Olympic Peninsula students named to Gonzaga president’s, dean’s list

SPOKANE — Gonzaga University has named eight local students to its fall 2021 president’s and dean’s lists.

Students named on the president’s list are: Madelyn Archibald of Forks; Liam Braaten of Sequim; Emily Bundy of Port Angeles; Hannah D’Amico of Sequim; and Alina Sampolinski of Sequim.

To qualify for the president’s list, a student must earn a grade-point average between 3.85 and 4.0.

Those named to the dean’s list are Scott Archibald of Forks; Aidan Braaten of Sequim; Margaret Ruddell of Port Angeles; and Emma Shogren of Sequim.

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must achieve a grade-point average between 3.5 and 3.84.

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