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We are a family here to spread the warmth and love of the West Indies through music, dance, food and culture. 

Come join us - whether you were born in the Caribbean, it is a part of your heritage or even if you just want to learn something new! 


Northeastern University Caribbean Students' Organization


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The Caribbean Students' Organization, established in 1982, is a social and cultural group that caters to all diasporas but primarily to people of the West Indian Descent. The organization is united in order to promote Caribbean unity, cultural awareness, togetherness, social interest and academic excellence. We also encourage the fostering of friendships and association among students, encourage academic development and achievement of all members, and provide a familiar environment for students from the Caribbean region, Caribbean parentage or of Caribbean interest.

Our slogan says it best: "Unity is strength and our culture makes us one."


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Organization email address

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Twitter Handle

Office location

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240 CSC

Meeting Day


Meeting Time

7:00 PM-8:00 PM

Meeting Location

Room 116-118 in the John D. O'Bryant African American Institute

Advisor Name

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Marsha White

President Name

Gabrielle Grier

Treasurer Name

Talibah Alexander

Organization Mission Statement

"The organization will improve and strengthen the awareness of Caribbean culture on Northeastern's campus as well as the Boston Community by illuminating its unique characteristics. We aim to solidify and unite not only persons of Caribbean descent but of all ethnicities."