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In response to the article regarding the class evaluations (“Evals in need of examination,” Sept. 28), I agree that it is a rather tedious/long evaluation and really does not have pertinent questions to better evaluate the class.

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The University of La Verne’s Alpha Chi National Honor Society sponsored a lecture titled “Slavery and Public Memory: Dutch and American National Heritage,” by Johanna Kardux, director of English at Leiden University in the Netherlands. The Oct. 15 event was the first of five lectures that will be about Slavery and Memory in Transatlantic Perspective. Kardux is a faculty member at the University of La Verne on a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence award. Al Clark, associate vice president of academic affairs, along with Matt Witt, associate professor of public administration, listened to Kardux talk about her experiences, while Udit Gratz, an Amsterdam native, joined in the conversation. Kardux is set to lecture again on Nov. 12 about “Black Man, White Heart: The Enslaved Mind of Jacobus Capitein.” / photo by Steven Bier

Kardux lectures on slave trade

The University of La Verne’s Alpha Chi National Honor Society sponsored a lecture titled “Slavery and Public Memory: Dutch and American National Heritage,” by Johanna Kardux, director of English at Leiden University in the Netherlands.

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LV Campus Center breaks ground

With the promise to reveal the new Sara and Michael Abraham Campus Center in 18 months, a bulldozer revved its engine and dug up a large piece of earth to ceremonially represent that construction on the new center had begun, on Saturday.

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Gayle Fey and Gary Wilson share a moment as they stand outside the evacuation center in San Bernardino. The couple live in Rim Forest, a small town on the outskirts of Lake Arrowhead in the San Bernardino Mountains. Fey and Wilson have been evacuated since Tuesday, and have been staying in the shelter located in the Orange Show Pavilion. Fey and Wilson are two of many away from their homes. / photo by Leah Heagy

Wildfires scorch Southland

Receiving fearful phone calls from a younger sister trapped on a San Diego college campus, a brother risking his life to fight the uncontrollable fires. Finding out a volunteer evacuation has been assigned for her own neighborhood – all while she was over an hour away from her closest family members.

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