Mount Union College Inducts Members of Wayne Manzilla Club
April 27, 2004
Mount Union College recently inducted eighteen students into the Wayne Manzilla Club.
Wayne Manzilla was the first African-American graduate of Mount Union College. He graduated in 1888. The Wayne Manzilla Club recognizes active members of the Black Student Union for academic excellence.
The students inducted include Christopher Blakely, a junior from Columbus; Jessica Clapper, a sophomore from Canton; Alice Crawford, a graduate of the College from Canfield; Iman Grant, a sophomore from Canton; Caroline Imboua-Niava, a sophomore from Abidjan; Anthony Jones, a sophomore from Youngstown; Percy McGhee, Jr., a junior from Bellaire, Since'Ray Myers, a senior from Alliance; John Nelson, a freshman from Akron; Micaela Pegues, a freshman from Youngstown; Ronald Reed, Jr., a senior from Cleveland; Clay Sanders, a junior from Youngstown; James Santiago, a freshman from Geneva; Algie Thompkins, III, a senior from Youngstown; Kristin Ward, a senior from Lima; Victoria Watts, a sophomore from Canton; Jamese Willis, a senior from Steubenville and Sarah Yost, a senior from Canton.