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The Wilburn N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

A quick run down about the WNDAACC at Austin Peay State University.
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Eric Wiley

on 17 April 2013

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Transcript of The Wilburn N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center On a daily basis, the Center supports and engages students in various ways by providing... Good Morning APSU Rock the Vote "Family Weekend Breakfast" "We Are Family Dinner" The Center also hosts its own events as well as co-partnering with other organizations to hold different types of events throughout the year that are annual and traditional. Hot Topic Series I am a Man Let's Talk About Safer Sex Qualities of a Good Man/Good Woman Life at the Peay Peay Soup Peay Soup & Party on the Plaza Peay Soup Annual Spoken Word Competition The "N" Word The Center also has beautiful art on display that was donated by alumni and organizations in the community. WNDAACC Homecoming Student and Alumni Mixer The Children Center Annual Trick or Treating Special Guests Joe Shakeenab Book Talk and Signing Dr. Susan Curtis Speaks at APSU with the Woodward Library Society and the Honors Program Explosion Negra Jerry L. Maynard, II Book Talk and Signing Meet and Greet with Wes Moore Black History Month Speaker:
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill "An Outlook on Modern Education" with Reginald Weaver Calculators for students to check out
Graduate school preparation
Laptops and netbooks
Library resources
Rosetta Stone in Portuguese, Swahili, French, and Spanish Tutorial CDs
Stationary computers, with the Respondus program, also available.
A SMART board for students to use for practicing presentations.
Students may stop by to eat snacks, study, relax, watch TV, or use the Playstation 2 game system as well. Financial Literacy Workshops: The Dangers of Credit Card Debt, and The Negative Pitfalls of Refund Check Annual Hattie Walker Wilhoite Recognition Program for APSU African American Women Race Relation and White Privilege: Does It Still Affect You? What I Wish I Had Known Freshman Year The Human Experience National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Standing -N- Truth Black History Month Trivia Competition FREE Lunch and Conversation with Dr. Shunda Brown Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk/Run with Foy Fitness and Recreation Center "Rock the Vote" with GPC and the Political Science Department: Voter Registration Drive APSU Rock The Vote: Presidential Election Watch Party with GPC, Student Government Association, and the Political Science Department Creative Writing and Spoken Word Workshop Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Workshop Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Job Fair & Career Coach Peay Soup with Southern Word African American Graduate Recognition Ceremony
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