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Posted Dec.12, 2008

Lesley Michaels
News/Web Editor

A proposal is pending before the president and board of trustees to allow the sale and use of alcohol for special events in the new Student Center third floor banquet hall.

In addition to this alteration to the social structure of the University of La Verne, this prospect implies a school alcohol policy change, allowing for a wet campus.

Phil Hawkey, executive vice president, expects to draft an official proposal to be presented before the president before March of next year.

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