ACSA

Yellow House open for move-in

After construction delays postponed move-in , the Yellow House is now open for its new tenants.Continue...

Operation Black Vote comes to Queen’s ahead of federal election

The African Caribbean Students’ Association (ACSA) at Queen’s was the first university-organization in Canada to co-host Operation Black Vote.Continue...

Celebrating the excellence of Robert Sutherland

Every day, students walk by Robert Sutherland Hall on their way to class, but few are aware of the building’s historic legacy.Continue...

ACSA hosts High Commissioner of Jamaica

This past weekend, the High Commissioner of Jamaica to Canada paid a visit to Queen’s campus.Continue...

Afrofuturism raises money for Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDs Strategy

On Saturday night, the Queen’s African Caribbean Students’ Association (ACSA) 2018 Culture Show turned to the future to raise money for the Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy (OAHAS).Continue...

Round-up: Black History Month at Queen’s

For African and Caribbean Students’ Association (ACSA) co-president Elorm Vowotor, Black History Month is a time to highlight “the stories, the history, [and] the struggles” of Black individuals.Continue...

A step into African culture

By no means would I ever label myself a dancer. As a child, even with the effort and support of my parents — and the trial and error of every form of dance under the sun — it just never worked out.Continue...