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Students from Kent make WSU President's Honor Roll for fall semester

For the Reporter

Washington State University's President's Honor Roll for the 2013 fall semester includes a large contingent of students from the Kent area.

The President's Honor Roll recognizes students who stand above the rest with excellent academic performance. To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine graded hours in a single term at WSU and earn a grade point average of 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA based on 15 cumulative hours of graded work.

The data displayed in the President's Honor Roll may be affected by students who restrict the release of some or all information about themselves.

The Kent-area students:

Kendra Janaye Alexson; Jessica Lauren Amoth; Melinda Elise Blain; Rachael Maye Brooks; Donald Alan Bursiel; Brittany Ann Chaffeur; Vitou Chea; Vinh Chouaychath; Sara Dakota Davison; Bailee Renee DePhelps; Gurpreet Kaur Dhatt; Savannah Kathleen Diaz; Aaron Andrew Dost; Zane Alexander Duke; Alexander Ray Figgins; Jacqueline Oreda George; Walter David Gramann; Keaton Andrew Gray; Keith Lewis Green II; Amber Nicole Green; Celena Lynne Hansen; Taylor Danielle Hay; Kelly Galene Heagerty; Manjot Kaur; Alexandra Marie Kerr; Collin Robert Lavachek; Patrick James Leckington; Krista Alexis Lee; Megan Michael Lee; Stacey Michelle Lenes; Natasha Manzee Li; Avery Code Maxwell; Janell Marie Middleton; Ryan Moloney; Myles Frederick Muehlbauer; Emilee Marie Olson; Kristin Nicole Onorati; Nichelle Price; Sarah Anne Robbins; Christine Michelle Rushton; Marisa Kay Stoick; Colleen Lynne Stuckey; Diana A Tarasevich; Tanna Kay Tingstad; Trevor John Williams; Erika Nicole Wood.

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