Michael G. Murphy, a former football player for Park City High School, recently graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara where he was awarded a plaque for earning the highest GPA , a plaque for Best Intern Project, and a monetary gift for Best All-Around Student. In the fall he will be attending the University of Pennsylvania to study geographic information systems.
William John LoPatrello, a Park City High School alumnus also graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara.
The following Park City residents recently graduated from Boston University: Daniel Acker earned a B.S. in Journalism, Lori Macdonald earned a B.S. in Communication and Matthew Weight earned a B.F.A. in accounting.
Weight was also named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester.
Casey McTigue, Park City High School class of 2002, graduated May 11 from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics.
McTigue graduated with academic recognition, Summa Cum Laude, indicating a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 or higher over the course of his studies at ASU.
He plans to begin law school this fall at Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California Berkeley.
Mary Dunford, a sixth-grader at The Colby School, had a short story accepted for publication in the 2006 edition of the Anthology of Short Stories Written by Young Americans.
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Votes pour into the Summit County Clerk’s Office, with ballots from 57% of active voters already processed on Thursday before election
The system is working smoothly, an official said, and with the number of early returns, election night results might well reveal winners in local races even as some votes remain uncounted.