Cumer was a graduate student in the Masters in Cancer Care program at Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania. He was in Dayton for the last week of his internship with the Maple Tree Cancer Alliance, which has raised money to start a scholarship fund for its interns in honor of Cumer. … [Read more...] about Maple Tree Cancer Alliance Awards Scholarship In Honor Of Washington High Grad Killed In Dayton Shooting
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The winner of the $5,000 grand prize was Justice Passé, representing Abraham Lincoln High School. Passé plans to attend Albright College in the fall and study accounting and finance with a minor in entrepreneurship. "TruMark Financial's generous scholarship opportunity alleviated the daunting thought of student loan debt. I can now focus more on my academics than the worries of trying to finance college and ultimately focus on helping my community. This scholarship created the foundation to a road of financial freedom," said Passé. … [Read more...] about This is virtual Financial Jeopardy!
RELATED: Campus reentry update: Robbins and Carmona share details on new classroom modalities Burnett, who is originally from the Dominican Republic, joined Destino her freshman year and has been an active member since. Destino met on Monday nights around six and participated in two conferences each year with members from other universities, according to Burnett. Now, to stay safe during the pandemic, they meet digitally using Zoom. … [Read more...] about Students celebrate race, ethnicity and religion through on-campus organizations
"Other places in the U.S. are doing this – for example, the University and State of Nebraska – some national governments around the world are starting to do it, and now America needs to do it, big time," he said, referring to a recent FDA approval specifically for mass group testing of COVID-19. "We can thank all of the mathematicians who did this work years ago because they thought it was going to be needed someday. They showed it can be done and now that it's needed, it's up to us to do the math." … [Read more...] about Smarter Mass Testing of COVID-19 can Help U.S. Economy Resume
“Over and over and over, we grieve as a nation for the victims of mass shootings, praying for the souls of those who have died and for the long recovery of those with wounded bodies and broken hearts. Our prayers must also lead us to actions that will address the complex causes of these crimes. Among those steps are limiting civilian access to high capacity weapons and magazines, addressing online sites that encourage violence, improving access to mental health care for those who may be prone to violence and working to overcome the racisms that contributes to some of these crimes. The victims of these shootings will be in my prayers – as will those who hold the power to help prevent these massacres.” … [Read more...] about Local Leaders, Organizations Comment On Mass Shootings In Ohio And Texas