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Louisiana College graduate Brittany Jones (2014) is taking the next step in her academic career as a first-year student at the Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia. A native of Pineville, Louisiana and a home school student, Jones was the 2011 Clyde and Elizabeth Smith Memorial Scholarship winner. Convergence Media assistant professor of Journalism Al Quartemont recently talked with Jones about her time at LC and what lies ahead.
Quartemont: Brittany, it seems like just yesterday that we were interviewing you after you won the Smith Scholarship. Did the time at LC seem to go that fast for you, too?
Jones: Oh yes! It flew by! There are many times that I still feel like a freshman. The Lord called me to speed up my education last summer, and now I would not have it any other way. I loved my time at LC but the Lord has other things for me in this new season.
Quartemont: Amazingly, you completed your degree in three years while maintaining a perfect 4.0 GPA. What was your biggest challenge in accomplishing that?
Jones: Time management is an enormous part of doing well in school and taking the loads I had to take. Alongside working and extra-curricular activities, I learned not to waste a single moment. Each moment became precious because in order to invest in people… »»» read more
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