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August 22, 2012
The following Catonsville area students received diplomas from Salisbury University: Joshua Laveck, communication arts; Vincent Sirna, magna cum lude in management and marketing; Cody Dout, philosophy and history; Deen Adelakun Jr., international studies; Megan Anderson, communication arts; Megan Bannister, medical laboratory science; Sally Chapline, cum laude in elementary education; Marina Henry, cum laude in early childhood education; Megan Pratt,...
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September 23, 2013
WASHINGTON COLLEGE: Washington College in Chestertown has announced its dean's list for the spring 2013 semester. Dean's List students are recognized for their academic excellence and have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the semester. Students include Courtney Agar of Bel Air, Class of 2015 business management major and psychology minor; Christopher Brown of Havre de Grace, Class of 2013 humanities major and Hispanic studies minor; Lillian Burril of Havre de Grace, Class of 2016 sociology major; James Comotto of Abingdon, Class of 2013 biology major and philosophy minor; Stephanie Davey of Abingdon, Class of 2015 Hispanic studies major; Emily Eline of Jarrettsville, Class of 2016; Gary Fenstamaker of Belcamp, Class of 2013 computer science and art major and mathematics minor; Laura Gettier of Forest Hill, Class of 2016; Laurel Jones of Forest Hill, Class of 2016 chemistry major; Zachary Leppert of Belcamp, Class of 2014 psychology major; Meredith O'Connell of Bel Air, Class of 2014 English major and creative writing minor; Suzanne Patinella of Fallston, Class of 2015 business management major; Matthew Ridge of Jarrettsville, Class of 2015 drama major; Alexandra Roemer of Pylesville, Class of 2015 biology major; Brooke Sanchez of Bel Air, Class of 2016 psychology major; Ceara Scanlon of Abingdon, Class of 2016 psychology major; Gabrielle Tarbert of Bel Air, Class of 2013 political science major; and Jillian Undem of Bel Air, Class of 2014 human development...
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
A television commercial for the area's only private veterinary blood bank has collared a top honor in the advertising world.Earle Palmer Brown, a Richmond, Va., advertising agency, won a 1994 National Creative Award for the free 15-second spot it created for the Eastern Veterinary Blood Bank in Annapolis.The company decided to stretch its creative muscles for what it considered a worthy cause, said Ty Harper, senior art director at the agency.The award came from Communication Arts, a publication for the advertising business.
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August 22, 2012
The following Catonsville area students received diplomas from Salisbury University: Joshua Laveck, communication arts; Vincent Sirna, magna cum lude in management and marketing; Cody Dout, philosophy and history; Deen Adelakun Jr., international studies; Megan Anderson, communication arts; Megan Bannister, medical laboratory science; Sally Chapline, cum laude in elementary education; Marina Henry, cum laude in early childhood education; Megan Pratt,...
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September 23, 2013
WASHINGTON COLLEGE: Washington College in Chestertown has announced its dean's list for the spring 2013 semester. Dean's List students are recognized for their academic excellence and have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the semester. Students include Courtney Agar of Bel Air, Class of 2015 business management major and psychology minor; Christopher Brown of Havre de Grace, Class of 2013 humanities major and Hispanic studies minor; Lillian Burril of Havre de Grace, Class of 2016 sociology major; James Comotto of Abingdon, Class of 2013 biology major and philosophy minor; Stephanie Davey of Abingdon, Class of 2015 Hispanic studies major; Emily Eline of Jarrettsville, Class of 2016; Gary Fenstamaker of Belcamp, Class of 2013 computer science and art major and mathematics minor; Laura Gettier of Forest Hill, Class of 2016; Laurel Jones of Forest Hill, Class of 2016 chemistry major; Zachary Leppert of Belcamp, Class of 2014 psychology major; Meredith O'Connell of Bel Air, Class of 2014 English major and creative writing minor; Suzanne Patinella of Fallston, Class of 2015 business management major; Matthew Ridge of Jarrettsville, Class of 2015 drama major; Alexandra Roemer of Pylesville, Class of 2015 biology major; Brooke Sanchez of Bel Air, Class of 2016 psychology major; Ceara Scanlon of Abingdon, Class of 2016 psychology major; Gabrielle Tarbert of Bel Air, Class of 2013 political science major; and Jillian Undem of Bel Air, Class of 2014 human development...
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By Jill L. Kubatko and Jill L. Kubatko,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 30, 1997
Joi M. Shilling had a surprise when she returned to Villa Julie College this month to check out the new digs of its liberal arts technology and video department.As the department's first graduate in 1992, she remembers when the program was squeezed into the second floor of Villa Julie's library."This is amazing," said Shilling, a photography director and junior editor with Sheffield Audio and Video in Baltimore County, touring the spacious quarters in the new three-story Academic Center during a recent open house for employers using video production.
