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Memorial Service In May of 2000 the University of Georgia did something that had never been done before. It held a memorial service at the Chapel to honor the lives of the 28 people lost in the 99-00 academic year. Hundreds gath- ered as the names were read to a silent North Campus. As each name was read a member of the Arch Society lit a candle in honor of that person. At the conclusion of the twenty eighth name the lit candles were used to spread the light to the candles of the friends and families of the deceased while the Chapel bell was tolled 28 times in honor of those no longer with us. This was the University ' s way of helping students and faculty to deal with the loss of so many of their co-workers and friends. Those hono red in the service: Judith Fitzgerald Brooks Deanna Armstrong Ronald Blake Rakestraw Joshua Brown Nitesh Kumar Bessie McKinley Charles Rivers Paul K. Hopkins Joshua Davis Pascal L. Watsn, Jr. Elizabeth Meyer Robert D. Hart Lois K. Miller Peter Michael Smith Alan J. Jaworski Stanley W. Lindberg David M. Randolph Wesley Thurmond Howell Christopher Lee Mosley Jeffrey Alan Lakas Sims L. Hibbert Jacob Micheal Burn Stanford " Will " Grist Benjamin Folsom Grantham, III! Tisha Lynn Abolt Jennifer Elizabeth Thompson Philip Eugene Walsh Katie Elizabeth Turner
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Colors of Georgia America ' s physical boundaries may stretch from sea to shining sea, but its people come from every comer of the lobe. In its own imique way UGA is a microcosm of this radiant melting pot that is America. In the year in A hich UGA celebrated it 40th .innix ersar of desegregation, the evidence that this is a mulricultural campus is Bvident. As every year goes by the student population grows increasingly diverse. Students come from as close iS Canada to as far away as India. There is a plethora of organizations on campus that represent people from arious different backgrounds. The University has benefited from these students of different ethnicities sharing heir distinct culture. This year the University had a showcase for cultural organizations called Tatey Days round the World. This day brought the numerous cultural organizations on campus to the Tate Plaza to share ;ome of their culture with the rest of the University. Beyond that day cultural organizations are a force on this :ampus. They organize various cultural aLli iries and e cnts that draw large crowds. This multicultural repre- entarion allows for everyone to become more enlightened and more aware of the world in which we live. noto by Robin Daitch Photo by Liz Cloud Community Diversity 17
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