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Students inducted into Middlesex County College Honor Society

Rebecca Nowalski
Middlesex County Freeholder/Director Ronald Rios greets the crowd during Middlesex County College’s 50th commencement ceremony held at the NJ Convention and Expo Center on May 23.

Eighty students were recently inducted into the Middlesex County College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges.

Area students include:

Valeria Orihuela of the Avenel section of Woodbridge;

Emil Hathaway and Anthony Ottaviano of the Colonia section of Woodbridge;

 Nicola Laurie, Deitric Murphy, Jean Reger and Theresa Sawicki of East Brunswick;

 Hadir Abdelaal, George Alencherry, Kimberly Brenton, Brianna Daly, John Fragasso, Miranda Gido, Jabra Houdali, Emily Karlowski, Manleen Kaur, Julia Nordhausen, Christina Pascucci, Amanda Rodriguez, Madiha Saeed, Giselle Salazar, Adam Samet, Paolo Antonio Sering, Roopjeet Singh, Christian Therrien and Yin Zhang of Edison;

 Matthew Mejia-Martinez of the Fords section of Woodbridge;

Lisette Morales of the Hopelawn section of Woodbridge;

Vikas Matta of the Iselin section of Woodbridge;

Haley Sklans and Alexandria Wonski of Metuchen;

Nhu Thuy Huynh and Simran Kaur of Monroe;

 Kimberly Feggulis, Emilio Melendez and Tracy Ruvolo of North Brunswick;

 Elana Bain, Mark Hanna, Sai Prashanthi Thoutam and Mark Volosov of Old Bridge;


Oksana Bagrii, Jacqueline Christo, Rachel Holzer, Logan Park and Kimberly Stratton of Parlin;

Brandon Chinchilla, Paul Gonzalez, Nancy Rutledge and Mustafa Sadiq of Sayreville;


Donald Delgandio, Hubert Maslowski and Victoria Reilly of South Amboy


Ahmad Elrefahy, Simone Outlaw and Leslie Pelaez of South River; and


Edmundo Leiva of Woodbridge.

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