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2011 Outstanding Senior Woman and Man

April 21, 2011

Michael BorderAnnie PattonAnnie Patton and Michael Border were named Outstanding Senior Woman and Man during the University of Mount Union’s annual Senior Recognition and Honors Convocation held Tuesday, April 19.

                                                              
An exercise science major of Darlington, Pennsylvania, Patton’s campus activities include Campus Crusade for Christ, Fellowship for Christian Athletes, Religious Life Council, Raider Relief, Exercise Science Club, Pre-Health Professions Club, Alpha Lambda Delta and Mount Union Student Athletic Advisory Committee. She is also a member of Mount Union’s women’s indoor and outdoor track team, and has been named to the dean’s list numerous times.
 
Border, a biochemistry major of Strongsville, Ohio, is just as active as on campus. His campus activities include American Chemical Society, Fellowship for Christian Athletes, Student Senate, Pre-Health Professions Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sophomore Service, Raider Relief, Raider Programming Board, First Year Experience, Scholastic Achievement Coalition and Blue Key Honor Society. Border, who serves as the 2011 senior class president, has been named to the dean’s list numerous times.

Semifinalists for Outstanding Senior Woman included:
  • Teale Harold, a senior political science and international studies major of North Canton, Ohio
  • Abigail Honaker, a senior English: writing major of Fresno, Ohio
  • Nicole Plant, a senior business administration major of Upper Arlington, Ohio
  • Sarah Snyder, a senior accounting major of North Canton, Ohio


Semifinalist for Oustanding Senior Man included:
  • B. Cody Adkinson, senior Spanish and biology major of Bellevue, Ohio
  • Adam Shonk, a senior business administration major of Alliance, Ohio
  • Will Warren, a senior sport business major of Warrensville Heights, Ohio


These awards have been presented to deserving seniors for more than 30 years. Nominations are based upon leadership, citizenship, service and scholarship.
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