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Fair brings community organizations to campus

The University of La Verne held a Community Fair that featured nonprofits, student organizations, and more Tuesday morning in front of the Ludwick Center. The goal of the fair was to promote service opportunities for students within the local community.

Panel discusses the impact of affirmative action ending

In light of this, the student bar association at the University of La Verne held its affirmative action panel on Nov. 3 in the Morgan Auditorium.  About 40 people showed up for the event.

LVPD concealed carry weapon applications cause a divide

The city of La Verne's recently announced concealed weapons permit policy has drawn a threat of legal action over the cost of the permits.

Los Angeles County Superior Court candidates talk solutions

Candidates for Los Angeles County Superior Court judge attended a judicial candidate forum sponsored by the NAACP and the Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley on May 6 in Morgan Auditorium.

Legal studies professor hopes to go from classroom to courtroom

Assistant Professor of Legal Studies Thomas Allison may soon be trading in his position as professor for a seat on the bench. The University of La Verne professor is running for Los Angeles County Superior Court judge. 

Lecture discusses social issues in relation to health

Thomas Allison, assistant professor of legal studies, discusses the social determinants of health in his lecture, “Compassionate Public Discourse,” Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture series in the Executive Board Room.

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