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Several locals among many earning spring Purdue honors
Thursday, September 5, 2013 7:35 AM
About 13,600 Purdue University students earned semester honors for the spring 2013 semester.
Among them were several Huntington County students.
Students earning semester honors include:
Andrews - Marissa Stoffel, Kellie Guhl, Laura Langsdale and Nick Yarger.
Huntington - April Campos, Kiela Clore, Emily Ditzel, Chelsea Hargrove, Mary Jackson, Allissa McMullen, Heidi Nissley, Luke Pike, William Schenkel, John Till, Melissa Cuttriss, Jordan Garrity, Jenna Engelberth, Adi Ben-Yehoshua, Lior Ben-Yehoshua, Jon- athon Yarde and Jericho Parrett.
Also, Travis Bradin, Christopher Felton, Brandon Gage, Angela Grose, Scott Jagger, Michael Merryman, Barbra Sprinkle and Joseph Christen.
Markle - Jessica Morgan, Colt Irick, Christina Taylor, Stephanie Douglass and Mitchell Corbat.
Roanoke - Amy Barnes, Kaleb Fowler, Kyle Luithly, Kristen Michelle McNair, Patrick Surine, Stephen Zahm, Elizabeth Tobin, Christine Peters, Jessica Stahly, Samuel Schaffter, Kourtney Freiburger, Arissa Doran, Jennifer Kummer and Laura Muntzinger.
Warren - Amanda Stoffer, Elizabeth Blinn, Acacia Herr and Alex Fiock.
Zanesville - Alyssa Tucker.
To earn semester honors, students must be attending at least halftime, have at least a 3.5 semester grade point average and at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.