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August 31, 2013

Purdue University releases dean's list

Several local students were recently named to Purdue University’s dean’s list.

Area students making the cut were Darius Griffin, Quentin Parks, and Ezekiel Smith, all of Camby; Justin Montgomery of Fillmore; Rachel Bayless, Ashlee Booth, Havilah Champoux, Partson Chinyadza, Robert Colcord, Kelvin Dieser, Nicholas Dininger, Allison Eberle, Gabriel Fritz, Jillian Goodwin, Erica Gurnell, Eric Herrera, Rachael Hess, Hilary Hughes, Abby Humphrey, Alicia King, Kyle Leavitt, Levi Linville, Emmerson Mannin, Justin Mccabe, Danielle Mcneely, Christopher Mills, Isaac Nutter, Christy Ann O’Riley, Jill Owen, Jessica Oxford, William Parish, Puja Patel, Connor Priddy, Kyle Robinson, Marie Rodriguez, Sabrina Scalf, Adam Slagle, Daniel Sweeney, Gregory Timm, Elizabeth Tuck, Zijian Wang, Danielle Whitis and Rebecca Widau, all of Indianapolis; Adam Rice of Jamestown; Brianna Mullen Rachel Rippy of Ladoga; Kaytlynn Bohannon, Jacqueline Dieterlen, Jonathon Hawkins, Kendra Hedge, Valerie Kenneson, Zachary Kunkel, Alexander Lamb, Erin Lammott, Kathryn Lennox, Sean Mccullough, Cassie Perras, Corinne Price, Hannah Quellhorst, Bronson Stanley, Jamie Tinkle, Jessica Tinkle, Anna Triscari, Rachel Vanausdall and Sara Warren, all of Lebanon; Sarah Angermeier, Chloe Brizendine, Shannon Bruce, Carmen Dobbs, Luke Egenolf, Aaron Gegg, Cordon Gregory, Adam Hakes, Abigail Howden, Sophie Jones, Emily Justus, Lauren Kennedy, Tanner McKinley, Jacob Realey, Carla Ronan, Kimberly Schneider and Isaac Smith, all of Mooresville; and Rachael Aust, Cody Bates, Jacob Daghe, Ariel Faulkinbury, Samuel Higginbotham, Evan Staton, Patrick Tiffany and Jacob Wilson, all of Speedway.

About 9,600 Purdue University students were named to the dean’s list for the spring 2013 semester. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must have completed at least 12 credit hours, be enrolled at least half-time, have a semester grade point average of at least 3.0, and have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA.

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