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KBOIBSU student raises over $100,000 for a scholarship following Yenor controversyBoise State student Ally Orr was horrified after hearing the comments made by BSU professor Scott Yenor who said men should be prioritized….2 days ago

KBOIBSU student raises over $100,000 for a scholarship following Yenor
controversyBoise State student Ally Orr was horrified after hearing the comments made
by BSU professor Scott Yenor who said men should be prioritized….2 days ago… Read More

Student raises more than $70K to start women’s scholarship in response to professor’s viral remarks

A student at Boise State University in Idaho has raised more than $70,000 to begin a scholarship program for women in engineering, law and medicine in response to one of the university’s professor’s saying women shouldn’t be recruited in those fields. 

Ally Orr, a senior, created a GoFundMe to fund and establish the Women in STEM, Medicine and Law Scholarship at Boise State University, which will be awarded annually to a woman studying in these fields beginning this fall. 

“I never want a girl to look online and say, ‘Oh look, a professor who teaches in higher education says I

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Student raises over $70K for scholarship for women after professor’s viral comments


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Missouri raises ACT score needed for top college scholarship

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri high school students will have to score a little higher on the ACT exam in the future to receive the state’s main merit-based college scholarship.

The state higher education department said Wednesday that the ACT score needed to receive the maximum $3,000 from the Bright Flight scholarship will increase from 31 to 32 for high school students graduating in 2023. That means the change will kick in for this year’s junior class.

Under state law, the maximum scholarship is reserved for those scoring in the top 3% of Missouri students who take the ACT

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‘Golf for the Future’ raises money for scholarships

WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. — Hundreds of golfers took to the greens Tuesday to raise money for students in Wisconsin Dells.

About 350 golfers at Trappers Turn and Wild Rock Golf Club in the Dells raised money for the “Golf for the Future” fundraiser.

The 10th annual event aims to raise $1 million, which will be used as scholarship money that will be given to high school seniors in Wisconsin Dells.

“Our ultimate goal is to be able to offer not just a one-year scholarship,” said Wisconsin Dells Educational Foundation

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Language learning app Duolingo raises price range for IPO

July 26 (Reuters) – Language learning app Duolingo Inc said on Monday it had raised the price target range for its initial public offering in the United States to between $95 and $100 each, aiming for a total raise of nearly $511 million at the top end of the range.

The company had previously set the range at $85 to $95 per share. (Reporting by Niket Nishant in Bengaluru; Editing by Krishna Chandra Eluri)

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Group raises N25m scholarship scheme for indigent students | The Guardian Nigeria News

As part of efforts to boost education in the country, Rotary International, District 9110, comprising Lagos and Ogun States, under its District Educational and Welfare Endowment Fund (DEWEF) has raised the sum of N25 million.

DEWEF offers scholarship to brilliant but indigent students in universities and polytechnics, from 200 level. They are given the sum of N100, 000 a year.

The donation was at the instance of the District Governor, Bola Oyebade, who did not only encourage donors but has been a source of encouragement through the example he has laid.

“Asking others to contribute was a simple thing. I

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‘Color Run’ raises scholarship money for Senior students with a noble purpose

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA (KWWL) — Members of the Cedar Falls community got together at “Big Woods Lake” Sunday afternoon, to run a 5 kilometer race with colors decorating the way.

The 2021 Color Run event was hosted by non-profit organization, ‘Do Better, Be Better’, with the intent on raising scholarship money for senior students who have either been through a medical hardship or has helped someone through a medical hardship. The scholarships are about $1000 a piece.

The event today saw about 120 participants.

The program was founded by Jamie Smith who suffered a stroke while 15 weeks pregnant

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