Campus and community arts events for the week of Sept. 21, 2001.
Fall semester is underway, but the Division of Student Affairs has yet to hire a coordinator of campus activities and commuter programs.
I’m not sure what state of mind I’m supposed to be in. I don’t know how I’m supposed to feel right now. On the one hand, I still cry when I watch the news, and I sit at home and tremble at the thought of war.
His warm smile and easygoing demeanor seem almost to contradict the grim, though important, research to which he’s devoted so many years.
There is no question that the events that transpired on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, were a tremendous tragedy. I grieve for the victims and their families and hope that they may find some measure of comfort in the tremendous outpouring of sympathy the world has shown.
Men’s soccer opened up its season play with a strong win against Biola, 3-1, but fell to UC Santa Cruz, 2-0, in their final pre-season match.
Michael Keck returned to the intimate Cabaret Theatre at the University of La Verne this week to work with new material and music as he prepared an updated version of “Voices in the Rain – The Struggle for Survival and Hope” which he will perform in October at the Merle Reskin Theatre in Chicago.
Campus and community news for the week of Sept. 14, 2001.
Together they march in step, clothed entirely in black, carrying with them the weapons of a modern war. Family crests portraying terrifying images of pain and suffering identify the army, while hand-tempered swords are laid down and replaced with pen and ink.
Themed “Kinder. Simpler. Funner,” the Los Angeles County Fair is town again until Sept. 23. Despite closing Tuesday because of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C., the fair reopened as scheduled.