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VVC gets Progressive Activist Club

a few.
      "Racism is still alive in the South and America.  It's everywhere.  I've seen it up here all the time." said Alimahomed.
     In the future, he plans to transfer to a different college.He hopes somebody else will inform the people and show the more forgotten left side.  He also hopes "to inspire others to do such a thing and not be intimidated by the conservative tone and racist attitudes of the high desert."
     "If we raise any money, I don't want it to be used for an eatery or something. I'd rather use it for giving money to the poor.  The money comes from students; I'd like to give it back to them, in the form of scholarships for example," said Alimahomed.
  The club will always welcome those with a free, open mind.  For further information, email the club at
Sharacesh@hotmail.com.

Student animators sought for national contest

     MTV's 24-hour college network, is turning on its spotlight in search of the best college animator with the mtvU "Best Animation on Campus Contest." Beginning today through April 4, cartoonists, animators and artists currently enrolled at mtvU schools are invited to visit www.mtvU.com for their chance to win an MTV Animation development deal and have their animation short appear on mtvU.
     To enter, interested artists and animators are invited to
www.mtvU.com where they can submit their work. On April 19, mtvU will announce the 10 finalists who will then have their animation shorts air on mtvU and streamed on mtvU.com for

viewers to judge and cast their votes online. On April 26, the top three vote-getters will then be judged again by the viewers, along with industry insiders Seth MacFarlane, creator of The Family Guy; Pixar's Bud Luckey, animator on the Toy Story movies, plus writer and director of the Annie Award-winning and Oscar-nominated Boundin' short; and Paul Dini, producer and writer of Batman: The Animated Series.
     Together they will determine one ultimate winner who will be announced the week of May 10.
     To participate, entrants must be currently enrolled as a part-time or full-time student at an mtvU university

and must be legally able to work in the United States. For complete contest details and rules, visit www.mtvU.com
     Victor Valley College is a participant of the mtvU network.
     Broadcasting to more 720 colleges across the country, with a combined enrollment of 5.5 million, mtvU is the largest, most comprehensive television network just for college students. For 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, mtvU can be seen in the dining areas, fitness centers, student lounges and dorm rooms of campuses throughout the U.S. For more information about mtvU, and for a complete programming schedule, visit
www.mtvu.com
     mtvU is part of MTV net