Dixie Holliday is a member of the Honors cohort of 2021 who is double majoring in Accounting and Spanish. Dixie aspires to one day work as an accountant for an organization in Spain. On campus, Dixie is a co-captain of the Color Guard and Winter Guard, a member of the Emory Activites Board, a Peer Educator, a member of the Multicultural Student Association, and a Blue & Gold Society Ambassador. In addition, Dixie is a Bonner Scholar and a Resident Advisor.
Q: What is the Honors Program to you?
A: The Honors Program is a group of people on campus that I can rely on to challenge my intellectual and moral beliefs inside and outside of the classroom. I have made amazing friends in the program who support me in both the academic and personal obstacles I have faced while at Emory & Henry.
Q: How would you describe the character of the Honors Program?
A: I would describe the character of the Honors Program as a supportive community that challenges its students by pushing them academically and socially to be the best students and citizens they can be.
Q: What advice would you give to First Year Honors Scholars?
A: I would advise First Year Honors Scholars to get involved on campus academically and socially. While embarking on your first year, figure out what your moral beliefs are and what you as an individual stand for locally and nationally.
Q: What is one of your most significant experiences at E&H?
A: One of my most significant experiences at Emory & Henry was having professors tell me that they believe in me and that I can do amazing things on campus and in the world.