TaLaura Mathis, of Clay County, checked an image on her camera at Alice Lloyd College on May 3, 2017. Mathis works in the school's marketing office and was taking promotional photos. All fulltime students from Alice Lloyd's service area work at least 10 hours on campus in return for free tuition. The statue at the center of the photo is of Lloyd, a New Englander who helped found the college.
TaLaura Mathis, of Clay County, checked an image on her camera at Alice Lloyd College on May 3, 2017. Mathis works in the school's marketing office and was taking promotional photos. All fulltime students from Alice Lloyd's service area work at least 10 hours on campus in return for free tuition. The statue at the center of the photo is of Lloyd, a New Englander who helped found the college. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
TaLaura Mathis, of Clay County, checked an image on her camera at Alice Lloyd College on May 3, 2017. Mathis works in the school's marketing office and was taking promotional photos. All fulltime students from Alice Lloyd's service area work at least 10 hours on campus in return for free tuition. The statue at the center of the photo is of Lloyd, a New Englander who helped found the college. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

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