November 2017 Connections

Scholars got together on campus at Brown, UPenn, Cornell, and the University of Southern California, and alumni met up in New York, Los Angeles, and Atlanta.

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November 2017 Accolades

Four Scholars were named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List and Camille Borders was named a Rhodes Scholar.

2018 Coca-Cola Scholar Semifinalists

These 1,936 students were selected from over 90,000 applicants to continue through our selection process with the opportunity of becoming a Coke Scholar.

Adriana Nazarko: Committed to the Common Good

Whether she’s building an app to register viral and bacterial genetic codes, empowering youth through FLASTEM, or getting hospital patients to the ER, it’s all about helping others.

October 2017 Accolades

Nisha Desai (2004) applied for the Atlantic Council Millennium Fellowship, and Maddie Dill (2014) was named Homecoming Queen at the University of Georgia.

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Bridget Galaty: Raising Awareness with Her Lens

From arts education to transgender rights, Bridget enlightens viewers with her documentaries.

Lorenzo Daniel: Racing to Make a Difference

An athletic and academic star, LJ took it a step further. He started In the Game, a tutoring organization to help keep his fellow athletes eligible to participate.

Adriana Nazarko: Committed to the Common Good

Whether she’s building an app to register viral and bacterial genetic codes, empowering youth through FLASTEM, or getting hospital patients to the ER, it’s all about helping others.

Coca-Cola Scholar Cara Mund Crowned Miss America

Mund explains, “What it is to be a Coke Scholar is very similar to the characteristics of a Miss America contestant.”