Set Fridays are back. To get involved with Set Fridays, come by SGA to fill out a Set Participation Form. Submit completed forms to Activities Coordinator Jonathon Taylor.

The Tallahassee & African Sister Cities Coalition in collaboration with the Office of International Education & Development at FAMU invites you to participate in a 7-week community service field project in Tanzania, East Africa. This is for students and professionals. Applications are available in room 409 and 411 Tucker Hall. For more information contact Dr. Willie L. Butler at 561-2059 or email Willie.Butler@famu.edu

Calling all talent. Can you sing, rap, dance, recite poetry, do stand-up, etc? Then we want you! For more information contact Brandi Williams at (856) 397-6557 or email her at nevo_famu@yahoo.com

The Senior Class Cabinet will be participating in several community service projects throughout the year. Any seniors interested in receiving volunteer hours please contact Charlene Blandon at Blandon_c@yahoo.com

Journey Magazine is accepting applications for “The Hill’s” most super singles. If chosen, you will be featured in the annual upcoming Love & Relationships issue. Think you have what it takes? Come fill out an application Oct. 26 -Nov. 4 in the Journey Office, Room 3079 in the new SJGC Building. For more information contact Alaythia Burkins at A.Burkins@gmail.com

The Student Government Association will host the FAMU’s first iFest, on Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. with free food and lots of fun. Come out and enjoy gyros, beef kabobs, Mediterranian lasagna and other foods and giveaways of the Middle East.  For more information, contact Amanda Wilkerson at 561-2729 or e-mail Aman da1.Wilkerson@famu.edu.

The Alpha Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. will hold the Kappa Study Lounge on Wednesdays starting Nov. 2 from 6-7 p.m. in Gibbs hall and 7-8 p.m. in the Gray Core Complex. For more information contact Kenneth Perkins at Klpstyles@yahoo.com

The Jack L. McLean Community Center and Aquatics Complex will hold a community community showcase Friday, Nov. 4 at 6:30 p.m. Admission is $3. A community festival will be held Saturday, Nov. 5 from 11-4:30 p.m. For more information call 891-1819.  The African Caribbean Concert will be held Friday, Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in Lee Hall. Admission is free for FAMU students, $5 for the general public and $3 for seniors. The concert will feature Caribbean and African music, dances, and songs. For more information contact Dr. Jan DeCosmo at 412-7525 or email janetdecosmo@comcast.net

Spring Registration will begin Nov. 7. Contact your adviser about early registration and for more information.

The Sophomore Class presents “Testimony” Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. in Lee Hall. It will be a night filled with inspiration through song, dance, and life changing experiences. Admission is free. For more information contact Bethany Jones at BethanyJones8604@yahoo.com

If you’re looking for a church home in Tallahassee come and be a part of a young college growing congregation with that old fashioned church rhythm and modern day teaching at the Powerhouse Church of God In Christ. 454 Bel-Air Drive. If you need a ride or directions call Pastor Michael Moore at 251-1658 or visit www.powerhousecogic.net

Sister’s Alive presents a “Women’s Health Forum” Nov. 12 from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at New St. John AME Church. There will be free colon, eye, blood pressure, blood sugar, and HIV screenings as well as a breast awareness demonstration. There will be free lunch and door prizes. For more information contact Miaisha Mitchell at 224-8404.