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Whidbey Island students graduate at UW

More than two dozen South Whidbey students graduated this month from the University of Washington.

From Clinton, the June 2011 graduates are: Caren Gloria Aguero (bachelor of arts, art history); Christina Marie Babcock (bachelor of arts, communication); Amanda Joyce Lavassar (bachelor of science, health informatics and health information management); Hannah Ruth Levi (bachelor of arts, interdisciplinary visual arts); Joseph Rollin McArdle (bachelor of arts, history); Jenica Dawn Nixon (bachelor of arts, early childhood and family studies); Robert Leon Norton Jr. (bachelor of arts, philosophy); Samuel Williams Shupe (bachelor of science, environmental science); and Rachel Elaine Standinger (bachelor of science, mechanical engineering).

From Langley, the graduates are: Dustin Mark Fairbrook (bachelor of science, civil engineering); Nathanial John Frei, (bachelor of arts, communication, bachelor of arts, history); Scott Michael Halliday, (bachelor of arts, international studies: general); Christian Louis Nilsen (bachelor of science, biology: physiology); Andrew Robert Schmidt (bachelor of arts, economics); Robert Butler Scott (bachelor of science, computer science); Whitney Elizabeth Wood (bachelor of arts, communication); and Daunne Bacon Zinger (bachelor of arts, dance).

From Freeland, the graduates are: Kylee Camarae Arnold (bachelor of arts, Japanese); Ember Wednesday Ellis (bachelor of arts, English); Carin Amanda Lodell (bachelor of arts, sociology); Daniel Warren Shafer (bachelor of science, computer engineering); Rhys Kelson Stanley (bachelor of arts, economics) and Mackenzie Mattson Straub (bachelor of arts, drama).

From Greenbank, the graduates are: Ian Michael Baublitz (bachelor of arts, mathematics: teacher preparation); and Elena Austen Caldwell (bachelor of arts, communication).

 

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