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Campus Times
September 15, 2000


photos by Elizabeth Lucsko

(Above) Resident Advisors Angela Perry and Fiona Cater, Campus Safety Officer Laura Velasquez, Area Coordinator Julie Hurst and La Verne Police Officer Ramzi discuss the vandalism that took place in the Stu-Han dorms. (Below) Residents voiced concerns ranging from security precautions to prevention of another occurrence. During the sunrise hours on Sept. 10, residents at Stu-Han residence halls awoke to find their lobby and recreation areas vandalized. The cost of the vandalism has yet to be determined. Eight residents worked to turn the pool table upright. Many residents volunteered many hours to clean up the mess.


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