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Snohomish resident a Berklee graduate

Aubrey Logan of Snohomish received a degree in Performance from the Berklee College of Music in Boston. She graduated from Berklee earlier this summer.

Berklee College of Music was founded on the principle that the best way to prepare students for careers in music is through the study and practice of contemporary music.

Local students on honor society rolls

The following students from Snohomish County were named to the Whitworth University Laureate Society for fall semester 2010:

Kayla Anderson of Everett, Jordan Beauchamp of Camano Island, Shealyn Campbell of Greenbank, Monika Cetnarowski of Mukilteo, Benjamin Everett of Everett, Laura Everett of Everett, Benjamin Iddins of Clinton, Heather Kirnak of Bothell, Christian Legaspi of Snohomish, Maya Lewis of Bothell and Adriane Lunday of Arlington.

Dana Nielsen of Snohomish, Katherine Palmer of Snohomish, Anna Peterson of Lake Stevens, Kellie Roberts of Snohomish, Lauren Sandelius of Mill Creek, Jordan Scholten of Snohomish, Jill Smith of Mukilteo and Amy Wyatt of Bothell.

The students qualified for the academic honors society by maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.75.

Everett student on SMU honor roll

Candace Wanner of Everett, a first-year student at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, has been listed on the school’s honor roll.

To be included, students must be in the top 15 percent of their school of record.

County students on Columbia dean’s list

The following students were included in the Columbia College-Marysville dean’s list:

Arlington: Lindsey Dahlke.

Everett: Joseph Greene, John Hull, Kristen Kurek, Joshua Meeks, Heath Ryan, Aaron Seaman and Sherry Smith.

Lake Stevens: Oshea Ricks and Bryan Terry.

Lynnwood: Faith Jeffery and Glenn Martell.

Marysville: Nazmi Abu, Marlon Andrews, Mathew Davis, Vanessa Edwards, John Fuller, Suhrob Hasanov, Karl Renfro, Megan Sheldon, Paul Steinbach, Heather Thompson and Aurea Tuazon.

Stanwood: Bryan Geubelle.

Students must meet the following requirements for the dean’s list: minimum of 12 semester hours of course work completed in two consecutive terms, and a grade point average of 3.5 or higher earned in two consecutive terms.

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