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Matzah, parsley and horseradish were used during the Model Seder in the President’s Dining Room on Wednesday by University of La Verne golfers Mitchell Fedorka and Matt Bernal. Matzah is eaten during Passover to remind people of the hardships the Jews suffered leaving Egypt. It also signifies the hastiness with which the Jews departed, since they had no time to prepare leavened bread. / photo by Rafael Anguiano

Seder marks Jewish exodus

Sher Porter LV Life Editor Guests were treated to a ritual with songs, food and symbolism for the Model Passover Seder on Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room. Passover commemorates the story of Moses and the Jews’ exodus from slavery in Egypt. “It’s a celebration of freedom from slavery,” said Don Pollock, professor of communications, […]

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Every spring semester at ULV, the Iota Delta Sorority sponsors a Clothesline Project for victims of abuse to decorate shirts and share their stories. Claudia Estupinian, a Project Sister representative, talks with supporters Wednesday about the ways they can help people who are close to them who may be subject to abuse. The Clothesline Project began in 1990 to address the issue of violence against women. Afterward, Iota Delta will send the shirts to the National Clothesline Project in Washington, D.C., to symbolize their support. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes

With their hearts on their sleeves

Sher Porter LV Life Editor The voices of women who have been abused, battered and murdered were heard on campus this week as the Iota Delta Sorority held its annual Clothesline Project philanthropy event. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday through Thursday, the sorority set up a table and a clothesline in Sneaky […]

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