YHC was recently named to the 2015 list of “100 Most Affordable Small Colleges in America” by Best Value Schools.
This audience favorite devoted to lighter fare features memorable performances of original arrangements of current popular music by Southern Harmony and the Compulsive Lyres.
Prior to the start of the game versus Columbus State University, current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces were recognized for their service and dedication to our country.
A philosopher of science who is well known for his work on the relationship between religion and science, Dr. Ruse’s lecture will focus on the debate between intelligent design and evolution.
Kroos specializes in traditional spiritual, folk and Appalachian music, and draws influence from a variety of musical genres to develop his personal acoustic guitar sound.
Dr. Perry’s presentation will explore the history of codes, code-breaking and the “unbreakable” Enigma code machine.
Rollins Planetarium will present “Earth, Moon, and Sun” as part of a special Kids Night program for children and families on Friday, March 27.
Under the direction of Assistant Professor of Music Dr. Richard Knepp, the seven-member student ensemble will present an evening of Baroque and classical pieces for guitar solo, duo, trio, and quartet.
Performances begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 27, and Saturday, March 28, in Dobbs Theatre of Goolsby Center.
Generations of Young Harris College alumni will travel to the Enchanted Valley next month for Alumni Weekend, Friday-Sunday, April 24-26.
YHC will host the first annual Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival Friday-Saturday, April 10-11. The festival will feature an array of award-winning storytellers.