The university has seen the chaos evolved out of pre-registration and has taken measures to improve the quality of registering so that on Nov. 6, the process for students will be a smooth one.
The Claremont Colleges were the scene of a tremendous turnout, as hundreds of people filled the Mabel Shaw Bridges Music Auditorium to capacity on Oct. 20 for a visit from a presidential hopeful.
Campus and community news for the week of Oct. 27, 2000.
With just 11 days left until the next president of the United States is elected, the race for the White House has reached beyond the televised debate halls to the halls of ULV. For an overwhelming amount of students on campus, this will be their first time punching out their ballot for an office higher […]
While most voters have been exposed to the campaigns of Al Gore and George W. Bush, few have seen what the third-party candidates have pledged to offer.
In an exemplary premiere performance, the University of La Verne Speech and Debate Team traveled to San Diego State University on Oct. 14-16 to compete in the Aztec Invitational. In continuing with tradition, the team proved their excellence by capturing several top honors.
The Office of Admissions believes that “the worst is over” in the University of La Verne’s overcrowding dilemma.
ASF Forum meeting summary for the week of Oct. 20, 2000.
The winning moment of Homecoming 2000 was the crowing of the queen.
The Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum will present Sarah Weddington, winning attorney from Roe vs. Wade, to speak in Founders Auditorium, followed by a debate by the University of La Verne debate team and an all school picnic, on Tuesday Oct. 24 starting at 10:30 a.m.