Welcome to the Center for Black Culture's Community Journal,
weekly announcement of events/programs/issues of interest to you.
April 14, 2009 Archived Journals

Announcements || Multicultural Programs || Employment/Internship Opportunities || Each One Reach One
CBC News || Upcoming Events || Student Organization News || Newsletter Submissions

CBC News/Information

Young Jeezy & Drake in Concert
Thursday, April 30th
8pm (Doors open at 7pm), Bob Carpenter Center
Tickets are on sale now at all UD Box Offices!
Admission: $25 students w/ID, $30 for the general public.

Center for Black Culture and the Black Student Union presents...
Annual Kente Stole Ceremony
Friday, May 29th
7pm (reception at 6pm), Clayton Hall-Main Ballroom

Those wishing to attend the ceremony should make a reservation by calling (302) 831-2991 or by sending e-mail to [slw@udel.edu] by May 18th.

Multicultural Programs

Anderson Cooper
Wednesday, April 15th
8:30pm, Bob Carpenter Center

Anderson Cooper 360° airs weeknights on CNN.  As host, Cooper has covered nearly all of the world’s major news in recent years. He spent more than a month in Hurricane Katrina-ravaged areas immediately following the storm and has returned to the Gulf Coast more than 20 times since.

Kaleidoscope Talent Show
Friday, April 17th
8pm, Trabant MPRs

A talent showcase featuring the campuses hottest dancers, singers, actors, and steppers.  Come out and enjoy this FREE show!  Sponsored by the Office of Admissions.

2009 UD Dance Team Audition Weekend
April 18th from 10am-4pm
April 19th from 12pm-4:30
Carpenter Sports Building

17th Annual Richard "Dick" Wilson Step Show
Saturday April 18th
Doors Open at 6pm, Bob Carpenter Center

The After-Party (College ID Required)
Saturday April 18th
10pm, Trabant University Center

Tickets for both events on sale now at UD Box Offices!

Join us in celebrating Asian Heritage Month with two upcoming programs:

Up the Yangtze
Sunday, April 19th
7:30pm, Trabant Theater

Filmmaker Yung Chang sensitively examines the social & cultural effect of building the Three Gorges Dam which has a dynamic affect on the personal lives of two people. Will they be able to rebuild after the dam or will their lives be forever transformed?

“Tai Chill”
Come Learn Tai Chi with Professor Kevin Sun
Monday, April 27th
7pm, Perkins Collins Room

Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art form that utilizes slow, flowing movements meant to expand the mind and focus the body's energy. Email theajo@udel.edu by April 22nd to RSVP.

HOLA presents An Evening with John Leguizamo
Tuesday, April 28th
7:30pm, Trabant MPRs

Tickets are on sale now at all UD Box Offices.
Admission: $5 UD Students/$10 Faculty


April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Click here
for a full list of events

Attention Business Majors!
Dining Etiquette Workshop
Tuesday, April 28th
6pm, Blue & Gold Club

You will have the opportunity to learn more about Dining Etiquette, as well as network with Ernst & Young professionals. Interested students should sign up in 102 Purnell or contact Ashleigh Brown at arbrown@lerner.udel.edu.

CBC Newsletter Submissions

Please email slw@udel.edu to submit information for the next issue of the Community Journal.


Each One Reach One

March Mentor of the Month Nominations are due.
If your Mentor is an exceptional Mentor, send a nomination of 3-5 sentences explaining (with examples) why your Mentor deserves to be the Mentor of the Month. Email nominations to foscc@udel.edu.

March Mentor Contact sheets are due.
Please bring them to the CBC.

Are you a Leader?
Do you like helping Others?
Do you want to make a difference?

If you answered "YES" to these questions, the Center for Black Culture invites you to become a mentor in the Each One Reach One Mentoring Program (EORO). To apply, click here  or stop by the CBC and pick up an application.

Deadline for EORO Mentor Application is April 28th, 2009!!  Get your application in TODAY!!

Student Organization News

S.P.I.T. & Independence Complex Community Council presents
PJ's and DJ's
Thursday, April 16th
7pm, George Read North Lounge

ASPIRE presents: PRAXIS I Exam Review Workshops
FREE English and Math Review Workshops
Saturday, April 18th
9am- 2:30pm
(FREE Lunch)
FREE Praxis Review Books for the first 15 students
to RSVP to Nakehia Primus at nprimus@udel.edu by April 10th (Open to ALL teacher education majors who need to take the PRAXIS I).

Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA)
Day of Games
Saturday, April 18th
11am, Center for Black Culture

Food, fun and fellowship!

DASA presents Snapshot of Africa: Tales by Moonlight
Friday, April 24th
7pm (doors open at 6:30pm), Bacchus Theatre

Join DASA for an unforgettable night of food, fun, fashion and entertainment!

Dark Arts Spring Concert
Saturday, April 25th
7pm, Mitchell Hall

Career Entrepreneur Organization (C.E.O.) presents
Speed Networking Social
Wednesday, April 29th
2:30pm, Perkins Gallery

This is a great opportunity for students to build networks and meet recruiters from various companies (KPMG, Air Products, DuPont, PWC, etc)

CPAB presents Young Jeezy & Drake
Thursday, April 30th
8pm (Doors open at 7pm), Bob Carpenter Center
Tickets are on sale now at all UD Box Offices!
Admission: $25 students w/ID, $30 for the general public.

Solace Gospel Dance Crew presents
New Beginnings Concert
Saturday, May 9th
6pm (doors open at 5:30pm), Mitchell Hall

Admission: $3 for UD students, staff, and faculty, $5 for the general public.

Internship Opportunities

No current listings.

Employment Opportunities

Career Services Teacher Education Career Fairs

Tuesday, April 21, from 12:30-6pm &
Wednesday, April 22, from 8am-6pm,
Bob Carpenter Center

Career Services Center Spring Career Fair 2009
Thursday, April 23rd
12-3:30pm, Bob Carpenter Center

U.S. Dept of Defense-Missile Defense Agency


Scholarship/Grant Opportunities

Center for International Studies presents
Fulbright Grants Information Session 

Tuesday, April 21st
4pm, Collins Room, Perkins Student Center
This session is for juniors, seniors and graduate students interested in applying for Fulbright grants for 2010-2011 (deadline Oct. 1).

Volunteer Opportunities

No current listings.



University of Delaware
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