FAMU Announcements

The Valentines Day Reception and Dance will be held Feb. 12th in the Grand Ballroom from 9 p.m. to Midnight. Admission is free. For more information, contact Veronica Velery at famu_j4j@yahoo.com.

Victory Campus Ministries is sponsoring the first ever Reconciliation Week. There will be seminars geared toward black and white relationships, and reconciliation on our campuses. The event will take place from February 8th-10th at 8 p.m. in Moore Auditorium on FSU’s campus. For more information contact Olivia Ouimette at 445-6575.

The Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. is sponsoring a scholarship for the outstanding student who exhibits excellence in writing and concern for the state of black families. Applications can be picked up in the Office of Student Union and Activities. Submit a 2 to 4 page essay by is Feb. 14 at 5 p.m. For more information, email Brittnipitts@aol.com.

March of Dimes has several internship opportunities available during the Spring Semester. For more information, contact Thometta Cozart at tcozart@marchofdimes.com.

Mentor One has mentorship applications available in the Office of Student Union and Activities through Wednesday. For more information, contact George Olokun at mentoronefamu@yahoo.com

SGA is seeking talented individuals for Fridays on the Set. Contact Kimberly Peck at 599-3624 for more information.

Tune in to “SGA Talks” every Wednesday on WANM FM 90.5 the Flava Station with Host Young Dirty SGA President Virgil Miller and Vice President Keneshia Grant. For more information, e-mail host Young Dirty at Ydmobile@aol.com.

FAMU’s Relay for Life is looking for a resourceful person to serve as the Corporate Sponsorship Co-Chairperson. Interested students can pick up applications in the SGA office located on the second floor of the student union building. Contact Taccira Avery at 766-6809.

March of Dimes needs new teams for “Walk America” 2005. If you are interested in starting a team, raising funds or volunteering, e-mail Thometta Cozart at tcozart@marchofdimes.com.

The Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will feature “Delta News Break” the last Wednesday of each month in The Famuan. Submit questions concerning the state of the world to Karimah Bell at basocialaction@yahoo.com.

Make A Difference Tallahassee will hold its kick-off from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the FSU Union Ballrooms on Feb. 19. Register at http://www.fsu.edu/~service. For more information, contact Cristy Sibila at 906-9494. Graduate students are invited to apply for the Delores A. Auzenne Fellowship. Applicants must have an overall 3.0 GPA. Register on the Graduate Studies Web site or in Tucker Hall Room 400. Applications are due by March 1. For more information, contact Stacey M. Reese at 599-3505.

Partners in Prevention will host a health conference entitled “Don’t Let It Burn Part II.” There will be guest speakers to promote healthy sexual education. There will be free HIV testing and free food. For more information, please contact Sharron Foster at 599-3777.

Join the FAMU Royal Court and the Office of Student Union and Activities as they participate in the 16th National African American Read In. All interested students are encouraged to sign up in the Office of Student Union and Activities. More information will be provided Feb. 4 at 4p.m. in the Embassy Room. For further information, please e-mail Brooke Smith at Miss_FAMU_0405@yahoo.com.

The Beta Lambda Chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau Honorary Fraternity is hosting a blanket drive for the homeless. Please bring your new or gently used blankets to the basement office of building B of the Benjamin Banneker Technical Bldg. The organization will be accepting blankets until March 1. For more information, contact cm_mitchell21@hotmail.com or e-mail Joshua Montgomery at joshmont_3@yahoo.com.