College News

July 17, 2012

By Staff

Local students graduate from Washington State University

 

The following Issaquah students graduated during the spring 2012 ceremony at Washington State University, in Pullman.

Mia Abboud, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice; Kyle Bollinger, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Danielle Caschetta, Bachelor of Science, mathematics, Residency Teaching Certificate; Jenna Farr, Bachelor of Arts, business administration, Magna Cum Laude; Courtney Ford, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Sean Fotheringill, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Yosef Ghuloum, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Jordan Graham, Bachelor of Arts, history, Magna Cum Laude; Elise Gronewald, Bachelor of Science, civil engineering; Alexander Hill, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Maxwell Hochanadel, Bachelor of Science, construction management; Cora Houser, Bachelor of Arts, interior design, Magna Cum Laude; Lisa Jones, Bachelor of Arts, communication;Joseph Joo, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Thomas Kaser, Bachelor of Arts, hospitality business management, Cum Laude; David Marsh, Bachelor of Arts, business administration, Magna Cum Laude; Lesley Marsh, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences (general studies), Cum Laude; Audra McDaniel, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Marissa McGee, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Alex Miller, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences; Megan Paulsen, Bachelor of Arts, fine arts;  Jeffrey Rafuse, Bachelor of Arts, business administration, Magna Cum Laude; Sean Richardson, Bachelor of Science, psychology, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Eric Stewart, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Neil Stover, Bachelor of Arts, communication, Summa Cum Laude; Robert Westmoreland, Bachelor of Arts, communication; and Teresa Winterstein, Bachelor of Arts, communication

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