Campus news for the week of May 11, 2007.
Tag Archives | afghanistan
Hidden around the University of La Verne campus are several memorial sites honoring the fallen.
I’m writing to thank you for publishing the articles about Cpl. Bernard Corpuz in last week’s issue.
The University of La Verne suffered its first casualty in the War on Terror this summer when alumnus and Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz was killed in Afghanistan.
Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz, a University of La Verne alumnus, was killed on June 11 in Ghanzi, Afghanistan by an improvised explosive device during a small arms fight.
A panel of internationally recognized peacemakers and representatives of peace-minded organizations will hold a forum at 7 p.m., March 24, in La Fetra Auditorium.
Just last month the Bush administration formally concluded its unsuccessful search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Despite the fact that not a single WMD was found, the American people will not be denied their smoking gun.
As B-52’s litter Iraqi deserts and cities with millions of leaflets in ongoing psychological operations, the mainstream news media has become little more than 24-hour “psych-ops” on the American public.
The University of La Verne Peace Fair Tuesday culminated with a concert to raise money for Lambs for Afghanistan, a program which purchases lambs for Afghan refugees.
Using the tragic events of Sept. 11 as a catalyst for discussion, Kerry Kennedy-Cuomo, champion of human rights, spoke to an audience of approximately 30 students, faculty and staff members in Founders Auditorium Tuesday.