Social and Behavioral Sciences Division hosts senior presentations
| Senior Luther Caraway presents a paper discussing "secession from the viewpoint of the South."
By Kayla Oliver
BPC Marketing Staff Writer
MOUNT VERNON— The Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Brewton-Parker College hosted a senior presentation ceremony Dec. 9 in the Parker Building on the Mount Vernon campus.
Senior history majors shared their senior thesis with the audience. Presenting seniors and their topics included:
- Luther Caraway, Secession from the viewpoint of the South;
- Rodney Pierce, “The Tet Offensive as a turning point in the Vietnam War”;
- Nicole Alston, “The Role of the FBI in suppressing the Civil Rights Movement”;
- Joshua Evans, the role of Elias Boudinot in the removal of the Cherokee;
- Leigh Anne Howard, the preservation of historic buildings in Vidalia;
- Jessica Ryals, Port King George, based on her summer internship;
- Kelli Peavy, events of the Civil War from the viewpoint of the North.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia.
|BPC seniors who presented their senior thesis in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences Dec. 9 are Nicole Alston, from left, Kelli Peavy, Jessica Ryals, Leigh Anne Howard, Joshua Evans, Rodney Pierce and Luther Caraway.