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Campus and community news for the week of April 29.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. argued in favor of expanding the use of sustainable energy in the United States during his talk last week in Morgan Auditorium.
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.
The meltdown at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear Reactor in Fukushima, Japan has brought more devastation to a country already recovering from an earthquake and tsunami.
On Monday and Wednesday senior communications major Debbie Allison collected donations in the Campus Center for Pomona Hope, a local non-profit organization that provides after-school programs and other support for families in Pomona.
Bullying has moved out of the playground and onto the screen, causing cases of cyberbullying to increase in number and severity each year.
The Campus Center Ballroom was open to all students and faculty looking to have a better understanding of Islam during the Muslim Students Association’s first official event of the spring semester, titled “Islam 101.”
The Associated Students of University of La Verne announced their newly elected officials – all of whom ran unopposed – last week.
A student-led campaign to save Ben Hines Field began this week and has already met strong opposition from administration.
Keith Lord, professor of art, has participated in exhibitions as far as Venice. In a recent interview he shares the new turn his work has taken into the world of found wood.