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Ivonne Damitio, junior legal studies major and student ambassador for the office of undergraduate admission, leads a campus tour Wednesday for high school students, including Temecula Valley High School junior Laurel Sexton and her father. Tours for prospective students are offered every day as the University attempts to bolster the freshman enrollment rate./ photo by Tyler Evains
Ivonne Damitio, junior legal studies major and student ambassador for the office of undergraduate admission, leads a campus tour Wednesday for high school students, including Temecula Valley High School junior Laurel Sexton and her father. Tours for prospective students are offered every day as the University attempts to bolster the freshman enrollment rate. / photo by Tyler Evains
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