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Anthony focused on three tweets from Pope Francis, about God's constant presence in our lives, God's love for us, and spreading goodness in the world. You can read Anthony's essay by clicking here.
Anthony is a member of the National Honor Society at Loyola, and played varsity basketball for four years. He will attend Wayne State University in the fall, where he plans to be a biomedical engineering major. He joins a distinguished group of former award winners from Loyola: Okwuolisa Umeokolo, James Davis, Rafael Clay, Dontea Haliburton, Najee A've, Michael Travis, Demetrius Heard, and JoVaughn Townsend.