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The Bennett banner : bulletin of Bennett College for Women. online resource (None) 193?-current, February 27, 1998, Image 7

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7 • BENNETT BANNER • FEBRUARY 27, 1998 • FEATURES• FEATURES• FEATURES• FEATURES• KvdoS! Thompson family extends thanks to SGA •Syn. praise, credit; acclaim as a result of achievement. We invite the Bennett College community to submit brief accolades to the KUDOS! column. We’ll publish them as quickly as possible. If you choose to a send photo, make sure the photo is clearly labeled. If you need the photo to be returned be sure to include a return address. To get your KUDOS! published, send your brief to: KUDOS! Bennett Banner Campus Box 25, or send us a fax at 370-8690, or you can bring it to our office located in Shell C-2. You must include the name and telephone number of a contact person with your notice. SGA received a "thank you note" from Lydon and Jacqueline Thompson for donating the more than $265 that was collected from the Bennett College family during the SGA-sponsored coin drive in December. Mrs. Thomp son is the first known African American woman to give birth to sextuplets (one was stillborn.) Mass communications majors Naima Barbour, a junior from Maryland, Cisha Howard, a senior from Ohio, Kenya Samuels, a junior frran Texas and Ronda Stingley, a junior from Wisconsin will represent Bennett at the National Associa tion of Black Journalists short course March 11-14 at North Carolina A&T. Millicent E. Brown, a professor in the history program, has recently earned her doctorate from Florida State University. Bruce Clark, director of the tele- conununications program at Ben nett College, has been recently appointed the president of the Greensboro Community Televi sion board of directors. GCTV is a public access television statical lo cated in downtown Greensboro. Valerie Lewis, a junior English major from Atlanta, Ga has been invited to present her McNair Pro gram Research Paper at the Na tional Conference for Undergradu ate Research. A'Shauna Tyler, a senior mass communications major from Mi ami and Tennille Francis, a jun ior accounting major from Penn sylvania are going to Orlando to receive a Bryant Gumbel $5,000 Scholarship, and rhey will also attend the Bryant Gumbel Walt Disney Golf Tournament. Francis is a first time recipient, and Tyler is a second time recipient. Tiffani Scurlock, a junior psychology major from Washington, D.C., Latasha Gresham, a sophmore dietitics major from Baltimore, and Kiyona Brewster, a freshwoman pyschology major from Harrisburg, Pa.who are mem bers of the Reader’s Theater performed a skit at the National Organization of Woman of Color and their Allies, Feb. 20- 22, in Alexandria, Va. OOPOOO Shanticarol Otey, a fresh woman from Lynchburg, Va. will perform apoembyAudre Lorde Feb. 27-28 in Houston during the Barbara Jordan memorial Forensic Tournament. Otey is representing the Reader’s Theater. OQ-OOCO Kevin Swartz, director of The Daily Tar Heel, the UNC-Chapel Hill student newspaper, donated Macintosh computers and a laser printer to The Bennett Banner. \ Model continued from Page 1 vides students with an educational experience to enhance students' knowledge of international events and parliamentary procedure. "You are exposed to teamwork, foreign affairs, and the operations of the U.N.," said Willacin V. Gholston, Political Pacesetters president, junior, political science major from Indiana. "Participants also learn how current events affect citizens of the world." Bennett students will repre sent six delegations: Bahrain, Bra zil, Cuba, France, Kenya and Por tugal. "Model U.N. enhances stu dents knowledge of world affairs, different positions of the U.N. and different issues while assuming roles of delegates from various countries," said Yolanda Butler, vice president of Political Pacesetters andjuniwpolitical sci ence major from Philadelphia. Gholston and Butler said that campus participation and enthusiam is a major factw in the success of hosting Model U Students will also serve in other capacities. Violet Baffour, sophomore political science major from Ghana, will serve as Deputy Secretary General. Other students will perform as moderators for the conference. The Bennett College Reader’s Theater Performance Schedule (For the remainder of the spring semester) Dalfi March 12 March 13 TBA Location Time Chapel 11 AM Bames & Noble TBA (Friendly Center) United Methodist Church TBA Moore County May 2 Little Theater TBA HERM€NE WESTMORELAND Stylist Hermene’s Styles & Image 940 E. Bessemer Avenue Spirals, Wraps, Waves, Shampoo Blow-dry, Curls, Cuts, Relaxers & Rod Sets All The Latest Styles (910)378-0807 A Woman's Choice ABORTIONS TO 20 WEEKS Specializing in Confidential, Ajfordable Care! • FREE Pregnancy Test • No Overnight Stay • One Visit-Out Patient • Next Day Appointments • Birth Control • Modem Facility • Sedations & Anesthesia • Student Reduced Rates • All Major Credit Cards Accepted • ww.womanschoice.coiii Call For Information 24 hours 1-800-328-5201 201 E-Pomona Drive Greensboro 27407

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