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Of the 455 Carthage College students that graduated, 27 of them were from Racine County. The commencement ceremony was held May 22 in the N. E. Tarble Athletic and Recreation Center Field House. These local students have graduated from Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin:

  • Geoffrey Anderson of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art (graduated Cum Laude).
  • Ashley Beison of Burlington, Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology .
  • Alexandria Bianchi of Franksville, Bachelor of Arts degree in English .
  • Rachael Buckholt of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology .
  • Christopher Davis of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Management .
  • Melissa Euler of Burlington, Bachelor of Arts degree in Management and Marketing .
  • Stephanie Gagnon of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance (graduated Cum Laude).
  • Sali Hochberg of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Management (graduated Magna Cum Laude).
  • Amanda Hoegsted of Union Grove, Bachelor of Arts degree in Athletic Training .
  • Levi Johnson of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Management (graduated Summa Cum Laude).
  • Allison Kasprovich of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre .
  • Pierson Kaye of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing and Management .
  • Jolene Kent of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education (graduated Cum Laude).
  • Rebecca Krahn of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design (graduated Summa Cum Laude).
  • Heather Miller of Mount Pleasant, Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Science (with a concentration in Conservation and Ecology) and Geography and Earth Science (graduated Cum Laude).
  • Lindsay Muenchow of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing .
  • Ricky Muhammad of Racine,  Bachelor of Arts degree in Management (graduated Magna Cum Laude).
  • Mitchell Pelish of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education, Sport and Fitness Instruction .
  • Rick Podoba of Mount Pleasant, Bachelor of Arts degree in Management .
  • Ashley Sims of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting and Finance .
  • Jacinda Sinnen of Mount Pleasant, WI, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science Technology .
  • Cameron Small of Franksville, Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry .
  • Hayley Smith of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice .
  • Robin Stollenwerk of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice .
  • Elena Thompson of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in French (graduated Magna Cum Laude).
  • Adam Van Pay of Racine, Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (concentration in Public Law/Judicial Policy) and Management .
  • Thomas Spieker of Racine, Master of Education degree in (concentration in Teacher Leadership) .

 

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.