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Hello world. Roderick Galloway, here! I am a sophomore at Young Harris College, majoring in communication studies with minors in English, psychology, and mathematics. I am president of Wesley Fellowship, vice president of Campus Activities Board, and sergeant of arms for Inter-Religious Council. I am also on our Chapel ministry team and Underground Bible study worship team. I hope to get more involved with the other organizations I’m a part of, like the Generation X Gospel Choir, Animalia, Gay Straight Alliance, and Buddhist Meditation & Mindfulness Gathering. As you can tell, I enjoy many things. Luckily, I go to a College where it’s possible for me to entertain my large variety of interests. Before coming to YHC, I fell in love with the mountains at my boarding school Rabun Gap Nacoochee School. Though, I am originally from Atlanta, I will always consider myself a “mountain boy” because the almost seven years spent in the area have been the best.
My name is Chelsey Willoughby and I am a freshman here at Young Harris College. My major is currently undecided but I am looking into business and public policy because the College has such an amazing and unique program. I’m from Dahlonega and went to Rabun Gap Nacoochee School for high school. I’m excited to get involved on campus and learn more about all YHC has to offer!
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