YHC was recently named to the 2015 list of “100 Most Affordable Small Colleges in America” by Best Value Schools.
Senior Instructor of Music and Director of Bands Mary Land, students, and alumni spent their summer working with middle and high school students at Interlochen Arts Camp.
Junior outdoor leadership major Breann Lindsay spent the summer working at Birchwood Camp in Chugiak, Alaska.
Ilija Ilic, Lewis Hilton, Paco Craig and Samuel Mansour played for the Ocala Stampede in Florida for the Premier Development League. Niall McCabe played for the Chattanooga Football Club in Tennessee and Homero Perez played for the Georgia Revolution, both in the National Premier Soccer League.
The group learned about many facets of theatre while exploring one of the world’s most enchanting and spectacular cultural centers.
T’Arica Crawford and Brian Walker, ’14, were recently selected to represent Young Harris College while competing against some of the nation’s best singers during the National Association of Teachers of Singing finals.
Sen. Isakson answered questions from YHC students and constituents from Towns and Union counties.
The 2014-2015 season opens with “Back to the Moon for Good” that will be presented on the following Friday evenings at 8 p.m.: Aug. 22, Aug. 29, Sept. 19, and Sept. 26.
YHC welcomed its largest-ever entering class comprised of 507 freshmen and largest enrollment in the history of the College with 1,219 students on campus.
Young Harris College will be buzzing with activity the weekend of Aug. 16-17 as new and returning students arrive on campus for the beginning of the fall semester.
The exhibition featuring the work of Meg Franklin opens Thursday, Aug. 21, with an opening reception at 6 p.m. in the Campus Gate Art Gallery.
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