PULLMAN, Wash. — Black History Month activities continue through Feb. 29
at Washington State University.
On the agenda for Feb. 23 is a presentation by the Moscow School of
Massage, sponsored by WSU’s chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta sorority. It will
begin at 7 p.m. in the African American Student Center, located in the WSU
Multicultural Center near Daggy Hall.
At 7 p.m. on Feb. 24, judo instructor Eddie Arnold, a WSU student, will teach a
course on self-defense. The Talmadge Anderson Heritage House, in Cleveland
Hall, Suite 57P, is the location of the Zeta Phi Beta-sponsored activity.
Two activities are scheduled for Feb. 25. At noon, Zeta Phi Beta will hold a
lunch in the African American Student Center. At 7:30 p.m., the Black Women’s
Caucus presents its third annual “Apollo Night” talent show in the Compton
Union Building Auditorium. There will be $100 first- and $50 second-place
prizes awarded to participants, including students, faculty and staff.
WSU’s chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity will hold its second annual
“Kappa Cabaret” banquet and semi-formal dance Feb. 26 at the University Inn
in Moscow, Idaho. The event starts at 7:30 p.m.
On Feb. 27, the “Finer Womanhood” tea will be presented by Zeta Phi Beta
beginning at 3 p.m. in the CUB Regency Room.
Concluding the month of activities will be “Reconstructing A Stolen Legacy:
Dialogue,” from 5-8 p.m. Feb. 29 in the Heritage House.
Sponsored by the Black History Month Task Force, activities earlier in
February included “A Shared History,” a presentation by Kelly Ervin and
Linda Vo, members of the WSU Department of Comparative American Cultures
faculty; a three-night run of the award-winning play “For Colored Girls Who
Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Isn’t Enuf;” a step performance
by WSU National Pan-Hellenic Council members; an African American
Association bowling night; and hip hop aerobics.
For additional information about WSU Black History Month activities, contact
Damon Arnold, WSU African American student counselor, 509/335-2626, or
Charina Carothers, 509/335-7475.