Celebrations: July 11

July 8, 2013


· The following graduates earned bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in May: from Glendale, Peter Bootsma, biology, and Michael Dvorak, mathematics cum laude; from Mequon, Katie Bates, musical theater, Paul Fix, geoscience-hydrogeology, Cecelia Hill, theater arts-design/technology, and Patrick Otero, resource management; from Thiensville, Lydia Hynson, music performance, and Corey Mueller, resource management; and from Whitefish Bay, Scott Halperin, philosophy-environmental ethics.

·Matthew Morris of Mequon and Erick West of Whitefish Bay earned bachelor's degrees, in political science and in psychology, from the University Minnesota Duluth in May.

· The following students made the spring semester dean's list at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire: from Bayside, Jason Bonfiglio; from Mequon, Carolyn Apfelbach, Sarah Brendemuehl and Daniel Weber; from Shorewood, Stephen Fong; and from Whitefish Bay, Jennifer Browne, Kelsey Jeffery and Lauren Powell.

· The following students made the spring semester dean's list at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: from Glendale, Michael Dvorak, Konrad Holtz and Emily Lotz; from Mequon, Casey Barnes, Katie Bates, Paul Fix, Ashley Hansen, Erin Held, Cecelia Hill, Emily Mitchen and Kendall Waddington; from Thiensville, Lydia Hynson and Erika Klefstad; and from Whitefish Bay, Scott Halperin, Claire Riordan and Hannah Williams.


· The following were among 20 Milwaukee-area music students to earn Civic Music Association High School Awards: Connor Scott, saxophone player at the University School of Milwaukee in River Hills; Henry Cummings, baritone at Shorewood High School; Jordanna Farkas, flute player, and E.J. Spencer, baritone, at Dominican High School in Whitefish Bay; and Zach Tazalla, bass/tenor at Whitefish Bay High School.

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