Alcorn alumnus gives back to the university

May 2011
Jackson Advocate;5/12/2011, Vol. 73 Issue 30, p10A
The article reports on Malvin Williams, an alumnus of Alcorn State University who continue to support the university through scholarship funds, athletics and the 18th presidential inauguration as his way of giving back to his alma mater.


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