Central State Iotas wins ‘Chapter of the Year’ award

Central State Iotas wins ‘Chapter of the Year’ award

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Who said Black Greek Lettered Organizations do not promote brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership and scholarship to students on the yard?

Members of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. Alpha Mu Chapter continues to prove this thought wrong by serving their respected HBCU community at Central State University.

These brothers of Iota recently won the prestigious Ohio Valley Region ‘Chapter of the Year’ award during the Spring Regional in Cleveland, Ohio. Rashad Riley, the chapter’s president, also won the ‘Undergraduate Brother of the Year’ award.

With a long list of individual and chapter accomplishments over the course of last year, Alpha Mu Chapter of Iota Phi Theta is committed to their fraternity’s motto “Building A Tradition, Not Resting Upon One.”

About Iota Phi Theta:

Founded September 19, 1963 on the steps of Hurt Gymnasium at Morgan State College, now known as Morgan State University, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. is the fifth-largest, and fastest growing predominantly black fraternal organization in the United States

About Central State University:

Founded in 1887, Central State University academically prepares students with diverse backgrounds and educational needs for leadership and service in an increasingly complex and rapidly changing world.

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Tommy G. Meade Jr. is the Editor-in-Chief of HBCU Buzz. Tommy works in close liaison with student newspapers of HBCUs and helps develop a team of student journalists attending Black colleges. He also helps build a large audience of mostly millennials on social media and organize expansion of Staff. Prior to being named EIC in August 2012, he was a Staff Writer at the Buzz and covered beats like sports, Greek life and politics. Tommy brings his individually unique voice to the country's 107 HBCUs engaging with campus leaders to help reinforce the mission of unifying the student body of the HBCU community. Tommy is a proud member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.