Araceli Esparza’s article concerning the dismissal of part-time Spanish professor Paul Zarna reminded me of the Gulf War protestations of the press that General Schwarzkopf would not answer every question.
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Following the dismissal of part-time Spanish professor Paul Zarna early Tuesday afternoon, about eight students from his class gathered in protest to appeal the decision to Dr. Gerard Lavatori, chair of the Foreign Languages Department.
The University of La Verne campus in Athens, Greece, has restructured its existing programs into two new “schools;” — the School of Business and Global Studies and the School of Arts and Sciences.
This morning, I read the column, “Accept rejection, get over it” [Oct. 2] in today’s Campus Times. I was impressed that you decided to write about that!
I just wanted to compliment Shiva Rahimi on her insightful opinion piece [“Mission provides invaluable education,” Sept. 25] in the Campus Times regarding the Mission Statement.
Few students who attend the University of La Verne are aware of the most important contract they have signed with the University.
Unknown to many University of La Verne students is a group of administrators who play a vital role in the management of the institution during their weekly meetings.