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Effects of Athens closure still felt

Although it has been more than one year since the University of La Verne closed the Athens campus, the University continues to endure negative criticism as well as seven lawsuits currently pending in Greece.

Patriot Act threatens rights of ULV students

Libraries and universities are among the institutions feeling an increased sense of uneasiness since the enactment of the USA Patriot Act in October 2001.

Proposal looks to increase salaries

After months of discussion, Phil Hawkey, University of La Verne vice president, has proposed a program that would grant salary increases to faculty and staff, but could take away some key benefits.

AAUP advises faculty

Marcus Harvey, American Association of University Professors West Coast labor negotiator, met with University of La Verne faculty members recently to offer advice on effective negotiating strategies that the faculty hope will lead to salary increases.

ABA pursuit raises concern

Concerns over further spending on the University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario sparked heated debate in a university-wide forum last month.

In the News

Campus and community news for the week of Feb. 22, 2002.

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