Katie Lannan writes, "Amy Clark is unexceptional. She is a writer, a college professor, and a tutor. She’s volunteered in Tanzania, and she’s started a scholarship foundation. But if it was up to a college admissions board, Clark said, she probably wouldn’t earn a traditional scholarship herself. 'I wasn’t an all-A student in high school,' she said. 'If I’d had to rely exclusively on scholarships, I wouldn’t have made it. I would not have met those merit requirements.'"
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The Boston Dig also did a very nice writeup about The Endowment. It's worth a read!