Last summer a teaching position in the psychology department at the University of La Verne opened and gave one professor the opportunity to shine.
Sports results, schedule and trivia for the week of March 15, 2002.
Al Reyes, Director of Diversity and Community Programs at ABC, spoke to guests and members of the Latino Student Forum about becoming a reporter in college.
“Encore! Encore!” “Play one more!” Those were the words that the audience was shouting after the PianoFest Concert last Friday night at the University of La Verne in Founders Auditorium.
How safe are the dorms on campus? A quick jog through some of the dorms reveal that half the rooms have their doors propped open. Yes, students are inside the rooms, but some frequently leave for a short time without locking their doors.
With the new spring semester came the new Speech Communication major and minor offered by the department.
Alanis Morissette should require all of her future companions to listen to her albums, not excluding her latest addition, “Under Rug Swept.” Doing so should clear up any possible confusion as to why she sets forth such unreachable standards for those interested in loving her.
I sat in my room one day last semester, perched high above the streets of Athens, Greece, and watched a nightly news segment on the CNN World News report. As I watched the news of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict unravel in front of my eyes, I realized how uninformed I was on foreign affairs.
No, we will never forget that it was the firemen, policemen and ordinary human beings who were and are the real heroes of Sept. 11.
Campus and community news for the week of March 15, 2002.