“No Exit,” by Jean-Paul Sartre showed for three consecutive nights in the Cabaret Theatre last week.
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Philosophy. Existentialism. Theater. Criminal law. These four words do not seem to have much in common to most people, but to senior philosophy major Dustin Lorentz, they make perfect sense.
Campus and community arts events for the week of March 10, 2000.
Every day is full of endless possibilities and life changing experiences for people like Nia Foes, who came to the University of La Verne from Greece, to be an active part of the community through her acting career.
Following the dismissal of part-time Spanish professor Paul Zarna early Tuesday afternoon, about eight students from his class gathered in protest to appeal the decision to Dr. Gerard Lavatori, chair of the Foreign Languages Department.
How many people really know who they are, or who they want to become? In the “Company” the main character, Bobby, is in search of that very question.