Campus Times
October 19, 2001

photos by Juan Garcia

More than 20 students and more than half a dozen faculty members participated in the anti-war walkout on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 10:45 a.m. as a form of protest against the recent bombings in Afghanistan. The participants met at the Rock to discuss their ideas, concerns and thoughts. Among the ideas discussed were alternatives to war and how this type of action might promote an endless cycle of violence. Among those participating were Winona E. Foote, research associate for the Institute of Multicultural Research and Campus diversity, seniors Anna Roy and Obren Milanovic, Daniel L. Loera, director of the IMRCD, and seniors Natalie Fowle, LaToya Faulkner and Kristine Werthwein.

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