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Education / College Scholarships #793330

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 28, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The rise in college costs noted.

(New York: Anne Thompson) Unusual college scholarships featured; details given of scholarships for “Star Trek” fans from the Klingon Language Institute, for average but creative students from talk show host David Letterman, and for making clothes from duct tape. [High school student Megan SCHIER††- comments on her scholarship from the American Sheep Industry for making an outfit with wool.] [Finaid.org Mark KANTROWITZ††- comments on the free ride offer to Chicago’s Loyola University if your last name is “Zolp.”] [FTC attorney Greg ASHE†- comments on scholarship scams.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Thompson, Anne
Duration:
00:02:10

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