The guests talk about the involvement of Winthrop students in politics and how diverse it is.
Grier talks about how her clinic does NOT compete with the Affinity Health Center, and about the need to serve more people in western York County.
The guests reflect on their careers and their favorite memories of doing high school football broadcasts.
Stuart says voters will decide in November whether to continue with a council-supervisor form of government or a council-administrator form.
Collins discusses the enrollment in the Palmetto College program, along with the University’s strategic plan.
Case discusses the clinic’s transition to a full-service health care facility and its new free screenings for Hepatitis C.
Helms provides an update on the work that’s going on developing a road project list for the 2017 Pennies for Progress referendum.