This football season, would you root for a team named the Boston Darkies, with a smiling Sambo.mascot jumping around on the sidelines? Or, how about the Houston Beaners, whose uniforms feature a logo with a man sleeping under a sombrero?
“We are extra eyes,” is the way Vince Caballero, a senior, describes his duties as a security officer at the University of La Verne. “We protect the staff, faculty and students, and ULV property.”
Tara Phelps, freshman, collects $25 from Blizzard of Bucks game show host Richard Ames.
Three candidates are currently under consideration for the post of vice president of university relations at ULV. Nancy V. Loshkajian, John G. “Tom” Tomlinson and Clayton N. Pheasant are in the running to replace Dr. Biff Green, who left La Verne in April to become president of Friends University in Kansas. The Search Committee hopes […]
For approximately three years, the University of La Verne has been discussing the idea of a lounge for commuters. A list of goals were set up that needed to be reached in order for the Commuter Lounge to become reality. Now these goals have been brought together through an outline prepared by Ruby Cordova, assistant […]
ULV senior Kari Ann Patterson, the reigning Miss Tri-County, gained statewide recognition when she entered the Miss California USA and walked off the stage as second runner-up in a field of 79 women.
Once again, California Governor Pete Wilson has let the supposed interests of the business community blind him to the importance of basic civil rights.
Last week, President Bush vetoed a bill that would extend unemployment benefits an extra 20 weeks for those two million Americans whose benefits have expired.
Since August, downtown Seattle’s business district has been adorned with a series of stark banners, black on one side and white on the other. The 79 banners ask a series of questions about wealth and poverty, privilege and denial.
The issue of sexual harassment has emerged from the shadows and has become a hot topic of discussion in offices, classrooms and on the streets. The Clarence Thomas/ Anita Hill hearings have served as what one might call a national “teach-in” on sexual harassment. According to Oris Barber, director of human resources, this is also […]