Widener offers scholarships to siblings of Sandy Hook shooting victims

    Pending acceptance, four siblings of the Sandy Hook, Conn., shooting victims will receive full scholarships to Widener University in Chester County, Pa.

    CBS Philly reports alumnus Dan Borislow offered three scholarships and the university will offer a fourth to those who lost siblings in last week’s shooting.Six adults and 20 children were killed when a gunman opened fire inside an elementary school.

    The scholarships will be available for 20 years until all four have been awarded.

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