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Calendar challenge defeated

On Monday the Faculty Senate, by a vote of 6-8, shot down the College of Arts and Sciences request to postpone implementation of the new academic calendar.

Semesters extended one week

Starting in the 2009-2010 academic year, many University of La Verne students will go to school for two additional weeks, with fall classes starting one week earlier and spring classes ending one week later than they did under the previous traditional semester schedule.

Academic calendar faces changes

In order to better assist La Verne’s students and faculty, Provost Alden Reimonenq has laid out three different proposals to change and improve the academic calendars.

Provost names 4 VPs

Saying it was in order to better assist the faculty, staff and students, Alden J. Reimonenq, ULV's provost and vice president for academic affairs, has reorganized the structure of the academic affairs department, naming four new vice presidents to support him in his role as provost.

Snow’s legacy of activism lives on

Jan Snow, former assistant dean of the School of Continuing Education, died on Sept. 28 of stomach cancer while in Vancouver, Wash.

Panel recommends controversial cost cutters

Assessment and possible elimination of some of the school’s smaller majors, and guaranteed admission for legacy students are among the more than 15 recommendations made recently by a University committee charged with “finding” $8 million in the school's nearly maxed-out budget.

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