The University of La Verne Music Department presented a student recital Thursday May 3 in the Chapel, with five fascinating performances. The program had a mixture of opera and piano music.
The highly anticipated Associated Students Federation’s (ASF) Benefit Show took place last Saturday in the Second Street parking lot at the University of La Verne.
If any of you reading this actually think that there is complete freedom of expression/speech on this campus, you are sadly mistaken.
I’m writing in response to the article entitled, “SAE claims ASF was unfair in formal allocations,” written on May 4, 2001.
As the school year soon comes to an end, students from the Red Roof Inn are now finally able to feel at home in the new Oaks F building.
Graduating in three years from the University of La Verne, senior Dan Ross received an academic achievement award last Tuesday night in Founders Auditorium.
Considering that the University of La Verne is an institution of higher learning and has its own functioning student government, there should be no question in regard to it running a proper student election.
After the scandal that happened this year when the No. 1 ranked men’s volleyball team was denied an at-large berth at the Division III championships, steps are being taken to amend the selection process.
A 21-vote margin was all that separated the two candidates running in the second Associated Student Federation presidential election, and was all that was needed for Mario Guerrero to recapture the (ASF) presidency over Anthony Granillo.
While most students spent their spring break having fun in the sun and partying, several students went to New York for the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference. Eight students, along with John Jang, professor of government and global studies, spent nearly six days representing their MUN country, Samoa.