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Transylvanians In College

 

Georgia Leigh Flatt

Brevard College

The following area students graduated from Brevard College during its 159th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 12.

Park Baker of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated studies.

Jessica Coye of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated studies.

Julia Glass of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in English.

Andrew Irby of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in business and organizational leadership.

Jessica McCall of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated studies.

Sandra McGrath of Pisgah Forest earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise science.

John McGuire Jr. of Balsam Grove earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental science.

Jessica Page of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated studies.

Morgan Sykes of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in English and religious studies.

Katelyn Weisenfluh of Brevard earned a bachelor’s degree in English.

UNC Charlotte

Georgia Leigh Flatt of Sapphire was among more than 3,000 UNC-Charlotte graduates to participate in commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 12. Georgia is the youngest daughter of George and Joanne Flatt of Sapphire. Attending the graduation in additional to her parents, were Georgia’s fraternal grandparents, Bill and Virginia Flatt of Louisville, Ky ., her sister, Jessica Cooper and niece, Laila Cooper. Georgia’s mater-nal grandparents, Joseph and Betty Bello, along with her extended family of aunts, uncles and cousins watched the ceremony live online in Illinois.

Flatt graduates with a B.A. degree in finance with a concentration in risk management and insurance and a minor in economics. Flatt attended T.C. Henderson Elementary and Rosman High School. She grad-uated in 2007 from Blue Ridge High School in Cashiers.

Mars Hill College

Brittany Leanne Marcum, Joshua Alan Miller and Christopher Rashad Mooney, all of Brevard, received their degrees from Mars Hill College on Saturday, May 12. Mars Hill conferred baccalaureate degrees on 136 graduates, including 113 who were traditional age and 23 who were students in MHC’s adult program.

Miller was one of three senior musical theatre majors who participated in a voice ensemble that performed “Can’t I Just Be” during the ceremony.