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Eastern Kentucky University
Eastern Kentucky University recognized 938 graduates at the conclusion of the Fall 2009 semester.
The graduates were honored at commencement ceremonies Dec. 19.
Local EKU graduates include: Sarah Ann Herbstreit of Crittenden, Erica Tina-Marie Anglin of Dry Ridge, Taylor Oren Depp and Chrystal Nichole Varner, both of Williamstown.
University of Louisville
The University of Louisville announced that two local students were among their Fall 2009 graduates.
Megan Lea Jones and Shawn P. Maurer earned bachelor of science degrees in mechanical engineering.
The following students were named dean’s scholars or made the dean’s list for the Fall 2009 semester at the University of Louisville: Katelynn Carol Bachman, Ashley Michelle Conrad, Wyatt T. Jones, Joshua Nathaniel O’Flaherty, Ruth Slone and Lauren Marie Weaver.
A student who is a dean’s scholar has a 4.0 grade point average and a student named to the dean’s list has a 3.5 grade point average.
Grant County High School graduate, and Transylvania University junior, Natalie Koebcke recently performed in Transylvania’s annual production, “A Medieval Feast,” presented by Transylvania’s Madrigal Singers and the Medieval Instrumental Ensemble.
Guests took part in a yuletide feast in an atmosphere of heraldry, pageantry and song and were treated to a performance of the Mummer’s Play, which was a feature of medieval gatherings. The evening’s feast was fit for royalty, featuring carved roast beef, roasted vegetables, breads, dessert, coffee and teas.
The performance was directed by Transylvania professor of music and director of choral ensembles, Gary L. Anderson.
Koebcke played the violin in the Medieval Instrumental Ensemble. An applied music major, she is the daughter of Daryl and Susan Koebcke of Williamstown.