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Campus Times
May 5, 2000


photos by Natalie Fowle

On Thursday, April 27, Debbie Roberts, Protestant campus minister, President Stephen Morgan, and Rigoberta Menchú, along with translator Madeline Rios were all on hand for the rededication of the Peace Pole, located in the University Mall. The Peace Pole, which was erected in 1998, bears the message, "May Peace Prevail On Earth," in eight languages for all students to see. The event was in conjunction with the Multicultural Fair.


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