College news: Locals earn college degrees


Galion’s Rebekah Lantz earns medical degree

ATHENS — Rebekah Lantz, of Galion, received a doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) degree from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine last month

The child of Jonathan and Jennifer Lantz of Galion, in 2014 Dr. Lantz earned a B.S. in biology with a minor in Spanish from The Ohio State University, and is a 2008 graduate of Colonel Crawford High School. She will begin a residency in internal medicine at Wright State University in Dayton.

Local students Graduate from Ohio Christian University

CIRCLEVILLE — Karen Eichelberger of Galion and Seth Adams of Bucyrus have graduated from Ohio Christian University.

Eichelberger graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in substance abuse counseling. Adams graduated with an associate of arts in interdisciplinary studies.

Austin Stevens Performs in UF’s concerts

FINDLAY — Austin Stevens, of Bucyrus, recently performed in a spring band concert with the University of Findlay’s Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble. “Birth of a Nation,” the theme of the program, centered on music of the American Revolutionary and Civil wars. Stevens also performed in a spring instrumental recital at the University of Findlay. He played “Persuasion” by Sammy Nestico on the alto saxophone.

Locals on dean’s list at Cedarville University

CEDARVILLE — Adam Rinehart and Molly Schwall, both of Galion, were named to the dean’s honor list at Cedarville University:

Mount Gilead’s Shelbie Wiseman honored

NEW CONCORD — Shelbie Wiseman. of Mount Gilead received the Greg Riggar Dedicated to Sport Award at the recent Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Golden Hook Awards ceremony. The awards are presented to Muskingum’s most outstanding student-athletics, recognizing their competitive successes, good sportsmanship and commitment to academics, as voted by head coaches.

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