The magazine holds an annual contest to find female college students who are making a difference in the world. Dunne, 21, was recognized for her work with Native Americans, particularly children who live on a large South Dakota reservation.
She won the magazine’s grand prize of $20,000; the other 9 honorees were awarded $3,000 each. She and the others will be featured in the magazine’s May issue.
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