The Interfraternity Council mandatory opening session called all unaffiliated men at the University of La Verne interested in brotherhood to an informational meet and greet Sept. 25, kicking off a week of both formal and informal fall rush events.
Recently several models were banned from the runway in Madrid for being too thin, leaving many designers outraged while nutritionists rejoiced.
Circumstance has changed the University community. No longer are highly spirited students filling the seats of the classrooms. Events that are geared to attract the entire student body are dwindling if not disappearing all together, only to be replaced by activities geared toward a select group.
Toastmasters are not people who sell toasters. They are individuals striving to perfect their speech and communication skills while building leadership.
Campus and community news for the week of Oct. 6, 2006.
I am the typical Latina, Chicana, Pocha, Mexican-American, or whatever it is you want to call me.
As a child I remember people asking me what I wanted to be when I grew up.
Amid the wafting barbecue scents, endless food stands, giant stuffed-animal prizes and shopping expos, the Los Angeles County Fair dedicated an entire day to the city of La Verne on Sept. 27.
University of La Verne students relieved stress by singing along to some of their favorite tunes Sept. 27.
The University of La Verne College of Law has continued to raise the bar in legal studies, presenting an academic program highlighting computer game regulations and the first ever casebook in the country covering the issue.