ASU Featured in Microsoft ‘HBCU Experience’ at the World Games
ASU Day at the World Games drew an enthusiastic crowd during the “HBCU Experience” sponsored by Microsoft.
The Microsoft big tent provided a stage to showcase Alabama State University, giving international guests highlights of more than 155 years of educational excellence.
The stage featured ASU students and outstanding alumni, including Amber Harris, who served as the event host; Derricius Breon, who coordinated the opening scene; Key’Ana Robinson (BFA in Dance), who performed a creative dance; and “The G.O.A.T.” musical performers, Terrence Baldwin, Martin Luther King (MLK), Jamiya Lawson and Kassidy Jackson, along with Terrence “That Boogie” Baldwin, Jr.
Members of the ASU Street Team and S.O.S. provided Hornet energy that brought “That Ole ‘Bama Spirit” to the event.
President Quinton T. Ross, Jr., Miss ASU, Aleah Robinson, and SGA President, Jeremi Moore addressed the crowd which included a number of alumni from Birmingham and Jefferson county, Huntsville, Montgomery and Atlanta.