Area residents passing the Washington State Bar Association examination in July are:
- Bothell - Sang Min Kim, Carol McAvoy Miyashiro, Robert Ellis Porter, Marja E. Selman, Diana K. Sheiness;
- Lake Forest Park - Jarett A. Goodkin;
- Mill Creek - Judith Ann Mathison, Kevin R. Vibbert;
- Woodinville - Richard L. Anderson, Brian Joseph Buckley, Karen Lee Kendrick.
Brett A. Ross of Woodinville has earned a Master of Business Administration from Washington State University. Ross also attended and received a Bachelor of Arts in marketing and finance from the University of Washington.
He completed an internship with Washington State Small Business Development Center, a marketing research internship at KIRO-TV and an internship at the Woodinville Weekly.
Ross is a 1989 graduate of Woodinville High School.
Kim O'Connor of Woodinville has begun her first year of medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is a 1989 graduate of Inglemoor High School and a 1993 graduate of the U.W.
Diane L. Papworth and Kurt A. Lindstrom, both of Woodinville, qualified for the 1995 summer quarter honor roll at Central Washington University, earning a 3.40 or better grade point average.
Washington State University announced its President's Honor Roll for summer 1995 for students who maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.5, or a semester average of 3.75: Sarah A. Fisher, Rosa J. Rheaume, and Amy E. Trulson from Bothell; Sara M. McGregor, Christina L. Davis, Stefanie Kay Magill, and Mark V. Ronchetti from Woodinville.
Undergraduate students who qualified for the Dean's Honor List at Eastern Washington University for summer quarter, achieving a grade point average of 3.5 or above, included the following students: Kathleen A. Parry, Monroe; and Sonja A. Lindstrom and Joel E. Shipley, Woodinville.
Caitlin Horn, 1993 graduate of Woodinville High School, has been invited to join the Gold Key National Honor Society in her junior year at the University of Michigan, an honor reserved for the top 15 percent of juniors and seniors. Horn was also awarded a $2,500 scholarship from the University of Michigan College of Literature, Science and Arts, for her junior year.
Sarah L. Meikle and Daniel S. Warner, both of Woodinville, graduated from Central Washington University at the end of summer quarter 1995. Meikle earned a Bachelor of Science degree in leisure services. Warner was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in paramedic.
Central Washington University seniors Jean Cox and Angela Stanton, both of Woodinville, represented CWU in Washington, D.C. recently when their student chapter of the Alpha Kappa Psi co-ed business fraternity won a national award of achievement as the top chapter in the Northwest region.
Cox serves as the chapter's vice president of performance; Stanton is the chapter's vice president of administration. Senior Cord McCormick of Bothell is the vice president for membership.
Bengt Anderson, son of Richard and Margaret Anderson of Woodinville, will be performing in Western Washington University's production of God's Country, a story of the dark and destructive world of the white supremacist movement and the impulses that drive people to violence against others.
Among other roles, Anderson, a freshman majoring in theatre, plays Halprin, an attorney defending a white supremacist.
Local students earning "Honors at Entrance" recognition this fall at Whitman College are Benjamin Gilbert of Bothell, Jennifer Mayes from Mill Creek, and Matthew Pool from Woodinville.
The college awards the honors to a limited number of first-year students in recognition of outstanding academic achievement in high school and expectation of success in college.
Jesse Van Nostrand of Woodinville has been accepted as a freshman at Shattuck-St. Mary's in Faribault, Minn. The school is a coeducational, college preparatory boarding and day school for grades six through a post-graduate program.
The following local women have pledged Washington State University sororities:
Bothell - Katie Osborne and Farrah Stoves, Alpha Omicron Pi; Melissa Barilleaux and Felicia Bergman, Delta Gamma; Brooke Byrne, Kappa Delta; Deborah Towne, Kappa Gamma.
Mill Creek - Brooke Wamberg, Gamma Phi Beta; Carrie Sievers, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Woodinville - Melissa Arnold and Stephanie West, Alpha Omicron Pi; Shannon Bloor and Jennifer Maryatt, Gamma Phi Beta; and Jhalene Leffler, Kappa Delta.
Local students pledging Washington State University fraternities include: Bothell - Bradley Stryker and Brady Yeager, Sigma Nu; Mill Creek - Joseph Marino, Lambda Chi Alpha; Woodinville - Robert Geary, Beta Theta Pi; Chris Hanson, Sigma Chi; and Hal Lind, Phi Sigma Kappa.