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EDUCATION BRIEFS

Tuesday, March 26, 2002

Briefs from the area schools and univiersities.

SL students earn President's Scholarships

Five Storm Lake area students have been awarded President's Scholarships from Buena Vista University.

They are Amanda Brummer, daughter of Jeff and LaDonna Brummer, 718 Geneseo Street; Jessica Netsch, daughter of Kelly and Judy Netsch, 112 Lake Street; Somphane Rattanavong, son of Peter and Jenny Rattanavong, 401 Superior Street; Nick Skibsted, son of Dave and Connie Skibsted, 1411 610th Street; and Roseanne Wolf, daughter of Raymond and Mary Wolf, 407 Ash Street.

They were selected to receive the scholarships to attend BVU during the 2002-2003 academic year.

The President's Scholarship recipients must meet two of the three following criteria: 3.75 GPA, 26 ACT or top 10 percent of their high school class.

SL pupils earn Blue & Gold Scholarships

Six Storm Lake students have been awarded Blue and Gold Scholarship from Buena Vista University.

They are Kurt Hanna, son of Michael and Pamela Hanna, 1615 Shoreway Road; Brenda Iehl, daughter of Roger and Caron Iehl, 216 Daphne Street; Khamfong Inthakone, son of Thong and Sima Inthakone, 5742 120th Avenue; Molly Kent, daughter of Deanna Russell, 905 Pleasantview Drive; Valerie McClure, daughter of Donald and Janet McClure, 420 Otsego Street; and Adam Thompson, son of Douglas and Jennifer Thompson, 18 St. Andrews Drive.

They were selected to receive the award to attend BVU during the 2002-2003 academic year. The Blue and Gold Scholarship recipients must meet two of the three following criteria: 3.25 GPA, 20 ACT, or top 50 percent of their high school class.

SL grad presents Senior Recital at Gustavus

Paul Miller, a senior at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn, presented his senior voice recital on Sunday, March 24, in the College's Bjorling Recital Hall.

Paul is a 1998 Storm Lake High School graduate and the son of Sharyl and Curtis Miller, formerly of Storm Lake and now residing in Cottonwood, Minn.

He is currently a senior at Gustavus with majors in music and history, and is a member of the Gustavus Choir and the Adolphus Jazz Ensemble.

Miller presented works by Menotti, Mahler and Britten and sang two American spirituals arranged for baritone by Harry T. Burleigh.

He continued with "Don Quichotte A Dulcinee" by Maurice Ravel and concluded with the American folk hymn "Wrestle."

Harringon, Schuster on UI Dean's List

Matthew Thomas Harrington and Jason Lee Schuster of Storm Lake earned Dean's List honors for the 2001 winter semester.

Harrington was required to maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA to be included on the Dean's List, while Schuster was required to maintain a minimum 3.25 GPA for the Pharmacy's Dean's List.



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