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Bio students stick to FACS

Scientific advancement does not only happen with sheep in Scotland and multi-million dollar facilities.

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.

Course planned in Bhutan

University of La Verne students who want to study abroad in January for Core 310 or 340 credit have a new option - the isolated Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.

Events call for conservation

University of La Verne students, faculty and staff were encouraged to be friends of the environment through interactive events and lectures during Tuesday's Earth Day festivities.

Effects of Williams Fire pose threat to wildlife, homes

The Williams Fire, which began Sept. 22, is now 100 percent contained and has burned 37,240 acres. The fire, which burned 72 structures, not only affected human residents of the Angles National Forest and its surrounding areas, but has had an impact on its animal inhabitants.

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Campus news for the week of Oct. 26, 2001.

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