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Cosby Offers Scholarship to Teachers College in Memory of Son

At a commencement speech given at Franklin & Marshall college in Pennsylvania, Bill Cosby surprised the college by offering a $100,000 scholarship for any student who goes on to study at Teachers College.

At a commencement speech given at Franklin & Marshall college in Pennsylvania, Bill Cosby surprised the college by offering a $100,000 scholarship for any student who goes on to study at Teachers College.

Cosby's son Ennis, who was killed in 1997, was a graduate of Teachers College.

The article, entitled "Cosby Slips College a Little Something" appeared in the May 17th edition of The Montreal Gazette .

Published Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2001

Cosby Offers Scholarship to Teachers College in Memory of Son

At a commencement speech given at Franklin & Marshall college in Pennsylvania, Bill Cosby surprised the college by offering a $100,000 scholarship for any student who goes on to study at Teachers College.

Cosby's son Ennis, who was killed in 1997, was a graduate of Teachers College.

The article, entitled "Cosby Slips College a Little Something" appeared in the May 17th edition of The Montreal Gazette .

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