Junior Stacey Corso, a member of Iota Delta, bowled for three hours at the sorority’s annual “Bowl for Breath” fundraiser.
Campus and community news for the week of Nov. 15, 2002.
The University of La Verne music department is going high tech with the development of the music library and lab.
One of the hottest topics discussed in the dorms and commuter lounges of the University of Verne is the imposition of mandatory meal plans.
As a reader of the Campus Times, I often read Amanda Stutevoss’ columns and am always refreshed to read her usual introspective spin on things in such a biased newspaper.
It is that time of year again when we see the holidays peeking around the corner. The smell of turkey lingers in the air and mixes with the infamous complaints about in-laws. But what is the real meaning behind Thanksgiving?
The balance of power in the United States has recently shifted in a drastic way. The aftermath of the elections last week left the Republican Party in control of the Senate and the House of Representatives, not to mention the presidency.
As every evening of rehearsal passed, excitement grew. As the curtain call approached, the hours became longer for the nearly 50 people involved in the theatre department’s production of the operetta “Naughty Marietta.”
University of La Verne sophomore Amy Kratochvil has been named Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Athlete of the Year for the 2002 season after her performance for the ULV women’s volleyball team.
In September, Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula was devastated by Hurricane Isidore, which destroyed homes, robbed fishermen of their boats, pummeled the region’s agricultural livelihood and left more than 30,000 families homeless.