Campus Times
March 12
, 2004

photo by Adam Omernik

Claremont McKenna College professor of psychology Kerri Dunn addresses the crowd after classes were cancelled at all five Claremont colleges Wednesday following a series of race-related incidents, culminating in the vandalism of Dunn’s car Tuesday night during a talk on “Free Speech vs. Hate Speech.” The police and FBI are investigating the incident as a felony hate crime.

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Students rally against racism

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Residents duck contracts

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The annual event allows students to network with potential employers.

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