COLUMBIA — Four Harlan County residents recently graduated from Lindsey Wilson College.
The four area residents were among 244 students who received undergraduate or graduate degrees at the college’s 103rd commencement ceremony, held May 14 in Biggers Sports Center.
Those who received degrees from Lindsey Wilson included:
• Stephanie Green, of Loyall. Green earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in human services and counseling;
• Kayla Howard, of Harlan. Howard earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in human services and counseling;
• Daylon Wynn, of Cosplint. Wynn earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in human services and counseling; and
• Rebecca Wynn, of Cosplint. Wynn earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English teacher education.
In his commencement address, Kentucky Hall of Fame Journalist and Host of KET’s Kentucky Tonight, Bill Goodman, shared insights from his many years of experience of seeing others become successful through unconventional means.
“Try the other side of the boat,” said Goodman while referencing a parable from John. “Do something different, get out of your comfort zone and don’t be afraid of fear.”
Goodman received an honorary doctorate from the college’s faculty and board of trustees. Also receiving an honorary doctorate was Kentucky health education advocate and tennis ambassador Henry Baughman.