The Courier

Black History Month Closing Ceremony

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






On Thursday, Feb. 28, students and faculty were invited to attend the Black History Month closing ceremony in the cafeteria. Caribbean cuisine was provided by the Garifuna Flava and was sold out well before the event was completed. Live music was provided by the Indira Reggae Band.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leave a Comment

Comments are closed.

Navigate Left
  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    The Konmari Tidying Method

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Courier TV

    Courier Buzz: Spring Break weather and travel options, and don’t forget to vote!

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    Higher, Faster, Stronger: Captain Marvel is a wild ride of 90s nostalgia… and cats

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    Do we already have the power to eradicate genetic disease?

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    Black in the Suburbs: A Story Not Told

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    DuPage Students for a Democratic Society protest border wall state of emergency

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    “Thank U, Next”: Ariana Grande’s Newest Album Tops Charts

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Courier TV

    Inside COD: Black History Month, helping a professor battling cancer and the Self-Employment in the Arts conference

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    2018’s Foreign Film Star: My Thoughts on Roma as the Daughter of Mexican Immigrants

  • Black History Month Closing Ceremony

    Features/Arts

    Liar Liar, Pants on Fyre: Which Fyre Festival documentary did it best?

Navigate Right
College of DuPage's student newspaper | Est. 1967
Black History Month Closing Ceremony