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Knowledge gained through world exploration

Many University of La Verne students and advisers are preparing for their January interterm trips. The students will go to Belize; Guatemala; Cuernavaca, Mexico; and Italy.

Interterm trips cure travel bug

A new culture can be an exciting thing to experience, but not many students can spend a semester away from home to travel to another country. Fortunately there are travel opportunities for students who want a short trip with all the fun.

Craft transcends classroom walls

Professors at the University of La Verne do more than just teach on campus. Many teach at other colleges, perform in bands or publish books. English professor Kenneth Scambray is one of these.

In the News

Campus news for the week of March 9, 2001.

Trips explore exotic places

The month of January for University of La Verne students is a time for reposing and being able to focus on their classes, being that a student takes a maximum of five units. January is the time to start easing them back into school and a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to explore worlds not always known to them.

Book centers on Italian Americans

Kenneth Scambray, Professor of English at the University of La Verne, began 20 years ago as a book and film critic for L'Italo-Americano, the west coast Italian-English newspaper established in 1908. About three years ago, Scambray decided he would like to write a book that talked about bicultural North American Italian experience.

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