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Passmore makes Johnson & Wales dean’s list

Johnson & Wales University has named Delaney Passmore to the dean’s list for the 2014-2015 fall and winter terms. Delaney is a 2014 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and participated in the Youth Entity program in Carbondale for three years before pursuing her major in baking and pastry arts. Delaney attends Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is the daughter of Lindsey and Lisa Passmore of Silt.

Stripp named UNC top scholar

Erika Stripp of Glenwood Springs was named one of the top students in chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Northern Colorado College of Natural and Health Sciences’ Undergraduate Academic Scholar Award ceremony on April 12. Program scholars were chosen by faculty based on outstanding scholarship, leadership and promise for the future.

Hailey makes Logan dean’s list

Patrick Hailey of Glenwood Springs was named to the dean’s list at Logan University for Fall 2014. Patrick is the son of Terri and Greg Hailey.

To qualify for Logan’s dean’s list, a student must achieve at least a 3.5 GPA or above while enrolled in a regular, full-time schedule of classes.

At Logan, Patrick is expected to complete a curriculum encompassing basic and clinical (diagnostic) sciences, chiropractic science, research and patient care. To receive the Doctor of Chiropractic degree, a student must complete 10 trimesters (the equivalent of five, two-semester academic years) of study.

Martin graduates from Goshen College

Mariah Martin, a Bible and Religion major from Glenwood Springs, was among 244 students to graduate from Goshen College on Sunday, April 26. Mariah attends Glenwood Mennonite Church.

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