Southeastern Connecticut natives graduate from colleges across the country
Keene State College:
Christopher Davison, Mystic; Christopher Sullivan, Westbrook; SallyAnn Levenduski, Emily Card and Allison Moran, Clinton; Nicholas Kinder, Uncasville; Aidan Quinn and Ana Webster, Groton; Alex Tragakes and Zachary Malcarne, Westbrook; Nathaniel Backus and Elton Purvis, Old Saybrook; Adriana Alfiero, Zachary Tyropolis and Christine Hadfield, Waterford; Erin Bridgman, Niantic; Alexandra Pacifico, Norwich; Victoria Smolenski, New London; Ian Lemley, East Lyme; Erin Sweeney, Oakdale.
Allison Chann, Clinton; Christopher Hemhauser, Old Saybrook.
Eastern Connecticut State University:
Naihomi Cordero-Casalduc, Ryan Czaja and Jeffrey Legg, Niantic; Lauren Harrelson, Uncasville; Jeffrey Sciullo, Waterford; Kyle Burke, Salem; Amber Gil, Old Saybrook; Rebekah Hofmann, Lebanon; John Lane, David Marceau, Alyssa Fisher and Jessica Wainman, Norwich; Danielle Lamarre and Kara Pac, Colchester; Parker Stevens, Baltic; Erin Strait, Groton; Jessica Synott, Lisbon.
Danielle Autencio, Oakdale; Kelly Esposito, Clinton; Dayna Hedman and Jenna Mucci, Griswold.
Caroline Burlingham, Pawcatuck; Andrew Elmore and Harry Nicholas, Stonington; Dylan Markey, Norwich.
Matthew Kim, Groton; Timothy Entwistle, Mystic.
Oliver Auerbach, Maggie Gurule and Kyle Root, Groton; Casey Johnson, Niantic; Brendan Sullivan, Old Lyme.
Ohio State University Moritz College of Law:
Aaron Pittman, Waterford.
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