Kevin Walker says he knows almost all University of La Verne campus residents by name, if not by face. That may seem like quite an achievement, but Walker gets around.
It is always nice when a local Southern California city such as Orange becomes home to the first history-making endeavor that will change the face things as we know it.
They are not a club yet, but a group of students plan to be one in the near future. The group of students which wants to be the Hawaiian club is now organizing and the only thing that is keeping them from starting the club is the constitution.
While Santa is still trying to lose weight and his helpers are busy tuning up the sleigh and feeding energy bars to Donner, Blitzen and company, the Christmas spirit has already hit the University of La Verne.
They clean tables, serve food, and pretend to not be irritated by friendly food fights that tend to break out during the anxiety-filled finals weeks.
College Panhellenic Association, made up of the Phi Sigma Sigma, Sigma Kappa and Iota Delta sororities, held a scholarship reception.
Decorations for the holidays are already covering stores and streets, and the ULV campus is not an exception.
Iota Delta Sorority members organized “Bowl-for-Breath,” a fundraising event for the National Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, which took place at Chaparral Lanes in San Dimas Sunday.
At the University of La Verne, students are not bound to traditional forms of education alone. Through the Brethren Colleges Abroad (BCA) program and the University’s own study abroad program, students can spend a semester or year learning alongside students in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
When talking to senior Melissa Negrete, one can quickly figure out that she is probably the most giving person at the University of La Verne.