Hattiesburg student wins $25K Taco Bell scholarship

Hattiesburg student wins $25K Taco Bell scholarship
A student from Hattiesburg received a $25,000 Live Más Scholarship from the Taco Bell Foundation. (Photo source: Edelman)
A student from Hattiesburg received a $25,000 Live Más Scholarship from the Taco Bell Foundation. (Photo source: Edelman)

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - A student from Hattiesburg received a $25,000 Live Más Scholarship from the Taco Bell Foundation.

Noah Harris was one of 300 young people across the country who won a scholarship, with 8,000 students applying, and only one of 16 to receive the largest scholarship.

Harris will use the scholarship to study political science at Harvard University. He plans to become a lawyer and a public official to give people a voice through politics.

The Taco Bell Foundation awarded $3 million in scholarships this year. The scholarship is designed to help youth and employees pursue their unique passions.