College News

May 29, 2012

By Staff

Student’s art to be featured at Cornish College of the Arts

Kayti Dupar, a 2004 graduate of Issaquah High School and graduating senior art major at Cornish College of the Arts with a focus in painting and print art, was featured at Cornish’s 2012 Art and Design BFA Show in May.

The BFA Exhibition is the crowning achievement for graduating seniors from art and design, announcing their introduction to the community as emerging artists and designers. This exhibit showcases the work of 67 individuals representing a survey of new ideas, themes and techniques that amalgamate our contemporary visual landscape.

View a sample of Dupar’s work at www.cornish.edu/exhibitions/bfa/art/#kayti_dupar.

Students graduate from college

  • Daniel Giles, son of Rhinee Yeung, of Issaquah, graduated from Westminster College, in New Wilmington, Penn., with a degree in physics.
  • Carly Overton, a 2008 graduate of Issaquah High School, graduated May 12 from the University of Idaho, in Moscow, Idaho, with a bachelor’s degree in interior design and has been accepted to the University of Idaho graduate program in architecture beginning this fall.

Students named to deans’ lists

  • The following students from Issaquah were recently listed on the 2012 spring semester dean’s list at the University of Portland: Allison Beck, senior, political science; Kelsey Hu, freshman, civil engineering; Amanda Marques, sophomore, nursing; Shelby Miller, sophomore, psychology; Hannah Schultz, senior, communication; Charles Wood, senior, electrical engineering. To qualify, students need at least a 3.5 grade point average.
  • Alexander Gruber, of Issaquah, was named to the dean’s list at the University of New Haven, in West Haven, Conn., for the spring 2012 semester. To qualify, students must have a 3.5 or better cumulative grade point average.
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