As the Piedmont Women’s Tennis team fights their way to the Conference Championships, every player has worked their hardest for their team. One particular player, a sophomore from Greensboro North Carolina, Marion Sloyan, has given nothing short of her all for her team, the Piedmont Lady Lions. She has gone from battling for her position in the line up last season to the Piedmont Women’s Tennis #4 singles throughout the entire conference tournament this season in hopes of winning a championship, and the beautiful ring that comes with it. Pictured below is a typical Tournament day with Marion Sloyan.
Wednesday April 6th, 2022 a research study on the groundwater in Demorest, Georgia was conducted, explained, and visualized by Imani Vincent in the Stewart Auditorium of Piedmont University’s Campus.
Imani Vincent (pictured left) stands by her research project visual board with information on the groundwater in Demorest, Georgia after presenting her hard work in the Stewart Auditorium at Piedmont University on April 6th, 2022.
Shown above is specific research by Imani Vincent casting light upon the unhealthy iron levels (seen in figure 6) in the groundwater in Demorest, Georgia and the 10 foot deep groundwater monitoring well (labeled figure 1) that was used by Vincent (pictured in figure 4) to collect the samples that she lab tested at Piedmont University to showcase just how unhealthy the water is.