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By George D. Taylor, Zeta Tau Chapter, Editor to the Oracle
La Verne, CA – “Where you come from is not who you are or where you will end up,” said Pasadena native, James Hutcheson, a senior student at the University of La Verne. James was talking to a group of young men who were attending the third annual Youth Leadership Conference.

He was one of six University of La Verne...


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