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Schools & Students published Sept. 1, 2020

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College of St. Benedict

Named to the spring semester dean’s list with a GPA of 3.8 or higher at the St. Joseph school were:

Kandiyohi: Elise Vomacka

New London: Teresa Amaral, Riley Schneider

St. John’s University

Named to the spring semester dean’s list with a GPA of 3.8 or higher at the Collegeville school were:

Spicer: Hunter Fischer, Peyton Fischer, Will Fischer

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Willmar: Jarod Swoboda

University of North Dakota

The GPA for the honors designations are cum laude 3.50-3.69, magna cum laude 3.70-3.89 and summa cum laude 3.90-4.0. Graduating at the end of spring semester from the Grand Forks, N.D. school were:

Belgrade: Kara Stalboerger

Benson: Logan Flegel, Moriah Hovde, Eric Johnson

Clarkfield: Makayla Dyrdahl

Glenwood: Ryan Majerus

Holloway: Katie Holzheimer

Kerkhoven: Korissa Lindquist

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Litchfield: Maxwell Hyberger, John Spanos

Montevideo: Carson Hein

Morris: Bo Gullickson, Austin Hills, Melissa Koehl, Courtney Storck

Sunburg: Matthew Floura

Willmar: Carly Derouin, Jeremy Imdieke, Tabitha Klages, Ross Zappa

College of St. Scholastica

The GPA for the honors designation are cum laude 3.5-3.69, magna cum laude 3.70-3.89 and summa cum laude 3.90-4.0. Graduating at the end of spring semester with a bachelor's degree from the Duluth school were:

Benson: Jill Flaa, magna cum laude

Hancock: David Hughes

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Glenwood: Alexia Amundson, certificate in teaching

Litchfield: Reese Jansen, magna cum laude; Meghan Stordahl, cum laude

Morris: Allyson Olness

Olivia: Morgan Mack

Paynesville: Mesa Lieser, summa cum laude

Villard: Ellen Oeltjen, cum laude

Western Governors University

Graduating at the end of spring semester with a bachelor's degree from the online university unless otherwise noted were:

Lake Lillian: Ashley Johnson, master’s in nursing

Spicer: Joseph Brown, Trisha Negen

Willmar: Sarah Rud, master’s in nursing

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