Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 5, 2001.
Less than a year old, the University of La Verne Dance Team already has given its competition cause for concern.
The right to free speech is the cornerstone of American media and our society. Without this right we don’t have the ability to express thought nor debate ideas without the fear of imprisonment or other punishment.
For weeks, University of La Verne senior Frank Tolentino has been promoting Club Wet, a dance club at the Tiki Room in the Pomona Arts Colony. The first night proved grindin’, but not bumpin’, with about 200 college students in attendance.
The summer of 2001 box office proved to be ruled by sequels, as five of the 11 movies which grossed over $100 million were part of a franchise.
The Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum, in cooperation with the Inter Organization Council (IOC), finished its policy books Sept. 26. The policy books were released to several organizations in a meeting Sept. 28.
Instead of playing computer games on their home computers, more and more people are frequenting specialized arcades which offer a wider variety of such games.
Women’s volleyball swept this week capturing three victories and continuing its undefeated streak.
After an exhausting three games in the past five days, women’s soccer finished out the week with a record of 3-4.
To help students and faculty alike learn more about human relations and how to apply those skills to their daily lives, the Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity (IMRCD) of the University of La Verne set up the Human Relations Issues Process.