The following area University of Mississippi students were degree candidates for the spring semester:
Lowndes: Austin Patrick Allsup, Bachelor of Arts; Hillary Kinard Black, Master of Science; Savannah Elizabeth Bryant, Bachelor of Arts; Lilla Grace Flora, Bachelor of Arts in Education; Breanne Stevenson Griffin, Bachelor of Arts; Maleaka Nicole Guice, Bachelor of Arts; Morgan Lindsey Lamb, Master of Accountancy; Jalisa Breanna Mayfield, Master of Science; Leila Katelyn McDill, Bachelor of Science; Renel Lashae Nicholson, Bachelor of Arts; Lawson Oktibbeha: Thomas Peel, Bachelor of Business Administration; and Lasharra Audrianna Wilson, Bachelor of Social Work.
Tabitha Bandi, Juris Doctor; Laura Elizabeth Bridges, Bachelor of Arts; Molly Rivers Edmondson, Bachelor of Arts; Raven Simone Edwards, Bachelor of Arts; Nathan Daniel Ford, Bachelor of Fine Arts; Jonathan Gullett, Juris Doctor; Prudence Laquita Hatchett, Master of Education; Anne Caroline King, Juris Doctor; Royce Vandiver Miles, Bachelor of Arts; Russell Donnelly Munroe, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice; Ciara Colleen Oakley, Master of Business Administration; Tiyunna Lashell Ringo, Bachelor of Arts; Hal Edward Sullivan, Bachelor of Arts; Shelby Lynne Wheatley, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science; and Hudson Thomas Woomer, Bachelor of Arts.
The following UM students are degree candidates for the summer semester: Darneshia Rousha Dismukes, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice; Tyler Reynolds Coleman, Bachelor of Business Administration; Elizabeth Claire Wiygul, Bachelor of Business Administration; and Sarah Elizabeth McDaniel, B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, all of Lowndes County.
Nikia Chara’e Harvey, Bachelor of General Studies; Jordan Troisi, Master of Arts; Kylie Ann Lockhart, Bachelor of Arts in Recreation Admin; Courtney Machelle Hall, B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences; and Roger Wright, B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, all of Oktibbeha County.
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