• 06-04-2016 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    SMASS General Election

    Come out and vote for the exectuive of the soceity! Elections will be held in Loyola 275!
    Positions Available:

    1. President, shall be the chief executive officer of the society, and coordinator all the activities and interactions of the society. He/She be the official representative of the society at all offcial funtions. ( external president)
    2. Vice president, who shall be the presidents alternative " interial president"
    3. Treasurer, who shall be responsible for keeping members apprised of the society fincial position and in conjunction with the president.
    4. Secretary, who shall be responsible for maintaining accurate and updated records of the paid members, taking the meetings minute , distributing them accordingly and liaison between the board and the members.
    5. Event manager and public relation appointed by the President after election.
    Please refer to the SMUSA and SMASS by-laws.

  • 12-02-2016 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

    Annual General Meeting

    SMASS winter member Meeting. discussing future event. elections and open the floor to all member to suggest events. see you all there


    Loyola 275

  • 12-02-2016 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM

    Red Haute, The annual exclusive Valentine's Day Party, DJ Zora the sultan, 2012 DJO champion and 2015 The Coast's best DJ

    ROSES CAN BE LOTS OF COLOURS, VIOLETS ARE VIOLET, POEMS SUCK, #TEQUILA. Time to turn up the heat during this warm winter at our annual exclusive Red Haute Party!! Tickets will be on sale throughout the week [Watch this Space] 19+ Event *Drink specials all Night! *Dress Code: Red Haute!!


    The Gorsebrook Lounge, Student Union Building

  • 19-02-2016 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Africa Night 2016 Audtion

    Audition presenting five regions of Africa. North, South, East, West and Centre authentic traditional preformances.


    Saint Mary's University

  • 27-02-2016

    Smass Photography competition

    If you have travelled to Africa and want to share your picture. Please send us your photo to smass.halifax@gmail.com. subject your name_ photo.

  • 26-03-2016

    Africa Night 2016

    Africa Night 2016 is roaring into life Saturday 26th March 2016, at the Saint Marys University. Africa Night is about celebrating Africa and its myriad of cultures through dance, music and enjoying the best of African cuisine. This year’s Africa Night is promising to be the most elegant and it will draw not only people of African decent but also the cosmopolitan population of Saint Mary’s University, Halifax and all of Nova Scotia. Over the years Africa Night has received massive support from the generous people and businesses in Halifax and this support continues grow.
    The theme for this year is titled, “UBUNTO:ABANRU, I AM BECAUSE WE ARE” presenting all 5 regions of rich Africa culture, and embrace their African identities and heritage. This celebration of Africa is to educate the world about the diverse culture and to celebrate the end of African heritage month. For further information visit the Saint Mary’s African Society Facebook page.
    SMASS has taken on a project to drill a well in Sierra Leone for an orphanage housing children who lost their parents from Ebola. All revenue we generate this year will be channelled to this project.
    The doors will open at 5:30pm, event will begin at 6pm. Tickets are $30, SMASS members and children 12 and under 25$.


    Saint Mary's University Loyola 290

  • 01-02-2016

    Welcome To Africa

    Welcome to Africa is where your spontaneous drop by the beautiful continent of Africa begins. It is the only exhibition at Saint Mary's University that presents the rich culture of all the 54 countries in Africa. Come on in, interact with the local Africans, listen to the language,feast your eyes on the colorful attire, feel the rhythm and the beat of our music. Be a part of this humanitarian cause with proceedings going towards donations to drill a water well for the Ebola survival orphanage.


    Loyola 290
    From 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM February 1st

  • Giving back to mother Africa

    Saint Mary’s University’s African Students Society (SMASS) invites St. Mary’s Students to join us regardless of your culture, ethnicity or citizenship.

    Our motto this year is ‘giving back to mother Africa’. SMASS has taken on a project to drill a well in an African country for an orphanage housing children who lost their parents through Ebola. All revenue we generate this year will be channelled to the drilling of this well.

    We are looking to raise $12,000 and welcome any fundraising suggestions from current and future SMASS member.

    This project is not just about us – though our good will which will be represented timelessly through a plaque that will be installed during a ceremony at the completion of the well drilling and associated pump construction. Rather, this project is an opportunity for us, as humans of earth to help our brothers and sisters in Africa.

    We will from this year on, have the pleasure of knowing that s plaque on a well somewhere in Africa states “this well was donated by SMASS in June 2015”. We hope this experience brings added value as part f your educational journey while you are a student at Saint Mary’s University and we hope it will be the start of many similar projects in future.

    Please join us as we launch the fundraising for this humanitarian cause.

  • 06-11-2015

    Leadership Seminar by Dr. Louis Adongo

    From 4pm-5pm. Free admission, donations will be accepted for the well.


    Tentative, please check back here or on Facebook.

  • 14-11-2015


    Time: 9am-5pm, 8 hours (1 day) Fee: $80 for SMASS members, $85 for non members.
    Minimum of six people in the class, 20 people maximum. Please book 10 days before.

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