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This interview was conducted with Rock Hill native Susan Winn Westbrook. Mrs. Westbrook is a 1987 Rock Hill High school graduate and initially came to Winthrop to become a teacher in 1987, but dropped out after her freshmen year. In 2006, she returned to Winthrop and graduated in 2011, majoring in early childhood education. She did not live on campus, but commuted to school and she discusses what being a commuter student is like. She discusses the friends she made on campus and her experience with her family while being a student, as well as the general experiences of a non-traditional student at Winthrop. She also discusses how Winthrop helped prepare her teaching career, specifically as a second grade teacher at Sunset Park Elementary School.
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Education, Sunset Park
Westbrook, Susan Winn, "Interview with Susan Winn Westbrook - OH 280" (2013). Winthrop University Oral History Program. OH 280.