8 APRIL 22, 2009 C a r d in a l C o u r ie r O n l in e . co m • C A R D I N A L C O U R I E E ROLL THE HIGHLIGHT FILM November Jan u a r y 1 0 3 , 1 8 2 • Dollars raised by the Teddi D ance for Love and Belay for Life in 2009, 5 4 « Years Phil Kahler coached at Fisher prior to retiring on Nov. 11. He led the team to 3 2 winning seasons. 3 7 . 8 • Millions of TV viewers who watched Obama's inauguration. Brad Waters After serving a s the only coach in program history; Phil Kahler stepped down from the helm ofthe women's basketball team on Nov. 11. Longtime assis tant Marianne O'Connor Ermi took over as interim coach and led the team to an ECAC title. Boris Sapozhnikov Latasha Hill and Antoinette Poole watch Barack Obama’s swearing-in at a campus inauguration party a tth e Fishbowl on lit. 20. January February Megan Baker Teddi Dance for Love chair Stefanie Gruber (left) and Spirt Per son Iaen Nylund (right) greet dancers a s they run into the room. Teddi raised $51,182 for Camp Good Days a n d Special Times. Boris Sapozhnikov Security officer Bruce Jesse demonstrates property left unlocked, and unattended in the Student Life Center locker room; later, he writes a tickerfor an illegally parked car. Security and park ing were two hotly debated topics a t Fisher this year. Several thefts from dorm rooms and public areas such as the SLC made the issue a particular focus. March March 3 0 : i Percent of students who responded to the Campus Climate Study. About 40 percent of faculty and 65 percent of staff responded. 1 1 , • Percentage of Fisher students o f an African, Latino, Asian or Native American background. Megan Baker Brandon D ’ Arcy and Elise Tjaden are frozen a s they act out a scene o f domestic violence; resident assistant Franz Wright reads a statistic about oppression. Ihe second annual Tunnel o f Oppression, on March 18, raised awareness of issues such a s stereotyping, oppression and violence. Megan Baker Musical comedian Stephen Lynch performs at the Spring Event in he SLC on March 26.