Scholarship

Galls, One Lexington create scholarship for minority students at Bryan Station High School

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Galls and One Lexington created a scholarship called Be the Change. It’s for minority students in Bryan Station High School wanting to pursue a career within the criminal justice system.

Eliza Tolley-Higgins is finishing up her last five months of high school at Bryan Station. She’s been meeting with her school’s college and career coach, Brandy Ashford, to plan out her next move before graduation.

She’s leaning toward being a criminal defense attorney.

“Can’t nobody out-argue me. In a debate I’m going to win. I’m going to come over top,” Tolley-Higgins said.

She said she sees

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Kraken fan awarded $10,000 scholarship after notifying Canucks assistant equipment manager of cancerous mole

Vancouver Canucks assistant equipment manager Brian “Red” Hamilton was working behind the bench during Seattle’s first home game on Oct. 23 when a Kraken fan relentlessly tried to get his attention, something all too common at NHL games. 

When Hamilton finally looked up, what he saw saved his life. 

Nadia Popovici, a 22-year-old graduate from the University of Washington and future medical student, noticed a mole on the back of Hamilton’s neck that she believed was cancerous. She held her phone up to the glass with a message that read: “The mole on the back of your neck is cancer.”

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Notre Dame Football Recruiting: The 2022 Scholarship Chart

The roster and scholarship chart for the Notre Dame Fighting is a living breathing thing at all times. Commitments, transfers in, transfers out, and position changes happen every day. The Monday after the Fiesta Bowl really got things moving with a flurry of announcements with the promise of more to come over the coming days, weeks, and months.

Forget what you know about the 85 man scholarship limit. The COVID-19 pandemic created an extra year of eligibility for everyone that played in 2020, and it gets a little complicated. And that’s fine — it’s best to just look at it

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ONE Lexington announces scholarship for senior of color

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — On Tuesday, ONE Lexington and public safety company Galls announced they’re partnering up for the Be the Change scholarship — a $20,000 for a Bryan Station high school senior of color who’s committed to pursuing a career in criminal justice at a Kentucky college or university.

ONE Lexington director Devine Carama describes the scholarship as a game changer.

“I know if I had this opportunity growing up, it’s something that could shift a generation, an entire family,” Carama said.

But he said the scholarship won’t just impact students. Long-term it could also help address racial

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With just 38 scholarship players, LSU falls to Kansas State in Texas Bowl

Deuce Vaughn and the Kansas State Wildcats finished a streaky season on a positive note Tuesday night with a dominant 42-20 win over short-handed LSU in the Texas Bowl at Houston’s NRG Stadium.

Vaughn, a sophomore running back and first-team All-American as an all-purpose player, rushed for 146 yards on 21 carries. He scored four touchdowns — three rushing and one receiving.

“The aggressiveness of our play calling opened up the running game,” Vaughn said. “Everybody was making plays, and our O-line stayed committed to the fight against a really good defense.”


Kansas State (8-5) also got a strong performance

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Hockey fan awarded scholarship after notifying man of cancerous mole while attending NHL game

A hockey fan was awarded a $10,000 scholarship after spotting a man’s cancerous mole and notifying him of it while at an NHL game, NBC News reported.

According to the report, Nadia Popovici, an incoming medical student, was at a Vancouver Canucks vs. Seattle Kraken game when she spotted a small mole on the neck of Brian “Red” Hamilton, the Canucks’ assistant equipment manager

At the end of the game, Popovici waved Hamilton over and placed her phone against the plexiglass to show him a message she had typed urging him to get his mole checked out.

After going to

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2022 Notre Dame Football Scholarship Chart // UHND.com

While news continues to break on who will and won’t be returning in 2022, the 85 scholarship limit comes into play again for Notre Dame – and everyone else – this year. Instead of creating a scholarship chart that assumes everyone with eligibility returns, I threw together one that just lists the players that we know (or at least assume at the moment) are returning in 2022.

To keep track of who all has decided to return and who has decided to either transfer or leave early

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Updated Notre Dame Scholarship Chart: January 4


A full rundown of pledges lost from each class is included in our active Scholarship Chart below, as are the newly-minted members of the 2022 recruiting class. 

Including all incoming freshmen, plus those eligible to return for a standard fifth-year redshirt or COVID-afforded extra season, the program houses *86 scholarship players at present. 

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WEAR-TVApplications for Florida Supervisors of Elections scholarship is now availableESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. — Escambia County Supervisor of Elections announced that the 2022 Florida Supervisors of Elections college….13 hours ago

WEAR-TVApplications for Florida Supervisors of Elections scholarship is now
availableESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. — Escambia County Supervisor of Elections announced
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Auburn Engineering Professor Don Zhao wins Creative Research and Scholarship Award at 2021 Auburn University Faculty Awards

Auburn, Ala. (EETV) – The Creative Research and Scholarship Award, given as a part of the 2021 Auburn Faculty Awards, is intended to recognize the research achievements and contributions of an outstanding Auburn University faculty was awarded to professor Dongye “Don” Zhao.

In his 20 years at Auburn’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Zhao has been a part of more than 40 projects with external funding totaling nearly $9 million. He also has served as a major professor for more than 25 doctoral students and more than 25 Master of Science students, landed editorships for two major international journals, and

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