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    February
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University
NEWS
BRIEFS
GRE,GMAT Prep
Sessions Scheduled
A preparatory course for graduate
school examinations will be offered on
five consccutive Saturdays at Winston-
Salem State University.
The course covers the GRE and
GMAT exams and will meet from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., beginning February 11.
For more information, call the Office of
Continuing Education, 750-2630. The
fee is $140.
WSSU to Host
Music Festival
Winston-Salem State University
will host a Music Festival featuring
John P. Kee and The New Life
Community Choir. Also performing
will be Angelo and Veronica and the
Inter-City Mass Choir. The Festival
will take place Saturday, March 4,
1995 at 7:30 p.m. at Kenneth R.
Williams Auditorium. Tickets will
be $12.50 and sold at the door only.
For more information listen to WSNC
FM 90.5.
True V Day Story page 2
Elvita Hunt page 4
Raminiscenee page 9
Grad Enjoys Volunteering ....page 11
Black History page 12
Did You Know...
In 1915, in Chicago, Illinois, five men
organized the Association for the
Study of Nego Life and History.
These men were Carter G.
Woodson, Alexander Jackson,
George Cleveland Hall, W.B
Hartgrove and J.E. Stamps,
CIAA: The Glamour of Gold
Begins on February 20!
Welcome to Winston-Salem CIAA
FANS!!!
Since last February, the City of
Winston-Salem has been planning for
and looking forward to the return visit of
20,000 plus CIAA basketball fans.
The Glamour of Gold, has been
chosen as the theme of this years’s
activities. Again this year, this city will
be gripped in “Tournament Fever”
during the week of February 20 - 25th.
The CIAA is composed of 14
Historically Black Colleges and
Universities (HBCUs) from Maryland to
North Carolina. Founded in 1912, it is
the oldest black athletic conference in
the nation. It is also the largest Division
II conference in the National Collegiate
Athletic Association (NCAA).
Along with the tournament’s games,
several exciting activities have been
planned throughout the week. A fashion
show, art exhibits, a cheerleading
exhibition, alumni dances, collegiate
dances and a golf tournament are
examples of some of the many activities
planned for CIAA fans.
For more specific information
about other CIAA activities, see
information below.
Tuesday - Friday, Feb 21 -.24
Coca-Cola Road Trip
Education Building, UVM Coliseum
3-9 p.m.
Saturday, February 25
Coca- Cola Road Trip
Education Building, LJVM Coliseum
10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Thursday, February 23
CIAA High School Day
UVM Coliseum Annex
8 a.m.- 1 p.m.
Friday, February 24
St. Paul’s College National Alumni
Assn.
“ Hits & Oldies” Dance
Ramada Inn Airport, Greensboro
10 p.m. - 3 a.m., $ 10
Shaw University
“ Oldies But Goodies Dance”
Hawthorne Inn, Winston-Salem
11 p.m. $ 5
NCCU
Alumni Disco
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel
11 p.m. until, $ 5
WSSU Alumni Assn.
“ Basement Party”
Best Western Regency Inn
11 p.m. - 3 a.m., $ 5
Elizabeth City State University
Viking Disco
Holiday Inn, Clemmons,
11:30 p.m - until, SIO
W-S Chapter, National Hampton
University Alumni Association
"Pirates Cove Cabaret"
W-S Urban League, 201 W. 5th St., W-S
10 p.m. - 2 a.m., $10 adv./ $15 at door
Saturday, February 25
WSSU National Alumni Assn.
“ Team Appreciation Breakfast”
Best Western Regency Inn
8 -10 a.m., $ 8
NCCU Alumni
‘Team Appreciation Breakfast”
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel
9 a.m., $ 10
VSU Athletic Boosters Club
Breakfast,
Holiday Inn North, 10 a.m.
CIAA Cheerleading Exhibition
Hanes Mall Center Court, 11:30 a.m.
CIAA Old Timers’ Game
LJVM Coliseum 1 p.m.
W-S Chapter, National Hampton
University Alumni Association
"Pirates Cove Cabaret"
W-S Urban League, 201 W. 5th Sl, W-S
10 p.m. - 2 a.m., $10 adv./ $15 at door
VSU Greater Petersburg Area
Alumni Assn.
Dance, Holiday Inn North- Coliseum,
10 p.m. - 3 a.m., $ 10
WSSU National Alumni Assn.
“ CIAA Big 50 Bash”
Benton Convention Center
10 p.m.- 2 a.m.
Shelton Matthews Trust
( Va. State Univ.)
Dance, Marriott Airport Hotel
10:30 p.m., $25
See Happenings, page 3
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