Education reporter Tessa Duvall recalls favorite stories of 2014 - MRT.com

The best part of being a journalist is, without a doubt, the people I get to meet, learn from and share stories about.

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Danny Guzman Sr. earned his associate degree from Midland College at the age of 49, becoming the first in his family to earn a college degree. He beat his daughter Gianna Guzman, then 24, by just one day; she earned a bachelor’s in nursing from Texas Tech University Health Science Center. Her younger brother, Tommy Guzman, walked the line at Lee High School at the end of the month.

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