Mother’s Day is a day to commemorate all of our mothers, whom we hold dear in our hearts.
With the Communications Department inaugural semester in the newly-renovated Lemon House in the fall, the Campus Times, La Verne Magazine and KULV have selected three outstanding individuals to lead them.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 18, 2001.
After teaching at the University of La Verne for six years, Deborah Burris-Kitchen, professor of sociology and criminology, will be leaving to teach at Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tenn.
Eric Bishop, associate professor of journalism and adviser to the Campus Times, will leave his position, opting to accept the position of Director of Academic Advising and Student Retention.
One may assume that the simple decision of whether or not to use vegetable oil or beef fat when frying fries could make no difference in the world. Wrong according to the Associated Press, Haris Bharti who filed a class action suit against fast food chain McDonald’s claiming they have “secretly” laced their fries with […]
The University of La Verne will be taking 26-30 people to its 22nd year at the Ashland Oregon Shakespeare Festival on June 30-July 8. The festival will showcase eight plays in the Elizabethan Theater, Black Swan and Angus Bowmer Theater.
Regarding Mr. Galaraga’s column “Accident is an indicator of irresponsibility” [May 11], I find the use of the word “irresponsibility” ironic.
The University of La Verne women’s 4×100 relay team has had a tremendous season by blowing away the SCIAC record and qualifying for the NCAA Division III Nationals in Decatur, Ill.
It is not about winning or losing for freshman track and field athlete Eric Thomas. It is only about running against the clock.