Hidden talent will be displayed at the annual “Coffee House” talent show Friday, Nov. 20, at 9 p.m. in La Fetra Hall.
Six feet six inches tall, bare feet, shorts and guitar. Who else could it be other than Brian Lapp?
Over 200 students, faculty and staff members, alumni and friends swept through the University of La Verne campus like human vacuum cleaners and left ULV virtually spotless on Build La Verne Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11.
It was a night for celebrations. The women’s volleyball team had just defeated Occidental College to assure it of at least a tie for the conference title, and the jubilant players, fans, and coach departed from the Supertents feeling satisfied and victorious.
Ever have a half hour to kill and nothing to do? The Student Center offers a number of methods to cure the most chronic forms of student boredom.
Normally when a basketball team improves its record in one season from 4-22 to 13-13 and loses only one starter for the next season, the coach would be tempted to almost claim a championship.
Only with setbacks do we fully discover the real meaning of life, some have said. If there is truth to that statement, then John Phillips would seem to have mastered life by now.
At its March 1 meeting, the Board of Trustees decided that the Law School should abandon its quest for American Bar Association (ABA) approval.
Heckfire, ah don’t know whut they find so entertainin’ ’bout them nightly roundups. Everybody’s makin’ like it were some real big hoedown or sumpin’. Now they definitely a wasn’t holdin’ no 4-H milkin’ contest, but some kinda contest was goin’ on.
During the. summer, the University of La Verne College of Law had hoped to achieve provisional accreditation for this fall. However, the American Bar Association (ABA) felt that several problem areas of the school needed to be worked out before accreditation could be given.