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NINE STUDENTS HONORED WITH BENEDICTINE VALUES AWARDS

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Posted: Wednesday Apr 18, 2012

 April 18, 2012

Nine Saint Vincent College seniors were honored by Campus Ministry with Senior Benedictine Values Awards at a ceremony in the Robert S. Carey Student Center lounge on April 17. Honored were, from left, Michael Barkowski, a biology and theology major from Natrona Heights; Lauren Donahue, a theology major from Walkersville, Maryland; Samantha Dravis, an elementary instruction major from Johnstown; Taylor Guido, a chemistry major from Greensburg; Mark Mannerino, an accounting major from Rochester; Michael O’Reilly, a biology major from Johnstown; Julie Pomerleau, a psychology and theology major from Jeannette; and Lauren Schlieper, a senior theology major from Wexford. Missing from photo is Alexander Weiss, a mathematics major from Latrobe. Participating in the presentations were Fr. Killian Loch, O.S.B., chaplain and director of campus ministry; Fr. Jean-Luc Zadroga, O.S.B., assistant director of campus ministry; Shawn Machia, campus minister for social outreach; and Brother Maximilian Maxwell, O.S.B., who gave the keynote address. Dr. James Kellam and Mr. Barkowski gave a reading on Benedictine tradition and values for living.

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