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The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held an “Open Campus” event Tuesday in the Office of Student Life to encourage students to apply for positions on the Campus Activities Board and ASULV, as well as certain scholarships and Orientation Week Leader positions. Carmen Yang and Charles Lapuz, both sophomore business majors, perused the applications. / photo by Cortney Mace
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held an “Open Campus” event Tuesday in the Office of Student Life to encourage students to apply for positions on the Campus Activities Board and ASULV, as well as certain scholarships and Orientation Week Leader positions. Carmen Yang and Charles Lapuz, both sophomore business majors, perused the applications. / photo by Cortney Mace
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