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Campus Times
April 24, 1998


photo by Alen Zilic

Opening the Earth Week celebration, former Greenpeace activist Christopher Childs discussed the importance of environmental issues and activism. Childs' lecture, titled "The Human Creative Spirit and the Movement to Save the Earth," was accompanied by a slide show illustrating Greenpeace's perceived battle on behalf of the natural environment. The event took place in La Fetra Auditorium on Monday, April 20 at 11:30 a.m., with about 30 students in attendance.


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