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Students learn from Cleaver

For a long time I have been arguing amongst my friends that one of the biggest problems with the University of La Verne is the lack of good speakers.

Bhutto speaks, but not many hear

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benezir Bhutto spoke at the University of La Verne to students and faculty on Monday. Bhutto came to speak at the request of her cousin, Dr. Ahmed Ispahani, professor of business administration and economics. She spoke of democracy, justice, elections and the media. Her speech was positive and those in attendance gave very favorable and high remarks about Bhutto's comments. This being said, would it not have been beneficial to the University if more students were invited to attend?

Letters to the Editor

To begin with, I am not, nor will be, a member of the Nation of Islam. However, ignorance is ignorance, and Raechel Fittante continuously writes columns out of just that.

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.

Muhammad brings message for students

As Black History Month came to a close last Thursday, Tony Muhammad, west coast representative of the Nation of Islam, spoke to a half-full auditorium of University of La Verne students, faculty and visitors about the role of the black student for the year 2000.

Racism in reverse

Seeming to use the stage in Founders Auditorium as a pulpit to spew racist nonsense, Tony Muhammad, the not so poignant representative of the Nation of Islam, showed the University of La Verne how the pointless rambling of a man with a vendetta can give a bad name to just about anyone.

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