Several Young Harris College students, faculty and staff spent spring break serving others this March.
Approximately 30 Young Harris College students recently participated in a nationwide “30 Hour Famine.”
Young Harris College students, faculty and staff members will have the opportunity to choose from two alternative spring break trips facilitated by S.E.R.V.E. (Service, Education, Responsibility, Voice and Engagement) next month.
Emmy Award-winning writer, producer and director David H. Duke will present a special screening of “Remembering Miz Jones: A Story of the Mountains” on Monday, Feb. 3.
The Bonner Leaders Program at Young Harris College has added several new student-led initiatives this year, including a new “Swap Shop” that allows students, faculty and staff to donate and take a variety of items in an effort to reduce waste and educate the campus community about reusing and repurposing things.
YHC'S Center for Appalachian Studies and Community Engagement will host a lecture titled “Beekeeping in Appalachia: Keeping the Craft Alive.”
Young Harris College and the University of Georgia recently co-hosted the 22nd annual Beekeeping Institute, May 9-11.
The Holman Water Quality Stewardship Award was recently presented to the YHC Bonner Leaders Program by the Hiwassee River Watershed Coalition (HRWC).
Author James B. Hunt, Ph.D., will present a special guest lecture regarding his new book, "Restless Fires" on Thursday, March 14.
The events were co-sponsored by the College’s Sustainability Committee, Student Government Association (SGA) and Sodexo, the College’s food service provider.