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MOUNT UNION UNIVERSITY

Spring 2021 Deans List

The following Alliance region students have been named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2021 at Mount Union University. To be eligible, students must achieve a GPA of 3,550 or higher in at least 12 credit hours of traditionally graded courses with no grade below B. Mount Union has reported that 644 students have been named to the Dean’s List for the semester.

ALLIANCE – Larissa Alvarez, Abigayle Anderson, Bailey Balderson, Kiara Bennett, Essence Blue, Lillian Boehm, Willis Brienza, Gianna Cataloni, Alexandra Cox, Cameron Cox, Megan Denny, Natalie Dubaj, Shawn Eddy II, Maria Ellesin, Howard Frazier, Julianna Goshorn, Sydney Graffice, Gavin Geier, Blane Himmelheber, Amelia Holt-Hoskins, Tianna Kirkpatrick, Alexandrea Lemaster, Jarek Leonard, John Madison, Fatima Magana Meza, Adam McMillen, Andrew McMillen, Carlee Mitchell, Alysha Mitzel, Caitlyn Mitzel, Olivia Morey, Brennan Price, Kennedy Prochak, Kaleigh Richmond, Cortaise Rogers, Rylee Russo, Brooke Sams, Maria Sams, Madison Serrano, Hanna Shakhtra, Michael Shields, Krissy Tarter, Sarah Teutsch, Colton Wade, Allison Waggoner, Madalyn Waggoner, Teresa Wörther, Molly Wright and Anna Zumbar .

ATEAU – Sydney Parker.

BELOIT – Madison Dustman, Grace Heath, Jeffery Joseph, Jenna Smith, Brenna Walker, Micah Walker, Tessa Wells and Peyton Zamarelli.

COLOMBIAN – Jillian Beard and Alyssa Tohm.

DEERFIELD – Lauren Amodio, Nathaniel Kurtz and Megan Reihl.

HARTVILLE – Lily Bogunovich, Bailey Martin and Elizabeth Romigh.

HOME – Haley Jones, Sydni McQuilkin and Sarah Stanton.

LOUISVILLE – Kaylyn Bennett, Carson Davis, Jordan Davis, Zachary Eddins, Victoria Esposito, Brianna Funderburk, Maggie Galentine, Andrew Graham, Jackson Kandel, Carter Knopick, Brooke Layton, Hailey Miller, Taylor Orzo, Landis Rumble, Jacob Sanford, Sara Severns, Alexis Smith , Aerien Starkey, Avery Wengerter, Amanda Wesely, Corey White and Lauren Wines.

MINERVE – Jennifer Chadwell, Robert Floor, Amber Hume and Samuel Snyder.

NEW FRANKLIN – Connor Grandon.

SALEM – Joshua Andrews, Katelin Chilton, April George, Ryleigh Jones, Samantha May, Olivia McLean, Joselyn Miller, Madison Pidgeon, Kyle Spencer and Luke Weingart.

SEBRING – Bariah Coursin, Brandon Dare and Sabryna Roy.

PARIS TWP. – Alexis Castor and Brianna Gassman.

UNIONVILLE – Abigail Brock, Mackenzie Cavalier, Lindsey Collins, David Graber, Amanda Hegidus, Molly Hudson, Ronald Milam, Molly Muckleroy, Garrett Obourn, Allyson Pedone, Madison Pepper, Rachel Reese and Taylor White.

Amanda Morey of Alliance in Shakespeare at the Castle

An Alliance Woman is part of the cast of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, a Shakespeare in the Park production at Glamorgan Castle.

The seventh season of production will run August 5-8.

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Shakespeare’s comedic fantasy of four lovers who find themselves bewitched by fairies, is a devious reckoning with love, jealousy, and marriage.

Matthew Greenberg will direct the adaptation, which takes the play from 16th-century Athens, Greece, and drops it in 21st-century Athens, Ohio.

Morey will appear as Cobweb.

All four productions will begin at 7 p.m. and the grounds of Glamorgan Castle will open early for those who wish to have a picnic before the show. A vendor will also be on hand to sell desserts and drinks before the show and during intermission.

General admission presale tickets are $ 15 for adults and $ 10 for children. Bleacher presale tickets cost $ 10 for adults and $ 5 for students. Free for children under 6 years old. General admission tickets for the day will be $ 20 for adults and $ 15 for students. Day seating for the bleachers will be $ 15 for adults and $ 10 for students.

Tickets can be purchased at mountunion.edu/Shakespeare or by calling the Mount Union box office at 330-821-2565.

UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY

FINDLAY, Ohio – Alyssa May of Atwater is an intern with Kalmbach Swine Management in Deshler, Ohio in the summer of 2021. May, a student at the University of Findlay, is working on a degree in animal science.

GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

ATLANTA, Georgia – Uniontown’s Andrew Rohweder has been named to the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Spring 2021 Dean’s List. To be nominated, undergraduates must achieve an academic average of 3.0 or higher for the semester .

MARIETTA COLLEGE

MARIETTA, Ohio – Two Alliance region students have been named to the Spring 2021 Dean’s List at Marietta College. To be nominated, full-time students must complete at least 15 credit hours with a GPA between 3.5 and 3.74. Named were Alliance’s Maggie Fellers, a Marlington High School graduate who majored in exploration; and Brogan Fisher of Homeworth, a graduate of West Branch High School majoring in petroleum engineering.

UNIVERSITY OF CUMBERLANDS

WILLIAMSBURG, Kentucky – The University of the Cumberlands has announced that students are named to its Dean’s List for Spring 2021. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours and accumulate a GPA of 3 , 50 or more. Shannon Dillow of Uniontown has been appointed.

WESTMINSTER COLLEGE

NEW WILMINGTON, PA – Westminster College has named 411 students to its Dean’s List for Spring 2021. The following Alliance region students were on the list: Alliance’s Reese Leone, major in Sports Management ; Brock Powell of Salem, specializing in early childhood and special education; Jon Gerace de Salem, specializing in early childhood and special education; Joshua Hutcherson of Uniontown, majoring in nursing; and Kyle Youmans of Sebring, majoring in music education.

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN

LINCOLN, Nebraska – More than 6,800 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have been named to the Spring 2021 Dean’s List. Among the students was Kevin Christopher Dockery, a Uniontown junior who is majoring in microbiology and biology vegetable. To be named to the list, students must achieve a GPA of 3.75 or higher for the semester.

AUSTIN PEAY STATE UNIVERSITY

CLARKSVILLE, Tennessee – Brooke Harper of Columbiana was among more than 1,500 students to graduate in May from Austin Peay State University.

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