Campus and community news for the week of April 5, 2002.
For the next three years, the University of La Verne is planning to improve and enhance its image in several areas.
The University of La Verne men’s golf team battled to a sixth place finish out of the 16 teams present for the California Lutheran Invitational held March 25-26 at La Purisima Golf Course.
“‘This is woman’s hour’ The Life of Mary Baker Eddy,” a travelling multimedia exhibit recently in the Honnold/Mudd Library at the Claremont Colleges honoring Women’s History Month, is a nationally acclaimed tour celebrating the life of a 19th-century woman, who among her many noted accomplishments founded the Church of Christ, Scientist.
Campus arts events for the week of April 5, 2002.
Are you hungry and looking for a quick, inexpensive snack? Are you tired of the packaged breakfast food at Circle K? Try one of La Verne’s popular breakfast shops, Miss Donuts and Bagel.
Sheryl Crow started working on her fourth album, “C’Mon, C’Mon,” in April 2000 and completed the project earlier this year. Although she struggled to complete it, the album turned out to be a great accomplishment.
Every person makes a difference, but it takes someone with passion in his or her heart to make a change.
“Sorority Boys” is probably the worst movie of the year, if not the past few years. This movie is essentially a brainless autopilot sitcom rip-off.
Betty Wilson, the wife of former Trustee Emeritus Elvin K. Wilson, died Saturday of natural causes. She was 88.