Region natives graduate from college


University of Rhode Island:

Kylie Bourque, Ledyard; Robert Branch, New London; Alyssa Brehler, Griswold; Ibrahim Brown, Colchester; Joseph Carter V, Ledyard; Erin Concannon, Niantic; Zachary Cormier, Colchester; Anna Curry, Voluntown; Maxwell DeMaio, Ledyard; Jacob Derosa, Jewett City; David Elperin, East Lyme; Chad Estabrooks, Oakdale; Shannon Forkus, Ledyard; Trevor Gale, Old Saybrook; Wanda Green, Groton; Alyssa Herzy, Westbrook; Lynn Impelluso, Colchester; Kavan Jakuba, Ledyard; Schneider Jean-Pierre, Waterford; Vida Karimnia, Groton; Lily Lachapelle, Voluntown; Nicholas Ladyga, Voluntown; Kristen Lemieux, Oakdale; Laura Liddon, Groton; Brianna Murray, Colchester; Nicholas Muscarella, New London; Austin Myers, Pawcatuck; Carys Nolin, Colchester; Nirali Patel, Pawcatuck; Emily Pepin, Waterford; Daniel Riley, Norwich; Brianna Riley, Groton; Michael Rose, Old Saybrook; Amanda Schneider, Colchester; Jonathan Semnoski, East Lyme; Bryan Still, Bozrah, and Faith Weber, East Lyme.

University of Alabama:

Ericka Jenkins, Niantic.

Bates College:

Hannah Behringer, Old Lyme, and Hanna De Bruyn, Old Lyme.

Drew University:

Gregory Swenson, East Lyme.

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania:

Madison Venditto, East Lyme.


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