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Campus Times
April 4, 2003


photo by Bailey Porter

A walk for peace was held at noon, Wednesday. Doug Waite, director of multimedia services; Phil Hofer, director of the International and Study Abroad Center; Marilyn Schirk, a representative of Peace with Justice of Pomona Valley; and Kristen Johnson, senior, took part in this walk to express their concern for the lives being lost on both sides of the war. Waite said forming this vigil and walk stands for what he believes to be a unifying hope for peace. There is not just one opinion about the war; however, everyone wants the troops to come home safe, he said. The group walked in silent reflection from the Rock up Third Street and down Bonita Avenue before making their way to the peace pole where they embraced each other before parting. Peace walks will be held at noon every Wednesday.


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Mabel Marting, senior, and Hilary Hahn, junior, of the Model United Nations offer up cookie decorating as one of the many activities at the Commuter Fair last Thursday. Ana Liza Zell, director of admissions, solicits volunteers for Spotlight Weekend from the many clubs present at the Commuter Fair.


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Freshmen Chelsea Riggins, Mary Manzo and senior Mike Sanchez participated in the Commuter Fair coloring contest. It was among many activities available to students that day, including an obstacle course, boxing, jousting and sumo wrestling.