Saturday, April 14, 2007
Can't Cut It Campaign
Photos by Mark M. Hancock / © The Beaumont Enterprise
Greg Oribhabor, a senior communications major, (left) has his hair cut by Royal Gilder (center) with Platinum Kutz of Beaumont while Tanganika "DJ TNT" Bryant (right), a senior forensic imagery major, spins discs in the Setzer Center at Lamar University in Beaumont on Wednesday, April 4, 2007.
Royal Gilder with Platinum Kutz of Beaumont cuts the hair of Greg Oribhabor in the Setzer Center. Alpha Phi Alpha, Epsilon chapter, fraternity members vowed not to cut their hair until fellow students performed 150 certified good deeds.
Micah Hamilton (left), a junior heath major, gives grief to his frat brother Clinton R. McNair II (right), a senior marketing major, while he gets his hair cut in the Setzer Center. The "Can't Cut It Campaign" was designed to address underlying issues facing black students on campus.
Brian Iregbu, a senior biology major, (bottom) has his hair cut by Royal Gilder (right, top) with Platinum Kutz of Beaumont while Tanganika "DJ TNT" Bryant (left) spins discs in the Setzer Center at Lamar University.
Please read "Frat forgoes haircuts" by Dee Dixon.