Mercyhurst College Diversity 101 presents a panel discussion on aftermath of terrorist attack on U.S

Diversity 101, the Mercyhurst College multicultural affairs club, will host a panel discussion for students interesting in talking about the backlash against Arabic Americans in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States.

Students are encouraged to attend the panel discussion from 3 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Laker Inn, lower level of the Carolyn Herrmann Student Union on the Mercyhurst College campus.

Answering questions during the round table discussion will be several members of the Mercyhurst College faculty and administration, including Dr. Tom Forsthoefel, assistant professor of religious studies, and Dr. Becky Conrad Davenport, psychologist and staff counselor, Sister Geraldine Rosinski, Campus Ministry, and Marvin Jones, assistant director of student activities.

For more information, contact Marvin Jones at 824-2089.
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