Tuesday, June 12, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:    JUNE 12, 2012
FURTHER INFORMATION:       STACY ARMSTRONG (626) 857-4082, PAULA GREEN (626) 914-8873

 

Photo Caption - Citrus College Honors Claremont ‘Key of Knowledge’ Recipients

Photos by Ricky Lin

 

Rebecca Williams 

Key of Knowledge: Rebecca Williams, a 21-year-old Claremont resident, was one of two Claremont area students who were recently presented with Citrus College Keys of Knowledge during the college’s Academic Achievement Awards ceremony. In all, 10 students were honored for achieving the highest overall academic performance at Citrus College.  The Key of Knowledge award is the highest academic honor granted by the college.  Williams is an art and history major, is involved in tutoring and theater, and hopes to get her masters degree and possibly teach.  Pictured from left to right: Natalie Dougall Citrus College instructor and Key of Knowledge recipient Rebecca Williams.

 

                                 Ben Rhodes-Wickett                      

Pursuing Academic Excellence:  Ben Rhodes-Wickett, a 26-year-old Claremont student, was also presented with a Citrus College Key of Knowledge during the college’s Academic Achievement Awards ceremony.  Wickett, who has already completed a music program at Citrus College, plans to graduate next summer. He hopes to pursue a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and eventually realize his goal of working for an engineering firm or an aeronautics or aerospace company. Pictured from left to right: Ben Rhodes-Wickett, key of knowledge recipient and Gino Muñoz, Citrus College music, fine and performing arts instructor.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:    JUNE 12, 2012
FURTHER INFORMATION:       STACY ARMSTRONG (626) 857-4082, PAULA GREEN (626) 914-8873