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Sarah M. Verzal of Bristol was one of 25 students nationwide to be awarded a study abroad grant worth $1,000 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi — the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

Alexandria Kresse of Pleasant Prairie was initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Kentucky.

Abigail Clark of Twin Lakes was among the students named to Augustana College’s fall term dean’s list.

John Szulczewski of Pleasant Prairie, a 2014 graduate of LakeView Technology Academy, earned dean’s list honors for the October session at University of Northwestern Ohio’s College of Applied Technologies, where he is pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree in high performance technology with a distinction in alternative fuels.

Kaitlyn Christensen of Kenosha and six of Concordia’s ensembles filled the air during Christmas at Concordia weekend. Four concerts brought more than 3,000 guests to St. John Lutheran Church near campus. The concerts featured the Women’s Cantamus Choir, Male Chorus, Concordia Handbell Choir, University Brass Ensemble, University A Cappella Choir and University Symphonic Band.

The following Kenosha students are performing in the 2018-19 Whitewater Symphony Orchestra: Margaret Harms, music major, percussion; Noah Schaffrick, music major, Violin I; Jasmine Miletic, elementary education major, Violin II; Stephanie Krug, music major, Violin II; and Samuel Kristiansen, music major, cello.

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