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NJ STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM COLGATE

HAMILTON, NY (Gloucestercitynews.net)-(06/17/2019)-- Members of the Class of 2019 received their diplomas May 19 at Colgate University's 198th Commencement. Colgate Alumnus Antonio Delgado, U.S. Representative for the 19th Congressional District of New York, delivered the keynote address. *student spotlight 4

Allison Vickers, a graduate of Pennington School, of Williamstown, NJ, (08094), majored in neuroscience with a minor in .

Eliza Jacobs, a graduate of William Penn Charter School, of Cherry Hill, NJ, (08003), majored in economics with a minor in .

Sebastian Chero, a graduate of St. Joseph's Prep School, of Medford, NJ, (08055), majored in neuroscience with a minor in .

Rebecca Gowen, a graduate of MooRussian and Eurasian studiesown High School, of MooRussian and Eurasian studiesown, NJ, (08057), majored in molecular biology with a minor in .

Benjamin Hunt, a graduate of Lenape High School, of Mount Laurel, NJ, (08054), majored in educational studies with a minor in religion.

Kimberly Ravold, a graduate of Holy Cross High School, of Hainesport, NJ, (08036), majored in English and film and media studies with a minor in .

Matthew Oakley, a graduate of Saint Augustine Preparatory, of Egg Harbor Township, NJ, (08234), majored in history with a minor in religion.

Enrique Arvelo, a graduate of MooRussian and Eurasian studiesown High School, of MooRussian and Eurasian studiesown, NJ, (08057), majored in economics with a minor in computer science.

Noah Nardone, a graduate of Mainland Regional High School, of Stone Harbor, NJ, (08247), majored in economics with a minor in .

Now celebrating its 200th year, Colgate is a leading American university for students who want classes with rigor, faculty with passion, and confidence in knowing they will learn how to thrive in work and life. Colgate offers 56 majors and supports 25 Division I athletic teams on a campus of about 2,900 students in central New York. Learn more at colgate.edu.

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