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Naim highlights Ethiopian Jews

The University of La Verne welcomed former Israel Ambassador to Ethiopia Asher Naim last week.

Cook lectures on religion in politics

With the upcoming presidential election and the newfound need for candidates to label their religious views, Bill Cook, professor of English, held a lecture titled, “Blinded by Belief: Faith vs. Freedom.”

Reed explains there’s more to world’s marble

Studying the history and varieties of marble has led Jonathan Reed, professor of religion at the University of La Verne, to Athens, Greece, where he and some students traveled to on a field trip over the summer.

Bush’s new peace plan

President George W. Bush should be congratulated for finally unveiling the long-delayed road map for peace in the Middle East, which would establish a Palestinian state and end 31 months of violence.

Peace week offers insight

I do not ascribe to any organized religion. While my family is Catholic, I have chosen to be a religiously and spiritually independent soul.

Letters to the Editor

Regarding "Redefining the meaning of average" by your editor in chief [May 3].

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