11 named to dean’s list

Eleven Bellevue-area students have been named to the dean’s list at Eastern Washington University for winter term.

  • Wednesday, April 30, 2008 12:00am
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Eleven Bellevue-area students have been named to the dean’s list at Eastern Washington University for winter term.

They are: Justin Jaffe, Interlake High School; Brittney Nelson, International School; Daniel Mills, Newport High School; Lindsay Gothmann, Newport High School; Amanda Lucas, Bellevue High School; Timothy Martinell, Sammamish High School; Quynh Truong, Interlake High School; Morgan Mattheisen, Forest Ridge; Tasha Agostinelli, Bellevue High School; Arash Ranjbaran, Sammamish High School and Cary Dubinsky, Newport High School.

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