Temnete Sebhatu stands in front of New York's Carnegie Hall, where she was recognized for her Nonfiction Portfolio Gold Award-winning essay.
Temnete Sebhatu stands in front of New York's Carnegie Hall, where she was recognized for her Nonfiction Portfolio Gold Award-winning essay.
Temnete Sebhatu stands in front of New York's Carnegie Hall, where she was recognized for her Nonfiction Portfolio Gold Award-winning essay.

How do I get to Carnegie Hall? Rock Hill student writes winning essay

June 26, 2007 12:18 AM

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