You voted. We listened. The Results For The Top 5 HBCU Hosts Are In!
MC, or Master of Ceremonies, is the person who hosts an event by introducing performers, speakers, or other participants. The term ‘master of ceremonies’ has been used since at least the 1600s, but the term ‘MC’ started to become heavily associated with rap music and hip-hop culture during the 1970s. The letters MC took on new meanings, such as “Microphone Controller,” “Move the Crowd,” and “Mic Checka.” An MC is also called a host at times.
It’s the hosts’ job to keep the crowd entertained and the event flowing. They’re tasked with drawing energy and invoking excitement from the audience through storytelling and improvisation. HBCU Hosts at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are no different and are known around campus for their skills and stage presence. Whether it’s a homecoming party or a regular campus event, HBCU hosts light up the room with their personality, and we want to know who your favorite is.
You voted. We listened. The results for the Top 5 HBCU Hosts are in! Check it out below!
11. Michael Bivens (JussMikey) – North Carolina A&T University
Micheal Bivens a.k.a JussMikey is a senior at North Carolina A&T University majoring in kinesiology. He said coming in first place “means the absolute world” to him. “This is something I wanted when I was a freshman and I didn’t get nominated. I really just want to impact all HBCUs across the nation and with this platform, I can exceed my goal of creating an experience that people with remember forever.”