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***Richardson said his interview will be in Birmingham in three weeks, the weekend of the Alabama A&M game. He said he may have to miss the game but said he'll do everything in his power to make it back in time to play.
***Richardson said he's looked up to Myron Rolle in high school and college.
***Richardson said his parents instilled in him the mondset of working hard. He said he has to be committed to his studies and time management to keep his GPA up. He has a 3.94 in animal sciences (pre-Vet).
***Richardson said he plans to be "over prepared" for his interview on current topics and his plans for future study.
***Richardson said he would like to pursue Master's degrees in biodiversity, and environment and climate change if he wins the Rhodes scholarship. He eventually wants to be a large animal vet.
H: Having A: Anger T: Towards E: Everyone R: Reaching S: Success
Congratulations Ashton! So happy for this young man!
i wonder if this makes the local news and TV like JPW did when he was a finalist? Nah, only Bammers are smart enough to be noticed.
That was McElroy, not JPW. In any case, this should make lots of news. Way to go, Ashton. You make us AU grads proud! It's nice to have a ray of light in this dark season.
Ditto! So proud of you, Ashton, and we hope to hear you are chosen for this prestigious award in a few weeks.
Auburn '99, Beta Zeta of Theta Xi
A great story line. Congrats to the young man for his dedication and work effort.
Alabama delenda est.
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