Students in the news, Dec. 24

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Local students graduate from Minnesota State University Mankato

MANKATO — The following local students recently graduated from Minnesota State University Mankato.

Bemidji: Sharna Johnson graduated with a Master of Science degree in Special Education, Amy Mathiowetz graduated cum laude with a graduate certificate in Taxation, Amy Mathiowetz graduated cum laude with a Master of Accounting degree in Accounting, Heather Sutherland graduated with a Master of Science degree in Special Education and Ashley Theisen graduated with a Master of Science degree in Elementary Education.

Blackduck: Ayushi Patel graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems and Ayushi Patel graduated with a certificate in Integrated Business Experience.

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