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“From my four-year experience at the radio station which blasted me into my dream internship in the United Nations in Geneva to the coordinated study abroad experience in France which solidified my love and interest for the European broadcasting sector, Emory & Henry prepared me for it all.”

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The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire is honoring Emory & Henry College director of athletic communications and instructor in the Mass Communication department, Brent Treash as an arts advocate.