Community Journal

Volume 3       Issue 28   May 5 , 2008

Archived Journals

Employment/Internship Opportunities
  What's Going on This Week

Are you looking for a unique internship for the upcoming semesters?

Disney Theme Parks and Resorts are offering professional internships for students interested in having that experience.  Each position is paid, and focuses on the individual participant’s field of study.  Programs include:  coordinating special events, costume design, stage technology, media relations, communications, human resources, education, graphic design, biotechnology, and so much more.  The program also allows participants to design their own academic curriculum to possibly receive college credit. 

Please visit for more information.  You won’t want to miss out on this great opportunity!

Positions are posted on

For specific deadlines, please review each individual posting.

Furnished apartments available, housing costs include utitilites, cable hook up, high-speed internet and several amenities, are $129 a week. Directly deducted from Cast Members paychecks.

Disney offers networking opportunites, cast member exclusives, educational opportunities, and theme park admissions/merchandise discounts.



May 5-11

  Delta Week


May 5


Final Delaware Undergraduate Student Senate (DUSS) meeting at 5:00 in Memorial Hall room 127.  We will be discussing some of the important issues that we have worked on this year and providing a summary of our progress.  We need your feedback to keep building DUSS into a strong voice for the student body!

As always, if you have a resolution to present, please stop by the SGA office in 223 Trabant University Center to pick up a form or feel free to contact me (

May 8

Black Violin, a classically trained, three-time Apollo-winning duo, will perform at 8:30 p.m., in Multipurpose rooms A, B and C of the Trabant University Center. For more info visit:


May 10

UD Forum Charting Our Path to Prominence
Join us for a day of special activities, panel discussions, and entertainment celebrating both the great achievements the University has made and its aspirations for the future. For more info visit:



Upcoming Events

DART offers free passes to UD community

DART First State, the primary public transportation system that operates throughout Delaware, is offering free three-week bus passes to UD students, faculty and staff. To receive a free three-week bus pass, fill out the online form at [].

UD Writing Center offers additional hours

Writing Center has begun offering additional tutoring hours from 6-9 p.m., Sundays, in the common study lounge of George Read Hall..

Students are invited to bring their writing questions and concerns to peer tutors during these free walk-in sessions


May 20

s Ceremony at Trabant MPR's. Reminder: Get your nominations in.  The date for the nominations has been extended to May 9th. Attached is the list of awards and their descriptions.

May 21

CPAB presents “Annual Outdoor Festival” on the North Green. End the Semester the right way, with fun, food, and your friends!!


May 30

CBC and BSU presents “Annual Kente Stole Ceremony” at 7pm, Pearson Hall


  Newsletter Submissions

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

Each One Reach One Corner

EORO Battle of the Sexes is Finally here!!!

Friday, May 16th 2008, 7PM at the CBC
Who is the better Sex???
Sign up for the event is NOW AVAILABLE at the CBC

May Mentor of the Month Nominations are due by May 16t
h.  Nominations should include examples of why your mentor is an exceptional mentor, and should be e-mailed to

For the Mentor Applications that are available, you don't have to currently be in EORO to apply. Freshman are encouraged to apply to be mentors for next year.  If we receive yourr application by May 15th, you'll will be entered into a raffle to win a $50 gift card to Best Buy.













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