LaGrange College graduates, Lipscomb University academic achievement

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Local students recognized at LaGrange College commencement


The following LaGrange area students graduated during LaGrange College’s 183rd commencement May 17: Ashleigh Brooke Addison, B.A. in early childhood education, cum laude; Katie Leigh Anderson, B.A. in early childhood education, summa cum laude; Jana Brooke Andrews, M.Ed., curriculum and instruction; Charles Timothy Aplin, master of arts in teaching; William Benjamin Arnold, B.A. in art and design; Brittany Jordan Blanks, master of arts in teaching; Jackie Marie Bowles, B.A. in business administration; Wendy Faye Brewer, master of arts in teaching; Meagan Diane Brown, M.Ed., curriculum and instruction, cum laude; Summerlin Sage Browning, B.S. in nursing; Joseph Wesley Cleary, master of arts in teaching; Turner McCray Davis, B.A. in biology; Erin Joy Duquette, B.A. in theatre arts; Cherise Jacquelyn Earley, B.A. in biology and B.S. in biology; Polly Elizabeth Griesbach, master of arts in teaching, magna cum laude; Latoya Michelle Griffin, B.S. in nursing; Angel Michelle Hamlin, master of arts in teaching; Rebecca Nancy Henderson, B.S. in nursing, with distinction; Harry Haak Hinson, B.S. in biology; S. Jean Hixson, M.Ed., in curriculum and instruction, cum laude; Sara Joy Hodge, B.A. in early childhood education; Elisabeth Granger Horton-Cook, B.A. in English, summa cum laude; Karley H. Huddleston, master of arts in teaching; Ronyell KeVet Jackson, B.A. in human development, with distinction; Savannah Anne Kemp, B.S. in nursing; Jamira Jordana Kendricks, master of arts in teaching; Danielle Elizabeth Little, M.Ed. curriculum and instruction; Kathryn Jo Massey, master of arts in teaching; Ryan Michael McArthur, B.S. in nursing; Kelsey Joyce McClain, B.S. in nursing, with distinction; Abriel Mieada McFarland, B.A. in early childhood education; Tarlisha Chavonne McFerson, B.A. in public health and B.A. in business administration, magna cum laude; David John McGreal, M.Ed. curriculum and instruction; Sean Michael McNamee, B.A. in political science, cum laude; Daniel Lamar Meadows, B.A. in computer science, magna cum laude; Tyler Allan Miller, B.A. in history; Lindsey Judith Morton, master of arts in teaching, magna cum laude; Jennifer Trang Nguyen, B.A. in psychological science; Christine Marie Nobley, education specialist degree, summa cum laude; Matthew Joshua Norton, B.S. of nursing; Holly Crow Scott, B.S. in nursing; Jack Kirk Slay, B.A. in early childhood education; Vera Lynn Stancil, B.S. in nursing, cum laude; Dawn Turner Stone, B.S. in nursing; William Nathan Swanson, B.S. in nursing; Destinie Rinashlie Thomas, master of arts in teaching; Jamie Leah Thomas, master of arts in teaching; Jody Alan Thomas, B.S. in biology; Kensey Malone Thompson, B.S. in nursing; Destiny LaShea Thornton, master of arts in teaching; Jacqueline Jasmine Tipsword, B.A. in sociology, magna cum laude; Karoline Hull Turner, B.S. in nursing; Patrick William Walker, B.A. in chemistry; Amy Freeman Ward, education specialist degree, magna cum laude; Monica Lynn Wheeler, M.Ed., in curriculum and instruction; Christopher Isaiah Whitfield, B.A. in political science; Jennifer Parker Wiggins, B.A. in history; Kenya McWilliams, B.A. in business administration; Misty Jo Williams, education specialist degree.


The following students from West Point also graduated: Maria Shepard Davis, B.A. in public health and B.A. in business administration, cum laude; Joanna Faith Lee, B.A. in business administration, summa cum laude; Viviane St. Cloud-Noel, B.S. in nursing and undeclared major.


Two students from Woodbury honored were Jessica Haley Evans, B.S.in nursing; and Chelsea Taylor Waddell, B.S. in nursing.


Georgia’s oldest private institution of higher learning, LaGrange College is a four-year liberal arts and sciences college affiliated with the United Methodist Church.


LaGrange student awarded for academic excellence at Lipscomb University


NASHVILLE — LaGrange student Noni Major was honored at Lipscomb University for academic achievement during the spring semester 2014, said Dr. Craig Bledsoe, provost.


Major, a LaGrange High School graduate and nursing major, has been placed on the Provost’s List.


At the end of each semester, students who make perfect grades for the semester while taking at least 12 credit hours are named to the Provost’s List. Students who achieve a grade average of 3.5 to 3.99 are named to the honor roll.


Lipscomb University delivers a complete liberal arts education characterized by an integration of Christian faith and practice with academics.

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