One of the nation’s greatest debates became even more controversial with the Federal Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the abortion pill RU486. The series of two pills, designed to induce a pregnant woman to expel her fetus within the first seven weeks, will be marketed in the United States as Mifepristone.
As November’s elections get closer, the Republicans and Democrats continue to visit each state in the country hoping to encourage more voter registration and win the people’s vote for president.
Out with the old, and in with the new. The University of La Verne is changing its ways, and that includes the campus-wide used print cards for general purpose computer labs.
Campus news for the week of Oct. 13, 2000.
Roommates and computer science majors Nick Van Der Wande and Jason Opdycke have made a proposal to assist in installing Ethernet into the Oaks Residence Halls. Ethernet is a service which would allow students to connect to the Internet without having to use their phone line.
In continuing an annual tradition, the University of La Verne student body elected 10 seniors to be a part of the 2000 Homecoming Court, which was announced on Oct. 9 during the Illumination ceremony.
Next September, the Hoover Building will become the new home to the Behavioral Science department, CAPA and John Gingrich, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. A decision process will then take place to determine which departments will be moving into the empty spaces in Founders Hall.
Living in college dorm rooms can be the most exciting experience of a young adult’s life. Roommates, parties, sororities, fraternities and meningitis?
The National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) accredited the University of La Verne’s Masters of Public Administration degree program on July 19.
Following concerns that the treatment and working conditions of Sodexho Marriott employees have not improved, Marriott’s regional operations director Thomas Marotta met with the Coalition of Diversity on Tuesday, where both staff and students questioned Marriott’s adherence to the promises made to employees last semester.