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Jon Rosario, a sophomore majoring in industrial design from Ijamsville, is a mentor for the fall semester to first-year multicultural students in the University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Stoutward Bound program. Rosario participated in the program as a new student last year, virtually. He wanted to mentor “to help make someone else’s path through college as good as I can.”

Lateya Jordan and Marisa Munoz-Burlett, of Frederick; Sonja Roberts, of Damascus; Ayana Artopee, of Monrovia; James Rosebrock, of Jefferson; and Shina Kang, of Clarksburg, made the dean’s list for the summer semester with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).

Bruno Mochi, of New Market, a homeschool graduate, is pursing a bachelor’s in chemistry and mathematics. Bruno is a resident assistant at Lebanon Valley College, in Annville, Pennsylvania.

The following area students are among the first-year students attending the fall semester at Lebanon Valley College: Mitchell Gearhart, of Smithsburg; Kelby Benjamin, of Woodsboro; and Jacob Montgomery, of Walkersville.

Angelina Rangel, of Clarksburg, was inducted into the University of Maryland Global Campus chapter of Phi Kappa Phi.

Molly Sherman, of Dickerson, a senior at McDaniel College in Westminster, was awarded a Summer Intern Fellowship from the college’s Center for Experience and Opportunity. Sherman, a double major in economics and environmental studies with a specialization in biology, spent her summer working at Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory (MAGIC) in Westminster.

Kathleen Halley, of Frederick, graduated in May, cum laude, with a degree in criminal justice from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.

The following local students graduated in September at Hood College: Andrew Glatfelter, bachelor’s in business administration; and Bora Linda Vann, bachelor’s in art and archaeology.

David McBain, of Damascus, was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at The Citadel, in Charleston, South Carolina.

Evan Williams, of Woodbine, plans to major in international business at the College of Charleston Honors College, in South Carolina.

This summer, Emmanuel Assurian, of Clarksburg, completed Advanced Camp, U.S. Army Cadet Command.

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