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Ten students selected as 2018 Senior Honors

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Ten students were selected as the class of 2018 Senior Honors at Wichita State University. The students were honored at a banquet on Wednesday, April 18.

Being named a Senior Honor recipient is one of the most prestigious honors a WSU student can receive. Since the program’s inception in 1917, more than 1,050 students have been selected for this distinction.

Less than 1 percent of all WSU students receive this honor. Selection is based on a student’s commitment to academic excellence, involvement on campus and contribution to the community, academic standing and oral and written communication skills.

The 2018 Senior Honors recipients are:

Jessica Aldrich - 2014 graduate of Washburn Rural High School, Topeka

Kaylee Ball - 2014 graduate of Central High School, St. Joseph, Missouri

Ashwin Govindarajan - 2013 graduate Wichita East High School

Paige E. Hungate - 2014 graduate of Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School, Wichita

Andrea Murillo - 2014 graduate of Bishop Carroll Catholic High School, Wichita

Meenakshi Kavya Natesan - 2014 graduate of Wichita East High School

Jenny Kim Nguyen - 2014 graduate of Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School, Wichita

Mikaela Raudsepp - 2014 graduate of C. S. Lewis Academy, Newberg, Oregon

Manuel A. Villarreal - 2012 graduate of Wichita High School East

Amy Vuong - 2014 graduate of Wichita Southeast High School

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Created on Wednesday, April 25, 2018; Last modified on Thursday, April 26, 2018