Arts & Entertainment

Campus Times
March 28, 2003

photo by Amy Babin

African American Student Association member Wilford Claiborn, a freshman, represented Sydney Poitier at the Griot Monologues earlier this month. He stood in for Will Lawson who could not attend. Each of the students retold a person's history in an African tradition that is more than 1,000 years old.

Monologues celebrate oral history

Griot Monologues offer insights into the lives of famous African Americans.

Feedback: Awards show a waste of time

Taylor Kingsbury, staff writer, takes a critical look at this year's Academy Awards ceremony.

Choral concert features international program

The group's music offers a welcome distraction.

Professor writes of personal experiences

Salim Faraji publishes his book "MontuScholar."

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