Nationalist forum

“A Black Nationalism Forum” will be held at 8 p.m. tonight in the Holmes Student Center room 405. Panelists are Nolan Hendreson, Chris O’Banner and Anita Coward.

Hunger cleanup

The Sixth Annual Hunger Cleanup will take place on more than 200 campuses between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The clean up is sponsored by the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness, the NIU Campaign Against Hunger and the Newman Center. Last year 10,000 students across the country raised $140,000. For more information cal Kathy Engelken at 758-6667 or Joe Vigneux at 753-0201.

‘Hot, Sexy, and Safer’

The NIU Campus Activities Board Speakers Committee will host “Hot, Sexy, and Safer” with speaker Suzi Landolphi at noon Tuesday in the Martin Luther King Commons. The presentation will require the audience’s participation and will cover the subject of safer sex for college students through drama and stand-up comedy.

Jazz musician to play

Jazz musician Lloyd King will be in the Holmes Student Center Diversions Lounge Wednesday at 7 p.m. The event is part of the Coffeehouse Music Series. This event is free, food and door prizes also are available.

Fine Arts Series tickets

Tickets for the NIU Fine Arts Series event are on sale at the Carl Sandburg box office in the Holmes Student Center from noon to 6 p.m. on weekdays. Call 753-3146 for charge orders. Tickets also are on sale at the Junction Book Room, 822 W. Lincoln Hwy. 758-0678. Prices are $10 for the public, $6 for senior citizens and $4 for NIU students. For more information call 753-1580.

Crime Stoppers reward

Crime Stoppers is seeking information on an armed robbery that occurred at Hickey’s Corner Store on Rt. 38 in Malta. A white male entered the store at 9:45 p.m. on March 28. He displayed a small revolver and took an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect is described as 5’7‘’ to 5’10‘’, thin to medium build and blond or light brown, shoulder-length hair. He wore a black ski mask and dark clothing. Anyone knowing any information should call Crime Stoppers at 895-3272. There is a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

Coping classes offered

The series, “I Can Cope,” will be held six consecutive Wednesday evenings beginning April 18 and ending May 23. The class is to help people understand what cancer is, how it affects their bodies and how to deal with the challenges it creates in their lives. The classes are offered free of charge to persons, families and friends who are dealing with cancer. Pre-registration is encouraged a week before the first class. To register call 756-1521 extention 3376 or 3349.

Free seminars

Bar/Bri Professional Testing Centers will conduct eight free seminars this month on “How to get into the Law or MBA school of Your Choice.” A variety of information will be avialable to students taking the class. There will also be partial scholarships for attendees of Bar/Bri LSAT and GMAT Test Preparation Courses. For more information contact Barb at (312) 855-1088.