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  • Morgan Leahy '12

    I Woke Up One Morning to Find I was Deaf: My Journey into the World of Silence

    Morgan Leahy '12 for "The Tab"
    My name is Morgan Leahy '12 and I’m a deaf undergraduate student. I’m choosing to tell my story in the hope that my journey helps to raise awareness of disability rights and deaf issues. On May 9, 2016, I will be one of the few deaf students to ever graduate from Emory University. However, my story is fairly unique – I went deaf during my four year college career.  When I started at Oxford College of Emory University, studying Music and Mathematics, I had no issues with my hearing. I had a wonderful 2 years where I made a bunch of friends. I was active in the community where I was Co-president of Oxford’s a capella  group, and my life was good. However, during the second year I started to become ill and no one knew why.
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  • Distinguished Alumnus Michael Guadagno ’71 and Alumnus of the Year Judge Thomas Sumners Jr. ’76

    Judge Thomas Sumners Jr. ’76 Named Alumnus of the Year; Michael Guadagno ’71 Recognized as Distinguished Alumnus

    On Friday, April 29th, at an event kicking off Alumni Weekend 2016, Judge Thomas Sumners Jr. ’76 was named The Hun School of Princeton’s Alumnus of the Year and Michael Guadagno ’71 was recognized as a Distinguished Alumnus. The two men were honored at a dinner and ceremony for their family and friends. 
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  • David Dudeck '12 Signs UDFA Contract With Seattle Seahawks

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    Boston College running back/wide receiver David Dudeck '12 has signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Seattle Seahawks.
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