Katrina Pinkney recently graduated from University of the Cumberlands (Kentucky). More than 2,100 people celebrated the completion of their undergraduate or graduate degrees. ••


Kamiah Jean was one of 33 Albright College students presenting original artwork for the Freedman Gallery’s annual juried student exhibit. A graduate of Dobbins CTE High School, Jean earned the Matthew Rein Art and Design Award for In a Room. Jean is studying fashion: design. ••

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Felicity Osborne, a freshman accounting major, was among more than 650 students named to the spring president’s list at Bob Jones University (South Carolina). The president’s list recognizes students who earn a 3.75 or higher grade point average for the semester. ••

Kyle Joshua Garland was among the more than 7,000 candidates for graduation last week in the University of Georgia’s Class of 2023. Garland earned a degree in Communication Studies. Graduation took place in Sanford Stadium. ••

Two graduates of Swenson Arts & Technology High School won awards at Albright College. Kyle Zayas, who is studying music industry studies and theater, earned the Albright Improv Award, a cash award given to the most outstanding member of Albright Improv. Marissa Hazzard, who is studying psychology and public health, earned the Cura Award. The Latin word Cura means “care,” and the award recognizes the student who has demonstrated significant service to charitable organizations, Albright and the community. ••

East Stroudsburg University’s Taylor Black was inducted into the Gamma Chi chapter of the Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honor Society. The membership criteria for Gamma Chi chapter of the Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honor Society is completion of a minimum of 12 credits in communication, an overall GPA of 3.0 or better and a major GPA of 3.25 or better. ••

Albright College’s class of 2023 graduates celebrated commencement on Saturday. The following local students graduated: Nicolette Dagostino (Abraham Lincoln graduate, degree in psychology, minor in criminology); Terrick Whitters (Central, degree in business administration, minor in public policy and administration); Julia Brinkerhoff (Lincoln, degree in psychology); Caleb Ferns (Holy Ghost Prep, degree in history); Marissa Hazzard (Swenson Arts and Technology), degree in psychology, public health); Isaiah Vargas (Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush, degree in music industry studies): Kyle Zayas (Swenson, degree in Music Industry Studies, Theatre); Nelson Junior Nunez (Community Academy of Philadelphia, business administration); Courtney Elizabeth Hoffman (Master of Science degree in General Education); and Az’Zahaier Miles (Lincoln, degree in business administration, music industry studies). ••

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