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By Tim Simmons and Tim Simmons,McClatchy-Tribune | May 11, 2008
RALEIGH, N.C. - Lacey Mogy didn't know much about student loans when she enrolled this year at the School of Communication Arts in Raleigh - except that she needed several if she was going to study digital film production. Then her mother received a letter telling her that one of those loans won't be renewed next year. The lender is getting out of the student loan market. Now Mogy is quickly learning about the link between the national credit crunch and the availability of student loans for fall.
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By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2001
Julius Clark knows good theater when he sees it, and watching his 3-year-old daughter Alexis saving a cardboard house from orange plastic-bag flames rated his highest praise. "On a scale of one to 10, I give it 10 and a half, two and a half thumbs up, Must See TV!" said the 41-year-old Baltimore resident. That said, the best part for Clark was seeing how Alexis has gone from a shy little girl to an outgoing, active member of her class for deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Gwynns Falls Elementary.
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July 3, 1995
Students graduate from Salisbury StateThese West County students recently graduated from Salisbury State University with bachelor's degrees:* Crofton -- Leyla Phillips, elementary education, and John Warren, communications arts.* Gambrills -- Sean Fohner, liberal studies; Michael Hall, cum laude, business administration; Shirley Milliron, elementary education; Kimberly Painter, liberal studies; and Lisa Taylor, psychology.* Severn -- Cynthia H. Lasner, communication arts; Lisa Roger, nursing; and Markel Waters, business administration.
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March 3, 1998
People in the newsNew American Health LLC has appointed Rebecca Paesch of Glen Burnie as its new director of provider relations. Paesch is responsible for all provider network development, service and maintenance. Paesch most recently held the position of provider relations director at the Preferred Health Network, where she had worked since 1989. She received her bachelor's degree from Salisbury State College, where she majored in communication arts and minored in marketing management.Pub Date: 3/03/98
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By Tim Simmons and Tim Simmons,McClatchy-Tribune | May 11, 2008
RALEIGH, N.C. - Lacey Mogy didn't know much about student loans when she enrolled this year at the School of Communication Arts in Raleigh - except that she needed several if she was going to study digital film production. Then her mother received a letter telling her that one of those loans won't be renewed next year. The lender is getting out of the student loan market. Now Mogy is quickly learning about the link between the national credit crunch and the availability of student loans for fall.
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By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2001
Julius Clark knows good theater when he sees it, and watching his 3-year-old daughter Alexis saving a cardboard house from orange plastic-bag flames rated his highest praise. "On a scale of one to 10, I give it 10 and a half, two and a half thumbs up, Must See TV!" said the 41-year-old Baltimore resident. That said, the best part for Clark was seeing how Alexis has gone from a shy little girl to an outgoing, active member of her class for deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Gwynns Falls Elementary.
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By Jill L. Kubatko and Jill L. Kubatko,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | November 30, 1997
Joi M. Shilling had a surprise when she returned to Villa Julie College this month to check out the new digs of its liberal arts technology and video department.As the department's first graduate in 1992, she remembers when the program was squeezed into the second floor of Villa Julie's library."This is amazing," said Shilling, a photography director and junior editor with Sheffield Audio and Video in Baltimore County, touring the spacious quarters in the new three-story Academic Center during a recent open house for employers using video production.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
A television commercial for the area's only private veterinary blood bank has collared a top honor in the advertising world.Earle Palmer Brown, a Richmond, Va., advertising agency, won a 1994 National Creative Award for the free 15-second spot it created for the Eastern Veterinary Blood Bank in Annapolis.The company decided to stretch its creative muscles for what it considered a worthy cause, said Ty Harper, senior art director at the agency.The award came from Communication Arts, a publication for the advertising business.
FEATURES
February 13, 1994
Three Villa Julie College students from the Communication Arts Department recently won first place for a video production by the Maryland Chapter of the International Television Association. They were Donna Childress, Lenore Nuzzo and Tracy Beales.Michel-Rolph Trouillot, professor of anthropology at the Johns Hopkins University, will hold the first of the new Krieger/Eisenhower Distinguished Professorships in the university's School of Arts and Sciences.Dr. Melvin F. Kushner, an Owings Mills dentist, was recently inducted as a Fellow of the International College of Dentists at its Annual Convocation in San Francisco.
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October 6, 1991
Salisbury State University announces the following accomplishments of three county students:David Burke, son of Ken and Sherri Burke of Severn, was recently appointed director of public relations for the SSU chapter of the International Business Communicators. A 1987 graduate of Munich American High School in Germany, Burke is a senior majoring in communication arts and minoring in marketing.Blair Meade of Arnold was recently chosen as treasurer of the SSUstudent chapter of the Maryland Music Educators Association.
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