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Senior finds hope, passion at local animal shelter

Madeline Olliff’s transition into college wasn’t the easiest. Months after she walked the stage at Sequoyah High School, her grandfather passed away, which came only months after her childhood dog, Zeke, passed away. Then during her first semester of college, her family lost their other dog, Patsie.  

Students start new group to help refugees feel at home in U.S.

“Seek Refuge,” a new student organization at Georgia College, helps refugees adjust to life in the United States. The club’s email list has burgeoned in a few short months to more than 100 students interested in helping those who’ve lost everything fleeing war, violence and persecution.

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