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College acceptance provides a meaningful chance

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For Kevin Mager of Lexington, South Carolina going to the University of Tennessee is a dream come true. Kevin’s parents thought he might never have this chance because of the rare brain condition he was born with, which meant he was missing the nerve fibers that connect the two halves of his brain. So when he got that acceptance, it meant even more. Kevin said, “it’s where I always wanted to go to college, they gave me a chance.”