She walks around campus in her pencil skirt, white top, designer frames and heels on. Every strut in her step would seem to be classier and more powerful than the last. Her aura would speak before her mouth would, suggesting that she was no ordinary student.
Finals are right around the corner, and what better way to prepare for them than with tutoring right here on campus.
Tyler Junior College scored big with the formation of the school's first ever women's soccer team. It was a little over two weeks ago when TJC announced the latest addition of its 11th intercollegiate sport, and just this past week the newly arranged team signed its first player Whitehouse Sweeper Kayla Mason.
As sophomore Sarah Griffin walks across campus to her classes, she admires the gardens and greenery; however, after taking in the surroundings, she realizes there seems to be something missing.