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School Briefs: June 11

Weston, Redding and Easton students earn accolades nationwide.

The University of Connecticut recently held its commencement ceremonies, and lots of Weston, Redding and Easton students were among those who earned diplomas:

  • EASTON: Harrison Ahluwalia, Kelsea Baker, Philip Battaglia, Ariane Centrella, Elizabeth Chu, Ernest DeLucia, Joanna Dougiello, Elizabeth Hebner, Shahina Jain, Jennifer Khamarji, Robert Lage, Matthew Lisi, Mary Smuniewski and Molly Valentine.
  • REDDING: Matthew Davis, Nadia Fletcher, Rachael Glidden, Deborah Gottlieb, Stephanie Letkowski, Brenna Regan, Michael Risbridger, Caroline Ronk, Seth Rosenberg, Simrinjeet Singh, Eliza Smith, Melissa Touma, Kate Wagner, Stephen Wahrenburg and Ewa Zywica.
  • WESTON: Carolyn Di Marco, James Gaffney, Oliver Gaffney, Jennifer Guha, Erica Palumbo, Joseph Sandolo, Jesse Sobelson, Arthur Steinschneider, Monika Sztachelsi and Sam Zwonitzer.

Washington College recently held its commencement ceremonies, and William Deegan, son of Martha and David Deegan of Weston, earned a bachelor of arts degree in history. 

Ruby Glaser, of Weston, has graduated from Whitman College with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology.

The following local residents were awarded bachelor of arts degrees from Connecticut College at the 94th commencement ceremony on May 20:

  • William Gross, of Weston, majored in philosophy.
  • Carrie Rubury, of Redding, majored in international relations.
  • Owen Wiseman, of Weston, majored in anthropology.

Keene State College has released the dean's list for the Spring 2012 semester. Among those named include:

  • Michael Garceau, of Easton
  • George Hebner, of Easton
  • Gavin Armstrong Taylor, of

 

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