Programs and events are free and open to the University community unless otherwise noted. All events that require tickets can be purchased at all University of Delaware Box Offices,  (302) 831-4012. For additional University events,  see UD Campus  Events. Feel free to contact the CBC to find out more about any of these  events, please contact us  or (302) 831-2991.

Date Event
  Homecoming 2006 ~

Friday, October 13, 2006

Black Alumni General Body Meeting
Where: Clayton Hall
Time: 6:30pm

Friday, October 13, 2006

CPAB Annual Comedy Show
Featuring Deon Cole, Talent, and Other Special Guests
Where: Clayton Hall
Time: 8pm, doors open at 7:30
Tickets go on Sale Wednesday, October 4th @ UD Box Offices and ALL Ticket Masters UD Students In Advance $8/At Door $10 All Others In Advance $12/At Door $15

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Reunion Row Tailgate
Time: 10am - 2pm

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Homecoming Football Game
UD Blue Hens vs. Hofstra
Where: Delaware Stadium
Time: 12 Noon
Free for Current UD Students
Admission: $12 for Alumni (Purchase tickets via UD alumni website link)

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Center for Black Culture & Black Alumni Association Annual BarBeQue
Where: Center for Black Culture
Time: 2pm-5pm
FREE Food!!!
And Much More!!!

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Alumni Step Exhibition
Where: Mitchell Hall Auditorium
Time: 7pm
Admission: $10

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Red Light Special Hosted by Kappa Alpha Psi
Where: Bob Carpenter Sports Building
Time: 10pm - 2am
$5 for UD students ALL NIGHT (ID required)

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Black Alumni Organization Homecoming Party
Where: Polidoro Italian Grille
Time: 11pm - 2am

Fall 2006 Events ~

Thursday, October 26, 2006

CPAB Presents: An Evening with Sistah Souljah
Where: Trabant Multipurpose Room
Time: 7:30 pm

To find out more about sister souljah visit

Thursday, November 9, 2006

An Evening with a Delaware Hero: A Conversation with Leonard L. Williams, Esquire
Where: Bayard-Sharp Hall
Time: 5:30 pm; A Reception will held at 4:30 pm

Leonard L. Williams, a native of Wilmington, enrolled in University of Delaware in 1952, two years after Parker v. University of Delaware, the case that desegregated the University in 1950. He was an outstanding scholar as well a star player on the varsity football team. After graduating, Williams obtained a law degree from Georgetown University. He returned to Delaware in the late 1950s and practiced law with Louis L. Redding until Redding’s retirement. Williams worked with Redding on many important civil rights cases including, among others, Evans v. Buchanan, the New Castle County school desegregation litigation. Williams also served as a municipal judge in Wilmington.

The program will examine the history African American students at U.D. and Civil Rights history in Delaware. The program’s moderator will pose questions that will allow Williams to discuss his experiences as a student at the U.D., his career as a Civil Rights lawyer and his experiences as a municipal judge in Wilmington. Williams’ many accomplishments should serve as an inspiration for minority students and other members of the U.D. community.

For reservations contact: Wanda Moore: or (302) 831-8971.