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Now a teenager, baseball fan Gabby Hernandez has been fighting for her life since she was just six months old, and her beloved Fighting Camels always make sure that she feels accepted and loved.
The pole “represents Furman’s hope and commitment toward peace in our community and the entire world,” according to Abijah Leamon, one of several students who spoke at the ceremony.
Elizabeth Bonker, who's also an author, poet and songwriter, called on her fellow Rollins College graduates to use their voices, serve others and "see the worth in every person we serve."
Following up on an agreement first reached in 2007, the college has expanded opportunities for the Catawba Nation, providing a full-tuition scholarship every year to a Catawba tribal member.
University of Richmond Professor Elisabeth Gruner stopped grading her students' written work four years ago. "My only regret," she says, "is that I didn't do it sooner."
The event, called Introduce a Girl Scout to Engineering, drew 100 girl scouts from across South Carolina's Lowcountry to the Citadel campus to learn more about careers in the engineering fields.
“We’re teaching the children that ceramics are another positive way for self-expression,” said Huy Chu, an assistant professor of art and design professor who led two classes for the Girl Scout troop.