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Georgia students shine in program at Reinhardt
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Reinhardt’s best student minds and talent were spotlighted during the university’s sixth annual Robert L. Driscoll Convocation of Artists and Scholars recently.

The week featured music recitals, creative writing readings, a student research conference, a student-teacher portfolio exhibit, student art and science exhibits, an international culture festival and a communications conference.

Georgia students who participated were:

* Julie Stanfield, an alumna from Dawsonville, in the education presentations.

* Zachariah McElveen, a junior from Flowery Branch, in the creative writing readings.

* Kristina Baker, a sophomore from Hoschton, in the music presentations.

“The purpose of the COAS is to show off the best work of our best students,” said Dr. Wayne Glowka, dean of arts and humanities. “The experience affirms for them their sense of accomplishment and pride in a job well done.

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