Smiling faces were everywhere at a reception Sept. 12 held in the Harris Art Gallery.
Students worked hard, and played even harder this summer break between Mexico and Hawaii, no one went without a party.
The game may sound fishy, but there was nothing fishy about it as students of the University of La Verne participated in a game of Sardines on Sept. 11.
With fall fashion already in stores, University of La Verne students spoke about the warm and cozy fall trends that are steadily approaching Southern California.
A farewell reception was held Sept. 13 in Woody Hall for Eric Bishop, dean of academic support and retention-matriculation.
One of the most valuable privileges United States citizens have is the ability to live their lives with a certain amount of privacy and freedom.
Southern California is no stranger to wacky weather, but citizens can be sure to expect temperatures in the triple digits during those closing weeks of summer.
Most students from the University of La Verne are not getting enough sleep. With the demands of classes, extra curricular activities and the train that goes by the dorms in the middle of the night, most feel that they do not have enough time or peace and quiet to sleep.
This semester, the Campus Times will be featuring a series we named “Your Health.” This idea came about as a result of a variety of current issues that have come up and have been featured in the news, including the HPV vaccine, eating and sleep disorders and obesity.
The University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario began a collaboration in spring 2007 with the Los Angeles-based Disability Rights Legal Center to provide free service to the Inland Empire.