A worn green armchair sits in the corner surrounded by shelves of encyclopedias, devotionals and Biblical commentaries. Papers, reading glasses, three used mugs and a ping pong ball are scattered on a desk across from it.
Caitlin Stout, class of 2017, grew up in Jackson and first learned about SAU through her church.
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