Black Student Alliance
BSA's purpose and goals involve collecting and presenting information to the College Community as it pertains to the minority student's activities on campus. BSA will strive to present positive images and share our heritage information as collected. Several annual projects include: providing the less fortunate with food baskets and monetary contributions through local churches and charities (New Hope BC Food Kitchen and Love, Inc., respectively). organizing the Annual Vivaion Witherspoon Walk-a-thon (to generate funds for two $100 Savings Bonds given to the BSA members who best exemplify the characteristic traits of the late advisor in promoting diversity in the community.) attending several annual leadership conferences (most recently Operation Push, in Chicago and National Leadership Conference, in Boston). They are also involved in numerous other positive activities (shoveling snow for elderly in the winter or raking leaves for elderly in the summer) including mentoring at a local Middle School. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the Student Life Office at Muskegon Community College 221 S. Quarterline Rd., Muskegon, MI 49442, (231)777-0216, Fax (231)777-0480, E-mail: Aaron.Hilliard@muskegoncc.edu.