With the grand opening of the new drive-thru Starbucks coffee shop scheduled for Jan. 6, this popular coffee shop will be sure to attract customers from La Verne as well as its surrounding cities.
Robert G. Gomez and his employees from Interstate Field Services, began tearing the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house down on Monday at 7 am.
The end of a semester signifies change. With the fall semester coming to a close, the Communications Department is planning for that change. This week new editors were announced for next semester’s Campus Times and La Verne Magazine staffs. Alisha Rosas was named editor in chief of the Campus Times, and Danny Craig was named […]
Students at the University of La Verne are being captured on film for the 2000-2001 Lambda yearbook.
Campus and community news for the week of Dec. 8, 2000.
In an effort to provide information to its students, a web site has been launched about the University of La Verne’s Health Center, the services it provides and the immunizations available at the center during the year.
From within the walls of Davenport Dining Hall, students were enlightened as the University of La Verne debate team argued on the motion “That this house would abolish the Electoral College” on Thursday, Nov. 30.
Scenes for “Bubble Boy,” a Disney movie, were filmed at the United Methodist Church on D Street.
Each year, the Model United Nations (MUN) Club at the University of La Verne meets with several other colleges and universities across the world to act as representatives for each country at the Model United Nations conference.
Campus news for the week of Dec. 1, 2000.