“Acceptance rates at top colleges are dropping, raising pressure on high school students”
The article was written by Michelle Lou and Brandon Griggs, CNN
“The first Fortnite: Battle Royale college scholarship is here. It’s from Ashland University in Ohio, and will offer top Fortniteplayers $4,000 worth of tuition to join their newly formed esports program and compete on a squads team of four. “
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SECCountry.com reported that:
“First-year coach Dan Mullen and his staff have a different approach to scholarship offers than the previous regime.
There’s been a change in philosophy under Mullen & Co. They are much more aggressive when it comes to offers and already have made a few splashes on the recruiting trail.”
The Washington Post had a story about a Houston high school student that has found great success in getting into prestigious colleges: “From Stanford to Harvard, this teen applied to 20 colleges — and got full rides to all of them“
“An act of kindness has reaped a huge reward for one Texas teen.
Evoni Williams, who works in a La Marque, Texas, Waffle House to save money for college, was photographed by a diner as she helped a 78-year-old man cut his food into small, chewable pieces during her shift.” Source: Yahoo
Someone posted a photo of her kindness and then the city, Texas Southern University and others recognized her.
What a great story!
YOURS is a great story, too. Good luck to you! Never give up!
Congrats, Evonni “Nini” Williams!