Friday, September 17, 2010

Project Iingcambu - TODAY!

ASU will be kicking off its Community Service initiative

Project Iingcambu

TODAY Friday, Sept 17th

Meet @ Stanford Circle at 3:30pm

If you would like to join us,
please contact Feeta Caphart ( or I’shawnna Henderson (

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Join ASU's community service initiative Project Iingcambu

Apply to volunteer for  Project Iingcambu!

Project Iingcambu was made to enhance and expand a current initiative at Belafonte TACOLCY Center in Liberty City, the Zulu Warriors, which focuses on empowering young boys and molding them into leaders who can later serve to improve the community from which they came.

Through Project Iingcambu, we will augment self-pride and strengthen identity by teaching the youth about a part of their history sparsely covered in schools. These students will learn about Africa and its relevance to the depths of Black American and Caribbean history. 

In addition, values of community pride and civic duty will be interwoven into the curriculum to inspire them with the power and ability to create positive change in their community and personal lives. 

The volunteers, or elders, are integral in making Project Iingcambu a successful program.  The elders will lead a group of 4-6 students in the biweekly activities they will help plan. 

The elders will meet with the Project coordinators to plan the biweekly activities and prepare the materials needed for the activities.  The elders will serve as role models for the students, inspire them to reach for higher education and promote the importance of serving the community. 

It is important that the elders are committed to meeting with the Project Coordinators and volunteering with the Zulu Warriors at Belafonte TACOLCY Center.

Applications are due Sept 3rd by 9pm to or
Any questions or concerns: please direct to I’shawnna Henderson (615) 974-4473 or Feeta Caphart (240) 350-6571

Apply for COISO Cabinet!

The Council of International Students & Organizations (COISO) invites you to apply for the 2010-2011 Cabinet!
This is a great leadership opportunity since the COISO Cabinet functions as the powerhouse of one of the largest student-run organizations on campus!

Applications are due on Wednesday, September 8th at 5:00pm. All applications should be emailed to or submitted to the COISO Office (UC 213).

Sign up for interviews in the COISO Office (UC 213). Interviews will be conducted on Thursday, September 9th.

Decisions will be released on Friday, September 10th.
Cabinet Retreat and Training on September 12th; 11:00am.

A Year in Review: ASU 2009-2010

Take a look back a what ASU was up to, from the first general body meeting to African Middle Eastern Night.