Several school districts from all over California come once a year to the University of La Verne to interview students interested in a teaching career. This year, the school district interviewing process will be held tomorrow.
Students at the University of La Verne had the opportunity on Tuesday afternoon to gather information and expose themselves to more than 80 employers who attended this year’s annual Career Fair at Sneaky Park.
Ever since I was young, the writing bug bit me and I have been writing from that moment on. But the truth is that sometimes it is not always easy. I have been coming down occasionally with the worst disease that anyone who loves to write comes down with: I am a victim of writer’s […]
Richard McDowell stepped into new shoes as provost, vice president of academic affairs and professor of political science on Thursday, March 1 at the University of La Verne.
Regarding the editorial “Free expression granted for all” [March 9], I strongly oppose the ideal of free expression at whatever cost. Too many people use the arguments of free expression as a means to force their forms of expression on others.
According to a statistic cited by the Inland Valley Humane Society (IVHS), in Pomona, there are seven animals for every one person in the United States.
Campus and community news for the week of March 16, 2001.
Violence, inequality and human freedom were the topics discussed by Indiana University Professor Of Sociology and Criminology, Peter Iadicola on March 8 in La Fetra Auditorium.
Present and future Greeks should hope to find much improvement in their organizations after the formation of a new Greek Review Board.
The University of La Verne Men’s golf team traveled to Thousand Oaks on Monday to play 36 holes at the Sunset Hills Country Club for the 10th Annual Kingsmen Invitational.