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4* BENNETT BANNER • APRIL 9, 1998 BRIEFS & REVIEWS • BRIEFS & REVIEWS • BRIEFS & REVIEWS annet On and Off Campus Events • ActMtles • Announcements Compiled By Erisha Lipford Banner Reporter BCEResuhsin Hk results of the Fjigli.«Ji Cranprebensive Exam are in. Out of the 74 students who Vxik the exam, 67 students passed with a boUstic sc(H% of seven ot better (90%) and seven students faited with a score of 6 or below (10%). €SeatnJMototsCotp.apamorktgCsrSmybigrtvgrmm Wouldn’t you like to award yourself with a new vehicle and save $400 at tbe same time? If so, GMAC, Chevrolet, Pontiac and GMC are ^xjnsoring their 14th annual CjM College Graduate Program. The program offers eligible grads a $4(X) certificate good toward the purchase or lease of any new C^hevrolet, Pontiac OT GMC vehicle, when they qualify and finance through a participating Chevrolet, Pontiac or CiMC dealer. Students may qualify if they are about to graduate, have recently graduated from a two or four year college, ot are a graduate student To participate in the program, call l-8(X)-964-GRAD or visit their web site at Vimck Cotteglatt* Providing Ftee Resume'Setrice “The Black Collegian, ” the career and self-development maga zine for African-American students, provides FREE resume database online for graduating seniors. This magazine allows students to make their resumes available to equal opportunity employers worldwide. The first 300 seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or better to post their resumes on their database will receive either “The Black Collegian” online’s cap or a Kente stole. For more information call (504) 523-0154. For registration visit Black HERstory On this day in April Compiled By A'Shauna Tyler Banner Reporter and Staff • 4,1928 Maya Angelou, author and poet was bom in St Louis. Dr. Angelou is also ^ member of the Bennett College Board of Trustees. • 4,1938 Vera Mae Smart Grosvenor, became the author of the influential cookbook "Vibration Cooking," in 1970, is bom in Fairfax, S.C. • 7,1915 Eleanor Fagan also known as Billie Holiday was bom in East Baltimore, Md. Lady Day," she became an internationally known jazz and blues singer. • 8,1922 Carmen McRae is bom in New York City. She began her professional career in her 20’s with Benny Charter and Keith Sweat makes ol(d school new RITIC’S ORNER s. Multi-platinum balladeer Keith Sweat has struck gold again with his newest {voteges or Skool. Since its release, 01' Skool’s reinterpretation of the classic romantic tune, “Am I Dreaming” is climbing up the charts. Tbe song features the vocal stylings of Sweat and the multi- platinum So-So Def/Ccdmnbia RecOTds recording artist Xsc^. “Am I Dreaming” is first release fix«n tbe group’s self-tided debut album which was released Febniary 24. or Skool first came to national attention with their eye- catchmg all-star video featuring Sweat, Xscape, and Lisa “Left Eye”Lopes of TLC fame. The video, directed by Sweat is a Top 10 video on The Box. The group has made numerous appearances on such television shows as "Soul Train," The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show, Vibe TV, and our very own Ebony Vibes. Members Bobby, Tony, Curtis, and Poc^e are the first “live” in his Atianta office. Prior to their signing to Keia, the group toured with Dennis Edwards of the Tempatations. Singing is not all this group does. They also co-write Dru Hill's, song "Share My Wwld," on their self-tided cd. The group's name reflects that they are putting the old with the new,” says Sweat Contributed to by Kenya A. Samuels, Features Editor. $$$ artists signed to Keith Sweat’s newly formed music label Keia RecOTds, and new joint venture with Universal Recwds. Sweat was so impressed with the St. Louis-based group, that he signed them on the spot after they performed for him $$$$ ^t's worth the price' $ $ $ “Borrow it' $ $ Tape it off the radio' $ "Don't waste your money' The Critic's Corner accepts reviews, previews and criticisms of music, bools, poetry, plays and movies that are 150 words or less. Articles must not have been published elsewhere. Once submitted, an article becomes the property of The Bennett Banner and may be edited. BANNER CLASSIFIEDS Bennett College students may place meeting announcements, services. Items for sale, etc. - 25 words or less *- In the Banner Classifieds for FREE. The cost for non-Bennett students is $2.50 for 25 words or less and .05 for each additional word. For more information stop by Shell Hall C-2. became a renovraed jazz vocalist for more than 40 years. • 14,1938 Gloria Randle Scott was bom in Houston Dr. Scott became the president of Bennett College in 1987. • If you would like to be included In next month's Black BDERatoiy, send your name, complete birth date, campus telephone number and address and especially your accompllsment to The Bennett Banner, HERstory, Campus Box 25 or Shell Hall C-2 . All submissions must be receive prior to publica tion deadline will not be returned and may be edited. ANNOUNCEMENTS Want to release some tension? Come join us at die co-ed pool party April 15 7 pjn. -10 p.m. in the Ida H. Goode gym. Looking for work? Information about a graduate or professional school? Stop by the Career Center in the basement of Catchings. FOR SALE Like new "fax machine" and "scanner" $100 each. Call 767-7852 after 6 p.m. for more infomiation. SERVICES Hair braiding by Lanie at 691-0662 Player Hall Room 201 Know missing; in this space? Your free adl Contact Nilda Steele at 378>0888 for details THE BENNETT BANNER 1997-98 SCHEDULE Deadline Publication April 10 April 17 April 24 Maj 1 Publication dates subject to change without prior notification. Wanted: •Writers •Graphic Artists •Sales Reps. •Photographers •Editorial Cartoonists Stop by the Banner Office in Shell C-2 for details & applications

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