College graduates from around the region
College graduates from around the region.
Roger Williams University
Tyler Carnese, Old Lyme; Alexandra Curioso, Pawcatuck; Alexandra Gowrie, Old Saybrook; Christopher Hurlburt, Old Saybrook; Rebecca Knudsen, Lebanon; Matthew Lyons, Old Saybrook; Kaelyn Phelps, Griswold; Giovanni Pinto, Noank; Kristina Rauccio, Clinton; Sandra Showalter, East Lyme; Kendall Simmons, Norwich; Ryanne Simpson, Jewett City, and Elise Swanson, Bozrah.
University at Albany
Lauren Staples, East Lyme.
Mount Ida College
Sarah Nogacek, Ledyard.
Suzanne O'Connor, New London.
Rochester Institute of Technology
Winnie Chen, Uncasville; Ramy Kila, Ledyard; Maxwell Levesque, Colchester, and George McMurdy, Groton.
University of Rhode Island
Kelly Parlin, Lebanon; Janelle Timmons, East Lyme; George Sisson, East Lyme; Weston Blake, Gales Ferry; Austin Decker, Ledyard; Lariah Maynard, Groton; Samantha King, Groton; Samuel Royce, Groton; Joseph Giancaspro, Groton; Scott Goyette, Griswold; Morgan Riley, Griswold; Grace Park, Lisbon; Jessica Morgan, Griswold; Stephanie Walsh, Griswold; Taras Pleskun, Mystic; Leland Smith, Mystic; William Ceddia, Mystic; Caroline Carini, Niantic; Maria Ruggieri, Niantic; Kendall Blackmon, Niantic; Andrew Seitler, North Stonington; Morgan Crandall, North Stonington; Annie Luckhardt, North Stonington; Philip Jenkins, Norwich; Romina Castro, Norwich; Justin Perras, Preston; Emily Lanzarotto, Quaker Hill; Ryan Feeney, Stonington; Alexis Baker, Stonington; Collin Larkin, Pawcatuck; Mitchel Apatow, Pawcatuck; Jared DeFanti, Pawcatuck; Chelsea Perry, Uncasville; Cevan Long, Uncasville; Jordan Volpe, Uncasville; Rachel Blackstone, Uncasville; Erica Carson, Uncasville; Nicole Knowles, Uncasville; Maria Theiler, Waterford; Ryan Brasel, Waterford; Christine Bueno, Waterford; Dyshelle Pemberton, Colchester, and Brian Urban, Old Saybrook.
John Adams, Waterford; Bernard Dennler, Colchester; Caeleigh Jennings, East Lyme, and Kyle Miller, Old Saybrook.
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