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Retirement options may stay intact

Administrators’ recent decision to change the retirement plan for all University employees is expected to be reversed, in light of strong opposition by faculty, who objected to the fact that such a decision was made without their consultation.

Commentary: Real talent allowed to shine in ‘The Voice’

<i>Commentary</i>: Real talent allowed to shine in ‘The Voice’

The debut of “American Idol” in 2002 created a new model of singing competition that was praised as the contest for the people. The genius behind the show was the opportunity for average Americans to audition and compete for a record deal.

Kevin Brousard brings home the gold

Kevin Brousard brought home gold medals in both the shotput and discus events from the International Blind Sports Federation World Games last month in Antalya, Turkey.

Housing not making smart moves

As if creating a first-come, first-served basis priority deadline was not bad enough, there has been another questionable decision made by the Housing Office.

Gun ownership not for terrorists

Gun ownership not for terrorists

There are 11 reasons why the government can deny someone the right to buy a firearm, including being an illegal immigrant or convicted felon, but being on the terror watch list is not one of them.

Esteemed professor and dean Donald Clague dies

Esteemed professor and dean Donald Clague dies

Dr. William Donald Clague, esteemed professor and administrator at the University of La Verne, has died of natural causes. He was 90.

Commentary: Wonderful cause, terrible approach

<i>Commentary</i>: Wonderful cause, terrible approach

Men, women and children have taken to the streets of cities all over the world in an event known as the “Slut Walk” to make it clear that women are not responsible for being raped.

Jonathan Reed takes on pseudo-science

Jonathan Reed takes on pseudo-science

Jonathan Reed, professor of religion and interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, described the difference between science and pseudo-science in his lecture Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Bullies move online

Bullying has moved out of the playground and onto the screen, causing cases of cyberbullying to increase in number and severity each year.

Annual festival showcases international appreciation

The Claremont McKenna College Quadrangle was filled with the tastes and sounds of cultures from around the world on Saturday afternoon.

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