Seniors ShaMira DeJurnett and Geoffrey Gillison were named queen and king in the traditional Homecoming coronation at Ortmayer Stadium last Saturday.
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The stage was set Monday night for a Tropical Paradise. Tiki torches lined the walkway to Founders Hall and soft Hawaiian music set the tone for the first of the annual Homecoming events: Illumination.
The University of La Verne Peace Fair Tuesday culminated with a concert to raise money for Lambs for Afghanistan, a program which purchases lambs for Afghan refugees.
Eight University of La Verne students, accompanied by Richard Gelm, chairman of the political science department, traveled to New York during spring break to attend the five-day national Model United Nations conference.
A young and vibrant new yearbook staff at the University of La Verne is currently putting together great ideas that will make up the 2001-2002 Lambda yearbook.
Tents were pitched and a picture of a dove hung in the Quad as part of Tent City, a multi-faceted event organized by the Peace Studies Department, the Model United Nations, and other students and faculty.
The University of La Verne hosted its annual Homecoming Week events Oct. 22-27, and events included “Illumination” Monte Carlo Night, Cosmic Bowling, “Singled Out” and Karaoke Night, a Barbecue with KROQ and a Student Faire and Coronation. All events were sponsored by the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum.
Princes and princesses for the University of La Verne’s Homecoming Court 2001 were formerly announced Monday at the annual “Illumination” ceremony on the steps of Founders Hall.
As someone who could only be described as a marginal sports person, the attitude and assumptions of those who take sports seriously often amaze me.
Regarding Mr. Galaraga’s column “Accident is an indicator of irresponsibility” [May 11], I find the use of the word “irresponsibility” ironic.