About.com ranked him #9 on their list of the Top 50 MCs of Our Time, The Source says he is #12 on their list of the Top 50 Hip-Hop Lyricists of All Time. Chuck D, leader of the rap group Public Enemy comes to TCNJ on the 25th as a keynote speaker. Admission is free so get your tickets today at the Box office in the Stud!
You are cordially invited to the closing ceremony for Black History Month, The 2014 Sankofa Ball! We will be remembering Mr. Alston, honoring the civil rights movement for equality, and celebrating Black History. Formal attire, come out for a memorable, inspiring excellent evening.
FEB 11th - This conversation focused on the intellectual growth and leadership of Black males in America. Topics discussed were barriers to becoming a leader, characteristics of a strong leader, and how to establish oneself as such. Featured speakers are Dr. Fisher of the African American Studies department and Mr. Marvin Carter. A truly unique and in-depth event on Black male leadership.
Xpressions - a visual and performing arts event focused on bringing out the talent and artistic ability on campus was an opportunity for musicians, dancers, photographers, painters, or any artists really to showcase their craft. VERY interesting!!!
This multicultural event was a great event to be a part of. Unique talent and performances by TCNJ Hellenic Society, Union Latina, Barkada, TCNJ Jiva, and others! Great turnout and positive atmosphere. Check out the pictures below.
Bruce George is not only the co-founder of HBO's Def Comedy Jam, but an author, social activist, poet, entrepreneur, and visionary. The event on Saturday helped students gain some knowledge and wisdom about success secrets from an incredible speaker. Check out the pictures below!
Can I Live was a volunteer event promoting nonviolence. It included members of BSU and youth groups from United Baptist Church in Trenton and youth from Patterson, NJ. Overall It was a positive experience, very well organized, and very uplifting. Check out pictures below.
United Health Fair, October 30th 2013
The Glow Run for Breast Cancer Awareness was a success and a lot of fun! Thanks to everyone who came out to support BSU and Breast Cancer Awareness. Hope to throw events even more exciting than this one. Check out the pictures below.
Shoutout to CAPS Peer Educators Swet and Sam at our meeting on October 10th
Baltimore Black Wax Museum October 5 2013 (Bus Trip)