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University honors Black History Month

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St. Bonaventure University’s Damietta Center of Multicultural Student Affairs began its celebration of Black History Month with the kickoff of its series “And Still WE Rise: Expressions of Black Heritage & Identity,” on Wednesday. This year’s theme originated from the relevance of diversity in today’s world in regard to current events, said Parker Suddeth, coordinator…

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Student looks to organize peaceful protests

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“The mission is to poke the bear and wake the school up to fix problems within the university,” Noah Burton, a St. Bonaventure sophomore, said about his new club. Burton is organizing an event that points out issues within the school and plans to make changes through marching, protesting and radical cheerleading. Burton, a political…

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SBU hosts Black History Month events


By Nicolette DiMura Staff Writer St. Bonaventure has several groups devoted to promoting diversity on campus, such as the Black Student Union (BSU), Latin American Student Organization (LASO) and Let’s Talk About It. BSU’s mission is to enrich St. Bonaventure with African American culture.  Since this month is Black History Month, BSU has several upcoming…

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BSU embraces diversity


By Jackie Roberts Contributing Writer Students and staff from every corner of St. Bonaventure gathered to celebrate Black History Month. A mix of emotions flooded campus after the Black History Month show put on by the Black Student Union (BSU) in The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on Monday. Students Troy Deweever and…

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