Conflict in Jerusalem has caused widespread discussion and debate. With its effects as far reaching as La Verne, speaker Howard Parmet lead a discussion on prevailing issues in the Middle East.
Campus and community news for the week of Nov 17, 2000.
ASF Forum meeting summary for the week of Nov. 10, 2000.
With Bill Cook stepping down from the position of academic vice president this past July, the University of La Verne is left searching for a replacement.
John Collari of Collari Originals in Glendora carves wood pieces and signs for a living.
Campus news for the week of Nov. 10, 2000.
Among the youngest entrants of Saturday’s chili cook-off in downtown La Verne, brothers Jimmy Ramos, 13, and John Ramos, 10, and friend John Driver, 9, are cutting venison from a deer hunted by Driver and his father earlier this year.
On Wednesday the first Town meeting of the school year was held. President Stephen Morgan delivered his state of the university address where the main focus of the meeting was on the accomplishments and individuality of the University.
With the results of Tuesday’s election still in doubt, many Leopards are wondering who the next President of the United States will be. Both the states of Florida and Oregon have vote counts that are too close to call.
The University of La Verne welcomes a fresh face to the campus. Alexis Scott, the new Director of Cross Cultural Affairs, works to address and promote diversity among students, faculty and staff.