On Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 6:30pm in the Campus Cinema, the African American Student Advisory
Council (AASAC) presented the 2011 Ebony Harlem Awards Program. The program was also an installation ceremony for the new officers of AASAC. The ceremonial hosts included representatives from the Society of African American Culture and Heritage Society.

Here are the winners of the 2011 Ebony Harlem Awards:


Kelvin Carter & Carizma Thomas

Literary Talent

Mario Terry & Kateria Poe


Roshane Williams & April Gaddy

Instrumental Music

Jeremy Currence & Khalia Braswell

Vocal Music

Trevon Nelson & Shiona Caldwell


Rasoul Butler & Kandice Ross


Tyrik Hicks & Danielle Thomas


Reginald Parks & Brittany Strachan

Distinguished Person

Elvin James & Rickiah Wingfield

Nash N. Winstead Academic Achievement

Reginald Howell a& Jasmine Flood

Outstanding Athlete

Colton Palmer & Amira Chowyuk


Edward Okafor & Vallyn Murphy
The NCSU Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People won this year’s Organization of the Year. Advisors and executive board members of organizations within AASAC were also honored, as well as next year’s AASAC executive board which include:

Chairperson: Mario Terry

Vice-Chair: Krystopher McRae

Secretary: Tova Williams

Parliamentarian: Sharka Holmes
Congratulations to all AASAC organizations, to all Ebony Harlem nominees and award winners and to the AASAC executive board, old and new (including our very own editor-in-chief) for an amazing year and another amazing year to come.