Three Mohave Community College students have obtained a partial scholarship for placing in MCC's November "Success by Design" live-art competition. Olin Fritz, 17, of Mohave Valley was the first place winner, taking home a scholarship equivalent to one year of tuition to MCC's new visual communications program. Pictured is Joshua Cook, 18, of Kingman, who placed second and will receive a $500 scholarship. Savannah Stoney, 17, also of Mohave Valley, finished third and will receive a $400 scholarship. The live-art scholarship competition takes place twice a year. It is open to the public for those who would like a chance to compete for a scholarship in the visual communications program.