UCF Makes Crowns Haitian-American Homecoming King AND Queen

UCF Crowns Haitian-American Homecoming King and Queen

UCF Crowns First Haitian-American Homecoming King AND Queen In History of University

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UCF Crowns Haitian-American Homecoming King and Queen
UCF crowned a Haitian-American homecoming king and queen! According to the university, this is the first time that Haitian-Americans have occupied the two crowns simultaneously. This is also the first time the respective crowns have gone to two black students, so yeah, UCF homecoming crowing history has been made. The honored queen? Political science major Sabrina Jerome! The honored king? Alpha Kappa Psi member Kevin Louidor. Both are active members of Club Kreyol, UCF’s Haitian-American student club. Jerome is a member of the Phi Alpha Kappa sorority and a member of the Leader’s Scholar’s Academy, in addition to being on board of the University of Central Florida’s Student Government Association.

UCF crowns Haitian American homecoming king and queen

Orlando—and Central Florida in general—has a huge Haitian-American population. A great number of Haitian-Americans attend UCF and its Club Kreyol club has the reputation of being one of the most stellar cultural clubs in the nation.

So proud of these two! Louidor is a Health Services Administration major and is set to graduate in 2018.

UCF Crowns Haitian-American Homecoming King and Queen

Here is the homecoming queen sporting a cultural statement!

 UCF crowns Haitian Americans homecoming making history

And here are the homecoming monarchs celebrating their historic moment of glory.

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