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  Sherman Student Reads Original Short Story at College Town Event

Dee Dee Brown

Fourth-quarter Sherman student Dee Dee Brown joined seven fellow Spartanburg college students for an evening of poetry and essays when she participated in the 2nd Annual College Town Reading on Sunday, April 24, at Wofford College.

Brown holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from South Carolina State University. Originally from Florida, She enjoys reading, cooking and writing short stories and poetry.

Other participating students included Converse College student Amy Stahl, Spartanburg Technical College students Amber Jennings and Regina Tucker Schmitt, University of South Carolina Upstate students Adam Manwaring and Nichole Sise, and Wofford College students Emily Smith and Kelly Mohon.

College Town is a consortium of Spartanburg County’s six colleges – Converse College, Sherman College, Spartanburg Methodist College, Spartanburg Technical College, the University of South Carolina Upstate and Wofford College – and the City of Spartanburg. The consortium produce academic, social and service events designed to strengthen the relationships of the campuses and the community.