To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the University of La Verne’s Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity invited president J.D. Hokoyama and chief executive officer of leadership education for Asian Pacifics, incorporated (LEAP) to speak in the President’s Dining Room on Wednesday, May 2.
La Verne gets a little attention from Hollywood as Huell Howser, host of KCET’s “Visiting with Huell Howser,” interviews city manager Martin Lomeli.
The Registrar’s Office has been working on helping students with the editorial process of appeals. Almost every Monday the appeals committee meets to grant or deny appeals.
In its second year of operation, Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) honor society is in the process of gaining accreditation to achieve national status from the national offices in Georgia.
With a subtle wit and a world perspective, acclaimed writer and essayist Pico Iyer spoke last Thursday in Founders Hall on topics of globalization, our world and the “Global Soul,” in his speech entitled “Globalization and the Food We Eat.”
Campus news for the week of May 4, 2001.
The housing reservation process was revamped this year in order to simplify and quicken the usually lengthy and time-consuming procedure. Along with these changes to the reservation process, a change is also being made to the dorm rooms themselves.
Changes in our nation’s bankruptcy laws will affect many Americans, particularly college students.
In light of California’s energy crisis, the University of La Verne has taken various measures to cut energy consumption. So far, energy prices cost California businesses and residents $10.9 billion more last summer than the year before.
The Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum met on Wednesday, May 2, in the ASF conference room to discuss upcoming events, old business and the elections for next year’s Forum.