Is it just me, or does it seem like campus involvement is declining? When I first came to the University, I would always see people at events.
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My remote control Jeep rocked, but unfortunately it rocked almost completely alone.
It seems that things are starting to improve on campus. No, no. Founders Hall is not getting the refurbishing that it so desperately needs and deserves as of right now. And no, plans to improve the parking situation are not being thrown into the mix quite yet.
As I turn to look around, it seems difficult to recognize the same University of LaVerne campus thanks to the changes that this semester has brought.
Homecoming: One look at the word tells us that it is simply when someone or something comes home. This is the obvious definition. But, to colleges and universities, the word carries a deeper meaning.
In the recent elections for Associated Student Federation Forum officers, sophomore Travis Berry ran uncontested for the office of president.
The Faculty Salary Committee is deeply concerned by the latest developments regarding faculty salaries.
Another annual spring event at the University of La Verne has come and gone with inappropriately little campuswide attention. No, it is not the take-off-your-clothes and head to Cancun spring break, nor the men’s volleyball team’s trip to finals in Pennsylvania.
Last semester, a bright young scholar decided to write a column about the apathy that exists on this campus. This fine young man was able to articulate his feelings into a newspaper that in all reality probably did not even hit more than a few of his fellow students’ eyes.
The apathetic nature of students on this campus is ridiculous. How is it that a university that prides itself on having a sense of community and coming together, can’t even get more than 50 people to go to its events?