Month: September 2017

I Love Cheeseburgers & Fries

By Betty Lavandero According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders, at least 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder in the U.S. I never thought I would be a...

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Making Memories with Granddad

By Kathryn Hennon “Oh, why don’t you pass over a couple of those Swedish fish,” Jack said as tilted his glasses down his nose. This may not have been the most famous Granddad quote, but it is definitely one I will always...

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The Ambition of Ali

By Michael Stewart Ambition is a quality that many students at the University of South Carolina would say they possess.  But perhaps no student epitomizes that drive more than Ali Mullane.  Mullane is a senior from Bridgeport,...

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By Daniel McGinley McKenna’s Rise to Fame   What if I were to tell you that Grace McKenna has dreamt about being a broadcast journalist since she was a little girl?  The Atlanta native is in her third year at the University...

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Growing Up with an Incarcerated Parent

By Caroline Grigg I was 12 years old. It was January, and the second semester of my seventh-grade career had begun. I answered a phone call from my sister with the words “urgent,” “arrested,” and “bankrupt” being all my brain...

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