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Matt’s first year on the REP team

My first full school year has a REP facilitator has been filled with up and downs, challenges and successes, moments of encouragement and moments of doubt. What’s really kept me going through all of that (and through the general chaos that COVID-19 brought to all of us) is the students…

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A Year of New – Transitioning to middle school

When we started off the 2019-2020 school year, I was somewhat prepared for the changes. We had changed as a team, our program was changing, and I was going to be teaching primarily middle schoolers for the first time. I was used to teaching ninth graders, so there were definitely…

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Goodbye from Nicole!

My final blog post. Boy has time flown by. I have been a member of this team for one and a half years. Looking back at the first blog that I wrote I remember being angry, anxious, and hurt. I wrote it because of my own personal experiences that I…

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REP Summer Checklist!

Hi friends! Nia here. Well, my time here with the REP team is coming to an end, but before I head out for good I wanted to leave you with one last nugget of advice. Summer is here (well, its technically spring but this is South Carolina) and I know…

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Keep Getting Up

I started as an intern for Safe Harbor in the fall semester of 2018. I didn’t know how much this program was going to impact my life, considering I was trying to be the one to make an impact on others. However, it helped me heal from my own past,…

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7 Gems I Learned After A Bad Relationship

 Never Walk On Eggshells Love is a feeling of strong and constant affection for a person, and in this context, it's all about romantic love. Respect on the other hand, is a feeling of understanding or admiration that something or someone should be treated in an appropriate way. In a…

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This One’s for the Girls!

Tan. Skinny. Enough makeup to cover the flaws but not enough to look fake. The puppy dog filter so that her eyes are a little bigger and her skin a little clearer. A caption that she gave more thought to than anything else that day. Maybe even a little black…

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Sex Trafficking: What you need to know

Hey guys! My name is Lacey Elliott, and I’m a senior at Clemson! At Clemson, I was a double major in Communications Studies and Women’s Leadership. My focus during my college career has been in sex trafficking. I want to take this opportunity to give you some advice/bust some myths…

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