MILLBURY, Mass. - Heidi Picard of Millbury was recognized for participation in campus activities recently at a ceremony in the Griswold Theatre. More than 75 students received awards at the Co-Curricular Awards night program, as students, parents, faculty and administrators gathered to honor the student leaders.
Picard, a Senior majoring in Biology received the Pep Band Award.
Blaine K. Stevens, vice president for student affairs, said the ceremony is special to the students because it recognizes their involvement in campus life not only by faculty and administrators, but by their peers, as well. Campus involvement is a very important part of the college experience," Stevens told the audience, "and we are very proud of these students who were able to balance school work with clubs and other activities. They have made the AIC campus a better place," he said.
American International College is a private, coeducational institution, founded in 1885 offering undergraduate and graduate programs in the schools of Arts, Sciences and Education, Business Administration, Health Sciences and Continuing Education.
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