SU Alum group presents $4,000 check to SUBR to aid in recruiting efforts


A group of Southern University graduates, called the Reunion of Friends, presented Chancellor Dr. James L. Llorens with a check on Monday representing a $4,000 donation.


The group, with members from across the country, raised the money during the recent Homecoming Weekend on the Baton Rouge campus. They have designated that their donation be used for SUBR's recruiting effort.


The Reunion of Friends is also a recruiting force for SUBR, reaching out to high schools across the country to encourage students to attend SU.


Members said Monday that another financial donation is coming soon.


To learn more about the Reunion of Friends, visit their website at



From l-r in the photo are: Nathaniel R. Causley, Jr., Sabrina Breedlove, Vidrine Rapp, Eldred Jackson, Chancellor Dr. James Llorens, Cheryl E. Hall and Special Assistant to the Chancellor Ronyelle Ricard. Causley recently moved to Baton Rouge from Newark, N.J. Breedlove lives in Silver Springs, Md. Rapp lives in Atlanta but is a native of Boothville, La. Jackson lives in Columbia, Md. Hall lives in Baton Rouge. (Photo by John Oubre, Office of Media Relations and Publications)



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