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ArlingtonArlington Schools & Military, 9/8/22 edition

Arlington Schools & Military, 9/8/22 edition

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News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces.

•• Jami Thomas of Arlington earned a bachelor of science degree in commerce and business administration during recent commencement exercises at the University of Alabama.

•• Anna Sophia Massaro, the daughter of John and Patricia Donnelly of Arlington and a 2018 graduate of the Madeira School, earned a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy during recent commencement exercises at Bates College.

•• Savannah Landefeld of Arlington earned a bachelor of arts in psychology and Alejandro Navarro of Arlington earned a bachelor of science degree in computer science during recent commencement exercises at Baylor University.

•• Savannah Landefeld and Angelina Servidio of Arlington have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Baylor University.

•• Julie Brewer of Arlington has been inducted into the College of the Holy Cross chapter of Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society.

•• Marymount University welcomed a cohort of about 310 new students during the Aug. 25 Move-In Day to begin their journey as members of the Class of 2026.

Approximately 33 volunteers – including current students, faculty and staff – worked to support the first-year students as they arrived on campus.

Approximately 340 returning students were back on campus on Aug. 27, in preparation for the first day of classes Aug. 29. As part of “Welcome Week” activities, 23 additional students were inducted into Marymount’s honors program.


The university reports a 33-percent increase in students living on the main campus compared to the preceding academic year.

The student body represents 49 states and 75 different countries.

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