Master plan debated
The La Verne that its longtime residents grew up in may not look the same in the near future.
After more than 18 months of discussion with the city, the University is proposing to update the campus in a 15-year expansion plan that would demolish several old buildings and provide room for new developments.
Women fall to Chapman
Surviving the Christmas sweater syndrome
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