By Melody Vallieu
TIFFIN — A total of 36 Heidelberg University students are participating this academic year in the university’s chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the national service fraternity.
• Among Heidelberg’s APO members are the following local residents:
• Kaitlynn Caldwell of Conover, a junior majoring in education
• Emily Sorauf of Troy, a junior majoring in biology
Heidelberg’s APO, advised by English professor Dr. David Kimmel, is a co-ed group committed to provide community service, leadership development and social opportunities for college students. The students perform service projects on campus and in the Tiffin and Seneca County community throughout the academic year. Nationally, APO is the largest collegiate fraternity with chapters at more than 350 campuses and an active membership of more than 25,000 students.
NELSONVILLE — Hocking College is pleased to announce that the following students from your area have been added to the dean’s list for spring semester 2013.
• Samuel Angle, Covington
• Emma Swigart, Laura
• Rachel Bruns, The Plains
• Ashley Russell, The Plains
• Kacey Locker, Tipp City
• Grady Hoellrich, Troy
Each student earned at least a 3.3 grade point average and completed 12 or more credit hours.
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