Anthony Vinci and Rebecca Castagna of Dover, Alyssa Tunney of Patterson, Kendra Neves of Poughquag receive degrees from Quinnipiac University


HAMDEN, Conn. (June 2, 2016) – [Name] of [Hometown], [State], received a [degree] [major] from Quinnipiac University during a commencement ceremony held in May.

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Dover Plains, NY –  Anthony Vinci, Bachelor of Science in international business and Bachelor of Science in computer information systems

Patterson, NY –  Alyssa Tunney, Bachelor of Science in behaviorial neuroscience

Poughquag, NY – Kendra Neves, Bachelor of Science in nursing

Wingdale, NY – Rebecca Castagna, Bachelor of Arts in journalism