Princeton Prize winner doing her part to improve race relations

Monday, Mar 20, 2017
by The Commercial Appeal

As the founder of the Princeton Club of Rochester, one of only 27 in the country, Jocelyn Goldberg-Schaible said at the conclusion of the 11th annual award ceremony Monday night at Allendale Columbia School, "I wanted to give a prize to everybody, because there isn’t a student here who doesn’t deserve this prize. But it’s not about winning, it’s about the chunk of this troubled world that each of you has grappled with and tried to fix." There could only be one winner, and she was 18-year old Shalinda Bollar, a senior at Early College International High School. She won $1,000 and will attend a national symposium on race at Princeton University April 27-29.

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