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Senior Spotlight: Seaton Stiles

By Alex Courtenay
Staff Writer

crest_line_LLB_stack_colorSeaton Stiles is a double major in Communication and Psychology. In each department she loves both the professors and people. She likes learning about those around her and thinks that they are funny.

Seaton is involved in Common Ground’s Rooted, is a member of Phi Mu and can always be found in the communication department. One thing that Seaton would like all of the readers to keep in mind is her word of advice, “never assume anything!”

Seaton loves Georgetown College because it is so small and students can easily get involved on campus. Seaton said, “Georgetown is my little brother, I can make fun of it.”

Seaton described her time at Georgetown to be busy. She also has realized that she has grown a lot without even realizing it.

Aimee Davis and Caliesha Comley said that “Seaton is the biggest goofball I’ve ever met, but she by far gives so much life and energy to the people around her. She is the perfect example of living life to the fullest.”

She has worked at camp (Crossings) for a summer and went to New Orleans on an alternative spring break trip freshman year.

What Seaton will miss most about Georgetown is being in a community with people her age, going to Applebee’s for karaoke, being in the communication department and eating Miss Joe’s omelets. Seaton will also miss going downstairs in her dorm and always seeing people and talking to them at all hours.
In her free time, Seaton likes to read, go on hikes, try to play the piano and play pranks.

Seaton’s best memories at Georgetown are all the pranks that she’s played on Zac Bettersworth. The experience of pranking him has been really funny, never gets old and she never gets in trouble for it. Zac said, “she is a trickster, and don’t trust her. She will pretend to be your friend… then bam! My Little Pony.” Seaton once covered his room with My Little Pony paraphernalia, for those of you who didn’t know.

Now Seaton’s favorite bible verse to end this spotlight, Ephesians 3:19-20, “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever.”