Congratulations to Veronica Chua, whose discovery of a rhinoceros beetle repellent derived from one of Guam's native plants earned her first place in the
37th Annual Island Wide Science Fair
, and a spot at NASA Space Camp in Alabama this summer. See all St. John's Science Fair winners
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Where are they now? This month we catch up with Kristin Oberiano, who is currently pursuing a double major in history and American studies at Occidental College in Los Angeles and serving her second year as captain of the Oxy Women's Golf Team.
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