Delaware Law School announces graduates

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Delaware Law School graduate

CHESTER, Pa. — Widener University Delaware Law School celebrated commencement on Saturday, May 21 in Wilmington.

Dianna Louder, of Felton, and Angela Vest, of Harrington, earned their Juris Doctor degrees.


University of Delaware dean’s list

NEWARK, Del — The following local students have been named to the University of Delaware dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester:

  • Rourke Bonnell, Felton;
  • Katelyn Buban, Felton;
  • Kristen Buban, Felton;
  • Taylor Coleman, Felton;
  • Sarah Craster, Felton;
  • Erica Dean, Felton;
  • Peyton Dean, Felton;
  • Brooklynn Dodd, Felton;
  • Jekeijra Everson, Felton;
  • Ariana Gannon. Harrington;
  • Kylee Gardner, Harrington;
  • James Hanes of Frederica;
  • Hannah Harrell, Harrington;
  • Chelsea Heinsch, Harrington;
  • Erica Hickman, Harrington;
  • Kaitlyn Kaczka, Felton;
  • Melody Lugo, Felton;
  • Kyle Morrow, Harrington;
  • Natalie Orsatt, Viola;
  • Jessie Outten, Harrington;
  • Taylor Paskey, Felton;
  • Zachary Pearson, Felton;
  • Catherine Polinski, Viola;
  • Trevor Poole, Frederica;
  • Skyler Robbins, Frederica;
  • Sarah Russo, Frederica;
  • Cynthia Russomano, Felton;
  • Ryan Sanchez-Hayward, Felton;
  • Lucas Schurman, Harrington;
  • Briana Slater, Felton;
  • Kelsey Smith, Frederica;
  • Kyle Squier, Felton;
  • John Stout, Frederica;
  • Cody Stubbs, Harrington;
  • Madison Swenson, Felton;
  • Antonina Tantillo, Frederica;
  • Emily Tull, Felton;
  • Angela Zielen, Viola.

The dean’s list, an honor conferred at the end of the fall and spring semesters, recognizes outstanding academic performance by undergraduate students.

Undergraduate students who have been graded in a minimum of 12 credits counting toward their GPA for the semester and who have earned a minimum 3.33 GPA for a given semester are honored with dean’s list recognition for that semester.

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