• Rain is always such a disappointment during the annual Pilgrimage. And yet, being in April, I imagine rain is a constant worry for Garden Club members.
Editor’s Note: The following farewell letter, written by Rust College SGA President Atiyah Reed, was also sent to The South Reporter for publication.
To my fellow Bearcats:
As a high school student, it didn’t get much better than cruising through town with the Bee Gees playing on the radio.
It’s funny about food. You have seasonal stuff, like lasagna and chili — definitely winter foods.
The Legislature ended our session a few days early, but left some unfinished business and we expect to be called back before the 2018 Fiscal Year begins on July 1.