Carville’s visit to the campus pays tribute to his longtime friend and mentor and former U.S. Senator and Georgia Governor Zell Miller, ’51.
Young Harris College hosted the 2015 Honors Ceremony on April 19 in Glenn Auditorium.
Twelve Young Harris College students will have the opportunity to embark on an immersive tour of Italy, May 10-26.
Two YHC students beat the odds of childhood cancer and overcome obstacles to play lacrosse at YHC.
The community is invited to gather lawn chairs and blankets and make plans to enjoy a memorable evening of familiar musical favorites.
Some of YHC’s extremely talented students will perform an evening of favorite Broadway songs, dances, and scenes individually selected by each performer
These talented students will perform a variety of solo and ensemble literature written for a myriad of percussive instruments such as xylophone, marimba, vibes, tympani, and more.
Performances are scheduled for Wednesday-Saturday, April 22-25, at 7 p.m., with a matinee on Saturday, April 25, at 2 p.m. A “Pay What You Can” Preview will take place on Tuesday, April 21, at 7 p.m.
YHC’s largest musical ensemble will bring to life the music of classical greats like Mozart, Beethoven and Bach, revealing their everlasting influence on more modern composers.
The talented group will join forces with the YHC Clarinet Ensemble to present a collage of classics within the wind band repertoire.