Gonzaga University names local students to dean’s, president’s lists

  • Monday, January 22, 2018 12:50pm
  • Life

Gonzaga University in Spokane has recently announced its academic honors for the fall semester.

Several local students were named to the dean’s list, for earning a grade-point average of 3.5 to 3.84. They include: Brennah Houlihan and Jeb Kilfoyle of Carnation; McKenzie Craig, Sophie Hunter, Jakob Kirschenmann, Annabella Labate, Gillian Minnie, Kasandra Mora-Villalobos and Aleksandro Sanchez of Duvall; Jack Butler of Fall City; Aaron Bowe, Gunnar Conley, Lilia Haberman, Cameron Oen, Meaghan Victory and Jana Walker of Issaquah; Kelly Barry, Melina Benjamin, Mykaela Gardner and Lauren Rutherford of North Bend; and Alexander Johns of Snoqualmie.

Students named to the president’s list, earning a GPA of 3.85 to 4.0, included: Gage Catherman and Emma Farno of Duvall; Benjamin Bladow of Fall City; Annika Barnett, Dayna Grove and Ciara Patterson of Issaquah; Carly Goodspeed, Jesse Howland and Alyssa Rustik of North Bend; and Anne Jacobson of Snoqualmie.

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