WCU SGA holds coffee talk for Freshmen | Schools
The following is a press release from William Carey University:
FIRST PHOTO: William Carey University’s Student Government Association hosted its annual Coffee Talk event for freshmen at Common Grounds coffee house on August 27. The event is an “ice-breaker” event that allows freshmen students a chance to meet fellow students and faculty members. Pictured are (left to right) Haley Genberg of Warren, Pa.; Lydia Ulrich of Moss Point; Leah McEwen of Picayune; Andrew Coleman of Pascagoula; Dr. Tyler Hodges, assistant professor in biological sciences; Corneshia Hicks, financial aid specialist; Brooke Padgett of Purvis; and Dr. Scott Hummel, vice president for advancement and church relations.
William Carey University’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted its annual Coffee Talk event for freshmen at Common Grounds coffee house on August 27. The event is an “ice-breaker” event that allows freshmen students a chance to meet fellow students and faculty members. Pictured are (left to right) Madeline LeBoeuf of Collinsville, Okla.; Cheryl Maqueda, assistant professor of Spanish; Devin Sorrell of Bardstown, Ky.; Nischal Karki of Kathmandu, Nepal; Nistha Pradhan of Lalitpur, Nepal, SGA treasurer; Spencer Hollingsworth of Hattiesburg; Landon Adams of Carthage, SGA sophomore representative; Subash Tamang of Kavrepalancho, Nepal; Jenna Barton, instructor of nursing; and Alex Rich of Crestview, Fla.
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