BCC Names Local Fall Dean's List Students

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College (BCC) is pleased to announce it has named 106 students to the fall 2022 dean's list.  
To be eligible for the dean's list, full-time students must achieve a GPA of 3.750 to 4.000 to earn high honors, while students with a GPA of 3.250 to 3.749 earn an honors designation. 
All dean's list students must have declared a major and must have completed at least 12 traditionally graded credit hours during a fall or spring semester of one academic year.  
The following Berkshire County students qualified for high honors: 
Ryan Bednarz, Corrisa Regan 
Kendall Benlien, Ashton Bird, Madeline Esko, Ryan Scott, Jaiden Tatro 
East Otis:
David Richard 
Great Barrington:
Kelsey Mcmahon, Stephanie Sanchez Heredia 
Mariangel Dus 
Priscilla Lee, Natalie Pollard 
Megan Gaul, Juliana Rodriguez 
Sean Coakley, Diya Loftus, John Mcnulty, Violeta Rabiaj 
New Ashford:
Kyle Trottier 
North Adams:
Tiffany Kuzia 
Faith Wehner 
Briana Arseneau, Cate Bennett, Brianna Breault-Clary, Noah Collingwood, Connor Diehl, Conner Ferris, Nicole Fillio, Marlie Fitch, Matthew Garrity, William Garrity, Hayleigh Gavin, Tyler Geoghan, Chloe Haas, Gabrielle Harding, Caleb Houghtling, Jamie Leach, Ashley Lewis, Shivang Mehta, Simeon Mercier, Lisa Orazio, Adam Oubtrou, Hugo Pizarro-Gundelfinger, Gloria Rodriguez de Souza, Rose Segarra, Blake Smith, Ethan Trautman, Sally Twumasi, Emily Welch, Dana Willette 
West Stockbridge:
Adrian Jannelli 
Josephine Overbeck 
Olivia Millis  
The following students qualified for honors: 
Stacia Fortier, Jakob Revett 
Louis Roberts 
Justin Denette 
Karen Betit, Anna Casella, Timothy Therrien 
Cameron Turner  
Jordan Rosier, Seth Schultheis, Stormy Wade 
Tabor Paul, Kevin Ramirez, Kody Tremblay             
Dakota Artioli, Antonia Bedard Torres, Anastasiya Bolotova, Brody Boos, Christine Carlson, Madelyn Croce, Eduardo Dominguez, Henry Dutan, Lucas Duval, Jennifer Filippi, Lauren Giusti, Kaden Griffin, Juliana Hektor, Brandon Lyman, Owen McNeil, Joshua Meaney, Perla Mendoza, Anna Najimy, Carolyn Parris, Karla Pauta, Amelia Pecon, Chase Racine, Austin Rock, Clarise Seguin, Nya Shrader, Sadie Sims, Cordelia Toomey-Arnold, Izabella Vianna Squires, Caroline Whitman 
Arianna Kendall 

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Construction Grant Changes No Longer Align with Berkshire Atheneum's Goals

By Sabrina DammsiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass — The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners has adjusted this round of its construction grant program, no longer aligning with the Berkshire Athenaeum's goals. 
This grant round is really no longer a renovation program, library Director Alex Reczkowski said during a trustees meeting last week.
Interested applicants need at least two locations that they would be interested in pursuing as possible libraries or locations, not just the current library, he said. Acceptance of the award is once every 30 years. 
Although the library has some physical upgrades to the building in its strategic plan, it does not have enough data for a bigger project than that, Reczkowski said. 
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