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Six Students to Head Orientation in Fall

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Posted: Thursday May 2, 2013

May 2, 2013

Six students have been named volunteer leaders of the fall 2013 freshman and new student orientation program at Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, Pennsylvania, by Jeff Mallory, director of orientation. Left to right are Loretta Bobetich, junior, graphic design major from Duncansville; Elizabeth Susko, junior, mathematics and secondary education major from Mt. Pleasant; Arissa Trulick, senior, biology major from Kittanning; Caitlin DelSardo, junior, biology major, psychology minor from McKeesport; Abigail “Abby” Geisel, junior, communication major from Schnecksville; and Jacob Mayers, a senior biochemistry major from Du Bois. Bobetich, Susko and Trulick will serve as event coordinators and DelSardo, Geisel and Mayers will serve as orientation directors. They will head a committee of more than 100 student volunteers who plan and implement a five-week program designed to provide a successful transition to college academic, residential and campus life at Saint Vincent.


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