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Cogburn said despite an ethical
controversy surrounding Mandela's
behavior in South Africa in recent
years, she still has a strong follow-
ing throughout the world and her
visit to the University was a testa-
ment to her popularity.
Mandela's visit was sponsored in
part by CAAS and Students of
Color on Campus.
Elizabeth James, information and
resource coordinator for CAAS, has
worked with Students of Color on
Campus to organize events this
week to benefit the children of
"Donations and proceeds from all
of this week's programs were going
to be presented to Mrs. Mandela,"
James said. "Now we'll have to ship
the donations over."
Students of Color on Campus
have been collecting donations this
week on the Diag as part of AIDS r>W
James said Mandela's cancella-
tion was disappointing but under-
"We were so hopeful, but these r
things happen and now we're just
thinking of how we can help the
situation in South Africa," James
"Sending our donations to the
children of South Africa is a good
start," he said.
Ross said he plans to work with
his students to schedule another
program for next spring.
"We can't make up for it, but we
will try to find a way to recreate
their excitement," Ross said.
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