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UGA’s Pandora Yearbook honors 2014 Outstanding Senior Leaders

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2014 Pandora Yearbook Outstanding Senior Leaders (l-r): Carol Conroy

Athens, Ga. – The University of Georgia’s Pandora Yearbook honored 16 students as its 2014 Outstanding Senior Leaders during a banquet on March 25 at the Tate Student Center.

Students, their hometowns and majors are:

• Caroline Bailey, Lithonia, criminal justice and sociology
• Karlin Barnett, Johns Creek, digital broadcast journalism
• Holly Beale, Chamblee, management information systems and international business
• Victoria Brickenden, Peachtree City, communication sciences and disorders
• Carol Conroy, Atlanta, health promotion
• Lindsey Hutchins, Marietta, human development and family science
• Austin Igein, East Stroudsburg, Pa., risk management and insurance
• Patrick Klibanoff, Peachtree Corners, international business and public relations
• Oscar La Madrid III, Lawrenceville, sociology
• David Millard, Athens, mathematics and computer science
• Lindsay Nation, Lawrenceville, fashion merchandising
• Rance Nix, Atlanta, advertising
• Ryan Slauer, Johns Creek, economics and Latin
• Maria Tibavinsky, Buford, nutrition science and pre-dentistry
• Mingshu Wang, Guilin, China, geography
• Brett Weber, New Orleans, political science and public administration (MPA)

“These students are some of the brightest and most committed individuals in the senior class,” said Donielle Ojeah Bell, senior coordinator for student activities and staff adviser for Pandora. “They’ve shown themselves to be leaders during their time at Georgia, and we fully expect that each of them will accomplish great things in the future.”

In his keynote address, Victor Wilson, UGA vice president for student affairs, challenged the students to carry forth the leadership they have shown on campus and to stay active and engaged all their lives.

The students were chosen from more than 30 nominees following a two-day interview process.

The 2014 Pandora Yearbook will be unveiled during the annual Pandora Premiere event on April 23 on the Tate Student Center Plaza.

Pandora Yearbook is a registered student organization within UGA’s Division of Student Affairs.

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