As long as guns exist and are available to the public, they shall always remain a problem. Earlier this year, the gun shows at Fairplex were banned and that action outraged many gun collectors and supporters. This old topic was refreshed this past week with more violence.
Entering its two most recent games, things looked bad for the University of La Verne men’s soccer team.
I know this is a little late regarding the column titled “ASF neglects ULV traditions,” [Oct. 1, 1999] but it still doesn’t negate the outrage.
Come January Interterm, students will have the chance to journey to a country of their choice and enjoy the educational and social opportunities abroad.
Despite a school-wide ordinance restricting the painting of the Rock at the University of La Verne, members of the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) are looking to find alternatives to keep the ULV tradition alive.
Death is upon us, all around us and within. It is a reality that hovers over the sick, the young, the meek, the old and the innocent. It strikes without warning when someone’s time is naturally up, and it is acceptable and understood. However, today death is fantasized over, accelerated and used as a weapon […]
With players and fans dubbing Saturday night’s game as, “the real SCIAC championship,” it was clearly a heartfelt loss when the University of La Verne football team was defeated by Redlands University, 22-21, at Ted Runner Stadium.
Enough is enough. The boundaries enclosing the gift and value of conception have not only been crossed, but they have been altogether depleted.
For generations the campus bookstore has been the best and only way to purchase textbooks, but that has changed drastically this fall as a number of Web sites VarsityBooks.com, efollett.com, BigWords.com, ecampus.com and Textbooks.com, to name a few, have sprung to initiate an Internet book war and make buying college textbooks as easy as clicking […]
Students enrolled in the Distance Learning program at the University of La Verne have had the opportunity to participate in an exciting program of on-line classes to fulfill general education requirements.