UAM fraternity tops state in GPA

Best and brightest — Members of the UAM chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha are (seated) Garren Rockwell, (standing, from left) DeMario Moss, Terrance Nichols, Erick Mills, Colby Boyce and Theodus Luckett.
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   The Pi Psi chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity at the University of Arkansas at Monticello recently earned the distinction of having the highest grade point average among all Alpha Phi Alpha chapters in Arkansas. 

   The UAM chapter was recognized at a statewide conference of Alpha Phi Alpha chapters Feb. 12-13 at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. The UAM Alpha Phi Alpha chapter had an overall grade point of 2.95, beating chapters from the University of Central Arkansas, Arkansas State, UA-Fayetteville, Southern Arkansas University, UA-Little Rock, Philander Smith and UA-Pine Bluff. 

   The UAM chapter also won the state Step Show competition and placed second at similar competitions at the University of Memphis and Delta State. The UAM chapter will participate in the regional Step Show competition at UALR in April, then move on to the competition at the Alpha Phi Alpha national conference in Houston later in the spring

    Members of the fraternity are Garren Rockwell, a senior from Texarkana, Texas; DeMario Moss and Terrance Nichols, seniors from Jacksonville; Erick Mills, a sophomore from Jacksonville; Colby Boyce, a junior from Atlanta, Texas; Theodus Luckett, a senior from Pine Bluff; Arlando Wilson, a junior from Lake Village; and Kyron Green, a senior from Camden. Mario Miller acts as the group’s adviser.

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