The following students with ties to Maui County have earned degrees at colleges and universities:

Reece Bonilla of Pukalani has graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Architecture with a Bachelor of Arts in environmental design.

Commencement was held May 11 on the Manoa campus. Bonilla is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bonilla of Pukalani and a 2009 graduate of St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School.

He will be entering graduate school in the fall at UH-Manoa with a goal of earning a doctorate degree in environmental design.

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Three Baldwin High and one Maui High school alumni graduated from the University of Hawaii-Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy on May 11.

The Baldwin graduates are Alison Kobayashi, Class of 2004; Cheryl Lopez, Class of 2004; and Shanele Shimabuku, Class of 2005.

Jack-Wayne Fernandez is a 2004 Maui High alumnus.

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Jacob Lowenthal of Haiku has received his law degree from the University of Kansas.

Commencement was held May 19 on the school campus in Lawrence.

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Danielle Wolfe graduated with two masters degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

On May 11, she graduated from the Graduate School of Education, and received a special honor, the William E. Arnold Award for Outstanding Contributions by a Master’s Student.

On May 12, she graduated from the Fels School of Public Policy with another special honor, the Audrey Miller Poritzky Leadership Award.

Wolfe grew up on Maui, attended Haiku Elementary School and Seabury Hall, and went on to graduate magna cum laude from Barnard College of Columbia University in New York in 2007. She worked for the Americorps program called City Year in New York City before she entered the dual masters program at the University of Pennsylvania two years ago.

She is the daughter of Tim Wolfe of Haiku and Connie Wolfe of Easton, Md.