Programs and events are free and open to the University community unless otherwise noted.
All events that require tickets can be purchased at all University of Delaware Box Offices, 
(302) 831-4012.
For additional University events,  see UD Campus  Events. Feel free to contact the CBC to find out more about any of these  events, please contact us  or (302) 831-2991.

 

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Date Event
  African Consciousness Celebration 2005
"Lest You Forget": The History, Struggles and Triumphs of Black America.
 

Announcements:

If you are celebrating a birthday, please stop by the CBC and post it on our monthly birthday board or email your name and birthday to cbc-mail@udel.edu Happy Birthday!

  The following Events are sponsored by:
Center for Black Culture, Cultural Programming Advisory Board, Black American Studies, Black Student Union, Women’s Studies and Women’s Affairs

Saturday,
March 19, 2005

Multi-Ethnic Career Development Conference
Trabant Multipurpose Rooms
10am-3pm

Theme: The Real World...Will You Be Ready?
This conference will provide freshmen and sophomore students with an opportunity to network and obtain information from alumni panelists and guest speakers about how to prepare for a successful career. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. The conference is limited to the first 100 students. To learn more information or to register, go the Career Services Center website at www.udel.edu/CSC.

Registration deadline is March 11, 2005.

Black Arts Festival Programs April 2005

Thursday,
April 7 , 2005

Lest We Forget: Black Students at the University of Delaware since the 1960’s*
Trabant Multipurpose Room B
5 pm
*Rescheduled from February 24th

This session involves a panel discussion by successive generations of black students at the University of Delaware since the 1960s. It begins with the reminiscences of representatives of the 60’s generation who pressed the University administration for the establishment of a Black Student Union, a Center for Black Culture, and the Black American Studies Program. The discussion will provide an opportunity to assess continuities and changes in the student experience on this campus.

Black Arts Festival Programs April 2005

Saturday,
April 9 , 2005

Annual NPHC Richard Dick Wilson Step Show
Bob Carpenter Center
7 pm (doors open at 6 pm)

Ticket Prices:
Advance -
$12 General Public
$10 UD Students/Faculty/Staff
Seniors 62+ and Kids under 12

At the Door -
$15 General Public
$12 UD Students/Faculty/Staff
Seniors 62+ and Kids under 12

Black Arts Festival Programs April 2005

Saturday,
April 9, 2005

NPHC After Party
Carpenter Sports Building
10 pm – 3 am

Combo Tickets (step show and party):
$14 for UD Students only w/ ID – sales end 4/8/05

Black Arts Festival Programs April 2005

Wednesday,
April 13, 2005
An Evening with Nicki Giovanni
Topic: Diversity is Art: Art is Diversity
Trabant Multipurpose Rooms
7:30 pm
Free & open to the public



Nikki Giovanni, a self-proclaimed “Black American, daughter, mother and professor of English,” has been one of our most celebrated and controversial poets for over 25 years. Always insistent on presenting the truth, Giovanni commits her words and her passion to the fight for social justice. With numerous collections of poetry and essays, she speaks with humor on the creativity in all that we do. As a professor of poetry, writing, and literature at Virginia Polytech University , she continues to educate and inspire.

Rap artist Ludacris

Thursday, May 12, 2005

Rap artist Ludacris in concert

Bob Carpenter Center
Doors will open at 7 p.m.
Tickets:
$29.50 for UD students with valid ID
$39.50 for all others


Sponsored by the Cultural Programming Advisory Board (CPAB) and the Student Centers Programming Advisory Board (SCPAB).

For more information, call (302) 831-2991, visit [http://copland.udel.edu/stu-org/scpab/] or e-mail [ud_cpab@hotmail.com].

  Programs and events are free and open to the University community unless otherwise noted. All events that require tickets can be purchased at all University of Delaware Box Offices,  (302) 831-4012. For additional University events,  see UD Campus  Events. Feel free to contact the CBC to find out more about any of these  events, please contact us  or (302) 831-2991.