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The Kenyon College Board of Trustees approved a fully funded program that fall and in increased funding so the program could serve 24 scholars. With the support network she had built at Kenyon, Boswell gradually refined her interests — in her first year she chose psychology , sophomore year she focused on neuroscience and junior year she decided to study those themes in public health.

KEEP scholars represent a broad range of curricular and co-curricular interests and also possess strong academic and social leadership potential. The summer bridge program is intentionally scheduled to make the students feel the busy pace of college life, including weekend trips to such places as the Underground Railroad Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Remarkable movement toward equality for LGBT people tends to be obscured by day-to-day struggles over hot-button issues. Two-thirds of these benchmarks show significant advances, including sharp increases in the number of LGBT Americans protected by nondiscrimination and relationship recognition laws at the state level. Less than one-quarter of the indicators are negative, and four metrics show little change, either positive or negative.

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