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The following local students received degrees from Messiah College on May 17. Amanda Branum of Columbia graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in English. Branum was also part of the College Honors Program.
By Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@@dailyherald.com Valedictorians and salutatorians are going the way of eight- track tapes at Warren Township High School in Gurnee. Joining high schools such as Stevenson, Antioch and Barrington, Warren District 121 is dropping class rank for graduation recognition.
The following area students received degrees May 10 from Juniata College. Phillip Kyle Copley of Paradise, a bachelor of arts degree in politics. A 2004 graduate of Pequea Valley High School, he is the son of Wesley and Diana Copley. Elizabeth M.
By Andrew Rafferty William McCullough had some unfinished business to take care of before Seneca Vocational High School completed its final commencement on Sunday. The Class of 1945 graduate had to participate in the commencement ceremony.
By Lauren Garrison Graduates from four more area schools left their high school years behind Thursday.
By Sheila Rubin England Graduates from six area high schools were sent off to pursue their dreams after hearing words of wisdom Wednesday evening.
The following local students received degrees from Elizabethtown College on May 17: Christopher M. Schuch of Columbia, a bachelor of science in business administration"marketing. Catharine H. Scott of Columbia, a bachelor of science, magna cum laude, in health and occupation. Megan L.
By Paul Westmoore, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jun. 22--About 2,350 seniors will graduate from Niagara County's 10 public high schools in ceremonies through next Sunday, a number of them reaching unusually high levels achievement. The Class of 2008 has a lot to boast about.
By The Hartford Courant, Conn. Jun. 21--Students from four local school districts received diplomas Friday. Below are snapshots from each ceremony. BURLINGTON As proud parents crowded into Lewis S. Mills High School gymnasium, a bird flew from beam to beam over the heads of the 176 graduates.
By Monica Polanco Ken Byron and Andrew Porter, The Hartford Courant, Conn. Jun. 21--Hundreds of students in New Britain and Plainville celebrated their high school graduations Friday.
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