Sophia Scalise 2014 Legacy Awards Recipient University of Arkansas—Biological Engineering Major Sponsored by Fayetteville-Springdale, Ark., Lodge No. 1987 Elks scholars are known for their hard work and dedication to excellence. Sophia Scalise is no exception. In high school, Sophia was involved in numerous activities, including playing varsity tennis, participating in school musicals, working as a lifeguard, and volunteering at her church and the local animal shelter. Besides her commitment to her extracurricular involvement and community service, Sophia also achieved academically, taking AP classes, becoming a member of the National Honor Society, and graduating first in her class. Now in college, Sophia studies hard for her biology courses and has also found time to become involved on campus. Her new involvements include club tennis, joining Phi Mu, and Residents Interhall Congress Judiciary, a branch of the university’s student government. While her eyes are set on
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