Felix Lowentz, 17, a senior at Miami Central Senior High School is all smiles as he receives admissions information from Penn State during a college fair presented by the 100 Black Men of South Florida, Miami-Dade schools and a number of other businesses and groups. Universities from across the country were on-hand, some offering on-the-spot admissions to their schools.
Felix Lowentz, 17, a senior at Miami Central Senior High School is all smiles as he receives admissions information from Penn State during a college fair presented by the 100 Black Men of South Florida, Miami-Dade schools and a number of other businesses and groups. Universities from across the country were on-hand, some offering on-the-spot admissions to their schools. Emily Michot The Miami Herald
Felix Lowentz, 17, a senior at Miami Central Senior High School is all smiles as he receives admissions information from Penn State during a college fair presented by the 100 Black Men of South Florida, Miami-Dade schools and a number of other businesses and groups. Universities from across the country were on-hand, some offering on-the-spot admissions to their schools. Emily Michot The Miami Herald

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