After repeatedly being frustrated by the financial aid process, junior Amanda Holthouse decided to plan an open forum for students to voice their financial aid concerns.
“George Washington” was the last film for the series on diversity for this school year, shown last week at La Fetra Auditorium.
Kenneth Held, dean of the College of Law in Ontario, announced last week that he will step down from his position to resume the role of a professor for the law school.
Beautiful trees, warm weather and quiet atmosphere – ah, the comforts of the University of La Verne, the school where everything is just a few steps away.
After traveling to Europe one summer and thinking he might stay there for a lifetime, University of La Verne alumnus Eric Mulholland was mysteriously drawn back to ULV because of its allure and magnetic pull. Well, not quite
What do you get when you mix music, paint and sculptures with young passionate seniors? Well, come out to the annual University of La Verne senior art exhibit and find out.
For nearly two years, I have been intrigued by the lives of 64 different individuals. These people are all linked by one particular factor. One factor that sent all of them to various locations around the planet and told them to do three things: outwit, outplay and outlast.
Following allegations of logistical problems and rumors of voter manipulation, the Associated Student Federation Forum elections were postponed last week and held this Tuesday and Thursday.
The University of La Verne men’s soccer team has recently hired a new head coach Crescencio Gonzalez, a longtime contributor to the men and women’s soccer programs, as well as many other sports programs at ULV.