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Posted March 7, 2008

Lesley Michaels
Staff Writer

The University of La Verne welcomed Sen. George McGovern to speak on campus in a variety of lectures. The focal point of his visit was his lecture on Thursday titled “Ending Hunger in Our Time.”

Pulling from his experience as a prominent politician, diplomat and scholar, McGovern spoke in the La Fetra auditorium about world hunger and the involvement of the United States.

“For most people in the world, the weapons of mass destruction are hunger, lack of water, malnutrition and disease,” McGovern said.

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