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Letters to the Editor

First off, as an alumnus of the University of La Verne and a founding member of Phi Delta Theta, I am extremely disappointed in the fraternity for the actions committed following the preference dinner.

Letters to the Editor

In your March 27, 1998, edition of the Campus Times, Angelica Martinez wrote an article entitled "Variety Show Reveals Hidden Talents." I was surprised to find out that the Black National Anthem had been changed from "Lift Every Voice" to "We Shall Overcome."

Debate competition goes too far

Athletes at the University of La Verne and other NCAA schools are subject to strict rules regarding how long they are eligible to play. Athletes are eligible to actually participate for four years, but have five years in which to play the four, using one as a red-shirt year. If the athlete does not meet these guidelines the universities can be sanctioned by the NCAA.

Debate prepares for Worlds

The University of La Verne's debate team hosted a preparation debate competition for the World Championships last weekend in Founders Hall.

Crowning concludes week of ULV’s Homecoming activities

The 1997 University of La Verne Homecoming Court flanks last year's King Scott Mac Kay and Queen Tieu-My Nguyen.

In the wings… Coming to a theater near you

With the closing of Third Street in front of Founders Hall, Illumination took place Monday night. Each prince and princess, dressed at their best, was escorted by a friend or family member down the red carpet while many La Verne students cheered for their favorite candidate.

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