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September 9, 2016

Two Berry students beat the odds to attend highly ranked graduate program

It was a long shot that two students from the same school would be accepted into Indiana University’s highly ranked graduate program in student affairs. These two beat the odds. 

Shy by nature, Ree Palmer (16C) found her voice at Berry. She also found her best friend Alex Moon (16C). The two have been campus leaders from their first year through the last, with Alex serving as senior class president and Ree as student body president.

Now they’re off to Indiana University, two of only 35 students chosen from a national pool of 300 for the highly selective graduate program in higher education and student affairs.

staff writer

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