SFU Humans: Camille Smithbauer

SFU Humans: Camille Smithbauer

Teresa Narduzzi, Staff Writer

As the homecoming court anxiously awaited the results in DeGol Football Stadium, Camille Smithbauer was internalizing the special opportunity before her. Smithbauer, a senior Occupational Therapy major, was voted by her peers as the 2017-2018 SFU Homecoming Queen. With a thankful heart and tearful...

November 18, 2017No Comments

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