February 24, 2015 at 5:18 PM

BSU Announcements + Upcoming Events



The Black Student Union Presents "Diamonds Are Forever"
Our annual formal will be on Friday, March 6th from 10pm-2am. The event will have a DJ, an on-duty photographer, and a catered dinner (come early because dinner will be served until 11:30pm!).
Ticket Prices are $5 for singles and $8 for couples until Friday, February 27th. After Friday, tickets will be $7 for singles and $10 for couples. Semi-Formal Attire is required. Get your tickets here


TODAY, 4pm-6pm:
"Live and Let Die:  Black Biopolitics and HIV/AIDS"
Join Political Science Associate Professor Lester Spence for an engaging talk.
Macaulay Hall 400
Reception to follow.

TODAY, 7pm:
“Good Hair” Screening
OMA Lounge
Prompted by a question from his young daughter, comic Chris Rock sets out to explore the importance of hair in Black culture.
Politically Incorrect
Wednesday, February 25, at 6:00pm
OMA Lounge
Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs  for an engaging discussion on a surprise topic. (Food will be provided)
Black Defined
Thursday, February 26, at 6:30pm
Join the Organizacion Latina Estudiantil as they explore the various definitions of what it means to be black.
Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale
Saturday, February 28, at 7pm
Mudd Auditorium
Join the Black Student Union as they host the Harlem KW Project, LLC., for a production that explores the preservation of Black culture despite the increasing gentrification in Harlem, NYC.

February 14, 2015 at 5:18 PM

Black Educational Empowerment Forum


Please join us Thursday, February 19 at 6pm in Hodson 203 for a discussion about the marginalization of black musicians and white appropriation of black music. Food and drink will be provided.

February 2, 2015 at 2:24 PM

Black History Month


Black History Month has officially begun! Please join the Office of Multicultural Affairs for the screening of "Gideon's Army" on February 3 at 6:30PM in Charles Commons Salons A & B. Here is the link to reserve your spot as well as your dinner plate: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=iMVcGY6T1aC63wZg85X2Ng. According to the New York Times, the film details the "legion of idealistic public defenders fighting for equal justice in a land where not everybody can afford a high-priced defense attorney. That army is named after Clarence Earl Gideon, who was arrested in 1961 for stealing soda and a few dollars from a pool hall in Panama City, Fla.?"

November 18, 2014 at 12:40 PM

GBM Tomorrow + BSU Announcements


1. BSU Meeting Tomorrow!
There will be a BSU General Body Meeting tomorrow at 6 PM in the BSU Room (basement of AMR II). We will vote on the new constitution (attached) and start our task force committees. In addition, President Daniels has requested to meet with the BSU board so we will be discussing questions and concerns to bring up to him during the meeting. 

2. Movie Screening with Amnesty International TODAY
Join us TODAY for a movie screening with Amnesty International at 8pm in the Wolman Theatre. We will be screening the film "No Justice, No Peace" --a documentary film about police brutality and racial violence.
3. Thursday: Center for Africana Studies' Rap Session​

Join the Center for Africana Studies for a Rap Session this Thursday at 6PM in Gilman 308. Grad student Bryan Brentus Carter will be discussing Black Political Participation.

October 23, 2014 at 2:14 PM

Dear White People Screening-- Join Us Tomorrow!


Hello All!

We will be going as a group to the Charles Theatre tomorrow, October 23rd, to see Dear White People. It is a must-see satirical film about black life at a predominantly white institution. Click here for the trailer!

Meeting Place: Barnes and Nobles, JHMI Shuttle Stop. We will be getting off at Penn Station and walking (a brief 2min walk) to the Charles Theatre.
Time: 6PM. We will be taking the 6PM shuttle to see the 6:50PM showing of the movie.
Cost: $10.50

Hope to see you tomorrow!

October 21, 2014 at 6:48 PM

GBM Tomorrow!!


Hello Everyone!

There will be a GBM Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 22rd in the BSU Room (basement of AMR II) at 6pm. Please join us and our special guest, William Pennant (Johns Hopkins alumnus '07; B.A., neuroscience) as he talks about his experience in Medical School. He is also recruiting for a medical mission to Vietnam!

After this discussion, we encourage all of you to help us organize and decorate the BSU Room!

Lastly, Chinese Food will be provided!!