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Todd Withers of Queens University of Charlotte, a D2 school, has a shot at the NBA

Todd Withers ’18 may very well be on his way to the NBA, the G League or any other impressive post- college basketball gig. So far, Todd has been invited to workout with four NBA teams across the country. Todd is paving the way for the way DII athletes are viewed in the NBA. He continues to prove that he ...

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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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High Point University’s physics students and professor travel to Andes Mountains to do research

Two High Point University physics students have returned from Chile with an unprecedented experience under their belt and plans to publish their finding in a peer-reviewed publication. Rising seniors Thomas Boudreaux and Kyle Corcoran joined Dr. Brad Barlow, assistant professor of astrophysics, on his fourth trip with HPU students to the Andes Mountains to observe stars with the CTIO/SMARTS 0.9-meter ...

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University of Tampa student Jonathan Truong creates physical therapy business with virtual reality

Growing up, Jonathan Truong ’18 was a very avid tennis player, a decent break dancer and he loved to rock climb, but he was injury prone. “To date I’ve had five different surgeries, one of which was my ankle. My ankle should have taken eight months to heal, but it ended up taking two years because I didn’t do my ...

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Shenandoah University student Drake Stoughton wins Fulbright Award

Shenandoah University music education student Drake Stoughton ’18 is first of two Shenandoah’s undergraduate students to ever win a Fulbright Award. The Fulbright Program was created in 1946 to promote healthy relationships between countries and better understanding between cultures. Program winners receive a fully funded trip to study in a country of their choosing. “A Fulbright is an extraordinary honor, ...

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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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