It's Wednesday, October 10, 2001.
Today's news awaits...!
<<WHAT IS HOWARD TALKING ABOUT TODAY?
<HOMECOMING 2001...get into the Howard V.I.B.E.
Homecoming 2001 activities for Wednesday, Oct. 10, include:
3 p.m.-- Alumnus Keith Alexander is the Washington
Post's business travel columnist. Listen to WHUR-96.3FM's
"Live with Doug and Lorna" this afternoon to see
what paths he's traveled since graduating from the
School of Communications in 1991. (See today's
5 p.m. -- Alumnus Everett Hall has never feared the fashion
police. Look at his client list and you could easily presume
he is the commissioner. WHUR-96.3 FM's "ALL ABOUT
HOWARD" week continues as "Live with Doug and Lorna"
finds out how this 1983 graduate fashioned his own
catwalk career success. (Visit http://www.EverettHallDesigns.com)
7 p.m.--Reggae Concert at Cramton Auditorium. For tickets,
call 202-806-7198. (Visit http://www.HowardUHomecoming.com)
Are you a MODEL of leadership...health and beauty?
ESSENCE magazine and Luster Products will conduct a MODEL
SEARCH at the ESSENCE "Hot Spot," Saturday, Oct. 13, on the Yard!
Interested applicants should bring a non-returnable photo
and will be asked to complete an application form. Applicants making the
will be contacted by Luster Products during the month of
NOVEMBER. For more information, see the flyers posted in your residence
and throughout the campus, or call 1-800-621-4255 (x 222).
For information on the free day of fun, health and beauty at the ESSENCE
You don't have to be a model to enjoy fashion!
See what's new this season at Howard University's annual
Homecoming Fashion Show and Brunch at NOON on Sunday, Oct. 14,
in the Capitol Hilton Hotel. Proceeds support student
scholarships! For ticket information, call 202-238-2430.
<FESTIVAL AIMED AT "FEELING BETTER" (10/11/01)
Members of the University community are invited to attend
the "Feel Better Festival" on Thursday, Oct. 11,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m .in the Blackburn University Center
Reading Lounge. The festival offers information
on recognizing and coping with emotions such as sadness and
hopelessness...and behaviors such as
chemical dependencies and suicide. Enjoy free information,
screenings, food and prizes.
<<WHAT ELSE IS HOWARD UNIVERSITY TALKING ABOUT TODAY?
<-Early Learners Hold Open House (TODAY, 9 a.m. to NOON, Human
<-Historians Angle in on Women, World History, Angola (TODAY, 3
p.m., Douglass Hall/B21)
<-Roundtable Examines Terrorism (10/17/01)
<-Academic Survival Workshop Scheduled (10/17/01)
<-Bryan Included Among "Men of Letters and Music (10/20/01)
<-HUAA Sponsors Norfolk Bus Trip (10/27/01)
<-Research Participants Required to Register
<-Printmaker's Passions, Life Lessons on Exhibit
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