March 12, 2004
Claremont McKenna College professor of psychology Kerri Dunn addresses the
crowd after classes were cancelled at all five Claremont colleges Wednesday
following a series of race-related incidents, culminating in the vandalism of
Dunns car Tuesday night during a talk on Free Speech vs. Hate Speech.
The police and FBI are investigating the incident as a felony hate crime.
A hate crime at the Claremont Colleges prompts a public outcry.
On-campus students are joining an exodus moving out of the residence halls
mid-year, often in violation of their housing contracts.
John K. Roth speaks on the question, "Why Learn About the Holocaust?"
The Broadcast Education Association honors the work of three ULV radio students
and one television student.
A 19-year-old La Verne resident is held on suspicion of peeping into Stu-Han.
The annual event allows students to network with potential employers.
The Literacy Clinic teams with the popular retailer to collect books for underprivileged