Shortridge defeats Crispus Attucks 37-8.
Broad Ripple defeats Shortridge 79-31.
Monrovia defeats Shortridge 73-0.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Hundreds of high school students and their families came to Shortridge Magnet High School on Saturday for a chance to further their education.
The 100 Black Men of Indianapolis and Indiana Black Expo hosted the 12th Annual Joint College and Scholarship Fair to assist students in meeting and learning about 80 different universities, colleges and other higher education institutions from across the country.
The Saturday event was different from most college fairs because, along with meeting with admissions and financial aid representatives, students have the opportunity to be admitted or even gain a scholarship on-the-spot.
Local students of all ages attended the fair, especially those who are African American and Latino.
Colleges who sent representatives included Indiana University, Morehouse College, Fisk University, Purdue University, Xavier University and Dillard University.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – “Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!”
To celebrate what would have been his 111th birthday, Dr. Seuss fans near and far took to social media on Monday, some posting pictures holding his books, others tweeting out some of his most memorable quotes. “Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss” was trending nationally on Twitter by mid-morning Monday.Story continues below tweets:
I tip my hat to the one that inspired the love of reading. Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! http://t.co/d8v7f92t5F— teri (@beadathomemom) March 2, 2015
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Can you guess who likes each Dr. Seuss book in K3? pic.twitter.com/Kj5BfGw1eV— Chesterbrook Academy (@CBAOaks) March 2, 2015
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss. Myself along with a few of my officers were VIP readers at P.S. 186 today. pic.twitter.com/r7RrlkExui— NYPD 62nd Precinct (@NYPD62Pct) March 2, 2015
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!— Alex Laing (@alexalaing) March 2, 2015
In Indianapolis, the Shortridge Magnet High School for Law and Public Policy cheerleaders read their favorite Dr. Seuss selections to elementary students in honor of the author’s birthday.
As a magazine cartoonist, Theodor Seuss Geisel began signing his work under the mock-scholarly title of “Dr. Theophrastus Seuss” in 1927. He shortened that to “Dr. Seuss” in 1928.
A new Dr. Seuss book called “What Pet Should I Get?” is set for release in July. You can pre-order it here.
Heritage Christian defeats Shortridge 80-47.