Campus Notes

Alpha Kappa Alpha will hold a Pearls of Wisdom Seminar about “What is Your Self Worth” tonight at 6:08 p.m. in Diamond /McGuinn Basement. For more information, call Courtney Smith at 562-0278.

The Northeastern Vibe Organization is sponsoring the “Change” a Life Campaign to raise money to provide free mammograms for under privileged women in Tallahassee. Please donate your spare change and help change a life. Donations can be made in the Orange Room and in the Campus Bookstore for the entire month of October. For more information, call Antonia at 576-4374 or Nisah at 325-1799.

The National Council of Negro Women is hosting the first of a series of seminars entitled “Blueprints for Success,” which are designed to educate students on how to write resumes and cover letters in addition to interviewing skills on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in Phase III Recreational Room. For more information, call Georgette Orr at 224-6386.

The FAM Association for the Education of Young Children (FAM-AEYC) will have a general body meeting for new and old members Wednesday at 6 p.m. in GEC-A room 102. For more information contact Tamara LoRay at 575-1695 or email us at

The Senior Class is sponsoring Battle of the Schools on Oct. 26. All interested students who would like to represent their school by participating in basketball, flag football, trivia bowl, or relay racing are asked to register by Tuesday. For more information, call Latoya Newell at 504-9939.

The Organization and Finance Committee is accepting applications for allocation of Senate Funds. For more information, e-mail or call Robert Brewer at 599-3624.

Sigma Gamma Rho is having a Birthday of the Month Giveaway. Freshmen should send their birthday information and why they feel they need to win a birthday party for their month to

The Northeastern Vibe Organization (Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts , New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont) will hold a general body meeting Wednesday, at 7 p.m. in 300 Tucker Hall. For more information, call Nisah at 325-1799.The Biology Student Organization will hold its first official meeting Thursday at 7 p.m., in 200 Jones Hall. For more information, call Walter Conwell at 915-5602 or Tasha Lee at 528-9169.

Model United Nations Association will have a general body meeting for students interested in international affairs and the activities of the United Nations, tonight at 7:30, in 104 Tucker Hall. For more information, call Ashley Scott.

The School of Graduate Studies and Research will offer a free GRE Preparation course every Tuesday, at 6:15 p.m., in the General Classroom building, rm 101. For more information, call Tara Lake at 599-3505.

The FAMU National Pan Hellenic Council will host Greeks Gone Wild, The Official Toga Party, Saturday 10 p.m. at The Armory. College ID required to party, free juice all night. A limited number of Pre-sell tickets are available at the Ticket Booth on the set from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday For more information, call Heck at 251-513 9 or visit

The School of General Studies is sponsoring Early Bird Advisement for the spring semester until Oct. 31, in the Gore Education Center, rm 104A. For more information, call The School of General Studies at 561-2105.

The FAMU National Pan Hellenic Council and 96.1 Jamz will host the 2002 Greek step-plosion 7 p.m. Friday, in Gaither Gymnasium. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.Tickets go on sale Monday through Friday at the ticket booth on the set from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Tickets are $12 Monday through Thursday and $15 day of the show. For more information, call Heck at 251-5139 or visit

College Democrats will hold a meeting Thursday, at 7 p.m. in 405 Jackson Davis, rm 405. For more information, call 915-5164.

~ compiled by Teandra Delancy