Multicultural Center welcomes Class of 2014 Watson and Odyssey Scholars

The Multicultural Center at Elon University on July 14 announced the Class of 2014 Watson and Odyssey Scholars, two programs with a history of bringing academically successful and motivated students to campus from North Carolina and across the country.

Center leaders say they are excited to see the leadership and success of the Class of 2014. Scholars for the incoming class represent North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama.

Watson Scholars
Demarius Levar Hunt Southern – Vance High School. Henderson, N.C.
Kyron Jerae Turner – Northwest School of the Arts (NWSA). Charlotte, N.C.
Jessica Lynne Eller – Graham High School. Graham, N.C.
Shanell Joyce Byrd – Washington High School. Washington, N.C.
Immanuel Mykel Bryant – Eastern Wayne High School. Goldsboro, N.C.
Todd Michael Calnan – North Iredell High School Statesville, NC
Kuylain Chansel Howard – A.L. Brown High School. Kannapolis, N.C.

Odyssey Scholars
Raven Nicole Bennett – Wake Forest-Rolesville High School. Rolesville, N.C.
Natalie Lauren Caviness – Randolph Early College High School. Asheboro, N.C.
Stacey Dawn Crutchfield – Walter M. Williams High School. Burlington, N.C.
Derrick Jordan Joshua – Parkview High School. Tucker, Ga.
Lindsey Lou Langdon – Clinton High School. Clinton, N.Y.
Michelle Anne Pfleger – Hackettstown High School. Hackettstown, N.J.
Bailey Marie Belanger – Knoxville Catholic High School. Knoxville, Tenn.
Janelle Shante Bennett – Bartlett-Yancey High School. Yanceyville, N.C.
Natalie Susan Cuzmenco – Porter Ridge High School. Indian Trail, N.C.
Destinee Renee Pray – Hoover High School. Hoover, Ala.