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Morehouse Glee Club
to perform at Bennett
The Morehouse College Glee Club will
perform in the Annie Memer Pfieffer Chapel,
The 50-member vocal ensemble performs
spirituals, choral selections, traditional songs.
Tickets will be on sale April 4 . The ticket
prices are $10 in advance, $5 for students,
and $15 at the door.
The concert is sponsored by the United
Methodist Church. Morehouse College is
located in Atlanta, Ga.
Belles talk about their
protests in February
Kudos to Honda All-
Amel Lanieux is 'doing
her own thang'
The Bennett Banner
VOL LXX NO. 8 Match 17,
It's the time of year when the
College community chooses who
will be the next Miss Bennett
This year there are three candi
dates, all from the class of 2001:
Shanticarol Otey, Natalie
Stewart, and Tanna Watson.
The Miss Bennett College pag
eant will be March 21 in the Ida
B. Goode Gymnasium.
Each candidate will deliver a
speech, answer an impromptu
question, perform talents, and
model evening wear.
Stewart, an English major from
Massechusets, has been Miss
Freshwoman, Miss Sophomore,
and the vice president of the Ben
nett College Choir. Her campaign
slogan is "The Choice of the New
Otey, a mass communications
major from Virginia, is the presi
dent of Mass Communicators Inc.
and has been Miss Nubian Nu
ance and president of Reader’s
Watson, a Washington, D.C.
native majoring in mass commu
nications, said she is a good can
didate for Miss BC because, as
her campaign slogan reads, she
has been "called according to his
The winner will be announced
April 7 at the annual President's
Dormitories getting a face-lift
Banner Reporter and Staff
While Belles were at home en
joying spring break, carpenters,
painters and plumbers, were busy
repairing campus facilities.
The repairs came after student
protests that took place Feb. 18.
and 19 on campus.
During the protests, students
complained to president Gloria
Randle Scott and members of the
Board of Trustees about a variety
of issues including unsanitary bath
rooms, clogged drains in the show
ers and sinks, and holes in the
Most of the complaints were
about Cone Hall.
Many things have been fixed
since the protest, Scott said.
“We asked that each house
council do a walk-through be
fore they left for spring break so
that the individual maintenance
needs of students and aJl of the
capital needs could be ad
dressed,” Scott said.
In Cone Hall, all of the bro
ken sinks and toilets have been
Face-lift Continued on Page 7
Top: Cone Hall entrance. New carpet has been
Installed In Cone's parlor. (Below) One of the new
sinks Installed In Cone. (Right) New tile and shower
fixtures Installed In Cone. Photos by Candace D. Evans.