With lines that seem to extend for miles and countless confusing forms constantly stacking up, the stress of college registration time is all too familiar for University of La Verne students.
When Amy Smith was originally recruited to come to the University of La Verne as a track and field athlete, she never expected to be an all-star on the volleyball team as well.
Happiness – a word that is often taken as an understatement, but reality shows us that it is the key to success.
With the stresses of college life piling up on the shoulders of nearly every University of La Verne student, it is comforting to know that another outlet has become available to the intimate community of La Verne.
With an 11th place finish at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Regional Cross Country Meet in McIver Park in Estacada, Ore., the University of La Verne men’s cross country ended its season Saturday.
Sports results, schedule and trivia for the week of Nov. 21, 2003.
Searching for a parking space is always a hassle, a frustrating task many students and faculty members endure each day. Recently more and more students and professors have given up their cars for bicycles.
Cell phone users – at least those choosing the so-called smart phone variety – could be at risk of contracting the same kind of viri that can cripple computer users.
I am tired of this. Rosie O’Donnell, yes, that Rosie O’Donnell, the annoying one, has unveiled her most recent masterpiece: an $8 million lawsuit against publishers for the demise of her magazine, creatively titled Rosie.
Campus and community news for the week of Nov. 21, 2003.