Georgia Girls: A Snapshot of The University of Georgia’s Newest Graduates

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Georgia Girls: A Snapshot of The University of Georgia’s Newest Graduates

Mary Kelly Coughlin (Milton, GA — Public Relations), Anna Murphy (Milton, GA — Health Promotions), Ellie Fields (Cartersville, GA — Public Relations), Mary Chadwick (Cumming, GA — Marketing), Hayden Squire (St. Simons, GA — Biology and Psychology), Grace Mohr (Suwanee, GA — Finance), Kristi Stubbs (Marietta, GA — Marketing), Meagan Richardson (Loganville, GA — Human Development), Katie Quinn (Cartersville, GA — Public Relations), Carson Nevels (Suwanee, GA — Marketing), Dani Levenson (Glenview, IL — Finance); photographer: Heather Fulbright Photography

It’s become a tradition for seniors to hop on north campus to snap photos with close friends and sorority sisters as a way to capture their last few weeks at this beloved University. As the spring breeze blows through and green finally colors the campus again, students and by-passers can easily spot the graduating class strutting their red and black with big smiles, caps and gowns, and usually champagne. As they reminisce on the years that passed too quickly, these seniors with both beauty and smarts await for the time they can finally walk through the Arch with their newest, and most definitely well-earned, title — UGA Alumni. 

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Becca graduated from the University of Georgia in 2019; she majored in Consumer Journalism with a certificate in Entrepreneurship and Personal & Organizational Leadership. Her passion lies in connecting with others to help them fulfill their greatest potential. At UGA, she spent her time investing in Cru, an on-campus ministry, and her sorority, Chi Omega, and worked on different areas of campus throughout her time, including the Sports Communications department. Her work with Bulldawg Illustrated covers content creation and promotion to ideas and interns. Ways she finds joy? People, power walks, calling old friends for a catch-up, sand between her toes, and ideas— no matter how scary they may be. Calling Columbus, GA home but born and raised in South Mississippi, she love places and people that feel like home and believes there’s nothing sweeter than making other people feel the same way.