Student aims to bolster homeland security

A University of Cincinnati student is on her way to becoming part of the next generation of scholars who'll protect the United States from terrorist attacks.

Kristin Lack, a 21-year-old senior and Colerain High School graduate, was one of only two Ohioans - and 101 students nationally - to receive an award from the new Homeland Security Scholars and Fellows Program.

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