FAMU Announcements

Habitat For Humanity will hold a general body meeting at 8 p.m. in Perry Paige Room 410. For more information, contact Lauren at 915-5594.

The College of Engineering Science, Technology, and Agriculture will hold a career forum Monday through Wednesday in the Grand Ballroom of the H. Manning Efferson Student Union Building. For more information, contact Dr. Verian Thomas at 599-8816.FAMU Section of the National Council of Negro Women will host a Hip-Hop Era Talent Showcase. Applications for contestants are available in Student Activities and must be turned by Friday. For more information, e-mail hip_hopshowcase@hotmail.com.

Phi Beta Lambda Office is now open to all students, faculty and staff. Typing services are provided for term papers, reports, resumes, applications and much more. For more information, contact Dr. Mary Young at 599-3061.

UniverSoul Circus Tickets are available to all FAMU students with a valid Rattler Card at the ticket booth on the set Monday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. For more information, contact Alice Mathis at 599-3400.

College Level Academic Skills Test will be administered on Saturday, Feb. 21. Please stop by the CLAST office in 201 GEC-A to secure your admittance cards. For more information, call 599-3259.

Make a Difference Tallahassee city-wide day of service will be held Saturday, Feb. 21 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Students will be sent to local organizations that are in need of volunteers. All students, clubs and organizations are welcome. For more information, contact Anna O’Sullivan at 644-3325 or Estella Gray 383-1954.

FAMU Section of the National Council of Negro Women is accepting donations for Oprah’s Angel Network, a charity that raises money on behalf of South African children that have become orphans due to the AIDS epidemic. For more information, contact Stacey Kotei at 656-1359 or Kedra Lamar at 222-0552.

Judicial and Rules Committee will be providing parliamentary procedure training to clubs and organizations as well as interested individuals in the senate chambers. For more information, contact Keon Hardeman at 251-6369 or 599-3624 to set up a day and time.

Center for Equity and Cultural Diversity is requesting that all FAMU alumni, faculty and staff who are published authors contact their office in anticipation of a book signing fair. For more information, contact Buenita Lee at 599-3930.