The Register, 1983-03-01
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financial aid are being sent let ters informing them to attend the workshops dalton said on-one mpion ey ms presented with trophy and a 200-dollar check y bill ronemus miller representative for i.h caffey distributing co in corbett sports centei monday nightftvioro by mike whitiker to an in addition nouncements being aired over wnaa the campus radio sta tion students who are on too many students return to campus in the fall without having filed she added the packages were distributed in the dormitiories prior to the christmas holidays the chief objective of the workshops which began monday and will continue through friday is to assist students in completing their 1983-84 family financial statement ffs accurately and on time said alberta dalton director of student financial aid students needing assistance in completing their federal financial aid forms have the opportunity to receive help through a series of workshops being held in the dowdy building what black history month means to me operation push people united to save humanity wants reciprocity instead of generosity from the anheuser-busch beer company what it wants is for the company to trade on a na tional level with black companies instead of just contributing to them staff writer by gina davis hopkins a&t isn't participating in the anheuser-busch boycott on the local level that's because r.h barringer distributing co the area distributor for anheuser-busch trades with black businesses in greensboro according to sga president bobby staff writer by jamie c ruff lectures and speakers presented for black history month allow a clearer perspec to most a&t students last month's black history month observance was a time to pay homage to black people who've contributed to society miller also said that black history month allows blacks to retain their identity we're striving for reminded of who we are where we're from and what history remember past ac complishments but added every day should be a remembrance of black unified instead of celebrating the shortest month of the year it should be an everyday event does a devout christian thank the lord only on sunday inelle hodge a sophomore professional english major said that black history month is a time to maria thomas a freshman electrical engineering major agrees that black history month contributes to the pre sent by way of the past she said when a lot of people become successful they forget where they came from black history month makes them remember that their history is something to be proud of because it is not inferior to the history of other peoples our station of life she said we have been through a lot and we're going through a lot if we did not have these events in the first place none of these questions â€” such as who did what and who achiev ed this â€” would come up without looking at our past we would not be concerned about our future tive i think we should thank god for black history month said michael ratcliff a junior profes sional english major frank miller a senior ma joring in social work agreed with williams he said black history month is an awareness of a culture that should never cease to be pre sent in the minds of black americans we need to be rosalind williams a junior electrical engineering major said black history month is an inspiration to our younger generation in giving them leadership and goals to believe in themselves to where they can say i am somebody and i can succeed and to our older generation in saying we have achieved " month some however question the vailidity of black history every black person should reconize and every school should do something to reconize those leaders that helped us come over to reach charma lazenby an ad vanced freshman majoring in electrical engineering said that black history month is not only a time to consider the past but to meditate on the present and future shari alston a junior business administration ma jor said black history month is a broad subject when it comes to me traditionally it's a time to look back on the past history of black people from where they've come from to where they're going a lot of people take it for granted and don't know what black history month means " she added that usually what's learned about black history are those things writ ten by whites but the movies black history month means that blacks get a chance to learn about themselves without a distorted view said lisa foust a sophomore industrial technology major a number of students said black history month allows blacks to develop an understanding of the black race bill webster a freshman from clinton said black history month shouldn't be one month out of a year he added we aren't even to me black history month means nothing said debra derr director of pro gramming at wnaa i observe my heritage every waking day of my life she added when people come up to me and ask me what i'm doing for black history month i say what am i do ing for the rest of my life " some however question the significance of black history month whites do blacks need to know who they are because whites tried to make us think and act as complete awareness for complete commitment hopkins notional boycott ok # thi4Â«5 register volume liv number 29 north carolina agricultural &: technical state university greensboro nc tuesday march 1 1983 need assistance financial aid workshops conducted in dowdy hopkins see hopkins page 8 by michael thompson staff writer one-on-one basis during the week of march 14 a mini workshop will be held to offer assistance on a eligibility for federal funds which under the title 4 pro gram include the pell grant supplemental educational opportunity grant national student loan guaranteed student loan and college work study consists of a 25,500 maximum family gross income one section of the form is different this year previously n.c residents had to fill out a student data form sdf in addition to completing section h of the application which is similiar to the sdf now both have been merged into section h participation is not limited so anyone interested is en couraged to take part
|Title||The Register, 1983-03-01|
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