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Air Force: Airman 1st Class Nicholas A. Ross, of York, graduated from basic military training, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Navy: Seaman Trevor Lusen, of Dallastown, a surface sonar technician, is serving with the Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Center.
Air Force: Airman 1st Class Allen R. Krouse, of York, graduated from basic military training, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Air Force: Airman 1st Class Tyler J. Beatty, of Bridgeville, Del., graduated from basic military training, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Army: Pfc. Trent Bartz, of Hellam Township, with the 203rd Military Intelligence Battalion, Aberdeen, Md., was selected to compete in a "best warrior" competition, which extended to the brigade level.
Air Force: Airman Ashley G. Villegas, of York, graduated from basic military training, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
FALL DEAN'S LIST
Becker College: Brian Bowman of Dillsburg.
Berklee College of Music: Christopher Gassaway, of Dillsburg, Courtney Reed, of New Freedom, and Darro Chea, of York.
Lafayette College: Lucy McKnight, of Felton; Haley Garrison, of Glen Rock; Sally Trout, of Seven Valleys; Kevin McHugh, of Shrewsbury; and Drew Jeffrey, of Wrightsville.
St. Anselm College: Samantha L. Carten, of Etters.
University of Findlay: Casey Jones, of Lewisberry, and Karis Frain, of York.
Kutztown University: Chelsea Richards, of Dallastown, and Timothy Gulley, of Red Lion.
Duquesne University: Justine Zick, of Shrewsbury, was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi honor society.
Hood College: Chris Reily and Kara O'Leary, both of Hanover, were initiated into Phi Kappa Phi honor society.
Kutztown University: Joseph Favinger, of Dillsburg, and Zoey Grolman, of York, were named to the National Broadcasting Society and Allyson Gable, of Dallastown, was initiated into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society.
Pennsylvania State University: Among those initiated into Phi Kappa Phi honor society are Jordan Shouey, of Dillsburg; R. Weiser, of Etters; Gillian Colley and Kyle Sheely, both of Hanover; and Alex Brands, Siddharth Kedia, Madison McSherry, Katie Reeves and Jacob Winemiller, all of York.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology: Among those inducted into Phi Theta Kappa honor society are Jordan Shearer, of Dover; Gregory Jackson, of Hellam; Cory Miller, of Red Lion; and Wayne Bushey III, of York.
University of Tampa: Meredith Brown, of Hanover, was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi honor society.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania: Among the students selected for the Sutton Scholars academic achievement scholarship program are Kylie Cotroneo, of Northeastern Senior High School; Alexis Noel, of Central York High School; Jonathan Shaffer, of Dover Area High School; and Randi G. Warner, of Red Lion Area High School.
Kutztown University: The Office of Conference Services has appointed Emily Bellino, of Hanover, to its 2014 summer staff.
Lebanon Valley College: Among the first-year students who were recognized for making an impact on campus are Bradford Capatch, of Dallastown; Kyle Rosen, of Etters; Kali Rodgers, of Lewisberry; Rachel Moltz, of New Freedom; Laura Schmidt, of Red Lion; Emily Thoman, of Wrightsville; and Abigail Hudson, Lyndsay Riedel and Morgan Webb, all of York.
McDaniel College: Charles Eron, of Hanover, was chosen to perform in the Student Voice and Piano Recital.
Southern Methodist University: Gabriela Stilwell, of York, received a Multicultural Academic Achievement Award.
Susquehanna University: Michael Doran, of York, was named a student tour guide for the 2014–15 academic year.
Kutztown University: Phillip Smith, of Windsor, served in New Orleans during spring break.
Stevenson University: Lauren Mattes, of New Freedom, studied in eastern Europe; Chelsea Raras, of Stewartstown, studied in Berlin, Germany; and Megan Hicks, of York, served in New Orleans during spring break.
Widener University: Jacie Shuman of Etters, served in Mobile, Ala., during spring break.
Wilkes University: Haley Miller, of Spring Grove, served in the Dominican Republic during spring break.