On Friday, October 5th, the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center hosted their First Friday Fish Fry. The early evening rain couldn’t stop the large crowd of students and alumni who came to visit the NMBCC during IU’s Homecoming week. Stephanie Power-Carter, the director of the NMBCC says that they had a good turn out.
“We had probably 300 people here, easily, it was a great event. We had some alums from 1965 to stop by and that was cool too, so it was really nice.”
Soul Revue had the crowd jamming performing an array of “old school” classic jams like Stevie Wonder’s “Do I Do” and Jackson 5’s “I Want to be Where You Are”.
Despite the bad weather, the National Pan-Hellenic Council Greek still stepped during the Yard Show, which was moved inside in the room A201.