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“We still have to overcome cases like Nina Baccala of North Providence, cum laude from the New England School of Law and clerk for Superior Court Judge Raymond J. Brassard, one of the many new law graduates who moonlight as an escort.”
“From her resume it would seem that Lori has graduated 'summa cu laude from the O'Neillian clan.”
“Had I known then what I know now, my application might have looked very different: graduated magna cum laude from the Bill Clinton President School (TM) holds two simultaneous parliamentary seats, for Calgary Southwest and Laurier Sainte-Marie in 2005, Rt. Hon.”
“Mr. Eigen graduated cum laude from the University of Rhode Island with a BS in Finance.”
“Mr. Funston was graduated with honours from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut in 1932 and cum laude from the Harvard School of Business Administration in 1934.”
“She holds a bachelor’s in chemistry cum laude from the Mapua Institute of Technology, and a master’s and doctorate in biochemistry from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.”
“In working on this post, I discovered that Sotomayor not only graduated summa cum laude which is determined by the departments, she received the M.”
“I also graduated from the district with honors and subsequently earned my bachelors of the arts degree in political science summa cum laude from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.”
“He also studied to be a paramedic; deployed to Afghanistan two more times; and graduated summa cum laude with a BA in history from UCLA.”
“Coming from a housing project in the Bronx, Sotomayor ended up graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton.”
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