I just wanted to write and say I think the article you did on Laura was outstanding!!
With the University of La Verne’s cross country team going into the Bronco Pre National Invitational only expecting to gain some practice on Saturday, runners, fans and Leopards coach Pat Widolff were content to leave with much more.
Amongst the intolerable levels of white noise being blasted through speakers that lack the wattage to compensate for the Student Center’s poor acoustics, KULV broadcasts its signal to a diversified student body.
Campus and community news for the week of Oct. 6, 2000.
A small intimate gathering of faculty and staff honored Elena Cardeña and celebrated her accomplishments as Catholic campus minister of the University of La Verne.
Whenever we think about domestic abuse, the first thing that comes to mind is that we see an image of a man beating his wife or girlfriend. Not to mention the fact that it is this kind of abuse that always winds up in the newspapers. But what about when the aggressor happens to be […]
A new trend has begun in the world, where parents’ rights are being superceded in favor of a courtroom decision that is said to be in the best interest of dependent children.
ASF Forum meeting summary for the week of Oct. 6, 2000.
In a classroom, swastikas and anti-Semitic messages are sprawled on walls and Jewish textbooks. Shattered glass from windows flood the floor while tables and chairs are overturned. A community disturbed by the incident pleads, “Not again.”
Since its invention in 1932 the television has sparked emotions of love, hate and anger through its powerful shows, series and specials. One of the emotions most commonly sought after through the television medium is that of fear.