8 • BENNETT BANNER •DECEMBERS, 1994
Briefs and Reviews
For Your Information
ON AND OFF CAMPUS NEWS BRIEF
Christmas break schedule
Reading Day is Dec. 9 followed by Final Exams Dec.
10-16. Christmas Break officially begins Dec. 16 at 5 p.m.
Dorms will reopen Jan. 8. and classes will resume Jan. 11.
Have a safe break.
Summer program for pre-med students
A six-week summer program is being offered for
minority college students and considering careers in the
medical field. The program will be held at Baylor College of
Medicine and Rice University in Houston, Texas. Partici
pants will spend mornings in medical settings and afternoons
in class while receiving college credit. Housing and allow
ance will be provided. Students selection will be based on
academic achievement. Application deadline is March 1,
1995. For information call (800)-633-798-4841.
Bennett program plans tour to Spain
The Bennett Tours has scheduled a 14-day tour July
15-28, 1995. The tour will cover Madrid and several cities
surrounding it. To register for the tour a deposit of $40 is due
Dec. 21 for airfare and a $60 deposit for the land trips is due
Jan. 21. Deposits are non-refundable. Checks should be made
payable to the Bennett Tours and fowarded to Dr. Marie S.
Tollerson Box 64 Bennett College 900 E. Washington St.
Greensboro, N.C. 27401.
Mrs. Winner's restaurant discounts Bennett community
Bennett students and faculty can receive a 10 percent
discount for selected meals at “Mrs. Winner’s Chicken &
Biscuits restaurant located at 814 Summitt Ave. Bennett IDs
required for discount.
UNCF telethon scheduled
The annual United Negro College Fund will take
place Jan. 7 at 6 p.m. in the Marriot located near the Pied
mont Triad International Airport.
This month in Black Herstory
1- In 1955, Rosa Parks was ar
rested after refusing to take a back
seat in a public bus in Montgom
FROM ALL OF US
Cinzia "Buffy" Atkinson
lated the Montgomery Boycott
bringing to national attention Rev.
M.L. King’s strategy of Non-vio
lent passive resistance.
13- Dinah Washington the “Queen
of the Blues” died in Detroit,
Michigan in 1963.
23- Madame C. J . Walker, busi
ness woman, beauty culturist, bom
in Delta, Louisiana. She was
known for the inventicm of the
Individuals and Student
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Math tutor for Compentency Test in
March. Will pay. Price negotiable.
Come by Banner Office or call; 275-
THE CRITIC'S CORNER
Jambons is jammin
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It appears as a flower
would, blooming on the first day of
Spring. Our facial expressions were
probably abnormal, on sight, but
considered normal after just hav
ing to read some of the names of the
dishes at, Jambons Grille &
Smokehouse. Jambons "Blooming
Onion," is an appetizer that they
serve, that with no doubt you want
to try it because of its name.
This decor would leave you
with every bit of anticipation on
what was going to be served on the
menu. You receive a sense of wil
derness with the creative style of
decor. At the table, was matchless
varieties of sauces and spices cre
ated by the Jambons cooks. My
eyes got big and jokes flew across
the table after just exploring the
menu. Creative, although unusual
were the pictures of the different
animals that can be served as a
Starting out the evening
with a glass of water and sweet
ened tea, was a breeze in mind
and in service. After minutes of
sweating, 1 decided to get some
thing that I had been familiar with
in taste and looks.
It goes by the name of
"Jambons Smokehouse Ham
sandwich" with Cheddar witii
barbecue beans, waffled fries and
a side of spiced rice ($6.95).
Grilled and sliced to the bone
was the ham.
Everything is either
grilled, smoked, or blackened at
Jambons restaurant and every
thing that I had was good. The
food is reasonably priced and
will most definitely fill you up.
The portions of one meal can
feed two people. Very friendly
and helpful waitresses and wait
ers, indeed. Come and enjoy a
great meal at Jambons restau
rant. Jambons is located on
5513 W. Market St.
"Spearhead" uniquely funly
1 r\ n y-v
A new music group,
“Spearhead” has made its debut on
the hip hop scene and witii their
talent and styl. T hey wiU definitely
grab your attention.
Their debut album
collection of sounds. The group,
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opportunities and early deadline
draped with dread locks and funky,
bagging clotiies, are part of the black
youths today that are aware of their
African roots and aren’t afraid to
show them. Their mixture of music
and hip hop rap lyrics promotes
their views well. Much like the
group Arrested Development,
Spearhead's style includes various
types of music including. Rap,
Reggae, Jazz, and R&B. On the
ttack entiUed “People in the
Middle,” samples of all types of
music can be heard. The other 12
singles are each unique and filled
with knowledge about and for Uie
Black youths. Spearhead’s al
bum, now in stores, is a con
scious awakening masterpiece
that brings the blackrace “Home. ”
Writing Center is now open. Writ
ing fellows are free to assist anyone
with a writing assignment. The Cen
ter is located in the fonner copy room
of the Holgate Library.
For special cards or invitions, try "Love
Life Creations" by Maria! Calligraphy,
and other decorative writing for any
occasion stop by Player Hall room 219
or call me at 230-1927.
(will do any typing)
OBJECTIVE: To provide services
for the students who don't know how
or don't want to type. FEE: $lper
handwritten page. LOCATTON-
Player Hall Rm 203. Phone (910)
691-8128 (leave messages).
"If God didn't give it to you Erika
* Cut * Penn * Color * Scrunch
waves * French rolls
For more information please call
me at (910) 274-0559
Hair by Camille Overton
* Weaves * Cutting * Coloring
* Finger Waves * Perms
Come by Player Hall Room 204
VCR/TV /CD Players
Car Stereos, Repaired
SheU B 370-8709
I design custom made Kufes, all col
ors for $10. Come by Cone Hall for
Audra Sabir Room 27 or call 230-
1085 to place an order. Don't be fooled
by the rest, for quality and custom fit
come to the best
Suppose you’ve a special ocassion to
make and a decision is hard. Don't
ftet. Here's a gift inexpensive. Pur
chase a stand-up card. Contact Nicole
Future Miss America's;
Do you have the desire to represent
your state on the local and state level?
Need assistance in wardrobe planning
and talent? Look no fiither. I'm here to
assist all pagent inquiries for coach
ing. Call 691-9890.
* The California Connection*
Are you from Cali? Do you miss home?
Or do you want to represent the West
Coast? Then come one come all and
understand that you can run but you
can't hide from the Westside. Call 373-
9867. Ask for Ms. Hughes.
If any students need help dealing
with a loved one who has been
inflicted with HIV/AIDS or sim
ply want to know more about the
disease, contact me I'm a frained
HTV/AIDS counselor and will
answer any questions reguarding
Write to Tasha Gordon campus
A big sister to all and someone to talk
to. Call 373-9867. Cone HaU 48.
JuniorQass is selling doughnuts. $2.50
a box. See any Junior Class Officer.
GET EM WHILE THEY LAST.
Do you want to Go-Go to the
Show (D.C.). If so ride with the
best on the C.S. Lewis Express.
For more information call
1-800-608-2969 ext DC (32).
If you are looking for spritual
uphfiting call Nicole Isaac 292-6318
Don't let the devil and the trials of life
bring you down. Always look to the
Lord and he will give you the answers!
And remember pray without ceasing!!
Interested in compUmentary
facial? See Melodi about
MARY KAY PRODUCTS
in Cone Hall Room 7
or call 273-9015