Category: Talkin’ About My Generation

Talkin’ About My Generation – Novemeber 2019

Shubhra Rajpurohit, 23, is currently a research assistant at Augusta University and intends to study medicine and become a physician. One word you would use to describe yourself: Driven. What did you want to be when you grew up? An ophthalmologist. Favorite indulgence?  Tamarind-flavored candy. Greatest hope: To be able to give back to my community as a physician. Favorite subject in school? Everything, I love school. If I really had to pick, it would be Breaking Boundaries Interactive Art and Physical Computing, as well as Design Thinking. I took both of these courses as an undergraduate student at...

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Talkin’ About My Generation – September/October 2019

Sam Hatcher, 17, a senior at Augusta Christian Schools plays Varsity football and soccer and is a member of the Beta Club. Hatcher is also on Team Chenzhou, a volunteer mission group to Chinese orphanages. If you could have any job, what would you choose? Author If you had a super power, what would it be? Telekinesis Whom do you admire the most? My older sister Julia Favorite subject in school? AP Psychology What are you reading right now? “Think Like a Freak” What inspires you? Results from hard work   Kaitlyn Frits, 29, is a Design Assistant at...

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Talkin’ About My Generation – August 2019

Jo Robinson, 64, is customer relations manager for Murphy Auto Group. She has three children, Ashlee Duren, 43, Jason Griggs, 40 and Caroline Copeland, 35, and eight grandchildren. One word you would use to describe yourself: Devoted What qualities do you most admire?  Integrity and honesty Is there an important life lesson you’ve learned?  Make everyday count because life is short. What would surprise people about you?  I wanted to be a concert pianist. Best thing about being a mom?  Watching my children grow and experience life!   Tatum Minter, 16, is a rising junior in the Advanced Placement...

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Talkin’ About My Generation – June/July 2019

Mariam Pierce Brown, 70, is a retired teacher, administrator (Head of Middle School at Episcopal Day School). She has two daughters, Leslie Taylor, 42 and Amanda Testa 45 One word you would use to describe yourself: Survivor What qualities do you most admire?  Integrity and honesty Is there an important life lesson you’ve learned?  My husband died of early onset Alzheimer’s at 61 and I’m a breast cancer survivor so…love more, laugh more and enjoy each new day! What would surprise people about you?  I play the ukulele. Best thing about being a mom?  Watching my children grow and...

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Talkin’ About My Generation – May 2019

Bo Yum, 23, lives in Grovetown and her profession is in sales. She has one pet, a miniature Australian Shepherd named Olive. What’s your favorite food? Sushi? Tacos? Noodles? How could anyone choose just ONE favorite?! Dream vacation? Somewhere far away, on a beach with clear waters, and a very strong drink in my hand. What did you want to be when you grew up? A doctor, and slowly but surely I’m trying my best to get there. Hobbies? Dancing! Not that I’m any good at it, but it’s definitely something I love to do. Favorite indulgence? French fries,...

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