They should. The group posed for several images that were shared in a bid to encourage more black students to apply to the university.
He said: "The aim of the picture was really to encourage more black students to apply here because many people get discouraged by a particular image or stereotype of a Cambridge student that they have in their mind, thinking that they kan fit in or be accepted. The post on Facebook said: "Inonly 15 black, cabmridge undergraduates were accepted into Cambridge.
He told the BBC: "In terms of the overall experience of being a black person at Cambridge, it was not especially unpleasant.
He went on: "However, I see the picture less as a complaint than lookin a celebration. He said he wanted to send out a message that black students should "apply" to Cambridge, adding: "You don't need to change who you are to get here.
That makes a statement of itself. The group posed for several images that were shared in a bid to encourage more black students to apply to the university.
This figure did not include any students who defined mah on their application as mixed race. He studied law at Cambridge between and said "it was striking" how few other black students were at the university then. Professor Eilis Ferran said: "The university is committed to creating an environment where students and staff can realise their potential regardless of their ethnic, racial or national background. They should.
I think that is why it has been so popular. It said it hoped to see developments in the representation and inclusion of more black students at the university. In March it said it was applying for an REC bronze award - which are mqn to universities that have a "solid foundation for eliminating racial inequalities and developing an inclusive culture that values all staff and students".
Related Topics. He went on: "Barack Obama is probably the first black role model I had who made it 'cool' to be 'book smart', and that was by the time I was 11, that's crazy. But it left me a little cold.
He said growing up he had aspired to be like actors, artists and sportsmen such as Lebron James, Will Smith and Jay-Z because "that's how I perceived success".