Senior Yi-Ming Lin uses the Riggs ATM that opened in the lower level of the SUB early this year, giving the campus community another option to the ATM at Benson Hall dormitory. Discussions are being made on the possibility of a third ATM opening at the Conference Center.
Deaf artist Sander Blondeel holds the bottom of his glass sculpture while Gary Grant from PPD adjusts the wires. The sculpture, which was commissioned for Deaf Way II, can now be seen on the second floor of College Hall. According to Pat Thompson, appointment secretary in the President’s Office, the sculpture is “absolutely beautiful beyond description” in the morning hours when it catches the sun’s rays.
Members of the campus community get reduced price haircuts from stylists at the Cahra Salon and Spa of Gaithersburg, Md., in the SUB Multipurpose Room during the March 6 Women’s Expo. The expo featured exhibitors specializing in products of interest to women, including fabric art, photo books and other collectibles, and cosmetics. It was co-sponsored by Campus Activities, Multicultural Student Programs, Health and Wellness, and Student Affairs.
Diversity Day: Carolyn McCaskill Henry (center), assistant professor in the Department of ASL and Deaf Studies, Melanie Bleck (left), assistant professor of English, and Dr. Virginia Gutman, chair of the Psychology Department, group leaders for the breakout session, "Where’s My Yearbook?" ask audience members what topics they would like to discuss related to the controversial 2001 Tower Clock.
Diversity Day: Jeremy Curtis, junior user support technician, Academic Technology, makes a point to his group during a discussion of the yearbook.
Diversity Day: Kitty Baldridge, associate professor, Physical Education and Recreation and group leader for "What Happened to The Bison Head?," explains the ground rules for conducting the session so that all participants have a chance to give their opinions.
Diversity Day: Daniel Pernell III, ANC commissioner for the Near Northeastern District, explains the community’s concerns with students’ off-campus house parties during the "It’s My House….I Can Party if I Want to!" session, as George Boyd (right), chair of the Gallaudet Community Relations Council, looks on.