Generosity. Webster’s Third New International Dictionary defines it as, “Liberality in spirit or act: magnamity, benevolence.”
You are making your way down the University of La Verne quad, when you find yourself heading straight for the seal. You ask yourself – To walk, or not to walk. This is a scenario that ULV students face daily.
University of La Verne students are faced with life-altering decisions that can, and will, ultimately define their beings. For these young adults seeking higher education, the decision-making process has never been so important.
Ever since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Americans have been showing pride, patriotism and respect for the United States by displaying the American flag. There are American flags on cars, shirts, outside of houses, even on little toothpicks stuck in sandwiches.
When the nation’s president was tested in front of Congress for his sexual relations, the University of La Verne campus acted as though it had no opinion. Then when the state of California was voting on rights for same sex marriage laws, the student body was silent. Even now with the world in chaos over […]
Just short of 60 years after Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke before congress declaring war on Japan, George W. Bush stood before congress on Sept. 20 and made promises to rid the world of the evil which perpetrated the murders of more than 6,000 innocent people in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania with something he has […]
College students account for a percentage of the population which is usually short on cash. College students support an institution that provides an education. But at the same time mandate expenses that add to student debt. These expenses range from lab fees to student activity fees and then there are textbooks.
Student Center. When thought of, images of students hanging out, having fun and playing games come to mind.
Almost out of nowhere, the United States of America was attacked by a “faceless coward” that left the nation crying for its victims, and at the same time, outraged at this tragedy.
There are too many professors who are leaving the University of La Verne to go to other schools that will provide them better financial opportunities than apparently ULV is able to.