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News release on the founding of the historically Black sorority Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. at Tennessee Tech University. Includes a list of the chapter members. Although the news release claims otherwise, it should be noted that Delta Sigma Theta was not the first African American sorority on campus.

2005-02-09

Black Student Organization report form for the Office of Student Activities. Contact information and signatures have been redacted.

2006-10-09

Black Student Organization report form for the Office of Student Activities. Contact information and signatures have been redacted.

2000-08-31

Letter from Dr. Wali R. Kharif to Director of Student Activities Mark H. Ochsenbein announcing Kharif's resignation as advisor to the Black Student Organization. Dr. Kharif's signature has been redacted.

2001-12-05

Black Student Organization report form for the Office of Student Activities. Contact information and signatures have been redacted.

2001-05-10

 

1989-2001

 

1991-2007

 

1990-2005

Clipping from page 11 of the April 14, 2000 edition of The Oracle student newspaper.

2000-04-14

Article published on page 12 of the January 28, 2000 edition of The Oracle on the Black Cultural Center, Office of Minority Affairs, and Black History Month.

2000-01-28

Clipping from page 8 of the April 14, 2000 edition of The Oracle student newspaper.

2000-04-14

Clipping from the April 3, 2009 edition of The Oracle student newspaper on the One Great Challenge: Learning Together in the New Millennium diversity in education conference.

2009-04-03

Clipping from the first page of the February 4, 2020 edition of The Oracle student newspaper.

2000-02-04

Clipping from the first page of the February 18, 2000 edition of The Oracle student newspaper. Includes an announcement about Marc Burnett's art exhibition at Poets on the Square and a discussion of Damien Park's performance for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Oratorical Contest. The clipping is centered on a black and white photograph of Parks delivering his speech for the contest in the Black Cultural Center.

2000-02-18

 

2000-2009

Program for the Minority Affairs and Black Alumni Association's Scholarship Breakfast on Saturday, November 8, 2008, in the Roaden University Center. The design features a solid white background with purple and black text.

2008

 

2000

 

2001

Photographs of the Minority Student Graduation Dinner.

2009-05-08

 

2000

Folder of photographs taken or held by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

1997-2018

Photograph of Karen Otuonye smiling and looking at the camera while poet Nikki Giovanni signs one of Otuonye's books in the Black Cultural Center.

2009-02-25

Brochure for Sneak Peek Week for minority students from Tuesday, August 25 to Thursday, August 27, 2009. The design includes a red background with white, yellow, and black text.

2009

Schedule for the Office of Minority Affair's Sneak Peek Week for underrepresented freshmen on August 25- 28, 2009.

2009

Folder of flyers, calendars, websites, programs, and planning files related to events held by the Black Cultural Center, Office of Minority Affairs, and Office of Multicultural Affairs.

1990-2020

Flyer describing the Reaching Achievement and Committed to Excellence (R.A.C.E.) program. The design features a purple background that transitions to yellow. The front of the flyer has a photograph of three Black young women posing together in a parking lot. The front page text reads: "RACE is a mentoring program that is dedicated to providing a personal experience to incoming minority freshmen by helping them take advantage of campus resources, providing social guidance, and promoting academic success, while encouraging future professional growth." The text on the back side is formatted into two columns. The first column reads "Benefits of being involved in RACE: Students will be paired with upperclassmen that have demonstrated academic and social success / Students will become aware of available services at TTU / Students will attend programs in which Mentors and Mentees actively interact and participate / Students will establish and participate in a network with other minority students / Students will be provided personal and professional enrichment opportunities / Students will improve their study skills, time management, and interpersonal skills." The second column reads "Activities: Blackout Tuesday: Every third Tuesday of each month RACE will take over Bowling World!! First game and shoes FREE to all RACE Mentees and Mentors. / Cookouts / Monthly group outings: Cyber Tag & Roller Skating / Forums that will give freshmen insight into their first year at Tech, covering topics from how to balance their time and spending habits to how to study for a college final."

2009

Brochure for the Black Alumni Reunion held on Thursday, November 6 through Sunday, November 9, 2008, at Tennessee Tech. The brochure describes the itinerary, registration process and costs, hotels, and the history of the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center.

2008

Flyer for the presentation by alum Peryenthia L. Gore on Tuesday, January 27, 2008, in the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center.

2008

Program for the presentation by alum James Harris on Tuesday, October 28, 2008, in the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center. The design features a biography and photograph of Harris, and a description of the Minority Affairs Professional Development Series.

2008

Email invitation for the Black Alumni Reunion held on Thursday, October 29 through Sunday, November 1, 2009, in Cookeville, Tennessee.

2009-10-23

=Invitation for the Black Alumni Reception and Dinner held at Safari - World Tapas Bar in Memphis on Friday, June 5, 2009. The design features three photographs of a plate of fried seafood, two Black students, and an exterior view of Safari. The text reads "You're invited to a Tennessee Tech University Black Alumni Reception & Dinner, Friday, June 5, 2009, 5:30-9 p.m., Safari - World Tapas Bar, 414 South Main, Memphis, Tenn., (901) 672-7339 / Details: Join fellow TTU alumni and friends for an exciting evening of fun and food. The evening begins at 5:30 p.m. with a reception, followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. Meet and visit with President Bob Bell and Vice President Marc Burnett as well as other Tech faculty and staff. Recommended dress is business casual. Directions: For directions and parking information, visit www.ttualumni.org/netcommunity/events. Reservations Required: Make your reservation at www.ttualumni.org/netcommunity/reservations or call (800) 889-8730 or (931) 372-3205 by Wednesday, June 3. The cost for the event is $15 per person."

2009

Program for the diversity education conference, "One Great Challenge: Learning Together in the New Millennium" held on April 7, 2009.

2009

Flyer for the Minority Affairs and Black Alumni Association's Scholarship Breakfast on Saturday, November 8, 2008, in the Roaden University Center. The design features a solid purple background with white, yellow, and black text. Two pictures of students and two pictures of breakfast food form a border on the bottom of the flyer. The text reads: "TTU Minority Affairs & Black Alumni Scholarship Breakfast / Saturday, November 8th, 9 am to 10 am / Multi-Purpose Room, Roaden University Center / Alumni - $10 / Students - $5 or meal plan / Help Us Raise Money for Our New Scholarship Fund!! / Among the Planned Events: Recognition of First Minority Affairs Distinguished Achiever / Discuss Monetary Goals / Discuss Importance of Scholarships / Methods of Giving / Live Entertainment / Questions or Comments? Please Contact Robert Owens MinorityAffairs@tntech.edu (931) 372-3392."

2008

 

circa 2009

 

2009

 

2009

 

circa 2009

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