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More Than Money

"To me, the Carolina Covenant is so much more than money. It's love. It's calling Carolina 'home.'"

"To me, the Carolina Covenant is so much more than money. It's love. It's calling Carolina 'home.'"

Andrea Barnes ’18 — who graduated with a public policy major along with education and Hispanic studies minors — is Carolina’s first Mount Vernon Leadership Fellow. She’s a Margerison Distinguished Scholar and a Carolina Covenant Scholar. Because of that support, she’s the first in her family to go to college and to travel abroad.

Coming to you from Seville, Spain, where she studied abroad in fall 2016, Andrea talks about what the Carolina Covenant means to her.

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