64 Boston College Students Are In New 'Who's Who'

The 1996 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges includes 64 Boston College students who have been selected as outstanding national leaders.

Students from more than 1,800 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations were selected for inclusion based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success.

Boston College seniors included in Who's Who are John Andrews Jr., Beth Armstrong, Catherine Bowler, Mary-Alice Brady, Ryan Brady, Chad Carlton, David Condon, Melissa Culkin, Paul Curtis, Sarah Dawgert, John Dempsey, Brigid Doherty, Linda Dorcena, Amy Fahey, Jeffrey Ferranti, Michele Figueiredo, Timothy Fitzgibbons, Wendy Gordon, Alexandra Govatsos, Todd Gustin, Gregory Hegerich, Michael Hofman, Mary Kelleher, Joshua Kennedy, Dane Koepke, Argiroula Krypotos, Joseph McKenna, Patricia McLaughlin, Mark McManmon, Massiel Medina and Zebulon Miletsky.

Other seniors are Michael O'Reilly, Justin O'Sullivan, Leonardine Pacombe, Erin Parks, Annabell Perez, Vianka Perez, Xiomara Ramos, Kimberly Reisinger, Joshua Rhodes, Patricia Roy, Eric Sakalowsky, Pamela Sanchez, Jessie Saul, Richard Sawchak, Cynthia Scannell, Robert Scheu, Amy Schoeffield, Jennifer Scutt, April Skou, Derek Smith, Richard Song, Richard Staropoli, Renalyn Te, David Telep, Sebastien Tran, Joel Vengco and Keisha Wooten.

Juniors included are Rebecca Cacciato, Renee Gorski, Gaetan Laurencon, Reginald Sealey, Alisha Shorts and Poll Valerio.

- S.H.

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