Friday, March 19, 2004



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Students make deans' lists

These students have been named to the fall term dean's list at their college or university:

Tiffany Wilson, a freshman in the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. The Ursuline Academy graduate is the daughter of Paulette and Hop Wilson of Symmes Township.

Lindsey Schaaff, a senior sociology major at the College of Wooster, Ohio. The Mount Notre Dame High School graduate is the daughter of Peggy and Steve Schaaff of Loveland.

Kathryn Olinger, a freshman in the honors program at Elon University, N.C. The Ursuline Academy graduate is the daughter of Mary Lee and Donald Olinger of Anderson Township.

Jacob Eapen, an economics major at Wheaton College, Ill. The Lakota East High School graduate is the son of Laly and K. Paul Eapen of West Chester Township.

Stephen Renzi, a freshman mechanical engineering major at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind. The William Mason High School graduate is the son of Deborah and Anthony Renzi of Mason.

Laura Griffith, a freshman at Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. The Seven Hills School graduate is the daughter of Mary and Michael Griffith of Montgomery.

Local grad earns scholarship

Kevin Meyer received a $6,000 scholarship to attend the University of Northwestern Ohio, Lima, by placing second in the university's scholarship test.

The Colerain High School senior is the son of Ann and Kevin Meyer of Colerain Township.

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