Campus and community arts events for the week of March 14, 2003.
Former University of La Verne senior quarterback Rollie Dykstra was released from Loma Linda Community Medical Center Tuesday morning, almost five months after suffering a nearly fatal head injury that occurred in the Leopards’ game against the University of Redlands on Oct. 19.
Good satire is hard to find these days, so I for one especially appreciated Andrew Barton’s lampoon of right-wing bluster and illogic in the Feb. 28 issue [“Letters to the Editor”].
Attention University of La Verne students be on the look out for a Sony Vaio laptop. It was stolen at approximately 5 p.m., Tuesday from Stu-Han wing four.
I do not ascribe to any organized religion. While my family is Catholic, I have chosen to be a religiously and spiritually independent soul.
With so many college expenses, some students are trying to save their money by purchasing textbooks online rather than buying them at the University of La Verne bookstore.
The University of La Verne Career Development and Placement Center hosted the annual career fair Tuesday in Sneaky Park, giving approximately 35 corporations the opportunity to inform ULV students of positions in their businesses.
University of La Verne employees expressed their discontent for a salary proposal that cuts benefits and calls for differential pay among disciplines in an open forum Wednesday.
In non-conference competition, the University of La Verne women’s tennis team suffered a 9-0 loss to Azusa Pacific University Saturday, in Azusa.
The University of La Verne men’s and women’s track and field teams are 4-0 after competing against Occidental College and Cal Lutheran University Saturday at Cal Tech.