Philadelphia Grandmother is Cheyney University's Valedictorian

Nicole Rojas
May 15, 2019 - 5:00

Rhonda Davis’ road to a college degree is both inspirational and a testament to the power of self-improvement. The 60-year-old grandmother attended Cheyney University of Pennsylvania on a full scholarship for three years and graduated at the top of her class. On May 11, Davis graduated as the Class of 2019 valedictorian with dual degrees in fine arts and graphic design for Cheyney University’s 164th graduation, The Philadelphia Tribune reported. The Philadelphia native first fell...

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