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SUBMITTED PHOTO Katherine E. Talerico of Old Forge was among 38 members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2019 to graduate from its Special Jesuit Liberal Arts (SJLA) honors programe. Students in SJLA pursue an education designed to develop enhanced writing, oral and critical-thinking skills through courses in philosophy, theology and literature. Galardi graduated magna cum laude and majored in neuroscience and philosophy. From left: graduates Caelin Docalovich, Katherine Talerico, Robert McGowan, Kassaundra Thiel, Marissa Galardi and Dr. Daniel Haggerty, professor of philosophy and director of the SJLA. Ali Basalyga was also in the graduating class.

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Katherine E. Talerico of Old Forge was among 38 members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2019 to graduate from its Special Jesuit Liberal Arts (SJLA) honors program. Students in SJLA pursue an education designed to develop enhanced writing, oral and critical-thinking skills through courses in philosophy, theology and literature. Talerico graduated magna cum laude and majored in neuroscience and philosophy. From left: graduates Caelin Docalovich, Talerico, Robert McGowan, Kassaundra Thiel, Marissa Galardi and Dr. Daniel Haggerty, professor of philosophy and director of the SJLA.