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Writers Archives: Nune Gazdhyan

Opportunity offers political insight

University of La Verne students have an opportunity to become involved with the process of tracking candidates for presidency, Congress and state-level positions for the 2000 elections by interning with Project Vote Smart’s headquarters this winter at the Great Divide Ranch in Montana.

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Renovations improve department

The Natural Sciences Department at the University of La Verne has implemented a three-phase remodeling procedure in an effort to improve the overall condition of its facilities and provide students with a suitable learning environment.

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Nune Gazdhyan, Features Editor

Violence not new societal problem

Every time there is a shooting, many wonder how the world has become so violent. The truth is, the world has always been violent and what occurs today is no worse than what happened years ago. People who think that violence is a recent phenomenon either do not know about history or enjoy oblivion.

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Nune Gazdhyan, Features Editor

Death penalty creates hell on earth

Death is upon us, all around us and within. It is a reality that hovers over the sick, the young, the meek, the old and the innocent. It strikes without warning when someone’s time is naturally up, and it is acceptable and understood. However, today death is fantasized over, accelerated and used as a weapon […]

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Textbook retailers get on Internet

For generations the campus bookstore has been the best and only way to purchase textbooks, but that has changed drastically this fall as a number of Web sites VarsityBooks.com, efollett.com, BigWords.com, ecampus.com and Textbooks.com, to name a few, have sprung to initiate an Internet book war and make buying college textbooks as easy as clicking […]

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photo illustration by Isela Peña

The Credit Card Shuffle

Credit cards are easy to get and easy to run up. They are the fastest growing type of consumer loan. In this increasing competitive market, banks and other credit card issuers are eager to give credit to college students regardless of income and credit history.

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