What’s new about the Associated Students Forum? A lot, according to Nancy Adams and Harold Braunstein, president and vice president, respectively, of ASF for 1990-91.
A weekend full of centennial activities begins at 10:30 a.m. today with Pulitzer prize winner Dr. Leonard Levy serving as guest speaker at the all-school convocation in Founders Hall Auditorium.
Rich Hernandez, University of La Verne women’s basketball coach, died Wednesday afternoon at his parents home in Ontario. Hernandez was battling a lengthy illness.
A new Macintosh SE/30 computer and laser writer, costing $6,600, purchased during the summer by the new president and vice president of the ASF Forum using surplus 1989-’90 ASF funds assigned to dances, speakers, clubs, et. al, was conducted without the knowledge or vote of the 1989-’90 ASF Forum.
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.