A Thornhill resident has been chosen as one of 34 Loran Scholars out of a pool of more than 5,000 applicants. The 17-year-old University of Toronto student stood out for her accomplishments as a community leader and a tech innovator: She founded and leads a robotics team and the Girls in Tech conference. She teaches code to women and youth, created her school’s foreign language newspaper and established a companionship program at a retirement residence. She was one of six GTA students to receive the prize.
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