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• Michael D. Perich of Cloquet, a student at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., spent the January interim term studying off-campus in the Theater in Russia program, in Russia. Perich, a graduate of Esko High School, is the son of Sara Dougherty and Daniel Perich. He plans to graduate from St. Olaf in 2011.

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• The following students were named to the dean's list at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus for the 2009 fall semester: Rebecca Cook, Jessica Vork and Sarah Williams, all of Cloquet; and Eliza Grames and Christopher Marquis, both of Esko. The students are all attending the College of Liberal Arts. Students recognized achieved a grade point average of 3.66 or higher.

• The following students graduated from the University of Wisconsin Superior and degrees were conferred at the university's Winter Commencement ceremony held Dec. 19, 2009: Thomas Bartczak of Cloquet, Bachelor of Science degree; Ryan Charon of Cloquet, Bachelor of Science degree; David Hack of Cloquet, Bachelor of Science degree; Jeffrey Jens of Cloquet, Bachelor of Science degree; Matthew Kramer of Cloquet, Bachelor of Science degree; Andrew Quinlan of Cloquet, Bachelor of Science degree; Amber Rousse of Cloquet, Bachelor of Arts degree; Derek Wimmer of Cloquet, Bachelor of Science degree; Sarah Swenson of Esko, Bachelor of Arts degree; and Michael Loucks of Wrenshall, Bachelor of Science degree.

• Andrew Rodd of Cloquet was named to the dean's list at St. Olaf College for the 2009 fall semester. Students honored achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or higher. Rodd, a graduate of Cloquet High School, is the son of Kerry and Roni Rodd of Cloquet.

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