“We are the future; Taco Bell is the past,” said Marcos Para, one of the hundreds of students, farmworkers and community workers from across the nation who gathered to march to the Taco Bell corporate headquarters, protesting its commercial dealings with the S. J. Packing Company’s poor and exploitative labor standards.
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Since the events of Sept. 11, I have been dumbfounded by the arguments of those who advocate non-violence at this juncture [“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 30].
The following is a response to the letter from some members of the School of Business and Global Studies [“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 16].
I would like to thank Mr. Casarez for his insightful letter [Sept. 21]. There is no question that insane murderers committed a horrible crime against humanity on Sept. 11. My heart goes out to all the victims and their families. Killing innocent people can never be justified under any circumstances.
There is no question that the events that transpired on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, were a tremendous tragedy. I grieve for the victims and their families and hope that they may find some measure of comfort in the tremendous outpouring of sympathy the world has shown.
Sodexho Marriott’s regional operations director, Thomas Marotta, sent a letter of response Wednesday after he met with the University of La Verne students who initially raised the issue concerning the treatment of Marriott Housekeeping Services workers at ULV.
Employees of Marriott Housekeeping Services at the University of La Verne, through a group of ULV students, requested on Tuesday that the University’s administration look into allegations of employee abuse by Marriott management.
A charity Dance-A-Thon was held Friday night in collaboration with Spotlight Weekend, sponsored by the University of La Verne’s Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum.
After what he thought was an unorganized study trip to Mexico, senior Lehi Dowell made sure his concerns were heard.
ASF Forum meeting summary for the week of Feb. 18, 2000.