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Anti-violence vigil unites support for diversity

“We are joined together tonight in order to make a statement that we as faculty, staff and students and members of the La Verne community will not tolerate violence against anyone for any reason. We, at La Verne, want to let others know that we care about each other as members of the human race and that we appreciate the difference that diversity makes in a community and on campus.”

Letters to the Editor

I am writing in response to the March 8 article titled “Racism in Reverse” [by Raechel Fittante] in the Opinion section.

Poetry event celebrates black history

February is Black History Month and the Afrikan-American Student Union (AASA), along with director, Nichole Mhoon, sophomore, organized a poetry reading on Monday, Feb. 12.

Active members of AASA set goals

Members and officers of the University of La Verne Afrikan-American Student Alliance (AASA) have decided that changes are in order for the fall semester of 1995.

Givens’ poetry sends personal message

“The Black Woman Speaks: A Message to All” was presented on Tuesday night in the Cabaret Theatre. In the 15-minute program, seven female African-American students performed a medley of opinionated poetry along with senior psychology major and ethnic studies minor DiShawn Givens, who wrote the pieces.

Students open Dailey doors for readings

This fall, the Theatre Department will present a series of Open Houses that will be produced by students in the theatre. The Open Houses will be at 7:30 on Tuesday evenings in the Cabaret.

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