2017-2018 Avatar: Natalie Ngong

Natalie Ngong; A Bio Primary Interests Biology (Ecology/ Animal Behavior) Medicine Research & Study Abroad Experiences While I’ve attended The Gatton Academy, I have been part of the Genome class, which involves research on bacteriophages or viruses that infect bacteria. I have also been part of songbird research in Alaska (specifically studying the impact of Read More…

2017-2018 Avatar: Camuel Hart

My name is Camuel Hart and I am a senior at The Gatton Academy. These two pieces of information alone are sufficient in describing me to the extent of my wishes; however, as this is a personal bio, I feel an obligation to provide information of a much more personal and insightful variety. Allow me Read More…

2017-2018 Avatar: Caleb Curry

Hello! My name is Caleb Curry, and I am a senior at The Gatton Academy. I am from Louisa, KY, which is a small, rural town in Eastern Kentucky. Before Gatton, I attended Lawrence County High School. There, I played varsity tennis and participated in extracurricular activities such as Student Y, 4-H, student government, academic Read More…

2017-2018 Avatar: Jacob Harris

The Gatton Avatars have been tasked with writing an introductory blog post, and I’ve spent hours trying to think of how to articulate this blog. How do I organically introduce something as sterile as an introduction? How do I introduce myself without sounding monotonous? And to be honest, I don’t know the answer to either Read More…

2017-2018 Avatar: Keelee Pullum

Hi everyone! My name is Keelee Pullum, and I am a senior from Bowling Green. I previously attended Warren Central High School, where I played basketball and was involved in several other academic activities. I found out about The Gatton Academy when it was first starting and toured for the first time in seventh grade. Read More…

Harlaxton 2017: Final Class Day

By: Caleb Curry We are nearing the end of our time here at Harlaxton. Today we had our last class, which began with a quiz over various poetry terms. We were then handed back our second essays, and we briefly discussed them. Following this, we examined dramatic poetry, including Lord Tennyson’s “Ulysses,” Andrew Marvell’s “To Read More…