The Black Student Unification is having its annual Coat Drive! The coat drive will run from November 6th – December 6th.
The Black Student Unification will be hosting the FIRST ever Soul Cypher competition at Middle Georgia State University. This competition will be held on April 18, 2018, at 6 pm in the SLC Amphitheatre on the Macon Campus. The event is open to the public, and there will be lots of food. For any questions contact Kelsei Etchison or Continue reading
The Black Student Unification will be hosting the FIRST ever Soul Cypher competition at Middle Georgia State University. If anyone is interested in competing, contact Kelsei Etchison or Dr. Andre Nicholson IMMEDIATLY via email with their name and skill NO LATER than April 16, 2018 @ 5pm. The event is open to the public.
The Black Student Unification is hosting a month full of events in honor of Black History Month. All events are open to the public and free. Come celebrate with BSU!
The Black Student Unification is kicking off Black History Month a.k.a. the “Month of Black Excellence” with a 4-Day Information session.
There will be presentations on how to be an independent business owner, the history of Macon, Ga, and the African-American experience in the armed forces. Do not miss an opportunity to learn and network. Learn every Monday in the month of February with BSU!
The Black Student Unification at Middle Georgia State University is helping the Frank Johnson Community Center find students to volunteer as tutors in an afterschool program. It is a great opportunity to assist children who may be needing more assistance in certain school subjects.
Follow the MGA BSU Instagram (@mga_bsu) and Twitter (MGA_BSU) pages for more announcements.
Mark your calendars! Open Mic Night will take place on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at 6pm-8pm in the PSC Building on the Macon campus, in front of the Starbucks. Everyone is encouraged to join us and showcase their talent!
Carlyle Place is conducting their annual Easter Egg Hunt for its residents on April 8th, 2017 at 1:30-4:30pm. They are inviting volunteers to come and participate. Volunteer work consists of hiding eggs, assisting with cotton candy, face painting, egg dying, and various carnival games. Dress Code: No Tank-tops or Shorts. If interested please contact Ms. Erin Jones Continue reading
BSU (Black Student Unification) will be having an “Open Mic Night” on April 19th, 2017 from 6-8pm in front of the PSC Starbucks on the First floor. We will have food and drinks. It is open to the public.
Please donate winter clothing items such as coats, socks, scarves, etc. These items will be presented to the organization Angels Hosting Angels, who aid the homeless and help those who are in need.