Cultural Union for Black Expression (CUBE)

Category: Diversity Celebration Programs

Founded in 1968 by several African-American students at St. Olaf, CUBe is an organization that discusses and analyzes the depth of the African-American experience. The group also, works to relate these experiences to those of other underrepresented groups. Issues that effect African-American communities are the main focus but, there is also a great deal of conversations around other underrepresented groups. The group organizes events that expand the knowledge of African-American history and culture. CUBe is also responsible for hosting a variety of on-campus events, including February’s Black History Month festivities.


Meetings: @7pm (Bi-weekly) RML 515


  • Interim Co-chair: Deme Brown (brown2)
  • Secretary: Tamira Fuentes (fuente1)
  • Lamar Gayles (gayles1)
  • Co-chair: Lamar Gayles (gayles1)
  • Treasurer: Khadijah Gowdy (gowdy1)
  • DCC Financial: Tariro Mwendamberi (mwenda1)
  • DCC: Krysta Wetzel (wetzel1)

Last Updated: 2/15/18