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A group of 14 deaf and hard of hearing students from Cleveland County (N.C.) Schools—ranging in age from 4 years to teens—visited Gardner-Webb University recently for a preview of college life. Hosted by the Noel Center for Disability Resources, the event was called “Christmas B.A.S.H.—Bringing Academic Scholarship Here.” Susan Randolph, GWU interpreter and captioning provider, was contacted about hosting the event by Josh Trivett, a teacher for the Deaf in the school system.
American Sign Language, Bob Moore, Cheryl Potter, Christmas BASH, Cindy Rochester, deaf and hard of hearing, Department of Natural Sciences, Department of Visual Arts, Doug Knotts, Dr. Tom Jones, GWU Admissions, GWU Noel Center for Disability Resources, GWU Sign Language Choir, Joyful Hands, Katie Linker, pottery, Russ Gribble, Santa Claus, Susan Randolph
Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb Hosts Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students from Cleveland County (N.C.) Schools" (2019). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 138.