First Black Student Body President Elected at Yale

Maria Perez
Jun 6, 2019 - 5:00
First Black Student Body President Elected at Yale

A student from Yale University has made history after his classmates elected him to be the first Black student body president.Kahlil Greene, who is a junior at the Ivy League school, was elected president of the Yale College Council (YCC) by his classmates in April, FOX 5 DC reported. Greene, an economics major, said that he had been involved with the college council for a year and decided to run. “I wanted to kind of amplify the voices of the underserved...

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