The following Queen Anne and Magnolia students graduated this spring:

• Boston University — Landon J. Beamer (communication) and Jennie N. Snow (English; Summa Cum Laude).

• Clark University (Worcester, Mass.) — Karissa O. Lear (biology).

• Connecticut College — Amanda Lee (art).

The University of Scranton (Penn.) — Janette L. MacKay (master’s degree: Curriculum and Instruction).

Creighton University (Omaha, Neb.) — Daniel Anderson (master’s degree: business administration) and Evan Kirschner (doctorate degree: medicine).

Carleton College (Northfield, Minn.) — Julian Childs-Walker (physics; Magna Cum Laude), Zerrin Dagli (studio art) and Michael Cvitkovic (chemistry and mathematics; Summa Cum Laude).

Fort Lewis College (Durango, Colo.) — Anne-Marie Westberg (liberal studies/Spanish).

Gonzaga University (Spokane, Wash.) — Nicholas Bates (business administration/accounting), Heather Casper (political science), Devin Gilmore (nursing; Cum Laude), David Hoover (psychology), Brian Matous (business administration/accounting), Kaija Reynvann-Hawes (business administration; Magna Cum Laude), Robert Sanducci (business administration/accounting), Kathryn Stewart (biology; Cum Laude) and Maxmillian Van Trojen (business administration).

Lawrence Technological University (Southfield, Mich.) — Jiaxing Li (master’s degree: computer science).

Seattle Pacific University — Laurel Goetz Donkervoet (Textiles, Clothing & Interiors/apparel design), 

Kesia Shelbrae Dumas (communication/journalism), 

Evan Anthony Everson (master’s degree: business administration/management), Francis Sarabia Huelar (electrical engineering), Heather Ann Juul (master’s degree: divinity), James David Lorence (educational ministry), Meredith Mercedes Moran (biochemistry), Eddie N. Rossnagle (master’s degree: business administration/management), Bryan Culver Spence (music/music technology; Cum Laude), Jacob William Wahlenmaier (political science), David A. Wicks (doctorate degree: education), Mary Elaine Williams (psychology) and 

Elliot Anthony Wilson (psychology).

Southern Methodist University (Dallas) — Amy Hutchings (master’s degree: arts management and business administration/marketing).

St. Mary’s College (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Sarah Korbonits (nursing).

Taylor University (Upland, Ind.) — Zachary Bethel (computer science).

University of Kansas — Amy Bild (master’s degree: nursing).

University of Vermont — Kameron D. Harris (master’s degree: mathematics).

University of Washington — Bridget Rae Hyland (psychology), Spencer Michael Hubbard (aeronautical and astronautical engineering; mathematics), Martin Hugo Jarmick (digital arts and experimental media), Megan Uilani Manning (communication/journalism), Paul Alec Matheson (psychology), Rachel Marie Heiden (psychology), Kevin Mackenzie McBride (communication), Michael Aaron From (English), Mandy Fuller (nursing), Robert Max Martin (geography), Melody Joy Mandrean (medical technology), Caitlin Elizabeth Marassi (political science/international security), Quinn Naomi Hooper (nursing), Derek Daniel McLeod (business administration), Elizabeth M. Keenan (social welfare), Jade Marie Gee (Culture, Literature and the Arts), Maximilian Karl McLoughlin (Comparative History of Ideas), Janine Liane Flowers (psychology),  Elizabeth Leeann Govas (aquatic and fishery sciences), Katherine Jane Gammon (psychology), Brian Carter Buske (Laws, Societies and Justice), Edward Alexander De La Fuente (architectural studies), William Joshua Weide (environmental science), Stephanie Marie Beaudoin (business administration/finance), John Henry Miller (communication), Diane Jean Davis (communication), Rachel N. Rae (psychology), Gretchen Anne Traut (Spanish), Andrea Jeneyne Cunningham (nursing), Stephanie Nicole Willis (sociology), Britta Lynn Skordahl (interdisciplinary visual arts), Jeffrey Ira Barton (international studies/Jewish studies), Brian Allan Williams (English), Michael Terrence Phillips Jr. (business administration/management), Allison Michelle Reeder (biology/physiology), James L. Wright (interdisciplinary studies/media and communication studies), Christopher Reichert (mathematics), Jared Michael Butler (Earth & Space Sciences/environmental), Sophia Alandra Siao (English), Alexander Edward Trefethen (drama/performance), Kara Midori Bartlett (psychology), Leysla Ivanna Castillo (business administration), Amin Shariatmadari (business administration), Junji U. Triplett (American ethnic studies), Eileen Kiem Scholtz (psychology), Emily Elyse Vandervort (Comparative History of Ideas), Sebastian Joseph Roberts (history), Stephanie Ann Valdivia (Spanish), Brian Carter Buske (business administration), Lauren Alexine Ducharme (Applied & Computational Math), Jeanne-Amani Rahman Molyneux (photomedia), Roxanne Moore (business administration/accounting), Jayme Marie Stuntz (nursing), Grace Elizabeth Teller (wildlife conservation), Chloe Ann Zager (psychology), Zarrin Alexandra Morritt (anthropology), Evangeline Marie Spracklin (digital arts and environmental media), Damon Paul Emlinger (nursing), Elena Rose Yager (history), David Andrew Alefaio (political science), Tina Dawne Noha (nursing), Loren Shoichi Temkin (mathematics), Natasha Mercedes Noltimier-Strauss (Human-Centered Design & Engineering), Karen-Joy Arenas Terrado (Society, Ethics and Human Behavior), Alyssa Ann Ochsner (public health), David R. Phillips (anthropology), Leah Elizabeth O’Connor (sociology), Marek Mathew Domanski (geography), Bridget Buu Borowski (nursing), Samuel Peter Michael Alkek (biochemistry), Jessica Ann Delacalzada (business administration/finance), Evangeline Marie Spracklin (Comparative History of Ideas), Erik Ben-Zekry (English).

Washington University (St. Louis, Mo.) — Rachel Kerr (master’s degree: architecture and business administration).

Whitman College (Walla Walla, Wash.) — Henry Gales (politics), Kelley Hall (geology/physics, minor in mathematics), Josephine Hoyne (Asian studies), Alicia Kerlee (environmental studies), Zoey Rogers (sociology/environmental studies), Sage Stutsman (biology) and Rosemary Cotter (Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology).

Whitworth University (Spokane, Wash.) — Kerra Sheehan and William Sheehan.