Take Note

A Service of Lessons and Carols

Thurs., Nov. 30, 7:00 p.m., Ligon Chapel; free and open to the public

Morgan Clausell 2018

photo of Morgan Clausell

Morgan Clausell 2018

“Blessings, opportunities, memories” are the three words Ambassador Morgan Clausell ’18 uses to describe Huntingdon. Morgan has put everything she’s got into her Huntingdon experience, and doing so has multiplied the blessings she has received while at HC. A member of Freshman Forum, Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity, the Orientation Leadership Team, Student Recruiters, and the Marching Scarlet and Grey Auxiliary Line (she’s a Hawkette—which is even more impressive when you know she taught herself how to twirl a baton), you won’t catch her sitting still unless she’s studying (she has earned a place on the Dean’s List of High Honors). Family—cousins Wykein Dean ’16 and Ryan Dean ’17 and twin sister Meagan Clausell ’18—brought Morgan to Huntingdon, where she says she’s found just the right place to prepare for a career in physical therapy. An exercise science major from Uriah, Alabama, she says the craziest thing she’s ever done is compete for the title of Miss Huntingdon, playing the flute for her talent (which, as you know, isn’t all that crazy). In her free time off-season, she wishes she were twirling at “The Chuck” and enjoys walking around campus “usually to see who’s out and about. I love seeing smiling faces around campus.”  That’s probably because Morgan usually has a brilliant, warm and welcoming smile for anyone she meets—and that’s just one of the many reasons she’s a Huntingdon Ambassador.