Curry College's Second Batch of Local Graduates

College issues two undifferentiated lists on same day...

Editor's note:  This will be Cape Cod Today's final publication of news issued by Curry College.  Last month Curry issued two lists of graduates on the same day, which were undifferentiated and appeared to be duplicate lists. They were, in fact, two separate lists of graduates that completed their studies at different times.  

MILTON , MA (05/21/2018)-- Curry College is pleased to announce that the following residents received degrees on Sunday, May 20, 2018, at Commencement Exercises in Milton, Massachusetts:

  • Danielle Anderson of Forestdale received a Bachelor of Science degree
  • Emma Baker of South Yarmouth received a Master of Business Administration degree
  • Carl Ferrari of Sagamore received a Master of Business Administration degree
  • Olivia Goddard of Sandwich received a Master of Education degree
  • Natallia Lassor of South Yarmouth received a Bachelor of Arts degree
  • Tina Lehane of Cotuit received a Bachelor of Arts degree
  • Danielle Lucca of Centerville received a Bachelor of Arts degree
  • Paige Mazzur of Yarmouth Port received a Bachelor of Science degree
  • Erika McDermott of Sagamore Beach received a Bachelor of Arts degree
  • Chace Pagani of Marstons Mills received a Bachelor of Arts degree
  • DeMarco Potts of East Falmouth received a Bachelor of Arts degree
  • Sabrina Ribeiro of Centerville received a Bachelor of Science degree
  • Alexander Wardell of Sandwich received a Bachelor of Arts degree

Social entrepreneur Dr. Navyn Salem, Hon. '18 served as Commencement speaker and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree. Salem founded Edesia, a nonprofit organization that helps get high-quality "miracle" food into the hands of the world's most malnourished children.

The College also awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree to the Hon. Anthony M. Campo, '79, Hon. '18. Campo, an Associate Justice of the Superior Court in Massachusetts, is a Curry College alumnus and trustee.


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