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International students welcomed to Lindsey Wilson College

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The 2019 freshman class at Lindsey Wilson College includes more than 50 international students. This is the largest incoming class of international students in the history of the college.

On Thursday, April 15, 2019, a group of current students accompanied Dakota Smith, the Assistant Director of International Student Programs, to pick up the new international students from the airport in Louisville and welcome them to Kentucky.

The dined in Louisville before heading south by bus. Over the weekend, they got to spend a day at Green River Lake enjoying the summer weather before the start of classes.




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Welcoming International Students to LWC



2019-08-21 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
On Thursday, August 15, these fellow students accompanied Assistant Director of International Student Programs, Dakota Smith, to pick up the new international students from Louisville International Airport.

Pictured from left to right: Lochinvar Sloan, Brandon Reed, Erica Smith, De’jah Smith, Paige Enlow, Shauna Jones, and Don Trowell

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New International Students coming to LWC



2019-08-21 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
New Lindsey Wilson College International Students from Morocco, South Africa, South Korea, Japan, America pose for a photo after a wonderful dinner at Cardinal Hall of Fame Grill in Louisville, KY.

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Picnic at Green River Lake



2019-08-21 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
Lindsey Wilson College students from Germany, the United Kingdom, and Ireland enjoyed a watermelon picnic at Green River Lake on the second day of orientation.

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International Students play cornhole at orientation



2019-08-21 - Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
New International Students at Lindsey Wilson College enjoyed swimming, a picnic, and cornhole at Green River Lake State Park on the second day of orientation.

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New LWC students swimming in Green River Lake



2019-08-21 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
New Lindsey Wilson College International Studies Program students from South Africa, America, South Korea, Senegal, Morocco pose together in Green River Lake this weekend. The excursion was part of Orientation for the new students.

The 2019 freshman class at Lindsey Wilson College includes more than 50 international students. This is the largest incoming class of international students in the history of the college.

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