If not for the simple sign in the window that reads “Teriyaki Bowl House” in large, red capital letters, someone could possibly miss this little treasure if they did not know what they were looking for.
The Rainbow Alliance will be kicking off it’s spring semester with an amusing event for the boyfriends at the University of La Verne called “Queer Eye for the Leopard Guy.”
The University has added a technology sleuth to its faculty, to provide faculty and students with instructional information that promotes academic success.
Are you one of those people who get annoyed by the “fans” that claim they like a band, but really only know that one hit single? Well, I am.
When the University of La Verne Athens campus closed abruptly this fall prior to the start of classes, the students there were given the option to come to ULV in California starting in the spring semester for a tuition price of only $8,850.
Your opinion counted if you were one of the participants in the recent annual client satisfaction survey given by the Office of Information and Technology.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc., with the help of University of La Verne’s Greek advisor Chip West, is on its way to being an established Greek-letter council with the establishment of two of its nine organizations: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
With roughly 30 majors and minors in the department, students and faculty of the music department plan to establish a chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, a national music fraternity, at the University of La Verne to promote music awareness and education.
Associated Student Federation Forum President Travis Berry announced his resignation mid-way into the academic year.
With Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play around the corner, the men’s basketball team continued their tune-up, pre-season schedule going 1-2 at the Lee Fulmer Memorial Tournament in Redlands.