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2 earn college degrees; another on dean’s list

Kailey Parker earns

UNH anthropology degree

Kailey Parker of Mocksville graduated from the University of New Hampshire over the weekend of May 22 and May 23 with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology.

Samuel Nesbit graduates

from Campbell Law School

Samuel Nesbit of Mocksville is among the 166 graduates that Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law conferred Juris Doctor degrees upon on May 7 at Red Hat Amphitheater during its 43rd hooding and graduation ceremony.

“Today is the culmination of a seemingly endless amount of hard work, preparation and sacrifice,” Dean J. Rich Leonard said. “We celebrate your accomplishments to date, and we look forward to watching as you launch your new careers.”

Nesbit was among the Class of 2021 graduates who chose to participate in an in-person ceremony at the amphitheater in downtown Raleigh.

Holland Barber named

to High Point dean’s list

Holland Barber of Mocksville was named to the spring semester academic dean’s list at High Point University with a 3.5 or higher grade point average.