The Associated Student Government of Bellevue College is honored to recognize these outstanding individuals for being selected to attend the National Black Student Conference representing the BSU from Bellevue College.
– Krischianna Roberson
It is with great pleasure that I am announcing the students whose writing ability and drive to be change agents for our campus, have earned them a trip to the National Black Student Union (BSU) Conference that will be held in Chicago, Illinois November 15-17 as well as a leadership position with the BC BSU for the year. We had a total of 18 students submit application and an essay. 8 were selected by the review committee. The students will be required to fulfill a writing assignment and create a group presentation for the campus community (dates and location TBD). Please extend a congratulations and job well done as you see the students in your classrooms and around campus! Thank you to the departments, faculty and staff who participated in providing this opportunity to our students! The winner’s as well as excerpts from their essays are listed below:
v Taylor Anderson – Interior Design major and BSU Director
v Gary Hunter – Business Management major and BSU Social Media Manager
v Mikayla Matters – Forensic Archaeology major and BSU Secretary
v Joel Allen – Arts & Sciences major and BSU Treasurer
v Salina Abraham – Chemical Engineering (Science) major and BSU Fall Events Manager
v Tradon Jordan – Business major and BSU Spring Events Manager
v Taylor Johnson – Pre-Physical Therapy major and Winter Events Manager
v Japgurjap “Prince” Singh – Music major and BSU Volunteer Coordinator
Congratuations BSU! We hope to hear great things from this conference!