Many students may not have known about the memorial outside Wilson Library until a few recently took notice and felt the modest memorial – to two ULV students who were killed in World War I – deserved better.
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Hidden around the University of La Verne campus are several memorial sites honoring the fallen.
I find the article “Never Happened Much Too Soon” [Oct. 21] to be right on! It is very appropriate to compare the internment of the Japanese during WWII to the profiling of Muslims in America.
The Coalition for Diversity held a social justice symposium, “‘Never Again’: The Forgotten Lessons of the Japanese American Internment During World War II, Arab American Treatment Post 9/11,” on Oct. 13 in La Fetra Hall.
I am glad we live in a country where we are free to express our differing views.
Good satire is hard to find these days, so I for one especially appreciated Andrew Barton’s lampoon of right-wing bluster and illogic in the Feb. 28 issue [“Letters to the Editor”].
Responding with all due respect to my colleague Professor Janis Dietz’ Letter to the Editor [Feb. 28], where she indicated that she would be willing to give up all of her freedoms for the U.S.A. to protect her. My grandparents and mother were given no such choice.
A disoriented soldier roams at the Omaha Beach during World War II at the invasion of the Normandy, his right arm blown off, his intestines ready to gush out of his ripped stomach. He stumbles upon his right arm and awkwardly bends to pick it up.