Community news roundup — schools, college, honor roll, graduates

September 2, 2014

By Staff

Montana State University Honor Roll

Issaquah: Dustin Fry and Kesleigh Walin (3.5 gpa or higer); and Laura Tochko (4.0)

Sammamish: Keegan McBride and James Nielsen (3.5 gpa or higher); and Kathryn Barnett (4.0)

Washington State University Spring 2014 graduates

Issaquah: Derek Blohowiak, Bachelor of Arts, computer science; Shawna Brennan, Bachelor of Science, environmental science; Robert Chavez, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Kathryn Cunningham, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Morgan Danner, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, education; Ryan Dickinson, Summa Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, political science; John Duffy, Bachelor of Science, construction management; Sean Elliott, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering; Christina Enyeart, Bachelor of Science, kinesiology; Jacob Farris, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Lindsay  Fracas, Bachelor of Science, civil engineering; Christopher Galbraith, Bachelor of Arts, sport management; Nicholas Galbraith, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Kayla Giles, Bachelor of Fine Arts; Kenneth Hitchings, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Christopher Hogan, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Kristina Hornland, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Kalia Jandoc, Bachelor of Arts, philosophy; Eunice Kwon, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Kelsey Larson, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Elana Levy, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, apparel, merchandising and textiles; Mony Loeum, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Thomas Mathai, Bachelor of Arts, humanities; Ryan McDonald, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Theodore Moore, Bachelor of Science, construction management; Ryan ErickNelson, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice, and Bachelor of Science, psychology; Christian Osgood, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Abigail Reinertsen, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Carly Ross, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Michael Sanders, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Justin Scherting, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Jason Scholl, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Kyle  Skavaril, Bachelor of Arts, sociology; Marc Smith, Bachelor of Science, construction management; Alex Stevens, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice; Nicholas Tochko, Bachelor of Science, natural resource sciences; Katherine Vlahovich, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Michelle Voetberg, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Alexandra Wilson, Bachelor of Arts, communication; and Will Zajac, Bachelor of Arts, business administration

Newcastle: Adam Dootson, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Reuben Factor III, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Kelsey Fletcher, Bachelor of Arts, apparel, merchandising and textiles; Henry Kohm, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Ryan Pendleton, Bachelor of Arts, business administration, and Bachelor of Science, economic sciences

Sammamish: Alex Boyce, Bachelor of Arts, history; Thomas Aarts, Bachelor of Science, biology; Kelsea Asher, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Dean Benveniste, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Kyle Bernard, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Mary  Bosseler, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Kenzie Carlson, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Taylor Corrin, Bachelor of Arts, history; Kevin Coslett, Bachelor of Science, economic sciences; Travis Cox, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Jane Dwyer, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Heidi Fielden, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, English; Julia Figone, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Samantha Gottschalk, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, apparel, merchandising and textiles; Riley Hill, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Chelsea Horton, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, education; Hayley Johnson, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Kaitlin  Kaiser, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Steven King, Bachelor of Arts, history; Turner  Lee, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Madeline March, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts,  business administration; Brianna Martensen, Bachelor of Arts, interior design; Craig Moscaret, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Tara Northey, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, history; Dillon Pericin, Bachelor of Arts, communication; Kacie Peterson, Bachelor of Arts, apparel, merchandising and textiles; Benjamin Ressler, Bachelor of Science, civil engineering; Daniel Seil, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice; Kelsey  Smith, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Michael Smith, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Lowell Troyer, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering; Jessica Walsh, Bachelor of Arts, digital technology and culture; Casey Whitcomb, Bachelor of Arts, business administration; Tyler Wilbert, Bachelor of Arts, criminal justice, and Bachelor of Science, psychology; and Dana Wilson, Bachelor of Arts, business administration

 

College graduates

Clare Pfeifer, of Issaquah, Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, psychology and anthropology, Lawrence University, in Appleton, Wis.

Thomas Rheaume, of Issaquah, Bachelor of Science, Emory College of Arts and Sciences, Emory University in Atlanta

Austen Case, of Issaquah, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, theater, Whitworth University, in Spokane

Kallee Hart, of Issaquah, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts, elementary education, Whitworth University, in Spokane

Kiesha Moya, of Renton, Bachelor of Science, health science, Whitworth University, in Spokane

Malorie Kerouac, of Issaquah, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts degrees in accounting and finance Western Washington University, in Bellingham

 

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