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2013–2014 Cultural and Community Events

 The 2014 Baccalaureate Service will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 16 

Graduation Information (Saturday, May 17, 2014)

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Taylor Calloway '15

Words of Wisdom

Wisdom 2011

Here is some advice from Huntingdon upperclassmen on how to make the most of your Huntingdon years:

“Don't just stay in your room and let the days go by. Meet new people, try new things, and get involved.”—Chris Huckle ’11

“Major in something you like. College is a lot easier when you do something you like—not just what you think you will earn the most money doing in the future.”—Jesse Collinsworth ’10.

“Get involved and get out of your comfort zone. It's how you meet your best friends and how you come to love Huntingdon!”—Heather Vander Hey ’10

“First, you get out of Huntingdon what you put in it. Second, don’t overdo yourself and join everything, but getting involved is necessary to enjoy the Huntingdon experience. Third, keep your quarters! Laundry is a necessity. Finally, get to know the faculty; they’re here for you, and they want to help.”—Terah Phillips ’11

“Huntingdon gave me the opportunity to find out who I was and the direction in which I wanted to go with my life—it could do the same for you!”—HannahLee Dickinson ’10

“Sit and hang at the desk with the RAs. You’ll be surprised at how many people you meet just sitting in the lobby and hanging out.”—Kyle Eller ’10

“Hold on tight and enjoy the ride! Be ready to grow and learn new things about yourself. Never put limits on your opportunities and possibilities at Huntingdon. If you stay open-minded, you might be surprised at who you are four years from now.”—Chelsey Hodge ’09

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