#KSUGraduation — Communications is top degree at w...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Thursday, December 18
KENNESAW — Cobb County native Tara Rich had to take a day off from work to graduate from Kennesaw State University on Wednesday. Rich, a 2010 Kell High School graduate, said she’s already entered the workforce, putting her bachelor’s in early chil...

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