Grove City College Honors Findley, Campbell

GROVE CITY, Pa. – The 2024 Grove City College Senior Man and Woman of the Year awards were presented, respectively, to Ari Campbell and Alarie Findley April 24 during the college’s annual recognition convocation.

Findley, a mechanical engineering major from East Earl, Pa., is a trustee fellow and gifted violinist and the concertmaster for both the Symphonic Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra. She has served as a leader in Orientation Board, Senior Women’s Bible Study, MECE Student Leadership Club, and her Senior Capstone Research Group.

Woman of the Year nominees also included: Annalese Aderholt, a biblical and religious studies major from Wheeling, W.Va.; Megan Gagnier, Spanish secondary education major with a minor in musical theater from Pompey, N.Y.; Caroline Garrett, a biology major from Hillsborough, N.C.; and Carolyn Scott, a dual philosophy and French major from Oxford, Miss.

Campbell, a biology/health major with a minor in biblical and religious studies from Memphis, Tenn., is a trustee scholar and volunteered for two months in Cambodia with the Global Outreach Program, led ICO Chattanooga for three years, served as President of New Life, worked as a freshman RA, led 24-Hour Worship, and participated in the MENtorship program.

Man of the Year nominees also included: Ethan David, an entrepreneurship major with a minor in biblical and religious studies from Mars, Pa.; Timothy Gibson, a mechanical engineering major from Warminster, Pa.; Collier Kaufman, an exercise science major from Lowell, Mich.; and Kristopher Sekera, a finance major from Trafford, Pa.

The awards are presented jointly by the leadership honoraries Mortar Board and Omicron Delta Kappa as a service to Grove City College. Selections are made based on scholarship, leadership, and service. The candidates were voted on by students and faculty.

The senior awards are the highest honors that the college can bestow on students. Their names are recorded for posterity on a memorial plaque on a boulder outside Harbison Chapel on campus. Former recipients of this prestigious honor have gone on to become leaders in faith, education, business, law, and health care.

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