Black Student Union hosts No-Bake Bake Sale

The Black Student Union is raising money for the Lanayia Roberts memorial fund.


Mishka Mohamed Nour

Nisreen Elgaali ’22 and Caleb Ngendo ’23 hosting the in-person pre-ordering station for BSU Bake Sale during first period.

Mishka Mohamed Nour, Profiles Editor

From cinnamon rolls to brownies, the Black Student Union is hosting a No-Bake Bake sale during the first week of April.

Students interested can make an order online by scanning the QR code on posters around the school. The BSU members will also have a station set in the commons area today for students to order during the following times: first period, second period, sixth period, and seventh period, in addition, to A and B lunch, and before and after school.

Students can pay with either cash or online payments such as Apple Pay and Cashapp, and ordering is available until Sunday. The BSU will be in contact with students to confirm orders. All baked goods can be picked up on Monday, April 11. Extra goods will be for sale on the same day.

All profits gained will go toward the Lanayia Roberts Memorial Fund . The North Liberty resident passed away recently leaving behind a one-year-old daughter.