Problems that have plagued the student housing program at the University of La Verne in the past have resurfaced once again to force students to raise questions on just what is the future of University housing.
The foundation of the Student Affairs Committee was shaken, as Calvin Szueber, Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum member, expressed the concerns of students and faculty members in the selection of the 24 seniors chosen to be in the 1982 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, a national honor.
A proposed $9 increase for the 1982-83 Associated Students Federation (ASF) fees was defeated in an election Nov. 17 and 19.
There is good news for undergraduates at the University of La Verne who are thinking of attending law school and would like to save a year’s worth of tuition.
Doug Carter, a junior business administration major attending the University of La Verne, was nominated for a National American Farmer Degree by the Future Farmers of America.
Unknown to many University of La Verne students is a group of administrators who play a vital role in the management of the institution during their weekly meetings.
A budgetary statement for the Associated Students Federation (ASF), prepared by Treasurer Dana Jones, showed that current expenditures were well within the limits of spending allowances. As Jones put it at the recent ASF meeting, “For once I can say ASF is not spending its money fast enough.”
Campus news for the week of Nov. 20, 1981.
Each year, graduating senior students across the United States are chosen for a distinguished award, that award being the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Over 200 students, faculty and staff members, alumni and friends swept through the University of La Verne campus like human vacuum cleaners and left ULV virtually spotless on Build La Verne Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11.