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  • Ashanté Hill, a Determined Young Lady with Drive
  • Award-Winning New Georgia Southern Graduate Lands Dream Job in Nation’s Capital
  • ‘I don’t like Quitting’: Double Education Major Beats Hodgkin Lymphoma to Cross the Commencement Stage this Week
  • From High-Stakes Fashion to a Special Education Classroom
  • Georgia Southern Graduate Flourishes Through Change


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