College Graduates

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Bard College at Simon's Rock in Great Barrington graduated the following students on May 25, 2015:

• Harrison Gregg, 20, of Lenox, graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts in computer science and mathematics. He attended Lenox Memorial High School before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Charlie Suydam, 19, of East Otis, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in drawing, painting and printmaking, and psychology. Suydam attended Monument Mountain Regional High School in Great Barrington before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Georges Pichard, 17, of Great Barrington, graduated with distinction with an associate of arts in liberal arts. He attended Monument Mountain Regional High School before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Dakotah Lamb, 18, of North Egremont, graduated with distinction with an associate of arts in liberal arts. Lamb attended Mount Everett Regional School in Sheffield before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Jacob Kerzner, 17, of Sheffield, graduated with distinction with an associate of arts in liberal arts. He attended Mount Everett Regional School before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Amanda Johnston, 20, of Sheffield, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts in ceramics, sculpture, 3D design and music. She attended Mount Everett Regional School before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Rachel McDermott, 17, of Pittsfield, graduated with an associate of arts in liberal arts. She attended Taconic High School in Pittsfield before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Christina Lothrop, 19, of Pittsfield, graduated with an associate of arts in liberal arts. She attended Taconic High School in Pittsfield before leaving to enter college early after completing 10th grade.

• Isabella Goldman, 21, of Great Barrington, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts in photography and linguistics. She attended High Mowing School in Wilton, N.H., before leaving to enter college early after completing 11th grade.

Michaela E. Powers of Boston, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Powers of Dalton, graduated Dec. 18, 2015, from Fitchburg State University with a master of business administration degree in management.

She is employed by Samuel Adams, Boston Beer Company, as a certified public accountant and senior risk management and review analyst.

Powers graduated from Wahconah Regional High School in Dalton in 2008 and from Bentley University in Waltham in 2012 with a bachelor of science degree in accountancy, a minor in law and a concentration in health and industry.

She received a CPA license in June 2015.

Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, N.Y., held its commencement ceremony on May 16, 2015. The following area students earned associate's degrees and certificates.

• Kali Rieman of Stephentown, N.Y., graduated from the nursing academic program. Rieman finished the required course of study at the completion of the spring 2015 semester.

• Audrey Smith of Stephentown graduated from the individual studies academic program. Smith finished the required course of study at the completion of the fall 2014 semester.

• Samantha Spaniol of Stephentown graduated from the business administration academic program. Spaniol finished the required course of study at the completion of the fall 2014 semester.

• David Buell of Williamstown graduated from the Mechanical Engineering Technology academic program. Buell finished the required course of study at the completion of the spring 2015 semester.

The following students received degrees from Western New England University in Springfield on Oct. 15, 2015:

• William Bodine of Pittsfield received a master of science in mechanical engineering.

• Brittany Mason of Pittsfield received a master of science in electrical engineering.

• Debasis Singh of Pittsfield received a master of business administration.

• Elaina Strampach of Southfield received a master of science in applied behavior analysis.


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