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Local students make fall 2021 dean’s list at Morningside

Morningside is a private four-year liberal arts university in Sioux City.

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Morningside University announced that 13 local students were among 421 named to the dean’s list for the fall semester of the 2021-22 academic year.

They earned a 3.67-grade point average or better and completed at least 12 credits of coursework with no grade below a C-. Students who achieved a 4.0-grade point average are denoted with an asterisk*.

Area students on the dean’s list were: Danielle L. Unrau*, Arnolds Park, Iowa; Sarah G. Perez, Larchwood, Iowa; Karoline J. Klingensmith, Lester, Iowa; Melanie A. Harson*, Little Rock, Iowa; Tyler D. Kriener, Okoboji, Iowa; Zed W. Heimensen* and Callie D. Yeakel, Rock Rapids, Iowa; Octavio Mejia, Sibley, Iowa; Anna C. Fuelberth*, Creighton Morisch, Benedict P. Steffens* and Mason P. Weeks*, Spirit Lake, Iowa; and Payton J. Sauerbrei*, Worthington.

Morningside is a private four-year liberal arts university in Sioux City. Visit morningside.edu for more information.

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