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BLEACHER FEATURE
While Mount Allison has been lucky to recruit a person
of his character, Vizena feels lucky to have found Mount
Allison too.
"It's a comfortable environment for me, where nobody is
anonymous, and after four years of engaging in endless
opportunities, I'll take away so much more than just a
degree," he says. "The support of this tight-knit community
has been really good for me."
Named the University's Scholar Athlete and team MVP at
the end of his fourth year, McAdam was also honoured as
Mount Allison's Alumni Achievement Award winner after
posting the year's top grades.
"Mount A is an amazing community, with its small classes
and positive learning environment," he says. "My experiences
were really enjoyable and have prepared me well for my next
chapter in life."
Mount Allison's director of athletics, Pierre Arsenault, feels
that the University and Sackville have been great benefac-
tors of the two students' influence and leadership.
"We are so proud of them, and they will be missed as they
embody the exact type of student-athletes we look for to join
our Mounties' family," he says.
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NICE GUYS
FINISH FIRST
Mount Allison athletes win national community service
award in successive years
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"
They embody
the exact type of
student-athletes
we look for to join our
Mounties' family
-- Pierre Arsenault