Student news - Aug. 12

August 11, 2013
  • Miranda D. Kearney
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LAURINBURG, N.C. — Miranda D. Kearney of Clear Spring, a freshman at St. Andrew’s University, was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester.
In addition, Kearney was named most outstanding player on the Lady Knights Division II women’s soccer team.
Miranda is a 2012 graduate of Clear Spring High School.
She is the daughter of Kevin and Diane Kearney of Clear Spring. 

Keith D. Hartman II, an alumnus of Antietam Bible College, was recently awarded a Ph.D. in church history and  historical theology from North-West University.
Hartman also is an alumnus of Liberty University, where he earned a Master of Arts in global apologetics.
Hartman serves as the director of online studies at Antietam Bible College, Biblical Seminary and Graduate School in Hagerstown.

READING, Pa. — Mark Grove of Hagerstown will be serving as an orientation weekend leader at Alvernia University in the fall.
Grove is a criminal justice major.
Orientation weekend leaders play an integral role in new student orientation. Their main role is to assist in making new students feel welcome. They develop leadership skills and meet new people. The program is competitive, and involves an application process, in-person interviews, good academic standing and training.
Grove is a graduate of Smithsburg High School.

BEXLEY, Ohio — Rebecca Catoe of Point of Rocks, Md., was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Capital University.

GRANVILLE, Ohio — Antrim Ross of Charles Town, W.Va., was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Denison University.
Ross is a member of the class of 2016.

FRONT ROYAL, Va. — Jordan S. Williams was recognized for outstanding achievements and contributions at Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School’s end-of-year awards ceremony on June 5.
Williams, who is the daughter of Sonja Williams of Inwood, W.Va., received a certificate of appreciation for acting as chapel assistant. She was an eighth-grader during the 2012-13 school year.

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