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    Fraternity hosts youth leadership summit in wake of Ferguson Fraternity hosts youth leadership summit in wake of Ferguson

    Fraternity hosts youth leadership summit in wake of Ferguson

Fraternity hosts youth leadership summit in wake of Ferguson

Posted 6:02 pm, February 25, 2015, by Anthony Kiekow, Updated at 03:59pm, February 25, 2015 ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Black males filled the Omega Center in St. Louis Wednesday.   It was all the result of a youth leadership summit hosted by the men of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.   More than 300 middle and high school students from across St. Louis and St. Louis County were present.   The events in Ferguson pushed the fraternity to organize the summit. The goal is to teach the young males crucial lessons and remind them that they are not alone.   “How to interact with law enforcement and we are attempting this year to send a clear message that they have a support system,” Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. John Bowman said.   …..Read More and Watch the Video

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    Bro. Kavon Williams of the Theta Mu Nu (NM) is recognized as Rugby Player of the year Bro. Kavon Williams of the Theta Mu Nu (NM) is recognized as Rugby Player of the year

    Bro. Kavon Williams of the Theta Mu Nu (NM) is recognized as Rugby Player of the year

Bro. Kavon Williams of the Theta Mu Nu (NM) is recognized as Rugby Player of the year

2014 Rugby Today Awards – College 7s POY By Pat Clifton | 01.07.15 Our College 7s Player of the Year might be someone you’ve not heard of this time around. It’s not the leading scorer from the Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship, it’s not a standout from the inaugural ACRC 7s championship, and there was no 2014 USA Rugby College 7s National Championship to pluck an MVP from. Instead, our guy comes from the NSCRO ranks. Kevon Williams was one of the talks of the 2014 CRC, even though he wasn’t playing in the main event. His New Mexico Highlands team was in the NSCRO National Championship tournament being held at PPL Park in conjunction with the CRC, and he led the Vatos to the championship game, where they fell to New England College…..Read More

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  • BryonBell
    Panthers left tackle Byron Bell is getting more attention Panthers left tackle Byron Bell is getting more attention

    Panthers left tackle Byron Bell is getting more attention

Panthers left tackle Byron Bell is getting more attention

By Joseph Person jperson@charlotteobserver.com October 18, 2014 Quiet. Tender-hearted. Caring. These are not words generally associated with an offensive tackle in the NFL. But they are among the words teammates and coaches use to describe Byron Bell, who is in his fourth season with the Carolina Panthers yet remains one of their least-known player. People are paying more attention to Bell this year after he moved from right tackle to replace the retired Jordan Gross at left tackle, where he protects quarterback Cam Newton’s blind side………. …..Read More Bro. Bell was initiated through Nu Rho Chapter and frequently attends district meetings and other functions.

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