Photo courtesy East Stroudsburg University.

Fisher, Williams Earn College Degrees

May 7, 2024

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – Sydney Fisher, of Warren, was among the more than 500 graduates from Flagler College’s Class of 2024 on Sunday, May 5.

Fisher earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art and Art & Design departmental award.

Flagler’s graduating class, whose students exemplify resiliency, courage, intelligence, creativity, passion, and an enterprising spirit, embarked on their college journeys in 2020 amid a global pandemic. Their unwavering perseverance and commitment has led them to this momentous occasion.

For many of these graduates, it was their first time donning a cap and gown and walking across a stage because their high school graduations were either canceled or occurred virtually.

This year’s graduating class brought ideas and perspectives from across the country and world, with more than a dozen international students and a class of domestic students from 29 states and one U.S. territory.

The most represented majors among the graduating seniors are Psychology (55 majors), Business Administration (52), Criminology (34), Graphic Design (29), Marketing (28), Coastal Environmental Science (26), Digital Media Production & Journalism (24), Accounting (20), Sport Management (19), and English (17).

Jacob Williams Graduates from East Stroudsburg University

EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. – Jacob Williams of Russell, graduated with a B.S. in Exercise Science during East Stroudsburg’s undergraduate commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 4.

A total of 1,194 students received degrees from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania during three commencement exercises on May 3 and May 4. Graduate students were honored on Friday, May 3 and two ceremonies for undergraduate students were held on Saturday, May 4.

A total of 941 bachelor’s degrees, 237 master’s degrees and 16 doctoral degrees were awarded.

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