A proposal to increase tuition by 11 percent has many students wondering what this will mean for them.
Dr. Leonard Levy, Mellon professor emeritus at the Claremont Graduate School and recipient of the Obeler Award for best book in Intellectual Freedom, 1986, will officially kickoff the University of La Verne’s 100-year celebration as featured speaker for the fall academic convocation today at 10:30 a.m. in Founders Hall Auditorium.
What’s new about the Associated Students Forum? A lot, according to Nancy Adams and Harold Braunstein, president and vice president, respectively, of ASF for 1990-91.
A weekend full of centennial activities begins at 10:30 a.m. today with Pulitzer prize winner Dr. Leonard Levy serving as guest speaker at the all-school convocation in Founders Hall Auditorium.
Rich Hernandez, University of La Verne women’s basketball coach, died Wednesday afternoon at his parents home in Ontario. Hernandez was battling a lengthy illness.
A new Macintosh SE/30 computer and laser writer, costing $6,600, purchased during the summer by the new president and vice president of the ASF Forum using surplus 1989-’90 ASF funds assigned to dances, speakers, clubs, et. al, was conducted without the knowledge or vote of the 1989-’90 ASF Forum.
Nearly 100 years ago it housed a lemon packing company. Last February it was extensively damaged – and became a media star – in the 5.5 Claremont earthquake.
According to newly elected ASF President Nancy Adams, students, clubs and other organizations will be playing a bigger role this fall when she begins her semester term.
The nation is experiencing a dilemma. College enrollment is on a downswing.
“Express Yourself” was the theme for the Spring ’90 Black Student Union Variety Show.