Athens, Ga. – The University of Georgia’s Pandora Yearbook honored 14 students as its 2015 Outstanding Senior Leaders during a banquet on March 24 at the Tate Student Center.
Students, their hometowns and majors are:
• Mindy Bartleson, Flowery Branch, social work.
• Rebecca Bennett, Alpharetta, political science and mass media arts.
• Mica David, Marietta, psychology.
• Megan Ernst, Atlanta, journalism and political science and master of public administration.
• Sophie Frankham-Smith, Alpharetta, public relations and marketing.
• Jason Freiji, Suwanee, finance.
• Rahul Kadakia, Queens, New York, chemistry and mathematics.
• Rebecca Kanaverskis, Marietta, public relations.
• Charles King, Atlanta, middle school education.
• Hayes Patrick, Baton Rouge, LA, biology and psychology.
• Nathaniel Stanford, Fayetteville, criminal justice.
• Zoheb Sulaiman, Lilburn, biology and anthropology.
• William Walker, Ashburn, marketing.
• Shelby Zeigler, Chatsworth, English and English education.
“Putting on a banquet to recognize outstanding senior leaders each year is something we look forward to and are so proud to present on the behalf of UGA,” said Elspeth Male, Pandora editor in chief. “It’s an awesome way to honor these amazing leaders.”
The students were chosen from 30 nominees following a two-day interview process.
The 2015 Pandora Yearbook will be unveiled during the annual Pandora Premiere event on April 22 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on the Tate Student Center Plaza.
Pandora Yearbook is a registered student organization within UGA’s Division of Student Affairs.
For more information, call 706-542-6396 or see http://pandora.uga.edu.
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