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Friday, September 22, 2017

Wake Forest University's 2017 Graylyn Scholar


Graylyn welcomes its new Graylyn Scholar for the 2017 academic year, Lindsey Wilson! Lindsey is a native of Irmo, S.C., and attended Spring Hill High School. 

"I just want to say how excited I am to be attending Wake Forest and to have received the Graylyn Scholarship," Lindsey said. "I know that, even though the next four years are going to be different from anything I’ve ever experienced in my life... I’m also going to learn so much about the world, and about myself in the process."

Lindsey is currently an undecided major, but he is leaning towards a science such as chemistry or biology as he intends to go into pre-med.

Since 1990, the Graylyn Scholarship is offered to one student each year and recognizes leadership and academic excellence, with funding provided by and in recognition of the Graylyn International Conference Center of Wake Forest University. 

Congratulations Lindsey, and welcome to the Graylyn family!
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