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Deadline for youth reporter application draws near, OSU students set to graduate

Applications for Youth Roving Reporters now open

Youth Roving Reporters is a free journalism mentorship program for youth ages 15-18. Over the course of the program, from September 2019 through June 2020, each young reporter will be trained on how to use recording equipment in the field, attend two arts events, conduct interviews with artistic leaders or performers, and learn to produce their interviews for radio broadcast. No experience in radio or the arts is necessary. All skills will be taught over the course of the program year. This program is free and open to youth from all regions of Oregon and southwest Washington. Applications have been open since May 1 and will close May 31, 2019. Three young people will be chosen to be Youth Roving Reporters for the 2019-2020 program year. For more information and to apply, visit www.allclassical.org/youth-roving-reporters.

Congratulations OSU students

The following West Linn residents will graduate from Oregon State University June 15: Ian M. Anderson, bachelor of science, ecological engineering; Dakotah K. Ballard, bachelor of science, chemical engineering; Nolan E. Bany, bachelor of science, sociology; Meredith M. Bowers, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude, political science; Hannah M. Cesario, bachelor of arts, cum laude, digital communication arts; Connor I. Christensen, bachelor of science, cum laude, computer science; Colin Q. Comard, master of science, electrical and computer engineering; Paige M. Crozier, bachelor of science, business administration, bachelor of science, education; Matthew T. D'Amore, bachelor of science, finance; Mihai Dan, master of science, computer science; Preston A. Davis, bachelor of science, agricultural sciences; Samuel R. Dawson, bachelor of science, accountancy; Jacob R. Dimm, bachelor of science, business administration; Jonathan W. Dorsey, bachelor of science, management; Lucas R. Evans, honors bachelor of science, summa cum laude, ecological engineering, honors bachelor of science, summa cum laude, sustainability; Madeline K. Finklea, bachelor of fine arts, cum laude, graphic design; Kevin P. Fitzgibbon, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, business administration; Cole B. Gillespie, bachelor of science, liberal studies; John Goetze, honors bachelor of science, chemical engineering; Olivia N. Grenier, bachelor of science, civil engineering; Mathew R. Grothe, bachelor of science, environmental economics and policy; Charles N. Hatch, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, marketing; Lindsay N. Hirsch, honors bachelor of science, summa cum laude, biohealth sciences; Parker E. Huffman, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, marketing; Andrew R. Johnson, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, civil engineering; Marija Jozic, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, biology; Michael S. Katancik, honors bachelor of science, summa cum laude, mechanical engineering; Amanda R. Keener, master of arts, environmental arts and humanities; Logan D. Kling, bachelor of science, computer science; Harrison T. Ko, doctor of philosophy, civil engineering; Sandeep Koranne, master of science, mathematics; Krysta J. Krippaehne, master of science, environmental engineering; Hannah G. Lenz, bachelor of science, merchandising management; Emily R. Lisin, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, economics; Jeffrey M. Lofurno, bachelor of science, finance; Clare M. Lotspeich, bachelor of science, ecological engineering; Natalie K. Maestretti, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, merchandising management; Mario Mastrandrea, bachelor of science, management; William G. Maurer, master of science, mechanical engineering; Grant C. McDonald, bachelor of science, social science; Michael McNinch, bachelor of science, bioengineering; Madison E. Moothart, bachelor of science, finance; Jennifer M. Neil, doctor of pharmacy, pharmacy, doctor of pharmacy (four-year); Mitchell G. Nelke, bachelor of science, mechanical engineering; Blake A. Nelson, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, kinesiology; Trentian J. Noteboom, bachelor of science, finance; Callie F. Olson, bachelor of arts, speech communication; Bianca G. Piscitello, bachelor of science, cum laude, biohealth sciences; Vincenzo Piscitello, bachelor of science, computer science; Tabitha M. Pitzer, bachelor of arts, summa cum laude, political science; Benjamin E. Ponting, bachelor of science, sociology; Amar Raad, bachelor of science, computer science; Bethany R. Raujol, bachelor of science, public health; Malia J. Rettig, bachelor of science, cum laude, zoology; Taylor M. Sansom, bachelor of science, business administration; Kyle A. Schrandt, bachelor of science, mechanical engineering; Logan K. Scott-Deeter, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, civil engineering; Ryan T. Scott-Deeter, bachelor of science, chemical engineering; Benjamin W. Sebastian, bachelor of science, cum laude, mathematics; Alessandra G. Sisca, bachelor of science, human development and family sciences; Madison J. Smith, bachelor of science, mechanical engineering; Charles D. Stephens, bachelor of science, renewable materials; Olivia C. Stewart, doctor of pharmacy, pharmacy, doctor of pharmacy (four-year); Meghan E. Studdard, bachelor of science, kinesiology; Amanda J. Sutton, master of arts teaching, teaching; Eric R. Sutton, bachelor of science, fisheries and wildlife sciences; Mitch Tingey, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, chemical engineering; Niklas W. Tostar, bachelor of science, cum laude, construction engineering management; Alejandro N. Venecia, bachelor of science, marketing; Jon T. Verbiest, bachelor of science, mechanical engineering; Luke C. Verbiest, bachelor of science, cum laude, mechanical engineering; Kanani T. Wasilk-Kindred, bachelor of science, human development and family sciences; Seth A. Weston, master of engineering, electrical and computer engineering; Travis R. Whitehead, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, computer science; Lauren N. Wiest, bachelor of science, marketing.


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