Everything from a Magic Tree House to the skies of Georgia will illuminate the O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium at Young Harris College in March.
Professor Ted Whisenhunt, chair of the Young Harris College Art Department, recently completed a second MFA, in Graphic Design, from The Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Each year, a group of Young Harris College graduates take to their bicycles to battle the disease, multiple sclerosis, participating in the annual Peach Ride for the Cure for the Georgia Multiple Sclerosis Society.
From frozen vistas to eclipses to immersive music experiences, the O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium at Young Harris College as a little of everything on tap for shows in February.
From snake-handling churches and his time being a pastor to serving in the military and going to war; these experiences inspired Abe Partridge in the creation of his music and artworks. In 2018 he went public with his music and art, and last week shared his story and his works at Young Harris College.
Curious about the frozen vistas of our solar system? Stop by the O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium for the Ice Worlds show Friday, Jan. 26, to learn more about the critical relationship between ice and life.
Hayden Durrett, a senior with a Public Policy & Law and Business Administration double-major, was selected for the spring 2024 internship, working in the state capitol in Atlanta in the governor’s office.
Work in the classroom or lab is an important part of any college education, but hands-on training in a student’s field of study provides unmatched experience. Jill Dixon, a recent graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Biology at Young Harris College, was one of many students with just this type of opportunity.
English students at Young Harris College were treated to a taste of English culture recently both in terms of food and drink and a stage performance as they traveled to Atlanta to see William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.”
Living on your own, especially later in life, can be difficult and lonely. So, players from the Young Harris College Men’s soccer team decided to make a difference in the lives of some elderly residents in the local area.