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College news, June 23

Dean’s list

Wofford College — Wofford College Dean’s List for the spring 2021 semester includes Danville students Emily Katherine Knetsche and Jack Irwin Stomberger.

Graduates

Local students who graduated from Centre College during the college’s commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 22 include:

• Matt Ballard graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in history. A graduate of Danville High School, Ballard’s parent is Genny Ballard of Danville.

• Caitlyn Cathey graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology and graduated magna cum laude. A graduate of Bitney College Prep High School, Cathey’s parent is Christina Sorrels of Danville.

• Sarahkate Clarke graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in international studies and graduated cum laude. A graduate of The Madeira School, Clarke’s parents are Stanley and Rebecca Clarke of Danville.

• Kate Leahey graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in environmental studies and international studies and graduated summa cum laude. A graduate of Boyle County High School, Leahey’s parents are James Leahey and Elizabeth Leahey of Danville.

• Danny McAllister graduated with a bachelor of science degree in data science and mathematics and graduated cum laude. A graduate of Danville High School, McAllister’s parents are Alex McAllister and Julie McAllister of Danville.

• McCallum Morley graduated with a bachelor of science degree in economics and finance and graduated cum laude. A graduate of Danville High School, Morley’s parents are Joseph Morley and Yvonne Morley of Danville.

• Race Pellant graduated with a bachelor of science degree in economics and finance and international studies. A graduate of Danville High School, Pellant’s parents are Rick Pellant and Lara Gannon of Danville.

• McKinley Rush graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology. A graduate of Boyle County High School, Rush’s parents are Adam Rush and Marjorie Rush of Danville.

• Cole Verhoven graduated with a bachelor of science degree in economics and finance. A graduate of Danville High School, Verhoven’s parents are Chris Verhoven and Cecily Verhoven of Danville.

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