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College news: Grads, scholarships and merit

College news: Grads, scholarships and merit

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St. Olaf grads

NORTHFIELD, Minn. — The following local students graduated with the St. Olaf College Class of 2020:

Benny Goetting, Individual Major, Houston High School, child of Harvey and Greta Goetting

John Loepfe, Exercise Science, La Crescent High School, child of Thomas and Susan Loepfe

Western Technical College

Western Technical College is pleased to announce the names of the Summer 2020 graduates.

Anna Gady of Houston: Emergency Medical Technician—Basic program

Tyler Hoskins of Rushford: Emergency Medical Technician—Basic program

Amy Jore of La Crescent: Accounting Assistant program

Ellie Kath of Brownsville: Nursing Assistant program

Nichole Kruger of Houston: Business Specialist program

Amanda Lenser of La Crescent: Leadership Development program

Sidney Olson of Caledonia: Emergency Medical Technician—Basic program

Ebony Shannon of Caledonia: Nursing Assistant program

Dakota Stampka of Houston: Robotic Welding & Fabrication Specialist program

Katelyn Stemper of Caledonia: Nursing Assistant program

Karissa Welscher of Eitzen: Paramedic Technician program

In total, 163 graduates received an associate’s degree or technical diploma in the 2020 Summer Term.

UW-Stevens Point grads

STEVENS POINT, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point conferred degrees on more than 1,100 graduates for the spring 2020 semester.

Carlena Yang, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Interior Architecture, Summa Cum Laude, La Crescent, Minn.


EAU CLAIRE, Wis. — Four hundred eighty-one incoming freshmen received scholarships from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for the 2020-21 academic year, with many students receiving multiple awards. Each award varies in amount and criteria. .

Zach Todd, Freshmen Honors Scholarship, Ralph E. Duxbury Biological Sciences New Student Scholarship, La Crescent High School


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