It’s only been four months into President George W. Bush’s administration, and international crises follow one after the other.
As the University of La Verne is growing, the departments on campus are growing as well. As a result, their individual facilities are in need of expansion to accommodate their own needs and therefore need larger facilities in order to do so.
In the wake of violence caused by school shootings over the past two years, one would believe that an effort to promote educational, counseling and gun control programs would be a step in the right direction, yet Texas state Rep. Suzanna Hupp proposed a bill three days before the Santana High School shooting that would […]
On Monday, the American Volleyball Coaches Association, in conjunction with Molten U.S.A., posted an announcement on its website stating that they were “pleased to announce Clarke College as the 2001 Molten Division III Men’s Invitational Volleyball Championship Midwest/West representative.”
When the term “voter irregularity” is mentioned, many Americans immediately picture Florida, with its strange interpretation of the 15th Amendment.
Two weeks ago, the Campus Times ran a story about the University of La Verne Bookstore’s return policy.
In a country that encourages individuality by upholding every citizen’s right to free speech, what would happen if that right were somehow taken away or perhaps not granted at all?
Leading up to the Feb. 23 airing of the Grammys, a controversy arose due to the pairing of two singers. For those unaware, Eminem has been highly criticized for his albums – both good and bad.
Housing at the University of La Verne has a difficult time pleasing students. And as the school populace grows, the housing situation becomes more complex.
It may seem to be a rare occurrence, the University listening to and acting upon the concerns of students and faculty collectively, but it did happen when changes were made in the Commencement process.