President West asked me to send to you the photos from two recent visits by grad school/seminary programs: Duke and Emory. In the Emory photo (meIMG_7108), left-to-right, are Lexie Ofe '17 (you might notice a familiar name there); Jayde Rasband '15; Wesley Smithart '15; Dr. Sid Stubbs, provost; President West; Mary Lou Greenwood Boice, associate dean of admissions and financial aid, Candler School of Theology; Dr. Jason Borders, religion; Taylor Claire Bean '14; Kristen Curtis '16; and Mary Kathryn Allen '14. In the Duke photo (IMG_1762_rev.jpg), left-to-right, are Wesley Smithart '15; Macon Armistead '14; Dr. Stephen Sours, religion; Heather Jones '14; Taylor Claire Bean '14; President West; Sarah Jones '14; Dr. Sid Stubbs, provost; Harden Spencer '15; Dr. Chad Eggleston, religion; McKennon Shea, director of admission, Duke Divinity School; and Mary Kathryn Allen '14. Twenty-eight Huntingdon students had declared majors in religion, Christian education, or youth ministry as of the third week of classes this fall semester. There are at least 13 Huntingdon graduates in denominational or interdenominational seminary programs at this writing, including nine at Methodist-related programs. President West will preach for the opening session and for the Service of Ordination during Alabama-West Florida Annual Conference in June 2014. Later that month he will preach at the Western North Carolina Annual Conference-of which he was a member when he was elected president-at Lake Junaluska.