About 15 students and faculty discussed religion and unity at the Interfaith Student Roundtable for Hope and Peace last week in the Campus Center.
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Wednesday was the perfect day to spread the message of unity and justice at the fourth annual Peace Fair, presented by the Peace Studies Department.
Whoever said achieving peace was a lost cause did not count on the upcoming peace day taking place April 9.
Eight University of La Verne students, accompanied by Richard Gelm, chairman of the political science department, traveled to New York during spring break to attend the five-day national Model United Nations conference.
Four University of La Verne students traveled to North Manchester, Ind., to take part in a three-day conference, titled “Organizing for Peace.” It was a gathering for people who wanted to respond actively and nonviolently to the current war on terrorism.
The following is a response to the letter from some members of the School of Business and Global Studies [“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 16].
Tents were pitched and a picture of a dove hung in the Quad as part of Tent City, a multi-faceted event organized by the Peace Studies Department, the Model United Nations, and other students and faculty.
Last week, Nov. 9, the Peace Studies Department used University resources to publish an announcement of a tent city to symbolize the plight of the Afghan refugees. In the same week, there was an article in the Campus Times about the debate club [“LV Lordsburg debate talks the talk”].
Starting at noon on Tuesday, members of the University of La Verne community will set up a tent city to dramatize the experience of Afghan refugees.
Hidden in the University of La Verne Chapel is a place unknown to most students: the Peace Loft.