Think you know Michael Roth? If your first thought is, “Um, yeah, the Carolina pitcher,” read on. Baseball season may be over, but Michael is getting back to business on campus.
For starters, this pitcher’s cultured. The Greer, SC, native spent a month in Alicante, Spain, this past summer working on his Spanish (go ahead and melt now, ladies), bringing him one step closer to earning a B.A. in international business and marketing.
Stephen Britt is not your average student. The 26-year-old native of St. George, S.C., holds numerous titles, including fifth-year senior, Delta Sigma Pi brother, president of the South Carolina Fishing Team and Grade E-5 sergeant of the U.S. Marines. Stephen served eight years in the armed forces right out of high school and spent a total of 13 months in Iraq and six in Afghanistan. He has three majors – management, marketing and real estate. G&B’s Sarah Langdon sat down with Britt to talk about his transition from military to student life, how it feels to be back and how he’s changed.
Second-year biology pre-med student John Brewer Eberly isn’t just a skater boy; he’s a bit of a Renaissance man.
An accomplished musician, Brewer recently released an album with his best friend, Josh Weir.
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G&B catches Carolina second-year small forward Lakeem Jackson off the court.
The project kicked off when Laura asked one of her professors if he knew of any internships with which she could get involved. He told her about a program he and two friends were thinking about starting called the “529 Collective.”