The postponement of the Benefit Punk Show, scheduled for March 2, caused disappointment for its organizers as well as students.
ASF Forum meeting update for the week of March 16, 2001.
Attaining the status of celebrity for individuals is a goal that many strive to achieve. The idea of being famous is prevalent and drives people to procure it through any means necessary.
The University of La Verne’s women’s softball team made a statement Wednesday beating Chapman and Puget Sound University.
Bullying has always been around. Someone from the “in” crowd finds someone to depict and label as a loser, and they are simply fair game from that point.
This past weekend I allowed myself to be consumed by the Nick at Nite 80’s marathon where they were showing some of my favorite TV shows of yesteryear.
This week the women’s water polo team experienced both ends of the performance spectrum as it started playing below expectation but ended having all aspects of their game on as they prepare for the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC).
The Argentinean social activist, writer and mother, Alicia Kozameh visited the University of La Verne to speak about her experiences as a political prisoner during one of Argentina’s dictatorships in 1975.
Striving to gain a berth in the Molten Division III National Championships in April, La Verne upset every team that came to play in the ASICS tournament last weekend, including No. 1 ranked New York University, to improve their overall record to 7-10 and move into the No. 1 slot in Division III.
Many students at the University of La Verne deal with friends, classes and professors. But for some, their professors may be either their mother, father or even someone who simply works in one of the offices on campus.