On the 16th of October, the African Caribbean Society [ACS] held its first social of 2019.
We caught up with Mazn, BME Officer & member of ACS about how it went?
What did you get up to?
"Our first event we talked about the future of the society and how we should respect one another. We started with an ice breaker"
What was the main aim?
"So we could get to know a little about each other. Then we sat and talked about future events and what should we focus on regarding academic achievements, course reps, getting involved with the union as we, as a minority, don't get enough of it.
What did you enjoy most?
"We ended up with free time to make new friends with some pizza in the studio."
For more ACS events keep an eye out here or join the group and they can tell you directly.
More about ACS
ACS is a society about uniting people from various backgrounds to raise awareness and allow people to enjoy our heritage, food, music, dance, art, fashion, and achievements.
We as the African and Caribbean communities are proud to call our own. We aim to meet every fortnight for a variety of fun activities. We also aim to throw parties with afrobeats/bashment and hip hop music once every two months.
Everyone is welcome to join. We want to allow everyone to experience and embrace our culture.