The Kappas at Cleveland State University just made history by crossing their chapter’s oldest undergrad member.
At the age of 51, Arrif Shahid is one of the oldest undergrad initiates into Kappa Alpha Psi and right behind Jerry Archibald II who crossed the Beta Beta Chapter on February 12th, 1993 at the age of 56-years old.
Shahid is the Rokk of his line from and his line name is 401-K.
Check out this video of the Alpha Omega chapter neophyte presentation and pay attention to how Shahid introduced himself to the crowd.
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