Noah Martin ’18 and Amaryst Parks ’18 to address annual honors convo, May 1

Noah Martin ’18 (Louisville, Kentucky) and Amaryst Parks ‘18 (Florence, Alabama) will be the keynote speakers at Centre College’s honors convocation on Tuesday, May 1 at 7 p.m. in Newlin Hall in the Norton Center for the Arts.

Remarks from the speakers, who are selected by tallying votes from the senior class, are always a highlight of the annual celebration of student achievements. The program will also include the announcement of major campus prize recipients, as well as the recipients of program prizes and inductees to academic honorary societies.

Martin, a senior majoring in history, serves as the president of the student senate, captain of the men’s swim team and is a member of the student judiciary. He is also a Brown Fellow, residence director, Centre ambassador and is active in the Centre Christian Fellowship.  Following graduation, he will likely serve as a high school history teacher with Teach For America Corps of Mississippi.

Parks, a social justice major, has served as the president of the Student Activities Council, is a Bonner leader, and chairs the student judiciary.  She is also a John C. Young Scholar, Brown Fellow, resident assistant and CentrePeace executive council member. Parks recently received the Newman’s Own Foundation fellowship, and, after graduation, she will be moving to Hartford, Connecticut, to work with The Discovery Center, a nonprofit organization that aims to build equity in education and create a world without prejudice.

by Centre College News
April 30, 2018

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