Scholarship

Kait8Piggott to rename stadium after Hunter Midkiff, family creates scholarship fundIf anybody knew Hunter, they knew he was all about his family, friends, and this school and this community,” John Midkiff, Hunter's father said.1 day ago

Kait8Piggott to rename stadium after Hunter Midkiff, family creates scholarship
fundIf anybody knew Hunter, they knew he was all about his family, friends, and
this school and this community,” John Midkiff, Hunter’s father said.1 day ago… Read More

Elizabeth Esteban, daughter of farmworkers, defies odds with full scholarship to Harvard

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Growing up in California’s Coachella Valley, the daughter of immigrant farmworkers, Elizabeth Esteban dreamed of going to Harvard. Her dream is coming true, with a full scholarship. Her message for others: “Don’t live a life regretting and questioning what if I did try.”

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Twiggs County senior Aylah Birks gets The Gates Scholarship

The Gates Scholarship is highly selective and is given to accomplished, minority, high school seniors, according to the foundation.

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ga. — In March, we first reported on Twiggs County senior, Aylah Birks, who was accepted into over 80 colleges with more than $2.2 million in scholarship offers.

She’s now been accepted into over 100 colleges with more than $4.5 million in scholarship offers, but one of them stands out above the rest.

“Aylah was eager to learn; she wanted to learn,” said her mother, Cindy Curry Birks.

That passion brought Birks some amazing accomplishments — she was one of

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Libby Pugh, Andrea Moorer Named EREC Scholarship Winners : NorthEscambia.com

Saturday, Escambia River Electric Cooperative awarded two $4,000 scholarships to local high school seniors.

The Escambia County winner was Libby Pugh from Northview High School (pictured left), and the Santa Rosa County winner was Andrea Moorer from Central High School. The Herman D. Johnson Scholarship Award is offered to graduating seniors with a parent or guardian that is a member of the cooperative..

In the past, capital credits issued by EREC that were unclaimed had to be turned over to the state. But state legislation now allows such funds to be deposited into a qualified, educational charity fund. The EREC

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Defense, Depth & Drake Stoops on Scholarship

NORMAN – Due to the COVID-19 outbreak last March, Saturday marked the first spring game for Oklahoma football since April 2019.

On a clear, picture-perfect afternoon, the offense (White) outlasted the defense (Red) for a 30-29 victory in 68-degree weather at Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.

“A really, really fun day,” Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley said of the 30-minute scrimmage (two 15-minute halves). “Don’t ever take it for granted, certainly after this game was taken away from us last year.”

The defense started the scrimmage with 21 points and earned an additional three points for turnovers, fourth-down stops

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Illini scholarship count as of April 23, 2021

A lot has happened this offseason for the Illinois basketball program as far as additions and departures are concerned.

Some of the best players to come through Illinois have left the program. Ayo Dosunmu and, likely, Kofi Cockburn will be missed dearly. It will be hard to ever find a one-two punch like those two ever again.

Overall, though, the Illinois roster has endured a massive shake-up, with only 50.3% of the scholarship minutes from last season returning. That is a big change from the No. 1 seed NCAA tournament team we saw less than two months ago.

With big

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Howard Students Protest Cut of Classics Department, Hub for Black Scholarship

As an alumna of Howard University, Anika Prather remembers feeling that the classics were everywhere during her years as a student. No matter your major or field of study, she recalled, it was practically a given that classics would be woven into your educational experience.

“My brother was a pre-med student — we both went to Howard — and I remember sitting there seeing him read all types of classics, like we all had to, classics or some work of the canon, but then you’re reading it from a Black perspective,” Dr. Prather said. “It’s really incredible.”

At Howard, the

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