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Campus Times
October 23, 1998


Photo by Veero Der-Karabetian

Homecoming week at La Verne is full of events. One of the more popular events is Monte Carlo Night, an evening full of food, gambling, and dancing. Freshman Emerald Yeo, sophomore Kyle Young, and freshmen Terrence Apodaca and Stephanie Adams enjoy a game of craps without the worry of losing real money.


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