Often I have felt that there is no hope at the end of the tunnel. The light is not shining — I am blind. I see no solution, no hope, no laughter. I have wanted to give up and end this maze, this mess, this pain of college.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 14, 1999.
“For what is a man, what has he got, if not himself, then he has not.” The anthem of the late Frank Sinatra is perhaps a piece of lyrical prose that describes one’s need to remain true to thine own self.
Clothes Click, a new store on Third Street offers a variety of clothing for all ages. The store opened its doors on May 2, adding another business to the downtown La Verne area.
The Board of Trustees at the University of La Verne approved a budget of $60,625,546 for the 1999-2000 fiscal school year on Saturday.
A total of 77 people were awarded Wednesday morning for their services and commitment to the University of La Verne in 12 different categories.
Elections for next year’s Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum will be held Monday and Tuesday. The Campus Times interviewed the declared candidates — juniors Amy Attiyah and Justin Jones-Rodriguez — to ask the following questions.
The University of La Verne’s Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum met in the West Dining Room on Wednesday, May 12, at 8:45 a.m. Forum members reviewed the election process and voted on the advisory vote to approve the resolution to abolish the painting of the Rock.
Testing both their physical and mental limits, University of La Verne seniors Matt Durant and Ryan Burchfield have begun new hobbies, running triathlons and marathons, respectively.
As finals and end-of-semester challenges approach, stress begins to overwhelm the average student. Eating and sleeping habits change in response to the overload.