Larino to receive Capital Speakers Club Scholarship

Sophomore Noelle Larino has won the Capital Speaker’s Club Hester B. Provensen and Jean C. Miller Scholarship. Per the call, the scholarship “is awarded annually to eligible female students majoring in Communications, Speech, or the equivalent, in an institution of higher learning in the greater Washington, D.C. area. Applicants must be a rising sophomore, junior, or senior. This is a merit-based scholarship requiring applicants to provide evidence of academic excellence and a commitment to pursue a career in the fields of Communications, Speech, or the equivalent.” Larino is a Communication major and a Public History minor. She is the third Marymount University student to receive this very competitive award. Larino will be honored at the June 6 luncheon, where she will give an acceptance speech.

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