University to host White House Young America Town Hall Meeting
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Spiritus Spring 2013 - Liberal Arts & Education News
CLAE alumnus Elmore Leonard '50 returned to UDM Feb. 27 with his son Peter Leonard for a lecture followed by a question and answer session and book signing. Read More >>
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