The University of La Verne’s Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum met in the West Dining Room Wednesday, April 21, at 8:36 a.m. Forum members reviewed plans for upcoming activities and made propositions for changes within the structure of its governmental system.
The Second Annual Free Day of Fun, which was originally scheduled for Friday, May 7, has been rescheduled to take place Thursday, May 6.
The day will feature a velcro wall, mock Sumo wrestling, money vault and balloon-bounce boxing, as well as a free lunch for commuters.
ASF will co-sponsor a Bowling Night with ULV sororities and fraternities Tuesday, May 11. Bowling and shoe rentals will be free of charge to those who attend the event at Chaparral Lanes.
The Forum has also planned for an evening of entertainment at Bullwinkle’s Family Fun Center in Upland on May 13. Though exact times for the event have not yet been confirmed, numerous entertainment specialties will be offered to students for free.
Within the last several weeks, the ASF Forum has reviewed, in detail, its governmental system. Some propositions were made to restructure the manner in which ASF operates and how the Forum is established, as well as to make amendments to several of the articles and sections in the Forum’s Constitution.
This week, the Forum spent an extensive amount of time reviewing the proposed changes and voted in favor of breaking the Forum down into two entities-a political sector and an activities sector. It was also decided that, next year, two Freshman Representative positions and two Transfer Representative positions, rather than one position for each, will be available for the student body.