Student Club Spotlight: Black Student Union

The Black Student Union serves as a community for both on-campus and online students to address issues related to African Diaspora and the media. More than 100 students from across all degree programs meet monthly to network with each other, promote community service opportunities, and promote leadership and diversity. Recent Black Student Union events have included monthly midnight breakfasts, a Cotton Club open mic night to honor Black History Month, and a panel discussion and free concert with hip-hop group Nappy Roots.

The Black Student Union meets every first Thursday of the month at 5:15 p.m in FS3B Room 115. The club is open to everyone, and interested students can get more information on the club’s Facebook page.



2 thoughts on “Student Club Spotlight: Black Student Union

  1. Avatar Shawnna Ramsey says:

    With the Wimba platform going away, how will the meetings be streamed?

    1. Amy Cassell Amy Cassell says:

      Hi Shawnna,
      With Wimba going away, the BSU will be working with the new GoToMeeting platform in the near future, so students will still be able to stream meetings. We’d suggest keeping up with the BSU via their Facebook and website for details about the changes. Thanks!

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