Sunday, October 15, 2000

Golden Galaxy finalists




The Cincinnati Enquirer

Here are the 33 finalists for this year's Golden Galaxy Awards in 11 study areas. One winner will be named Wednesday at the College of Mount St. Joseph.

ART

Rachel Calme, McAuley

Jennifer Seppelt, Mount Notre Dame

Amber Carroll Stitt, Ross

ENGLISH & LITERATURE

Alla Khaskelis, Seven Hills

Elizabeth Metz, McAuley

Laura Thoman, Mother of Mercy

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Mary Lynn Crosset, Finneytown

Leslie Hughes, Indian Hill

Robert Woodruff, St. Xavier

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP

Madeleine Dwertman, Holmes

Stephanie Safdi, Seven Hills

Peter B. Sanders, Withrow

JOURNALISM

Dylan Borgman, Walnut Hills

Brenden Lane, Wyoming

Kristen Ashley Michalek, East Central

MATHEMATICS

Elizabeth Darbie, Walnut Hills

Mitra Ghamsari, Sycamore

Melinda Laine Hsu, Seven Hills

MUSIC

CharKeita D. Anderson, Lakota East

Kyle Bialczak, Holmes

Matthew Michael Janszen, Oak Hills

SCIENCE

Patrick Daly, Oak Hills

Holleh Husseinzadeh, Walnut Hills

Carl S. Sterner, Northwest

SOCIAL SCIENCE

Adrucia Apana, Indian Hill

Jamia A. Lewis, The School for the Creative and Performing Arts

Kelly Elizabeth Markle, Finneytown

SPEECH & DRAMA

Catherine Slater Alley, Wyoming

Camilla Hilleman, Mother of Mercy

Jenny Kodros, Mount Notre Dame

VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL

Julie Anne Kloenne, Mount Notre Dame

Llsa Marie Lucas, Mother of Mercy

Matt Mastin, Holmes

       



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