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Cranberry's Smith earns prestigious award from Balwin Wallace University

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Alissa Smith of Cranberry Township was one of just eight Baldwin Wallace University graduating seniors, out of 814 members of the Class of 2013, to receive the school's Outstanding Senior Award.

This high honor recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in all areas of their university endeavors including academics, leadership, service, campus involvement and off-campus educational opportunities, such as study abroad, internships and research.

In her years at Baldwin Wallace, she studied abroad in China and served as a resident assistant and campus tour guide.

She was also involved as a member of the Circle K International service organization, the BW Marching Band and both the Omicron Delta Epsilon and Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Societies.

Smith graduated May 12 with a degree in economics and business administration.

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