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11 LWC students recognized at 9th Annual L3 Banquet

Annual Remarkable Raider named: It's Dean Adams
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By Travis Smith, Assistant Director of Public Relations
Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY

COLUMBIA, KY - Eleven Lindsey Wilson College students were honored Wednesday, April 26, 2017 for their leadership skills and contributions to the LWC community.

The 11 students were recognized at the ninth-annual L3 Student Leadership Banquet, held in the Roberta D. Cranmer Dining & Conference Center.

All 11 students were honored for the leadership they've displayed this school year at the liberal arts college, and three received a top award for outstanding community and campus leadership and service contribution. The 11 students were given a leadership book by LWC President William T. Luckey Jr.

The keynote speaker was LWC Dean of Admissions Traci Pooler.

L3 - which stands for live, learn and lead - is a program that encourages and recognizes student leadership throughout the college.

The three top students recognized were:
- Abigail Biddle, elementary education senior from Louisville, KY
- Emily Garrison, sustainability senior from Williamstown, KY
- Jacob Saylor, communication and media studies senior from Louisville, KY
The other students recognized were:
- Logan Adams, human services and counseling junior from Somerset, KY
- Patrick Adkins, business administration sophomore from Glasgow, KY
- Charles Bowman, counseling and human development graduate student from Oceana, WV
- Olivia Burton, communication and history junior from Campbellsville, KY
- Tolga Dogruyol, recreation, tourism and sports management senior from Istanbul, Turkey
- Makenzie Montano, communication junior from Prospect, KY
- Lileana Pearson, media studies senior from Columbia, KY
- Alaina Phelps, english and education junior from Louisville, KY
LWC Vice President Dean Adams is Named 2017 Remarkable Raider

Before the conclusion of the banquet, the college's 2017 Remarkable Raider was announced. This year's recipient was Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management, Dean Adams. Adams named a "Remarkable Raider" by the LWC Student Government Association. The award is given annually to an LWC staff member who the LWC SGA officers believe embodies the college's mission of serving "every student, every day."

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Eleven LWC students honored for Leadership

2017-04-27 - Roberta D. Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo By Travis Smith, LWC.
Eleven Lindsey Wilson College students were honored Wednesday, April 26, 2017, for their leadership skills and contributions to the LWC community at the 9th Annual L3 (Live, Learn, Lead) banquet. Front row, from left: Abigail Biddle of Louisville, KY; Jacob Saylor of Louisville, KY; Emily Garrison of Williamstown, KY. Back row, from left: Olivia Burton of Campbellsville, KY; Makenzie Montano of Prospect, KY; Logan Adams of Somerset, KY; Alaina Phelps of Louisville, KY; Lileana Pearson of Columbia, KY; Tolga Dogruyol of Istanbul, Turkey; Patrick Adkins of Glasgow, KY; Charles Bowman of Oceana, WV. - TRAVIS SMITH

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