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Name: Sam King
Expected graduating year: 2014
Extra-Curricular Activities: SAE, AKPsi, Lafayette Elementary Tutor
Hometown: Pasadena, CA
Major: Political Economy
Life Goals: Work in DC or abroad after graduation and eventually attend law school and practice in CA, DC or TX

 

What are your reactions to the scholarship? 

I believe this award is an effective way to recognize students in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon and football communities and remember Sule in the time after his passing.  I'm glad I can be a part of his legacy and help ensure he is not forgotten.  

 

What does winning the scholarship means to you?  

I am honored to have been chosen to receive this award.  Although I never knew Sule, I have heard of his exuberant personality and impressive character and know that many of my fraternity brothers hold him dear to their hearts.

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Name: Carlos S. Wilson II
Expected graduating year: Fall 2015
Extra-curricular activities: Tulane University Football
Hometown: Grambling, LA
Major: Finance
Minor(s): French, Legal Studies
Life goals: To attain my Masters in Accounting from Tulane University and then my Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license. Afterwards, I aim to go to law school and pursue my goal/job as a Tax Attorney and work for the FBI. I also want to stay involved with athletics, whether collegiate, high school, or a youth league. But most importantly, after I have become successful and accomplished my goals, I want to give back and be a blessing to others, whether it is community service, donating money, etc., I want to help others.

 

What are your reactions to the scholarship?

This scholarship surpasses any compliment words can describe. This scholarship is not merely a blessing, but an honor as well. This scholarship is one of the most prestigious and meaningful honors I have won in my life and I look forward to upholding the values and personalities that Sulé represented. I think of this scholarship as an extension of Sulé’s presence, which Sam and I have been given the opportunity to represent.

 

What does winning the scholarship mean to you?

Winning this scholarship is such a blessing and an honor because it means so much more than just being recognized. This scholarship, in the memory of our late Sulé, means that someone felt that I was special enough, important enough, impactful and honorable enough to represent and further Sulé’s name and reputation. This scholarship and its reverence mean nothing short of the world to me as I not only aim to further Sulé’s value and rejoice his life that was, but also as I will strive to make sure Sulé is forever remembered.

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