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Effects of Athens closure still felt

Tracy Spicer
Assistant Editor


Although it has been more than one year since the University of La Verne closed the Athens campus, the University continues to endure negative criticism as well as seven lawsuits currently pending in Greece.

While University administrators firmly stand behind their decision, many former Athens campus employees, bolstered by the ULV chapter of the American Association of University Professors, are demanding answers and compensation from the California institution.
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Posted November 18, 2005
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