Press & Writings

Resources for students in recovery should be as common as the bookstore | Opinion
August 23, 2018
Frederick Shegog, For the Inquirer

“I hope that one day soon, students will not have to fight for addiction and recovery services but that they will be as common as finding the bookstore. No student should be forgotten.”

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Delco student shines on national communication panel
DECEMBER 11, 2019
The Philadelphia Tribune

Delaware County Community College student Frederick “Freddie” Shegog of Drexel Hill participated recently in a panel discussion during the National Communication Association conference in Baltimore.

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Wake up: A Guest Blog by Freddy Shegog
JANUARY 10, 2020
ARHE Blog

I entered college after some monumental life experiences changed the molding of my identity.

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Collegiate Students in Recovery: How The COVID-19 Pandemic is Affecting Them
APRIL 29, 2020
Recovery Campus Magazine, Workit Health Blog

Each day I awaken, I am astounded by the uplifting energy and work of students in recovery. Understanding that self-help groups cannot meet in person, they quickly shifted to the online world.

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Wake Up, America: I am African-American and in Recovery
June 5, 2020
Recovery Campus Magazine, Workit Health Blog

Philando Castile, Trayvon Martin, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, and Ahmaud Arbery all share a common bond: unaddressed systemic racial inequality in our society. These are all people of color whose lives were taken by the very people sworn to protect and serve.

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We were pleased to invite Frederick Shegog to Clarion University of Pennsylvania to speak to our campus.  Through his presentation our students were encouraged to work through unfortunate circumstances. Frederick used his own past as an example and as a result was able to connect with our students. He was inspiring! Students left Mr. Shegog’s presentation motivated and encouraged.
We look forward to Mr. Shegog returning to Clarion University.

Ann Jamison
Office of the President