Security improvements seen around campus

Within the last two years, Security has improved in noticeable ways to continue their efforts in crime prevention.

LVTV programming produced by students

“I haven’t gotten a lot of calls from the community, but it’s (LVTV) off to a good start,” said Don Pollock, associate professor of communications.

VP Baron resigns post

After only six months of service to the University of La Verne, Bruce Baron, vice president of Admin­is­tra­tion and Finance, submitted his resignation, effective Oct. 10.

LEAD grade averages highest ever

Statistics taken by Associate Dean of Student Services, Loretta Rahmani, show that the average grade point average (GPA) of all participants in the Leadership, Education and Develop­ment program (LEAD) is 3.21.

University regains control of LVTV

Following a long period of bidding and contract negotiations, the University of La Verne Communications Department has reacquired the contract to run the city of La Verne’s cable television station, LVTV.

Rainy days

Heading for cover during Tuesday’s rain storm, student trainers Gilbert Gomez and Nathan Quintana cruise on the trainers’ utility cart.

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