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Aspen-area Honor Roll

• Andrew Hancock of Aspen was named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire for earning honors for the spring 2017 semester.

• Alta Lewis Millard of Aspen graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Stage and Production Management at Emerson College’s 137th commencement ceremony held on May 14.

Approximately 975 bachelor’s degrees were conferred during the undergraduate exercises and nearly 270 master’s degrees were conferred during the graduate exercises.

• Becca Howard of Snowmass was named to the Dean’s List at Bates College for the fall semester ending in April. Howard, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Howard of Snowmass, is a 2015 graduate of Aspen High School. She is majoring in art and visual culture and religious studies at Bates.

• Colgate University Class of 2018 member Sebastian Weberg of Aspen earned the spring 2017 Dean’s Award with Distinction. The Dean’s Award with Distinction at Colgate is awarded to students with a 3.6 or higher term average.

• Aspen High School graduates Diana Flores and Gordon Carr both earned the spring Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence, which is given to students who earn a GPA of 3.3. or higher, from Colgate University.


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