Hundreds of kilometres separate the small, south coast town where Maddi Eveleigh grew up from the university campus where she will eventually complete two degrees.
“The idea of uni was always in the back of my mind. But I worried that I wouldn’t be good enough … and how I’d afford it,” she says. None of “the big city unis ever came to talk to us during high school”.
After graduating from Moruya High School in southern NSW ,…
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