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OCTOBER 27, 1994 • BENNETT BANNER • 3
Belles travel to NYU to participate in Americorps
Banner Reporter and
Banners New Editor
Twenty-four Bennett stu
dents participated in a new pro
gram called Project SafetyNet
Oct. 13, at New York Univrrsity
Project SafetyNet is apart
of the 1993 National Community
Service Trust Act. These programs
are under a community service or
ganization called Americorps.
"Local Media Days"
For the second time in as many
years, local media professionals
visited the mass communications
classes for the “Local Media Days”
event Sept. 28-29.
According to Dr. Lenora
Brogdon-Wyatt, chair of Mass
Communications, Speech, and
Theatre, the event consists of two
days Department during which
students meet media profession
als and are informed of summer
internships, while experiencing
the advantage of one on one con
tact. In addition, the profession
als are given the chance to ob
serve the capabilities of future me
The event this year exposed
students to different areas of me
dia jobs ranging from voice coach
ing to broadcast community af
Among the professionals at
tending were: Shirley Frye, Com-
munity Affairs Manager for
1978 graduate of Bennett College
and news director from Norfolk.
Hamm was also the featured
speaker of the SepL 29 ACES.
“1 thought it was great,” said
Antoinette Rochelle, a senior Psy
chology major from Washington.
“Barbara Hamm gave much in
sight into what it takes to succeed.
1 enjoyed the ACES program.”
Tamu Johnson, a sophomore
Mass Communications major
from Houston, said, “I thought
Local Media Days was informa
tive. It brought up jobs that 1
didn’t know about.”
Dr. Brogdon-Wyatt was
also satisfied with the outcome.
"It was a successful Lo
cal Media Days. I am also glad
it was extended to the college as a
whole,” Brogdon-Wyatt said.
Americorps is nationwide
and assists students with monetary
in completion of their college edu
cation. The students were chosen
based on thier background and past
Riley Kline, field coordinator
for social work and director of Out
reach Services, and Cynthia PuUiam,
director of the Challenge of Oppor
tunity Program accompanied the stu
dents on their trip.
The students from Bennett, Ri
chard Stockton College, New York
University, Morehouse College,
Johnson C. Smith University, and
Manhattan College gathered at
New York University’s Tishman
Auditorium in Vanderbilt Hall to
discuss the planning of commu
The seminar, conducted
by NYU faculty offered training in
areas such as conflict manage
ment, active listening, and para
At the conference, students
p'oceeded to the Loeb Student Cen
ter for a Convocation in which they
marched in by schools.
On the final day of the
conference, student members of
Project SafetyNet participated in
their very first hands-on commu
nity service activity.
Members painted various
grafitti- infested parking lot walls,
telephone booths, fences, and poles.
“I was very impressed with the
Bennett student’s work ethic,” Kline
‘They were willing to complete
all assigned tasks without any nega
tive feedback whatsoever," he
“I learned that it is very im
portant to be a volunteer be
cause you can make a difference
insomeone’slife without profit,”
Jenora Turner, Los Angeles, jun
ior said. “And that is what makes
at Northeastern University
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