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Campus Times
March 19, 1999


photo by Naoko Yokota

Calvyn Mansnembra, a graduate from the University of La Verne MBA program, and Emaliya Kartika participated in the Multicultural Fair on Tuesday. The two worked at the Indonesian booth, which won first prize for most creative.


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