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Students given secret design project

Oct 23, 2012 No Comments

SAN RAFAEL, Calif.—It is a long standing tradition at Dominican University of California, that each Senior class is presented with a shield. Displayed in several locations on campus, they represent the graduating class in perpetuity (some date back to the 1920s.)

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Author’s 007 experience makes for a most interesting life

Oct 16, 2012 No Comments

SAN RAFAEL, Calif.—The Institute for Leadership Studies nabbed world famous author, Salman Rushdie, for a packed to the rafters inspirational talk in Angelico Hall on Tuesday September 25, 2012. The controversial and innovative thinker did not disappoint the Domincian University of California crowd.

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ASDU responds to students’ needs

Oct 10, 2012 No Comments

SAN RAFAEL, Calif.—With a new school year and new president of the Associated Students of Dominican University (ASDU), comes new changes for the DU community. ASDU president, Senior Eleno Nunez (a biology major) has already made significant improvements in student participation and awareness in university events.

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Presidential debate, where the party is

Oct 02, 2012 No Comments

SAN RAFAEL, Calif.—The first of three presidential debates between Democratic nominee and current President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney is happening Wednesday, October 3 at 6 p.m., and there are plenty of places locally to watch the event and party too. On campus at Dominican University of California, there will be a viewing […]

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Bob Dylan – ‘Tempest’

Sep 25, 2012 No Comments

SAN RAFAEL, Calif.—50 years into a career that has influenced generations of popular music and American culture, Bob Dylan is now enjoying one more popularity boost at the age of 71. “Tempest,” was released on September 11th. His recent creative streak, which has been called “the voice of his generation,” captures both the past and the […]

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Student debt after life

Sep 25, 2012 No Comments

SAN RAFAEL, Calif.—A MoveOn.com petition hit the e-mail inboxes of many Bay Area residents in early September, with an appeal to Citibank to forgive student loans in cases where students or recent grads have been permanently disabled or deceased.

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