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Education

May 24, 2012

Academic Achievers

(Continued)

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Ryan Landry, a sophomore philosophy major from Londonderry, has been named to the University of Dallas honor roll for the fall 2011 semester.

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Gina D'Isidoro of Derry was named to the Merrimack College fall 2011 semester dean's list.

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The following Londonderry students were named to the Merrimack College fall 2011 semester dean's list: Brendan Bioren, Brenna Hauptman, Kelcie Malloy, Briana Devereaux, Cameron Mastromarino.

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Margaret Pearson of Derry and Carinne Haigis of Londonderry, were named to the dean's list for the fall 2011 semester at the University of Maine at Farmington.

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Hilary Gorgol of Londonderry, a student at Saint Anselm College, spent her spring break on a concert tour of Europe with the college choir. The musical tour included stops in Cannes and Avignon, France, Monaco, and Barcelona, Spain.

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Abigail Hutchins of Londonderry, a student in the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science at Syracuse University, was inducted into the PRIDE (Programs Rooted In Developing Excellence) Incentive Club.

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Joseph Swope of Derry was one of 22 University of Dallas philosophy students to present a paper during the Department of Philosophy's inaugural Philosophy Senior Conference on March 17. Swope's paper was titled "Where Are We Headed? An Ethics of Judgment in a Changing World." The one-day conference, "Philosophical Aspects of the Digital Age," addressed the impact of the digital age on human life and culture.

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Samuel Botero of Chester earned high honors on the winter trimester academic honor roll at Lawrence Academy.

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Jason Caldon of Londonderry has graduated from Excelsior College with a bachelor of science degree.

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Endicott College student, Kimberly Galluzzo of Londonderry, helped families obtain simple, decent and affordable housing with Habitat for Humanity in Laredo, Texas. Galluzzo participated in Habitat's national alternative break program, Collegiate Challenge, through Endicott College's Alternative Spring Break program, from March 10-17.

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