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A “horrifying” experience

The statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville.

Furman graduate Lindsay Caesar’s journey to Charlottesville, Va., last weekend began in joy and hope but ended in a nightmare. The Greenville News talked with Caesar, who, along with her fiancé, was among those marching in opposition to the rally of white nationalists. Both were in the area of the car that plowed into a group of counter-protesters. Caesar graduated from Furman in 2012 with a degree in biology.

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