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Olivet College announces May 2000 graduates
Jun 14, 2000

Commencement exercises for the 2000 graduates of Olivet College were held May 1, 2000. United States Senator Carl Levin (D-Michigan) entertained and challenged the graduating class with his motivating commencement address.



May 2000 graduates from the state of Michigan include:



Thomas Anderson (Brighton)

Keri Anguilm (Wayland)

Jesse Barnum (Hastings)

Priyadarshani Basnyat (Olivet)

Jesse Bell (Marshall)

Kylee Bildner (Manitou Beach)

Craig Bowen (Hastings)

David Canu (Northville)

Tescha Carr (White Lake)

Marty Cartwright (Ashley)

Jonta Duck (Oak Park)

Tara Evans (Bellevue)

Kimberly Fry (Potterville)

Jason Godin (Barrie)

Audrey Haddock (Battle Creek)

Erin Hanlon (Lansing)

Harry Hedges (Marshall)

Judith Henckel (Athens)

Eddie Herron (Pontiac)

Angela Horney (Quincy)

Adina Huda (Olivet)

Patricia James (Leslie)

Mark Kavanaugh (Saulte Ste. Marie)

Sarah Kelly (Marshall)

Jennifer Kling (Olivet)

Nicholas Lauth (Southfield)

Mitchell Lawens (Grand Ledge)

Heather Layne (Albion)

Michael Line (Charlotte)

Sara Macaluso (Howell)

Xavier Marquez (Mesquite)

Pamela McConnell (Olivet)

Timothy McDaniel (Eaton Rapids)

Joshua McElvany (Monroe)

Sheri Meadors (Hinsdale)

Kenneth Milliman (Tekonsha)

Daniel Myer (Saginaw)

Lisa Newman (Olivet)

Zachary Parsons (Lansing)

Samantha Pearl (Battle Creek)

Scott Pratt (Marshall)

Harry Quardokus (Olivet)

Sarah Slancik (Coleman)

Jennifer Smith (Kalamazoo)

Laura Strank (Eaton Rapids)

Tracie Sundberg (Homer)

Tamara Swoope (Crete)

Matthew Tanis (Portage)

Kyle Uramkin (Gobles)

Erin Vanderstelt (Charlotte)

Cindy Vandongen(Battle Creek)

Louis Vasilion (Olivet)

Jeffrey Webb (Bellevue)

Lisa Wiegand (Frankenmuth)

Kristina Youmans (Saranac)

Lisa Zinke (Bellevue)



Olivet College is a private, liberal arts college located in south central lower Michigan. The College was the first in the country by charter to admit women and persons of color. Its more than 900 students participate in a unique educational experience known as The Olivet Plan. As part of this effort, students are engaged in both classroom and practical programs incorporating real world experiences with lecture and service learning. The Colleges commitment to providing access to a comprehensive and diverse learning environment is reflected in all aspects of The Olivet Plan. The aspirations of Olivet College are advanced in the Colleges vision: Education for Individual and Social Responsibility.


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