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.
YHC business and public policy graduate and soccer stand-out Ilija Ilic, ’15, of Belgrade, Serbia, was recently honored for his achievements on and off the field.
Young Harris College’s pep band, Purple Reign, recently won the Peach Belt Conference’s (PBC) annual Spirit Competition for the third year in a row.
This exciting evening filled with love songs and jigs from the Emerald Isle is dedicated to YHC trustee Richard McGinnis and his wife, Shirley
This tribute to the big band era features the combined talents of the YHC Chamber Choir and YHC Jazz Band.
A YHC student was recently awarded the Beverly Barrow Woodward, ’53, Endowed Scholarship to study abroad in England at Harlaxton College.
Three YHC students were recently selected as nonfiction finalists in the 44th Annual Agnes Scott Writer’s Festival Contest.
Theatre Young Harris will present four performances of Arthur Sullivan and W.S. Gilbert’s comic opera The Mikado.
Michael Ruse, Ph.D., will deliver Young Harris College’s annual Hamilton Lecture on Thursday, Feb. 26.
Senator Chambliss will share his perspective on the current political climate in Washington, D.C., while reflecting on his 20 years as a Member of Congress.