"I'm definitely proud of him," Joyner Jr. said. "I'm proud of him as a man to go back and fulfill a degree. A lot of people his age have a family, have a career and really don't have the time or finance to go back to school. The fact that he took the opportunity to find financing and time to go back to school while maintaining a social life and a family is very astounding. That's hard to do."
Congratulations to the Joyner family, and we wish the luck on their respective career paths.
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Lane Gunderman, 18, has come a long way. He was one of the finalists in one of the nation's most renowned science competitions (winning him $8,500) AND he received a full ride to Stanford University!
It's hard to believe that only six years ago, Lane and his family were living in homeless shelters. Now Lane is on the up and up :)
His former physics teacher, David Derbes, speaks highly of him stating, "He wants to know stuff, master stuff. And he has an actual ability at it."
And that's what's good,