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PROFESSIONALLY SPEAKING . . .
Davis, Phillips, Duffy, and Bavaro-PhelanRochester Police Chief Robert Duffy, an RIT alumnus, spoke at a reception honoring RIT retirees, Nov. 4. Duffy also kicked off Student Government's new Professional Speaker Series that evening. Pictured here, from left to right, are Alfred Davis, vice president emeritus; Josh Phillips, SG vice president; Duffy; and Patrick Bavaro-Phelan, SG president.
HALLOWEEN SPIRIT . . .
Dilbert, a.k.a. Helen Bogart from RIT's Controller's Office, attempts to reel in an apple amidst cheers from festively dressed co-workers during Campus Connections' Halloween Bash, Oct. 29. In addition to testing apple-fishing skills, the bookstore offered shoppers chances to win prizes by registering for rafþes and entering a customer costume contest.
POINTING OUT THE TRUTH . . .
Pearce, Jemison, and VenablesWilliam Pearce (center), member of RIT's Institute of Fellows, fields questions during his Oct. 4 symposium, "The Native American Influence on Our Democratic Institutions." Joining Pearce were G. Peter Jemison (left), site manager, Ganondagon State Historic Site, and Robert Venables, senior lecturer in the American Indian Program at Cornell University.
RIT SUPPORTS THE ROCHESTER COMMUNITY . . .
Whiffen, Ghazle, Richardson, and Simone

RIT placed third in the Education Division of the American Heart Association's Heart Walk 1999, raising nearly $4,000 from more than 100 faculty, staff and student participants. RIT team leaders, left to right, Sarah Whiffen, Residence Life; Hamad Ghazle, College of Science and Faculty in Residence; and Thomas Richardson, College of Science, presented a plaque to President Simone for his support of community service activities, including the donation of funds to create t-shirts for each walker. Residence Life used the event as part of their Celebration of Community. The next Heart Walk will be March 18, 2000. Individuals interested in being team captains from clubs, dorms, departments, programs or colleges can contact Richardson at 5-7486, or Ghazle at 5-2241, for more information.


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