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B.C. student Anthony Hope wins Loran Scholarship

While a lot of students are wondering how they will pay for university, Anthony Hope isn't one of them.

Anthony Hope, 18, has been named the 2015 Loran Scholar

B.C. student Anthony Hope wins Loran Scholarship 4:51

While a lot of students are wondering how they will pay for university, Anthony Hope isn't one of them.  

The 18 year-old has been named a 2015 Loran Scholar, which comes with a $100,000 prize and goes to students who do more then just get straight A's.

Citizen Shane introduces us to the Grade 12 student at Johnston Heights Secondary. 


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