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The winners of the four North End Mothers’ Club Scholarships, awarded annually to ETHS seniors, were announced at the ETHS Senior Awards ceremony on May 11.
Camille Allen is the 64th annual winner of the NEMC Senior Girl’s Honor Award. Camille is a dynamic young woman who wants to get the most out of each moment of her life. An outstanding student, she was also the student representative on the ETHS School Board, a leader in SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism) and on student council. She is a talented vocalist and a gifted writer for the Evanstonian. Camille was voted “most likely to change the world” by her classmates. Camille will attend Barnard College and major in public policy.
STEM scholarships were awarded to Lucy Sattler and Sophie Berne. Sophie has taken advantage of the vast and rigorous curriculum at ETHS. Sophie is known as a young woman who works hard both individually and in a group, takes initiative, assists peers and leads by example. Sophie will pursue her education at the University of Vermont and will major in environmental engineering, focusing on renewable energy. Lucy is a leader and a doer in and outside of the classroom, creating opportunities that might not otherwise be there. She has been a consistent member of academic and extracurricular organizations including being co-founder and co-president of the Women in STEM Club at ETHS. Lucy will attend Vanderbilt University on the fall and major in electrical engineering.
Lydia Melnikov received the Joanne Murphy Trautwein Music Scholarship. Lydia is a dynamic young woman and an exceptionally talented pianist. She has played piano for over 13 years and dedicates over 30 hours a week practicing her craft. She has served as the principal pianist for the ETHS symphony orchestra for all four years of high school and has contributed to numerous shows and theater productions. Lydia was honored as one of the outstanding senior soloists. Lydia will attend Boston University and study piano performance.