The Black Student Union (BSU) will celebrate Black History Month and the 45th anniversary of its founding this year with a conversation about the BSU’s beginnings which led to the book “Fraternity” written by Diane Brady. The event titled “Fraternity…the beginning” will feature a conversation with several of the BSU’s founders whose stories were the basis of the book including Theodore Wells ’72, one of the nation’s most successful defense attorneys; Eddie Jenkins ’72, former Miami Dolphins player; Arthur Martin ’70, first BSU president; and Malcolm Joseph ’71, medical director of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. The event, which will be moderated by BSU co-chairs Jonathan Casseus ’14 and Quinesha Tillman ’14, will be followed by a book signing. There will also be a book signing in the campus book store from 3 – 4 p.m. The event is open to the public.