Aurora Anaya-Cerda, 34, has had a passion for books since she was a little girl growing up in East Los Angeles. This Friday, her dream of the past six years is coming true. She will be opening her very own book store made of brick and mortar, with a bright blue awning,
“My passion comes from always being encouraged to read as a child, and the satisfaction I got from reading, and all the things I was able to imagine,” says Anaya-Cerda.
Justin Combs worked hard in high school to improve his football game and earn a 3.75 GPA . He recently received a $54,000 merit-based scholarship to UCLA, where he’ll play football.
In April, Forbes named Justin Combs’ dad, Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, the wealthiest artist in hip-hop. Some say the family should return Justin’s scholarship, arguing that Combs should pay for his son’s education and taxpayer money should go to students with greater financial need. Other say Justin Combs earned the scholarship through his grades and athletic ability, and deserves to keep it.
What do you think? Should the Combs family keep, return or donate the money? Should students with wealthy parents have access to merit-based scholarships and financial aid? via @CNN_Blogs
Being an athlete is more than just playing a game. As an athlete there are several questions that come into play, your life essentially is on the line. How long is an athlete expected to play, what happens when you are no longer playing the game? How prepared are you for life after? When you have worked hard for a dream what happens when the dream ends.. This is a great story about an athlete who has been through the transitions and what that experience has been like..