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Greedy universities, pay your athletes

Greedy universities, pay your athletes

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter October 25, 2019

California bill stirs up college athletics Last month, the governor of California, Gavin Newsom, signed a bill allowing college student-athletes to be compensated for their name and image. Paying...

In music, students must audition to enter the department. This audition also counts as the students’ scholarship application.

Artistic merit pays for an education

Zachary Araki, Assistant Editor May 7, 2019

Students can find a variety of scholarships based on artistic and academic excellence to offset the costs of pursuing an education in the arts. “The arts, and music in particular, can be a very competitive...

At the Scholars Showcase, high school students accepted their certificates and posed for a photograph with Dr. John Crain, university president. The university invited over 80 high school students and their families to the Scholars Showcase to learn more about the university offering them financial aid for the next year. The third and final showcase of the semester will be held in March.

Offers of financial aid to potential lions

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter March 3, 2019

Offering millions of dollars in financial aid and assistance, the university recognized high school students who were offered scholarships for the next academic year. The Office of Admissions held "Scholars...

The Apartment Guide scholarship offers an opportunity for students to pay for college related expenses. Students can submit an essay on the Apartment Guide website for a chance to win $2500.

Apartment Guide scholarship

Diamond Hollins, Staff Reporter October 16, 2018

Apartment Guide looks to help students trying to balance college expenses and costs of living with a $2,500 scholarship. Possible recipients must write a 500-600 word essay with one question in mind,...

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