Wait Chapel is the largest non-athletic indoor setting on the Reynolda Campus with a seating capacity of 2,250. Wait Chapel is the spiritual center and the focal point of the university. Gardens located on either side of the entrance to the chapel provide a beautiful background for wedding pictures.
I really enjoyed it. It was difficult to hear and watch but that is what a lot of students on campus need. They need to realize that their friends don't find assault funny or cool. And I think Kate did a great job in in saying that in her message.
WONDERFUL ! Enjoyed hearing Ms. Davis discuss her life, and the lessons that she had to share. It was like a conversation with a dear friend.
A very heartfelt address to a receptive audience. I enjoyed learning more about her life struggles and career.
I really enjoyed the panel for their understanding of the history and emotional component of racial inequality and white supremacy in America. However, I felt that as a graduate student, many undergrads in attendance seemed to be there to fill a requirement. I think that undercuts the importance of this event.
Thoroughly enjoyed it!
I'm on the faculty. It was eye-opening. I knew there was a problem, I just didn't know how big a problem there is. To me this trumps all other problems on campus.
The time given to the panel was to long which took away a great deal of the time from the students who are the primary reason for the Town Hall Meeting. I would also like to see the ground rules set before we start the meeting not as we go. thank you.
I have never heard of this group!
I hope they will be invited back to campus (or in the local area)!
They were AWESOME!!!
I must find and get a copy of their CD!!!
Michelle Alexander is a tremendous scholar and an important voice with a powerful, timely message. I am gratified the university brought her to speak.
Professor Alexander spoke beautifully and powerfully on current issues of race and my evening was well spent!
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