Kellie Galentine

Student lives with diabetes

Sariah Abid starts her day like most freshmen residents of the Oaks dormitory at the University of La Verne. She wakes up, eats breakfast and gets ready for class. There is just one difference, which can be revealed by the Medtronic pump that sits in her pocket. Abid, like millions of other Americans, is living with Type 1 diabetes.

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Asbra lobbies for Greek life in Washington

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Fraternity starts sexual assault conversation

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