Fall 2010 Dean’s List
Alexander Casparius, American International College; Alexandra Wilkins, Berklee College of Music; Leland K. Foster, Binghamton University; Jennifer Chau, Abigail Hibbard, Sarah Krabbe, Bryant University; Melanie Peabody, Cazenovia College; Matthew Kalicky, Champlain College; Kyle P. Donovan, Colby College; Kaitlyn Downs, Curry College; Gina Dean, Fisher College; Olivia Wilson, Gwynedd-Mercy College; Piper Knoth, Oxford College; Kayla Cogle, Angela Giordano, Chelsea Johnson, Kevin MacDowell, Adam Sleeper, Susanna Sprague, Connecticut College; Alexander E. Jordan, Yonatan Melamed, Audrey C. Seiz, Darko Mitrovic, Rachel A. Margolis-Pineo, and Meagan J. King, Katherine E. Driscoll, Clark University; Nicholas Viola, Elmira College; Rachel Merrill, Gettysburg College; Lydia Dennett, Hartwick College; Natasha Spellman, Loyola University Maryland; Eric Cathcart, Emma Macey, Providence College; Kristen Byrnes, Roger Williams University; Elizabeth Mosley, Sacred Heart University; Brian Reno, Skidmore College; Danielle Cusack, Francis Myatt, Cameron Sprague, Barry Teng, Elizabeth Webber, Saint Joseph’s College of Maine; Elizabeth Brown, Colin Ellis, Molly Lafferty, Saint Michael’s College; Emily Drosdik, Alexandra Fagone, Southern New Hampshire University; Jason Barriault, Miranda Bartlett, Matthew Peabody, Gabriella Russo, Springfield College; Kathleen Nicole Casasa-Blouin, St. Mary’s College of Maryland; Jane S. Farrell, Stonehill College; Dayna Kazilionis, Susquehanna University; Victoria Paine, Norwood Cohan-Smith, Trinity College; Hannah Robbins, Daniel Rowe, University of Maine at Augusta; Joshua Waxman, University of Massachusetts Boston; Cooper H. Van Vranken, Mark Beahm, Sarina M. Selleck, University of Vermont; Amy Catherine Miller, Washington University; Joe Stockmeyer, Washington and Lee University; Chris Brandmaier, Keleigh O’Neil, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Thomas Gainey, Xavier University.
Catherine McAuley High School junior Lulu Hawkes of Gorham was recently named the 2011 Poetry Out Loud State Champion. Her recitation of three poems, “Gitjanjali 35″ by Rabindranath Tagore, “Black Boys Play the Classics” by Toi Derricotte, and “A Song for Soweto” by June Jordan won her the state title and a trip to the national competition held next month in Washington, D.C.