Nearly 100 years ago it housed a lemon packing company. Last February it was extensively damaged – and became a media star – in the 5.5 Claremont earthquake.
According to newly elected ASF President Nancy Adams, students, clubs and other organizations will be playing a bigger role this fall when she begins her semester term.
The nation is experiencing a dilemma. College enrollment is on a downswing.
The race for Associated Students Federation president, vice president and board of trustees representative was decided yesterday as a result of elections.
Major changes in the College Work Study program will go into effect this fall.
In an effort to accommodate international and out-of-state students, the Student Affairs Department has reversed its earlier decision to close all residential halls during vacations.
Fire extinguishers and sanitary items have been placed in all buildings of the Oaks following the presentation of a petition to University of La Verne President Stephen Morgan’s office last week by Oaks resident assistants and residents who demanded completion of several projects in the residential buildings.
Water damage to the University of La Verne chapel, caused by a clogged sewer line March 27, is in the process of being repaired by commencement day, May 27.
The University of La Verne baseball field will be dedicated to La Verne alumnus Ben Hines tomorrow at 5 p.m., as part of the Homecoming festivities.
After waiting a year for the Santa Fe Railroad to release property on the southwest corner of First and E Streets (where the train station was once located), the University of La Verne has purchased the one-acre parcel of land for $200,000. The land will provide parking space for the newly-proposed dormitory to be built […]