Ask an Alum
Ask an Alum is a feature in the Today@YHC e-newsletter that encourages current Young Harris College students to chat with alumni to get their perspectives on life at the College.
Zach Champion, a junior outdoor leadership major from Lakeland, Fla., recently asked Hank Haynes, ’05, of Clermont: What is one surprising thing you did as a student that, looking back, you think was so much fun?
Maia Price, a junior business and public policy major from Griffin, recently asked Class Coordinator Renee Hilley, ’99, of Commerce: What fun outdoor activities did you take part in while you were a student at YHC?
Student Alumni Ambassador Carli Kidd, a freshman theatre major from Blairsville, recently asked CJ Cypress, ’11, of Young Harris: How did being in a Greek organization benefit you after graduating from YHC?
Student Alumni Ambassador Monica Lewis, a senior theatre major from Dacula, recently asked Class Coordinator Janet Adams, ’62, of Commerce: Where was your favorite place to study on campus when you were a student at YHC?
Thomas Leshin, a sophomore business and public policy major from Elgin, Ill., recently asked Brian Johnson, ’94, of Kennesaw: What is the one thing you didn’t do at YHC that you wish you had?
Student Alumni Ambassador Amanda Massey, a senior communication studies major from Snellville, recently asked Jane Williams Davis, ’75, of Marietta: Have you kept in touch with the friends you made during your time at the College? Do you have any tips for a soon-to-be graduate on how to keep those friendships strong?
Student Alumni Ambassador Will Ellison, a freshman business and public policy major from Duluth, recently asked alumnus and Professor Emeritus of Religion and Philosophy Dr. John Kay, '56, of Young Harris: What do you miss most about teaching at YHC?
Student Alumni Ambassador Breanna Gleeson, a senior business and public policy major from Adelaide, Australia, recently asked Young Alumni Council member and Class Coordinator Holly Gunter Royston, '01, of Atlanta: Which YHC professors impacted your life the most?
Student Alumni Ambassador Emily Nichols, a senior psychology major from Buford, recently asked Alumni Board member Rufus Brown, '60, of Gainesville: What's your favorite YHC tradition and do you have any standout memories from your time at the College?