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This is the Howard University Bookstore newsletter for Black History Month.


<ul><li><p>202.238.2640 office | 202.986.1981 fax |</p><p>Howard University Bookstore2225 Georgia Avenue, NWWashington, DC 20059</p><p>Febru</p><p>ary 20</p><p>11</p><p>BLACK HISTORY MONTH</p></li><li><p>202.238.2640 office | 202.986.1981 fax |</p><p>In this photo: Six (6) HU faculty pose at the Main Gate, 1950s. Left to right: professors James M. Nabrit, Jr., Charles Drew, Sterling Brown, E. Franklin Frazier, Rayford W. Logan and Alain LeRoy Locke.</p><p>The Howard University Bookstore has decided to make all upcoming circulars (catalogues) digital beginning with the Black History Month edition. The Go Green initiative allows the HUB to reach a broader audience and achieve sustainability. As we go digital, students can access the catalogue on Facebook, Twitter, the HUB website, via email and open links on their smartphones. We have also implemented a newsletter through which we can share our new programs and initiatives. The newsletter will </p><p>accompany the circular and will also be available on social networks, the HUB website and via email. In addition, going green keeps us current with technological advances and enhances our marketing efforts. As mentioned previously, this helps us to reach a broader audience such as faculty, staff, parents, prospective students and alumni. </p><p>The HUB Goes GREENDigital newsletter and circular</p><p>BLAC</p><p>K HIS</p><p>TORY</p><p> MO</p><p>NTH </p><p> Febru</p><p>ary 20</p><p>11</p><p>Powered by CheggTextbook rentals are hereHoward University Bookstore (HUB) and industry leader Chegg unveiled a new textbook rental program designed to provide students with a convenient, easy and affordable option. The Powered by Chegg program is a win-win partnership for students and the University, said Antwan Clinton, director of the Howard University Bookstore and Trademark &amp; Licensing. We are always looking for ways to create seamless systems and economical choices for students. Clinton adds that the University will earn a commission to help support the program and other student improvements at the HUB. Through the Powered by Chegg program, student can rent their textbooks from their campus bookstore using rental stands for ease and accessibility. As an added bonus, each time a student places an order, the company plants a tree through its partnership with the American Forests Global ReLeaf Program. Cheggs mission is to save students money and time, said Nathan Schultz, vice president of Content Management for Chegg. This partnership brings the textbook rental option directly to Howard students, providing a convenient and familiar bookstore experience.</p><p>Textbook rentals became available on Monday, Jan. 10, 2011. </p><p>New Year, New Initiatives</p></li><li><p>202.238.2640 office | 202.986.1981 fax |</p><p>Swag SurfinNew website for the HUBThe HUB is currently working on a new website set to launch early this year. Both user-friendly and aesthetically appealing, the new site will have interactive qualities such as live news feeds and videos.</p><p>The new site has a modern look that will entice student and increase loyalty through repeat visits. Our site will also have a larger variety of apparel and gifts for purchase. </p><p>Apple DiscountsSave big on Mac notebooksAs an Authorized Campus Store for Apple products, we want to ensure that the students are getting great deals and top-quality products. This semester were are offering a Back-to-School special that will save you over $200. In this offer, you will receive a 13-inch: 2.4GHz MacBook Pro, a HP Photosmart e-All-in-One printer and iWork software. The Apple retail price is $1377.95; the HUB price is $1138.00.</p><p>QuotableNew option for giftsGillian Simon and Mat Vogel started the store in New York in 1993, marking the company over a decade about 10 years ago. It began with a unsuccessful search of a simple holiday greeting card that would transcend the holidays and inspire their friends. Highly disappointed by the array of nonsensical cards they came across, they decided to go home and create 12 greeting cards of their own that would suit people who want more out of a greeting card; something meaningful. Simon and Vogel manifested their creation to local independent independent book stores and vendors around New York. Quotable appeals to a diverse demographic pursuing to inspire as many people as possible by spreading the words of some of the most gifted writers leaders and poets of our time. They allow the words themselves to serve as the </p><p>foundation for the design allowing for an original and typographical style. Over the course of the following 10 years, their company became internationally recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest-growing enterprise in the country. Quotable is best known for their cards, yet the companys product line has expanded during the first decade to include journals, notepads, mugs, magnets, and photo albums.