Kent students make the grade

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  • Wednesday, June 17, 2009 2:00pm
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Kent resident graduates

Brianna Popson recently graduated from the University of Portland with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.

Kent kids make the grade

The following students, all of whom identified Kent as their place of residence, made the Seattle Pacific University 2009 Winter Quarter Dean’s List. Students on the Dean’s List have completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.50 or higher grade point average:

Britney Samantha Boyer, Alyssa Riane Chavez, Bethany Christine Douglass, Alyssa K Enders, Angelina Paula Grigorenko, Katrina Rae Harper, Kirstin Marie Heckelsmiller, Kelsey Nicole Jenkins, Bonnie A Kirkwood, Daria V Li, Johrdashe Journey Loeber, Elaine Helen Nguyen, Pheakday Noeum, Amanda Lynne Noyes, Larita Ann Nunnery, Lindsay Mae Roos, Elizabeth Marie Kiyoko Shimaura, Blake Alexander Simpson, and Habtamu Abebe Tadesse.

Kent grad will lead CWU procession

Nicole M. Allen of Kent was one of six members of the 2009 Silver Cortege at Central Washington University’s Westside commencement ceremony June 14 in Seattle.

The Silver Cortege, which leads the procession of graduates into commencement, consists of a select group of junior students who have achieved academic excellence at CWU. Each student is chosen based on grade point average and credits completed.

Allen is an elementary education major at CWU-Des Moines.

Four from Kent make Gonzaga’s dean list

The following students were named among 683 to the Gonzaga University dean’s list for spring semester 2009. Students must earn a 3.5 to 3.69 grade-point average to be listed:

Brianna M. Armstrong, Laura M. Cochran, Maria R Di Re, and Elise L. Perkins.

Kent resident earns master’s

Stacie Marie Gath, a resident of Kent, was awarded a Masters of Arts in Adventure Education on June 6 from Prescott College in Arizona.

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