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Honor Roll

Timothy Sullivan, son of Carbondale residents Edward and Linda Sullivan, recently graduated with honors from Squaw Valley Academy college preparatory school in Olympic Valley, California. He performed a solo guitar piece, “Ocean,” at the commencement ceremony. Sulllivan has been awarded the Provost Merit Scholarship from the University of San Francisco and plans to attend this fall.

Basalt resident Kevin Newland received a BID Ind Design degree from New York City’s prestigious Pratt Institute at its 125th commencement ceremony. At the iconic Radio City Music Hall, Newland was one of 1,337 graduating students to be awarded their degrees. New York Times architecture critic, author and acclaimed pianist Michael Kimmelman delivered the commencement address.

John Alfred Wagner, of Aspen, received a Bachelor of Science in business administration, Magna Cum Laude, at Bryan University’s 151st commencement on May 17.

Basalt resident Kyra Gabow was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree from Connecticut College at the 96th commencement ceremony on May 18.

Gabow graduated with a major in literature in English and biological sciences.

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