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Marymount University student Noelle Larino, a communications major, receives Hester B. Provensen and Jean C. Miller Scholarship

Noelle Larino, a rising junior at Marymount University, was awarded the Hester B. Provensen and Jean C. Miller Scholarship by the Capital Speakers Club of Washington, D.C., at its end-of-year luncheon June 6. The merit-based scholarship is awarded annually to a woman majoring in communication, speech or a similar field of study. “Noelle is very dedicated and hard-working,” said her ...

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Ripon College’s Rick Estberg ’75: NSA senior staffer by day, thespian by night

To his already busy schedule as a senior foreign relations staff officer at the National Security Agency, Ripon College alumnus Rick Estberg ’75 of Severna Park, Maryland, incorporates theatre and public speaking into his life. For the past 10 years, Estberg has acted in seven productions; for the past 12 years, he has been a member of Toastmasters, an organization ...

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Anthony Jackson becomes Mississippi College’s first African American student to be president of the Student Government Association

Increasing student activities and pumping up school spirit for Mississippi College sports teams are some of his priorities. Working closely with the university’s new administration in 2018-2019 will be another goal for Anthony Jackson. MC’s newly elected Student Government Association president, he’s ready to deliver on his promises. A political science major from Mound Bayou, the former Choctaws football player ...

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Lee University’s Society for Law and Justice place second at the 2017 Owl Classic Mock Trial Competition

The Society for Law and Justice, Lee University’s mock trial team, recently placed second at the 2017 Owl Classic Mock Trial Competition, hosted by Kennesaw State University at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. “I am absolutely thrilled with our results at the OWL Classic Mock Trial tournament, especially considering that it was the first mock trial tournament for over half ...

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Daniela Deu from the University of Miami believes architecture can change the world

Daniela Deu spent a great deal of her childhood crisscrossing Europe. Born in the United States but raised in the small municipality of Andorra, located between France and Spain, Deu visited many cities as she competed in ice skating tournaments. Each city offered her a window into people’s lives, how they lived, worked, where they ate, where they played. She ...

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University of Central Florida graduate Orville Clayton identifies the lack of mental help in Florida jails

Florida jails lack critical mental health services and treatments for inmates, ultimately posing a risk to the community and the inmate upon release, according to research by a University of Central Florida doctoral student. The problem was identified by Orville Clayton, who graduates this week with a Ph.D. in public affairs in the health services management and research track. As part ...

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