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Maryland Independent - - Community - Justin Rorie Emily Park Gor­don R. Wil­ford Den­zel Dykes Ta­sia Re­nee Butler Alexis Sher­rette Davis Carly Mercer Alexan­dria Barnes Ken­neth Wa­ters Jr. Brit­tany Hen­der­son Is­abella Re­ber

Rorie grad­u­ates from Delaware State

of White Plains grad­u­ated cum laude from Delaware State Univer­sity with a bach­e­lor of sci­ence de­gree in busi­ness man­age­ment. He was also com­mis­sioned sec­ond lieu­tenant at Delaware State.

Rorie is a 2012 grad­u­ate of North Point High School.

Park named to dean’s list at Susque­hanna Univer­sity

of Wal­dorf, a psy­chol­ogy ma­jor, was named to the dean’s list at Susque­hanna Univer­sity for the spring 2017 se­mes­ter. The dean’s list rec­og­nizes stu­dents who achieve a grade point aver­age of 3.4 or higher out of a pos­si­ble 4.0 for the se­mes­ter. To qual­ify, stu­dents must com­plete a min­i­mum of 12 se­mes­ter hours.

Park is a 2014 grad­u­ate of Thomas Stone High School. She is the daugh­ter of Joe and Lisa Park.

Wil­ford grad­u­ates from Wil­liams Col­lege

re­ceived a bach­e­lor of arts in clas­sics and phi­los­o­phy from Wil­liams Col­lege at the col­lege’s 228th com­mence­ment ex­er­cises on June 4, 2017. He is the son of Bar­bara and Mark Wil­ford of Brandy­wine.

Wil­ford, dur­ing col­lege, was a teach­ing as­sis­tant in phi­los­o­phy. In his ju­nior year he at­tended the Wil­liams-Ex­eter Pro­gramme at Ox­ford. He re­ceived the Dono­van-Moody and Lans­ing Fel­low­ships for grad­u­ate fund­ing at Ox­ford Univer­sity; the Collin and Lilli Roche 1993 Fel­low­ship for the­sis re­search on Plato’s moral psy­chol­ogy; two Class of 1957 re­search grants to per­form sum­mer re­search in phi­los­o­phy; and the La­zlo Versenyi Memo­rial Prize.

Ger­rity earns grad­u­ate de­gree from James Madi­son

of Wal­dorf grad­u­ated

of Wal­dorf was named to the dean’s list at Col­lege of William & Mary for the spring 2017 se­mes­ter. In or­der to achieve dean’s list sta­tus, a full-time de­gree seek­ing un­der­grad­u­ate stu­dent must take at least 12 credit hours and earn a 3.6 Qual­ity Point Aver­age dur­ing the se­mes­ter.

Butler grad­u­ates from James Madi­son

of Wal­dorf grad­u­ated with a de­gree in pub­lic pol­icy and ad­min­is­tra­tion from James Madi­son Univer­sity dur­ing the May 5, 2017, com­mence­ment ex­er­cises.

Davis named to dean’s list at Bay­lor Univer­sity

of Wal­dorf was named to the dean’s list at Bay­lor Univer­sity, Rob­bins Col­lege of Health and Hu­man Sciences, for the spring 2017 se­mes­ter. To be named to the dean’s list, a stu­dent must be an un­der­grad­u­ate with a min­i­mum grade-point aver­age of 3.7, while en­rolled in a min­i­mum of 12 se­mes­ter hours.

Mercer named to dean’s list at El­iz­a­beth­town Col­lege

of Wal­dorf was named to the dean’s list at El­iz­a­beth­town Col­lege for the spring 2017 se­mes­ter. Stu­dents on the dean’s list are full-time un­der­grad­u­ate

of Mar­bur y grad­u­ated with aca­demic hon­ors May 20, 2017, from Camp­bell Univer­sity School of Os­teo­pathic Medicine. She plans to com­plete her res­i­dency train­ing in emer­gency medicine in Vineland, N.J.

Cut­lip is a 2009 grad­u­ate of Henr y E. Lackey High School and a 2013 grad­u­ate of Mount St. Mary’s Univer­sity where she earned a bach­e­lor’s de­gree in bio­chem­istry.

Cut­lip is the daugh­ter of Dickie and Gay Cut­lip. Grand­par­ents are Joe DeLozier, Richard Cut­lip Sr., and the late Patsy DeLozier and Linda Cut­lip.

Barnes named to dean’s list at Quin­nip­iac Univer­sity

of Wal­dorf was named to dean’s list at Quin­nip­iac Univer­sity for the spring 2017 se­mes­ter. To qual­ify for the dean’s list, stu­dents must earn a grade point aver­age of at least 3.5 with no grade lower than C. Full-time stu­dents must com­plete at least 14 cred­its in a se­mes­ter, with at least 12 cred­its that have been graded on a let­ter grade ba­sis to be el­i­gi­ble. Part-time stu­dents must com­plete at least six cred­its dur­ing a se­mes­ter.

of Wal­dorf was among the grad­u­ate and un­der­grad­u­ate stu­dents rec­og­nized at Frost­burg State Univer­sity’s Hon­ors Con­vo­ca­tion in May 2017. He re­ceived de­part­men­tal hon­ors in theatre and dance.

Wa­ters per­formed in five pro­duc­tions, stage man­aged four, served as dra­maturg for “To Kill a Mock­ing­bird” and de­signed masks, light­ing and sound for five shows. He re­ceived two high hon­ors from the Kennedy Cen­ter’s Amer­i­can Col­lege Theatre Fes­ti­val: an Irene Ryan Nom­i­na­tion for his per­for­mance in “The Mouse­trap” and a Cer­tifi­cate of Merit for As­sis­tant Stage Man­age­ment for “Around the World in 80 Days.”

Hen­der­son in­ducted into honor so­ci­ety at Pitt-Bradford

of Wal­dorf, an ex­er­cise sci­ence ma­jor, was in­ducted into Al­pha Lambda Delta, the Na­tional Hon­orary So­ci­ety for First Year Stu­dents, dur­ing Hon­ors Con­vo­ca­tion at the Univer­sity of Pitts­burgh at Bradford.

Re­ber, Burke grad­u­ate from Loy­ola Univer­sity

of Wal­dorf and Emily Burke of Me­chan­icsville grad­u­ated May 20, 2017, from Loy­ola Univer­sity Mary­land.

Re­ber re­ceived a bach­e­lor of arts in global stud­ies.

Burke re­ceived a bach­e­lor of arts in po­lit­i­cal sci­ence.

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