October 10, 2001: Snapshot

Rise and Shine

By Frank Wojciechowski

Classes started as scheduled at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 13. Even at the early hour, professor Bo Honoré’s Economics 300 class, Statistics and Data Analysis, was well attended; juniors Cherie Fuhrman, Andy Kane, and Deanna Ford (front row, left to right) were among those making the walk to the Computer Science building on that bright morning. “I think it’s good that we continued with class and tried having some semblance of normality, even if we don’t feel that way under it all,” said Ford. Fuhrman agreed. “I think that the university’s decision to move forward with the planned schedule was a positive one, and I’m glad that I was able to participate in it,” she said. “The university community sought and gained strength together — a wonderful thing in the midst of true horror.”

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