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STATESBORO — The 25th annual Georgia Southern fall commencement presented degrees to approximately 1,700 students in the school’s eight colleges. Graduates included:

From Hinesville
Joseph Kirkland
Semetra Garden
Camille Jackson
Desire Thomas
Chrystal Bailey
Demetria Jackson
Megan Flanery
Casey Seamone
Chrystal Messam
Jamie Robin
Jeremy Corwin
Kayla Gonzalez
From Midway
Joy McCook
Gerald Newton
Morgan Payne
Meredith Eby
From Glennville
Janet Poole
Kimberly Murphy
Adeidra Maxwell
Christine Melton
Rebecca Geertsema
William Waters
Morgan Crowley
From Ludowici
Lee Bailey
Tracey Curtis
From Allenurst  
James Dow

Approximately 400 graduate degrees were conferred, while around 1,300 undergraduate students received degrees.

President’s list

STATESBORO — Georgia Southern University recently recognized more than 1,350 students for excellence in academics on the fall semester president’s list. Students include:

From Hinesville
Megan Flanery
Kayla Gonzalez
Clayton Grant
Kyle Hill
Noelle Imel
Sabrina Lucero
Candace Luong
Kamaren Walthour
From Midway
Ariana Diamond
Gerald Newton
Michelle Spears
From Ludowici
Jon Groover
Molly Rowe
From Allenhurst
Katie Hodges
From Glennville
Cynthia Endicott
Philip Fernandez
Randy Gibson
Ana Hernandez
Christine Melton
Bethany Mulligan
Kimberly Murphy
Allee Murray
Henry Twibell
Alexa Ortiz
Julissa Ortiz
Courtney Painter
Reed Purcell
Caleb Rush
J Shuman
Hunter Smith

To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must have at least a 4.0 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester.

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