Sunday, May 18, 2008
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Gwinnett Daily Post
aThe following Gwinnett residents were included in Furman University's dean's list for winter term 2007: Emily F. Perry of Dacula, Bethany L. Ullrich of Dacula, Megan M. Smith of Dacula, Luke L. Browder of Dacula, Kinsey E. Bagwell of Duluth, Justin W. Holloway of Duluth, Elaine R. Castle of Duluth, Joshua J. Chancey of Duluth, Chelsea Feustel of Lawrenceville, Anita Lilani-Virani of Lawrenceville, Shameera A. Punjani of Lawrenceville, Brian C. Settle of Lilburn, Holly N. Stewart of Norcross, Stacey L. Cobb of Snellville, Bethany R. Leggett of Snellville, and Rebecca L. Gieseking of Suwanee.
Aisha Butler of Snellville earned a 4.0 grade-point average at Lim - The College for the Business of Fashion for the fall 2007 semester. She is the daughter of Brenda and James Butler and is a 1995 graduate of Norcross High School.
Berry College recognized outstanding student achievement during its annual honors night celebration. Emily Rebekah Segrest of Lilburn received the Frank and Kathryn Adams English Award and the Olde Leafe Award. Katie Ann Ashley of Dacula received the First-Year Writing Award. Brian Robert Gilton of Duluth received the Eleanor B. North Creative Writing Award. Scott Albert Perkins of Duluth received the Charles E. Peterson Award. Amanda Lynn Fry of Duluth received the Willis N. Pirkle Award. Gregory Edward Shivers of Buford received the Rome Music Lovers Award. Lindsey Ellen Kenny received the Maria Strickland Equestrian Award. Laura Anne Lieberman of Lilburn and James W. Sink of Lawrenceville received the Twenty-First Century Socrates Award.