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The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

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The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

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Georgia Southern Club Hosts Black History Month Closure Event

As Black History Month draws to a close, the Black Student Alliance (BSA) at Georgia Southern University dedicated a week to fostering unity among Black students.

BSA President Pryce Erwin expressed, “We want people to know that they have a family here. Although you may not know many people at first, here is a great way to start.”

The Black Student Alliance, known as BSA, according to their Instagram, is a coalition of students committed to advocating for the Black Georgia Southern community. However, last Wednesday was dedicated to a game night.

Members of both the Caribbean Students Association and BSA engaged in various games, including chess, Uno, and spades.

Established in 1978, BSA officially became a club at Georgia Southern. The theme for their recent week of event was “Mamba Triumph,” honoring the late Kobe Bryant.

While the games have concluded, the organization is not slowing down. Ideas for expansion and inclusivity are actively being pursued.

While paid membership offers perks such as t-shirts and discounts to events, participation in events like this game night is open to the public, emphasizing inclusivity within the organization.

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Nayia Worrell, Executive Producer, Your Newsroomm
Nayia Worrell is the Executive Producer at Your Newsroom. You can email her at nw07098@georgiasouthern.edu.

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