Breaking Bread initiative awarded Perkins Prize

Interim President Hunter Rawlings presented the $5,000 prize to Renee Alexander ’74, associate dean of students, who typically leads discussion groups at the Breaking Bread events.
 Last year’s Black Students United co-chairs, front row, Amber Aspinall, ’17 (left) and Samari Gilbert ’17 (right), pose with the group’s advisor, Renee Alexander, front row middle, and, in the back row, Tom Jones and Ryan Lombardi. Black Students United received honorable mention at the Perkins Prize celebration.
Ryan Lombard, vice president for student and campus life.
Baraka Kwa Winbo Gospel Ensemble closes with the Cornell Alma Mater