Kinesiology student to compete for Miss Georgia title

by Brennan Meagher

AUGUSTA, GA. – In October, Augusta University hosted a beauty pageant and Dejah Johnson was crowned the first Miss Augusta University.

The kinesiology student, track athlete and member of the Lumin Society, a student ambassador program, thought the pageant would be a great opportunity to meet other students and represent Augusta University.

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