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Racial profiling takes stage at Glenn: With American Civil Liberties Union attorney Michelle Alexander looking on, Dinesh D’Souza, Rishwain Fellow at the Hoover Institution, makes a point during the Third Annual State of Race Debate, Thursday night, Feb. 13. The pair discussed “Racial Profiling: Pre- and Post-September 11,” with the conservative D’Souza defending the process when used in a manner that improves personal and national security. Alexander questioned whether increased security is worth the cost of sacrificing civil rights. Click here or above for the full story. Photo by Kay Hinton.

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President Bill Chace was on hand to congratulate winners of 2003 Humanitarian Awards, bestowed in a Jan. 29 ceremony in Winship Ballroom. From left, the winners were Melissa Pabalan, Lauren Giles, Nishant Shah, Eugine Oh, Jill Petersen and Alexandra Rodu. Photo by Jon Rou.




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