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Lecture enlightens on war

Karla Rendon Arts Editor The Civil War, history and photographic approaches were all hot topics at the University’s “Conversation with the Photographer” on May 8 at the Campus Center. Photographer Eliot Dudik, Professor of English William Cook and Media and Public Affairs Liaison for the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Gregory Cummings all discussed their opinions to an audience... 

Powell’s ‘Agony’ unleashed

Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer Professor of English William Cook’s latest work, “The Agony of Colin Powell,” will premiere in three performances staged at the University of La Verne this weekend. The one-act play presents Colin Powell as a fictional character representing “Everyman” dealing with the conflict between duty and self. Oregon Shakespeare Festival veteran actor Tyrone Wilson brings... 

Powell’s struggles explored in new play

Powell’s struggles explored in new play
ULV alumnus LaVelle Wilson goes through rehearsal for his first one-man show. “The Agony of Colin Powell” is the final performance of Ralph Saldana’s senior directing thesis. William Cook, professor of English, wrote the fictional dramatic monologue dealing with the internal struggle of the former Secretary of State. / photo by Christian Uriarte Veronica Sepulveda Staff Writer A powerful position... 

Happenings

‘The Agony of Colin Powell’ The last performance of Ralph Saldana’s senior directing thesis, “The Agony of Colin Powell,” starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Dailey Theatre. Written by Professor of English William Cook and starring Lavelle Wilson, the play is a dramatic monologue in one act portraying the spiritual and emotional pain of a man in conflict. Tickets are $5 for general admission and... 

Happenings

‘Rachel Corrie’ The Will Geer Theatri­cum Botanicum will perform “My Name is Rachel Corrie” at 8 p.m. April 14 in Morgan Auditorium. The play is the true story of idealistic, 23-year-old American student Rachel Corrie and her emerging sense of social and political justice. For more information, call 909-593-3511 ext. 4552. ‘The Agony of Colin Powell’ Dailey Theatre will host performances... 

Happenings

‘Rachel Corrie’ The Will Geer Theatri­cum Botanicum will perform “My Name is Rachel Corrie” at 8 p.m. April 14 in Morgan Auditorium. The play is the true story of idealistic, 23-year-old American student Rachel Corrie and her emerging sense of social and political justice. For more information, call 909-593-3511 ext. 4552. ‘The Agony of Colin Powell’ Dailey Theatre will host performances... 

Happenings

‘The Agony of Colin Powell’ Dailey Theatre will host performances of Ralph Soldana’s senior directing thesis “The Agony of Colin Powell” at 7:30 p.m. April 19 and 20. Written by Professor of English William Cook, the play is a dramatic monologue in one act. It is a fictitious portrayal of a person in spiritual and emotional pain confronting his dark night of the soul. Tickets are $5 for general... 

Concert is a mix of jazz and politics

Concert is a mix of jazz and politics
Israeli-born Gilad Atzmon, a political activist known for his views on Israel and Palestine, played a jazz concert on Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium. The concert was originally planned for Atzmon to play solo, but he invited adjunct professor of music Gayle Serdan to join him. / photo by Katherine Carega Veronica Orozco Staff Writer Jazz musician and writer Gilad Atzmon played an energetic and exciting... 

Cook presents research on Hawthorne, short stories

Cook presents research on Hawthorne, short stories
Bill Cook, professor of English, spoke about Nathaniel Hawthorne in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. During the lecture, Cook thanked the faculty for a gift, the first edition of Hawthorne’s “Twice-Told Tales.”  He received this when he left his position as provost and vice president of academic affairs. / photo by Debora Escobar Veronica Sepulveda Staff Writer Bill Cook, professor... 

Talk tackles historic conflict

Talk tackles historic conflict
Bill Cook, professor of English, discussed the diminishing amount of Palestinian land in Israel, West Bank and the Gaza Strip on Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom A. Cook encouraged his audience of faculty and staff not to simply take his word about Palestine, but to research the truths about its people and their rich history for themselves. / photo by Scott Mirimanian Branden del Rio Editor in... 
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