College students awarded David Kranz-Argus Leader Journalism Scholarship


College students awarded David Kranz-Argus Leader Journalism Scholarship
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    Shanya Burt of Parker and Chloe VanGerpen of Avon will receive $2,000…
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Two South Dakota college students have been awarded the David Kranz-Argus Leader Journalism Scholarship.

Shanya Burt of Parker and Chloe VanGerpen of Avon will receive $2,000 scholarships.

Burt is a broadcast journalism major who is currently attending South Dakota State University and serving as a summer intern at Argus Leader Media. She plans to attend law school after graduating.

VanGerpen is a journalism and communication studies major at Augustana University and hopes to work as a feature writer after graduation.

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