College News

October 22, 2013

By Staff

Local students graduate from WSU

The following students from Issaquah graduated from Washington State University in spring semester 2013:

Issaquah: Diana Anucinski, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice, Cum Laude; Benjamin Blustein, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Joseph Brendel, Bachelor of Arts, business administration, Cum Laude; Hailey Brown, Bachelor of Science, agricultural and food systems; Emeri-Erin Callahan, Bachelor of Arts, communication, Magna Cum Laude; Alexandra Dompier, Bachelor of Arts, education, Cum Laude; Christopher Galbraith, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; McKensie Gelber, Bachelor of Science, geology; Evan Heeringa, Bachelor of Science, construction management; Jens Holt-Jensen, Bachelor of Science, kinesiology; Taryn Hudgens, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Chad Johnson, Bachelor of Arts, social

sciences; Michael Kim, Bachelor of Arts, social sciences; Charles Kleiner, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Chelsea Krempl, Bachelor of Arts, communication, Cum Laude; Elizabeth Laws, Bachelor of Arts, philosophy and Bachelor of Science, microbiology; Lauren Loftis, Bachelor of Arts, philosophy and Bachelor of Arts, English, Magna Cum Laude; Connor McClain, Bachelor of Arts, business administration, Cum Laude; Ellen McNicoll, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Nicole Meiser, Bachelor of Arts, human development; Molly Nelson, Bachelor of Arts, education, Magna Cum Laude; Abby O’Brien, Bachelor of Science, kinesiology; and Kirstin Walter, Bachelor of Arts, apparel, merchandising and textiles

 

IHS graduate earns scholarship from WWU

McKenzie Clark, a 2007 Issaquah High School graduate, received a $2,000 Deans’ Scholarship from the College of Fine and Performing Arts from Western Washington University.

Clark, the son of Jim and Laurie Clark of Issaquah, is expected to graduate in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in music education, choral and instrumental.

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