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More than 900 students have been named to the Carthage College dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester. Here are the students from Racine County that made the list:

Andre Antreassian of Racine (53402)

Eryn Benner of Racine (53405)

Brett Bocciardi of Racine (53402)

Asher Boucher of Burlington (53105)

Adam Bradshaw of Burlington (53105)

Hannah Cotter of Racine (53402)

Jacob Del Negro of Mount Pleasant (53406)

Natasha Dunn of Burlington (53105)

Trey Eckert of Racine (53402)

Anna Faust of Union Grove (53182)

Janice Fonk of Sturtevant (53177)

Paisley Forster Saunders of Racine (53406)

Shannon Gegare of Racine (53402)

Ruth Gray of Sturtevant (53177)

Mikaela Grunze of Waterford (53185)

Gabriel Hernandez of Racine (53404)

Bailey Hyatt of Mount Pleasant (53403)

DeAnn Jones of Waterford (53185)

Hayden Kempken of Burlington (53105)

Emma Kiiskila of Union Grove (53182)

Jessica Klincewicz of Mount Pleasant (53406)

Laura Lammert of Racine (53406)

Ellie LeCount of Mt. Pleasant (53406)

Alexandra Lutkus of Racine (53405)

Candice Mattie of Racine (53406)

Aliliywa Mbise of Racine (53405)

Christine McFarlane of Waterford (53185)

Kaitlin Michaels of Sturtevant (53177)

Katiann Nelson of Waterford (53185)

Bethany Nichols of Racine (53402)

Daniel Nichols of Racine (53402)

Haley Olson of Racine (53406)

Alexandria Olszewski of Racine (53402)

Jennifer Overstreet of Racine (53404)

Taylor Peterson of Sturtevant (53177)

Eve Plache of Mount Pleasant (53406)

Robert Rattle of Racine (53403)

Ashley Rodriguez of Racine (53402)

Alyssa Ruediger of Racine (53402)

Jacquelyn Sambrano of Racine (53403)

Zachary Shawhan of Racine (53406)

Kylee Straka of Racine (53406)

Sophia Tajnai of Racine (53405)

Jessica Thierfelder of Franksville (53126)

Sophia Torosian of Racine (53405)

Hannah Tuinstra of Franksville (53126)

Timothy Underwood of Racine (53403)

Kylee Van Swol of Kansasville (53139)

Kristi Weinfurter of Burlington (53105)

Brian Weir of Racine (53402)

Carrie Weis of Union Grove (53182)

Samantha Woodward of Franksville (53126)

Steven Wright of Franksville (53126)


Small by design yet boundless in impact, Carthage College is committed to take a different road. At Carthage, a private institution that enrolls about 2,800 students, we embrace an educational approach that’s personal in focus and driven in action, exemplified in our multifaceted career development initiative: The Aspire Program. From our campus alongside Lake Michigan in the thriving Chicago-Milwaukee corridor, we actively direct our collective talents toward a common purpose wherever the need arises.

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