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Posted 6/28/19

Local student graduates from University of Rochester

 

James Halliday of Cleveland graduated from the University of Rochester on May 19, at the 169th Commencement with a bachelor of arts degree in economics cum laude and a bachelor of science degree in mathematics cum laude. 

 

Halliday is the son of April Halliday, and a graduate of Bradley Central High School in Cleveland.

 

The University of Rochester, founded in 1850, is a private research university located in Rochester, N.Y., (pop. 212,000) on the south shore of Lake Ontario.

Dallas Elrod graduates from Mercer University

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Local student graduates from University of Rochester
 
James Halliday of Cleveland graduated from the University of Rochester on May 19, at the 169th Commencement with a bachelor of arts degree in economics cum laude and a bachelor of science degree in mathematics cum laude. 
 
Halliday is the son of April Halliday, and a graduate of Bradley Central High School in Cleveland.
 
The University of Rochester, founded in 1850, is a private research university located in Rochester, N.Y., (pop. 212,000) on the south shore of Lake Ontario.
Dallas Elrod graduates from Mercer University

MACON/ATLANTA, Ga. — Mercer University conferred bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees to more than 2,200 students representing 12 schools and colleges at four ceremonies during May in Macon and Atlanta.
Dallas Elrod graduated with a bachelor of science in engineering from the School of Engineering.

Founded in 1833, Mercer University is a dynamic and comprehensive center of undergraduate, graduate and professional education.
John Aaron Gaither graduates from the University of the South

SEWANEE — John Aaron Gaither of Cleveland, was awarded a bachelor of science in biology at the University of the South’s 2019 commencement ceremonies May 12.
John Aaron Gaither is the son of Ashley Gaither of Cleveland (37312).

The University of the South is an independent liberal arts college, owned by 28 dioceses of the Episcopal Church.

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