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Photo Brief: Kappa Alpha Psi Production

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Sophomore Jonathan Handford (front), Junior Samuel Shunk (middle) and Senior Anthony Dorsey (back) participate in the 100th year anniversary of Kappa Alpha Psi’s “It’s Not A Probate, It’s A Production” event on Friday night, April 8.  Jonathan and Samuel are official members because of their completion of the Membership Orientation and Intake Program (MOIP) exam, which is the national entrance exam for Kappa Alpha Psi. Anthony is from the Georgia chapers of Kappa League, a high school mentoring program. The Iota Chi chapter was charter on December 1, 1979 and now has 108 members. “Getting ready for a production like that takes a good three to four weeks to get all the things together,” said Kareem-Nelson Hull, the co-advisor and fall 2006 initiate of Kappa Alpha Psi.

April 12, 2011

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