Bahamians graduate college
Published: Jun 12, 2013
Felicia Burns graduates College of Saint Benedict
Felicia Burns, daughter of Valerie and Dexter Burns of Nassau, Bahamas, participated in the commencement ceremony at the College of Saint Benedict (CSB) on May 11, in the Haehn Campus Center/Clemens Field House on the CSB campus, St. Joseph, Minnesota. Burns is a candidate to receive a bachelor of arts degree in French and chemistry.
Denise DeVaan ’75, senior consultant with ICF International, delivered the keynote address during the 98th annual commencement at CSB. Alivia Tison, senior Hispanic studies major from Des Moines, Iowa, was the student commencement speaker selected by this year’s senior class.
The 2013 CSB graduating class included 514 undergraduate women. When combined with Saint John’s University’s 409 undergraduate men, this year’s combined undergraduate graduating class totaled 923.
Lauren Sands graduates George Mason University
Lauren Lynden Lascelles Sands, the son of Robert ‘Sandy’ Sands and Michelle Pindling Sands of Nassau, Bahamas, participated in the commencement ceremony at George Mason University in Virginia. Sands received a Bachelor of Science degree in information technology.