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Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, has studied this group for years and shared her findings in “Get A Job: The Aspirational Dreams and Realities of Incarcerated Delinquent Males“ on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Many people struggle to understand the true meaning of accepting the differences of ethnic backgrounds, and how others might perceive situations in contrast to their own situation. These issues opened up discussion at the multicultural club event, “Walking in Others’ Shoes,” on socioeconomics Monday.
Turn out was lower than hoped, and the event titled “Sexuality and Gender” part of last week’s Diversity Week, was changed.
Changes in food service and selection have been implemented in campus dining facilities recently, but they are not appeasing La Verne students.
Campus and community events for the week of March 11.
Egypt’s current situation may not have been foreseen by many, but Yehia Mortagy, who shared his knowledge in his lecture, “Egypt: Recent, Present, and Road to the Future,” feels the recent events have been building up for an extended period of time.
The debate team will part ways for the weekend as its members attend debate tournaments in New York and Oregon in order to prepare for the national championships.
College students are concerned about the mounting evidence of radiation emitted from cell phones and the possible health risk that comes with exposure, at least according to an informal survey conducted last week.
“We are a waste culture,” said Christopher Veirs, senior planner and sustainability coordinator for the city of Claremont, during a lecture last week at the University of La Verne.
Diversity week was filled with many events all with the goal of changing the way students think about social subjects, including a dialogue on race and ethnicity on Tuesday.