Grayslake Area Grads Recognized

From studying abroad to interning in Washington D.C., Grayslake area students are making the grade in college and graduate school.

Grayslake grads study sbroad

The following local students attending Lake Forest College are studying off-campus during the fall 2012 semester:

Marianne Jozsi '14, of Lake Villa, will study in London, England as part of the Academic Programs International. Jozsi is studying at the University of Westminster. Jozsi attended Grayslake North High School in Grayslake.

Savanna Losik '13, of Grayslake, will study in New Zealand as part of the Lake Forest New Zealand Program. Lake Forest, in collaboration with IES, offers a fall semester program in New Zealand, appropriate for students in all disciplines, including the natural sciences. Losik attended Prospect High School in Mt. Prospect.

News from Clemson University

Sara Anne Berry, of Lindenhurst, recently enrolled at Clemson University. Berry is majoring in Political Science. Berry is among nearly 3,400 freshmen at Clemson for the fall semester.

Grayslake student interns for U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin

Scott Sloan, of Grayslake, will spend part of the fall interning for U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), working behind the scenes in the Senator’s Capitol Hill office.

Sloan, son of Patty and Hal Sloan, is studying at Georgetown Law and will graduate with a joint degree. As one of two legal interns for Durbin, Sloan works with the staff of the Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Constitution, Civil and Human Rights, which Durbin chairs.

"While working with the Senator Durbin’s Judiciary staff, I have been able to do a lot of research on pending legislation and learn more about how current legislation is applied by the courts,” said Sloan.

“I was honored when Senator Durbin once made a statement to the Judiciary Committee based on my research. I called my dad the second I left work! I love that I have the opportunity to research real issues that have an immediate impact on national policy.”

Submitted by Lake Forest College, Clemson University and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin's Office.

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