By Joel Hoover

With Black History Month coming to a close, Messiah has another special event in store to celebrate.

The Black Student Union’s annual “Celebrating Black Diversity” event will be held in the Larsen Student Union tonight at 8 p.m. Music, student performances and free soul food will all be offered at the event.

The United Voices of Praise gospel choir will be performing during the evening, as well as various student talents who have signed up to share their own unique performances.

Fun facts on Black History Month–which runs annually in the month of February–will also be given during the evening.

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