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Te’a Cooper got a good look at the Baylor women’s basketball program during her junior year at South Carolina last season as the Gamecocks fac…
In defense of Baylor
The surprise announcement left the graduates crying and jumping for joy.
What tells a high school’s story? Its building? Student achievements? Successful graduates? Photos and books? Living memories?
"When I got home she said: 'Mom, I'm texting. I just want to know that she's okay because I feel so bad. We literally just got done talking 30 minutes ago, and she's not writing me back,'" Marisa Biondi recalled. Hours went by with no reply.
The Navy recruit works two part-time jobs, buys all her own clothes and says she's always been frugal.
A small group of family members and nurses crowded into Jessica Joseph’s hospital room, balloons floating overhead and a “Congratulations Graduate” banner hanging above.