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Washington State University’s president’s honor roll for the 2010 fall semester included the following Plateau students.

To be named to the list, undergraduate students must be enrolled in at least nine graded hours and earn a grade-point average of 3.75 or have a cumulative GPA or 3.5.

Black Diamond: Mallory L. Bouchee, Rachel L. Bowen, Mitch M. Boyer, Arika L. Flynn, Toree R. Flynn and Brittany H. Hall.

Buckley: Lisa L. Kohout, Jessica P. Magstadt, Kaelin M. Paulson, Jenifer A. Pitman, Randi L. Plotke, Katie E. Siewert and Emily Stephens.

Carbonado: Victoria P. Marsh.

Enumclaw: Danelle M. Borgen, Angela M. Chesley, Gabrielle L. Engelhard, Brittney L. Finck, Daniel A. Geiss, Tia J. Hanks, Levi J. Keene, Stephanie E. McKinlay, Ebony Mena, Luke P. Renaud, Hannah K. Searcy and Jeremy R. Stenslie.

Ravensdale: Corrina L. Dirks, Erika L. Matson, Katie A. Matson, Lauren J. McTighe, Kimberly I. Mitchell, Daniel G. Mjelde, Michael C. R. Pregent and Cristy D. Wilkerson.

South Prairie: Kelsie L. Kauzlarich.

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Enumclaw resident Lynn Elizabeth Thayer has been named to the president’s honor roll for her work in the fall 2010 semester, a distinction given to those who achieve the highest academic standards.

To be included, students must record a 4.0 grade-point average for their work in qualifying classes. Additionally, students must complete at least 12 hours of on-campus class credit for the semester. Correspondence credit is not included in determining those included on the honor roll.

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