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Sarah Rose Stackhouse of Grass Valley graduated June 15 with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash.

Stackhouse graduated in 2000 from Nevada Union High School. She is the daughter of Terry and Dennise Stackhouse of Grass Valley.


Reynold Strossen recently received his bachelor of arts degree in political science, with honors, from the University of Chicago.

Strossen is the son of Randall Strossen and Elizabeth Hammond, of Nevada City. He attended Nevada City Elementary School, Deer Creek Elementary School and Seven Hills Middle School before continuing his education at the Cate School in Carpinteria, Calif.


Haley Menig, a 2003 graduate of Nevada Union High School, graduated on June 16 with a bachelor of science degree in anthropology, with honors, from the University of California, Los Angeles.


Jessica Whitten earned a bachelor of arts degree with honors in psychology with a concentration in health and development from Stanford University on June 17.

Whitten is a member of the Psi Chi honor society and will continue at Stanford for a master’s degree in psychology.

She is a 2003 graduate of Nevada Union High School and the daughter of Roy and Jeanne Whitten of Nevada City.


The Art Institute of California, Sacramento, will begin classes in October 2007, offering bachelor of science programs in culinary management, digital film making and production, graphic design, interior design and Web design and interactive media.

Associate of science degrees also are offered in some areas. The institute’s Sacramento campus is among 36 across North America.

For more information, call (800) 477-1957 or visit http://www.artinstitutes.edu/sacramento.


Do you have news to share with the community related to education? Contact Staff Writer Soumitro Sen at soumitros@ theunion.com or call 477-4229.

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