FAIRFIELD — Chocolate and vanilla cupcakes baked by Molly McNamee in her Fairfield University town house probably won’t lead to the release of Bekele Gerba, a professor locked away in an Ethiopian prison.
But it will educate more students about the cause.
“Cupcakes are an attention grabber,” said Adrienne Sgarlato, a Fairfield senior from West Caldwell, N.J., said. “College students are always looking for an incentive.”
Attached to each cupcake the students grabbed Friday on their way in and out of the DiMenna Nyselius Library was a fact about Gerba:
“This is Gerba’s second time being imprisoned.”
“It is speculated that Professor Gerba’s arrest was a reaction to the protests taking place across the Oromia region.”
“An Ethiopian court brought terrorism-related charges against Professor Gerba and 21 others in connection with the protests.”
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