Remember the technotopian promises of the late 1990s? Technologists promised an end to the office, as 21st century telecommunications would enable everyone to work from home.
Carlos “Ernie” Granillo, a dedicated 10-year University of La Verne employee, died Saturday night. He was 53.
After canceling classes and activities last week in response to an alleged hate crime, the Claremont Colleges welcomed attorney and activist Connie Rice for a discussion of racial division.
Don Flora, women’s volleyball head coach, announced this week that he has taken an assistant coaching position at the University of Washington.
People from across the country joined the University of La Verne, the La Verne Church of the Brethren and On Earth Peace, a national peace organization, for the third annual Organization for Peace Conference last weekend.
After I attended the Graduation Fair last weekend all of the anxiety that already existed within me about graduating raised to a much higher level.
The trio Nicolas 3 captivated an audience with harmonious sounds during its Friday night performance in Founders Auditorium.
Campus news for the week of March 19, 2004.
With the score tied at 28 in game three, Elliot Naito put away a kill that sent the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team to game point. Cardinal Stritch University pushed ULV to a 30-30 tie before the Leopards could put away two straight points to wrap up the game and take the match, […]
Calling attention to the injustices felt by middle and low-income laborers in the work force will bring equal opportunity and a stable economy.