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200-plus students participate in last EDGE days

Lindsey Wilson expects the largest freshman class in 107 year history of school when classes begin August 18, 2010
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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College

COLUMBIA, KY - More than 200 new students and their families attended Lindsey Wilson College's final two orientation days of the summer, held last Thursday and Friday on the college's A.P. White Campus.

The students and their family members took part in the college's final two EDGE days of the season. EDGE - which stands for education, development, growth and experience - is a daylong orientation program for incoming LWC freshmen. The day introduces freshmen to the LWC community and gives them several opportunities to meet the college's faculty, staff and students.




A total of 100 students attended Friday's EDGE day, followed by 109 students on Saturday's EDGE day, according to LWC Director of Student Activities Jayne Hopkins.

A total of 362 freshmen attended the first three EDGE days, which were held in early June. LWC officials anticipate the largest freshman class in the college's 107-year history when fall classes begin on August 18, 2010.


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Learning about Bonner Leaders at EDGE Day



2010-07-26 - Photo by Travis Smith. LWC photo. 360 Spickard DR, Columbia, KY
Incoming Lindsey Wilson College freshman Brittany Jackson of Tompkinsville, KY, right, listens to LWC Director of Civic Engagement and Student Leadership and Co-Director of the Bonner Leader Program Amy Thompson-Wells explain the college's Bonner Leader program in Biggers Sports Center at Saturday's EDGE day.

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Brandon Hopkins leads way on EDGE day



2010-07-26 - Photo by Travis Smith, LWC photo. 360 Spickard DR, Columbia, KY
Lindsey Wilson College EDGE leader Brandon Hopkins, right, holds the door open at Biggers Sports Center for incoming LWC students Donald White of Campbellsville, KY, left, Deanna Stidham of Hazard, KY, Casey McGowan of Jamestown, KY, and Aaron McCloud during the Saturday, July 24, 2010, EDGE day.

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Alexis McNair, intent on paperwork, EDGE day



2010-07-26 - Photo by Travis Smith. LWC photo. 360 Spickard DR, Columbia, KY
Incoming Lindsey Wilson College freshman Alexus McNair of Fayetteville, NC, works on paperwork in Biggers Sports Center during Saturdays EDGE day.

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Completing academic questionnaire at EDGE day



2010-07-26 - Photo by Travis Smith. LWC photo. 360 Spickard DR, Columbia, KY
New student from Laurel Co., KY - Incoming Lindsey Wilson College freshman Haley Everson, left, and her mother, Cindy Coscia, both of London, KY, complete an academic questionnaire in Biggers Sports Center during Saturday's EDGE day.

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