Community Journal

Volume 3       Issue 20    March 3, 2008

Archived Journals


Hotel Rwanda:

A Lesson To Be Learned


Thurs. March 6th

7:00 p.m.

Trabant MPR's


Paul Rusesabagina

Rusesabagina speaks out against genocide and violence, using his own experience of the Rwandan genocide to demonstrate the importance and necessity of hope and peace.

Internships/Employment Opportunities

Interested in a Sales or Marketing Career?

Attend UD's Black and Decker

Career Night

Thurs. March 13th at 7:00 p.m.

Trabant University Center

Room 209-211

For more information visit:



Great Brands

Great Culture

Great Opportunities

  • Global Leader
  • Immediate Responsibility
  • $280K in Training
  • Promote from Within
Each One Reach One Corner


Mentor of the Month!

Shanyah J. Wright is a sophomore psychology major with a minor in educational studies and legal studies. In addition to being an EORO mentor, she is also a member of the BSU executive board where she serves as the sophomore class representative and head of the political actions committee. She considers it to be an honor to be named the EORO mentor of the month since being a blessing to other people is what she strives to do.


As the Each One Reach One Mentoring program “embraces the dawn of a new day”, we are looking for leaders like YOU.  If you are currently a mentor for the program, we would like to offer you a chance to take your leadership to the next level.  The program is now actively recruiting Mentor Coordinators for the 2008 – 2009 academic year.

Applications are available on the CBC's website or on the turnstyle in the CBC.

Applications are due to Fiona Caramba-Coker by Friday, March 21st 2008.

Mentors, February Contact sheets are due to your Coordinators by tomorrow, March 4th. You must also meet with your Coordinator by that date to enter into the February Mentor raffle.


Mentees, nominate your mentor for March Mentor of the Month!!  If you believe that your Mentor is an exemplary candidate for Mentor of the Month, send a ONE paragraph nomination telling us why by Friday March 14th.  E-mail all nominations to Fiona Caramba-Coker at


Cosmic Bowling Night!

Join EORO and NSBE for our Cosmic Bowling Night on Saturday, March 8, 2008 from 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight at the Brunswick Blue Hens Lanes

$3-EORO members
$5-General Public

Prices include:
- Two Hours of Bowling!!
- Bowling Shoes!!
- Food and Drinks!!
- Lots of Fun!!

Create your own lane of friends!! Sign up at the CBC to guarantee a lane!!



What's Going on this Week

Mon. March 3rd

First spring semester meeting of the Delaware Undergraduate Student Senate (DUSS).  It will take place on at 5:00 in Memorial Hall room 127.  We have some exciting updates on previous DUSS resolutions and changes coming to UD, and we would like to hear your thoughts on further steps we could take! 


Tues. March 4th




"Activities night"
7:14 pm-9:14pm
Christiana Commons

Come enjoy some free food, spades, board games, xbox and other fun activities with the Sigmas.


Wed. March 5th



"The N-word: Who can say it, who can't or should Anyone?"
Purnell 115

Come enjoy some refreshments and talk about issues of Blacks and Latinos with the Sigmas, Zetas and other Latino Greek organizations.

Any questions about Sigma Week can be directed to the chapter president Gregory Ward at (302)290-5550.

Thurs. March 6th

Hotel Rwanda: A Lesson To Be Learned.
Speaker: Paul Rusesabagina
Trabant Multipurpose Room
7:00 pm

Multicultural Programs
Sat. March. 8th

Multi-ethnic Career Development Conference

Trabant University Center

Multipurpose Rooms

Registration required, please visit:

Upcoming Events

Thurs. March 13th

Louis Redding Lecture: "Race in America: Beyond Black and White" featuring guest speaker Professor Frank Wu, Wayne State University from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Trabant University Center Theater


Sat. March 15th

2008 Heritage Bowl from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Purnell Hall. This fact-based, game show style competition is designed to increase knowledge and awareness of the contributions of African-Americans to our society. Also featuring African marketplace, step exhibition, and performances by local dancers and poets.


Sat. March 15th

A Delta Affair Step Show from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Grand Opera House, 818 N. Market Street in Wilmington. Tickets: $20, Music by Doc B.

For more information or to purchase tickets, call (302) 428-3141 or email


Sat. March 22nd

"We Hot Like Blu Phlame" from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. at Trabant Multipurpose Rooms

$8 off campus
$6 on campus
$4 for greeks

Dollar off for people wearing ROYAL Blu.


Wed. March 26st

"Kirk Franklin: The Power of Personal Accountability" at 7:00 p.m., Clayton Hall.


CBC Newsletter Submissions

Please contact Sharon Warren at to submit information for the next issue of the Community Journal.

Center for Black Culture Staff: 

Kasandra Moye, Director
Fiona Caramba-Coker, Graduate Assistant
Sharon Warren, Staff Assistant


Center for Black Culture
General Information
Monday-Thursday  8:00am-7:00pm
Fridays: 8:00am-5:30pm
Telephone: (302) 831-2991     Fax:  302-831-4097