BSU Screens “Black Panther”

Courtesy of Van Barth

Courtesy of Van Barth

Members of the Black Student Union (BSU) attend a special screening for the recently released movie “Black Panther” at the Marquis Theater in town. A collective of students, named the February Committee, came together to book the film for Black Histor Month. It was one of the integral events for the revival of the BSU, which elected a brand new board last week.

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