Sports results, schedule and trivia for the week of March 1, 2002.
Many new faces have graced the University of La Verne campus this year. Mary Ann Rose is the latest addition to the ULV staff.
Michael Nestoff, 50, of La Palma lost his life Tuesday afternoon when his two-seater airplane crashed into horse stables on Fairplex property in Pomona.
The La Verne Community Center was filled with the sounds of children Saturday, as many proud pet owners showed off their beloved pets in the annual La Verne Pet Pageant and Parade.
The University of La Verne men’s volleyball team improved its season record to 8-5 with the defeat of the Mercyhurst Lakers (3-8) from Pennsylvania in three games Sunday, in the Supertents.
Several years ago I noticed that many of my close friends wore bracelets that promoted Christian morals. The bracelets read, “WWJD” and the letters stand for “What would Jesus Do.” This simple acronym has become a popular trend that students and adults who practice strong religious beliefs bought into and supported by wearing.
I am writing in regards to the article [“RAs should also abide by rules,” Feb. 15] about how the PA/RAs and how completely disrespectful it was to the PA/RAs and the housing administration.
The University of La Verne held an informational workshop for the Los Angeles County Office of Education to attract qualified candidates to the many openings in the field of school of business management.
What is an HMO? The answer to this question is clearly explained in the new PG-13-rated drama “John Q.” The movie features Oscar nominee Denzel Washington in the character John Q. Archibald, a desperate father whom the health system fails, leaving him nothing more than an extreme decision to save his son’s life.
With Black History Month ending, the African American Student Alliance presented its own rendition of the Griot Monologues in La Fetra Hall Wednesday.