The Spring Hill College Magazine

Spring 2014

The spring online mini edition of The Spring Hill College Magazine features two outstanding alumni, Jim Fry '97 and Michaela Guzy '01; student-athlete Harrison McNab '15; and alumnus and donor Dr. Hugh Anson Moye '61.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

"Fry, be your own damn tree!"

The Rev. Stephen Campbell, S.J., head of Spring Hill's fine and performing arts department, admonished Jim Fry '97 during a rehearsal of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen."

Campbell's advice reminded Fry to be confident and trust his instincts, traits that Fry tries to impart in his own students.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

In just two short years since Michaela Guzy '01 left the corporate world to start her own travel content site and web-video series, she has added more than 70 countries to the places she's visited.

"It's not just about the passport stamps," she says. "It's about the amazing local people you meet in each destination that make each journey so special."

Thursday, March 20, 2014

By Aislinn Shevlin '14

The majority of Spring Hill students would consider the Avenue of the Oaks or St. Joseph Chapel their favorite place on campus, primarily because of their aesthetic pleasure and historic atmosphere.

However, senior Harrison McNab is more practical. His favorite place is where he spends most of his free time and where he gets the most joy, the Outlaw Recreation Center. McNab says, "If I could live in the gym, I would in a heartbeat."

Thursday, March 20, 2014

By Aislinn Shevlin '14

Dr. Hugh Anson Moye '61 understands the impact of financial aid on a person's education. In fact, it was Spring Hill's academic scholarships that ensured his attendance at the College. At Spring Hill, Moye played on the tennis team all four years and fed his love of chemistry, especially in his favorite class on quantitative analysis.

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