Originally from the Courier Post
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND — An Evesham woman didn’t just receive a degree after completing her studies at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts.
Stephanie Marziano also got a lapel pin from the school’s co-founder, former Beatle Paul McCartney, at a ceremony Thursday.
“It was pretty mind-blowing,” said Marziano, a Cherokee High School graduate who works as a sound engineer in Liverpool. “You grow up listening to his music and then you’re on stage with him, shaking his hand.”
Marziano was one of 250 students to graduate from the school, which draws about a quarter of its students from outside the United Kingdom.