Local youths attend Governor’s School for Humanities

The following Shelby County students are among 48 Tennesseans attending Governor’s School for the Humanities at the University of Tennessee at Martin this month. In front, from left, are Walt Price, Telesa Ward, Lilac Ding, Sabrina Spence and Aayushi Shah. In back, from left, are Ali Romines, Brandon Nwokeji, Connor Hofeditz and Hadassah Betapudi. Many of the state’s highest-achieving students attend one of Tennessee’s 11 governor’s school programs each summer, two of which are hosted at UT Martin. Courtesy photo.

The following Shelby County students are among 48 Tennesseans attending Governor’s School for the Humanities at the University of Tennessee at Martin this month. In front, from left, are Walt Price, Telesa Ward, Lilac Ding, Sabrina Spence and Aayushi Shah. In back, from left, are Ali Romines, Brandon Nwokeji, Connor Hofeditz and Hadassah Betapudi. Many of the state’s highest-achieving students attend one of Tennessee’s 11 governor’s school programs each summer, two of which are hosted at UT Martin. Courtesy photo.