Central Maine students graduate from Colby

WATERVILLE — Several students from central Maine were among 480 seniors who graduated from Colby College May 24 with bachelor or arts degrees.
Area graduates included:
Joseph M. Paluso, of Windham, who majored in biology with a neuroscience concentration, attended Windham High School, and is the son of Cheryl Paluso, of Greene, and Eugene Paluso, of Windham.
Melody Larson, of New Gloucester, who majored in environmental policy, attended Gray-New Gloucester High School and is the daughter of Kathryn Larson, of New Gloucester.
Adrienne N. Tracy, of Winthrop, who majored in environmental science and biology, attended North Yarmouth Academy and is the daughter of Jeffrey and Mary Ellen Tracy, of Winthrop.
Lena Martin, of Brunswick, who majored in environmental policy, attended Brunswick High School, and is the daughter of Burnham and Lisa Martin, of Brunswick.
Nicholas Tucker, of Brunswick, who majored in educational studies, attended Brunswick High School and is the son of Newell and Cheryl Tucker, of Brunswick.
Katherine Herzig, of Windham, who majored in art history, attended Windham High School and is the daughter of John and Elaine Herzig, of Windham.
Alyssa C. Chesney, of Blue Hill, who majored in history, attended George Stevens Academy and is the daughter of Grace Konecny, of Blue Hill, and Stephen Chesney, of Canaan.
Kathryn Bernier, of Waterville, who majored in biology, attended Waterville Senior High School and is the daughter of Daniel and Jennifer Bernier, of Waterville.
Madeline Greene, of Waterville, who majored in environmental policy, attended Waterville Senior High School and is the daughter of David and Carolyn Greene, of Waterville.
Demetrius Ramirez, of Waterville, who majored in philosophy, attended Waterville Senior High School and is the son of Linda Bones, of Waterville.
Joshua A. Maillet, of Bethel, who majored in global studies, French studies and attended Mountain Valley High School and is the son of Deborah Giasson, of Rumford.