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La Verne gains new warehouse

Nearly 100 years ago it housed a lemon packing company. Last February it was extensively damaged – and became a media star – in the 5.5 Claremont earthquake.

Students elect new ASF leaders; Adams, Braunstein head Forum

According to newly elected ASF Presi­dent Nancy Adams, students, clubs and other organizations will be playing a big­ger role this fall when she begins her semester term.

Applications increasing

The nation is experiencing a dilemma. College enrollment is on a downswing.

ASF Election Results

The race for Associated Students Federation president, vice president and board of trustees representative was decided yesterday as a result of elections.

Work study changes affect student wages

Major changes in the College Work Study program will go into effect this fall.

Oaks to remain open during holiday breaks

In an effort to accommodate interna­tional and out-of-state students, the Stu­dent Affairs Department has reversed its earlier decision to close all residential halls during vacations.

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