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Speaker Zaru wishes for peace in Mideast

Jean Zaru, a devoted peacemaker and advocate of the non-violent struggle by many Palestinians to end the occupation of their country by Israel, addressed a crowd of about 100 students, faculty and staff last week in Founder’s Auditorium as part of the university’s annual International Festival.

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Anna Roy, Editorial Director

Collective efforts can lead to change

Immediately after the shooting of Irvin Landrum by Claremont police officers on Jan. 11, 1999, protests began. Supporters have not given up their pursuit of justice in what most believe is a racial profiling case gone terribly awry. Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. supporters gather at the Claremont City Council.

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Anna Roy, Editorial Director

There needs to be a ‘Plan B’, and quick

Last summer, my aunt, who is from Medellin, Colombia, visited the U.S. One day, she told us about the time she was listening to the radio and heard that the coffee shop that her son frequents was destroyed by explosives within a parked car. When she got home she found out that her son hadn’t […]

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