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Posted Nov. 2, 2007

Giselle Campbell
Staff Writer

Knowledge is power. That was the core message Eric Schlosser expressed when he spoke to University of La Verne students, faculty and staff Monday in Founders Auditorium.

The event, which drew a large crowd, was sponsored by the Office of Student Life, the Campus Activities Board and Associated Students of the University of La Verne among other groups.

Schlosser, the award-winning author of “Fast Food Nation,” directed his often-witty lecture towards the University’s freshmen class and encouraged them to continue their education and be empowered by it.

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