Young Harris College honors five students from Marietta
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Lauren Hohn of Marietta was presented with the Outstanding Paper in an Upper-Division English Course Award at the 2014 Honors Ceremony. <br> Special to the MDJ
Lauren Hohn of Marietta was presented with the Outstanding Paper in an Upper-Division English Course Award at the 2014 Honors Ceremony.
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Erica Neese of Marietta, was recognized for being selected for Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges.
Erica Neese of Marietta, was recognized for being selected for Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges.
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Arin Satterfield of Marietta, was recognized for being selected for Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges.
Arin Satterfield of Marietta, was recognized for being selected for Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges.
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 Emmy Hendrix of Marietta, was presented with the Hilda McCurdy Memorial Book Scholarship.
Emmy Hendrix of Marietta, was presented with the Hilda McCurdy Memorial Book Scholarship.
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Young Harris College has announced that Lauren Michele Hohn of Marietta was recently presented with the Outstanding Paper in an Upper-Division English Course Award at the 2014 Honors Ceremony held at Susan B. Harris Chapel on the YHC campus.

The Outstanding Paper in an Upper Division English Course Award was established by English faculty members at YHC and is given to the student who has written an exemplary essay for an upper-division English course. Recipients are selected by the English Department faculty.

Hohn, a sophomore English major at Young Harris, is a graduate of Alan C. Pope High School and the daughter of Mitch and Jenny Hohn of Marietta.

Also, Erica R. Neese of Marietta, was recognized for being selected for Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges at the ceremony. Students selected for Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges must meet the following qualifications at the end of the fall semester: students must have earned a minimum of 90+ hours, have a minimum academic average of 3.5, never have been on conduct probation, and must show evidence of good citizenship, participation, and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities as well as general promise of future usefulness to society.

Neese, who recently obtained her outdoor leadership degree from YHC, is a graduate of Hillgrove High School and the daughter of Tim and Tammy Neese of Marietta.

Also awarded the Who’s Who in American Universities & Colleges was Arin Michele Satterfield of Marietta.

Satterfield, who recently obtained her theatre degree from YHC, is a graduate of Harrison High School and the daughter of Roger and Dawn Satterfield of Marietta.

During the ceremony, Erin Yvonne Brewton of Marietta was presented with the S.T.A.R. of the Year Award.

The S.T.A.R. of the Year Award was established in 1998 when the Student Telecounseling Admissions Representatives were hired to aid the Office of Admissions in communication with prospective students. This award is presented to the student that most exemplifies the characteristics of an ideal telecounselor — helpful, dependable, friendly and truthful.

Brewton, a sophomore English major at YHC, is a graduate of Kennesaw Mountain High School and the daughter of David and Toni Brewton of Marietta.

During the ceremony, Emmy Kathleen Hendrix of Marietta was presented with the Hilda McCurdy Memorial Book Scholarship.

The Hilda McCurdy Memorial Book Scholarship is given to students who are examples of Christian living but who are not in Dorcas Society or SPAT Club.

Hendrix, a sophomore psychology major at YHC, is a graduate of Sprayberry High School and the daughter of Robert and Beth Hendrix of Marietta.

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