Stephanie Gumabon-Greaver graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arcadia in December 2019 as an honors student with a History major and International Studies minor. She completed her senior thesis, a 52 page essay, on the Japanese human experimentation camp Unit 731. During her time at Arcadia, she served as a Senator on Student Government, Chair of the Student Services Committee, the Undergraduate Representative for the Faculty Academic Committee, a member of the Provost Committee, a mentor at Parkway Northwest High School, and as the Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary of the Asian Students in America club on campus. She volunteered as an International Peer Associates League member and an English Conversation Partner, and is a member of the History Honor Society, International Scholars Society, and the International Studies Honor Society. She worked on campus at the Office of Sponsored Research and Programs and as a Student Ambassador. She is an advocate of animal rights, criminal justice reform, and ending the stigma around mental health. She spent her final semester interning with a Member of Parliament in London, and after graduation hopes to attend law school.