With a population that could best be described as sparse, Virginia’s Eastern Shore can be a lonely place. But, that’s okay with Kirstin Gray. After all, she’s lived there her entire life and the peninsula’s decidedly slower pace suits her to a tee.
Posts Tagged: Phi Theta Kappa
On April 16, Rappahannock Community College student Yanelys “Nelly” Perez-Velazco of Richmond County received a medallion and certificate recognizing her as one of the outstanding community college students who have been nominated to the 2014 All-Virginia Academic Team of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society (the official honor society for two-year colleges worldwide). “I […]
Courtney Hill has a very active social life. Not. Her pursuit of academic excellence is practically an all-consuming proposition. “The sacrifice I make in order to keep up my grades is probably my social life. I basically have none. I work and sometimes study while I am at work.” Not surprisingly, her list of hobbies […]
The 2013-2014 academic year has shone very brightly on Joseph Zink. The Northern Virginia native and Phi Theta Kappa member made the All U.S.A Academic Team as well as the All Virginia Academic Team. He was also selected as a Coca Cola Bronze Medal scholarship winner. More recently, he won the Martin Luther King, Jr. […]
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