"Embracing the Spirits of the Past"
celebrates Women's History
Campus Life Editor
The Office of Minority Affairs, LSOP, and Disability Support Services
are cosponsoring a ghost tour in celebration of Women's History
Month. "Embracing the Spirits of the Past" features students
from several clubs and organizations performing as influential women
and women's movement groups that have made a positive impact on
will use costumes, props, and music to bring the past to life and
teach about the contributions women such as Sacagawea and Harriet
Tubman made to the world. The Zeta Phi Beta and Lambda Theta Alpha
sororities are participating and students from the Robeson County
program "Dare to be Different" and Purnell Swett High
School are also presenting.
In 1987, the National Women's History
Project successfully petitioned Congress to make March the National
Women's History Month. To find out more about the evolution of Women's
History Month, visit their website linked above.
free program will begin at 7 p.m. at the Lowry Bell tower on Wednesday,
March 31. For more information, contact Director
of Minority Affairs Robert Canida or at 910.522.5790.