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Sciences granted $250k from Fletcher Jones

What once appeared as inexplicable phenomena – such as how snowflakes are formed or why stars form certain patterns in the sky – will be explained through math and physics now that the University of La Verne has been awarded a $250,000 grant to fund a Complex Dynamical Systems Laboratory.

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Letters to the Editor

In response to the article regarding the class evaluations (“Evals in need of examination,” Sept. 28), I agree that it is a rather tedious/long evaluation and really does not have pertinent questions to better evaluate the class.

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Faculty and students gathered on Oct. 9 for Christine Broussard’s Faculty Lecture Series talk in the Presidents Dining Room concerning T-cell development. Broussard was recently awarded a $147,547 Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement grant to develop the undergraduate biology course sequence, titled “Visualizing Cells and Embryos: Integrating Modern Cell and Development Biology Techniques into the Undergraduate Biology Curriculum.” / photo by Jaclyn Dino

Toxins tamper with T cell growth

Alexandra Lozano Editorial Director Women – watch what you eat. Professor Christine Brous­sard and others researched how pesticides change cells in the thymus during fetal development. About 15 people gathered in the President’s Dining room on Oct. 9 for Broussard’s lecture “The Effects of Selected Environmental Toxicants on the Viability and Development of T Cells.” […]

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