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George Munney Loses His Scholarship

A story of freshman naivety

Photo by Erika Fletcher on Unsplash

George Munney was sitting on top of the world. One week into his freshman year at the university of his choice, he couldn’t have scripted life any better than it was turning out for him. He loved the college town. He loved looking at the beautiful girls. He wanted to pinch himself to be sure he wouldn’t wake up back in his podunk hometown, going nowhere.




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