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Many Woburn Students Earn Top Marks at Merrimack College

Congratulations to the all the students on their academic achievement.

Local residents were recently named to the Fall 2012 Deans' List at Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts. To be named to the Deans' List, a student must achieve a 3.25 grade point average or higher, based on a 4.0 grading system.

Rafael Cabral, a resident of Woburn, is a Senior in the Girard School of Business.

Jessica Enaire, a resident of Woburn, is a Senior in the Girard School of Business.

Kevin Wells, a resident of Woburn, is a Junior in the Girard School of Business.

Angelo Cabral, a resident of Woburn, is a Sophomore in the Girard School of Business.

Ariel Eromin, a resident of Woburn, is a Sophomore in the Girard School of Business.

Christina Donahue, a resident of Woburn, is a Freshman in the Girard School of Business.

Theresa Walsh, a resident of Woburn, is a Junior in the School of Education.

Jessica Stone, a resident of Woburn, is a Sophomore in the School of Education.

Allison Hogan, a resident of Woburn, is a Freshman in the School of Education.

Mary Paris, a resident of Woburn, is a Senior in the School of Liberal Arts.

Kristen Duhamel, a resident of Woburn, is a Junior in the School of Liberal Arts.

Alison Leonard, a resident of Woburn, is a Junior in the School of Liberal Arts.

Tayla Moore, a resident of Woburn, is a Sophomore in the School of Liberal Arts.

William Lee, a resident of Woburn, is a Freshman in the School of Liberal Arts.

Stephanie Braceland, a resident of Woburn, is a Senior in the School of Science and Engineering.

Ashley Shea, a resident of Woburn, is a Senior in the School of Science and Engineering.

Jennifer Boyd, a resident of Woburn, is a Junior in the School of Science and Engineering.

About Merrimack College

Founded in 1947 by the Order of St. Augustine, Merrimack College is a private, selective college located just minutes from Boston in North Andover, Massachusetts. The College offers over 40 undergraduate majors in liberal arts, science and engineering and part-time degree completion and certificate programs. Its 2,600 undergraduate and graduate students come from 20 states and 19 countries to form an engaged community of thinkers, learners and achievers integrated in an academic culture of excellence, diversity and stature. The recent implementation of the College's ten-year strategic plan, The Agenda for Distinction, has led to renewed energy and sense of community, combined with growth of our faculty and student body.

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