Sunday, August 25, 2002


        Engineering grad: Andrew Mitchell, of Delhi Township, graduated cum laude, college honors, with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering technology from the University of Cincinnati OMI College of Applied Science.

        On the dean's list: Nicholas Larsen, a second year economics/accounting major, was named to the second semester dean's list at the College of Holy Cross, Worcester, Maine.

        He is the son of Linda Larsen of Delhi Township and Dan Larsen of Blue Ash.

        DECA awards: Three members of the Milford High School DECA Chapter received national recognition at the International Career Development Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

        Mark Gudmens placed first in the Business & Financial Services Marketing Research Written Event and received “Best in the United States” honors.

        Mark Hughes and Corey Schoo placed second in the Retail Marketing Research Written Event.

        Xavier scholarships: The following have accepted Honor Scholarships to attend Xavier University:

        James Montgomery, a graduate of St. Xavier High School from Fairfield. He plans to major in criminal justice or political justice.

        Joseph Kennedy, an Elder High School graduate from Delhi Township.

        He plans to major in computer science.

        Walter Homan Jr., a Summit Country Day School graduate from Anderson Township. He plans to major in business.

        Jessica North, a Walnut Hills High School graduate from Winton Place.

        She plans to major in pre-med.

        Cory Cracchiolo, a La Salle High School graduate from Colerain Township.

        Honor Scholarship recipients must rank in the top 25 percent of their class, and score 1130 or higher on the SAT or 25 or higher on the ACT.

        Call: 755-4165. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.


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