WATERVILLE — The following area students graduated May 27 from Colby College:

Nicholas S. Cameron, of Gardiner, majored in mathematics and computer science, attended Cony High School and is the son of Donald Cameron and Lisa St. Hilaire, of Gardiner.

Austin E. Frederick, of Norridgewock, majored in government, attended Skowhegan Area High School and is the son of Ronald Frederick and Lisa Watson-Frederick, of Norridgewock.

Christopher H. Hale, of Waterville, majored in global studies and German studies, attended Waterville Senior High School and is the son of Gregory and Pamela Hale, of Waterville.

Michael C. Hilton, of Bingham, majored in computational biology, attended Upper Kennebec Valley Memorial High School and is the son of Terry and Heidi Hilton, of Bingham.

Marcques A. Houston, of Monmouth, majored in English and American studies, attended Monmouth Academy and is the son of Stephanie Boynton, of Monmouth.

Jacob O. Hyatt, of Thomaston, majored in English with a concentration in creative writing, attended Oceanside High School — East and is the son of Melanie Hyatt, of Thomaston, and Erik Hyatt, of Farmingdale.

Danielle C. Palmer, of Topsham, majored in history, attended Mount Ararat School and is the daughter of Carmen Palmer, of Topsham, and Kelly Palmer, of Topsham.

Maximillian P. Richard, of Farmington, majored in psychology with a neuroscience concentration, attended Carrabassett Valley Academy and is the son of Todd and Sandra Richard, of Farmington.

Abigail Shea, of Mount Vernon, majored in psychology with a neuroscience concentration, attended Maranacook Community School and is the daughter of Daniel Shea and Christine Gatto-Shea, of Mount Vernon.

Lucy E. Soucek, of Bar Harbor, majored in religious studies and theater and dance, attended Mount Desert Island High School and is the daughter of Anne Rhode of Bar Harbor, and Leo Soucek of Topsham.

Craig Strand, of Watertown, majored in economics and is the son of Sallie Strand, of Waltham, Massachusetts, and Karl Strand of Carrabassett Valley.

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