Local Students Make Carthage College Dean’s List

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These local students are among 1,026 who made the Carthage College dean’s list for the fall 2017 semester:

Heather Beckman of Racine, WI

Eryn Benner of Racine, WI

Brett Bocciardi of Racine, WI

Katie Buckley of Racine, WI

Matthew Burton of Kansasville, WI

Emily Cichoski of Racine, WI

Rachel Cooke of Racine, WI

Wendy Cruz of Racine, WI

Felicity Daniels of Racine, WI

Aaron Douglas of Racine, WI

Trey Eckert of Racine, WI

Anna Faust of Union Grove, WI

Alexis Ford of Racine, WI

Ruth Gray of Sturtevant, WI

Mikaela Grunze of Waterford, WI

Lauryn Gullberg of Franksville, WI

Britton Herman of Mount Pleasant, WI

Jodie Hurd of Union Grove, WI

DeAnn Jones of Waterford, WI

Jordan Keller of Franksville, WI

Hayden Kempken of Burlington, WI

Emma Kiiskila of Union Grove, WI

Sophia Knapp of Kansasville, WI

Lucinda Krenzke of Racine, WI

Kayleigh Leonard of Franksville, WI

Lauren Lewis of Racine, WI

Catherine Mateljan of Racine, WI

Candice Mattie of Racine, WI

Kaitlin Michaels of Sturtevant, WI

Daniel Nichols of Racine, WI

Isabella Norante of Wind Lake, WI

Haley Olson of Racine, WI

Alexandria Olszewski of Racine, WI

Eve Plache of Racine, WI

Adam Rasmussen of Racine, WI

Dane Rasmussen of Racine, WI

Robert Rattle of Racine, WI

Elizabeth Renguette of Racine, WI

Ashley Rodriguez of Racine, WI

Mariam Rodriguez of Racine, WI

Daisy Rosenstock of Union Grove, WI

Alyssa Ruediger of Racine, WI

Kayla Saavedra of Racine, WI

Amy Stephan of Racine, WI

Kaytlin Stich of Racine, WI

Sophia Tajnai of Racine, WI

Brianny Tenuta of Racine, WI

Jessica Thierfelder of Franksville, WI

John Tierney of Racine, WI

Sophia Torosian of Racine, WI

Timothy Underwood of Racine, WI

Kylee Van Swol of Kansasville, WI

Brian Weir of Racine, WI

Rebecca Weiser of Waterford, WI

Hope Wesley-Early of Racine, WI

Samantha Woodward of Franksville, WI

Adam Worob of Waterford, WI

Steven Wright of Franksville, WI

Dean’s list honors are accorded to Carthage students who achieve a minimum 3.5 grade-point average while carrying at least 14 credit hours during a semester.

About Carthage College

Carthage combines an environment of reflection and self-discovery with a culture of high expectation so our students uncover and ignite their true potential. A four-year, private liberal arts college with roots in the Lutheran tradition, Carthage has a prime location in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The campus, an 80-acre arboretum on the shore of Lake Michigan, is home to 150 scholars, 2,600 full-time students, and 400 part-time students.