St. Mark’s Student Leadership.
St. Mark’s student leadership group strives to make St. Mark’s a community by welcoming new students to our parish. Our focus is on Faith, Fellowship, and Friends. We plan social events where students can get to know each other and build their faith together. If you have any questions email us at email@example.com or talk to any of our members after Mass (or around campus).
2015 – 2016 Student leadership.
The 2015-2016 Student Leadership welcomes all new Freshmen, Transfer Students, and returning Students. We look forward to meeting you at Mass and our events over the coming year. Look for us tabling at the University Center during the Week of Welcome for a list of events we will be holding.
Katie Devlin was born and raised in the Bay Area. She is a fourth year Economics major. She is the president of the Student Leadership, and lectors at the 10 A.M. Mass. She is also the President of UCSB Students for Life, the campus pro-life club.
Favorite food: Potatoes au gratin
Favorite music: Folk music
Favorite saint: St. Rose of Lima and St. Kateri Tekakwitha
Favorite collegiate team: UCSB Basketball
Superpower you’d want: Ability to breath under water
Christine Hamlin was born and raised in San Diego. She is a fourth year CCS Literature major. She is the coordinator for the SEARCH retreat and lectors at the 7 P.M. Mass.
Favorite food: Cobb salad
Favorite music: film scores
Favorite Collegiate Team: SDSU men’s basketball I guess?
Favorite Saint: St. Bernadette
Superpower you would want: Osmosis from book to brain via pillow
Jacqueline Yap is from San Diego. She is a member of the Faith Enrichment Ministry and the Children’s Ministry.
Favorite food: Spaghetti
Favorite music: Alternative/Rock
Favorite collegiate team: Torero Volleyball Team
Favorite saint: Saint Joseph of Cupertino
Superpower you’d want: Telekinesis
Raquel “Rocky” Arteaga is from Chino Hills. She is a third year Biology major. She is the secretary for the Student Leadership.
Favorite food: Anything sweet!
Favorite music: Alternative
Favorite Saint: St. Veronica
Superpower you would want: To control time!
Mark Mallari is from Corona. He is a third year Biology major. At St. Mark’s he is a Lector and Eucharistic Minister at the 7 P.M. Mass and he is leads the Events Ministry.
Favorite food: All pasta
Favorite music: The 1975 and The Neighbourhood
Favorite Collegiate Team: Go Gauchos!
Favorite Saint: St. Luke and St. Therese of Lisieux
Superpower you would want: Psychic powers would be pretty sweet!
Gerald Caligaris is from Mountain View. He is a third year Economics major. He is a member of the Faith Enrichment Ministry.
Favorite food: MEAT
Favorite Collegiate Team: St. John’s College Intercollegiate Croquet Team
Favorite Saint: St. Thomas Aquinas
Superpower you would want: 18th Century Britain
Aime Casillas is from Chino Hills. She is a third year Communications and Film and Media Studies major. She leads a Bible Study, is a member of the Faith Enrichment Ministry, and works in the St. Mark’s office.
Favorite Food: Italian
Favorite Music: Indie and Worship
Favorite Saint: St. Paul
Superpower you’d want: Teleportation
Favorite collegiate team: UCLA… sorry UCSB
Randy Ho is the head sacristan at St. Mark’s. He is a fourth year majoring in microbiology, and hopes to become a doctor one day. As head sacristan, I am charged with the responsibility of recruiting, coordinating, and training (in tandem with Deacon Chris) the altar servers for both the 10 A.M. mass and the 7 P.M. student mass. In addition, I also coordinate the Extraordinary Ministers and lectors of the 7 P.M. mass.
And don’t be afraid to say hi if you see me!
Some interesting things about me:
1. I Can speak three languages: English, Vietnamese, and a bit of French. I am completely
fluent in English and Vietnamese. French still needs a lot of work…
2. LOVE seafood. Specifically shellfishes.
3. I can play solo fingerstyle acoustic guitar. You should search up “Andy McKee Drifting”
on youtube if you get the chance. His music is the kind of music I play.
4. If I could have one superpower, it’d be the power of healing. It’d make being a doctor