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Las Vegas freshman's art could be seen on Google's search engine

Posted at 12:04 PM, Feb 23, 2017
A Las Vegas high school student could get the chance to design the face of the Google search engine for a day.
The contest is called Doodle 4 Google. On Thursday, Google representatives announced Angela Zhang would be advancing to the next round of the competition. She is a freshman at West Career and Technical Academy. She is the only one chosen from Nevada.
To make it this far, Zhang submitted a piece of art titled "Our Leafy Green Neighbors."
The winner will be chosen in March. The selected artwork will appear on the search engine's website for a day. The winner will receive scholarship money and their school will get money as well.
You can vote for the winner online.