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Local students Millicent M. Caffrey, an undecided student, from Mount Airy; and Emily M. Samosuk, a criminology, law and society major, from Westminster, were among those inducted into Saint Vincent College's chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta, an international honor society for first-year students with outstanding academic achievement. Students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher during their first year of study to be considered for membership in the organization.

McDaniel College students will perform in the annual College Choir concert, to be held April 22 in Baker Memorial Chapel at McDaniel College, Westminster. The performance is titled "Spirit," and celebrates the college's 150th anniversary. Local students performing include Ethan Brown, of Taneytown; Ethan Cortes, of Sykesville; Julia Reznikov, of Finksburg; Jackie Sherwin, of Westminster; and Jared Wilmer, of Westminster.

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Stephen True, of Sykesville, was recently inducted into Marietta College's chapter of Tau Pi Phi, a national business honor society. He was also recently awarded the Bert T. Glaze Scholarship during a ceremony conducted by Marietta College's Department of Business & Economics. True, a graduate of Century High School, is majoring in information systems and accounting and is scheduled to graduate from the Ohio college in 2019.

Makayla Minton, of Westminster, was named a President's Scholar for the fall 2017 semester at Hinds Community College , Raymond, Mississippi. President's Scholars are those with a cumulative 4.0 grade point average.

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McDaniel College students will perform in the Student Solo Recital on April 20 in McDaniel Lounge at McDaniel College, Westminster. The recital features students performing vocal and instrumental solos of musical selections spanning from classical to contemporary. Local students include Emily Barker, of Sykesville; Ethan Brown, of Taneytown; Kayla Catlin, of Eldersburg; Savannah Dawson, of Westminster; Julia Reznikov, of Finksburg.

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