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Angel Chavarin and Kim Rampaul, members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, played the roles of hosts to introduce the next one-hit wonder that their brothers will lip-sync. The men of Phi Delta Theta kept the audience and judges laughing throughout their performance in the Athletic Pavilion last Friday to conclude Greek Week. Phi Delta Theta won the lip-sync event but Sigma Kappa was the champions of Greek Week. / photo by Kelly Rivas

Syncing with the Stars

Katarina Woloschuk Staff Writer A week full of tug-of-wars, spelling bees and chalk drawings came to a close last Friday with the final and one of the most important competitions during Greek Week. This year’s lip-sync competition and the presentation of the Greek Awards were held in the basketball gymnasium at the University of La […]

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Students, Teachers and Faculty all gathered in the Chapel on Tuesday, to participate in the prayer service for victims and others affected by the Virginia Tech shooting. The service, put on by the campus ministry, included a prayer, a song by Steve Kinzie, candle lighting with silent and spoken reflections and a responsive reading. Rebecca Berry, a member of the University of La Verne’s women’s soccer team, lit a candle in remembrance of those affected by the tragedy. / photo by Kelly Rivas

Virginia Tech shootings hit home

Madison Steff Staff Writer The lives of people across the nation were forever changed Monday morning as a result of the worst school massacre in United States history costing the lives of 33 students and faculty and injuring more than 20 others. “Our hearts go out to our colleges at Virginia Tech, particularly to the […]

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Reviewing the readings with his student, Professor John Linarelli tries to get them to see the relationships between “Law and Terrorism”. The class is new to the Spring 2007 course catalog for the University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario. The course is an elective that fulfills the upper level writing requirement for Law students. / photo by Kelly Rivas

Law school sets post 9-11 agenda

Iraq immediately comes to mind when terrorism or international affairs are mentioned, but it is important to remember that we need to learn as much as we can about our current situation with that country to avoid any similar future scenarios, said John Linarelli, professor of Law at the University of La Verne.

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