PULLMAN, Wash. — A student from Everson was honored as the Outstanding Freshman at the 41st annual awards banquet of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics at Washington State University on Saturday (April 15).
Andrew M. Cockle, now a sophomore, was named the college’s Alpha Zeta Knopf Outstanding Freshman. The award is made for achievements during the previous academic year.
The agricultural education major made the Dean’s Honor Roll both of his first two semesters. He is a member of the student Agricultural Education club and serves as the club’s representative on the Agriculture and Home Economics Student Senate. He also volunteers at Pullman’s Teen Center and hosts a radio show on KZZU radio, a student-run radio station.
Cockle is the son of Fred and Karen Cockle, 522 Chatham Place, Everson.
At the same banquet, the names of 64 students were added to the Dean’s Honor Roll, scholarships worth $546,465 were awarded to 288 students and college faculty and staff were honored for their achievements.
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