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Black Student Union (BSU)

The mission of Black Student Union focuses on promoting unity throughout the African American community as well as spreading unity among students of other cultures at Manchester. BSU is involved in numerous activities including putting together school dances, theatrical productions, various presentations and activities during Black History Month, as well as meetings and social gatherings at the Intercultural Center. As stated in our mission statement, BSU is an active student group which sponsors cultural and social events, provides leadership opportunities, and encourages networking among African American students, faculty and staff. BSU has participated in gospel festivals, trips to various museums, Black History Month convocation and a variety of other social and outreach activities. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to the weekly meetings and to participate in the development of the organization. For more information, contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs (x5005).

For more information contact:

Advisor: Michael Dixon at mgdixon@manchester.edu OR
Student President: Ronkeshia Howard at rdhoward@spartans.manchester.edu

For more information, visit the B.S.U web page click here.













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