Every year like clock work, the Northeastern African Student Organization works tirelessly in hopes that its “Africa Night” will be one of the biggest cultural events to hit campus.
The evening showcases different cultures from within the continent, and brings to light the young and western twist the new generation has given to its culture. “Eminence” will top what’s been done in the past with its succulent food, fashion from 8 designers influenced by both traditional and western ideals, moving dances, musical performances, comedy that will have you rocking off your seats, homage to a critical cause, and a tribute to a cultural icon who moved us all. As Northeastern opens its doors and grows in number at a rapid rate, it is important that its organizations support each other and recognize that we are all part of a global community right here in Boston.
Join the organization on Saturday, February 15th, as it serves food in the Curry Student Center Indoor Quad from 6 pm – 7 pm, with the show taking place from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm in Blackman Auditorium.
You can pick up your tickets on the ticketing site or via the myNEU portal. Please note, the event is NU + 2 guests (guest tickets are $7 each, NU students can attend for free).
Want a preview of the event? Check out highlights from last year’s event!
This post was written by Audrey Lang, President of NASO and a fourth year Marketing student minoring in French.