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More to tell

I’ve always loved a good story. When I was a college student I had the opportunity to tell some incredible stories. I wrote about a mother who escaped an abusive relationship and an attempted murder that left her disfigured. She went on to gain her...

Brazilian with a smile

Yes, I look Asian. Yes, I have a Japanese last name. And yes, I’m Brazilian. Much like the U.S., Brazil is a diverse nation. As the Olympic Opening Ceremony showcased, multiple ethnicities make up the Brazilian identity. Japanese culture is one of...

Jags in Rio

Two members of the Augusta University community will follow Olympian and Augusta University alumnus Pardon Ndhlovu to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games to continue documenting his inspiring story. On Aug. 21, Ndhlovu, a recent MBA graduate and volunteer...

Coming soon

Okay – so this is a stock image. But once our folks get on the ground, they’ll be sending back some pretty awesome images, which you’ll be able to find here.

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