From left, Columbus State University president Chris Markwood and Turner College of Business dean Linda Hadley present a jumbo check Monday to CSU junior Michael Woodham, representing the $3,319.71 Wayne Starks and his wife, Stella, donated to pay for Woodham’s fall 2017 tuition after being impressed with the service he gave them at a local restaurant.
From left, Columbus State University president Chris Markwood and Turner College of Business dean Linda Hadley present a jumbo check Monday to CSU junior Michael Woodham, representing the $3,319.71 Wayne Starks and his wife, Stella, donated to pay for Woodham’s fall 2017 tuition after being impressed with the service he gave them at a local restaurant. Columbus State University
From left, Columbus State University president Chris Markwood and Turner College of Business dean Linda Hadley present a jumbo check Monday to CSU junior Michael Woodham, representing the $3,319.71 Wayne Starks and his wife, Stella, donated to pay for Woodham’s fall 2017 tuition after being impressed with the service he gave them at a local restaurant. Columbus State University

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