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Tuesday July 5th, 2022 5:45PM

LISTEN: From prison to PhD

By Mornings on Maine Street

Dr. Stanley Andrisse was arrested for the first time at age fourteen. At twenty one, he was sentenced to prison for ten years. For some, that would be game over. Not for Andrisse. Now a professor at Howard University College of Medicine researching type 2 diabetes, Andrisse shared his story on Maine Street as detailed in his book "From Prison Cells to PhD."

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LISTEN: From prison to PhD
Dr. Stanley Andrisse was arrested for the first time at age fourteen. At twenty one, he was sentenced to prison for ten years. For some, that would be game over. Not for Andrisse. Now a professor at Howard University College of Medicine researching type 2 diabetes, Andrisse shared his story on Maine Street as detailed in his book "From Prison Cells to PhD."
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WDUN Morning Show
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By Mornings on Maine Street
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In May 1996, two skilled backcountry leaders, Lollie Winans and Julie Williams, were found brutally murdered at their remote campsite in Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park, adjacent to the world-famous Appalachian Trail. Despite an extensive decades-long joint investigation by the FBI, National Park Service Investigators, and the Virginia State Police, this shocking case has never been solved. Kathryn Miles brings the story to life and her continuing attempt to solve the case in "Trailed."
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Listen: Teacher Appreciation Week with Hall Co. Superintendent of Schools
Hall County Superintendent of Schools Will Schofield shared some thoughts on what it means to be a teacher as part of National Teacher Appreciation Week. All of us on Maine Street thank our teachers here and across the country for what you do.
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