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Keeping up with tradition - Around the Arch
December 2011 Issue
It’s fair to say that Trey Sinyard made the most of his undergraduate experience at UGA. A Foundation Fellow, Sinyard worked as a tour guide for the UGA Visitors Center, served as the student government liaison to the UGA Athletic Association and was a member of the Blue Key and Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership societies. Along with his bachelor’s degrees in biochemistry and molecular biology and business administration, he’ll take another title when he graduates this month: Tradition Keeper. Sinyard completed 45 of the 47 traditions in the Student Alumni Association’s G Book, including having his photo taken with Uga, eating a late-night meal at Snelling Dining Hall and street painting on Sanford Drive. The only two G Book traditions he missed were UGA night at Six Flags over Georgia and the Southland Stampede Rodeo. For Sinyard, “This was a great way to bring closure to an awesome four years of college.” Check out the G Book online at http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/64288087?access_key=key-2cnb3v93y1td1d5nedba. …
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