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14 from Russell Co. receive degrees from Lindsey Wilson

By Mariah Stearns

Fourteen Russell County residents received undergraduate or graduate degrees at Lindsey Wilson College's 105th commencement ceremony, held May 13 in Biggers Sports Center.

The college capped off its largest graduating class in the college's 114-year history at Saturday's spring commencement, held before a record crowd of over 3,000 guests. The college awarded a total of 282 undergraduate and graduate degrees.

The 14 Russell County residents who received degrees from Lindsey Wilson were:

  • Garrett Bryant of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Art degree in business administration

  • Wendy Castrejon of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree

  • Nicholas Coe of Jamestown earned a Bachelor of Art degree in middle grades education

  • Matthew Esau of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Art degree in business administration

  • Ashley Franklin of Jamestown earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology

  • Taylor Jones of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree

  • Mariah Hubbard of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Art degree in business administration

  • Shanna Jackson of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Art degree in English teacher education

  • Carlos Maldonado-Moshan of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology

  • Faith Marcum of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing

  • Shelby Rexroat of Russell Springs earned a Bachelor of Art degree in middle grades education

  • Andrea Roberts of Jamestown earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychophysiology

  • LeAnn Pulliza of Jamestown earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree

  • Macayla Vaughan of Jamestown earned a Master of Education degree in counseling and human development



This story was posted on 2017-05-23 15:18:52
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