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7* BENNETT BANNER • FEBRUARY 23. 1996 NEWS & FEATURES Visiting prof. resides on campus wliiie teaching i 1 Photo by Tahja McVay Dr. Lillian Bell Yvette Burton Banner Editor Dr. Lillian Bell a visiting pro fessor from Notre Dame probably has more in cranmon with the stu dents at Bennett than the average professor. Why? Bell is experiencing dcmi life all over again. She resides in an apart ment in Player Hall. “It has all the amenities and is quite spacious,” she said. “I have SGA sponsors V-Day dinner, movie Toshaniaue Paullev Banner Reporter The Student Government As sociation sponswed Care”a” Van on Valentines Day, Feb. 14, for those students who did not have the resources to celebrate that special day. Care”a”Van was created by SGA in support of Bennett stu dents who did not have the funds OT the means to enjoy Valentine's Day off campus, said Jennifer Farris, Miss Bennett CoUege. Thirteen students were selected amongst all the students present at the ACES Honors Convocation which meet on Feb.l3 . Thanks to SGA’s handling of expenses, the 13 selected students enjoyed dinner at Pizza Hut and viewed a movie at Litchfield Cin emas. A 14th student was also selected. ShewasabletotakeaspecialscMne- one out on a date to pizza and a movie on SGA. “The night went as plan and I enjoyed myself. Ihq>ethatSGA does itagain," said Jennifer Ajose, sofrtiomore, biology major, who was one of the students chosen. “I was happy about the success of the Care”a”Van and I hope that SGA will continue it in the futtire.” said. Jasmin Canady, correspond ing secretary for SGA. the usual cranplaints about living in a dorm.” Bell opted to live on campus to be closer to student life and to be closer to the campus in general. Beilis teaching the mini-course "Media Sports and Society.’ Bell has given me a lot to think about such as the politics involved in spOTts,” said Bianca Williams, a sophomore mass communications major from D.C. While in Beijing, she met Presi dent Scott who asked her to come to Bennett to teach. Having never been to N(»th Carolina, Bell saw Scott's offer as a challenge and alerted Notre Dame that she would betaking a short leave. Bell is not only teaching a class, she is also working on a project Women's Centers schedule events for Women's History month Three Centers at the BeniKtt College Women’s Leadership In stitute are spcmsoring a variety of activities to celebrate National Women’s History Month. "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pitman," will be shown at 7:30 pjn. March 20 in the Pfeiffer Science Assembly. For more information contact Dr. Linda Brown, director for the Center of Women and Spiritual ity at 370-8616. Hypnotherapist Maria Cobb, will be at in the Pfeffier Science Assembly, 3:30-5:30 March 21. Cobb, who is certi fied by the national Guildof Hyp notists, will demonstrate how to deal with stress, how it feels to be hypnotized, and what to expecL For more information contactDr. Lona D. Cobb at the Center for Women’s Education and Devel- q)ment at 370-8690. A “Dress for Success” Fash ion show with fashions supplied by Casual Comer will be held atl&a B. Goode Gymnasium 7 pjn. March 29. For more infor mation, contact Cynthia Pulliam at The Center for Women and Family, 273- 8443. AU programs are free and c^n to the public. Students urged less likely to be treated unfairly by the police and they had con gregations to bail them out of jail, if necessary. The women did not have to stand on the front line, though Johnson said they could create solutions. Students were given the Faith Forum, an official publication of the Greensbcffo Pulpit Fo rum, which detailed the plan for getting the church and com munity involved in the discus sions. According to the Feb. 18, edition, the Pulpit Forum will amductmeetings to explain the purpose of the struggle, setforth plans to continue flie struggle. Continued from Page 1 and get the widest input from all parts of the community. The Rev. Johnson invited the women to make a commitment to participate in the protests ev ery Sunday at the Wendover Avenue Kmart and attend the meeting every Thursday at7 p jn. at 417 Arlington St “Greensboro might well be an example of what the nation needs to do,” Johnson said. I have enough money to last me the rest of my life unless I buy something. —^Jackie Mason Willie “Sunnie” Prevo Graduating: June 4,1992 Killed: May 28,1992 Cleveland, OH with Scott and plans to stay at Beimett until the middle of March. A native of Elkhart, Ind., Bell has been a journalist for years. She has her own column in The Elkhart Truth-, a daily newspaper in Elkhart. “The class is fun, being a sports fan I find it particularly interest ing,” said Wanda Harris, a senior English major from Charlotte. While in Greensboro, Bell wants to see the WoolwOTth lunch counter downtown. “I was surpised to know that Bennett students w»e involved in the sit-in movement,” she said. “I thought it was only the four guys from A&T. That shows what the media can do,” she added. iilil li n Iff I.. 11 Hr- y'- , I i \ ^ fl M I M ^'1 * ! i S 5 , i ‘ I M S M M ' = mm i, »! 'in i \ ‘ ' T ' ^ ^ ‘ 5 s M i 'M *! ; ! • i ! ' .. FRIENDS DONT LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK. I Not getting your child all his shots is like leaving him out here alone At least 11 shots by two. How sure are yovi? Questions? Call 1-800-232-2522. _ U.S. Deoaiiment of Health an^ HUtnan Seivices

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