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  • Son starts college early, mom finishes degree she stopped when her fiance was killed.

    Aura Davis was awarded an ANSWER Scholarship to go to UNC-Charlotte to pursue a psychology degree. Davis has returned to college while her 16-year-old son, Al'mahn Wilson, a high school junior, is taking courses there for college credit.

Son starts college early, mom finishes degree she stopped when her fiance was killed.

Aura Davis was awarded an ANSWER Scholarship to go to UNC-Charlotte to pursue a psychology degree. Davis has returned to college while her 16-year-old son, Al'mahn Wilson, a high school junior, is taking courses there for college credit.
John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com