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Archives for August 2015

Ambassador Spotlight: Carlee Nobles ’16

Even her eyelashes look like exclamation points. She’s a human lipstick-wearing wind-up toy that never comes unwound.

Ambassador Spotlight: Cade Conville ’16

A cell biology and English double-major, Cade plans a career in medicine—possibly epidemiology—after he graduates. When he’s home in Sylacauga, Alabama, he works for a medical center as an assistant and transporter because “I like helping people who are in need.”

Ambassador Spotlight: Barrett Leverette ’16

The sound of applause led her through high school, when Barrett won all the superstar titles: Girls State delegate, HOBY delegate, 2012 Butler County Distinguished Young Woman, AISA Basketball All-Star, and UDA All-American. She even danced in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Ambassador Spotlight: Jay Ware ’17

“Crazy” isn’t a word you’d normally associate with Jay. He’s steady, consistent, focused, and anything but Frozen: his sincerity, intelligence, and diligence will warm your heart immediately.

Ambassador Spotlight: Lauren Condon ’17

She has run a half-marathon, bungee jumped, and walked across the Sydney–Harbor Bridge in Australia. Fearless, endlessly energetic Ambassador Lauren Condon ’17 looks at life and says, “what haven’t I done yet?”

Ambassador Spotlight: Dustin Watson ’17

The Huntingdon Hawks football players arrived on campus Saturday, August 15—projected to be the #1 team in the USA South Conference this year, according to a preseason coaches’ poll—and among all the good guys on the team is our own Ambassador Dustin Watson ’17: a Division III student-athlete with heart and personality to match.

Ambassador Spotlight: Brooke Meadows ’16

Don’t mistake the shenanigans for Tom Foolery: she’s a serious athlete. So serious, in fact, she was named Huntingdon’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2014 and earned the Female Single Game Performance Award.

Ambassador Spotlight: Patrick Kucera ’16

His favorite baseball player, and the person with whom he’d most like to have dinner, is Jackie Robinson, “because he changed the game of baseball forever and it would be fun to hear his perspective of it all.”

Ambassador Spotlight: Tachera Porter ’16

Next week members of the Marching Scarlet and Grey will arrive on campus to begin preseason practices, and that means Ambassador Tachera Porter ’16 will be back on campus. But we won’t need to announce her arrival, because the sound of her laughter will be out-chimed only by the sound of her saxophone.

Ambassador Spotlight: Justin Nolen ’16

“Building Better People” are the three words Justin chooses to describe Huntingdon College.