• Miles Cutchin to Enroll at Hampden-Sydney College

    Miles Taylor C. Cutchin has been accepted by Hampden-Sydney College and will enroll with an Alumni Award in August. Miles is a graduate of Pacific Grove High School and is the son of Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. Wally T. Cutchin of Pacific Grove.

    According to Dean of Admissions Anita Garland, “This year’s freshman class is among the most selective ever enrolled. The academic and extracurricular talents of these young men are outstanding. All of us at Hampden-Sydney College are looking forward to the matriculation of the Class of 2017.”

    A college for men, Hampden-Sydney is known for its rhetoric program that stresses excellence in writing and speaking, the Honor Code that stresses individual and collective responsibility, and a focus on the education and development of young men.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on July 29, 2013

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