Students Raise Funds and Celebrate at Annual Events

John Marshall students, faculty and staff again cut loose at this year’s Barristers’ Ball, hosted by the SBA. The group’s Public Interest Auction also was a great success, raising more than $5,000 that will go to students pursuing public interest careers. The Student Veterans of America also raised money to help fund housing for homeless veterans.

SBA President Raymond Rushing poses with Miss Criss and Dean William Powers at the annual Barrister's Ball.

SBA President Raymond Rushing poses with Miss Criss and Dean William Powers at the annual Barristers’ Ball.

The theme of this year's Barrister's Ball was Hollywood Glamour. The event was hosted at the Art Institute of Chicago.

The theme of this year’s Barristers’ Ball was Hollywood Glamour. The event was hosted at the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Student Veterans of America (SVA) members presented their bake sale proceeds to David Dempsey (center), Program Director for the St. Leo Residence for Veterans.

Student Veterans of America (SVA) members presented a check to David Dempsey (center), Program Director for the St. Leo Residence for Veterans. SVA held a one-day bake sale which raised $339. All proceeds went to St. Leo’s.

3L RiKaleigh Johnson bids on an item at the annual Public Interest Auction hosted on April 23.

3L RiKaleigh Johnson bids on one of the many items available at the annual Public Interest Auction hosted on April 23. All proceeds from the auction went towards providing fellow students with public interest scholarships.

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