Amado Receives Bachelor's Degree
NOTRE DAME – Fernanda Amado, Syracuse, has graduated from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame.
Fernanda, daughter of Alcides and Janice Amado, Syracuse, received a bachelor’s degree in communication studies.

Meinert Named To Dean’s List
IOWA CITY, Iowa – Marina Meinert, a native of North Manchester, has been named to the University of Iowa’s Dean's List for the 2014 spring semester.
Undergraduate students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering and the Tippie College of Business who achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or higher on 12 semester hours or more of UI graded course work during a given semester or summer session and who have no semester hours of incomplete or no grade reported during the same semester are recognized by inclusion on the Dean’s List for that semester.
Yantz Named To Dean’s List
HAYS, Kan. – Michael Robert Yantz, Warsaw, earned a place on the Dean’s Honor Roll at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan., for the spring 2014 semester.
Yantz, a 2013 Warsaw Community High School graduate, is a freshman majoring in finance.
The list includes undergraduate students only. To be eligible, students must have enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester. Full-time on-campus and virtual students are eligible.

Poyner Named To Dean’s List
WINSTON SALEM, N.C. – Jacob Poyner, Winona Lake, was named to the Spring 2014 Dean's List at Wake Forest University.
Students who achieve a 3.4 and no grade below a C were named to the list.

Plumlee Graduates With Honors
RALEIGH, NC – Maddie Plumlee, daughter of Perky and Leslie Plumlee, Winona Lake, graduated with high honors from Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh, NC, May 18.
She finished her four years at Saint Mary’s, having been named to the academic Honor Roll each of her eight semesters at the school. An All-American, All-State, All-Conference athlete, she will attend the University of Notre Dame in the fall, where she signed to play volleyball.

Butler Warns Of Data Breach
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Butler University officials are warning more than 160,000 students, faculty, staff and alumni that hackers may have accessed their personal information.
The Indianapolis school learned about the data breach when California officials contacted them last month to inform them that they’d arrested an identity theft suspect who had a flash drive with Butler employees’ personal information on it.
Butler spokesman Michael Kaltenmark said school officials have found that the exposed information includes birthdates, Social Security numbers and bank account information of about 163,000 students, faculty, staff, alumni and even prospective students who never actually enrolled in classes at Butler.
‘‘Unfortunately, we do think it’s a remote hacking. The suspect that’s been arrested has no affiliation with Butler University,’’ Kaltenmark told WTHR-TV.
In a letter sent to those affected by the breach, Butler said someone hacked the school’s network sometime between November 2013 and May 2014. School officials have offered those affected a year of free credit monitoring and urged them to keep an eye on their bank accounts and credit scores.
‘‘I’ll take the steps I can to protect it and all those necessary things,’’ said recent Butler grad Sara Logel.
While the investigation into the data breach is ongoing, Butler officials insist that they have discovered all of their systems’ vulnerabilities and corrected those.
Information from: WTHR-TV,