City announces its scholarship recipients: 66 splitting $165,000 for higher education
From City Hall, April 18: The city offers congratulations to the 2014 City of Cambridge Scholarship Awards Recipients. Sixty-six scholarships for $2,500 each were awarded to Cambridge high school seniors and others pursuing higher education. The recipients were honored at a ceremony and reception May 12 at City Hall.
Winners were: Solomon Abrams, Chloe Adler, Sabbir Ahmmed, Qalani Aimes, Sydney Atkins, Ashia Aubourg, Neha Bagga, Vanessa Bellony, Amina Beshir, Elijah Booker, Robert William Bruce, Nestor Canenguez Soto, Tiffany Cheng, Cassandra Chung, Anna Chute, Hubens Cius, Rory Corcoran, Zubair Dar,Amanda Davis, Luc DeMarrais, Yoeal Efrem, Guerda Fevrier, Feben Gebreegziabher, Miriam Gheraissa, Anna Goncharova, Avery Guan, Danielle Heims-Waldron, Gabriel Hollander, Imran Hossin, Nadwa Ibrahim, Saugat KC, Sami Kebede, Rabia Khalid, Joseph Kimmel, Jacob Klibaner, Anna Klug, Zohra Lakri, Chloe Lee-Sarenac, Lydia Lewis, Emilia Logan, Alicia Lu, Maya Ludtke, Kaya Mark, Paolo Martins, Masroque Musa, Samuel Mazer, Metea McEnroe, Cameron McMillian, Fnan Mesmer, Ayida Nazaire, Herol Pires, Jordan Poindexter, Ta Seen Rahman, Noa Randall, Faralove Raphael, David Ricardo, Federico Roitman, Michael Scarlett, Emile Sternbach, Jeremy Sternbach, Lucia Tonachel, Teresa Tracy, Amy Tung, Louisa Winchell, Yaxin Yu and Sun-Ui Yum.
The cambridge gratefully acknowledges the generous contribution of the many generous citizens and businesses of Cambridge who make this opportunity possible.