The Register, 2006-01-18
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new orleans-how new orleanians felt about the newly unveiled plan to rebuild their city seemed to come down to one thing wednesday what neighborhood they lived in for too long dent whose home was destroyed in the flood said it was weak leaving the whole city in limbo shelly bienvenu whose uptown house was largely unaffected by the storm felt the proposal gives city planners the opportunity to unscathed said he was excited by the idea of more green space and a possible light rail line and but magazine street shopkeep er rob savoy who got by by natalie pompilio krt civil rights leader's birthday service projects to celebrate by jameya porter online editor photo credit tom gralish/philadelphiainquirer/krt mardi gras beads are drapped on crosses near a makeshift coffin outside the lower 9th ward in new orleans louisiana wednesday january 11 2006 mayor ray nagin's bring new orleans back commission released their blueprint for new orleans rebirth outlin ing how parts of this devastated city could have a chance to rebuild in the wake of hurricane katrina photo credit chad roberts and uche byrd new orleans hilton becomes home for many dillard students what he spoke about was not just civil rights - it was commu nity service - not just for the black community but for all of Â» us aggies service ranged from preparing and serving meals at the day began with communi ty service participation at various sites throughout the city from the morning to early-afternoon around greensboro came togeth er monday to celebrate martin luther king jr day by way of participating in various commu nity-oriented activities that comment by senior histo ry education major jessica buie seemed to have been a common ly regarded notion as a&t stu dents and children from all community center and the other places students could choose to volunteer at were the weaver house the beloved pathway center curtis nash a senior educa tion major and the community service chair of the beta epsilon chapter of alpha phi alpha said we wanted to get the communi ty and more people involved at 2 p.m a&t had its own personal contribution to the community day activities which took place in the memorial the potter's house to playing dif ferent party games and activities for senior citizens and mentally challenged individuals at the oak hearst senior citizen homes and the volunteer center l&l oroup home to restocking shelves and cabinets for the habitat for humanity re store see king page 2 bottom electrical engineering graduate student meisha watkins and senior business education major marques hazell stock shelves at the habitat for humanity re-store on high point road the two spent also spent time volunteering at the potter's house on monday top the brothers of the bloody mu psi chapter of omega psi phi fraternity inc teach a group of children how to throw up hooks at the mlk ceremony on monday event center opens on campus by shawn chollette black college wire by twi brown contributor photo credit charles watkins would cost 2,000 for a non-tick eted event and 3,000 for a tick to be eligible to hold events at the new center the corporation or individual hosting the event must have ties to a&t to rent out the ballroom for an event months the space cost approximately 5.5 million with funds allocat ed by the university foundation the center was built in approximately nine large ballroom two conference rooms and a boardroom the center is also the new base for alumni affairs event areas the areas include a completely dedicated to the the space is 30,000 square feet with 18,000 square feet the newest addition to the a&t campus is the alumni foundation event center arlington in the fall after her res friends said jones who attend ed the university of texas at hurricane katrina it's good to be back among dents will do their best to pick up where they left off after wooden benches and wire-back chairs it might not be the yard but for the next seven months the hilton is where jones and the rest of dillard's 1,100 stu were rescued in september from her new orleans east apartment by the coast guard after torren tial rains and flooding left the . students stranded for two days we had to cook wieners by candlelight said jones eliciting a chorus of laughs that echoed through the hilton new orleans riverside hotel - her new home with an atrium polished charlette jones retold the tale of how she and three classmates chatting animatedly with friends after registering for class es dillard university senior marvalene hughes - in 500 of the hilton's 1,616 rooms david away from our campus for stu dents faculty staff and adminis trators - including president the administration decided to recreate a dillard university so we had to decide between a cruise ship or a hotel and the cramped quartering aboard the cruise ship made it obvious that the hilton was a better choice of students university center but we want ed to keep our new orleans identity said marc david dean we initially looked into mov ing to morris brown college in atlanta where we have all the amenities of the atlanta dillard had been closed for a semester by the forces behind the same 26-foot storm surge that rose to jones second-floor loft the university was hard-pressed to find a solution to replace its destroyed dormitories and also house students displaced from off-campus lodging - and find it fast so classes could start jan 9 back cue i didn't think i'd ever be see center page 2 chancellor james c renick help events center and foundation staff to cut the ribbon to open the doors of the alumni-foundation event center at the dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony dec 16 2005 an open house for the event center was held on jan 11 see dillard page 3 2005 greensboro nc 27411 newsroom 336 334-7700 e-mail email@example.com the a&t register box e-25 1601 e market st inside world news college student creates own business to make money i p some college students live beyond then means 7 95 ' pi 1 ticket reselling company is a growing competitor arts & life business campus news 2 jnj world news 3 5*j arts & life 4 5 business 5 editorial 6 sports 7 d leauge attracts rising stars the register residents split along rebuilding new orleans honoring dr king aggies perform community january 18,2006 neighborhood lines see rebuilding page 3 jimmy bower a lakeview resi joke dionne survelt whose family lost more than 10 properties in the lower 9th ward called it a sports www.noaa.gov today 50 percent chance of showers high 56Â°f low 30Â°f
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