Island students make OSU honor roll

  • Friday, April 24, 2020 4:48pm
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Students who have made the Scholastic Honor Roll for winter term at Oregon State University were recently announced.

The list includes the following from Whidbey Island residents who earned a GPA of 3.5 or better:

Oak Harbor

Michelle L. Daughtrey, senior, earth sciences; Tyler L. Lauzen, senior, geography and geospatial science; Brenna J. Rothman, sophomore, biology.

Langley

Russell K. Daly, freshman, general engineering.

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