LV Life

Lack of attendees postpones Creative Dating

Due to posters and sign advertisements around school, about 30 people poured into the Student Center last Friday night at 7 p.m. eager for a presentation on dating which was designed to enlighten students on ways to promote successful relationships. Many were disappointed, though, when the workshop was cancelled.

Greek Week returns

Freshman Stephanie Kiser, senior Nicole Merriweather and sophomore LaKisha Dent compete in yesterday’s Greek Week ice cream eating contest.

Senior retreat offers time for reflection

Near the end of each school year, Senior Retreat gives graduating students a chance spend a weekend away at camp to put closure on another part of their lives.

Trophies highlight debaters’ season

Finishing the year with another trophy to add to its rapidly growing collection, the University of La Verne Debate Squad’s first team of freshman Shannon Beets and sophomore Scott Mac Kay converted the National Debate Championship into a landmark by becoming the highest-ranked parliamentary debate team in California and the first team in ULV history to qualify into the octa (eighth round) finals in a competition of this magnitude.

Center offers support, raises consciousness

Providing support for culturally-based organizations, a place for clubs to meet and just a hang-out for students are the purposes of the Minority Resource Center.

Partners, friends in talent business

Junior David Held and freshman S. Baker Eatmon are combining their creative talents and blending a bit of their offbeat sense of humor and team spirit into their own business, B & D Productions.

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