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February 7, 2018

Student Spotlight - February 2018 - Sabit Nasir

Written by Josiah Mihok

Sabit Nasir is a brother of the Kappa Omicron Chapter at the University of Connecticut.

Sabit is the current philanthropy chair for the recently chartered Kappa Omicron Chapter at the University of Connecticut.

He led the chapter's impressive volunteer and fundraising efforts last semester and was a main proponent in the chapter for brotherhood activities. These efforts helped them charter and eventually receive a Founder's Cup and Champion Master Chapter award.4

He is currently raising funds for The Ability Experience to travel this spring with the inaugural Ability Camp Guatemala team. Sabit is also simultaneously leading his chapter's spring fundraising and volunteer efforts. He's a real go-getter and world changer!

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Last modified on February 7, 2018

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