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Q&A: Vincent Su

Vincent Su is vice president of Kappa Pi Beta, MU's first Asian-interest fraternity. He hopes that Kappa Pi Beta can give its members the necessary platform to combat stereotypes associated with both Asian-Americans and Greek organizations.

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