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Wesleyan’s American Scholar Voting Ends Jan. 17

January 10, 2008
Inter-Mountain
Online voting for the Magic 106.5 FM West Virginia Wesleyan American Scholar contest will conclude on Jan. 17. The 2008 winner will be announced on Wesleyan’s campus Jan. 25. The winner will receive a four-year tuition and fees scholarship, valued at $90,000, to attend Wesleyan. The first-runner-up will receive $5,000 and $2,500 will be awarded to the second runner-up. Those awards will be combined with other Wesleyan scholarship programs.

The 2007 Magic 106.5 American Scholar finalists are Jason Huffman and David Cutright from Buckhannon-Upshur High School; Kayla Bartlett from Philip Barbour; Jennifer Collins from Ritchie County; Lindsay Dawson from Bridgeport; Tiera Floyd from Braxton County; Danielle Kelly from Elkins; Samantha Kovar from Liberty; Jacob Rumer from Morgantown; Jacob Steele from Philip Barbour; Rebecca Stewart from Lewis County; and Natasha Turner from Elkins.

The scholarship competition is sponsored by Colombo & Stuhr, attorneys at law; BioLife Plasma Services; MVB Bank; the West Virginia Radio Corp., and Wesleyan.

Voters can participate in the selection process at www.wvmagic.com/home.php

The American Scholar program is one of many scholarship opportunities available at Wesleyan. The college provides academic awards that range from $9,000 to $14,000 per year as well as athletic, community service, performing arts, and visual arts scholarships. For more information about Wesleyan’s scholarship programs, call the Office of Admission at 1-800-722-9933.

 
 
 

 

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