Archive: On The Green
 

Back Issue: March 29, 2002

John Gardner in TV
An audience in `Ole Jimí watches during a March 7 national teleconference, "Retaining Students: New Questions and Fresh Perspectives," as a point is made by panelist John Gardner, senior fellow and distinguished professor emeritus at the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina, which hosted the teleconference. Gardner was joined by other noted authorities on trends in the field: Sharon Fries-Britt, an assistant professor at the University of Maryland; Lana Low, executive vice president at Noel-Levitz; and Vincent Tinto, distinguished university professor and chair of higher education at Syracuse University.
Audience in Ole Jim
An audience in `Ole Jimí watches during a March 7 national teleconference, "Retaining Students: New Questions and Fresh Perspectives," as a point is made by panelist John Gardner, senior fellow and distinguished professor emeritus at the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina, which hosted the teleconference. Gardner was joined by other noted authorities on trends in the field: Sharon Fries-Britt, an assistant professor at the University of Maryland; Lana Low, executive vice president at Noel-Levitz; and Vincent Tinto, distinguished university professor and chair of higher education at Syracuse University.
Dr. Arlene Blumenthal Kelly
Dr. Arlene Blumenthal Kelly, assistant professor in the Department of Deaf Studies, presents a lecture entitled, "Influential Deaf Women of the 19th Century," on March 4 in the HMB Atrium as a part of Gallaudetís Womenís History Month. The lecture was sponsored by the Campus Activities Office.
Lettica Allerno
Lettica Allerno talks about her experiences as a Hispanic deaf woman on March 8 in the HMB Atrium. Allerno was born in Mexico and her family moved to New Mexico when she was eight years old. Her education began when her parents enrolled her at the New Mexico School for the Deaf, where she graduated and went on to study at Gallaudet. She is now a teacher/researcher for the Grade 4-5 Team at KDES. Allerno's presentation, which was sponsored by the Campus Activities Office, was part of the University's celebration on March as Women's History Month.
Office of Public Relations staff in Student Union
Daniel Kirby, director of construction services, gives staff from the Office of Public Relations a tour of the Student Union renovation and Student Academic Center construction on March 14. The area shown is the lower level of the Student Union, where the new food court will be located.
Richard Lytle, Fred Weiner and Joseph Innes
Dr. Richard Lytle, chair of the Department of Education, Fred Weiner, special assistant for planning in the Presidentís Office, and Dr. Joseph Innes, associate professor in the Department of Education, look at a model of the new Metro station on the Red Line at New York Avenue near the Gallaudet campus, which is scheduled to open in 2004. The exhibit was part of the Community Services Fair held in the conference center on March 13.
Solomon Lomax and Tiffany Van Boxlaere
KDES students Solomon Lomax and Tiffany Van Boxlaere, from Team 1/2/3, play a game of tag.
Audrey Robinson, Cierra Cotton and Skye Dreumont
Audrey Robinson, from Team 1/2/3, Cierra Cotton, from Team 4/5, and Skye Dreumont, from Team 1/2/3, transform egg cartons into houses during the art portion of the program.
Donnell Jones
At the Kendall After School Program, KDES student Donnell Jones, from Team 1/2/3, creates computer art.
The 10th Congressional Basketball game
The Republican Fighting Elephants overcame the Democrat Dunkiní Donkeys at the 10th Congressional Basketball game, held in the Field House March 13. The Fighting Elephants won by a score of 59-35, giving them a 6-4 series lead. (Clockwise from above) The day before the game, the National Basketball Association sponsored a basketball and reading clinic at KDES: Student Sarah Martin reads from Strong to the Hoop while honorary basketball coach Bob Lanier holds the book; Linda Jordan displays a book for audience members to see, while GIS interpreter Brad Leon interprets. President Jordan prepares to toss the opening jump to John Thune (R-S.D.) from the Republicans and Bob Etheridge (D-N.C.) from the Democrats. Team mascots show off their muscles. The Dunkiní Donkeys, with honorary coaches Chamique Holdsclaw, a forward with the WNBAís Washington Mystics, and Nate "Tiny" Archibald, an NBA Hall-of-Famer, pose for a team photo. President Jordan presents winning coaches Bob Lanier, an NBA Hall-of-Famer, Tamika Catchings, a forward for the Indiana Fever of the WNBA, and team captain Mike Oxley (R-Ohio) with their trophy.

Gallaudet hosts mini `March Madnessí

Campus community invited to GCRC awards/recognition program

CSD becomes title sponsor of Deaf Way II

AT&T Relay Service does it again

D.C. resident grateful for Gallaudet studentsí honesty

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