FAMU Announcements

The Famuan will create a complaint box for students to voice their concerns about the newspaper.

If you have been affected by a tragic event, Journey Magazine would like to feature you in it’s Love/Relationships issue. Please contact Samaria Bailey at 915-4015 or samariabailey@hotmail.com.

The Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. will host “Express Yourself!” fine arts contest in which the theme is “Your vote, your voice.” Submit writings, drawings, paintings or sculptures to Ms. Ross at Student Health Services in Foote-Hilyer until Nov.1 at 4 p.m. Contact Natalie Holmes at natalie.holmes@earthlink.net.

The Sophomore Class Cabinet has a comment box located in the office of student activities. Contact Melynie at xylophone_03@yahoo.com for more information.

The Sophomore Class community affairs committee has community service projects available. We all need community service hours for graduation! Contact Deidre Davis at 321-356-6447 or Jamila Ealey at 720-217-4246.

The Black Archives is re-routing tours due to construction. All public tours of the Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum at the Carnegie Library facility have been suspended for the remainder of 2004 due to construction and public safety regulations. Reference services will be limited. Guests wanting to tour Carnegie Library are asked to please visit the Black Archives’ satellite facility located at the Union Bank in downtown Tallahassee, 219 Apalachee Parkway. To schedule a group tour of the Union Bank contact 561-2603 or 599-3020.

FOCUS 2005 is sponsoring a Georgia Tech campus visit for 10 students interested in attending graduate school there. The deadline is Nov. 12. For more information, visit www.focus.gatech.edu or contact Linda Knight at 599-3505 or e-mail lindaknight@famu.edu.

“SGA Talks” hosted by Young Dirty airs every Wednesday from 12:30 – 1 p.m. on WANM 90.5. Contact WANM 90.5 at 599-3083 or the flavastation@hotmail.com for more information.

Camp Adventure is looking for students interested in traveling abroad and working with children. Contact Tia Smith at famu@campadventure.com or 561-2989.

The Student National Alumni Association is looking for officers for this school year. Contact Torey Alston at famu02@aol.com or 877-4705.

The School of Journalism and Graphic Communication needs volunteers for the month-long Black History Month Festival in February. Contact Alexia R. Robinson at 599-3159 or e-mail blackhistorymonthfestival@yahoo.com.

The Museum of Florida History will showcase 23 pieces of art created by a group of black artists through Jan. 9 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Contact Erik Robinson at 245-6400.

Do you have problems, suggestions or concerns? The Department of Student Welfare has issue forms for students to fill out in SGA. Please take a form and turn it into the secretary or deputy secretary of Student Welfare box. Contact Kimberly Peck at 264-1067 or peck_kimberly@msn.com.

Early Academic Advisement for Spring 2005 will be held through Nov. 30 in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and Benjamin Banneker Tech Building A. Call or e-mail your academic adviser to make an appointment.

Volunteers are needed for Hallelujah Night, a Christian alternative to Halloween. Contact Crishana D. Mitchell at 575-5400.

The 2004 FAMU Student Research Forum will be held Nov. 5 in the New Pharmacy Building.

The S&R Administration is looking for graduate students to be a part of the cabinet. E-mail famugraduateclass@yahoo.com for more information.

The Campus Recreation Freedom Walkers want you to join them as they take steps toward better health Monday-Thursday from 5:30-7 p.m. on FAMU’s track. Contact Kristin or Cathy at 599-3785 or campusreckristin@yahoo.com.

The NCNW is compiling “FAMU Black Pages,” a business directory, and is looking for student-owned businesses. Contact Jessica Fields at 321-1799 or e-mail jafields1984@hotmail.com.

The “Community Eye,” TV show and “Time Out 4 Sports” show are looking for writers, P.R. students, editors, reporters, graphic design and more. E-mail Robyn K. Mizelle at RKMiz05@yahoo.com.

Journey magazine is looking for an online editor for the 2004-05 school year. If you know how to create and design web pages and will be available to update the Web site, contact Russell Nichols at journey_editor@yahoo.com.

Double Dose Thursdays (Bible study and a meal) will be held every Thursday at 6 p.m. in the Office of New Student Orientation. Contact Marisa Montgomery at 222-3092.

Participants Needed!! Stress? Anxiety? Depression? If you are interested in receiving to assist in more effective management of stress, anxiety and depression, your participation is requested to assist in this scientific endeavor to train and educate everyday people in the management of these common symptoms. Contact Gwendolyn Singleton 412-7872.

ATTENTION! ATTENTION! The Graduate and Senior Class Officers are conducting a poll concerning the time of the Spring 2005 Commencement Ceremony. It is proposed that the start time of the ceremony be at 7 a.m. We would like to get your feedback on this issue. Please e-mail your comments to your respective class e-mail account. Seniors: famuseniorclass@yahoo.com and Grad Students: famugraduateclass@yahoo.com.

Submissions to the Calendar are due by Monday at 10 a.m. for Wednesday’s issue, Wednesday by 10 a.m. for Friday’s issue and Friday by 10 a.m. for Monday’s issue. Entries run on a first-come, first-served basis and may be edited for space.