Need to Know
St. Louis Community College student Ngohile Yakubu could have let fear defeat her. But, in the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, Yakubu found the strength to do what she feared she could not. As a result, Yakubu will be attending Saint Louis University next fall to study nutrition and dietetics.
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