The Alden will host its annual scholarship competition to encourage local students’ artistic development and the study of the arts in higher education.
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The digital platform recently launched its sixth annual video competition, and is always looking to expand its reach.
From Alpha Delta Pi to Zeta Tau Alpha, there are plenty of sororities with local chapters in Northern Virginia.
For college-bound high school students, the choice can be overwhelming.
In its second year, the project provides up to $5,000 for alumni of the College of Visual and Performing Arts looking to create original works.
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