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Biography

Mike Woodel spent four semesters as a news writer and editor with The Daily Gamecock, also crossing over with TDG Sports to report on Gamecock baseball, football, soccer and hockey. Mike previously interned with Columbia-based investigative news website Quorum and was a 2017 recipient of the David J. Morrow Scholarship for Business Journalism. He hopes to follow in the footsteps of Jimmy Breslin and David Simon to tell the stories of American cities.

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@MikeWoodel1 — 248 followers, 805 tweets

RT @ABensonIJ: A very serious issue in SC gets the attention of @cmoHHS and @schousespeaker - who called this panel one of the mos… https://t.co/JvGWOwFVKX
RT @AP: BREAKING: Acting U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner says he's stepping down amid outrage over detentio… https://t.co/povLNUuNCq
I mean Billy also fought one of his own players in the dugout during a game at Fenway, but nice flex
RT @IJDDOMINGUEZ: Elijah Head waived his right to be present for his arraignment Monday at the Abbeville magistrate court. His bond w… https://t.co/u3pNGsuwIm
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Once

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Will McAvoy, but less angry

What does it mean to be a journalist?

To cover the people, not the press

David J. Morrow Scholarship for Business Journalism

2017 - Business Journalism

Scholarship awarded to "graduate or undergraduate student who exhibits significant interest in business/financial journalism" at the University of South Carolina. Included expenses-paid trip to Society of American Business Editors and Writers conference in New York City.

S.C. Press Association Award

2018 - Journalism

Third Place, News Story - Collegiate 5,000+ Division.