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Kendall Rhymer wins award

KRhymer playing the snare drum

Rhymer playing the timpani 

Congratulations to Kendall Rhymer, a double major in Music Education and Philosophy & Religion, she just won top prize in the Sounding WCU Art Contest for a unique visual/sound composition they created focusing on the relationship between Cherokee people and our university, The work featured Tom Belt speaking Cherokee as well as snare drum and footage from around campus. She also won $400 and they are donating to a charity of Tom's choosing.
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Kendall Rhymer's Award-Winning Project

Transcription - Cherokee & English

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