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Nora Ball, freshman

Freshman Nora Ball happily measuring the distance from the bike rack to the curb, so as to comply with City standards.

Freshman Nora Ball happily measuring the distance from the bike rack to the curb, so as to comply with City standards.

Bria Brown

Freshman Nora Ball happily measuring the distance from the bike rack to the curb, so as to comply with City standards.

Bria Brown

Bria Brown

Freshman Nora Ball happily measuring the distance from the bike rack to the curb, so as to comply with City standards.


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“I bike to Grady every morning so I realized quickly that Grady wasn’t as biker friendly as it should be with so many students that bike to Grady. The new bike racks mean I always have somewhere to lock my bike up. Since I joined GPSC, the Grady Pedestrian Safety Coalition, I have felt that my voice and opinions matter, if I feel that something needs to be changed I know that I have the power to change it.” -Nora Ball, freshman

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Bria Brown, Photography/Multimedia

Bria Brown is a first year staff member on the Southerner as well as a junior in the Class of 2020. She is currently Photography/Multimedia Editor and...

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