</p><p> In the winter of 2009 they began using 100% recycled materials for both the cards and envelopes.</p><p> Quotable is now offered at Howard Universitys Bookstore, as </p><p>well as other University bookstores, gift shops, airport terminals, coffee shops and more in the US and internationally. </p><p>BLAC</p><p>K HIS</p><p>TORY</p><p> MO</p><p>NTH F</p><p>ebrua</p><p>ry 20</p><p>11In this photo: 1963 March on Washington.</p><p>In this photo: Jackie Robinson and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Howard University</p><p>KIND WORDS NEVER DIE </p><p>-M.C. Hubbard</p></li><li><p>202.238.2640 office | 202.986.1981 fax |</p><p>During Black History Month, Americans from around the country will celebrate the creativity, determination, and progress that African Americans have made to our nations identity and culture. This years celebration of Black History Month was an </p><p>opportunity not just to look back and celebrate the achievements of our community, but also to honor the legacy of those that have come before us while fostering the leaders of tomorrow. From January 31st thru February 5th, Cabinet Members, Administration officials, and senior staff participated in events to highlight the various ways African Americans are winning the future by out-innovating, out-educating, and out-building our </p><p>global competition.In addition to events, the White House featured African </p><p>Americans from agencies throughout the Administration that contribute to the Presidents vision of winning the future through their efforts to move America forward. Each profile will post on the Celebrating Black History by Winning the Future webpage.</p><p>On February 5th, White House staff and interns joined students from Howard Universitys School of Business and the Howard University Bookstore at the Operation Hope center in Washington, DC. Operation Hope is working with 5 Million Kidsa national campaign created by Quincy Jones to promote the importance of education and financial preparation for </p><p>children and their parents in urban communities nationwide. The initiative also recruits volunteers for classrooms in underserved neighborhoods and mentorship opportunities. </p><p> Operation Hope was founded by John Hope Brant, member of President Obamas Advisory Council on Financial Capability, and Ambassador Andrew Young. Operation HOPE has developed and implemented programs to connect minority communities with private sector resources and expand economic opportunities to underserved communities through financial literacy education.</p><p>"During National African American History Month, we recognize the extraordinary achievements of African Americans and their essential role in shaping the story of America. In honor of their courage and contributions, let us resolve to carry forward together the promise of America for our children,"--President Obamas National African American Heritage Month Proclamation.</p><p>Obama Administration and the HUBThe HUB and HU students helps members of the White House Cabinet celebrate Black History Month</p><p>BLAC</p><p>K HIS</p><p>TORY</p><p> MO</p><p>NTH </p><p> Febru</p><p>ary 20</p><p>11</p><p>In this photo: Six (6) Howard University students walking across campus; 1940s.</p><p>2/2/2011 </p><p>2/3/2011</p><p>2/10/2011</p><p>2/14/2011</p><p>2/22/2011</p><p>2/24/2011</p><p>2/25/2011</p><p>2/25/2011</p><p>Chef Jeff, AMERICA I AM: Pass it Down Cook Book 4:30-6pm</p><p>Ellen Suazo, Finding the Courage Within 3-7pm</p><p>Sandy Daley, Whose Vagina is it, Really? 5-7pm</p><p>Kea Taylor, I Still Do: A Celebration of African American Weddings 2-4pm</p><p>Carolyn Dungee Nicholas, HILDA 4-6pm</p><p>Valerie Oji, Corruption in Nigeria: The Fight and Movement to Cure the Malady 5-7pm</p><p>Nicole Roberts, Define Your Own Way: Empowering Young African American Women 2-4pm</p><p>Natalie Moore, The Almighty Black P Stone Nation 4:30-6pm</p><p>FEBRUARY BOOK SIGNINGS</p></li></ul>