Viral sorority TikTok videos share only one side of Southern university life

Elliott was a tenant farmer’s son who shoveled coal, kept the university grounds and waited tables to pay tuition. As his former chief of staff, Mary Allen Jolley, said, “He was born poor, and he died poor.” Elliott never forgot being laughed at or sleeping in the abandoned, rat-infested observatory on campus, so he spent most of his life after graduation fighting for the rights of poor miners and their families.

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