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June - August 2011
We Know What You Did
By Alice V-Z Harrison ’12
As pan of our feedback for this issue of The Lance, stu
dents (and recent grads) not only responded to the standard
survey, but they also described a bit of their unique summer
experiences. A few of them were even kind enough to send
photographs Here’s some of our fevorites:
“So far for the summer of 2011 I have been working in a
dining room at an elderly community called. The Pines. I
also picked up another job waitressing at a sports bar called,
Pippa's Cafe. Along with work I have gone on a couple fam
ily vacations. First to the mountains, where we took the
horses for fun in the river and on the trails. Next to the
beach for some fiin in the ocean, and finally, to Illinois for
my grandma's 80th birthday!”
--Brittany Powell, Class of 2013, 7/5/11
“My summer during post-grad life has consisted of going
to Emerald Isle, N.C., for the Memorial Day holiday and
for about a week during the month of June with my grand
parents. I will also be going back to the beach with my
grandparents for the 4th of July holiday. This stmimer I have
also had a chance to see my cousins and go to Raleigh, N.C.,
to visit my aunt. On June 21st, my family and I celebrated
my grandmother's 70th birthday. In the meantime, I revised
my r&um^ and got tips on cover letter writing. I have been
applying for numerous jobs along my psychology major and
am waiting on calls for interviews.”
'-Stephanie Hooks, Class of 2011, 6/23/11
“I've been working on an internship at Scotland
Memorial Hospital and it's been a great experience. It will
help with experience in getting into medical school and I
think working in the surgical department will help me as a
--Ceaira Walker Griffin, Class of 2012, 6/21/11
“So far...my summer as been crazy because of...a speeding
ticket, getting my ear pierced, watching my mother's ducks
and geese, riding my horses, and all sorts of other random
(See Summer, P^e 6)
Graduates Liz Dulski ’11 on Beastie, and Katherine Lau^lin ’10 on
Sockie, and HoUy Hickman ’14 on Simon in the Neuse River.
Students, Alumni, Horses Travel to
By Holly Hickman ’14
Camp Seaferer for Girls, in Arapahoe, NC is contracted
with St. Andrews for the use of 24 of their horses every sum
mer for a riding lesson program.
St. Andrews Alumni Katherine Laughlin ’10 and Liz Dulksi
’11 served as Director and Barn manager respectively this
summer. Current students Kimmy Simonson ’12, Andrew
Michael ’12, and Holly Hickman ’14 worked as riding
Several fim things that happened at camp this year, includ
ing river rides, game days, and a handfiil of brilliantly creative
skits and theme da)^. The horseback riding staff put on such
interesting days as 70's day, Gone with the Wind day. Wizard
of Oz day, and Slip'n'Slide day.
Horses, staff, and campers made many happy memories full
of laughter, and can't wait do to it all again next summer.
NEW AT THE LIBRARY - JUST FOR YOU!
Check out a LAPTOP to use in the LIBRARY.
Just stop at the Information Desk and with your ID card.
LAPTOPS check out for 4 hours at a time and will connect
to our wireless network and print to all the Library print
ers. Choose a comfortable spot in the Library to write that
paper or search for information or email your parents!
**Think Globally, Act Locally”