Community Journal

Volume 3       Issue 26    April 21, 2008

Archived Journals

Employment/Internship Opportunities
What's Going on This Week

UD Facilities Summer Jobs

Positions available in
Custodial Manager Asst
Furnishings Asst Coordinators
Linen Clerks

Free housing available for students!

To apply online visit:

Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is currently recruiting health care volunteers to assist with our annual summer camp. Volunteers can apply for Week 1 (ages 6-13) which will run from June 7-14 or Week 2 (ages 14-21) which will run from June 14-21. Camp occurs in Worcester, PA (near Lansdale).

For more information contact Stephen Kolter at (610) 325-5758 or


Thurs. April 24

Fri. April 25




Sat. April 26

CPAB presents T-Pain with special guest Rick Ross at 8:00 p.m. at the Bob Carpenter Sports Center

S.P.I.T. Open Mic featuring: "Who holds the Crown Rap Battle" & After Party at 7pm at Trabant Rooms 209-211.

$1 to spit, $3 to sit, $6 to party

Combo: $3 spit/party or $5 to sit/party

If interested in the rap battle email Dion Hutt at

Dark Arts Performing Dance Company (DA) present “Memoirs:  A Mirage of Gifted Souls” at 7pm, Mitchell Hall

$4 advance/$6 at the door – with UD ID
$5 advance/$6 at the door – General Public

* Tickets on sale at all UD Box Offices now and at the door at 6:00 pm *



Sat. May 10th-UD Forum.

You are invited to attend this first-of-its-kind event that offers a day full of special activities, panel discussions, and entertainment celebrating both the great achievements the University has made and its aspirations for the future. The day kicks off with a keynote address from His Excellency Abdoulaye Wade, President of the Republic of Senegal, and will continue with panels on topics including alternative energy and climate change, women in business, corporate governance, arts and culture, and education.



Be part of UD's bright future!

Register now!

Students, faculty and staff attend at no cost, but registration is required. Registration includes the full day of panels and activities, international food fair on the Green, and an evening dinner reception at the Bob Carpenter Center!

For more information visit:

Upcoming Events
Sun. April 27-

Multicultural Fraternity & Sorority Interest Week. To view schedules visit:


Tues. May 20

CBC/BLC Award Ceremony


Newsletter Submissions

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

Each One Reach One Corner

* April Mentor of the Month
Mentees, if your mentor is an exemplary mentor and you beleive they deserve the title of Mentor of the month, send an e-mail to Fiona ( with one paragraph explaining why your mentor deserves the title. Nominatiions are due by April 22nd

* 2008-2009 Mentor applications are now AVAILABLE!!
Mentors AND Mentees, 2009-2009 Mentor applications are now available at the Center for Black Culture and online at our website,  Please fill out an application by TODAY!!

* EORO Battle of the Sexes
The 2008 Battle of the Sexes is Finally here!!!
Friday, May 16th 2008, 7PM at the CBC
Who is the better Sex???
Sign-up will be available at the CBC on April 24th




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