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Students graduate from Texas A&M in College Station

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COLLEGE STATION -- Diplomas were awarded to approximately 3,500 Texas A&M University graduates during fall 2010 commencement ceremonies.

Among those receiving degrees were:

Jameson C. Baker of Floresville, Bachelor of Arts in political science; Heather K. Condra of Floresville, Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary studies; Joseph C. Fuller of Elmendorf, Bachelor of Science in animal science; Joshua A. Gutz of La Vernia, Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering; Garett J. Kolodziej of Poth, Bachelor of Science in animal science; Joslyn R. Kotzur of La Vernia, Bachelor of Science in animal science; Clayton W. Laskowski of Floresville, Bachelor of Science in agricultural economics; Britta E. Moore of Floresville, Bachelor of Science in psychology; and Lyndy Y. Neale of Sutherland Springs, Bachelor of Science in psychology.

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