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Campus Times
March 20, 1998


photo by Ryan Sones

A grandmother and driver of this vehicle could do nothing as her door was smashed into the passenger seat, leaving only the passenger, her grandson, alive. The accident was the result of a 20-year-old male driving under the influence of alcohol. La Verne firefighter Mark Horine and firefighter paramedic Dustin Roberts display the Hurst tools known as the "Jaws of Life" beside the point of impact. The University of La Verne's Prevention Committee had the car brought to campus to illustrate the consequences of driving while drunk for their Alcohol and Other Drug Awareness Week.


McElvany heals youth with theater

Alumnus Scot McElvany has been using his theater experience in Bosnia-Herzegovenia.

Peace conference encourages worldwide unity

A week of events is scheduled by Campus Ministry and the Peace Studies program.

Core requirements influence minds

New general education core classes expose students to interdisciplinary studies.

Exhibit introduces community artists

A Latino/Chicano art exhibition comes to campus for International Week.



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