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Robinson named February Student of the Month
Friday, February 26, 2016

Robinson named February Student of the Month

Director of Residence Life Kathy Forster with (from left) Student of the Month Eann Robinson and Vice President for Student Affairs David Herman.

Eann Robinson of Niagara Falls has been named Student of the Month for February by the Office of Residence Life. Robinson was nominated for this award by Transfer Advisor and Academic Advising Counselor Maegan Bishoff for his campus involvement and community service contributions.

Bishoff spoke of Robinson’s dedication to the student body, the Fredonia campus and community. “It is clear that Mr. Robinson’s passion and heart lies in helping students and the community and are great examples of what a Fredonian should be. He is one of my go to students and is a reliable, fun, and creative asset to this campus.”

Robinson is very involved on campus. He is the special liaison in Brother 2 Brother, the vice president of the Transfer Student Organization, the public relations chair of Black Student Union, a new transfer mentor, contributes to a radio show and is a student ambassador. He has participated in many community service events including Fall Sweep, Hanging of the Greens, Transfer Tailgate and Safe Halloween.

In regard to his future, Robinson wishes to start his own record label, and also wants to start a foundation to find a cure for lupus. Graduating this year, he plans to get the artist that he manages, Dmari, to the next level. In addition, Robinson would like to start a scholarship for students at his high school in Niagara Falls.

The Student of the Month program was implemented in 2003 to recognize students who are well-rounded, excel in their academics and contribute positively to the campus and community. Those who are interested in nominating a student should visit www.fredonia.edu/reslife/studentMonthNominate.asp.


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