Citizens’ Sentiments


What advice do you have for graduates?

Kathryn Sheffield (Matthews) “Pursue friendships your freshman year, those are the ones that usually last through college. Fully immerse yourself in the experience by joining clubs on campus.”


Sarah Harris (Boonville) “My advice is to be open to the opportunity and where it may take you. Be flexible and do not be afraid to envision something you might not have otherwise considered.”


Kathryn Sheffield (Matthews) “Pursue friendships your freshman year, those are the ones that usually last through college. Fully immerse yourself in the experience by joining clubs on campus.”

Sarah Harris (Boonville) “My advice is to be open to the opportunity and where it may take you. Be flexible and do not be afraid to envision something you might not have otherwise considered.”

Kathryn Sheffield (Matthews) “Pursue friendships your freshman year, those are the ones that usually last through college. Fully immerse yourself in the experience by joining clubs on campus.”
http://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_Kathryn.jpgKathryn Sheffield (Matthews) “Pursue friendships your freshman year, those are the ones that usually last through college. Fully immerse yourself in the experience by joining clubs on campus.”

Sarah Harris (Boonville) “My advice is to be open to the opportunity and where it may take you. Be flexible and do not be afraid to envision something you might not have otherwise considered.”
http://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_IMG_3295.jpgSarah Harris (Boonville) “My advice is to be open to the opportunity and where it may take you. Be flexible and do not be afraid to envision something you might not have otherwise considered.”
What advice do you have for graduates?
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