Your Complete List of Events for the Week of 9/9/2007

The Progressive Black Men, Inc. would like you to join them for Team Up: Support Black Business at Amen-Ras beginning tonight at 9:00pm. Come out to enjoy an evening of singing and poetry. Contact Patrick Dulcio at (305) 370-2095 or email at

FAMU’s WANM 90.5 FM will host an interest meeting on Sept. 10, 2007 from 7pm-8pm in the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication Lecture Hall. The Flava Station is looking to add more students to the 90.5 family. If you are interested in being an on-air personality, work in production or being apart of the street team, then come and see how the No. 1 HBCU Radio Station does it. Contact us at (850)599-3083.

The Omega Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, Inc. will host their Rush for Fall 2007 on Monday, Sept. 10, at 7:04 p.m at SBI in the West Wing Room #206. All majors are welcome. Business attire is encouraged. Email Elouise Bryant at for more information.

The School of General Studies welcomes the Freshman/Sophomore Year Experience Students (FSYE) to “The Hill” Tuesday from 3 p.m.-4 p.m. in the Rattlers’ Den. Come participate in an ice cream social and mingle with your peers, advisers, faculty and others. A calendar of events, applications for Mr. and Miss FSYE, Mr. & Miss General Studies and other General Information will be distributed. A DJ will be on site.

The FAMU S.A.F.E. Team is looking for new members, both paid and volunteer, to serve the FAMU community. Come to the interest meeting on September 11, 2007 at 7:00 pm in Benjamin L. Perry (east entrance) to learn how you can be apart of our organization. The primary mission of Students Available For Escorts (S.A.F.E. Team) is to provide escorts to and from on-campus locations to make our university a safer place to be at night. For more information contact Antoinette Abington at (620) 757-6509.

The Office of Student Activities will be hosting the 2007 Volunteer Fair Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Set. Representatives from 30 community agencies will be on display, interacting with the student body and highlight the main function of their organizations in order to draw assistants and volunteers. Some of the agencies scheduled to attend are Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Club, Habitat for Humanity, Head Start, YMCA and many more. Students and organizations are strongly encouraged to participate with the present agencies for service-learning opportunities and to earn hours for their Rattler Record. Contact Alex DeJarnett, Coordinator of Community Involvement in the Office of Student Activities at 599-3400 for more information.