alumni and current students in the USC Marshall School of Business attended the Minority MBA Day reception at the Faculty Center on Monday, Sept. 8. Dean Randolph W. Westerfield (far right) welcomed the incoming class, which is among the highest in minority participation in Marshall School MBA history: Fifteen percent of the incoming class is African American or Hispanic. Attending the reception were, from far left, Keith Vaughn, director, MBA admissions, and second-year students David Perez, Cheryl Lorenzo and Asia Bribiesca.M
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