Notables: June 29
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• Richard Drogos has been named to the President’s List at Wake Technical Communty College for the 2014 spring semester. This requires a GPA of at least 4.0 for the semester. He is also named to the Dean’s List for the academic year. Drogos is the son of Eugene and Evelyn Drogos of Chapel Hill.
• Jamie Saunders recently graduated from N.C. State University magna cum laude with a B.S. degree in electrical engineering/computer engineering and a minor in Spanish. He was a Duke Energy Scholar and a member of the Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society. He was a Chapel Hill High School graduate, class of 2009, and currently resides in San Francisco.
• Chapel Hill native Chelsea Schwalm graduated from Boston University in May. Schwalm received a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations.
• Chapel Hill natives Amanda R. Fraden and Amy C. Ward were named to the Dean’s List at Boston University during the 2014 spring semester. Each school and college at Boston University has their own criterion for the Dean's List, but students generally must attain a 3.5 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale), or be in the top 30 percent of their class, as well as a full course load as a full time student.
• Elle Weeks of Carrboro has been named to the Dean’s List of Macalester College for academic achievement during the spring 2014 semester. A graduate of Chapel Hill High School, Weeks is the daughter of Cynthia and Kevin Weeks.
• Daryll Martin of Chapel Hill has been re-elected to Centre College’s Board of Trustees. Martin is the president of Percipient Resources, Inc. in Chapel Hill. He was first elected to the Board in 2008, and his new term will run until 2020.
• Quinton Harper recently took the oath of office as a member of the Orange Water and Sewer Authority Board of Directors. He is an appointee of the Town of Carrboro. Harper studied journalism and political science at UNC-Chapel Hill, and public policy at Georgetown University.
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