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Benjamin Bugaile, son of Earl and Marta Bugaile of Washington, was named to the dean’s list at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he is majoring in music education – organ performance. He is a 2010 graduate of Trinity High School.


Eric Horency was named to the dean’s list in the School of Business at Robert Morris University. He is a 2011 graduate of Trinity High School, and his parents are Ed and Bonnie Horency.


Christina Jones was named to the dean’s list at Grove City College, where she is majoring in English. She is the art director of the Quad, the college’s literary magazine. Jones is a 2009 graduate of Canon-McMillan High School, and her parents are Steve and Dotty Jones of Cecil.


Amberley R. Karch was named to the dean’s list for the seventh consecutive semester at Washington & Jefferson College, where she is majoring in chemistry. She is a member of Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society, the Film Club and Alpha Lambda Delta Honorary Society, secretary of Gamma Sigma Epsilon Chemistry Honor Society and an Alpha scholar. Karch also participated in a study-abroad class in Puerto Rico. She is a 2009 graduate of Burgettstown Junior/Senior High School, and her parents are Frank and Diane Karch of Burgettstown.


Kelsey Morris, daughter of Ken and Irene Morris of Washington, graduated from Penn State University, where she majored in biobehavioral health with a minor in psychology. She was named to the dean’s list eight consecutive semesters, was a volunteer for THON, a member of the Red Cross Club and a senior staff photographer for The Daily Collegian. She received the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Photojournalism Award. Morris studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain, for a semester during her junior year. She is a 2008 Trinity High School graduate and was employed throughout college at Angelo’s Restaurant in Washington. Morris has accepted a position at Research & Analytics Professional Services Firm in Wexford.


Brian Resnik was named to the dean’s list at Waynesburg University, where he is majoring in environmental science. He is a graduate of Burgettstown Junior/Senior High School, and his parents are Dan and Debbie Resnik of Burgettstown.


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